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5301 final action plan


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5301 final action plan

  1. 1. Action Plan Goal: The goal of this action research is for the advancement of the economically disadvantaged students of my school in the area of math. The students will benefit with higher math grades, greater confidence in their math skills, and therefore the opportunity to enroll in higher level math classes. Higher level math classes could lead to more career opportunities than they may have otherwise had. The school and teachers will benefit from student improvement, higher standardized test scores and possibly a higher school rating. Parents and the community will benefit with higher achieving, better educated members. Action Steps(s): Person(s) Timeline: Needed Resources Evaluation Responsible: Start/End Identify our Head Counselor, August, 2010 - List of students on Completed list, economically Assistant Principal, September, 2010 free and reduced disaggregated by disadvantaged (ED) Cheryl Scott lunches, Child grade level, SPED students for the 2010 Nutrition Services vs. regular students, – 2011 school year. and by subgroups Assessment instrument – list of students Analyze quantitative Head Counselor, October, 2010 – AEIS Reports for Determine list of ED data such as AEIS Assistant Principal, December, 2010 past 5 years from students that have and TAKS scores Cheryl Scott TEA Website; failed any or all of broken down by math TAKS tests objective; analyze Individual math since 7th grade; chart INOVA data for TAKS scores per any noticeable trends future predictions of student since 7th both individually and performance grade from as a group for past counseling office; and future INOVA data from predictions Assistant Principal Assessment instrument – charts and/or graphs of trends by group and for individuals Analyze qualitative Math faculty, Cheryl Complete by end of Constructed survey Compile results of research - Survey Scott January, 2011 asking possible survey and match to ED students that are questions such as student’s quantitative at risk of failing how students feel data their math class and/ about math, what or their TAKS test; types of teaching interview a random works best for them Assessment sample for deeper in a math classroom,
  2. 2. understanding of the list of any positive instrument – survey math experiences compilation of they have had, ask individual student what can we do to data, organized in help them in math personalized folders Research literature Cheryl Scott Ongoing from Internet, Library, Determine ideas for pre-existing August, 2010 – Principal, Associate about successful or knowledge about January, 2011 Principal unsuccessful this subject methods that have been used at other schools; what do the experts say to do or not do Assessment instrument – decision as to what we need to do on our campus based on the research data and the individual data of our students Harris, S., Edmonson, S., & Combs, J. (2010). Examining what we do to improve our schools: 8 steps from analysis to action. Larchmont, NY: Eye On Education. Format based on Tool 7.1 from Examining What We Do to Improve Our Schools (Harris, Edmonson, and Combs, 2010)