Dana, what did each bar represent in your ppt?
Once Dana has completed her presentation we will hold a Q&A to answer all questions
What tools did you find most useful when measuring growth for secondary students?
Did the grade level meetings actually be conducted as formal Professional learning communities or were they part of regular grade level meetings to discuss the progress
Thanks Dana for sharing!
Thank you Dana!
Teacher feedback or reflections on implementation
Continuous capacity building important because folks change grades, campuses, retire, etc. so cannot just designate one person without beginning to build someone who can follow in their footsteps.
Are we looiking at planning for the entire district?
Experience does not correlate directly to student performance. Our group is being too quiet!
Experience could mean that the teacher keeps teaching the same way each year. The new teachers could share the way they taught SE 7.3 (B).. A purposeful PLC or department meeting to help each other understand the SE and how to teach it.
It build capacity specific to teachers needs.
Frequent coaching, observations, and feedback are more impactful than the other options.
It includes several of the other choices but the immediacy of using a district specialist can be initially effective but need to go beyond this
We believe in the coaching model because it is timely and reflective of a true SMART goal model and it allows for relationship building and reflection
but may need to send staff out to train on effective coaching model(s) to support a wider variety of content PD implementations
Will you share the specifics of using the tool for the 2nd scenario?
Thank you Joe and all the wonderful people that help and support the work.
Great tool! Thanks for sharing it with us!
Happy summer to all...