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1 Introduction to Interim Measurable Objectives (IMOs) Arkansas Department of Education Division of Learning Services School Improvement 1

2 Real World Example Jingle Bell Run/Walk YearBackground Information Walking around the block at a distance of 0 Not walking in an official race in Treadmill sporadically used Walk in the 5 K Jingle Bell Run/Walk with daughter in December of 2013 Chart the number of walks and distance per day/week/month on a calendar Date, Time, and Location of the Jingle Bell Run/Walk 22 nd Annual Little Rock Jingle Bell Run/Walk December 07, :00 a.m. Clinton Presidential Library 2

3 Series of Checkpoints for targeted IMOs Walking Progress IMO 1 September 07, 2013 IMO 2 October 10, 2013 IMO 3 November 11, 2013 Goal December 07, 2013 Distance per month 1.25 K 2.5 K3.75 K 5 K IMO/AMO Statements 3

4 Purpose of the Training Examine Interim Measurable Objectives as defined in the ESEA Flexibility document. Develop a process for creating IMOs. Create relevant IMOs. 4

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6 Interim Measurable Objectives 1.Teacher and leader practice 2.Student progress and achievement— objectives must be set for evaluating interim progress of each low performing subgroup contributing to achievement gaps within the school. 3.Student safety and discipline 4.Parent and community engagement 6

7 Priority School IMOs Interim measurable objectives for: 1.Teacher and leader practice 2.Student progress and achievement— objectives must be set for evaluating interim progress of each low performing subgroup contributing to achievement gaps within the school. 3.Student safety and discipline 4.Parent and community engagement (Turnaround Principles 1, 2, & 4; Strong Leadership, Effective Teachers, & Strengthening Instruction) 7

8 Focus School IMOs The ADE SIS will monitor quality and effectiveness of the district and school in meeting interim objectives and summative AMOs in the TIP. Interim measurable objectives for closing the achievement gap: 1.Teacher and leader practice 2.Student progress and achievement—objectives must be set for evaluating interim progress of each low performing subgroup contributing to achievement gaps within the school. 3.Student safety and discipline 4.Parent and community engagement 8

9 Flexibility Year 1/Priority Page 93 - Priority schools and their LEAs that fail to show progress on their IMOs such as lack of commitment to implementing the PIP may be subject to losing flexibility in the use of state and/or federal categorical funds. 9

10 Flexibility Year 1/Focus Page School and district leadership sign Memorandum of Understanding that outlines accountability and sanctions for implementation of TIP and failure to meet interim and/or summative measurable objectives. 10

11 Flexibility Year 2/Priority Page 94 - ADE SIS monitors external provider, school and district progress weekly based on the PIP and the interim measurable objectives. Page 94 - School leadership team and external provider submit Year 2 PIP progress report of Priority Schools’ progress on interim measurable objectives to district leadership team and ADE SIS and SST. 11

12 Flexibility Year 2/Priority Page 94 - Priority Schools and their LEAs that fail to meet interim measurable objectives may be subject to Academic Distress status. The Arkansas State Board of Education has begun the process to redefine academic distress. A new definition would provide the state with the authority to take control of the school district if progress toward stated goals is not occurring. 12

13 Flexibility Year 2/ Focus Page ADE SIS monitors external provider, or site-based school improvement leader school and district progress monthly based on the TIP and the interim measurable objectives. Page School leadership teams and external providers (where applicable) submit Year 2 TIP progress report of Focus Schools’ progress of interim measurable objectives to district leadership team and ADE SIS. 13

14 Flexibility Year 2/Focus Page If ADE determines that a Focus School is not making progress after one year on the interim measurable objectives or the AMOs, an approved external provider will be required to facilitate the implementation of the TIP. 14

15 Vocabulary AMO- Annual Measurable Objective (Reference to the AMO Report) IMO-Interim Measurable Objective 15

16 What is an IMO? Interim: between, intervals Measurable: a portion, a degree, an estimate of what is to be expected, a step planned or taken as a means to an end Objectives: something toward which effort is directed, a goal. 16

17 IMO An objective (goal) that is planned with intervals. Between now and then, how are you going to break your goal or objective into a series of connected measures that will allow you to accomplish your goal in intervals with increasing or decreasing proportions? 17

