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1 Motivation, Rigor and Accountability in Q4 (Or, how Starting the Year with a Strong Culture Sets You Up for Greatness) Presented by Bristol Charrow, inspired by Wes Anderson

2 Motivation in Q4

3 How do I Motivate? O Celebration after each SRI  Action Step: Make Certificates for Time, Growth & WordsCertificates  Action Step: Show an SRI Celebration PowerPointSRI Celebration PowerPoint O Straight Talk about SRI Scores  Action Step: Tell kids: The March SRI is important for placement next year, but I can use your final SRI to recommend students be moved (along with your behavior, English grades, work in class, etc.) O Release Responsibility (more coming up…)  Action Step: Only give rewards for leadership roles (i.e. row monitors), if it works with your style

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5 Rigor and Accountability in Q4

6 Where’s the rigor and accountability? O Independent Reading Station  Re-teach & introduce audiobooks (reward & relax)  Spend A LOT of time teaching at beginning of year  Action Step: If you do one thing this summer, read through all of the answers for all graphic organizers! *Helps to gauge if kids are ready to quiz O Straight Talk & relationships  Action Step: Continually remind students: SRI score + grades + behavior = may move out of READ180 O Release Responsibility (coming up…)

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9 Independent Reading Station

10 Build a Strong Culture the Key to Releasing Responsibility

11 Create Culture in the First 3 Weeks O Build a VERY structured classroom so kids know exactly what to do & eventually take them over  Action Step: Implement Simple, Repetitive Procedures (especially start of class) - Scholar Credo video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJqaxaJ7f6c)Scholar Credo video - Folders with 4 Pockets  Action Step: Teach & test procedures during First 3 Weeks - PowerPoint from Ms. Xu & Ms. Charrow, Weeks 1-3PowerPoint - CHAMPS Student HandoutCHAMPS Student Handout

12 Maintain Culture by Gradually Releasing Responsibility O Every month, release a step of your procedure, until students are running the classroom from beginning to rotations!  Action Step: Map out every single thing that happens in your class, then teach that during the First 3 Weeks  Action Step: Revise the First 3 Weeks - More time on Indpt. Reading & CHAMPS - Less time on Computer Zones

13 Benefits O Peer pressure to do well in front of the class (don’t want to embarrass themselves) O When you start getting bored of it, they are excited to take it over! O Level 4 scores on your formal, Domain 3, Instruction Kids initiate questions and discussions, checking each other’s behavior and learning environment O


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