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  • 1. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY PROGRAM HANDBOOK PRESENTED BY SPECIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006
  • 2.
    • CONTRIBUTIONS WERE MADE BY THE
    • BISD SPECIAL SERVICES PERSONNEL, CMC
    • CONSULTANT, FORMER AND CURRENT
    • CONTENT MASTERY
    • TEACHERS AND PARAPROFESSIONALS
    • IN THE DISTRICT
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006
  • 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006
  • 4. GOALS 1 WHAT IS IT? 2 CONTENT MASTERY: 3 SERVICES AND SUPPORT PROVIDED 4 BY THE CM TEACHER RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE 7 CMC TEACHER RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CMC 9 PARAPROFESSIONAL WHEN SHOULD THE CENTER BE OPENED? 11 WHO CAN GO TO THE CMC? 12 HOW ARE CAMPUS NEEDS DETERMINED? 13 IT’S PEOPLE THAT MAKE CONTENT 14 MASTERY WORK WHO SHOULD BE INVOLVED IN 15 SUPPORTING CM? RESPONSIBILITIES OF GENERAL ED STAFF 16 CMC PROCEDURES/MODIFICATIONS/MATERIALS 17
  • 5. STUDENTS SHOULD GO TO THE 18 CMC WHEN.. STUDENTS SHOULD STAY IN THEIR GENERAL 19 CLASSROOM WHEN.. STUDENTS SHOULD BE SENT BACK 20 TO CLASS FROM CMC WHEN… STUDENT USE OF THE CENTER 21 CONTENT MASTERY CENTER MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT 22 REQUESTING TEXTBOOKS 24 PROGRAM OUTLINE FOR ORIENTATION 25 OF GENERAL ED. TEACHERS TO CMC PROGRAM OUTLINE FOR 27 ORIENTATION OF STUDENTS TO CMC PROGRAM OUTLINE FOR ORIENTATION 30 OF PARENTS TO CMC CONTENT MASTERY RULES 32 CONTENT MASTERY FORMS 35 CONTENT MASTERY PASSES 37 SIGN-IN FORMS 46 PROGRESS REPORTS 51 SENT/ RECEIVED LIST 56 CONFERENCE FORMS 58 STUDENT CONFERENCE FORMS 59 TEACHER CONFERENCE FORMS 63 TELEPHONE LOG 68
  • 6. CMC SUPPORT TRACKING FORM 71 CMC REMINDER NOTICES 73 CMC CRITICAL ELEMENTS 77 CMC VISITATION FORM 80 CMC CHECKLIST 82 CMC IEP GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 84 DATA REPORT 87 TEACHER SURVEY 89 STUDENT SURVEY 92 CRITIQUE OF THE CMC 95
  • 7.
    • CONTENT MASTERY CENTER GOALS
    • The goals of the Content Mastery Program are the following:
    • to have the identified student master course content, making the highest
    • grade possible in the general education.
    • to help each students become aware of his/her strengths, areas of need, and
    • appropriate compensatory strategies.
    • to assist each student in becoming “study skill independent”.
    • to unite the expertise of general educators, special educators, specialists, and
    • other campus staff to provide the best education possible for all students.
    • to help all special education students meet the needs of LRE requirements.
    • to support general education teachers by providing modification information
    • and instructional and behavior intervention strategies.
    • to serve as a resource for “best practices" knowledge, material and
    • information.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 1
  • 8. CONTENT MASTERY WHAT IS IT? A fully operational and flexible learning center which provides support to students with special learning needs receiving instruction in the general education classroom. The goal is for students to achieve passing grades in general education through the provision of accomodations/ modifications, help with completing assignments and support for test taking while addressing LRE (Least Restrictive Environment) inclusion support. An additional component is the delivery of support by the Special Education teacher to general educators. The Content Mastery Program is one of many delivery models for inclusion. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 2
  • 9.
    • CONTENT MASTERY
    • WHAT IT IS
    • For identified students
    • An inclusive instructional model
    • A way to help students achieve passing grades in regular classes
    • Support which occurs after appropriate direct instruction has been
    • given in the general education classroom
    • Assistance provided on an-needed basis rather than on a regular schedule
    • Creation of whatever additional modifications or supports a student
    • might need
    • Study sessions prior to tests being given in the general education
    • classroom
    • Monitoring student progress
    • Support for general education teachers
    • Ongoing collaboration with general education teachers
    • WHAT IT IS NOT
    • A discipline or timeout center
    • Intended to replace curriculum or direct instruction provided by the
    • general education teacher
    • A counseling office
    • Just a quiet place to work
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 3
  • 10. SERVICES AND SUPPORT PROVIDED BY THE CONTENT MASTERY TEACHER The Content Mastery Teacher offers a wide variety of services to the general education classroom teacher, who provides the academic support necessary for the content mastery special education eligible student to master the curriculum and IEP objectives. In order to provide these services in an effective and timely fashion, the general education teacher should provide the CMC teacher with the following: worksheets/study guides with corresponding answer keys, lesson plans, project outlines, tests with answer keys, and other related instructional materials. Content Mastery should function in a proactive not reactive mode; that is, in order to most effectively work with students with general education content, the CMC staff needs lesson plan(s) prior notice of tests, assignments, projects, and etc. It is only through this coordination of effort that all parties will see the greatest benefit from the Content Mastery program. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 4
  • 11.
      • Taped recorded textbooks and reading materials
      • Highlighted materials
      • Laminated instructional materials
      • Vocabulary cards
      • Collection of teacher-made materials
      • Graphic and Advance organizers
      • Modified materials and tests
      • Multi-sensory activities
      • Manipulatives
    • SUPPORT
    • For GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
    • Provide strategies for modification of instruction.
    • Discuss student’s individual strengths, areas of difficulty and compensatory strategies.
    • Assist with determining range of appropriate modifications for special education students.
    • Help general education teacher identify instructional activities needing modifications.
    • Assist with the preparation of adapted materials.
    • Monitor student placement and progress in the general education classroom.
    • Maintain contact with the general education teacher through formal and informal methods.
    • Provide support to aide in the compliance of the student’s IEP.
    • For STUDENTS
    • Provide assistance with packets, worksheets, written assignments, major projects, or anything involving instructional material.
    • Pre-teach and/or re-teach as appropriate.
    • Conduct study groups for tests and exams.
    • Discuss student’s individual strengths, areas of difficulty and compensatory strategies.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 5 The SERVICES include but are not limited to the following: 1. Materials
  • 12.
    • Assist student with the development of organizational and study skills
    • Conference with the student to provide feedback, problem-solving and to
    • encourage success.
    • Work collaboratively with the student’s teachers to help create a positive and
    • successful learning environment.
    • Help develop appropriate and required modified materials for student use in the
    • Content Mastery Center and general education classroom.
    • For PARENTS
    • Discuss student’s individual strengths, areas of difficulty and compensatory
    • strategies.
    • Conference with the parent as needed to provide feedback and problem-solving
    • opportunities.
    • Encourage active involvement of the parent in the student’s educational planning.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 6
  • 13.
    • RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONTENT
    • MASTERY TEACHER
    • Coordinate with other involved school personnel in planning and providing
    • modified instruction for the student.
    • Provide consultative assistance to general education classroom teachers.
    • Provide appropriate environment, guidance, and learning climate for the students
    • in the content mastery center.
    • Keep accurate and complete sign-in records; this is critical for security and
    • safety factors.
    • Complete all requested forms and records including Course Modification Plan,
    • Walk In Data, Failure Data, Grade Checks, CMC Tracking Student and Teacher
    • Conference and Student Monitoring forms.
    • Implement specific I.E.P. objectives at the student’s level of competency to
    • assist in mastery of course objectives.
    • Assist the educational diagnostician in reviewing and revising the educational
    • plan.
    • Evaluate student’s progress in terms of stated objectives through the use of
    • the three/six/ week progress reports.
