administering the MAPs assessment, record your students'
overall scores as well as their goal area scores as they
appear onscreen at the end of the test.
Students will reflect on the results and write plans to
improve in their lowest goal area in each subject.
Improving in their lowest goal area typically produces academic
growth in that subject overall.
For great quotes and
resources, visit the
"Goal Setting Guide" website.
(quotes) Here's the link to support your
"No Excuses" program.
To determine the typical
median scores for students by grade level, examine the
Elementary Grade Level Medians and Correlations with CST
Middle School Grade Level Medians and Correlations with CST
Planning Sheets for
Language Usage, and Math
Take the following sheets to the lab so you or your
students can record their scores at the end of the MAP
assessment. (Thanks to Mary Jo Coffee
for creating these and to Jeannine Ugalde
for revising the goal area statements.)
Goal Sheets for Language and Reading
by Mary Jo Coffee
Word doc Version
Word doc version
- NWEA developed these
sheets to provide students with opportunities for
self-assessment after the fall and spring assessments.
Students reflect on their personal study habits,
effort, and participation