For those schools with students at "exceeding," focus is on continuing by placing yearly goals of achievement.
Suggestions: -Tie a formative to assess the intervention to determine if the program is doing what is claimed.-Design a template to collect data as part of a district initiative. Then use the data to determine "drop" or "keep."
Next steps:-How to integrate needs of technology with tasks currently being implemented.-Elementary and high schools are breaking down the new math standards.-Going to state meetings to take a look.-Out-of-time standards - need to be aware of gaps in instruction.
Our district's next steps include:-Looking at scheduling to allow for re-teach/enrich time-Have an assessment system that provides data on student groupings-Additional time for teachers to look at available data-Compile data from existing programs to establish baselines and figure out next steps
-Formative assessments across grade levels -Benchmarks-Scheduled benchmark tests, school-wide - possibly upper grades take these online
Our next steps include-Uniformed implementation-Superintendent must make clear the expectations/goals to all staff members-Have a presentation of a dialog in a classroom
1. Put small group instruction in place2. Paradigm shift3. Evaluate reteach/enrich intervention period4. Tighten down pacing guides5. Linking standards to intervention6. Develop RTI model7. Item analysis utilized to target interventions
Our next steps include-Full integration of available technology in the classroom, with the inclusion of interactive whiteboards and data input devices-Professional Development – ongoing training is necessary in the following areas: -Galileo formative assessments and lessons -Accelerated reading/math -New laptops -Read naturally
Our next steps include:-Teacher “buy-in” -Overcoming existing mindset -User friendly, show results -Time -Must have product at end -Use of committees -District support -Online Professional Development as an incentive-Teacher achievement
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