    • Participate in Admission, Review, and Dismissal Committee Meetings and
    • contribute pertinent information to the review and dismissal meetings.
    • Interpret special education policies, procedures, and guidelines to regular
    • education personnel and/or parents.
    • Share knowledge and accommodated materials with others personnel at your
    • campus.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 7
  • 14.
    • Provide continuous in-service training including content mastery orientation
    • for general education and other campus staff.
    • Maintain a file system of worksheets, tests, and materials used in general
    • education classes.
    • Train and cooperatively plan with the special education
    • paraprofessional/teacher.
    • Demonstrate an interest in professional growth through study of
    • professional literature and/or attendance at appropriate conferences,
    • workshops, and meetings.
    • Work with other teachers to promote cooperation/collaboration among the
    • staff.
    • Assist in evaluating services provided for identified students.
    • Assume responsibility for the security and inventory of instructional
    • materials and equipment assigned to the Content Mastery Center.
    • Assure that the Content Mastery Center is opened at all times.
    • Provide Content Mastery Center orientation for students, parents, general
    • education teachers, administrators and other campus staff.
    • Attend staff development (general and special education topics)
    • with general education teachers to enhance collaboration, teaming efforts
    • and curriculum knowledge.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 8
  • 15.
    • RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
    • CONTENT MASTERY
    • PARAPROFESSIONAL
    • The paraprofessional is responsible for maintaining the effective operation of the Content Mastery Center under the supervision of the Content Mastery Teacher. Typically, this person is staffed full-time to the Content Mastery Center in order to provide a seamless delivery of service to all identified students. A campus can help guarantee a quality program by minimizing or negating the pulling-out of paraprofessionals to perform other duties.
    • Staff Content Mastery Center on a full-time daily basis by coordinating
    • the Content Mastery schedule with other CMC staff so center is opened
    • at all times.
    • Provide and maintain a positive and effective leaning environment.
    • Assist with the development and delivery of modification.
    • Keep accurate Content Mastery records including but not limited to the
    • sign-in sheets, and Content Mastery passes.
    • Provide content instruction to students.
    • Assist students with completion of assignments and tests.
    • Maintain documentation on students that demonstrate
    • academic/behavior difficulty while in Content Mastery Center.
    • Provide information to the Content Mastery teacher regarding student
    • progress and performance while under your supervision in the center.
    • This information can be used by the Content Mastery teacher for use in
    • meetings.
    • Attend ARD meeting as per administrative requests for students
    • experiencing academic/behavior difficulty while in the Content Mastery
    • Center (very limited basis)
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 9
  • 16.
    • Establish and maintain student and teacher files, content mastery files,
    • sign-in sheets, lesson plans, worksheets, notes from teachers, and content
    • mastery conference folders (regular education teacher, etc.)
    • Use effective behavior management and teaching strategies with Content
    • Mastery students in 1:1 and small group settings
    • Possess the knowledge of needed academic skills (math, reading, spelling,
    • science, social studies, and writing) in order to re-teach or assist students
    • with regular classroom assignments
    • Create and duplicate materials as needed for Content Mastery Program
    • Attend appropriate meetings and training sessions dealing with related
    • Content Mastery issues.
    • Conduct and assist in paraprofessional training as requested and
    • appropriate.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 10
  • 17. WHEN SHOULD THE CENTER BE OPENED? The center will be opened Monday through Friday during regular school and lunch hours. It can also be open before and after school as directed by administration. Special Education students must have access to the center when assistance is needed , not on an appointment basis . This is in keeping with providing the required instructional program as outlined in the IEP. Hours will be posted throughout the school and announced as necessary. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 11
  • 18.
    • WHO CAN GO TO CONTENT MASTERY?
    • The following students may have access to Content Mastery services:
    • Students receiving services through a resource program may access the CMC as indicated on the IEP. CMC goals and objectives must be a part of the IEP.
    • 2. Students receiving services through an inclusion delivery model may access the CMC at times when an inclusion teacher or paraprofessional is not scheduled for direct services in a general education classroom. These students must have content mastery goals and objectives in their IEP.
    • 3. Students receiving services through the behavior intervention program needing assistance through Content Mastery have several options. The ARD committee will determine if these services can most effectively be provided to this student by his/her BI teacher or through the CMC. Must conduct a staffing.
    • 4. Speech only students can receive these services only if the IEP includes goals and objectives for Content Mastery . The ARD committee may wish to specify the subject in which the student can go to CMC, types of assistance to be provided in CMC, and the duration of time this student has access to the center. Must conduct a staffing.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 12
  • 19. HOW ARE CAMPUS NEEDS DETERMINED? Content Mastery will provide support to students and general education teachers who may not have assistance from inclusion teachers. This setting may also provide support when the inclusion teacher cannot be available. Individual campuses determine the service delivery system based upon the needs of their students. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 13
  • 20.
    • IT’S THE PEOPLE THAT MAKE
    • CONTENT MASTERY WORK
    • The following people may be responsible for a Content Mastery Center:
      • Certified special education teacher
      • Special education paraprofessional (under the direction of a certified
      • special education teacher)
    • Additional help for CMC:
      • Any certified teacher – consider staffing general education teachers into
      • the Content Mastery Center during a regularly scheduled period; that is,
      • instead of a teaching period, they work in the CMC.
      • Dyslexia Teachers, Speech Therapists, ESL staff
      • Interns, Student Teachers
      • Clerks, library assistants, assistant principals, counselors, principal (this
      • may be needed especially during times of heavy usage such as end of
      • grading periods and test days. This could become part of the Content
      • Mastery Center campus contingency plan to handle overload situations.
      • Substitute teachers during non-teaching periods
      • Parent and/or community volunteers
      • Student aides – kids helping kids, National Honor Society, Student Council
      • & etc.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 14
  • 21. WHO SHOULD BE INVOLVED IN SUPPORTING CONTENT MASTERY? Every teacher, administrator, and support staff should have the opportunity to attend a brief overview of the Content Mastery program. In addition, parents of students who have been approved to receive Content Mastery assistance, as well as these identified students, should receive an orientation to the program. In order to make a difference for students, an effective CMC program needs full support from all campus staff and parents. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 15
  • 22.
    • RESPONSIBILITIES OF GENERAL
    • EDUCATION STAFF
    • Provide direct instruction to special education students utilizing IEP goals an
    • modifications as required by the ARD committee
    • Maximize student time in the general education classroom through the
    • provision of modifications and the usage of best teaching practices
    • Determine appropriate time and reasons for sending students to Content
    • Mastery; this is typically done after direction instruction, teacher lecture,
    • guided practice, small group work, audio-visual presentations, and lab work.
    • The best time is usually during independent work and testing. As a teacher,
    • you must be cognizant of a special education student’s disabilities and how
    • to accommodate these.
    • Collaborate with Content Mastery Center staff about needed modifications
    • and student progress
    • Decide on which modifications are appropriate for a student for a particular
    • activity
    • Grade student’s performance after required modifications have been
    • provided
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 16
    • Send students to Content Mastery Center with pass, instructions and needed
    • materials
    • Provide copies of lesson plans, worksheets, tests, project information,
    • answer keys and other instructional materials to the Content Mastery
    • teacher prior to their introduction and use
    • Complete progress reports and submit to the Content Mastery teacher
    • Participate in ARD meetings
    • Provide quality instruction
  • 23. CONTENT MASTERY CENTER PROCEDURES, ACCOMODATIONS/ MODIFICATIONS & MATERIALS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 17
  • 24.
