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GRO Presentation. Edina High School August, 2008. Continuous Improvement Model. Stage 5 Maintain Momentum Keep people together Celebrate success Keep the common purpose. Stage 1 Data and Program Analysis. Core Components of School Excellence: Rigorous and Relevant Courses

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  • Edina High School

  • August, 2008


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ContinuousImprovement Model

  • Stage 5

  • Maintain Momentum

  • Keep people together

  • Celebrate success

  • Keep the common purpose

Stage 1

Data and Program Analysis

  • Core Components of School Excellence:

  • Rigorous and Relevant Courses

  • Personalized Learning Multiple Pathways to Post-Secondary

  • Student Assessment and Program Evaluation Data

  • School Improvement Plan

  • Professional Growth for Staff

  • Stage 2

  • Focus on the Right Solution

  • Research Based

  • Starting meaningful dialogue

  • with the staff

  • Attach a name to a face of

  • the struggling student

  • District Support

  • Stage 4

  • Monitor and Adjust

  • Data

  • Progress monitoring

  • Individualized approach

  • Stage 3

  • Take Collective Action

  • Right people (passion)

  • Right Vision

  • Based upon student needs

  • Time (effective use of)

  • Empowerment, not just a conversation

  • something will happen


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Restructure Model


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Why

  • Concern with student skill levels as they enter high school

  • Formalized structure to help students experience success

  • Reduction in student graduation without the necessary skill set as measured by MCA II assessments

  • Stop recreating the wheel every time we do not make AYP

  • Final analysis … it is less about AYP and more about the ability to reach and teach every child.


What the starting point

What: The Starting Point

  • Intervention Committee

  • JANUARY 8, 2008

  • THE QUESTION: HOW DO WE PREPARE ALL STUDENTS TO BE SUCCESSFUL FOR TODAYS GLOBAL SOCIETY AT EHS?

  • Structural Changes

    • Technology preparation

    • Vocational classes

    • Keep students in our building

    • Middle college concept

  • Appropriate Interventions

    • Early skill development

    • 6-12 common approach to interventions

  • Embed standards in a more hands on curriculum for some learners

  • Understanding where a student is academically in reading, writing and math


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How

  • Review of Research: article for each sub committee

    • Provided a common language

    • Starting point for conversation

  • Define our needs based upon research

  • Strands of research:

    • Service delivery models

    • Successful programs

    • Reasons for at-risk behaviors

    • Role of schools to accept all learners


Common threads of at risk programs

Common Threads of At-Risk Programs

  • Remedial Instruction

    • Before School

    • After School

    • During the School Day

    • Summer

    • On-Line Instruction

  • Course/Credit Recovery

    • After School

    • On-line

  • Skill Development

    • On-line Instruction


Common threads continued

Common Threads (Continued)

  • Course Advancement

  • Work Prep Program

  • Community Service

  • Parent Engagement


Questions to ponder

Questions to Ponder

  • What resources (time, space, people, funding) are available to be used to support this project?

  • Are there existing resources that could be utilized to support this project?

  • Who are the students to participate in these programs?

  • Are student needs consistent with program goals?


Questions continued

Questions Continued….

  • Will our program need to diagnose individual needs and prescribe interventions?

  • What methods will be used to engage, interest, and motivate our students?

  • What would you like to see our students learn as a result of their participation?

  • In what ways will involvement in our program enhance the participants in-school experience?


Current thoughts

Current Thoughts

Summer Skill

Development Academy

Student Selection

Recommendation from MS

Student performance based

upon data

  • Point of Entry for 101 and 102

Student Assessment

MCA Performance

Plato Assessment

Determine Knowledge Gaps

High School 101

Grade 10

Remedial Instruction (math/reading)

Skill Development

Test Prep

Mentorship 212 students

Summer School

ALC

High School 102

Graded 11 & 12

Credit Recovery (Alt. School)

Work Prep

Work

Community Service

Mentorships

After School ALC


101 focus skill development remediation

101: Focus Skill Development/Remediation

  • Methodologies

    • Literacy

    • Technology (on-line)

    • Personalized Instruction

      • Liaison with student to assist with work completion, support, etc.

  • Math

    • Direct Instruction

    • Plato

    • Numeracy Coach

  • Reading

    • Direct Instruction

    • Read 180 when appropriate

    • Plato Course Development

  • Skill Development

    • Goal Setting

    • Business Leaders/Mentors

    • SEE HANDOUT!

  • Parent Involvement


102 credit recovery

102: Credit Recovery

  • Methodologies

    • Individually Based

    • Independent Work

  • Math

    • Plato

    • 287 Packages

  • Language Arts

    • 287 Packages

  • Skill Development

    • On-line via Plato


Additional interventions

Additional Interventions

  • Media Center: After School Interventions

    • Focus:

      • Math

      • Reading

      • Writing

      • BST Prep

        • Paraprofessional support

  • Morning Math

  • Plato


Evaluation of success

Evaluation of Success

  • Student Performance

  • Student Grades

  • Passage Rate of Classes

  • Qualitative Data: Does this program meet individual student needs?

  • Other


Looking to the future

Looking to the Future

  • 6 week remedial class for MCA Tests

  • Program Evaluation

    • Future of the intervention committee


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