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1 Beyond Textbooks Inservice: Reteach & Enrich ** District Name **

2 Welcome & Introductions Today’s Presenters:

3 Please discuss this question & be ready to share out. Bellwork: What is your experience with Reteach and Enrich?

4 Today’s Agenda Welcome, Introductions, Review of Agenda Purpose of Reteach and Enrich Implementation Data-driven placements Grouping/Rotating Students Challenges/Questions Create an action plan Closure

5 Inservice Objectives Review the purpose of Reteach and Enrich Share nuances for implementation Discuss the implementation of Reteach & Enrich at your school/district

6 Reteach/Enrich Essential Questions By the end of the training, we hope you have answers to these important questions: What is Reteach/Enrich? How can Reteach and Enrich increase student achievement?

7 The 4 Questions to Ask - DuFour 1. Exactly what is it we want all students to learn? 2. How will we know when each student has acquired the essential knowledge and skills? 3. What happens in our school when a student does not learn? 4. What happens in our school when a student meets proficiency? Why Reteach and Enrich?

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11 How does Reteach Improve Achievement? Smaller class size & a different teacher = more one-on-one support & lessons delivered in a different way Focus on ONE Essential Standard Additional TIME to focus on areas of need

12 Without Reteach Opportunities we get this...

13 Or on days when this happens, what do we do?

14 How does Enrich Improve Achievement? ★ More time to explore the standard ★ Instruction at a higher level of rigor ★ Pre-teaching of skills ★ More students exceed on AIMS

15 We’ve got to meet the needs of our individuals!

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17 Please discuss this question and be ready to share Think: What is the purpose of reteach & enrich?

18 Today’s Agenda W elcome, Introductions, Review of Agenda P urpose of Reteach and Enrich Implementation Data-driven placements Grouping/Rotating Students Challenges/Questions Create an action plan Closure

19 Implementation Essential Questions: What are implementation steps to think about for Reteach/Enrich? How would this look at your school?

20 Key Steps to Implementation 1. Cycle on the Curriculum Calendar 2. Choose a subject to focus on for R/E 3. Determine time in schedule 4. Set up guidelines

21 Example Reteach/Enrich Schedule November Reteach/Enrich Based on Formative Data from Previous Week 1. Cycle on the Curriculum Calendars

22 Example Reteach/Enrich Schedule December Reteach/Enrich Based on Formative Data from Previous Week Administer Benchmark Test Reteach/Enrich Based on Benchmark Data 1. Cycle on the Curriculum Calendars

23 ★ Math or Reading ★ Consistent school-wide 2. Choose a Subject for Reteach/Enrich ★ Area of greatest need

24 3. Find TIME in the Schedule

25 Take a look at your schedule

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36 Other Important Pieces May use peer tutors to assist in classes Students exit reteach upon showing mastery

37 Involving Specialists & Parapros at Elementary Teaching roles assigned based on strengths of teachers Have Reteach/Enrich at same time (or not) across campus. * Specialists can have small classes of Reteach kids in other areas (planning done by content teacher). * Those less experienced can work with younger grade levels Schedule must be set up so specialists and paras know where to report regularly

38 With your group, discuss the following topics: 1. When in your schedule will you have reteach/enrich and what subject will you focus on during this time? 2. Using the examples, brainstorm some guidelines for reteach/enrich. Planning Time

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40 Today’s Agenda W elcome, Introductions, Review of Agenda P urpose of Reteach and Enrich Implementation Data-driven placements Grouping/Rotating Students Challenges/Questions Create an action plan Closure

41 Beginning of the Year Week 2: Focus on rules/procedures and relationships with students Week 3: Start reteach/enrich based on formative data

42 Remainder of the Year: Driven by Formative and/or Benchmark Data Options: ✓ Formative data to place students every other week ✓ Benchmark data to place students for the first two weeks of every quarter ✓ Fluid movement depending upon individual needs

43 Formative-Driven Reteach 1.Give formatives... analyze data out of 5 = RETEACH 4-5 out of 5 = ENRICH 1.Determine who will teach what 2.Develop new lessons 3.Administer parallel formative

