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JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012
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JR Gerritts Achievement Goals - Review of 2010-11, Preview of 2011-2012

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A review of the 2010-11 achievement goals at J. R. Gerritts Middle School, and a preview of the goals for 2011-12.

A review of the 2010-11 achievement goals at J. R. Gerritts Middle School, and a preview of the goals for 2011-12.

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  • 1. J.R. Gerritts Middle School
    • 2010-11 Achievement Goal Review
    • 2. 2011-12 Achievement Goal Preview
  • Literacy – Reading Goal 2010-11
    We will increase students’ reading achievement, as measured by the MAP assessment, as follows:
    • Seventh Grade - fall 2010 average of 219 to a spring 2010 average of 223
    • 3. Eighth Grade - fall 2010 average of 222 to a spring 2010 average of 225
  • Literacy - Reading Results
    Goal 225
    Goal 223
    Nat’l Avg
    223
    Nat’l Avg
    219
  • 4. Action Steps - Literacy
    Language Arts Unit Development
    • Concept-Based Units of Study
    • Balanced Literacy Instruction
    • Team-taught Language Arts 7 & 8
    Content Area Literacy
    • Common Core Standards 2 and 8
    2 – Summarization
    8 - Argument
  • 5. Achievement Goal – Math 2010-11
    Double Dip Math Instruction
    We will increase the math achievement of Special Education students receiving “double dip” math instruction as measured by the MAP assessment:
    • Fall 2010 average of 215 to Spring 2011 average of 230
  • Double-DipMath Results
    Nat’l Avg 234
    Nat’l Avg 230
  • 6. Action Steps - Math
    Team-Teaching
    • Regular and Special Education in Grades 7 and 8; collaboration and curriculum work
    Double-Dip Instruction
    • 45 additional minutes daily
    Skill building, re-teaching, additional exploration, and pre-teaching
  • 7. Double-DipMath Growth
    Closing the Gap for Special Education Students
    • 7th grade scores grew from mid-3rd grade to late-6th grade on national norms.
    • 8. 8th grade scores grew from mid-5th to mid-7th grade on national norms.
    • 9. Four students were able to return to regular math without double-dip support before the end of the year.
    • 10. 75% of targeted students made larger gains on MAP than a typical student.
  • 2010 WKCE Performance
    Reading
  • 11. 2010 WKCE Performance
    Math
  • 12. 2011-12
    Achievement Goal Preview - Reading
  • 13. 2011-12
    Achievement Goal Preview - Reading
    • 80% of students identified for either pull-out or team-taught literacy instruction will close the achievement gap by exceeding their expected growth from fall to spring on the MAP assessment.
  • 2011-12
    Achievement Goal Preview - Reading
    • We will maintain or improve our WKCE reading proficient/advanced percentage by improving the rigor of our literacy instruction through the creation and implementation of three units of study each in grades 7 and 8, and through continued Common Core literacy integration in the content areas, by June 2012.
  • 2011-12
    Action Step Preview - Reading
    • Language Arts: Complete 3 additional units each at grades 7 and 8 with enduring understandings and essential questions.
    • 14. Continue Common Core literacy work in content areas (Science, Social Studies, Health, Technology Education, Computer Applications)
    • 15. Both emphasize critical thinking through analysis and evaluation of complex information, and application of that information in new or creative ways.
  • 2011-12
    Achievement Goal Preview - Math
    MAP Data:
    • 7th Grade students identified for Double-Dip Math scored at mid-5th grade level on Spring 2011 MAP.
    • 16. 8th Grade students identified for Double-Dip Math scored at beginning 7th grade level on Spring 2011 MAP.
  • 2011-12
    Achievement Goal Preview - Math
    • Special Education students identified for Double-Dip Math will close the achievement gap by exceeding their expected growth from fall to spring on MAP assessment.
  • 2011-12
    Action Step Preview - Math
    • Double-Dip Math instruction
    • 17. Continue team-teaching and double-dip model (45 minutes of additional math instruction).
    • 18. Collaboration between regular education and new special education teachers.
    • 19. Assess existing materials and framework and make improvements.
    • 20. Use MAP and classroom data to develop and implement individual learning goals for identified students.
  • J. R. Gerritts
    Middle School
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