Presentation on theme: "School Improvement Planning Mid Year Review, 2012 “The price of doing the same ’ ole thing is far greater than the price of change.” Unknown."— Presentation transcript:
School Improvement Planning Mid Year Review, 2012 “The price of doing the same ’ ole thing is far greater than the price of change.” Unknown
Outcomes Participants will: Identify the characteristics of an effective professional learning community Review relevant data sources, including MAP-R, mClass, Fluency Rates, IRIs, and Discipline Reflect on and update current SIP action plans Discuss next steps for continuous school improvement
Professional Learning Community According to Learning Forward’s recently released 2011 Standards for Professional Learning, professional learning communities: ▫Engage in continuous school improvement, ▫Promote collective responsibility, and ▫Support alignment of individual, team, school, and school system goals
Professional Learning Community Powerful PLCs effectively respond to the four critical questions: ▫What do students need to know and/or be able to do? ▫How will we know they have learned it? ▫What will we do when they haven’t? ▫What will we do when they already know it?
Professional Learning Community Effective PLCs have 6 key characteristics: ▫Focus on Learning/Results ▫Shared Values and Vision ▫Supportive and Shared Leadership ▫Culture of Collaboration ▫Collective Inquiry and Learning ▫Mutual Trust and Respect Dr. Starr has a vision for all schools to engage in a PLC by September 2012
Focus on Learning/Results Essential outcomes/focus Use of common formative assessments or monitoring tools Regular monitoring of student performance Systemic response when students do not learn or targets are not met
Data Review MAP-R, grades 3-5 mClass, grades K-2 IRIs, grades 3-5 Intervention data, fluency, grades 3-5 Discipline data, K-5 O Objective Level R Reflective Level I Interpretive Level D Decisional Level
MAP-R: Grade 3
MAP-R: Grade 4
MAP-R: Grade 5
mClass, Grades K-2
IRI Data, Grades 3-5
QuickReads Fluency, Grade 3
QuickReads Fluency, Grade 4
QuickReads Fluency, Grade 5
Discipline Data-Office Referrals
Discipline Data-By Grade Quarter 1Quarter 2
Discipline Data-By Location Quarter 1Quarter 2
Discipline Data-By Reason
Discipline Data-By Gender Quarter 1 Quarter 2
Action Plan Analysis In pairs or triads, work together to review the assigned action plan. Think about: ▫What have we done so far? ▫What is working? Successes? ▫What is not working? Challenges? ▫Where should we go next? Record your thoughts on the chart paper provided. Be prepared to share.
Professional Learning Community Take another look at the characteristics of effective PLCs--- ▫What do we already have in place? ▫In what areas are we already enjoying success? ▫In what area should we focus to ensure continuous school improvement?
Next Steps Update action plans, send to OSP Identify students for intervention exit Revisit positive behavior interventions and discipline plan; refocus efforts Set up walk-through to gather feedback on differentiated small group instruction in reading and math