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Parent Information Meeting April 23, 2013. In a Professional Learning Community Teachers collaborate - intra and inter teams Analyze Data, Plan Instruction.

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1 Parent Information Meeting April 23, 2013

2 In a Professional Learning Community Teachers collaborate - intra and inter teams Analyze Data, Plan Instruction with Best Practices Design Remediation and Enrichment Instruction Core Beliefs  All students can learn at high levels; lifelong learners  Continuous improvement results from collaboration  Evidence sought to prove student learning  Instruction designed from performance data

3 National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future “Quality teaching is not an individual accomplishment, it is the result of a collaborative culture that empowers teachers to team up to improve student learning beyond what any of them can achieve alone. The idea that a single teacher, working alone, can know and do everything to meet the diverse learning needs of 30 students every day throughout the school year has rarely worked, and it certainly won’t meet the needs of learners in years to come.” (Carroll, President; 2009) Research Proves this to be True Higher student performance achievement found in schools with increased teacher collaboration (Goddard, Tschannen-Moran; 2007)

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5 1. Design Instruction and Thematic Units 2. Create Assessment Tools  Common Formative (CFA) and Summative 3. Analyze Student Performance Data  Trimester, Chapter, CFAs and Summative 4. Guide Re-teach and Enrichment 5. Inform Intervention Instruction 6. Monitor Student Progress

6 Response to Intervention  Push-In and Pull-Out Models – Leveled  Paced Instruction  Pre and Post Testing to Measure Growth  Re-teach and Enrichment Opportunities Thematic Units  Water Cycle and Periodic Table  Novel Studies and Reader’s Theater  American Revolution

7 Data Analysis Instructional Planning - Thematic Units Unique Writing Challenge  Four Genres Not Three  Instruction for All Genres Done by March  STAR Test

8 Instructional Cycles  Target Standards Selected Based on Data  Common Formative, Trimester, Chapter Assessments Brain Food/Word Problems  Quick Assessment of Progress  Spiral Review: Skills Taught plus New Skills Pacing Guides  Instruction/Assessments Planned – Entire Year  English Language Arts and Math

9 Progress Monitoring  Goal = Proficient or Advanced  Tracking lists for ELA and Math Collaboration  Teaching Strategies and Teacher Strengths  Student and Teacher Successes  Unwrap Standards  Transition to Common Core

10  Collaborative Planning  Pacing Guides - English Language Arts/Math  Instructional Unit Design  Data Analysis  Formative, Trimester, Chapter, Summative  Instructional Grouping  Enrich, Re-Teach and Intervention

11 Transition from California State Standards  Understand Differences Between SS and CCS Introduction of Common Core Standards  Review and Revise Teaching Practices  Pacing Guides, SMART Goals, Essential Standards Vertical Alignment with First Grade  First Grade Expectations

12 Transition from State Standards to Common Core California State Standards – 1997  Review, Revise and Create Instructional Program  Report Cards, Materials and Assessments  Professional Development and PLC Common Core Standards – 2013 (K and 1 st )  Review, Revise and Create Instructional Program  Report Cards, Materials and Assessments  Professional Development and PLC  Learn and Adapt  New technology systems for assessment  Train students

13 Weekly PLC Time Through P.E. Release Kindergarten = 40 minutes First – Fifth = 80 minutes Sixth = 60 minutes Current Issues/Concerns  Inherent disparity between grade levels  Vertical Alignment impossible  Simply not enough time for optimum results

14 To Best Serve Our Students’ Needs Vertical Alignment Between Grade Levels Transition to Common Core Increase Special Ed/Gen. Ed Collaboration Professional Collaboration – Intra-District Time Equity Amongst Grade Levels

15 Add 12 minutes (M – Th) and 20 min on Friday REGULARMIN. DAY Playground Open 7:25 am7:25 am First AM Bell 7:40 am7:40 am Class Starts 7:45 am7:45 am TK/K Dismiss 11:15 am11:15 am Gr. 1-6 Dismiss 2:25 pm12:05 pm

16  Best Meets Students’ Needs  Greater Instructional Fluidity  Timely Data Analysis  Kindergarten Disruption AM/PM  Lessons Learned – Peachland  Intra-District Collaboration  Observe SR/PC & Collaborate w/others  Attendance Analysis – No Significant Impact  RP Thurs Release means less traffic 2 days

17 Rancho Pico – Proposed Early Release Day  Thursdays  One Hour Early – 2pm Dismissal OH Min Day Fri. + RP Early Release Thurs. = Traffic is alleviated 2 days a week

18  Number One Priority  2 Minute Differential from Current Dismissal Time  CHP and LASD Records Search  Since OH Opened in 2005  No Traffic Incidents – Cars vs. Pedestrians

19 TOTAL MINIMUM DAYS = 39 Back-to-School, Open House, Conferences, Last Day = 6 Instructional Planning = 10 Professional Learning Community = 23 August 2013February , 29, 307, 21, 28 September 2013March , 13, 20, 277, 14, 21, 27, 28 October 2013April , 11, 18, 2518, 25 November 2013May , 8, 15, 212, 6, 16, 22, 23, 30 December 2013June , 13, 206, 13 January , 24, 31

20 Time Period MonTuesWedThursFriday 7:45 to Recess CURRICULUMAssessments Recess to Lunch Science Lab CURRICULUMP.E. Lunch to 2:25 Music & Art C. Lab & Library CURRICULUMMinimum Day CURRICULUM – Response to Intervention

21 Physical Education Program Plan Continue Program with Mrs. Braaten One P.E. Curriculum Specialist Grade Level Teacher Assistance During P.E. Release, Classroom Teachers Will: 1. Assist with P.E. Instruction 2. Provide Student Instructional Support 3. Plan Instruction

22 Initial Staff Discussions - Spring 2012 Continued Staff Discussions - Fall 2012 Exploration Committee - Winter 2013  Research Information  Create proposed schedule and calendar Initial Proposal to Board April 16, 2013 Parent Information Meeting April 23, 2013

23 To Best Serve Our Students’ Needs Increase Collaboration Between Grade Levels Greater Collective Resources to Design Instruction Boost Data Analysis Response Time Enhance Preparation for Common Core Expand Intervention Instruction Intra-District Partnership Opportunities PLC Time Shared Equitably Amongst Grade Levels Administration Participation in PLC Alleviate Traffic Two Days a Week

24 Review/Revise Other School Schedules Cafeteria and Playground Supervisors Library/Computer Lab/Science Lab Art/Music/Chorus/Orchestra Office Staffing Final Presentation for Approval at Governing Board on May 7, 2013

25 1. How may we provide further clarification?

26 Parent Information Meeting April 23, 2013


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