Presentation on theme: "E-CIP Checkpoint “Developing the plan is actually laying out the sequence of events that have to occur for you to achieve your goal.” George L. Morrisey."— Presentation transcript:
e-CIP Checkpoint “Developing the plan is actually laying out the sequence of events that have to occur for you to achieve your goal.” George L. Morrisey
Need For Review Check UnderstandingCheck ProgressProvide Feedback & Support
Why this Method? CIPs that everyone will be able to use! Same expectation s for all schools Same Questions More Pressure
Prior to the Review Schedule review with principal Determine who should attend and invite them Review CIPs prior to review Prepare materials needed to conduct the review
Sample Strategy: To actively involve students in the learning process by increasing communication between teacher and students. The teachers will capture students’ attention at the beginning of class by using bell ringers, attention getters, etc. Teachers will emphasize important information for students by introducing the information in the introduction, repeating it during the lesson, and repeat it again in the summary. Teachers will use specific and familiar examples to enhance students’ understanding of the course topics by using the students’ experiences or prior knowledge. Teachers will vary the pace and type of instructional activities in the class. Teachers will involve students in research to expose them to outside enrichment sources.
Resource File The following documents can be downloaded from the CIP Checkpoint resource file found on the School Improvement website. Continuous Improvement Plan Amendment Review form Specific Actions to Improve the CIP form CIP Seven Reviews What CIP Success Looks Like
QUOTESQUOTES By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. Benjamin Franklin It takes as much energy to wish as it does to plan. Eleanor Roosevelt Plan your work for today and every day and then work your plan. Norman Vincent Peale Before Beginning, plan carefully. Marcus T. Cicero