The CIP Evidence Box. Tips for Organizing and Maintaining Evidence. District Guidance. Denise Stamps-Johnson School Improvement Specialist, MCPSS. District Guidance. Mobile County Public School System First Year to Implement CIP
Tips for Organizing and Maintaining Evidence
School Improvement Specialist, MCPSS
Jennifer McClure Middleton
Title I Facilitator/Intervention Teacher, Denton Middle
Part I-Needs Assessment
Part II: Academic Needs
G1: Increase Reading Proficiency
S1: Target Reading Comprehension
G1.S1.AS1. - Unwrapping Reading Content Standards
Reading - S1.AS1.Action Step:Unwrapping Reading Content Standards
Description: During common planning times in September and October 2011, Core LA, LA SPED, and Social Studies Teachers will collaborate to unwrap reading content standards. Teachers will work with the School Improvement Coach to identify grade level reading content standards and develop a “Pacing within Pacing” plan for instruction.
Benchmarks:100% of Core LA, LA SPED, and Social Studies Teachers will participate in PD (collaboration) for unwrapping reading content standards as evidenced by PLCIAs of meetings during common planning times.
Part II - Academic Needs:
PLCIA Forms are completed each week to document Content Area Team Meetings, collaboration for CIP action steps, professional development with the School Improvement Coach (SIC), etc. PLCIA Forms are completed by Department Chairpersons throughout the week and are submitted to the Administrators for review at the end of each week. PLCIA forms are kept on file in the Assistant Principal’s office during the current quarter. At the end of each quarter, weekly PLCIA forms are filed in the Evidence Box in Part VII – Professional Learning.
Data/Intervention Teacher, Denton Middle