    • STUDENTS SHOULD GO TO
    • CONTENT MASTERY WHEN…
    • Completing independent work that will require significant 1:1 support or
    • small group for successful completion of an appropriate task
    • Needing to complete an assignment that everyone else has finished or when
    • student needs to complete a test requiring monitoring and assistance
    • Needing to have a test read aloud (be sure this is specified in the student’s
    • modifications)
    • Needing to use the computer to complete a written assignment when one is
    • not available in the general education classroom
    • Needing to participate in a study session prior to taking a test
    • Grades are low or student is failing a course
    • Re-teach, review, or pre-teach (pre-exposure) is needed
    • The inclusion teacher is unavailable in the general education classroom for
    • assistance
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 18
  • 25.
    • STUDENTS SHOULD STAY IN THE GENERAL CLASSROOM WHEN…
    • Instructions/directions are being given for an assignment
    • Direct instruction, lab work, audio-visual presentation, lectures, class
    • discussions, and small group work is being conducted
    • Student has not even tried to do the assignment, including homework
    • Student can read a test without assistance
    • Student just needs a modified test. If the test has been modified ahead
    • of time, the student can take the test in the classroom.
    • Students receive assistance through an inclusion delivery model and the
    • inclusion teacher/paraprofessional is available in the classroom
    • Student needs a quiet place to take a test. Often, the classroom is
    • quieter than Content Mastery Center where multiple groups of students
    • are working on a wide variety of subjects, topics, and assignments
    • Note: Many modifications can be successfully implemented in the general education classroom where you, the content expert are readily available to answer or clarify any student questions. This also helps assure compliance with Least Restrictive Environment.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 19
  • 26.
    • STUDENTS SHOULD BE SENT BACK TO CLASS FROM CMC WHEN…
    • They arrive without a pass or instructions as to why they have come.
    • They are sent to the CMC due to inappropriate behavior that was exhibited
    • in the general education classroom. The teacher in charge of that classroom
    • using standard and routine procedures should address misconduct that occurs
    • in the general education classroom.
    • They are missing direct instruction or critical curriculum content being
    • delivered by the general education teacher (curriculum expert).
    • They come in without books/materials.
    • There are already too many students in the center. Special education
    • students have priority over other non-identified students due to the need for
    • legally required instructional assistance. Special education students should
    • not be returned to class unless they were originally sent there for reasons
    • not meeting the outlined criteria or IEP requirements.
    • They refuse to complete assignments or accept assistance from the CMC
    • staff
    • NOTE: In the event that the Content Mastery Center experiences an inability to effectively handle the student load, it is highly recommended that a campus contingency plan be created to meet the need for additional space, personnel, and materials.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 20
  • 27.
    • STUDENT USE OF THE CONTENT MASTERY CENTER
    • Student is sent to the CMC according to outlined criteria
    • Student brings needed materials and directions for successful completion of assignment/test
    • Student brings CMC pass with the following:
    • A. Assignment
      • B. Time sent
      • C. Time to return to class
      • D. Other pertinent information
        • 1. Subject area
        • 2. Date sent
        • 3. Teacher’s name
        • 4. Directions for task completion
        • 5. Required modifications
    • Student signs in at the CMC
    • Student signs out of the CMC and returns promptly to classroom with completed work unless otherwise specified by the General Education Teacher
    • --Student returns to class
      • 1. Upon general education teacher request
      • 2. When assignment or test is completed
      • 3. To have assignment graded
      • 4. When student doesn’t know what the assignment is
      • 5. Upon request by the Content Mastery Staff
      • 6. When sent to the CMC for reasons other than those
      • outlined in district CMC handbook
      • 7.Other: Refer to section titled students should be
      • sent back to class from CMC when…
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 21
  • 28.
    • CONTENT MASTERY CENTER
    • MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
    • Cassette players and headphones
    • Listening station
    • Blank cassette tapes
    • Cassette storage trays, boxes, etc.
    • Computers with color printers
    • Internet access
    • Tape recorders
    • Alpha Smart
    • Reading place markers
    • Remedial software programs
    • Franklin Spellers
    • Study carrels and/or dividers
    • Blackboard or white board
    • 3 hole punch
    • Trays/folders/binders for general education class materials
    • Calculators
    • Reference Books-maps, globes, thesaurus, dictionaries, etc.
    • General education textbooks (highlighted, non-highlighted, student and teacher
    • editions)
    • Below level content materials
    • Highlighter pens
    • Map pencils, markers, pens, pencils, crayons, glue sticks, notebook paper, plain
    • white paper, construction paper, post-it notes, tape, scissors, chalk, crayons, file
    • cabinets, overhead projector, blank diskette, and transparencies
    • Rulers
    • Index cards
    • Manila folders (in different colors)
    • Bookcases or built-in shelves
    • Book stands
    • 3 ring binders
    • TV-VCR
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 22
  • 29.
    • Encyclopedia set (software)
    • Graphic organizers
    • Stamps (confidential, date stamp)
    • Full text tapes or textbooks
    • Tapes of highlighted textbooks or of advanced organizers
    • Study skills materials and any other supplementary content materials
    • Advance organizers
    • Manipulatives
    • Multi-sensory activities
    • Center activities
    • Acetate sheets
    • Colored overlays
    • Digital clock
    • Timer
    • Graphing calculator (high school)
    • Magnification overlay
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 23
  • 30.
    • TEXTBOOKS
    • Minimum of two highlighted copies of each student edition text used by
    • special education students
    • Highlighted texts to meet student IEP requirements
    • Teacher editions
    • At the end of each school year, your CMC TE’s and SE’s should be
    • inventoried by your campus textbook custodian. They are then to be
    • stored in a separate box labeled CMC books. This box can either be
    • kept in the CMC or on a shelf in the textbook room/closet . When the
    • next school year begins, the CMC teacher is to have the books in the CMC
    • box inventoried and checked back out to CMC. Any additional books
    • needed are to be requested through the appropriate channels.
    • NOTE: If you experience difficulty obtaining either student or teacher
    • editions of textbooks, please be resourceful in your acquisition
    • endeavors. You should try these avenues by contacting:
    • . your campus textbook custodian (assistant principal)
    • . the district textbook specialist (Warehouse and Textbook Department)
    • . the department head or grade level chairman for that subject
    • . any campus staff that might have served on the adoption committee for
    • . the specific text you are needing
    • . your campus facilitator
    • . the vendor or publisher
    • . the special education supervisor
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 24
  • 31. PROGRAM OUTLINE FOR ORIENTATION OF GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHERS TO CONTENT MASTERY PROGRAM BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 25
  • 32.
    • PROGRAM OUTLNE FOR ORIENTATION
    • OF GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHERS TO
    • CONTENT MASTERY PROGRAM
    • Give Regular Education Teachers Information On:
      • characteristics of special education students
      • modifications
      • learning styles, multiple intelligences
      • Content Mastery Program: Goals, Who, What, Where, When,
      • How, Forms
      • types of assistance available
      • responsibilities of student using CMC, regular education teacher,
      • CM teacher, and CM paraprofessional
      • Confidentiality
    • Address Regular Education Teachers Concerns About:
      • appropriate modifications
      • behavioral strategies
      • grading
      • support services
    • Promote Acceptance of the Special Education:
      • supportive interactions
    • Foster Involvement of Regular Education Teacher
      • in education planning for special education student
      • participation in ARD process
      • collaboration and teaming efforts
      • decision-making process regarding use of Content Mastery Center, appropriate modifications or major projects, testing techniques, etc.
      • provision of lesson plans for use by CM staff
      • timely completion of required forms and progress reports
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 26
  • 33. PROGRAMS OUTLINE FOR ORIENTATION OF STUDENTS TO CONTENT MASTERY PROGRAM BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 27
  • 34.
    • PROGRAM OUTLINE FOR ORIENTATION OF STUDENTS TO CONTENT MASTERY
    • PROGRAM
    • Welcome students to the CM center.
      • A. Tell students your name and a little about yourself
      • B. Ask students to introduce themselves. (Name only is fine, as
      • they will probably be very self-conscious.)
    • Explain the purpose of the Content Mastery program.
