We carried out the process as explained in previous posts. Sitting test by going through IKAN twice, on own chromebook and earphones and then our discussion around our new set of results.
Points of difference:
1. Entering data together:
This time I had the data on the big screen with the group. I added this months results next to data collected earlier in year in front of the whole group. Each student shared which stage they were at for the various categories:
a. Number sequence and order
c. Place Value
d. Basic Facts
Green - shift made, orange - same stage, red - back a stage, yellow shifted more than one stage. Student by student they needed to look at previous data and tell me if it was 'Green, orange, red or yellow'. All this from the big screen as shown in image above. This meant the students looked closely at the data making comparisons for themselves - some looks of happiness and disappointment. In reflection all students agreed that it was good useful information to help them.
The adding of colour helped students see more clearly how to track our data as learners and the teacher.
3. Setting the next steps for self:
From this data analysis students posted on a doc - as shown below of what their problem areas were and how they planned to tackle the learning needed. You can see some understand the purpose of this workbook others - well I'll need to coach them. They were directed to say 'How' they were going specifically try to improve OR whether they needed help from me. They attempted this exercise with the answer sheet in hand to see if they could comprehend further their path of error.
We plan to share our own reflective posts soon. Watch this space!