Presentation on theme: "CIP Part IV: Culture Strategies to Address School Safety/Classroom Management/Discipline/RTI Framework/Building Supportive Learning Environments."— Presentation transcript:
CIP Part IV: Culture Strategies to Address School Safety/Classroom Management/Discipline/RTI Framework/Building Supportive Learning Environments
Writing the Plan. The plan is written by a team. The team plays a vital role in analyzing data and determining goals, strategies, and action steps. The Principal is a key leader in the process and understands the plan. Weaknesses in the Needs Assessments are addressed throughout the whole plan. All parts of the plan are connected and related. Communicating the Plan. The plan is communicated to and approved by the Board and signed by the Principal, Federal Programs Coordinator, and CIP team. The SIS and Principal/leadership team plan together how they will effectively communicate the plan to faculty, staff, parents, community, and students. Implementing and Documenting. All teachers understand the plan and "work" the plan. All teachers contribute to documenting evidence of their support of the plan. Conducting a Thorough Check Point. LEAs, with the assistance of the SDE, conduct a thorough checkpoint of all CI Plans evaluating the goals, strategies, action steps as they relate to the needs assessment and make recommendations. The LEA checks the Culture Page and Professional Development page to make sure it addresses the identified needs. Monitoring and the Seven Reviews. The LEA/SIS assist the Principal in conducting the seven reviews. The LEA/ SIS assist the schools in preparing/preplanning the reviews. The LES/SIS assist the schools in determining how feedback and support is given after each review. The plan is fluid and reflects necessary changes/additions after each review. 2
CIP Part IV CULTURE Culture Defined Culture and Needs Assessment Part IV eCIP Culture Worksheet Sample Culture Strategy, Action Steps, Benchmarks, Interventions
Every school has a culture and every school can improve its culture. Culture
Shared beliefs, opinions, priorities, attitudes, and customs which drive the thinking and actions of the people within a school community. Definition of Culture
School culture is directly related to achievement and also linked to staff satisfaction, parent engagement and community support. Melton-Shutt(2002)
ACTIVITY What makes this school a great place to work? What makes it a place where students learn? If you surveyed your students about the school what would be their perception? What data source are you using to support your answers?
Part IC – Local Data: School & Grade Level Assessments Surveys (Parent, Student, Teacher) Program specific Info (V- Math, Think Link, etc. State Initiatives and Vendor Data RtI Information Career Tech Information Educate Alabama Part ID – Culture Data Demographics – student and teacher attendance, student discipline, and drop out graduation rate information Perception – parent perceptions, Pride survey information Process – curricula and personnel issues related to EL and information related to curriculum alignment, instructional strategies, reform strategies, and extended learning opportunities Needs Assessment
Demographics Discipline increased by 10% from 522 in to 574 in Student attendance rate was 89% for the school year. This is 5% lower than the 94% for the previous year.
Perception 44% of the students surveyed on the Student Perception Survey feel that the school is not a welcoming environment.
Process Lack of opportunity for all members of the professional learning community to meet collaboratively in order to meet the needs of struggling students. Although we have had intervention programs in place, we still have students performing below grade level.
PART IV: STRATEGIES TO ADDRESS SCHOOL SAFETY, CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT/DISCIPLINE, RtI FRAMEWORK AND BUILDING SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Short Name for Challenge: Challenge Description Strategy Name: What research-based strategies/actions will be used to improve student academic performance? (give specific strategies, not just programs or program names.) How will the school provide timely assistance if strategies do not change performance? What resources and specific expenditures will be needed for successful implementation?(ex: 6 classroom libraries, $ ) Action Step Name: What research-based actions will be used to improve student academic performance? (give specific strategies, not just programs or program names.) How will progress for each action step be measured?