        • Individuals have different needs in the way they learn
        • Coming to this Content Mastery Center and working with general education teachers back in the classroom will help you do satisfactory work on regular class assignments and achieve/maintain passing grades
    • Explain what the student will be doing to compensate for his disability.
      • A. For those who have difficulty when information is presented in
      • the classroom the student may:
        • 1. Listen to a tape recording of a teacher’s written materials
        • 2. Use a calculator for a math assignment
        • 3. Receive information about oral or written presentations
        • and assignments and these could include :
          • a. highlighted textbooks, worksheets, etc.
          • b. outlines of class materials
          • c. 1-page summaries
          • d. review of significant points
          • e. preview questions
          • f. visual aids
          • g. manipulative
          • h. multi-sensory activities (show student a few examples)
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 28
  • 35.
    • B. For those who have difficulty when tests, class assignments or
    • homework is given, the LD student’s task will often be changed
    • according to his particular learning needs. Some examples are:
    • 1. Changing a written task to the oral form
    • 2. Changing an essay test to matching
    • 3. Changing the length of a task
    • 4. Changing appearance of a task to allow more space for working
    • (Emphasize to students that the kind of change made depends on their own learning needs)
    • C. For the students who have problems managing his/her behavior, you
    • and/or his general education classroom teacher will help him by:
    • 1. Changing things in the room make it easier for him to learn
    • 2. Use contracts, which are agreements made between the student
    • and the teacher. Those contracts usually say what work the
    • student agrees to do and what the students has earned by doing
    • that work
    • D. All students will have individual conferences with you and will provide a
    • chance for:
    • 1. You to keep up on how well the modifications are working for the
    • student in general education classes
    • 2.The student to discuss any problems he is having with any particular
    • teacher or class
    • 3. The student and the teacher to work together to monitor progress
    • and decide on any changes that need to be made
    • Review the procedures and rules of the CMC: coming to the CMC, while in the center and leaving the center.
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 29
    • Ask students if they have any questions
    • Tell students that you will soon be having individual conferences with them and that you are looking forward to knowing them better
  • 36. PROGRAM OUTLINE FOR ORIENTATION OF PARENTS TO THE CONTENT MASTERY PROGRAM BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 30
  • 37. PARENT ORIENTATION TO CONTENT MASTERY CENTER Send information to parents explaining the program, and the impact on their child. Prepare information packet for parents and distribute at Open House or send home if they don’t come to Open House. Plan an Open House to introduce parents to you, the center and the program. Make a CMC presentation during your conference period, or after school, etc. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 31
  • 38. CONTENT MASTERY RULES BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 32
  • 39.
    • CONTENT MASTERY RULES
    • COME IN QUIETLY
    • SIGN IN
    • WORK QUIETLY
    • RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION OR NEED ASSISTANCE
    • WORK IN A WAY THAT DOES NOT DISTURB OTHERS
    • MAKE SURE YOUR WORK AREA IS CLEAN AND ORGANIZED BEFORE YOU LEAVE
    • WHEN YOU COMPLETE YOUR ASSIGNMENTS AND ARE READY TO RETURN TO CLASS, DON’T FORGET TO SIGN OUT
    • YOU MUST HAVE A PASS TO RETURN TO CLASS
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 33
  • 40. CONTENT MASTERY CENTER ~ THANK YOU FOR THE FOLLOWING THE RULES ~ NOTE: ALL OTHER CAMPUS RULES APPLY AND WILL BE ENFORCED IN THE CONTENT MASTERY CENTER. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 34 DO YOUR BEST! 12 DO NOT DISTURB OTHERS 11 COOPERATE WITH STAFF 10 FOLLOW DIRECTIONS 9 RAISE YOUR HAND FOR HELP 8 STAY ON-TASK 7 DO NOT WALK AROUND 6 SIT DOWN AND WORK QUIETLY 5 BRING ALL MATERIALS FOR ASSIGNMENT 4 BRING COMPLETED PASS WITH YOU 3 SIGN IN AND SIGN OUT AS INSTRUCTED 2 ENTER THE ROOM QUIETLY 1
  • 41. CONTENT MASTERY FORMS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 35
  • 42.
    • CONTENT MASTERY FORMS
    • PASS
    • SIGN-IN
    • PROGRESS REPORTS
    • SENT/RECEIVED LIST
    • STUDENT CONFERENCE FORMS
    • TEACHER CONFERENCE FORMS
    • TELEPHONE LOG
    • CM SUPPORT TRACKING FORM
    • CMC MASTERY REMINDER NOTICE
    • CMC CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • CMC VISITATION FORM
    • CMC TEACHER CHECKLIST
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 36
  • 43. CONTENT MASTERY PASSES BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 37
  • 44.
    • PASS
    • CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • DATE
    • TIME SENT TO CMC
    • CLASSROOM TEACHER’S NAME/SIGNATURE
    • TIME NEEDED BACK
    • TIME RETURNED TO GEN. ED.
    • ROOM #
    • ASSIGNMENTS
    • SIGNATURE OF CM TEACHER
    • PROGRESS BY CM STAFF
    • COMMENTS:
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 38
  • 45. CONTENT MASTERY CENTER (CMC) PASS TO ROOM_________ DATE:_________________ STUDENT’S NAME: _____________________________________ SUBJECT:______________ TEACHER:___________________FILE#:_______RM#:____ GRADE:_____DISMISSED FROM CLASS AT:________RETURN:_________ OTHER_____________________________________________________________ ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ TO CMC TEACHER: _____SEND COMPLETED ASSIGNMENT/TEST BACK WITH STUDENT TO ME. _____PUT COMPLETED ASSIGNMENT/TEST IN MY FOLDER. FILE#__ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTENT MASTERY CENTER (CMC) ROOM _______ STUDENT’S NAME_____________________ ATTENDED CMC ON DATE________ IN:_________ OUT____________ TEACHER:__________________________FILE#:________ROOM#:_____________________ STUDENT: ______COMPLETED THE ASSIGNMENT ______ DIDN’T FINISH ASSIGNMENT ______ STUDENT RETURNED THE TEST/ASSIGNMENT TO YOU ______ THE ASSIGNMENT/TEST WAS FILED IN YOUR FOLDER AS REQUIRED *REMINDER TEACHERS WHO DO NOT SEND IDENTIFIED CMC STUDENTS TO CMC ARE NOT MEETING THE STUDENT’S IEP REQUIREMENTS. REFER TO THE STUDENT’S IEP FOR CMC TIME. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN MEETING THE SUCCESS OF OUR STUDENTS. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 39 USE NOTE/BOOK DURING TEST (CIRCLE ONE OR BOTH) ALLOW EXTRA TEST TIME READ ASSIGNMENT TO STUDENT READ TEST INSTRUCTIONS ONLY ALLOW STUDENT TO USE CALCULATOR READ TEST TO STUDENT COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT TEST DAILY WORK
  • 46. CONTENT MASTERY PASS STUDENT NAME ______________________________ DATE____________________________TIME________ SENDING TEACHER ____________________________ ASSIGNMENTS________________________________ RETURN TIME READING ENGLISH SPELLING MATH SOCIAL STUDIES SCIENCE HANDWRITING ART P.E./HEALTH BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 40
  • 47. CONTENT MASTERY PASS DATE: ____________ TIME: ___________ TO: ____________ TEACHER’S NAME:_____________________STUDENTS: PLEASE CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOXES CMC PASS NAME:_________________________ DATE__________________________ ASSIGNMENT _____ COMPLETE DAILY WORK _____ COMPLETE EXAM _____ DRILL/REVIEWED _____ NEEDS TO COMPLETE TIME SENT BACK TO CLASS:_________ SENDING CM TEACHER:_____________ COMMENTS:________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 41 PAGE NUMBERS SUBJECT ASSIGNMENTS
  • 48.