44 TWO Formatives on the BT Wiki

45 Benchmark-Driven Reteach/Enrich 1.Less than 75% on Benchmark, go to Reteach 2.Reteach low standards and retest students 3.Enrich students do higher level skills from standards on Benchmark

46 Grading Reteach ★ CONSISTENT grading policy & weight of formatives for a school site ★ Separate grade for class as a whole (middle/high school) ★ Retest score replaces the original formative score or Benchmark score(take highest score)

47 With your group, discuss the following topics: 1. What data will you focus on to drive your reteach & enrich grouping? 2. What will your grading policies be? Planning Time

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50 Today’s Agenda W elcome, Introductions, Review of Agenda P urpose of Reteach and Enrich Implementation Data-driven placements Grouping/Rotating Students Challenges/Questions Create an action plan Closure

51 Organizing Reteach Groups 1. Teachers create list of who will attend reteach based on formative data 2. Attendance Check-in 3. Student Passes 4. Rotate to designated location

52 Tracking Data Track data throughout multiple retests & assessments to monitor student progress

53 39%, to 75%, to 89%!! Results... Increase Student Achievement!!

54 Data Collection - Formatives

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57 With your group, discuss the following topics: 1. How will you group your students, and when will this grouping occur? 2. How will you capture your student data, and when will this be collected each week? Planning Time

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59 Today’s Agenda W elcome, Introductions, Review of Agenda P urpose of Reteach and Enrich Implementation Data-driven placements Grouping/Rotating Students Challenges/Questions Create an action plan Closure

60 Time When can you fit this in to your schedule? Master Schedule How can you build an advisory time period into your high school schedule? Lesson Planning What will students (in MS and HS) do who do not go to reteach? Challenges of Reteach & Enrich

61 Teacher communication on student placement & lesson planning When will this occur? Difficulties in finding students A class roster can be created...otherwise, office staff needs flexibility Students rotating from advisory to their designated class on time

62 Please discuss this question & be prepared to share Think: What are some additional challenges you foresee with incorporating reteach and enrich?

63 Other Implementation Considerations

64 Monitor & Adjust Time to reflect on the process Keep it hot on the agenda in team meetings Communication is key to the process

65 What happens when the data is low? Monitor & Adjust 3rd Diagnose: What materials are appropriate for instruction? 1st Diagnose: Is it materials, is it instruction, is it management, is it relationships, blips vs. trends 2nd Diagnose: What skills need to be retaught based on the data?

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70 Reteach and Enrich--planning at the right level of rigor

71 Reteach--planning/teaching at DOK levels 1 and 2 Reteach Examples: identify, define, recognize, graph, compare, categorize, etc.

72 Enrich--planning/teaching at DOK levels 3 and 4 Enrich Examples: formulate, cite evidence, develop a logical argument, analyze, create, etc.

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74 With your group, discuss the following topics: 1. When will you meet to discuss your formative & benchmark data? 2. How will you and your team work together to plan reteach & enrich lessons? Planning Time

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76 Today’s Agenda W elcome, Introductions, Review of Agenda P urpose of Reteach and Enrich Implementation Data-driven placements Grouping/Rotating Students Challenges/Questions Create an action plan Closure

77 Throughout our time today you Determined the purpose of reteach/enrich 2. Identified a content area to focus on 3. Brainstormed Guidelines/Expectations for staff 4. Determined when it can fit in the schedule 5. Determined where reteach will be held 6. Brainstormed how to group students for classes 7. Determined grading guidelines & how to capture data 8. Identified potential challenges of reteach & enrich

78 Other Planning Items to Consider 1. When will you begin reteach/enrich? 2. When will you have time each week to meet as a grade level to group students? 3. When will you have time each week to plan reteach & enrichment lessons? ** Take this time to continue to create your action plan & discuss the items above. Refer to page 19 in your handouts for these action plan items. **

79 Closure What do you look forward to in implementing reteach and enrich? What do you think this can potentially do for your students’ achievement and confidence as learners? ** Think Time: Share with a neighbor **


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