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Tony McCoy EDL 538 May 1, 2010. RTI. CHANGE PROCESS… HOMEROOM POLICY. Why is there a Need for the Change?. More effective use of Homeroom Period Need time in schedule to help with RTI Cut 3-5 minutes off each class to add 12-20 minutes to Homeroom Period

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tony mccoy edl 538 may 1 2010

Tony McCoyEDL 538May 1, 2010

RTI

CHANGE PROCESS…

HOMEROOM POLICY

why is there a need for the change
Why is there a Need for the Change?
  • More effective use of Homeroom Period
  • Need time in schedule to help with RTI
      • Cut 3-5 minutes off each class to add 12-20 minutes to Homeroom Period
      • Use extra time to provide RTI interventions/services
      • Move homeroom period to earlier in day to be more effective
  • Offer Enhancement Time
      • Offer distance learning/ on-line learning activities
      • Enhancement Activities EX: ACT/PSAE prep, Gifted Programs
  • Homeroom at end of day is not effective time for students and teachers
what to do differently
What to do Differently?
  • Training for Teachers – Homeroom Activities
  • RTI Homerooms- some teachers will have students come to their room to work on Tier II group interventions
      • Math
      • Reading
      • Writing
      • Behavior
  • Will have to set up Homeroom Calendar :
          • Class Meetings, Assemblies, Build Teacher/Student Relationships, Career and College Speakers, Club and Activity Meetings
what to do differently1
What to do Differently?
  • Provide Advisory Time in Homeroom
      • Create team atmosphere, Ice Breaker Activities to help build teacher/student relationships, Peer Tutoring
  • Opportunity for Computer Lab Time
  • Time for Absent Work
  • Enhancement Activities
      • Offer distance learning/ on-line learning activities
      • Enhancement Activities EX: ACT/PSAE prep, Gifted Programs
what does the research say about the change
What does the Research say about the Change?
  • http://www.interventioncentral.org/
    • Web site with academic and behavioral interventions
  • Faculty and Student Reflections
  • Marzano: School Leadership that Works
    • Leadership Qualities and Correlation with Student Academic Achievement
      • Change Agent- .25
      • Communication- .23
      • Order- .25
      • Optimizer- .20
      • Focus- .24
selling the change
Selling the Change:

Kotter’s Change Model…

  • Create Urgency- surveys, discussions, faculty meetings, etc…
  • Form Coalition – teacher committee on Homeroom
  • Create Vision- what should Homeroom look like? Research other schools Homeroom policies
  • Remove Obstacles- look for those resisting / problem solving
  • Create Short-Term Wins- look to those that are having success
selling the change1
Selling the Change:

Leadership, Leadership, Leadership…

  • Reason for change
  • Training
  • Involving all the people
  • Vision
  • Goals
  • Our needs… not using someone else’s solution
  • Evaluations / Assessments of Process
involvement of staff
Involvement of Staff
  • Survey and Research
    • Let everyone have input
    • Include student and parent input
  • Committee on Homeroom Period
    • Ask for volunteers
  • Meet with RTI Committee
    • Bring committees together
    • Need to look at homework policies
  • Faculty In-service on Homeroom
  • Evaluation Surveys – at various points in the change process
assessment of the change
Assessment of the Change:
  • Reflections
    • Give time to think things through
    • What is working and what needs changing?
  • Evaluation of the Change in Homeroom Policy
    • Surveys of ALL people involved
  • Vision and Goals being met????
bibliography
Bibliography
  • http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:j9xa2T7aBNIJ:www.bloomington.k12.mn.us/indschool/jfk/documents/6-PeriodDayProposedScheduleFramework-PARENTCOPY.ppt+homeroom+period+use+and+RTI&cd=9&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
  • http://www.ehow.com/list_5924555_advantages-homeroom-guidance.html
  • http://www.ehow.com/list_5891236_high-school-homeroom-activities.html
  • http://www.helium.com/items/1581164-tips-on-becoming-successful-teacher-advisor-for-high-school-students
  • http://www.ehow.com/way_5397753_homeroom-activities.html
  • Reflections with students and staff of EHS
  • Marzano, R.J. (2005). School Leadership that Works. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
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