    • CONTENT MASTERY PASS
    • DATE_______________________ PERIOD ____________
    • STUDENT’S NAME _______________________________
    • TEACHER’S NAME _______________________________ RM#______
    • PLEASE CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX/ES
    • REASON COMMENTS
    • 1. TAKE TEST (TEST MUST BE MODIFIED) BY GENERAL ED. TEACHER
    • 2. HAVE T EST READ
    • 3. RETEACH MATERIAL ALREADY INTRODUCED BY TEACHER
    • 4. WORK IN A GROUP/WORK INDEPENDENTLY-PLEASE SPECIFY
    • 5. OPEN BOOK TEST
    • 6. USE NOTES WITH TEST
    • 7. WORK ON WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT
    • 8. WORK ON PROJECT
    • 9. STUDY NOTES (INDEPENDENTLY)
    • 10. REVIEW AND DRILL ORALLY
    • 11. EXTRA TIME NEEDED
    • TIME DISMISSED FROM CLASS __________
    • TIME NEEDED BACK IN GENERAL EDUCATION CLASS ________
    • _____________________________________________________________
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 42
  • 49.
    • Content Mastery Center
    • SAMPLE PASS FROM CLASSROOM TO CMC
    • Students will not be admitted CMC without a completed pass.
    • Please fill out the pass as legibly and as completely as pertinent.
    • A clear assignment precludes student having to use valuable CMC time in returning to your classroom for the information.
    • Please indicate it tests are open-book, if students can use their notes or calculators, if students can or should work together and other indications that are important.
    • Please indicate if the student is allowed to make a restroom stop before arriving to CMC because we monitor “TIME LEFT ROOM” vs. their arrival time at CMC.
    • Please ensure that students have writing and other materials necessary to complete their assignments at CMC before they leave your room.
    • Your passes are kept on file as official documentation, please handle them accordingly.
    • Please ensure that your substitutes are aware of pass location and instructions for their proper use.
    • Remember that students must receive the benefit of at least the first and last ten minutes of classroom instruction of each period. Do not release them to CMC prior to that time.
    CONTENT MASTERY CENTER ~PASS~ DATE_____________TIME LEFT ROOM____________ STUDENT(S):____ _______________________________ TEACHER: ____________________________________ SUBJECT: _____________________________________ ASSIGNMENT READ PAGES:___________________________________ QUESTION:_________________________PAGES:_____ DEFINITIONS:______________________PAGES:______ STUDY: ________________________________________ COMPLETE TEST:________________________________ OTHER:_________________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 43
  • 50.
    • CONTENT MASTERY CENTER
    • SAMPLE RETURN PASS FROM CMC TO CLASSROOM
    • Please request it from the students because it contains valuable documentation about their CMC attendance, assignment completion, and student behavior for your records (i.e. verbal warnings or other concerns)
    • Helps to track student return time from CMC.
    • Helps teacher’s document student CMC teacher, Inclusion teacher, or CMC aide.
    CONTENT MASTERY CENTER ~RETURN PASS~ DATE: _________TIME:__________STUDENT: ______________ _____ COMPLETED ASSIGNMENT/TEST _____ DID NOT COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT/TEST _____ DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR OTHER:_______________________________________ TEACHER:______________________ ASST.:_________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 44
  • 51. ** DATE____________ **STUDENT______________________________________CLASS______ **DISMISSED FROM CLASS AT:____________________ **TIME NEEDED BACK:___________________________ **REASON:____________________________________ _____ 1. TAKE TEST (TEST MUST BE MODIFIED), BY THE REGULAR ED. TEACHER _____ 2. HAVE TEST READ _____ 3. RE-TEACH MATERIAL ALREADY INTRODUCED BY TEACHER _____ 4. OPEN BOOK TEST _____ 5. USE NOTES WITH TEST _____ 6. WORK ON WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT _____ 7. WORK ON PROJECT _____ 8. STUDY NOTES (INDEPENDENTLY) _____ 9. REVIEW AND DRILL ORALLY _____10. EXTRA TIME NEEDED ______________________________ ** REG. ED. TEACHER’S SIGNATURE** SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS (PG.#. ETC.) **MUST BE FILLED IN BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 45 CONTENT MASTERY CENTER (CMC)
  • 52. SIGN – IN FORMS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 46
  • 53.
    • SIGN- IN
    • CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • STUDENT’S NAME:
    • SIGNATURE LINE
    • SUBJECT:
    • GRADING PERIOD
    • DATE:
    • TIME (IN/OUT)
    • TOTAL TIME:
    • TEACHER’S NAME
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 47
  • 54. CONTENT MASTERY DAILY SIGN –IN SHEET NAME_______________________SS#_________________GRADE __________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 48 TIME OUT TIME IN DAILY WORK STUDY TEST SUBJECT TEACHER DATE
  • 55. CONTENT MASTERY CENTER SIGN-IN NAME:_______________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 49 TOTAL FOR WEEK MINUTES/ VISITS OUT IN TEACHER SUBJECT DATE
  • 56. CONTENT MASTERY CENTER INDIVIDUAL SIGN-IN SHEET NAME: _______________________SIX WEEKS PERIOD 1 2 3 4 5 6 SUBJECT: 1. READING 3. SPELLING 5. MATH 7. SOCIAL STUDIES 2. ORAL LANGUAGE 4. WRITING 6. SCIENCE 8. HEALTH 9. OTHER TOTAL MINUTES BY SUBJECT: 1.______ 5.______ 2.______ 6. ______ 3.______ 7.______ 4.______ 8.______ 9.______ A. TOTAL TIME IN CENTER IN MINUTES__________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 50 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. LENGTH OF VISITS IN MINUTES SUBJECT OUT IN DATE
  • 57. PROGRESS REPORTS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 51
  • 58.
    • PROGRESS REPORT
    • CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • TO/FROM
    • TEACHER’S NAME
    • SUBJECT
    • GRADING PERIOD
    • DATE
    • GRADES
    • CONDUCT
    • NOTICE OF MODIFICATION STATEMENT
    • IMPLEMENTATION OF MODIFICATION STATEMENT
    • CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT OR USE OF STAMP
    • DUE DATE
    • COMMENTS/OTHER
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 52
  • 59.
