Blackboard K12<br />Driving Greater Student Performance with Blackboard LearnTM and Blackboard ConnectTM<br />
Some housekeeping items<br />2<br />Today’s webinar is scheduled to last for 1 hour<br />All participants will be muted to ensure the presentation can proceed without interruption<br />Questions can be submitted via the Q&A screen at any time<br />We will do our best to answer all questions. Due to the size of the audience today, a number of questions will have to be answered following the session<br />
About Today’s Speakers<br />3<br />Duncan Moss<br />Sr. Director K12 Marketing<br />Blackboard<br />Scott Smith<br />Chief Technology Officer<br />Mooresville Graded School District (NC)<br />David Adney<br />Principal<br />Minnetonka School District (MN)<br />
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6<br />Our Vision: <br /><ul><li>Close the gap between the way students live and the way they learn
Empower district leadership to communicate directly and effectively
Engage parents in their child’s academic progress
Deliver a 21st Century educational experience</li></li></ul><li>7<br />Blackboard K12 Value Proposition <br />Learn & Connect …<br />Share essential classroom information more effectively with your learning community. Promotegreater collaboration among teachers, parents, students and local community members to significantly improve student performance and district success.<br />
Cultural Shift</li></li></ul><li>What does the data say?<br />Mooresville Intermediate School<br />2009 - 2010 <br />Performance Composite = 82%<br />Expected Growth & High Growth<br />Met all 27 AYP Target Goals (08-09)<br />Attendance improved<br />from 96.5% to 97.4% (08-09)<br />Suspensions decreased from 86 (07-08) to 21 (08-09)<br />
MOORESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL END OF COURSE DATA<br />18% overall gain in 4 years<br />Suspensions went down 64% from 07-08 to 08-09.<br />
Academic Achievement<br />AYP<br /><ul><li>Out of 115 School Districts - only 6 districts made all AYP Targets.
Mooresville was one of the 6 districts in North Carolina.
Mooresville had the highest number of targets met.</li></li></ul><li>Academic Achievement<br />School Year:<br />2009-2010<br />MGSD Ranked <br />4th in <br />the State<br />Formula: Number of Proficient Test Scores on Reading Grades 3-8, Math Grades 3-8, and EOCs divided by the total number of tests taken in school year 2009-2010.<br />Rutherford Per Pupil Expenditure $8,456.08 (71)<br />
The Need:<br />Find a way to offer Health Instruction that:<br />Has greater impact on students’ lives<br />Expands students’ choices in scheduling other classes<br />Builds stronger adult support systems for students to use in decision-making<br />Is responsive to current health issues<br />
Embedded Health Model<br />Traditional Format<br />One semester of <br />selected topics offered during the sophomore year in a typical classroom setting.<br />Approximately 80 hours<br />Embedded Format<br />Selected topics <br />presented over four years at age-appropriate times in a “pullout” classroom format.<br />Approximately 80 hours<br />