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STAAR Information and Data June 2012

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What we know about STAAR today Rigor and STAAR What Raw Scores can Tell Us How get the graphs

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What Do We Know About STAAR?

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What Do We Know About STAAR?

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What we know about STAAR Today TEA says “Fewer, Deeper, More Rigorous” What does that look like?

TAKS

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TEKS Grade 5 (12) Probability and statistics. The student uses measures of central tendency and variability to describe a set of data. The student is expected to: (B) choose among mean, median, mode, or range to describe a set of data and justify the choice for a particular situation.

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TAKS Level 1 Laura looked at several different flower arrangements before purchasing one. The arrangements varied in price from $15.62 to 37.50. Which measure of data can be used to describe the variation in price of the different arrangements?

F. Mean H. Range

G. Mode J. Median 2009 69%

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Level 2 Laura looked at several different flower arrangements before purchasing one. The arrangements varied in price $16.00, $19.00, $22.00, $25.00 and 28.00. Which measure(s) of data would be affected the most if the price of the $22.00 arrangement was raised to $24? F. The range would be affected the most and raised by $2. G. The median and the mean would both change by $2

H. The median will increase $2 I. The mean will increase by $2. (2012) by Region 7 Education Service Center. This document may be reproduced for educational use only.

Level 3 Which statement below is true? A. The mean, median and mode of a set of data can never be all the same value. B. The mean and median of a set of odd numbers of data are always the same value because they both are the middle of the data set. C. The mean and the mode can never be the same value for any data sets.

D. Outliers always have more effect on the mean than the median or mode. (2012) by Region 7 Education Service Center. This document may be reproduced for educational use only.

In the Classroom

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What we know about STAAR Today TEA says “Fewer, Deeper, More Rigorous” What does that look like?

TAKS

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Organizing the Data 3rd Grade Math 46 problems Put in groups of 4

Number of students correctly answering

46-43 42 – 39

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Organizing the Data Math 3rd 46-43 42-39 38-35 34-31 30-27 26-23 22-19 18-15 14-11 below 11 (2012) by Region 7 Education Service Center. This document may be reproduced for educational use only.

Even Raw Scores Talk 3rd Grade Group 1 Math 40 35 30

28 25

25

22

20 15

15

14 11

11

10 5 0

5

3 0

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Even Raw Scores Talk 3rd Grade Group 2 Math Data 40 35

30 25 20 15 8

10 5 0

0

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8

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3

0

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Even Raw Scores Talk 7th Group 1Reading Scores 50

70%

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35

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30 25

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50 - 46 45 - 41 40 - 36 35 - 31 30 - 26 25 - 21 20 - 16 15 - 11 Below 10 (2012) by Region 7 Education Service Center. This document may be reproduced for educational use only.

Even Raw Scores Talk 7th Group 1 Math Scores 70

64

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50%

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24

20 10

12 4

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54 - 50 49 - 45 44 - 40 39 - 35 34 - 30 29 - 25 24 - 20 19 - 15 14 - 10 Below 10 (2012) by Region 7 Education Service Center. This document may be reproduced for educational use only.

Compare – What Does It Mean? 7th Group 1 Reading 50 40 30 20 10 0

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28 20

20 12

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7th Group 1 Math 70 50 30 10 -10

4

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24 16 20

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Algebra I

Group 1 Algebra I Scores 25 20

6%

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14 11

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Group 2 Algebra I Scores 30

#1 Implication

Differentiation

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data

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Directions for Data Questions???? Jane Silvey Associate Director Center for Curriculum Services [email protected] 903-988-6796

Liz Scott Coordinator Math/Science [email protected] 903-988- 6768

Lisa Mullins [email protected] Coordinator ELA/SS 903-988-6801

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