Student Growth Objectives - Netcong Elementary School

Report
Netcong School Student Driven
Curriculum & Professional Development
Action Plan 2013-2014
 New Jersey Ask Scores 3rd Grade through 8th Grade
o 2012-2013 Scores in Context
o Data Review Questions
o Student Informed Curriculum Development & Professional Development
 SGO’s—Regional Student Growth Objectives Assessments
o Common 3rd through 8th Grade SGO’s for ALL 3 K-8 Districts
o Three Separate SGO Formative (informative) Assessments
o Standardized Test for ALL LEARNERS to create benchmarks & Clear, Target
Learning Goals for EVERY Student
 Rubicon Atlas Curriculum Mapping
o Revision for ALL Netcong School curricula
o Best Practices from Model Schools merged with…
o Hybrid Curricula of Netcong, Byram, & Stanhope
 New Jersey ASK SCORES
 New Jersey ASK SCORES
 New Jersey ASK SCORES Data Review for ACHIEVENJ
 STUDENTS’ SUCCESSES
 Review of Grades and NJASK Scores with LVR Superintendent
 7 of 28 Netcong School 8th Grade Students asked to move up a level in
either or a combination of:
• Mathematics—to Geometry Honors
• English—to English Honors
• History—to History Honors
 8TH Grade Advanced Proficient ASK Average = 270.3
• BRAVO 8th Grade Class of 2014 and LVR Class of 2017
• Bravo 8th Grade Math Team!
 New Jersey ASK SCORES Data Review for ACHIEVENJ
 STUDENTS’ SUCCESSES
 Strong Advanced Proficient Numbers in 6-8 Math
 Strong Advanced Proficient Numbers in 7th grade LAL
• Target the Adv. Prof. # of 15 % for ALL Grade Levels
• Increase the # of Proficient Students by 10%
 Partial Proficiency #’s are near target of 20% for Math
 4 Year Data Picture Indicates Positive Changes in Past Year for 3rd—8th
grade student NJASK skills and Content Knowledge
 New Jersey ASK SCORES Data Review for ACHIEVENJ
 SMART GOAL =
Specific
Measurable
Attainable
Relevant
Time-Bound
 Increase student proficiency by 10% for ALL Grades Tested
 Give Formative, end of year, standardized Assessments in:
• First two weeks of September & retest at End of October
• First two weeks of December & retest at End of January
• First two weeks of February & retest at End of March
 New Jersey ASK SCORES Data Review for ACHIEVENJ
 Special Education Student Growth
• Build on Language Needs
• Develop Reading and Writing Workshop Model
• ALL STUDENTS ARE AUTHORS
• Read to Develop Critical Thinking
• Tier 3 Vocabulary in the Classroom
 Rubicon Atlas Mapping for Developing a 3-District Regionally Coordinated
Curriculum
 Two Year Rollout Plan
• Year One Curriculum Documents Developed & Posted on Rubicon Atlas
Website
 Collaborative, 3-District Curriculum Maps
• Teacher Pilot Group of 7 Teachers from Each District
• All Teachers will have Review & Analysis Capabilities
• All Teachers will have a Personalized “Dashboard”
 All Teachers will have ability to save Searches & Data that
they run
• Second Year Teachers will use FULL Site Capacity
 Overview of 2013-2014 Action Plan Pieces
 Scores with specific discrete tasks will guide teacher targeted lesson
planning and student centered learning
 Student Growth Objectives will stem from ASK scores review &
Standardized Formative Assessments given 3 Times in the School Year
 Rubicon Atlas Mapping as site for Developing (then approving) and
Sharing Curriculum with Teachers, the other K-8 Districts, and Community
Response to Intervention
Netcong Elementary School
Jacqueline Cinotti
&
Kathleen Walsh
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Tiers of Instruction
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Benefits to Students
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Eliminate “wait to fail”
Intervene at the earliest indication of student need
Potentially reduce the number of special education referrals
Distinguish between students whose achievement problems
are due to a learning disability vs. students whose
achievement problems are linked to other issues – i.e. lack of
prior instruction
• Progress monitoring techniques provide more instructionally
relevant information than traditional assessments
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Benefits to Students
• Collaboration of school staff including the
administration, classroom teacher, basic skills
teachers, special education teacher,
psychologist, etc. All share the responsibility
of helping each child succeed.
• Specific instructional strategies found to
benefit particular students are employed –
eliminates the “one size fits all” approach.
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Success
• In order to implement RTI correctly we need
benchmark testing.
• Professional development is key to the success
of RTI.
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2009 Visual and Performing Arts
2009 Comprehensive Health and Physical Education
2009 Science
2009 Social Studies
2009 World Languages
2009 Technology
2009 21st-Century Life and Careers
 21st Century Learning at Netcong Elementary School:
 Technology integration will continue for students
 Chromebooks will be available for all middle school students
 Updated Wi-Fi Access will support the new devices
 Genesis student information system will give all stakeholders access
 Rubicon Atlas will help teachers connect the learning across the curriculum

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