18 IMO Components Date- Calendar date Number/Percentage- t he amount of change to increase or decrease Who or What- Who and/or what the change will affect Objective/Goal- What is to be accomplished Tool- What is used to measure the change 18

19 Guiding Questions WHEN is the objective to be accomplished? WHAT number/percentage is to be achieved? What baseline data will be needed? WHO or What will be affected? WHAT objective will be accomplished? WHAT tool will determine the outcomes? 19

20 Basic Sample Structure By (DATE), (NUMBER/PERCENT)% of (WHO AND/OR WHAT) will meet (OBJECTIVE/GOAL) as determined by (TOOL). 20

21 Basic Sample IMO By (_________), (__________________)% of (______________) will meet (_______________) as determined by (______). 21

22 Example IMO 1 By October 31, 2013, 85% of required Classroom Walkthroughs, CWTs will be completed by trained personnel as indicated by Teachscape report. (IF07 and SA Standard 6) (Sample Change in Leader Practice –ESEA Flexibility IMO sample IF07 ) 22

23 Example IMO 2 By October 31, 2013, 200 of required Classroom Walkthroughs, CWTs will be completed by trained personnel as as indicated by Teachscape report. (IF07 and SA Standard 6) (IF07 and SA Standard 6) (Sample Change in Leader Practice –ESEA Flexibility IMO sample IF07 ) 23

24 Example IMOs showing another order On October 12, 2012, The Leadership Team will examine office discipline slips to ensure that classroom referrals will be decreased by 5%. From August 19, 2012 to October 12, 2012, there will be a 5% decrease in the number of office discipline slips submitted to the principal and leadership team. 24

25 IMO - Process 1.Collect Baseline data- During the month of August 2013, 243 discipline slips were submitted to the office. 2.Write the IMO- By October 12, 2013, There will be a 5% decrease in the number of classroom referrals submitted to the principal and leadership team. 3.Review IMO data following the completion date (Post-data) - During the month of October 2013, the data showed there was a 10% decrease in office referrals at

26 If the IMO was not met what will be the next steps? Modify/update the TIP and PIP to reflect the current reality Gather data School leadership team or staff will analyze the actions connected to the IMO. (In many cases the IMO may be attainable.) Targeted Professional Learning (Professional Development) Adjust the next IMO (if applicable) 26

27 Where should we find IMOs in the School Improvement Plan? IMOs are placed in the Benchmark section of the School Improvement (ACSIP) Priority immediately following the goal. 27

28 For the schools using Indistar Wise Ways Indicator: Keeps a focus on instructional improvement and student learning outcomes.(57) Schmoker encourages schools to set small, measurable goals that can be achieved monthly, quarterly, or annually. Small, measurable successes are the seeds of large- scale success, and can release optimism and enthusiasm, or “zest” as Schaffer calls it. A teaching staff can use this zest to maintain energy for reaching further goals. 28

29 Real World Example Jingle Bell Run/Walk YearBackground Information Walking around the block at a distance of 0 Not walking in an official race in Treadmill sporadically used Walk in the 5 K Jingle Bell Run/Walk with daughter in December of 2013 Chart the number of walks and distance per day/week/month on a calendar Date, Time, and Location of the Jingle Bell Run/Walk 22 nd Annual Little Rock Jingle Bell Run/Walk December 07, :00 a.m. Clinton Presidential Library 29

30 Series of Checkpoints for targeted IMOs Walking Progress IMO 1 September 07, 2013 IMO 2 October 10, 2013 IMO 3 November 11, 2013 Goal December 07, 2013 Distance per month 1.25 K 2.5 K3.75 K 5 K IMO/AMO Statements From 08/05/13 to 09/07/13 the Jingle Bell participant will complete K run/walk as indicated in iPhone fitness App.. From 09/07/13 to 10/10/13 the Jingle Bell participant will complete 2.5 K run/walk as indicated in iPhone fitness App.. From 10/10/13 to 11/11/13 the Jingle Bell participant will complete 3.75 K run/walk as indicated in iPhone fitness App.. By 12/07/13 the Jingle Bell participant will complete 5 K in an official race as indicated in iPhone fitness App.. 30

