Building The Ark 2014-2015 Where have we been/What

Building The Ark 2014-2015 Where have we been/What

Building The Ark 2014-2015 Where have we been/What will continue? PLCs High quality learning targets Common Assessments The Big 4: 1.) What essential standards have been learned? 2.) What evidence (product) do you have that they learned it?

3.) What are the specific names of the students who did not meet the standard? 4.) How did your TEAM respond to those students who did not meet the standard? 3 Expectations and Measures Common Quarterly Assessments (4 times per year) building wide, all subjects Common Midterm (4 times per year)-building wide, all subjects

Common Formative assessments (at least 8 over the year) -build wide, all subjects Common Learning Targets (similar daily/ weekly, within grade level content PLC)-building wide Data analysis of the above assessments-4 key questions answered 4 The Cycle of Common Formative Assessment: Timely and quality feedback

Student-led conferences -Student peer-topeer feedback -Student selfreflection -Teacher peer-topeer feedback - Standards posted in every room. - Every learning target labeled with standard -Every activity/assignmen

t directly tied to Identify power standards. Unwrap Develop strong learning targets Focused Teaching CITW CFA's standard.

-Small group reteaching -Teacher/Student swapping Analyze data Make instructional decisions based on data -Collaborative Grading -Standardsfocused conversations

Develop PLCs Collaborative conversations Gather and share data 5 Where are we headed? Similar Learning Targets District Expectations for Learning

Targets: The learning targets should be: - Posted daily - Visible - Easily read/specific/measurable - In a consistent place - Be revisited at the middle and end of each lesson - Be used as closure each lesson West Middle School Expectations for Learning Targets: - Use I can statements - Use vocabulary such as create, evaluate,

analyze, apply, understand, remember (Depth of Knowledge) - T/TH partners will have common I can Standards Written on Common Assessments Required: Each question on common mid-term will be directly linked to a standard in your course and that standard will be identified on the test. Encouraged: Continue this practice on each assessment/assignment. Standards Based Grading

6th grade Consulting Teachers Stephanie Irish- STEM Lorynda Van Den Hul- Literacy Fresh Desk New district-wide system to facilitate managerial and instructional needs Student-Led Conferences Win/Win Tammie & Rich http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQDlj74Qk70

Template For Student and Teacher Reflections Steph Irish & Jen Smith Script for conference/practice with students Traci Kollbaum & Zach Davis Communication Tamara Irvin, Brett Hays, & Gabe Cooper SLC: Housekeeping - Homeroom teachers will still set up the conference with a phone call and email. - In addition students will create invitations inviting their parent to attend - Students whose parents are unable to attend will still host a conference with an administrator, counselor, support staff, team leader, or other school official who will actively engage in the

conference. Homeroom teacher will organize this. - PD time will be allocated to the design and organization of SLC Now during the two Mondays prior to conferences. -Gather as grade - This is a new endeavor which will change as we learn andlevel homerooms to start the grow! conversations surrounding the

organization of SLCs. And then finish the day with your content partner reviewing your common quarterly test and creating your learning targets.

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