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  • 1. Regional Design Team Arredondo Elementary February 16, 2010
  • 2. Regional Design Team Objective
    • Extension of last year’s Strategic Planning Committee
    • Work with middle and elementary schools to increase academic achievement and student enrollment
    • 4 teams (1 Middle School and its Elementary Feeder Schools)
  • 3. Arredondo Elementary
    • McKemy Middle School
    • STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math
    • International Studies (attributes similar to International Baccalaureate)
    • Connolly Middle School
    • Peggy Payne Academy
    • AVID
  • 4. Arredondo Elementary
    • Teaching the whole child
    • Reading delivery system model
    • Body-Brain compatible education
    • Thinking Maps and Supplemental programs
    • School-wide Language learning model
    • Grade-level “community service projects”
  • 5. Teaching the “Whole Child”
    • Academics
    • Social
    • Emotional
  • 6. Reading Delivery System Model
    • 90 minute reading block
    • 30 minute intervention
    • Small group instruction
    • Literacy stations
    • Continuous assessment to monitor student achievement
  • 7. Body-Brain Compatible Education
    • Warm environment conducive to student learning
    • Town Hall/Community Circle
    • Life Skills/Life Long Guidelines
    • Building a classroom community
  • 8. Thinking Maps
    • 8 visual maps that represent 8 thought processes
    • Student built/created
    • Write From the Beginning (using the maps to organize writing)
    • ELL Maps (differentiating maps to meet the language levels of students
  • 9. School-wide Language Learning Model
    • 4-hour block (reading, writing, grammar, speaking, vocabulary)
    • Self-contained English Language Learner classrooms
    • Blended Classrooms (students on Individual Language Learning Plans)
  • 10. Grade-level Community Service Projects
    • Each grade level chooses a project
    • Students plan, problem-solve, implement and reflect on project
    • Possible “being there” field trip experiences
    • Opportunity to give back and be a part of a larger community
    • Teaching students to be responsible citizens and contributors to their community
  • 11. Community Forum
    • Questions, Comments, Concerns?