Presentation on theme: "The Continuous Improvement Classroom Level II"— Presentation transcript:
1 The Continuous Improvement Classroom Level II SMART GoalsDistrict and Building Level
2 The Continuous Improvement Classroom Ground rules created by studentsClassroom mission statementsClassroom & student measurable goalsQuality tools and PDSA used regularlyThe Continuous Improvement ClassroomClassroom data centersClassroom meetings facilitated by studentsStudent-led conferencesStudent data folders
3 21st Century Skills Partnership for 21st Century Skills
4 21st Century Skills North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
5 What Are The Goals of: the school district? your school? your classroom?your students?
7 GOAL PROCESS Action Research Deployment Team PDSA SIP SMART Goal Math Computation During the school year, the percentage of students scoring in the high and intermediate math total proficiency levels will increase by 5% as measured by the district math assessments and ITBS.Classroom Goal – Data CenterStudent Data FolderExample:Sip goal…..classroom goal……student data folder
8 What Are SMART GOALS? M easurable A ttainable R esults-oriented S pecific, strategicM easurableA ttainableR esults-orientedT ime-bound
9 Why SMART Goals? Clear & Understandable Vision of the Target Targets as SMART goals.SMART goals direct our “focus”SMART goals help define exactly what the “future state” looks like and how it will be measured.Mountain is an Education Consultant
10 How To Write SMART Goals School SIP Goals Identify the “big, critical-few” goals that need to be worked on (The Most Important Ones!)Consult the data!What are the greatest areas in need of improvement?Dig deep and get specific (disaggregate!)
11 ITBS Language Total Scores This data shows “the big picture” of language proficiency …
12 This data “digs deeper” through sub test areas of language skills…
13 This data “digs deeper through disaggregation ” of student subgroup population proficiency …
14 Subgroups:African AmericanAmerican IndianIEPLow Income
15 SMART Goal Conclusion… During the school year, SAMPLE school will increase students’ proficiency in vocabulary skills in the non-proficient student subgroups as measured by the ITBS vocabulary sub test assessment (See targets below for each non-proficient sub group)Subgroup05-06 Actual06-07 TargetAfrican American52.4%57.4%American Indian50%55%IEP0%20%Free & Reduced58.7%64%
16 What SMART Goal would you suggest for this problem? During the school year, Sample school will implement school wide RESPECT strategies as measured by a 10% decline in respect discipline referrals.
17 During the school year, Sample School will increase the respect shown by students as measured by a 15% reduction in office referrals due to “disrespect.”During the school year, Sample School will increase the respect shown by students.We will work on reducing office referrals.
18 Let’s Try ItStudents will show one year’s growth in Language Total as measured by ITBS.SMART Format:During the school year, all students will improve their reading comprehension as measured by a 1.0 year gain in national grade equivalent from the ITBS Reading Comprehension sub-test.Practice with this page
19 95% of all 11th graders receiving f/r lunch will score above the 40th NPR on ITEDs. (increase from 80%)SMART Format:During the school year, proficient 11th grade students in the f/r subgroup (as indicated by the ITED math concepts & problem solving) at Sample School will increase by 10% as measured by the ITED math concepts & problem solving subtest.
21 School SIP Goal SMART Goal = Writing Skills Students will meet or exceed the district writing expectations as measured by the six-traits writing sample scoring.SMART Goal = Writing SkillsDuring the school year, the number of first through fifth grade regular education students at Sample School improving their writing skills in targeted traits will increase 10% at each grade level (see chart) as measured by the Six-Traits scoring rubric monthly grade level assessments.
22 Data - TargetsDuring the school year, the number of first through fifth grade regular education students at Sample School improving their writing skills in targeted traits will increase 10% at each grade level (see chart below) as measured by the Six-Traits scoring rubric monthly grade level assessments
26 Student Data FolderWriting In-Process MeasureStudents also have a separate writing folder printed with the six-traits rubric and a rubric for their area of focus. Weekly writing samples are filed in the folder as well as the monthly assessment.
27 What Are The Goals of: the school district? your school? your classroom?your students?