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Alder Creek Middle North Clackamas

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    • Alder Creek Middle School
      • Al Miller, OMLI Participant and Teacher
      • Emily Behunin, Administrator
    • Who are we?
      • 2-year middle school
      • 7th & 8th grade
      • 700 students
    • Student Details
      • 2007-2008
        • 365 8th graders, 335 7th graders
        • 38% Free & Reduced
        • 49 ELL students, 102 students on IEP’s
    • Teaming
      • Five Teams (Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts)
        • Two 8th grade teams
        • Two 7th grade teams
        • One multi-age team
        • All teams loop for 2 years with the students
    • Math Teacher Configuration
      • Every teacher loops with students, within the team
      • This requires ALL math teachers to understand and teach 2 levels of mathematics each year
      • Levels of Math- Math 7, Pre-Algebra, Math 8, Algebra, Co-Taught Math*, Resource Math* (*Off team class)
    • Alder Creek’s OMLI Math Journey
      • As a department, our work has had an impact for both staff and students...
    • Department Time Our shift since 2005-06 Our shift since 2005-06
      • Sharing professional development ideas and opportunities
      • Doing professional development together
      • Doing math together
      • Working on common assessments
      • Utilized group norms & protocols
    • Implications for Classroom Instruction
      • Aligning curriculum
      • Monitoring student discourse
      • Protocol based student grouping
      • Moving towards justification
    • OMLI Influence
      • Lesson Planning Framework
      • Student Discourse
      • Observations
      • Utilize protocols for staff and students
    • Now what... Beyond OMLI Beyond OMLI
    • As a Department
      • Meet regularly, with common goal
      • Analyze Student Work
      • Case Studies, Article Reviews, Video
      • Common Assessments
      • Shared Leadership
    • Curriculum & Instruction
      • New Oregon Focal Points
      • Going deeper, not wider
      • Developing, implementing and critiquing interventions for students
      • Continuous work around the grades 6-12 math curriculum implementation
    • PLC Development
      • Continue to generate full group leadership and participation as a department.
      • Use formative and summative assessment data for student intervention and reflection on practice.
      • Continue to do math together and visit classrooms.
    • Current 7th graders
    • Current 7th graders: ELL math scores
    • Current 8th graders
    • Current 8th graders: ELL Math scores
    • Current 9th graders
    • Current 9th graders: ELL math scores