Evidence of Growth

FfT Connection: Components 1f, 3d, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, 4e, 4f
Data Wise Connection: Steps 7 & 8
How do you plan to monitor student growth between the baseline data and the post-assessment?
Identify 2-3 measureable data sets, the frequency of administration, methods for analyzing,
how this will inform instruction, and how students are engaged in the decision making process.
The following information should be included:
• Name of assessment(s) (Examples include teacher made assessments, unit assessments, student projects, etc.)
• Frequency (How often will you assess the progress of your students towards your Academic Goal)
• Method of analyzing (For example, I will review the bi-weekly formative assessments to analyze the progress on student learning and make adjustments in my teaching as I reflect collaboratively with my colleagues.)
• Sources of information that will inform your instruction (formative/summative assessment results)
• How students will be engaged in the decision making process (Examples include, but are not limited to: student surveys, self-directed learning, student class evaluations, encouraging student voice in learning, self progress learning, peer evaluations of classroom performance)