Welcome To Scope And Sequence Revisions

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Welcome To Scope And Sequence Revisions

  1. 1. Welcome to Scope and Sequence Revisions Miles Roe Jason Jaffe Scope and Sequence Revisions July 6 th and 7 th
  2. 2. Survey Results 1. Should current changes to the scope and sequence include lesson plans and activities that help teachers fulfill the technology requirements? 100.00% YES 0% NO
  3. 3. Survey Results 2. Do you currently use the technology scope and sequence when planning lessons and assessments? 63% YES 37% NO
  4. 4. Survey Results 3. Do some adjustments to the current K-6 technology scope and sequence need to take place to meet the needs of your students? 100.00% YES 0% NO
  5. 5. Survey Results 4. Do you know the current requirements for technology implementation for your grade level based on the current technology scope and sequence? 100.00% YES 0% NO
  6. 6. Survey Results 5. Are you able to teach your grade level requirements that the current technology scope and sequence states? 75% YES 25% NO
  7. 7. Survey Results 6. What suggestions do you have for us to think about prior to attending the Technology Scope & Sequence revisions workshop? “… we need to keep in mind the teachers who are not comfortable with technology and provide them with the tools and resources to help them instruct in the lab.” “ ..we should also provide lesson plans and contacts for teachers who need clarification.”
  8. 8. Survey Results 6. What suggestions do you have for us to think about prior to attending the Technology Scope & Sequence revisions workshop? “… it would be appropriate to plan activities for the children that go along with software that is appropriate for their age level.” “ .. lesson plans and activities that coincide with the scope and sequence would be helpful, but should not be rigid.”
  9. 9. Survey Results 6. What suggestions do you have for us to think about prior to attending the Technology Scope & Sequence revisions workshop? “… it would be wise to use the scope and sequence as a guideline while addressing the need for a more user friendly document.”
  10. 10. Survey Results 6. What suggestions do you have for us to think about prior to attending the Technology Scope & Sequence revisions workshop? “ Possibility of adding one "technology" piece to each student's portfolio by April conferences.” “ My main suggestion was to give teachers plans that they could use to help students meet the requirements.”
  11. 11. Goals ~ Day 1 <ul><li>Revise the scope and sequence </li></ul><ul><li>statements ensuring grade level </li></ul><ul><li>consistency. </li></ul>2. Revise and expand requirements on the scope and sequence. 3. Discuss if the current layout of the scope and sequence should be altered.
  12. 12. Goals ~ Day 2 <ul><li>Plan and create technology </li></ul><ul><li>assessment activities </li></ul><ul><li>according to grade level. </li></ul>2. How can teachers share their Ideas throughout the year?
  13. 13. Today’s Agenda <ul><li>Revise the scope and sequence </li></ul><ul><li>statements ensuring grade level </li></ul><ul><li>consistency . </li></ul>2. Revise and expand requirements on the scope and sequence. 3. Discuss if the current layout of the scope and sequence should be altered .
  14. 14. Day 2 Agenda <ul><li>Create work samples and label </li></ul><ul><li>them accordingly. </li></ul>2. Create a grade-level mastered skills list, (any format), as well as review the revised scope and sequence. <ul><li>Discuss the possibility of creating </li></ul><ul><li>additional work samples on your own </li></ul><ul><li>for up to 5 hours of compensation. </li></ul>
  15. 15. Saving Key Sample: 4.sci.rocks.jaffe.a 4.sci.rocks.jaffe.b Science: sci. Language: la. Social Studies: ss. Technology: tg. Math: mt. Misc: mc. Reading: rd. a= the description template b=the product

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