- Excitement built as the #CCSSdata Twitter Town Hall approached! Tweets and the sharing of tools ensued!
- — Melanie Olmstead (@MMOlmstead15)Wed, Sep 23 2015 19:33:51
- The conversation began with a discussion of sample reports. Tools were shared.
- — Julie Newport (@educomms)Fri, Sep 25 2015 00:12:53
- Participants provided great input into what score report information is most useful.
- — Chrystal Jones (@ChrystalAJones)Fri, Sep 25 2015 00:16:50New test scores to old test scores - apples to oranges. Parents need good information to help interpret results #ccssdata
- — Lee Ann Kendrick (@LeeAnnjk)Fri, Sep 25 2015 00:16:52A2: Parents are concerned that the reports are not being provided in a timely manner, in time to affect classroom instruction. #CCSSdata
- — Bob Farrace (@BobFarrace)Fri, Sep 25 2015 00:18:43We seem to be moving in a direction of realizing that a data points really means nothing w/o the context of other data #CCSSdata
- — Lee Ann Kendrick (@LeeAnnjk)Fri, Sep 25 2015 00:19:54#CCSSdata The scores must be more than a number - parents want meaningful reports that influence instruction, provide guidance.
- — Chrystal Jones (@ChrystalAJones)Fri, Sep 25 2015 00:22:57
- — Lee Ann Kendrick (@LeeAnnjk)Fri, Sep 25 2015 00:26:07
LFA #CCSSdata Twitter Town Hall
A conversation summary of #CCSSdata: Using Common Core Data to HelpStudents and Teachers Grow.