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Presented by:Joe CorcoranChris DennisonBarb TurnbaughLinda WaiteLisa Weidemann. School District U-46. 2nd largest school district in IllinoisGreat ethnic and socio-economic diversity2004 - 29 out of 40 schools* make AYP2005 - 35 out of 40 schools* make AYP2006 - 40 out of 40 schools* make AYP.

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1. MAP +Interventions Academic Success for All

2. Presented by: Joe Corcoran Chris Dennison Barb Turnbaugh Linda Waite Lisa Weidemann

3. School District U-46 2nd largest school district in Illinois Great ethnic and socio-economic diversity 2004 - 29 out of 40 schools* make AYP 2005 - 35 out of 40 schools* make AYP 2006 - 40 out of 40 schools* make AYP

4. Interventions Initial connection to Summer Bridges NCLB Academic Success for All 2005- 2006 Nearly 5,000 intervention plans written

5. Student Intervention Process/Cycle

6. The next step in the goal setting process is setting goals with students. You will find that this can be a valuable activity. Sitting down with students to review strengths and areas of concern not only helps the teacher get a better picture of the child, it will cause that student to begin to take ownership in the learning process. It can be a very powerful tool. Find the “Student Goal Sheet” in your materials set. Notice that we will be talking about setting student growth goals as well as student content goals. You will need a fall and spring report for this activity.The next step in the goal setting process is setting goals with students. You will find that this can be a valuable activity. Sitting down with students to review strengths and areas of concern not only helps the teacher get a better picture of the child, it will cause that student to begin to take ownership in the learning process. It can be a very powerful tool. Find the “Student Goal Sheet” in your materials set. Notice that we will be talking about setting student growth goals as well as student content goals. You will need a fall and spring report for this activity.

7. MAP + Interventions Academic Success for McKinley

8. Differentiation Data driven Goal strands allow teachers to target specific needs of specific children Allows for planning ahead and flexible grouping Used as an initial placement of students in academic work groups and after-school activities Instruction based around students’ strengths and weaknesses Focus on improvement Focus on using materials we have in our building Focus on classroom management

9. In-Class Interventions Appropriate and flexible guided reading groups Individual work on Skills Tutor Individual work with students on identified areas of difficulty Opportunities for cross grade level reading groups Support from the Learning Disabilities Teacher for individual students One-on-one volunteer reading help Vocabulary Games targeting Roadmap vocabulary Students/Teacher/Parent goal setting form Grade level team planning and assessment

10. Before and After-School Interventions Early Birds: Students come in early for teacher help with homework Homework Club: Includes Computer time with Skills Tutor History Video Club: Provides students with background knowledge for upcoming history units READ 180: Computer based reading program Math Club: Targeting support and challenge students Kidz Lit: Vocabulary and comprehension through literature and social skills Newcomer’s ESL support: Targeting students who need additional support in English

11. Parent Support Vocabulary Game night with families Meeting for parents on how to help their child with reading: For parents whose children are receiving Title I services Reading logs for parents to sign and school requirement of at least 20 minutes of reading per night Conference with parents at first sign of difficulties in class Open door policy Student/Teacher/Parent goal setting form

12. MAP + Interventions Academic Success for Harriet Gifford

13. Steps to Success 2003-2004 School Year on State Early Academic Warning List 2004-2005 Met AYP in all Sub Groups 2005-2006 Met AYP in All Sub Groups 2006-2007 Off the list!

14. The Cold Hard Facts Data showed need for common language in instruction Data showed need for target intervention

15. Intervention program at Harriet Gifford Pull Out Programs During The Day Read 180 (36 Students) Zip Zoom Into English (48 ELL Students) Reading Buddies – Community Volunteers 327 Volunteer Hours in 2006 Fast Math (Math fact practice) Skills Tutor & Kids College

16. Intervention program at Harriet Gifford After School Programs (2 – 6 week programs) Zip Zoom Into English 36 Students After School Reading 105 Students 21st Century Grant - Project Journey 32 Students Before school Fast Math Early Bird Reading Club

17. Identification process MAP Scores ISAT Scores Teacher recommendation Resource Teachers Brown Bag Lunch Student “watch list” Grade Level Meetings

18. Common Approaches to Learning Staff Development Understanding the Frameworks of Poverty (Ruby Payne) Marzano’s Building Background Knowledge and Academic Vocabulary Beck’s Bringing Words To Life Faculty Vertical Teams in Literacy and Math Faculty Training in Student Led Conferences Weekly Grade Level Meetings attended by Principal, coach or resource teacher QAR (Question, Answer, Response)

19. Tools To Support Learning Reading Counts Buddy Reading Internet based programs (Skills Tutor, Kids College, Everyday Math Games Online) Guided Reading Groups

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