31 Comments on IMO Introduction 31

32 Understanding IMOs in Context Scenario #1 The Power in IMOs 32

33 Background information Sample High School Building grades 9-12 ESEA Flexibility StatusPriority School AMO In improvement for math 20 Algebra I students AMO AMO 57% 32 Algebra I students 33

34 Background information Algebra I Interim Assessment 1 Interim Assessment 2 Interim Assessment 3 Interim Assessment 4 Percentage of students scoring Proficient or Advanced 32%28%17%26% Number of students scoring Proficient or Advanced (Total of 20 students). 6/20 3/205/20 34

35 Flexibility Turnaround Principle Change Teacher and Leader Practice Student Progress and Achievement 35

36 Goal: Increase Math Scores and reach AMO of 57% Intervention: Instructional Teams develop standards-aligned units of instruction for each subject and grade level (IIA01) 36

37 Action 1: Teachers align Algebra I instruction to interim assessment during common planning time. July 12 first unit of instruction due. August 2 second and third units due. September 6 fourth unit due. Action 2: August 19, 2013, Algebra I lesson plans reflect alignment of instruction. 37

38 Action 3: Support Algebra staff with embedded professional learning utilizing instructional facilitators and cooperative staff using common planning time and assigned days with substitutes. Action 4: Leadership follows with classroom observation, Focus Walks and CWTs to monitor alignment. 38

39 Targeted Benchmark Algebra I Interim Assessment 1 Interim Assessment 2 Interim Assessment 3 Interim Assessment 4 Percentage of students scoring Proficient or Advanced 45%50%55%60% Number of students scoring Proficient or Advanced (Total of 32 students). 14/3216/3218/3219/32 39

40 IMO Targeted Benchmark Algebra I IMO Percentage of students scoring Proficient or Advanced as indicated in an IMO statement. 45% IMO: By September 27, 2013, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 45% (14 students). (Post data to be included) 50% IMO: By December 15, 2013, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 50% (16 students). (Post data to be included) 55% IMO: By February 17, 2014, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 55% (18 students). (Post data to be included) 60% IMO: By April 4, 2014, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 60% (19 students). (Post data to be included) 40

41 A Series of IMOs IMO: By September 27, 2013, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 45% (14 students). (Post data to be included) 41

42 A Series of IMOs IMO: By December 15, 2013, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 50% (16 students). (Post data to be included) IMO: By February 17, 2014, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 55% (18 students). (Post data to be included) IMO: By April 4, 2014, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 60% (19 students). (Post data to be included) 42

43 Post IMO Data Algebra I Interim Assessment 1 Interim Assessment 2 Interim Assessment 3 Interim Assessment 4 Percentage of students scoring Proficient or Advanced 45% Met 45% 50% Exceeded 50% at 55% 55% Met 55% 60% Did not meet 60% Met 55% Number of students scoring Proficient or Advanced (Total of 32 students). 14/32 16/32 18/32 19/32 18/32 43

44 IMOs in a Series including Post data IMO: By September 27, 2013, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 45% (14 students). (Data showed 45%, 14/32.) IMO: By December 15, 2013, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 50% (16 students). (Data showed 55%, 18/32.) IMO: By February 17, 2014, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 55% (18 students). (Data showed 55%, 18/32.) IMO: By April 4, 2014, the Algebra I interim assessment will increase the number of students scoring Proficient and Advanced to 60% (19 students). (Data showed 55%, 18/32.) 44

45 If the IMO was not met what will be the next steps? Modify/update the TIP and PIP to reflect the current reality Gather data School leadership team or staff will analyze the actions connected to the IMO. (In many cases the IMO may be attainable.) Targeted Professional Learning (Professional Development) Adjust the next IMO (if applicable) 45

46 Comments and Questions 46

47 Understanding IMOs in Context Scenario #2 The Power in IMOs 47

48 Scenario #2 Part A Safety and Discipline Subcommittee: During the school year there were 882 referrals during instructional time reported to the office for a variety of classroom discipline issues. Due to these referrals, students are missing significant instructional time. The Subcommittee has analyzed and reported the following data to the Building Leadership Team: 48

