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Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy: Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success
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  • 1. Stop the Cycle of Illiteracy:Solutions for Leadership, Data and Student Success Maria George Senior Consultant Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 2. The Four Steps to Student Success 1. Evaluate Student and Team Performance 2. Plan Intervention with Reading Team 3. Intervene 4. Monitor – Is it working?Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 3. The Four Steps to Student SuccessWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 4. Assessments Programs Student SuccessLeadership Professional Development Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 5. Characteristics of High Performing Schools • Clear and Shared Focus • Culture of High Expectations for Students and Staff • Effective School Leadership Focused on Instruction • High Levels of Collaboration and Communication • Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Aligned with State StandardsWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 6. Characteristics of High Performing Schools (cont’d.) • Curriculum Focused on Academic Achievement…with emphasis on basic skills in mathematics and literacy • Frequent Monitoring of Teaching and Learning • Focused Professional Development • Safe, Disciplined, Supportive and Caring Learning Environment OSPI, Olympia, WA, 2003; Cawelti (2000)Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 7. But what if…Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 8. We have students who are NOT achieving? What could we do? What should we do? What will we do?Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 9. Key Elements of a Culture Focused on Student Learning Processes for Clarity frequent and regarding what timely each student is monitoring of to learn each student’s learning Plan for sharing A system that information provides about a students with student who is additional experiencing support difficulty Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 10. J.V. Martin Junior High School—circa 1896 Dillon, SC Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 11. JV Martin Junior High School— The Problem • 2/3 of students reading below grade level • School on lowest performing SC schools for more than a decade • High occurrence of discipline problems • Frustration and low morale of staffWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 12. JV Martin Junior High School Dillon, SC 90% Subsidized Lunch 514 Total 19 Other Students 16 Hispanic 125 Caucasian 354 African AmericanWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 13. Percentage of Students Meeting Target Growth in Reading JV Martin Junior High School – Dillon, SC 80% 70% 60% 50% Year 1 40% Year 2 30% Year 3 20% 10% 0% 35% 56% 69%Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 14. Students Who Increased Reading Levels Year 1 to Year 2 JV Martin Junior High School – Dillon, SC Average reading grade level increase of 3.1 grades Grade LevelsIncrease 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8Number ofStudents 1 2 3 10 4 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 15. Decrease in Discipline Referrals – Number of Students JV Martin Junior High School – Dillon, SC2000 Discipline1800 Year 1 referrals to the1600 Year 2 administration14001200 dropped from1000 1,970 students in 800 Year 1 to 600 1,266 students in 400 Year 2. 200 0 Year 1 Year 2 This shows a decrease of 36%.Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 16. 67 SPED 26 3 1 5th Grader BEG - August 2010 END - April 2011 INSTRUCTIONAL 1 2 GRADE LEVEL PROBE ORF Score 26 67 ORF Errors 3 1Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 17. 94 73 SPED 3 1 6th Grader BEG - August 2010 END - April 2011 INSTRUCTIONAL 2 3 GRADE LEVEL PROBE ORF Score 73 94 ORF Errors 3 1Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 18. 94 73 SPED 3 1 6th Grader BEG - August 2010 END - April 2011 INSTRUCTIONAL 2 3 GRADE LEVEL PROBE ORF Score 73 94 ORF Errors 3 1Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 19. 66 81 58 Tier III 12 6 Tier III 1 1 0 1st Grade 2nd Grade Year 1 BEG - October Year 2 BEG - August END - May 2010 END - April 2011 2009 2010INSTRUCTIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL GRADE LEVEL 1 2 GRADE LEVEL 2 3 PROBE PROBEYear 1 ORF Score 12 66 Year 2 ORF Score 58 81Year 1 Errors 6 1 Year 2 Errors 1 0Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 20. 103 98 92 Tier III Tier III2nd Grade 27 3rd Grade Year 1 6 1 Year 2 0 0 BEG - October 2009 END - May 2010 BEG - August 2010 END - April 2011INSTRUCTIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL GRADE LEVEL 1 2 GRADE LEVEL 3 4 PROBE PROBEYear 1 ORF Score 27 103 Year 2 ORF Score 98 92Year 1 Errors 6 1 Year 2 Errors 0 0 Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 21. How did we achieve success? Analyzing the Curriculum Understanding screening and our Instruction prior to procedures, formative, viewing the student as diagnostic and summative having the problem assessments Student Student SUCCESS Using the data to guide Quality professional decision making through development with Sonday regularly scheduled data System 1 and 2 with meetings coaching and DDI embeddedWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 22. Where are your students? • Determine reading level of students – Formative assessments, i.e. DIBELS, AIMSweb • Homogeneous groups of 3-5 • Tier II students…3 days a week • Tier III and SPED students…5 days a week • Groups remain flexibleWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 23. Assessments • Create an assessment schedule for benchmarking and progress monitoring across the year • Make decisions for grouping based on analysis of student data • Student groups are flexible and change as students’ needs change – As determined by diagnostic assessment and CBMWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 24. Data is everyone’s responsibility! • Data needs to be analyzed at the district level, school level, classroom level and individual student level • Information gained from data analysis – and specifically error analysis – need to be embedded back into instruction at the intervention tableWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 25. Benefits of Using • Small group instruction • Incorporates the Big 5 – Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, Text Comprehension • Works with students of all ages • All materials are provided • Affordable and PortableWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 26. Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 27. is an effective intervention in two ways: what is taught and how it is taughtWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 28. Content: What is taught 5 Essential Components of Reading InstructionPhonemic Awareness Phonics Fluency Vocabulary Text ComprehensionWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 29. 1. Isolation 5. Segmentation 2. Identity 6. Deletion 3 Categorization 7. Addition 4. Blending 8. Substitution PHONEME AND PHONEMIC AWARENESS 1. Recognize Rhyme (Rhyming) 2. Generate Rhymes 3 Categorization 4. Blending 5. Segmentation ONSET AND RIME LEVEL 1. Blending 2. Segmentation 3. Deletion SYLLABLE LEVEL 1. Sentence Segmentation 2. Blending 3. Segmentation 4. Deletion WORD LEVELWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 30. Multisyllabic Words Syllable Types CLOVER – Closed, Consonant LE, Open, Vowel Pair, Silent E and R Controlled Syllable Division Rules VCCV, VCV – Option 1 and Option 2; VCCCV – Before a suffix, After a prefix, Before Cle, Between two vowel sounds Complex consonants Trigraphs, Silent letters, Hard and Soft g and c Complex Vowels Long Vowel, Silent E, Predictable vowel teams, Unpredictable vowel teams, R controlled vowel Consonant Blends and Consonant Digraphs CVC Words Letter to Sound Correspondences – Initial, Final and MedialWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 31. How is it taught? “Conscious Visual multisensory procedures using the STUDENT’S eyes, ears, hands and mouth help to link the sound, sight and feel of spoken language Kinesthetic- to the printed Auditory Link Tactile word on the page.” VAKT: Multisensory teaching -Birsh and SchedlerWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 32. Template 1. Read Sounds Teach 2. Spell Sounds Underpinnings 3. Read Words 4. Spell Words TeachNew Material 5. Introduce New MaterialApply & Practice 6. Read Aloud what’s been learned Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 33. Template Phonics Automaticity – quickly & accuratelyWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 34. Template Phonemic Awareness PhonicsWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 35. Template Automaticity – Comprehension –Phonics – Response is Practice at word levelBlend known quick & accurate eases transition tosounds into Vocabulary – sentence levelwords automatically Direct & Indirect Instruction (check for definitions, context, multiple meanings, etc.) Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 36. Template Phonemic Awareness PhonicsFluency – Read and writesentences with prosody(intonation, chunking,phrasing, quick &accurate)Vocabulary – Direct &Indirect Instruction(check for definitions,context, multiplemeanings, etc.) Comprehension – Practice at sentence level eases transition to book level. Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 37. TemplateSteps 1-4 in Lesson Plan repeated Phonemic Awareness Phonics Automaticity – leads to fluency Vocabulary Comprehension Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 38. Template – Time in lesson forPhonemic Comprehension and Vocabulary PracticeAwareness –Blend sounds topronounce words Phonics – Apply rules to read words automaticallyFluency –Read withprosody toshow meaning Vocabulary – Direct & Indirect Instruction (check for definitions, context, multiple meanings, etc.) Comprehension – All underpinning skills in place allows freedom for comprehension at text level. Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 39. How is different fromWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 40. Easy to follow lesson plans Easy to follow lesson plansDirect & Explicit Direct & Explicit31 Minute Lesson Plan 31 Minute Lesson Plan (Step 5: More New Information/Content introduced) May need more teacher preparationSimultaneous & Multisensory Simultaneous & MultisensorySystematic & Cumulative Systematic & CumulativeTeaches English Code (basic) Teaches English Code (upper level language structure)Synthetic & Analytic Synthetic & AnalyticProgress Monitoring Progress MonitoringDiagnostic & Prescriptive Diagnostic & Prescriptive Entry Test: Requires student cognitive readiness Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 41. • What is a syllable? – A syllable is a word, or part of a word, with ONE vowel sound. • Why teach syllables? – Without a strategy for chunking longer words into manageable parts, students may look at a longer word and simply resort to guessing what it is — or skipping it altogether.Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 42. 6 Syllable Types 2nd C – Closed L – Consonant -le 1st O – Open V – Vowel Pair 3rd E – Silent E R – R ControlledWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 43. • What is Syllable Division? – The process of breaking multisyllabic words into separate syllables in order to decode and encode.Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 44. 6 Syllable Division Patterns • Pattern 1: VCCV • Pattern 2: VCV  2(a) and 2(b) • Pattern 3: VCCCV • Pattern 4(a): Suffixes • Pattern 4(b): Prefixes • Pattern 5: Consonant -le • Pattern 6: VVWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 45. Steps in Teaching & Learning Printed Word Recognition in English (Moats, 2000: Speech to Print) Greek-derived morphemes Derivational Morphology: Anglo Saxon & Latin Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes SS2 Inflectional Morphology Common Syllables, Syllabication Fluent Recognition of Word Families 300-500 “Sight Words” Phoneme-Grapheme Correspondences Phonological Awareness K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7+ Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 46. • 8% of the people will be innovators • 17% will be leaders • 29% will be early adopters • 29% will be late adopters • 17% will be resistersWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 47. Let’s raise the bar! • Let’s be the innovators! • Let’s stop the illiteracy cycle!Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.
  • 48. Kids are worth whatever it takes!Winsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, 48 Inc.
  • 49. Winsor Learning Sonday System Maria George Senior Consultant 828-850-2377 maria.george@winsorlearning.comWinsor Learning, Inc. 1620 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | Fax: 651-222-3969 | Phone: 1-800-321-7585 © 2011 Winsor Learning, Inc.

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