InterContinental Hotel - Abu Dhabi
Maximizing Information from MAP Reports
MAP Assessments provide useful information for teachers. They also provide an ever-expanding array of informative data that can be manipulated to provide insights into critical questions for administrators.
Take advantage of the opportunities within MAP data to raise questions, probe ideas, and consider applications within your curriculum and programs. Most recently, we used data on standard deviation to inform our discussions around highly able students.
Participants should bring their MAP questions and their MAP data (most recent fall and spring) to start finding answers and generating important questions. This will be a practical workshop where participants will work with their own data.
Please bring your laptop to the workshop.
Target Audience: Curriculum Professionals and Administrators
Continuum Levels: 2, 3, 4 = Deepening Understanding (theory-based learning, investigating models, identifying experts) | Initiating Implementation (setting structures, developing skills, piloting practice, scaffolding support) | Extending Implementation (reflecting, evaluating, modifying practice, improving skills).
NESA's Learning Continuum:
Save paper and effort where possible!
For your convenience, and to support our efforts in being "green", all handouts/files posted here have been notated with an A, B, C or D indicating the following:
(A) hardcopies needed at workshop
(B) electronic version on laptop is sufficient (for viewing during the workshop)
(C) required reading PRIOR to the workshop
(D) file not needed for workshop itself, but simply material of additional interest/reference