R O Relationships Outstanding Instruction Collaboration C Knowledge
Relationships Outstanding Instruction + Collaboration Knowledge ROCK the Bulldog!
RELATIONSHIPS Team meetings * American Education Week Staff breakfasts /Mtgs. * Interpreters Community meetings * Positive phone calls/postcards Home visits * Team pairing (2nd-5th) Back to school night * Communication Boxes Judy Center Outreach & Head Start * Family nights Student of week/birthdays * Parent Conferences Business partnerships * Co-Teaching * PBIS PTA events (carnival) * Volunteers * Counseling lessons & groups
OUTSTANDING INSTRUCTION Data driven – long range planning Hands-on/” real-life” or world connections Co-teaching/ Co-planning/ Communication Flexible grouping (whole group, small group, indep.) Science Fair/ Projects / SCH Connecting instruction & homework to student interest Manipulatives * Technology Differentiation * Words Their Way Reciprocal teaching * Parent Preview Sheets Benchmarking * Articulation *RST/MST
COLLABORATION Administrator-Teacher (surveys, observations, long-range planning) Administrator – Student (tea parties, class visits, awards) Teacher-Teacher (co-teaching relationships, aligning instruction, content to match gr.levelcurric., long range planning sessions, breakfast ) Student-Student (dynamic grouping to complete diverse tasks, setting class or grade level goals) Family-School (Judy Center, SIT, PTA, PPW, Cultural liaisons, conferences, Friday reports, Family Involvement Committee
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