$410/year per campus (Individually) or $360/year per campus (District-Wide)
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lead4ward and Eduphoria are excited to bring you a dynamic, smarter way to organize and analyze your data. lead4ward’s specially designed data visualizations and reports help your school use STAAR and local data to identify strengths and challenges, determine priority focus areas, and plan better classroom instruction.
Housed in Aware, the lead4wad data module showcases a unique user interface with search features that allow for quick report creation and generation. The module includes:
Student Performance Rubrics – The lead4ward Student Performance Rubric tool helps teachers assess student work and collect evidence of learning. Math, Science, and Social Studies utilize a “Process-Content-Process” template (K-HS). Reading includes two templates (K–2 and 3–HS) and is designed around reading process categories. The rubric features four columns designed to assess students’ ability to independently apply their learning. The tool includes established lead4ward templates for creating the rubric-based assessments in Aware as well as a reporting feature that displays student names in the same visual format as the Student Performance Rubric.
Leadership Report Card – this 1-page report provides summary-level data from lead4ward TEKS Clusters, or unique bundles of standards for each content area and grade/course. The Leadership Report Card helps identify areas of focus in the curriculum for teacher professional development and/or student intervention.
Teacher Learning Report – this report provides data for each TEKS Cluster with aligned Student Expectations and/or subclusters. Teacher Learning Reports (previously known as Student Learning Reports) help identify specific parts of the curriculum where students (and/or teachers) may need support and enhance data analysis for instructional planning.
Standards Report – this report displays performance at the Student Expectation level – organized by standard type (Readiness, Supporting, Process, and non-tested). The Standards Report helps identify growth, maintenance, or decline at the Student Expectation level (previously known as the Heat Map).
Source Data Report – provides a custom frequency distribution showing the number of items on all selected assessments by Checkpoint for TEKS Clusters and Student Expectations.
Subcluster Intervention Report – This report displays students (by name) into two categories – Got it! and Not yet – organized by subclusters from Teacher Learning Reports. It serves as a guide for providing targeted intervention by looking at specific parts of the curriculum where students may need support.
Quintiles – this tool uses individual or aggregate assessment data and distributes students into five equal groups, or quintiles, with an average % correct displayed for each quintile. Quintile Reports help identify performance gaps and which students may be in need of intervention.
TEKS Scaffold Report (Math and Science) – provides data for vertically aligned Student Expectations (SEs), allowing for analysis/investigation of concept development across grade levels. Each Checkpoint for the report may be populated with selected STAAR test data in either aggregated or single-year format.
IQ Data Report – populates STAAR response (answer choice) data for a campus or district. Items on the report are organized in the same order as items on the lead4ward Released Test (IQ) resource and provide a great way to analyze student mistakes or error patterns.
Threshold Analysis – This report will display summary results for the percentage of scores at and above 7 possible cut points, or thresholds. There is also a feature in Aware that allows threshold analysis reports to be generated at the student level.
- Fee Per Campus/School if Purchasing District Wide: $360/yr
- Fee Per Campus/School if Purchasing Individually: $410/yr
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