Analysis of Student Learning Post-Test Data: Whole Class (remove example and fill in your data as number of students) LG Pre-Test LG Post-Test Exceeds 92-100% 1 6 Meets 80-91%
2 5 Approaches 60-79% 8 6 Falls Far Below 59% and Below 10 4 Post-Test Analysis: Whole Class Based on the whole class post-test data, write a one paragraph interpretation of the students’ learning: Based on the whole class post-test data, write one paragraph
analyzing the effectiveness of your instruction and your assessment: Post-Test Data: Subgroup Selection Analyze the common characteristics of the students. Based on those characteristics, select one subgroup to analyze. List the subgroup. Brief rationale for
your selection (one to three sentences) - Post-Test Data: Subgroup (remove example and fill in your data as number of students) LG Pre-Test LG Post-Test Exceeds 92-100% 0 1 Meets 80-91% 1 3 Approaches 60-79% 2 2 Falls Far Below 59% and Below 4 1 Post-Test Data: Remainder of Class (remove example and fill in your data) LG Pre-Test LG Post-Test Exceeds 92-100% 1 3 Meets 80-91% 3 5 Approaches 60-79% 6 4 Falls Far Below 59% and Below 4 2 Post-Test Analysis: Subgroup and Remainder of Class Analyze the data of the subgroup as compared to the remainder of the class. In one paragraph, describe the finding of your analysis with respect to the effectiveness of your instruction. Post-Test Data: Single Student (remove example and fill in your data as total score) LG Pre-Test  Post-Test 88 Post-Test Analysis: Single Student Based on the single student data, write a one paragraph interpretation of the student’s learning: Based on the single student data, write one paragraph analyzing the effectiveness of your instruction and your assessment: Overall Analysis Whole Class Subgroup Remainder of Class Single Student Percentage Exceeding LG after Post-Assessment Percentage Meeting LG after Post-Assessment Percentage Approaching LG after Post-Assessment Percentage Falling Far Below LG after Post-Assessment Percentage Showing no Change/ Regression from Pre-Post Assessment Summary Paragraphs of Overall Analysis ( one paragraph per prompt) Considering the students who met or exceeded the scoring criteria for the LG, identify the most successful learning activity/activities and provide a rationale by explaining plausible reasons for the success. Considering the students who approached or fell far below the scoring criteria for the LG, identify the least successful learning activity/activities and provide a rationale by explaining plausible reasons for the failure. Identify the group (whole class, subgroup, remainder of class) with the most overall success on the LG and provide a rationale by explaining plausible reasons for the success. Identify the group (whole class, subgroup, remainder of class) with the least overall success on the LG and provide a rationale by explaining plausible reasons for the failure.

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