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1 Quality Liaison Meeting Thursday – April 10, 2008 Wilson Middle School

2 Tonights Agenda Year 2 - Deployment Survey – April 18th Projects – need your assistance Summer Opportunities Overview of SIP Goals CI plans for Your Input Needed Year in Review

3 Quality Levels Balanced Scorecard Measure: Increase % of staff implementing practices of the 4 Quality Levels (as measured by the Deployment Instrument).

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10 Year 2 Survey (07-08) 6 surveys based on Quality Levels High School Middle School Elementary School Elementary Specials Counselors Library - Media

11 Quality Liaison Role Be prepared to assist in the administration of the deployment instrument on April 18 th (opening remarks) Advise the BLT; reserve the time Discuss the process

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13 Deployment Instrument Key speaking points: Accuracy of reporting progress Non-evaluative, not individualized Process to see where are we? is this a regular part of my classroom system? (if teachers have trouble defining it, it is likely they are not implementing it) When completing the self-assessment, ask is this a regular part of my classroom system? (if teachers have trouble defining it, it is likely they are not implementing it) What clarification is still needed?

14 Projects Needing your assistance Video Library Your story videos Website Updates

15 Video Library Goal: create a video library Goal: create a video library Quality Tools Quality Tools Classroom Components Classroom Components Your story Your story Need you! Need you! Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom and student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous Improvement Classroom Classroom data centers Classroom meetings facilitated by students Student-led conferences Student data folders

16 Web Site Update April 18: request from your staff electronic examples of CI evidence in your building/classrooms April 18: request from your staff electronic examples of CI evidence in your building/classrooms Please ask that items are sent to you by Friday, April 25. Please ask that items are sent to you by Friday, April 25. Liaisons – please send to Becky by Friday, May 2 Liaisons – please send to Becky by Friday, May 2

17 08 Summer Quality Classroom Level One Quality Classroom Level Two CI Tools & Technology CI in the MS Classroom Handouts - Orange – MS

18 Overview of District SIP Goals Led by OLL supported by CI Elementary Literacy Program Middle School MMGW framework High School Common Programming & End-of- Course Assessments

19 Elementary Focus By June 2009, all elementary classrooms in the CRCSD will implement the District literacy program with integrity and fidelity as measured by classroom walkthroughs and teacher self- assessments. By June 2009, all elementary classrooms in the CRCSD will implement the District literacy program with integrity and fidelity as measured by classroom walkthroughs and teacher self- assessments. Suggested Reading SIP Team Suggested Reading SIP Team Principal Principal Reading Coach Reading Coach 1 classroom teacher from every grade (K-5) 1 classroom teacher from every grade (K-5) 1 Special Education teacher 1 Special Education teacher Led by OLL supported by CI Led by OLL supported by CI

20 Middle School Focus By June 2009, all middle schools in the CRCSD will use the Making Middle Grades Work (MMGW) framework to guide their continuous improvement efforts By June 2009, all middle schools in the CRCSD will use the Making Middle Grades Work (MMGW) framework to guide their continuous improvement efforts esindex.asp esindex.asp esindex.asp esindex.asp Led by OLL supported by CI Led by OLL supported by CI

21 High School Focus All high school Department Heads in the CRCSD will meet during the school year to accomplish the following: (1) align course offerings district-wide; (2) Provide equity of opportunity for students district-wide; (3) establish common core curriculum in all high schools; and (4) identify common end-of-course assessments for common high school courses. All high school Department Heads in the CRCSD will meet during the school year to accomplish the following: (1) align course offerings district-wide; (2) Provide equity of opportunity for students district-wide; (3) establish common core curriculum in all high schools; and (4) identify common end-of-course assessments for common high school courses. Led by OLL supported by CI Led by OLL supported by CI

22 07-08 QL Plan Flexibility in grouping Customize to meet the needs elementary - middle – high Modularized Focus groups Feedback Target areas

23 CI Plans for Professional Development Classes Networking session each trimester Quality Liaison Network

24 Your Input What information/support do you need? Next steps? Questions – Concerns? In your group, brainstorm items Be prepared to turn in a group summary

25 Year in Review Whats in your Top 5? Top 5 Successes Top 5 Struggles Top 5 Initiatives

26 Prior to next meeting… Next Meeting: May 8, 2008 Next Meeting: May 8, 2008 Assist in the administering of the Deployment Instrument at your school Assist in the administering of the Deployment Instrument at your school Key speaking points before teachers take the self-assessment Key speaking points before teachers take the self-assessment Projects – video, website updates Projects – video, website updates Year in Review – Top 5 Year in Review – Top 5 Input/Suggestions Input/Suggestions


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