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    Student Learning

    ·       Student Learning- Instructional Strategies  #1

     

    #1 Smart goal- By the end of 2015 every teacher will have utilized 1) the assessment of the capable learner 2) descriptive feedback & 3) differentiated instruction to increase student achievement

     

      #2 Smart goal- Every four weeks the data teams  will review the instructional strategies utilized during pre and post assessments to monitor effectiveness with minimum of 50% growth.

     

    Action Steps: (data days, PD training on strategies, data teams, peer observations, reflection, feedback, action research)

    ·         Student Learning- Instructional Strategies #2

     

    #1 Smart goal- Wood Elementary ESL subgroup performance on state assessment will increase from_________MPI in ELA  and ________MPI in Math in 2014 to __________MPI in ELA and __________MPI in Math in 2015.

     

    Action steps: (ESL students receive RTI assistance from AmeriCorps and Reading Specialist, TIPS, ESL teacher collaborate with grade level teacher, monitor students growth on star and common assessments, coteaching)

    ·       Student Learning- Instructional Strategies #3

     

    #1 Smart goal- Wood Elementary overall student performance in ELA will improve from 353.3 in 2014 to Top 10 by 2020 target of 385.7 or above. (365.5 on track)

     

    #2 Smart goal- Wood’s overall student performance in Math will improve from 353.3 in 2014 to Top 10 by 2020 target of 392.8 or above. (358 on track)

     

    Action steps: ( RTI, TIPS, Project Based Learning, I stem Coaches, Data Days)

    ·       Student Learning- Literacy #1

     

    #1 Smart goal-  By the end of 2015, a minimum of 75% of students in grades k-5 will show a favorable response of reading on the district’s survey.

     

    Action steps: (create in-house pre and post surveys for grades k-2 and 3-5, incentives, AR, grade level teachers read aloud to students daily)

     

     

    ·       Student Learning- Literacy #2

     

    #1 Smart goal- 80% of regular education students will read on or above grade level.

    # 2 Smart goal- 75% of special education students will read on or above grade level.

     

    Action steps: STAR, Common Assessments & AR, progress monitoring, RTI, TIPS, utilize reading specialist and Americorp, Reading Para, recognition and incentives, Rubric for text complexity.

    ·       Student Learning- Literacy #3

     

    #1 Smart goal- 80% of students will score 3 or better on district wide constructed responses.

     

    Action steps: (utilize district rubrics, writer’s workshop, writing program, training on effective writing)

    ·       Student Learning- Climate #1

     

    #1 Smart Goal- 100% of students will participate in the PBS program.

     

    #2 Smart Goal- 85% of students will score favorable on the district survey.

     

    Action steps: (tiger bucks, be kind cards, quarterly recognition programs, fun Fridays, shine program, new student surveys)

     

     

     

     

    Technology

    ·       Technology- 1

     

    # 1 Smart Goal- 80% of students will be exposed to basic keyboarding skills.

     

    Action steps: (type to learn, class time in computer lab with technology and media specialist)

    ·       Technology -2

    #1 Smart Goal-  By the end of  2015 every teacher will have been exposed to level 1 &2 training.

     

    #2 Smart Goal- By the end of 2015, all teachers will implement a technology enhanced lesson a minimum of once a week at the progressive or advanced levels.

     

    Action Steps: (PD training on technology use in the classroom, document technology use on lesson plans)