    • TO: ________________________RETURN FOLDER TO:
    • TEACHER
    • ________________________RM#______ _____MY ROOM
    • CLASS
    • FROM:_______________________ RM# ____ ____ MAIL BOX
    • SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER
    • DATE: __________________ ________MY ATTENDANCE FOLDER
    • RE:___________________ #___________________________
    • STUDENT
    • INFORMATION REQUESTED FOR:
    • THREE WEEK PROGRESS 0 ANNUAL 0 3 YEAR
    • ARD MEETING ON _____AT_____AM/PM IN ROOM _____
    • SPECIAL – YOUR ATTENDANCE IS NOT REQUIRED, BUT YOU ARE CORDIALLY
    • INVITED
    • _____________________________________________________________
    • I. GRADES
    • FIRST THREE-WEEKS ______ FOURTH THREE-WEEKS_____
    • SECOND THREE-WEEKS ______ FIFTH THREE-WEEKS _____
    • THIRD THREE-WEEKS ______ SIXTH THREE-WEEKS _____
    • FINAL EXAM _______ 2 ND NINE WEEK’S AVG. _____
    • 1 ST NINE WEEK’S AVG. _______TERM AVERAGE ___________
    • II. BEHAVIOR AND CLASSROOM WORK
    ___________________________________________________________________ III. ABSENCES _____1 ST 3 WEEKS _____2 ND 3 WEEKS _____3 RD 3 WEEKS _____4 TH 3 WEEKS ____5 TH 3 WEEKS _____6 TH 3 WEEKS ___N/C DUE TO ABSENCES HAVE YOU BEEN NOTIFIED OF MODIFICATIONS? ____YES _____NO HAVE THESE MODIFICATIONS BEEN IMPLEMENTED? _____YES _____NO YOUR COMMENTS AND/OR RECOMMENDATIONS ON THIS STUDENT ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED: ___________________________________________________________________ **PLEASE MAINTAIN THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF THIS STUDENT** BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 53 INSUBORDINATE NEEDS TO PREPARE BETTER SLOPPY WORK DOESN’T COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS WELL PREPARED FOR CLASS NEAT WORK COMPLETE MOST ASSIGNMENTS POOR ATTITUDE DISRUPTIVE GETS OFF TASK DOESN’T PAY ATTENTION TALKATIVE GOOD ATTITUDE WELL BEHAVED STAYS ON TASK PAYS ATTENTION QUIET
  • 60. SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS 3-WEEK PROGRESS REPORT TEACHER’S NAME ___________________DATE_____________ 3 WEEK PROGRESS REPORT FOR __________________________ (STUDENT’S NAME) PLEASE INDICATES STUDENT’S PERFORMANCE IN EACH SUBJECT AREA AND RETURN THE ARD FORM TO THE ARD TEACHER RESPONSIBLE FOR MONITORING PROGRESS. SUBJECTS: (P) PASSING (B) BORDERLINE (F) FAILING _____READING _____SOCIAL STUDIES _____ELECTIVE _____ENGLISH/ESOL _____MATH _____SCIENCE _____PE BEHAVIOR AND CLASSROOM WORK PLEASE NOTE ANY PROBLEMS IN COMPLETING ASSIGNMENTS OR TEST:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COMMENTS:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____CONFERENCE IS REQUESTED: _____________________________ (REG. ED. TEACHER’S SIGNATURE) CONFIDENTAL PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO: FOLDER# _____ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 54 INSUBORDINATE NEEDS TO PREPARE BETTER SLOPPY WORK DOESN’T COMPLETE SSIGNMENTS WELL PREPARED FOR CLASS NEAT WORK COMPLETES MOST SSIGNMENTS POOR ATTITUDE DISRUPTIVE GETS OFF TASK DOESN’T PAY ATTENTION TALKATIVE GOOD ATTITUDE WELL BEHAVED STAYS ON TASK PAYS ATTENTION QUIET
  • 61. TEACHER ____________________________ SUBJECT ______________ SS# ________________________________ PERIOD _______________ STUDENT ____________________________ DATE ________________ CMC STUDENT: _____YES_____NO ATTENDS CMD:______YES_____NO PROGRESS REPORT INFORMATION REQUESTED FOR: _____THREE-WEEK PROGRESS _____3 YEAR ____ANNUAL ____SPECIAL _____ARD MEETING ON _____AT _____AM/PM IN ROOM _____ YOUR ATTENDANCE IS NOT REQUIRED, BUT YOU ARE CORDIALL INVITED GRADES _____1 ST QTR _____2 ND QTR ____3 RD QTR _____4 TH QTR _____1 ST 3 RD WEEKS _____FINAL EXAM GRADE _____2 ND 3 RD WEEKS _____3 RD 3 RD WEEKS ABSENCES _____1 ST 3 RD WEEKS _____2 ND 3 RD WEEKS _____3 RD 3 WEEKS _____N/C DUE TO ABSENCES REASONS THE STUDENT HAS PASSED OR FAILED OTHER_____________________________________________________________________ HAVE YOU BEEN NOTIFIED OF MODIFICATIONS?____HAVE ALL MODIFICATIONS BEEN IMPLEMENTED? __ IF THE STUDENT HAS FAILED YOUR CLASS, WE NEED DOCUMENTATION THAT MODIFICATIONS WERE IMPLEMENTED. PLEASE DESCRIBE OR ATTACH YOUR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS SHEET. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 55 GETS OF TASK EXCESSIBELY AND TIMID OR QUIET EASILY DISCOURAGED POOR ATTITUDE USE PROFANE LANGUAGE LOUD AND BOISTEROUS NEAT WORK FREQUENTLY TARDY FREQUENTLY ABSENT RESISTS CHANGE TIRES EASILY (SLEEPY) DESTROYS PROPERTY IMMATURE FREQUENTLY LIES OR BOASTS CHRONICALLY UNHAPPY STEALS THINGS INSUBORDINATE NEEDS TO PREPARE BETTER SLOPPY WORK DOESN’T COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS WELL PREPARED FOR CLASS DISRUPTIVE COMPLETES ASSIGNMENTS ENJOYS COMPETITION QUIET HIGHLY MOTIVATED DOESN’T PAY ATTENTION TALKATIVE GOOD ATTITUDE WELL BEHAVED STAYS ON TASK PAYS ATTENTION CONGENIAL AND FRIENDLY
  • 62. SENT/RECEIVED LIST FORM BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 56
  • 63. PROGRESS REPORT SENT/RECEIVED LIST DATE__________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 57 R S R S R S R S R S NAME
  • 64. CONFERENCE FORMS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 58
  • 65. STUDENT CONFERENCE FORMS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 59
  • 66. STUDENT CONFERENCE FORM CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • STUDENT’S NAME
    • DATE
    • SUBJECT
    • GRADES
    • COMMENTS/CONCERNS
    • ACTIONS TOBE TAKEN – WHO, WHAT, WHEN
    • SIGNATURE LINE (S) FOR CM TEACHER AND STUDENT
    • CONFERENCE NEXT STEPS
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 60
  • 67. STUDENT MONITORING FORM TO:__________________#____________ ___________________ TEACHER CLASS FROM: _______________ #____________ DATE:_____________________________ RE: _______________________________ # ___________________ _____EVERYTHING IS GOING WELL, ALL WORK IS TURNED IN AND IS SATISFACTORY. _____ IMPROVEMENT IS NEEDED IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: _____TEST GRADES _____HOMEWORK _____CLASS WORK _____BEHAVIOR COMMENTS: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING SCORES (IF APPROPRIATE): READING BENCHMARK SCORES :_________________________ MATH BENCHMARK SCORES:____________________________ BIOLOGY BENCHMARK SCORES: __________________________ U.S. HISTORY BENCHMARK SCORES:_______________________ READING LAB SCORES: _________________________________ (ATTACH COPY, IF YOU PREFER) CURRENT AVERAGE QUARTER 1 2 3 4 1ST 3 WEEKS ______ 2ND 3 WEEKS ______ 3RD 3 WEEKS ______ FINAL ______ QUARTER AVERAGE ______ HAS THE STUDENT LOST CREDIT DUE TO ABSENCES? _____YES _____NO BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 61
  • 68.
    • STUDENT CONFERENCE FORM
    • STUDENT NAME:____________________________________________
    • DATE:________________________________
    • COURSES AND GRADES:
    • ____________________________________________________
    • ____________________________________________________
    • ____________________________________________________
    • ____________________________________________________
    • ____________________________________________________
    • ____________________________________________________
    • STUDENT’S COMMENTS AND CONCERN
    • TEACHER’S COMMENTS AND CONCERNS
    • ACTIONS TO IMPROVE GRADES:
    • SIGNATURES__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 62
  • 69. TEACHER CONFERENCE FORMS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 63
  • 70.
    • CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • TEACHER’S NAME
    • DATE
    • STUDENT’S NAME
    • SUBJECT
    • MODIFICATIONS
    • COMMENTS/CONCERNS
    • ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN-WHO, WHAT, WHEN
    • SIGNATURE LINE
    • CONFERENCE STEPS
    • NEED FOR FOLLOW-UP AND DATE
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 64
  • 71. GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHER CONFERENCE RECORD ELEMENTARY/SECONDARY NAME__________________________________DATE________________ STUDENT_______________________________ ______TEACHER PERCEPTIONS & ATTITUDE _____HOMEWORK COMPLETED _____WHAT_______ ______REVIEW OF STUDENT PROGRESS _____CONTRACT EFFECTIVE _____PREPARED ______POSITIVE ASPECTS _____GRADES BY WHOM ______OVERALL ASPECTS _____BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS _____WHEN_______ ______CLASS PARTICIPATION _____DEVELOP ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN ______CLASS ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED _____ADAPTATIONS FOLLOW-UP NEEDED _____YES _____NO DATE_____________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 65 ADAPTATIONS: WHO/WHAT/WHEN ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN COMMENT/ CONCERNS SUBJECT
  • 72. TEACHER CONFERENCE RECORD TEACHER_______________________________ DATE__________________________________ STUDENT______________________________ SUBJECT_______________________________ ______ TEACHER PERCEPTIONS & ATTITUDE _____HOMEWORK COMPLETED ______REVIEW OF STUDENT PROGRESS _____CONTRACT EFFECTIVE ______POSITIVE ASPECTS _____GRADES ______OVERALL ASPECTS _____BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS ______CLASS PARTICIPATION _____DEVELOP ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN ______WHAT _____ADAPTATION ______PREPARED BY WHOM _____WHEN_______ COMMENTS/CONCERNS __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ADAPTATIONS: WHO, WHAT AND WHEN ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ FOLLOW-UP NEEDED _____YES _____NO DATE: __________________SIGNATURE__________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 66
  • 73. TEACHER RECORD TEACHER_______________________________ DATE___________________________________ STUDENT_______________________________ PERSON CONTACTED____________________ REASON: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ RESULTS/ACTION: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ FOLLOW-UP NEEDED _____YES _____NO BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 67
  • 74. TELEPHONE LOG BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 68
  • 75.
    • TELEPHONE LOG
    • CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • DATE
    • STUDENT’S NAME
    • PERSON CONTACTED
    • TIME
    • REASON
    • RESULTS/ACTION
    • FOLLOW-UP
    • PHONE NUMBER CALLED
    • TEACHER/PARAPROFESSIONAL
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 69
  • 76. TELEPHONE LOG STUDENT _______________________________ ADDRESS _______________________________ PHONE # ___________________________ FATHER WORK _____________________ MOTHER WORK _____________________ PARENTS: __________________________________________ TEACHER/PARAPROFESSIONAL __________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 70 FOLLOW-UP RESULTS PHONE NUMBER REASON PERSON CONTACTED TIME DATE
  • 77. CONTENT MASTERY CENTER SUPPORT TRACKING FORM BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 71
  • 78. CONTENT MASTERY SUPPORT TRACKING FORM FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENT CONTENT MASTERY TEACHER________________________________ WEEK OF _______________________ SCHOOL______________________________________________ SUPPORT PROVIDED (ESTIMATED) OTHER: OBSERVATION STAFF DEVELOPMENT ORIENTATION/MEETING CONFERENCES W/OTHER SCHOOL PERSONNEL ETC. TELEPHONE CALLS COPIES TO: CAMPUS PRINCIPAL SUPERVISORS ( see presentation 2) BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 72 TOTAL TIME OTHER CONFERENCE W/TEACHER CONFERENCE W/PARENT CREATED MODIFIED TESTS PREPARED MODIFIED MATERIAL CMC LAB GRADE STUDENTS
  • 79. CONTENT MASTERY REMINDER NOTICES BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 73
  • 80. CONTENT MASTERY CENTER REMINDER TEAM:________________________ DATE: _______________________ STUDENTS, AS INDICATED WITH AN “X”, MUST BE SENT TO THE CONTENT MASTERY CENTER FOR ASSISTANCE. OUR GOAL IS TO MAXIMIZE STUDENT PERFORMANCE THROUGH THE UTILIZATION OF ALL AVAILABLE RESOURCES ON OUR CAMPUS . BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 74 (see presentation 2) OTHER FAILING REPORT CARD GRADE (S) GRADE OF D- IN DANGER OF FAILING INCOMPLETE WORK/MAJOR PROJECTS POOR PROGRESS REPORT FAILING GRADES NOT MEETING CMC IEP TIME REQ. STUDENT NAME
  • 81. TEACHER:________________________________ THE FOLLOWING STUDENT(S) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ NEED MORE TIME IN CONTENT MASTERY CENTER THIS WEEK: THANK YOU _________________________________________________ **REMINDER ** THIS STUDENT HAS NOT FULFILLED THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENT OF ____ PER WEEK OF CONTENT MASTERY AS SPECIFIED IN HIS/HER IEP NAME: _______________GRADE:______DATE:________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 75
  • 82. DATE:________ TO:__________________ TEACHER:___________________ PERIOD:_____________________ PLEASE SEND THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS TO THE CONTENT MASTERY CENTER TO MEET THEIR REQUIRED TIME OF ________ AS PER INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATIONAL PLAN. _____________________________________________________________________________ CONTENT MASTERY WEEK OF_____________________ THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS NEED TIME. ______________________________________________________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 76 TIME OWNED NAME
  • 83. CMC CRITICAL ELEMENTS BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 77
  • 84.
    • CONTENT MASTERY – CRITICAL ELEMENTS
    • PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
    • Provide adequate space for CM ____ . Provide appropriate/adequate furniture ____
    • Organizes CMC effectively ____
    • Provides a central location for CMC ____
    • Displays weekly assignments/projects in CMC
    • Displays CMC rules and consequences ____
    • Displays hours of CMC operation ____
    • STAFFING
    • Open throughout the day, Monday through Friday ____
    • Uses a contingency plan for handling student overflow ____
    • Open before/after school, during recess/lunch periods ____
    • Creates a positive and pleasant learning climate ____
    • Establishes climate or courtesy and respect ____
    • Assists students effectively to promote success ____
    • Staffed with appropriate personnel
    • STUDENT USAGE
    • Used by special education students as per IEP ____
    • EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
    • Provide dictionaries, encyclopedias, globes, thesaurus,
    • maps, computer/printer, calculator, math manipulatives,
    • cassette/player/recorders, textbooks, TE’s, alternative
    • materials, overhead projector and screen, etc. ____
    • ADAPTED MATERIALS
    • Shows evidence of:
      • Audio taped materials ____
    • Highlighted books, worksheets, supplementary
    • materials etc. ____
    • Multi-sensory materials
    • Learning center activities ____
    • Advance organizers ____
    • Modified tests ____
    • Organizes above materials in a functional and Easily accessible style ____
    BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 78
  • 85.
