Today's session

Today's session

CEM (NZ) Centre for Evaluation & Monitoring College of Education Student Attitude, Engagement and Achievement Dr John Boereboom Director Centre for Evaluation & Monitoring (CEM) University of Canterbury Christchurch

[email protected] The Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring Established in 1999 based at Canterbury University Value added assessments to monitor student achievement and progress Entrance Tests in mathematics, English and Reasoning Skills. Student attitude and engagement surveys Involves 350 NZ schools and 70 000 annually

Todays session Using data to improve teaching and learning What is student engagement? Why use student and teacher attitude and engagement survey?

What the research says Value added assessment SATIS, SAES What would it take to optimise achievement for every student, at every year level and in every subject area? The research is unequivocal Engagement! It is important for schools to focus on academic, pastoral and

extracurricular offerings to encourage student engagement and optimise achievement. Pascarella & Terenzini. (2005). How college affects students: A third decade of research What is Student Engagement? Students are engaged when they are involved in their work, persist despite challenges and obstacles, and take visible delight in accomplishing their work. (Schlechty, P. (1994). "Increasing Student Engagement." Missouri Leadership Academy. p. 5.)

Leadership Academy. p. 5.) Student engagement is a "student's willingness, need, desire and compulsion to participate, and be successful in, the learning process promoting higher level thinking for enduring understanding. (Bomia, L., Beluzo, L., Demeester, D., Elander, K., Johnson, M., & Sheldon, B. (1997). "The impact of teaching strategies on intrinsic motivation." Champaign, IL: ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education. p. 294.) Levels of Student Engagement Evidence based decision making Measure student

achievement and engagement Analyse to optimise Measuring value added achievement Baseline data At the subject level The concept of Value Added

http://www.slideshare.net/RobertLeneway/aclcurinstassess Beyond Expectation +ve ValueAdded In line with Expectation 0 Value-Added Below

Expectation -ve Value-Added School wide What accounts for these differences in value added? Can we identify best practice and make it common practice? What the research says Survey data interpreted in conjunction with Value Added

Assessment data is a powerful tool for reflection to improve teaching and learning at the student, subject and school wide level. Student Attitude and Engagement survey results are correlated highly to student achievement gains. SATIS SAES Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (2012). Asking students about teaching: Student perception surveys and their implementation. (MET Project Policy and Practice Brief). Retrieved from http://www.metproject.org/downloads/Asking_Students_Practitioner_Brief.pdf

Wiggins, G. (2011). Giving students a voice: The power of feedback to improve teaching. Education Horizons, 89(3), 23-26. Attitude and Engagement Surveys? Provide actionable feedback that schools and teachers can use to inform practice. Student and teachers are in a unique position to contribute to a comprehensive view of classroom practice because they experience it more than anyone else in the education system. The data can offer a big-picture view of what is happening in the classroom, subjects and school wide

trends. CEM Student Attitude and Engagement Surveys SATIS for Year 7-10, SAES for Year 11-13 Students perceptions of their school facilities, teachers and the classroom environment Students attitudes to learning, work experience, assignments, coursework and study skills. Students future aspirations and career goals Perceptions of subjects, effective teaching practices and barriers to learning

About your subjects The lessons in this subject are well planned and organised The notes and resources provided by the teacher are helpful for my study Homework is set regularly and checked The feedback provided for tests and exams is helpful The atmosphere in the classroom supports my learning The teacher was approachable and supported my learning

18 How effective do you find each of the following to help your learning? Presentation of a topic by the teacher Dictation of notes Working in pairs Working in small groups Working individually Researching a topic Presenting to the class

Helping another student Class discussions Worksheets Using the Internet Practical work Experiments Reading Writing an essay Practicing past exam papers 19

How satisfied are you with. Advice in choosing your subjects

Help on how to study Changing a subject if it was unsuitable Help with personal issues Advice for future study Career guidance Explaining NCEA and how you are assessed Work experience Form teacher 20 Student Survey Data: national trends

How safe are our schools? Year 9 Students who feel threatened or bullied by other pupils 32% Students who regularly experience cyber or text bullying Students upset by comments on social media sites Students who hear racist insults at least once a week Percentage who say their school successfully stops

bullying 35% 52% 31% 66% 21 Student Survey Data: national trends What are our Year 9 students doing? Students who have a paid job outside school hours

24% Students who regularly visit social media sites 93% outside school hours Students who regularly visit social media sites during 69% school hours Students who regularly bring cell phone into 94% classroom

22 Student Survey Data: national trends Cigarettes, drugs and alcohol use in Year 9 Students who occasionally or regularly smoke 6% Students who occasionally or regularly use alcohol Students who occasionally or regularly use other drugs

29% 6% 23 Student Survey Data: national trends How approachable are our teachers? Year 9 Students who feel they can approach teachers with school work problems 74%

Students who feel they can approach teachers with personal problems Students who discussed traumatic events affecting schoolwork with teacher 42% Students who feel most of their teachers listen to them 67%

13% 24 NEXT STEPS Using data for school improvement Engage with national and school data Analyse demographic, perceptual, student achievement, and survey data Compare value added data for each subject

Identify effective best practice and share Identify challenges and create strategies Inform and facilitate professional development Reflect on department practice and create goals Support individual students and set achievement goals In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists Eric Hoffer To find out more

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