49 Background information Sample School Building Student Discipline Information 882 referrals in during instructional time 85% were minor infractions according to policy and student handbook 15% of all referrals were major infractions according to policy and student handbook  Of the above 15%, 65% of major infractions were due to fighting 55% of the 882 referrals were initiated from the same grade level 49 1 st Quarter 2 nd Quarter3 rd Quarter4 th Quarter

50 Scenario #2 Part B Building Leadership Team: In order to plan specific interventions and related actions, the Leadership Team will need to review the referral data from the Student Safety and Discipline subcommittee. 50

51 IMO Teamwork Activity Develop a written goal from the above scenario. Create an Intervention (For those using Indistar- This Intervention may or may not be tied to an Indistar Indicator.) Write multiple actions to support a fully developed Intervention. (For those using Indistar – Tasks) Identify the ESEA Flexibility aligned Turnaround Principle:  Change in Teacher and Leader Practice  Student Progress and Achievement  Student Safety and Discipline  Parent and Community Engagement List a series of four connected IMOs to reach the goal. 51

52 Activity – 1. After developing the IMOs and implementing the improvement plan, post data must be included with the IMOs. Return to the written IMOs on your chart paper and write sample post data for the first IMO. 2. What changes if any must be in place before the next IMO deadline? 3. Write the next steps to address the goals that were not achieved by the IMO. 52

53 Goal: Improve student discipline Intervention: IIIC10 All teachers reinforce classroom rules and procedures by positively teaching them. (SA Standard 4,5) 53

54 Action 1: The Student Safety and Discipline Subcommittee will continue to complete on- going diagnostic analysis on major infractions from discipline data. Action 2: After analyzing the data on major infractions, procedures are written and shared with staff. Action 3: During arrival time, lunch time and dismissal, adults will be strategically placed to help reduce behavior during outside transition time. 54

55 Action 4: All adults will stand in classroom doorways at each bell to help reduce behavior during transition between classes. Action 5: Leadership analyzed the data on minor infractions. Classroom observations were scheduled. Action 6: Professional development on classroom and school management will be provided to all staff. 55

56 Action 7: Targeted professional development will be added to appropriate staff PGPs. Action 8: Leadership will monitor procedures and professional development with classroom observation and CWTs. 56

57 Flexibility Turnaround Principle Change in Teacher and Leader Practice Student Safety and Discipline 57

58 A Series of Connected IMOs IMO/Student Safety and Discipline By October 31, 2013, the student safety and discipline subcommittee will analyze the number of office referrals to ensure that fighting will decrease by 50% at the end of the first nine weeks. (Post data to be included) 58

59 A Series of Connected IMOs IMO/ Student Safety and Discipline By December 31, 2013, the student safety and discipline subcommittee will analyze the number of office referrals to ensure that fighting will decrease by 55% at the end of the second nine weeks. (Post data to be included) IMO/ Student Safety and Discipline By March 15, 2013, the student safety and discipline subcommittee will analyze the number of office referrals to ensure that fighting will decrease by 60% at the end of the third nine weeks. (Post data to be included) IMO/ Student Safety and Discipline By May 31, 2013, the student safety and discipline subcommittee will analyze the number of office referrals to ensure that fighting will decrease by 65% at the end of the fourth nine weeks. (Post data to be included) 59

60 If the IMO was not met what will be the next steps? Modify/update the TIP and PIP to reflect the current reality Gather data School leadership team or staff will analyze the actions connected to the IMO. (In many cases the IMO may be attainable.) Targeted Professional Learning (Professional Development) Adjust the next IMO (if applicable) 60

61 IMO Teamwork Activity Based on Campus Data Develop a written goal from the data. Create an Intervention (For those using Indistar- This Intervention may or may not be tied to an Indistar Indicator.) Write multiple actions to support a fully developed Intervention. (For those using Indistar – Tasks) Identify the ESEA Flexibility aligned Turnaround Principle:  Change in Teacher and Leader Practice  Student Progress and Achievement  Student Safety and Discipline  Parent and Community Engagement List a series of four connected IMOs to reach the goal. 61

62 Comments and Questions 62

63 School Improvement (501) Arkansas Department of Education Division of Learning Services 63


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