Part A : 300 words – Identify and discuss the stakeholders involved in high stakes testing. What does data-driven decision making mean in your current or future context?
Part B: Norm Referenced Data Table
The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate knowledge of basic statistical calculations and how to interpret student data for student improvement. Use the Class Data Table example along with scoring to assist you.
Create a table that shows results for a class of 10 students, use pretend scores for each student.
Calculate mean, standard deviation, percentile rank, and Z scores for a class set of data.
Write a score report for one student in the class. The report should indicate percentile rank and Z score for each objective assessed throughout the unit as well as for the unit as a whole. Strengths and areas of improvement need to be identified along with resources that may help the student improve.
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