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Jefferson Township Public Schools Spring 2009 Testing Analysis. Presented to: Jefferson Township Board of Education Presented by: Mary K. Thornton, Ph.D. Director of Curriculum & Instruction September 21, 2009. 2009 Cluster Scores. 2009 Cluster Scores.

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Jefferson township public schools spring 2009 testing analysis

Jefferson Township Public SchoolsSpring 2009 Testing Analysis

Presented to: Jefferson Township Board of Education

Presented by: Mary K. Thornton, Ph.D.

Director of Curriculum & Instruction

September 21, 2009


2009 cluster scores

2009 Cluster Scores


2009 cluster scores1

2009 Cluster Scores


Nj ask 3 2009

LANGUAGE ARTS LITERACY

MATHEMATICS

NJ ASK 3 -2009


Nj ask 4 2009

LANGUAGE ARTS LITERACY

MATHEMATICS

NJ ASK 4 - 2009


Nj ask 5

NJ ASK 5

LANGUAGE ARTS LITERACY

MATHEMATICS


Nj ask 6 7 and 8 language arts literacy

NJ ASK 6, 7 AND 8LANGUAGE ARTS LITERACY


Nj ask 6 7 and 8 mathematics

NJ ASK 6, 7 AND 8MATHEMATICS


2008 2009 program improvements

Implemented Balanced Literacy, K-12

Introduced Connected Math, Grade 6

Revised Science Curriculum, K-12, aligned with 2009 NJCCCS

Provided training for all teachers, K-12 in:

Using Instructional Strategies in classes

Collaborative Teaching

Instructional Technology within the classroom

Study skills for all students

Literacy within all content areas

Revised Science curriculum and new instructional materials

Integrated technology skills across the curriculum

Emphasized instruction in Math basic skills in the elementary grades

Middle School committee developed revised schedule, increasing core instructional time

Established school based professional development committees

Increased time for mentoring program

Provided 3 day New Teacher Orientation

Learnia for grades 3 to 8

Increased use of Study Island in grades 2 to 5 (Language Arts and Math)

Established pre-school inclusion program

Increased number and use of Smart boards

Replaced 275 student computers

Teacher articulation between schools

2008-2009 Program Improvements


2009 2010 planned program improvements

Implement revised Science curriculum, K-12

Plan for revised high school schedule that includes longer instructional periods

Revise Mathematics curriculum, K-12, to align with new NJCCCS

Revise World Language and ESL curriculum, K-12 to align with 2009 NJCCCS

Develop school based professional development committees

Implement Naviance program to assist high school students in college selection

Expand Connected Math program to grade 7

Develop new AP course for US Government

Develop new course for Economics to meet NJ DOE high school graduation requirements

Implement new Middle School schedule:

Rotating schedule

Additional instructional time Fine and Performing Arts classes for all students

Band

Chorus

Dance

Drama

Guitar

Studio Art

Speech Arts

Increased elective classes

Advanced Computer Applications

Art

Family and Consumer Science

Forensics

Contemporary Global Issues

Human Behaviors

Industrial Technology

Math in Dimension M

Music Composition and Technology

Student led parent conferences

World Language instruction daily

2009-2010 Planned Program Improvements


2009 2010 cont

2009-2010 (cont.)

  • Provide professional development for teachers, K-12, in:

    • Use of interactive instructional technology, e.g. Wikis, Podcasts, etc.

    • Writing portfolios

    • Analysis of assessment data and application to revise instruction

    • Interpretation of Study Island reports (grades 2-5)

    • Development of student assessments

    • Teaching in extended classes (middle school and high school)

    • Lesson plan development

    • Using Smart Boards

  • Implementation of Q3 student assessment tracking system


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