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Focus On Student Learning Final

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  • 1. What are we doing? How are we doing? What is the impact on students?
  • 2.
    • RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION (RTI):
    • Provides a framework to ensure that the needs of ALL students are met in a timely
    • and responsive manner.
    • Major Components are :
    •  Levels of instruction which increase in intensity;
    •  Research-based;
    •  Systematic monitoring;
    •  Instructional planning based on student performance data.
    • POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION SUPPORT (PBIS):
    • A research-validated approach to defining, teaching, and supporting appropriate
    • student behaviors.
    • DIBELS:
    • The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) are a set
    • of standardized, individually administered measures of early literacy development.
  • 3.
    • FUNDATIONS:
    • Wilson Fundations for K-3 is a phonological/phonemic awareness, phonics, and spelling program for the general education classroom. Fundations serves as a prevention program to help reduce reading and spelling failure.
    • EAROBICS:
    • Earobics software provides a research-based, comprehensive reading intervention program that helps improve reading proficiency, reading skills and reading.
  • 4. GSS/JFK :
    • Advance Student Achievement:
      • Literacy
      • RTI
      • Technology
      • Sheltered ELL
    • Data Analysis
    • Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment:
      • Map Kindergarten Library Skills
      • Create Curriculum Extensions
    • Professional Development
      • Share expertise
      • Share professional growth experiences
  • 5.
    • Gr. 4: Building a Science Curriculum for understanding:
      • Lesson development and extensions
    • Gr. 4 Deepening Student Learning through Reading Strategies
    • Gr. 5 Integrating Reading Strategies in the Content Areas
    • Gr. 5 Enhancing the Every Day Math Curriculum ( using games to enhance skill development; assessment analysis)
    C.V. Starr:
  • 6.
    • Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment:
      • Aligned Curriculum
      • Create common tests for lessons and projects on common topics
      • Data analysis
    • Professional Development:
      • Shared instructional practice
    • Improved Student achievement on State assessments
    H. H. Wells:
  • 7.
    • Common assessments and curriculum design to the unit and lesson level.
    • New courses built around learning goals, with common assessments and inquiry-based philosophy
    • - Active Physics and Chemistry, Environmental Science
    • - Business Applications and Criminal Justice
    • - Integrated Algebra, Geometry, Business Calculus
    • Cross-curricular alignment: English and Social Studies
    • Structured Study Hall
    • Formative Assessment Demonstrations (Technology)
    Brewster HS:
  • 8.
    • Restructured Professional Development Committee
    • Established 2008-09 Mission and Goals :
    • Address the individual needs of students to ensure measurable academic progress and social-emotional growth.
    • Focus areas :
        • Response to Intervention
        • Formative Assessments
        • Differentiation
        • Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies
        • Sheltered Instruction for ELL
        • Student Writing