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1 Using Summer School to Point the Way to the Common Core Classroom 1

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4 Lisa Dreher Academic Coach Harbour View Elementary Summerfield, Florida 4

5 Who Are Your Summer School Students?  Struggling Students  Academic Underachievers  ELL  IEP  Behavioral Difficulties 5

6 What Are the Challenges With These Students?  Academic Remediation  Disengagement  Lack of Motivation  Disconnect from Learning  Sustainability 6

7 Raising the Stakes: Common Core Expectations  Higher Standards  Demonstrate Work  Consistent Growth  Participation  Engagement with Learning 7

8 Raising the Stakes: Common Core Interventions  Backfilling Deficits  Growing to Proficiency  Differentiating  Reconnecting  Developing Motivation 8

9  Connect Academic Remediation to Social and Emotional Skill Building  Jump Start the Fall Common Core Classroom Summer School Opportunity: 9

10 Opportunity to Build:  Confidence  Study Skills  Pro-Social Skills  Self-Monitoring  Self-Regulation  Positive Interaction  Appropriate Engagement  Intrinsic Motivation 10

11 Rigor / Relevance Framework  Guides HVE Approach  Most Students Moving to Quadrant D  Question: How to get Struggling Students There? 11

12 Rigor, Relevance & Relationships  3 rd “R” – Relationships – was Critical for our Struggling Students  Seeing Disconnects as Early as 2 nd & 3 rd Grade  Needed an Approach that was Organic  Seeking to Catalyze Internal Motivation 12

13 Learning Together Model  Peer Tutoring  Peer Mentoring  Peer Teaching  Peer Learning Designed as Common Core Aligned to STAAR, SOL Reading or Math Grades 2-12 13

14 Learning by Teaching Pairing 2 Struggling Students Rigorous Content, Structure Scaffolded for Success Repairs Academic Deficits Engages Positive Psychological and Developmental Growth “Teaching is the highest form of understanding.” -- Aristotle 14

15 It Starts With… …Selection 15

16 Building Social and Emotional Skills  Leadership Academy  Scholars Institute 16

17 Common Core Lessons  Common Core Content Anchor Standards Learning Practices  Common Core Instruction Reading and Math Grades 2-12 17

18 Every Lesson is 2 Sessions 1.Learning & Practice Teachers to Tutors 18

19 Every Lesson is 2 Sessions 2.Application & Mastery Tutors to Tutees 19

20 Every Lesson is 2 Sessions 20

21 Learning Together Summer Options Reading Boost – Fluency & Comprehension  Reading Together – 2 nd Grade  Reading Together – 3 rd Grade  Reading Together Intermediate (4 th –6 th Grade Interest) Math Confidence Boost  Math Together Elementary: Critical Thinking  Available in English or Spanish Pre-Algebra “Boot Camp”  Get Ready 4 Algebra Advanced Reading & Writing Boost  Reading Together – Secondary (7 th Grade + Interest) 21

22 Inside Every Learning Together Program Proven Methodology and Structure  Peer Learning, Learn by Teaching Evidence Based, Research-Driven  Developmental Psychology  Brain Research  Best Teaching Practices Scaffolded Content  Academic Acceleration  Developing Pro-Social Skills 22

23 Extended Framework Social and Emotional Resilience Ethical Decision Making Exploring Career Pathways Building Study Skills Improving Test-Taking Skills 23

24 Teacher Support Training: 1 Day Planning & Calendaring All-Inclusive Kits Follow-up Coaching Support Resources 24

25 Results 3 rd Party Research Academic Achievement Improved Attendance Reduced Behavioral Referrals Consistent Across Districts, Subgroups Long-Term Impact 25 *Sample:Long-Term Reading Together Implementation, Cherry Creek, Colorado

26 Confidence… By Design 26

27 Take Aways  Build Social and Emotional Skills: Link to Academic Content  Don’t be Afraid to Pair Struggling Students  Structure is Critical: First Steps Must Drive Initial Success  Set Behavioral Expectations and Reinforce Constantly  Don’t Fake It: Students Know 27

28 Action Steps  Open Door to Real Responsibility  Reteach Fundamental Learning Skills  Allow Success then Expect Success  Incorporate Social and Emotional Support  Link to Rigorous Foundational Academic Content  Motivate, Monitor, Measure 28

29 29 Ready to Star in the Common Core Classroom

30 30 Contact Learning Together: Valerie Combrink 1-866-921-0000 (toll-free) or 1-336-852-6422 or Email:

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