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  • 1. SIP InterviewPlanting the seeds for Student and Staff Success Traci M Frank EdPsy 510 9/19/13
  • 2. Nurturing the SIP Assemble a leadership team Work with district, state, commun ity, and school leadership to create a plan by analyzing the data Build in professional development opportunities in and out of the building Growing a SIP Revisit plan often, modify as necessary keeping the mission and vision a priority Provide time for teams to meet frequently in PLCs focused on student achievement
  • 3. Growing a School Improvement Plan Leadership Team & Categories Leadership team was personally selected due to the leadership abilities and current needs of the school Leadership teams are comprised of the principal, grade level team leaders, instructional coach, SPED teacher, Title 1 teacher, parents and community members, ELL staff, and social Categories: Reading, Math, Writin g, Science, and “Other”. Subject goals are identified through AMO. “Other “ is building based such as school climate, culture, etc. Includes current student data: DIBELS, MAPS, MSP. Summary of current strengths and weaknesses as well as a research based rationale for strategies and interventions
  • 4. Spreading the seeds throughout the school Must have a rationale for why the intervention strategies chosen are appropriate. Research based in best practices Leadership teams go to their PLCs and recreate this process, creati ng SMART goals for each subject. Leadership team meets every two weeks to discuss progress
  • 5. Professional Development Professional Development is Key! Must have a PD and Community plan Principal receives 14 hours a year to work on SIP with staff Leadership team receives 3 release day for district level meetings Every grade level receives four ½ days for PLC/RTI Weekly collaborati on (late start) Admin attend weekly meetings No Excuses Universit y/GLAD Common Languag e Goal: Student Achieveme nt
  • 6. Maintaining positive growth Foundation The school must have a common mission and vision. “Every student , without exception and without excuse, will be proficient or advanced in reading, writing, math, and citizenship.” Budget Considerations District provides administrators money to use as they see fit. Can hire and use for hiring more staff, staff resources, services, principal directed. Focus has been on RTI efforts. Teaching Buy-In Created through the leadership team. Teacher leaders model and complete the process with their teams. Every team members has ownership in the plan. Supported by frequent and focused district PD . Evaluation: Assessments Used for Monitoring Common formatives, district, curriculum based, teacher created. Both formative and summative. Examples include: DIBELS, State Benchmarks such as RBAs and MBAs, Fuchs & Fuchs

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