    • MEETINGS
    • Organizes and conducts initial faculty meeting
    • for CMC orientation ____
    • Organizes and conducts student orientation ____
    • Conducts parent orientation ____
    • Conducts on-going teacher conferences ____
    • Conducts on-going student conferences ____
    • Schedules and conducts parent conferences
    • as needed ____
    • COLLABORATION AND COPLANNING TIME
    • Provides information, alternative materials,
    • examples of modifications etc. to general educators ____
    • Serves as a resource to the general education
    • teacher regarding effective instructional, behavioral
    • and environmental strategies ____
    • Conducts staff development as needed ____
    • Provides input to counselors and administrator
    • regarding matching student learning styles to teacher’s
    • style ____
    • Secures and organizes regular education teacher
    • lesson plans ____
    • Provides supervision of CM paraprofessional ____
    • DOCUMENTATION
    • Documents and organizes teacher conference forms ____
    • Documents and organizes student conference forms ____
    • Maintains and organizes student sign-in sheets ____
    • Completes and organizes content mastery support tracking forms ____
    • Secures and/or distributes and organizes student progress
    • reports (sent/received form to log this process) ____
    • Monitors student academic and behavior performance (progress
    • reports, conferences, reviewing work samples, observation, etc.) ____
    • Completes telephone log for phone conversations ____
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  • 86. CONTENT MASTERY VISITATION FORM BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 80
  • 87. SPECIAL EDUCATION CONTENT MASTERY VISITATION FORM DATE OF VISIT ______________ Campus _______________________ Visitation by ________________________ Met with ____________________________________________________________ CRITICAL ELEMENTS ADDRESSED __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ NEXT STEPS __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 81
  • 88. CONTENT MASTERY CHECKLIST BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 82
  • 89. CONTENT MASTERY TEACHER CHECKLIST Date ___________________ Teacher _____________________________ Student ___________________________ Grade ___________ Content Mastery provides support to students with special learning needs receiving instruction in the general education classroom; The goal is for students to achieve passing grades in general education through the provision of modifications, help with completing assignments and support for test taking while addressing (Least Restrictive Environment) Inclusion support. Assistance provided on an as needed basis rather than on a regular schedule. PURPOSE OF VISIT : Please fill out a form for each student and subject area. _____Subject area _____Completing independent work after guided practice _____Completing an assignment that everyone else has finished _____Completing test requiring monitoring and assistance _____Participate in a study session prior to taking a test _____Re-teach in a different mode _____Review for a test _____Read-aloud test Time in: _____________ Time out: ______________ Type of assignment: _____________________________ Worksheet(s) #_________________ Test(s) _______ Teacher’s signature________________________________ Comments_______________________________________ ______________________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 83
  • 90. CONTENT MASTERY IEP GOALS & OBJECTIVES (SP. ED. MANAGER) BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 84
  • 91. CONTENT MASTERY IEP GOALS & OBJECTIVES G9: THE LEARNER WILL ACHIEVE MASTERY OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT CURRICULUM OBJECTIVES BY COMPLETED HIS/HER ASSIGNMENTS AND MAINTAINING PASSING GRADES. CM1: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO BRING ALL NECESSARY LEARNING MATERIALS AND/OR SUPPLIES TO CLASS. CM2: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO MAXIMIZE ACADEMIC LEARNING TIME. CM3: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO START PROMPTLY WITH LEARNING TASKS. CM4: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO ESTABLISH PRIORITIES FOR LEARNING TASKS. CM5: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO FOLLOW ORDER OF LEARNING TASKS. CM6: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO DEVELOP SELF-DIRECTION FOR LEARNING TASKS. CM7: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO PLAN AND BUDGET TIME FOR LEARNING TASKS. CM8: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO REMAIN ON TASK. CM9: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO DELVELOP RESPONSIBILITY FOR ASSIGNMENTS. (E.G., KEEP ASSIGNMENT SHEET OR ASSIGNMENT NOTEBOOK). CM10: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS IN CLASS AND/OR OUT OF CLASS. CM11: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO TURN IN COMPLETED ASSIGNMENTS. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 85
  • 92. CM12: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE TESTS (UNIT, LEVEL, WEEKLY) ADMINISTERED IN GENERAL EDUCATION CLASSROOMS. CM13: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN CONTENT MASTERY LAB LEARNING SUPPORTS TO MAINTAIN PASSING GRADES AND/OR AVERAGES. CM14: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN CONTENT MASTERY LAB TEST-TAKING SUPPORTS TO MAINTAIN PASSING GRADES AND/OR AVERAGES. CM15: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO KNOW AND FOLLOW SCHOOL RULES FOR GENERAL EDUCATION. CM16: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO KNOW AND FOLLOW CLASSROOM RULES FOR GENERAL EDUCATION CLASSES. CM17: THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO MAINTAIN PASSING GRADES AND/OR AVERAGES FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES. BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 86
  • 93.
    • CMC
    • DATA REPORT
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  • 94. CONTENT MASTERY VISITS Campus ______________________________ Month _______________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 88 CMC Speech BI Resource TOTAL Week 5 Week 4 Week 3 Week 2 Week 1 No. of Students
  • 95. GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHER SURVEY BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 89
  • 96. CONTENT MASTERY YEAR END EVALUATION AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT School year ________-________ We encourage you to assist in the process of evaluating the Content Mastery/Learning Center in your building by completing the following questions and statements. Check the appropriate box BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 90 7. Do you provide the CM teacher work sheets, tests, copies of overheads, maps, etc., ahead of time so that prior preparation in the Center is possible? 6. Are students sent to the Center for re-teaching of a skill or concept, review for tests and taking the test? 5. Are there times when you forget to send students to the CM Center? 4. Are students as a whole reluctant to leave? 3. Are you made aware of the contents of each special education student’s Individual Education Plan? 2. Are you made aware of modifications that may be appropriate for subject area? 1. Do you conference with the Content Mastery teacher? R E V E N T S O M L A M O D L E S S E M I T E M O S N E T F O S Y A W L A T S O M L A
  • 97. Check the appropriate box Please list suggestions that you feel would help make the CM Center more effective. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your cooperation and input. Please return to _______________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 91 10. Do you feel that the overall program is beneficial for the students? 9. Do you feel that the overall program is beneficial for you? 8. Do you feel that the CM teacher carries through with contacting students and parents about incomplete assignments, failing grades, etc.? R E V E N T S O M L A M O D L E S S E M I T E M O S N E T F O S Y A W L A T S O M L A
  • 98. STUDENT SURVEY BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 92
  • 99. CONTENT MASTERY Year End Evaluation and Needs Assessment School years ________ - ________ Student’s Name ________________________________________ Grade __________________ Please complete the following questionnaire and tell how you feel about the Content Mastery Program. 1. Do you think the Content Mastery Program has helped you this year? ____ YES ____ NO 2. In what ways? (Place an X before each way it has helped.) ______ Help with lessons ______ Someone to read assignments or tests to me ______ Someone who will listen to me ______ Highlighted textbooks ______ Taped textbooks ______ A quieter room to study ______ Organizing notebooks or materials ______ Study skills ______ Help in making passing grades ______ Working on computer/word processor ______ Test reviews ______ Help before/after school and tutorial ______ Hands-on (manipulative) materials for study ______ Other BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 93
  • 100. 3. Did your teachers like for you to go to Content Mastery? ____ YES ____ NO ____ SOMETIMES 4. Did you like going to Content Mastery? ____ YES ____ NO ____ SOMETIMES 5. Did your parents like for you to go to Content Mastery? ____ YES ____ NO ____ SOMETIMES 6. Did you ask to go to the Content Mastery Center? ____ YES ____ NO ____ SOMETIMES 7. Do you have any suggestions for the Content Master Center? ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 94
  • 101. CRITIQUE OF THE CONTENT MASTERY CENTER BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 95
  • 102. CRITIQUE OF CONTENT MASTERY CENTERS I.SCHOOL BASED COMMUNICATION (1) Administrative Support: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (2) Proactive materials from teachers: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (3) Procedures outlined: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (4) In-service of staff, parents and students: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (5) Problem solving: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (6) Information students: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ II.ORGANIZATION OF CONTENT MASTERY CENTER (1) Record keeping; time data; grade data; parent contacts: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (2) Tracking of students: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (3) Folders with IEPs and modifications: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (4) Content materials: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 96
  • 103. III.MATERIALS (1)Adaptations & Manipulatives: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (2)Testing procedures: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (3)Worksheets: _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ (4)Highlighted texts (textbooks and resource materials): ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (5)Taped tests: _____________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (6)Vocabulary lists and cards: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ (7)Visual aids & charts: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ IV.TECHNOLOGY (1)Access to technology: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (2) In-service on use of computer: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (3)Software needs: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BROWNSVILLE ISD CONTENT MASTERY HANDBOOK 2005-2006 97
  • 104.
    • STUDENTS SUCCESS/MANAGEMENT
    • (1) Academic areas: _______________________________________________________
    • _______________________________________________________________
    • (2) Self-management: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • _______________________________________________________________
    • (3) Organization: _______________________________________________________
    • _______________________________________________________________
    • (4) Behavior: _______________________________________________________
    • _______________________________________________________________
    • VI. FUTURE PLANS OF CONTENT MASTERY CENTERS/CRITERIA FOR CONTENTMASTERY TEST SCORES
    • (1) Data collection: _______________________________________________________
    • _______________________________________________________________
    • (2) Justification of program: _______________________________________________________
    • _______________________________________________________________
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