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Data Analysis

Diagnostic Data

Overall Objectives: Students will be given a diagnostic test to gauge what information the students

already know. Students will work individually and in groups of 3 through various activities to test their

knowledge on notes on the staff.

Objective 1 Students will write one note on the staff with limited guidance

Objective 2 Students will write three notes on the staff with limited guidance.

Objective 3 Students will write one note on the staff individually with no guidance.

Objective 4 Students will write three notes on the staff individually with no guidance.

Student/Group Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 3 Objective 4 Total


Student 1 5/5 4/5 5/5 5/5 19/20
Student 2 5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 20/20
Student 3 5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 20/20
Student 4 5/5 5/5 5/5 4/5 19/20
Student 6 5/5 5/5 5/5 3/5 18/20
Student 7 5/5 5/5 4/5 3/5 17/20
Focus Student 8 5/5 5/5 5/5 3/5 18/20
Focus Student 9 5/5 5/5 3/5 4/5 17/20

What does this data mean for instruction during the unit?

This data tells me that the students have prior knowledge in this content and will only require a small

review to make sure those that missed a few points are 100% proficient at the material before moving

on form it completely, I would use a summative tool later to see if the students improve later on.
What does this data mean for instruction for the Focus Students during the unit?

Focus students tended to do better with smaller tasks that showed proficiency, Overall the focus

students showed as much prior knowledge as the rest of the students when they were in fact focused on

that material.

Formative Assessment Data

The students will be tested to inform me of how much of the material they are learning. Objective 1 will

consist of easier content that I feel all students should have mastered and objective 2 will be reaching

into harder difficulties. Objective 1 will consist of notes on a Bb scale being written on a staff with

correct placement of Bb and Eb included. Objective 2 will consist of any notes including raised notes.

Student: Objective 1 Objective 2


Student 1 15/15 11/15
Student 2 14/15 12/15
Student 3 15/15 11/15
Student 4 15/15 12/15
Student 5 14/15 11/15
Student 6 13/15 11/15
Student 7 15/15 14/15
Focus Student 8 13/15 11/15
Focus Student 9 14/15 12/15

How did the data from these formative assessments impact learning during the unit? The formative

assessments impact what needs to be covered more before the post assessment. While overall the class

is doing well, however as shown on the graph objective one has the class more proficient than objective

2 which was to be expected. Objective 1 can be moved on from and Objective 2 needs a bit more review

and assessment before moving forward.


How did the data from these formative assessments impact Focus Student Learning during the unit?

The focus students were consistent with all their work, again there was no clear score difference that

was drastic for these students. It also gave these students a consistent evaluation of where they are in

the class, and what they can improve upon.

Post-Assessment Data (Summative Assessment)

End of the year test to dictate if students have shown improvement on material covered in class.

Objective 1: Writing five notes on a staff with no guidance. (C Major)

Objective 2: Writing accidental notes as called on by the teacher (Any Notes)

Objective 3: Creating a chord with the notes given by the teacher.

Student Objective 1 (easy) Objective 2 (medium) Objective 3 (challenge)


Student 1 5/5 5/5 4/5
Student 2 5/5 5/5 5/5
Student 3 5/5 5/5 5/5
Student 4 5/5 5/5 2/5
Student 5 5/5 5/5 3/5
Student 6 5/5 5/5 4/5
Student 7 5/5 4/5 2/5
Focus Student 8 5/5 4/5 1/5
Focus Student 9 5/5 5/5 4/5
What does these data mean for learning during the unit? This data shows that there was learning

during the unit. It also shows that students understand the concepts that were taught and have

improved from where they began. Only part where students struggled was on material that was meant

to challenge the students which is good.

What does these data mean for learning for the Focus Students during the unit? This data shows

that the focus students learned and improved from where they started, and the instructional strategies

worked throughout the unit.

For future instruction, what have you learned about how students learn and the efficacy of your

instructional style? What would you change, if anything?

There are several ways that students learn, each student can understand the topic at hand in different

ways, whether that’s through auditory, visual, kinesthetic means, each student can be taught the topic. I

have learned that all students learn in different ways, and there are ways to teach to each of their

needs. I learned that the way this unit was delivered was effective for this group of students but may

not be as effective for different groups of students. Students were encouraged to peer teach each other

and help facilitate learning in the classroom. If I were to add on anything, I would try and challenge

those students that were excelling in the class more and more with more in depth work to keep them

engaged.