Yesterday I went to a refresher training for the Voyager program I teach. Last year I was unable to teach the Math part in small groups and I really hope to do that this year. I'm thinking of having an hour and half block to teach the Voyager program. During the hour and a half, the students would rotate to three stations: Reading, Math, and Computer. Both the reading and math have an online component so they would be using Ticket to Read or VMath Live on the computer. However, I do not know when we'll be going to special area, lunch, and recess so the schedule I mapped out yesterday may not happen, but as a teacher, we all know we have to remain flexible!
I thought I would share with you what I used to track my student's MAP data last year. I just modified it so that it's up to date for this school year. I left off a year so that it can be used year after year.
Math MAP Analysis: Click here to view this.
Reading MAP Analysis: Click here to view this.
These are great for determining small group instruction. I plan to use this to group my students for differentiated math group instruction on Fridays. I will also look at where my students fall for Reading to determine mini lessons with guided reading. I hope you find this helpful!
UPDATE: I found a picture of one that I filled out for one of my students last year. This one also has their MAP scores from the previous grade. The ones I attached are cuter (I think!). Hopefully this is helpful :)
I am off to lay out for my last day of summer then I have big plans to paint my nails! Whoo hoo...I am kind of excited about going back. I know I'll be regretting this in a few months though. I'm also loving that college football is around the corner! On a totally random note, we just bought this (not exact brand) for my husband to wear to the games we go to. I'd love to find a girls version. I have a jersey (as you can see in my header), but Alshon Jeffrey signed it! I went to Steve Spurrier's Ladies Clinic this year and he signed my jersey, so my hubby says I can no longer wear it!
Wow, this is sad how quickly I got off topic. This just goes to show how spaztastic my brain is lately. Yes, I totally believe in spaztastic being a real word. I will continue to use it :) Hope everyone is enjoying their summer or start to the school year. See you soon!