2014-15 Electa Quinney School Improvement Plans. Math School Improvement Plan Literacy School Improvement Plan. Your Quinney Academic Team. MATH SUBGROUP Chair/2 nd – Caryn Rosenbeck 3 rd – Jenny Jozwiak 4 th – Carrie Forster Spec. Ed. - Mary Jo Kilgas READING SUBGROUP
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Math School Improvement Plan
Literacy School Improvement Plan
Both – Kathy O’Connor, Stacy Knapp, Hilary Klevesahl
(School Improvement Plan)
*Continue to provide professional development for a deeper understanding of Math Expressions and the math practices, with particular emphasis on math practice #3 (constructing viable arguments and critiquing the reasoning of others).
*Provide support for implementation of math practice #3 through the use of Math Expressions via grade level meetings, math coaches, inservices, etc.
* Use consistent language, vocabulary and strategies as identified by Math Expressions throughout the full grade level span 2-4.
*Provide professional development for educational assistants on effective use of
math talk in the classroom.
*SLT members will meet with math coach and ELL specialist quarterly to collaborate and develop best practice strategies for supporting students to construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. (Math Practice #3)
*Teachers will provide intentional vocabulary instruction within the math block.
-Math Expressions ELL tips within each unit
-Use of at least key vocabulary highlighted by math coach
-Additional vocabulary taught at teacher’s discretion based on student need
*Inservicetime will be used to explore ACCESS test scores and “Can do” descriptors to relate them to math instruction.
*Meet small group needs through strategy groups while still teaching Math Expressions to fidelity.
*Using data, identify the students with the greatest academic needs to provide small group or one to one instruction/intervention.
* Teachers who are in the evaluation cycle for the
Effectiveness Project should have one artifact
showing how they are using technology to enhance
* Staffwill make active use of the projector,
computer and/or Mimeo in their instruction.
*Teachers will have students make active use of the
document cameras within the classroom
(i.e. modeling, sharing, student examples, etc.).
*Host a parent event focused on math.
*Include tips/topics regarding math practices and
Math Expressions to further educate parent/families.
(Video clips, tips in newsletters, etc.)
Categories that reported 50% or more
Unsure or Disagree:
By the end of the 2014-2015 school year a minimum of 80% of Grade 2-4 students at ElectaQuinneyElementary School will demonstrate grade level proficiency in Reading as measured by MAP / PALS / TLA / Smarter Balancedassessments.
differentiated instruction workshopexplicit small group instructionculturally responsive practices
in GRR & small group
on building vocabulary
in word study
and create instructional plans.
using technology to enhance
active use of the projector,
computer and/or Mimeo.
Math & Literacy in newsletters
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