Administrator Leadership Academy Curriculum and Instruction

Report
Curriculum and Instruction
Sheila Smith-Anderson
The Instructional Core
Cultural Responsiveness
DIFFERENTIATION
Customized instruction for each student
Standards–based Curriculum
CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION FRAMEWORK
The Curriculum and Instruction Office will….
1. Implement the district-wide instructional focus of differentiation through the SLPS Literacy
Model.
2. Work with cluster level instructional/leadership teams to improve teaching and learning for
all students.
3. Work with schools to identify, learn, use, and monitor effective evidence-based teaching
practices to meet the needs of each student.
4. Design specific, targeted professional development to support the learning goals identified
in the District Accountability Plan and individual School Improvement Plan.
5. Provide expert content area support to the schools.
Curriculum & Instruction –
Building Capacity to Improve Teaching and Learning
Curriculum and Instruction
Sheila Smith-Anderson
Curriculum and Instruction
June Bodeman
Secretary
Esther
Palsenberger
ELA Curriculum
Specialist
Vacant
Mathematics
Curriculum
Specialist
Margaret (Leanne)
White
AIM for Fitness
Project Director
Mia Carpenter
Mathematics
Curriculum
Specialist
Judine Keplar
ELA Curriculum
Specialist
Dr. Susan Raney
Science Curriculum
Specialist
GegiMara Ra-El
Social Studies
Curriculum
Specialist
Natasha Mitchell
PD Instructional
Technology
Specialist
Scott Deppong
Social Studies
Curriculum
Specialist
Tracy Bednarick
Science Curriculum
Specialist
Nicole Roberts
PD Instructional
Technology
Specialist
Vacant
Visual
Arts/Springboard
Curriculum
Specialist
Vacant
MyLearningPlan
Administrative
Assistant
Kaye Harrelson
Music Curriculum
Specialist
Gail Mathews
Data Specialist
Bill Trefts
Music Technician
Colleen Patrick
PD Instructional
Technology
Specialist
Michelle Jones
Gifted & Talented
Coordinator
Tom LaRosa
School Psych
Examiner
Karen
Muhammad
Gifted &
Talented Clerk
The Role of the Curriculum Specialist
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Model
Observe
Give descriptive, constructive feedback
Support school improvement efforts -- work with cluster assigned schools in the
improvement efforts of teaching and learning
Provide resources
Provide individual and collective professional development
Provide expert content and process knowledge
Ensure fidelity of the written curriculum
Ensure fidelity of the district adopted curricular material
Build teacher capacity
Use data to drive decisions
The role of the supervisor is NOT:
◦ Evaluation
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Aligned with Missouri Learning Standards
◦ Writing curriculum for K-8 to accompany reading standards
◦ Balanced Literacy
 Migrate from basal text to meet rigor of Missouri Learning
Standards
 Text-based; mentor texts
◦ All content areas K-12
◦ In some content areas, the Content Level Expectations are
included
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PACING GUIDE SAMPLE
Time
Frame
Oct.
Missouri Learning
Standards
(Common Core
Standards)
Content Objectives
Students will be able to…
Unit 2 Goal 1
Standards:
Goal 1 Mini Lessons:
Goal 1 Resources:
 Become the character through Hyperlinked Mini Lessons
dramatization. (hyperlink to Classroom Library:
Containers/tubs of leveled
lessons)
Goal 1
Assessments:
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Reading Logs
3.RL.1 Ask and
answer questions to
demonstrate
understanding of a
text, referring
explicitly to the text
as the basis for the
answers.
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Resources/Materials
books and interesting books
and “not so interesting” books
See the world of the story
through the eyes of the
character. (hyperlink to
lessons)
Make connections with the
character and text-to-self.
(hyperlink to lessons)
Assessment
Students will be able
to demonstrate
mastery of the
standards by…
Formative
Assessment
Anchor Charts- co-created
Goal-setting template
Total Participation Techniques
(partner A/partner B; elbow
partners)
Anchor Texts Suggestions:
Fairy Tales
Folk tales
Myths
The Two Volcanos
Poppleton Poppy
Because of Winn Dixie
Charlotte’s Webb
Reading
Journals
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Unit
Assessment
checklist
(hyperlink)
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Anecdotal
notes
Teacher Made
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Assessments
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Use of District Curriculum and Pacing Guides
Use of the Instructional Cycle
Lesson Planning with Differentiation
Black Board Configuration
SLPS Literacy Model
Total Participation Techniques
Marzano Teaching Strategies
Classroom Management System for Class and School
Conflict Resolution or Behavior Management System
System for Building Community
Thank you for your time and attention.
[email protected]
314-345-4486 (office)
314-393-6326(district cell)

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