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PPT to share with teachers on 7-24-12.

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  • 1. Hale Kula Elementary School School Year 2012-2013 Welcome!
  • 2. Welcome to Our New Teachers! Alyssa Tanaka (Kindergarten) Victoria Duncan (Grade 1) Laura D’Alfonso (Grade 3) Lee Noto (Grade 4) Brent Copple (Grade 5) Anne Calef (Grade 5) Esther Park (Grade 5) Keith Merriam (Grade 5)
  • 3. Other Personnel Changes: Jahna Lau (Kindergarten) Cynthia Michaud (Grade 1) Marlon Gomez (Grade 2) Mailei Stachel (Grade 3) Lora Dunham (Grade 3) Kerri Korycinski (Grade 3 general ed) Megan McKee, Cheryln Cole, Beth Araki (RTI Literacy Coach) Lynele Basug, Tami Sego, Carmen Pita (Data Coaches) Jessica Forney is now Jessica Curtis
  • 4. Inclusion ActivityThink of your assignment to read/review one of the following: “RSA Animate – Changing Education Paradigms,” “A Bucket List for K-12 Students,” or “What is the Purpose of Education?”Review our school mission:Hale Kula Elementary School educates all students to be effective members of a global society. This includes educating them to be competent and confident complex thinkers and lifelong learners.
  • 5. Inclusion Activity - continued Your assignment: How does our school mission match what you read or viewed? What do we want our students to be able to do when they leave our classrooms? Get into groups of 4. You have 10 minutes to share your viewpoints and come up with a statement that reflects your group’s views about education today. Using a mobile device, post your group’s statement to: You are limited to 140 characters.
  • 6. Announcements Adequate Yearly Progress – In Good Standing, Pending Norbert Award DoD Facilities Grant Growth Model Attendance Incentive Program Review contents of Teacher Packet
  • 7. Professional Development 2012-2013
  • 8. Focuses for SY 2012-2013
  • 9. Tomorrow’s Assignment: Come up with norms for Data Team meetings, guidelines which we can all agree on to make our meetings more productive. Examples:  Begin and end on time  Come to the meeting with your “homework” completed  No side conversations We will compile all grade level suggestions and come up with school-wide norms for Data Team meetings.
  • 10. Role of the Coach Work with classroom teachers to ensure the required data is collected. Guide discussions about the data; work as a team to analyze the data and agree on SMART goals and instructional strategies every teacher will implement in their classroom. Work with classroom teachers and co-teach if requested to implement agreed-upon instructional strategies. Meet with the RTI and Data Coach at least once per month (e.g. during PE time) to review data for your classroom. Serve as a COACH to improve teaching and learning at Hale Kula.
  • 11. Leilehua Complex K-12 Plan1. 100% of teachers in the Leilehua Complex will integrate technology in their teaching and learning so students use technology and web2.0 tools to: Develop critical thinking skills Communicate Collaborate Create
  • 12. Leilehua Complex K-12Construct2. 100% of teachers will teach a lesson on goal- setting, set a goal for the class, and track their progress. 80% of our students will set a goal for themselves for the year and track their progress.3.100% of Leilehua Complex schools will use Thinking Maps as a common language for leadership. School teams will use Thinking Maps to organize thinking when problem- solving, analyzing data, goal- setting, action planning, etc.
  • 13. Other Introduce the 8 Thinking Maps (1 per week)
  • 14. School Blogs: Hooray for Our Hale Kula Staff Hooray for Our Volunteers Hale Kula Highlights
  • 15. Let’s have a great school year! Our DOE and USDOE Goal –Students will be college and career ready by the time they graduate.