Our district is new to MAP---We set up our testing by homerooms, but I need all my math and reading teachers to be able to see the reports. What role do I assign them that does that?
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We, likewise, group our kids by homeroom for testing, using the homeroom code as the "class," with the homeroom teacher as the "instructor." Then, we also add the math teacher as an instructor, but using the class code of the math class each student is in, rather than the homeroom code, as the "class."
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We load the entire school schedule. This allows us to test by any class in the school easily, depending on the schedule used. It also allows for every teacher to have access to reading and math reports (we don't use language usage anymore). This way, for example, our junior high science teachers can pull data on their current classes and use it to inform their practice. I'll give you a specific example. At the beginning of the year, we find it's useful for teachers to look at the quadrant report for their classes. It plots the growth students made the previous year. At the beginning of the year, that report is no reflection on the current teacher, but it provides a great window into what they're working with in each class, and shows different class compositions easily. Science and social studies benefit from knowing whether a class has made expected growth in vocabulary or not. While I'm at it, I'll give a plug for that report because it also allows you to look at subgroups of your students, which can be helpful.
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