Using STAR Assessments to Implement the Colorado READ

Using STAR Assessments to Implement the Colorado READ

Using STAR Assessments to Implement the Colorado READ Mission Our primary purpose is to accelerate learning for all children and adults of all ability levels and ethnic and social backgrounds, worldwide.

2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 2 Agenda Using STAR Assessments to Implement the Colorado READ Act Norming and benchmarks STAR Reading re-norming2014

STAR Early Literacy norming2014 STAR Reading and STAR Early Literacy scale equivalency STAR Early Literacy Diagnostic Report Skills profilecase study (fall, winter, spring) Understanding skill set scores 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

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4 STAR Early Learning 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 5

STAR Reading Renorming 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 6 Standards and expectations for student nationwide have increased

2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 7 Will the new norms for STAR Reading change how students are classified on the Screening Report? 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 8

Its possible. You may see more students identified for intervention and urgent intervention,

even when using the default benchmarks. 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 9 Heres an example.

0 SS 1400 SS 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 10 Fall Grade 2

n Urgent Intervention n Intervention n On Watch n Benchmark 110 2008

126 2014 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 11 STAR Reading Benchmarks 1

2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 12 STAR Early Literacy Norming 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

13 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 14 STAR Early Literacy Transition Benchmarks

m m 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 15 Why do STAR Early Literacy percentile ranks

increase with every grade? Increasingly struggling readers 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 16

Increasingly Struggling Readers 2K 3 1 Struggling Readers 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

17 Why do STAR Early Literacy percentile ranks increase with every grade? Increasingly struggling readers Smaller group of

students to compare to 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 18 Smaller Comparison Group

Does this accurately depict Bobbys skills? 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 19 61 PR

2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 20 Why do STAR Early Literacy percentile ranks increase with every grade? 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

21 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 22 The percentile ranks associated with The percentile ranks associated with the benchmarks jump

increase from the spring ofincrease one year to the fall of the the next. the benchmarks from spring of one year to the fall of the next.

2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 23 Change Benchmarks in the Software 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

24 STAR Early Literacy Diagnostic Report 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

25 How do you make meaning of the scaled score? 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 26 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

27 First GradeFall 495 SS 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

28 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 29 First GradeFall Below 40

Frustration 40 55Intervention 56 75Instruction Above 75Mastery 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 30

First Grade Winter Fall 606 SS 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

31 Fall Winter 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 32

First Grade Winter Below 40Frustration 40 55 Intervention 56 75Instruction Above 75Mastery

2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 33 First Grade Spring Fall

Winter 714 SS 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 34 First Grade

Spring Below 40 Frustration 40 55 Intervention 56 75Instruction Above 75Mastery

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Winte r 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 37 Sprin

g 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 38 Completing the READ Plan 2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved.

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2014 Renaissance Learning. All rights reserved. 40 Contact Renaissance Learning to Convert Scores Spring 2015

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