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Professional Development Plan. Sault Ste. Marie Public Schools Lincoln Elementary School 2009-2010. Staff Development. Curricular Instructional Support Instructional Infrastructure Staff Development Timeline Collaborative Team Building Roles Professional Development Training Guidelines.

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    1. Professional Development Plan Sault Ste. Marie Public Schools Lincoln Elementary School 2009-2010

    2. Staff Development • Curricular Instructional Support • Instructional Infrastructure • Staff Development Timeline • Collaborative Team Building Roles • Professional Development Training Guidelines

    3. Curricular Instructional Support Lincoln School MEAP Data Four Areas of Deficit • 3rd Grade Reading • 4th Grade Writing • 4th Grade Reading • 4th Grade Math

    4. Category 07-08 School 07-08 District 07-08 ISD 07-08 State Level 1 15 (41.67%) 74 (49.01%) 226 (41.93%) 46216 (39.61%) Level 2 12 (33.33%) 58 (38.41%) 248 (46.01%) 54789 (46.96%) Level 3 8 (22.22%) 16 (10.6%) 58 (10.76%) 12634 (10.83%) Level 4 1 (2.78%) 3 (1.99%) 7 (1.3%) 3042 (2.61%) Number Met 27 (75%) 132 (87.42%) 474 (87.94%) 101005 (86.57%) Not Met 9 (25%) 19 (12.58%) 65 (12.06%) 15676 (13.43%) Total Students 36 151 539 116681 Reading MEAP Proficiency Report for Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD, Sault Ste. Marie Area Schools Lincoln School, 2007/2008 School Year - Grade 03

    5. Category 07-08 School 07-08 District 07-08 ISD 07-08 State Level 1 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (0.2%) 526 (0.45%) Level 2 16 (32%) 68 (42.24%) 187 (37.1%) 51783 (44.21%) Level 3 32 (64%) 89 (55.28%) 303 (60.12%) 63628 (54.32%) Level 4 2 (4%) 4 (2.48%) 13 (2.58%) 1195 (1.02%) Number Met 16 (32%) 68 (42.24%) 188 (37.3%) 52309 (44.66%) Not Met 34 (68%) 93 (57.76%) 316 (62.7%) 64823 (55.34%) Total Students 50 161 504 117132 Writing MEAP Proficiency Report for Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD, Sault Ste. Marie Area Schools Lincoln School, 2007/2008 School Year - Grade 04

    6. Category 07-08 School 07-08 District 07-08 ISD 07-08 State Level 1 10 (20%) 47 (29.19%) 145 (28.94%) 37886 (32.37%) Level 2 28 (56%) 92 (57.14%) 273 (54.49%) 61159 (52.26%) Level 3 7 (14%) 16 (9.94%) 63 (12.57%) 14133 (12.08%) Level 4 5 (10%) 6 (3.73%) 20 (3.99%) 3848 (3.29%) Number Met 38 (76%) 139 (86.34%) 418 (83.43%) 99045 (84.64%) Not Met 12 (24%) 22 (13.66%) 83 (16.57%) 17981 (15.36%) Total Students 50 161 501 117026 Reading MEAP Proficiency Report for Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD, Sault Ste. Marie Area Schools Lincoln School, 2007/2008 School Year - Grade 04

    7. Category 07-08 School 07-08 District 07-08 ISD 07-08 State Level 1 16 (32%) 80 (49.69%) 196 (38.66%) 48315 (41.02%) Level 2 25 (50%) 64 (39.75%) 250 (49.31%) 52946 (44.95%) Level 3 7 (14%) 13 (8.07%) 45 (8.88%) 13810 (11.73%) Level 4 2 (4%) 4 (2.48%) 16 (3.16%) 2711 (2.3%) Number Met 41 (82%) 144 (89.44%) 446 (87.97%) 101261 (85.97%) Not Met 9 (18%) 17 (10.56%) 61 (12.03%) 16521 (14.03%) Total Students 50 161 507 117782 Math MEAP Proficiency Report for Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD, Sault Ste. Marie Area Schools Lincoln School, 2007/2008 School Year - Grade 04

    8. 2009 – 2010 Reading and Writing Activities and Action Plan

    9. Activities • Staff Meetings • MEAP line item analysis & disaggregation • WriteSteps - 1st – 5th Grades purchase, implementation & training Gr.1-5 • Treasures – Supplemental Reading Texts • Michigan Reading Recovery Conferences • Staff Training on new technology • MiBLSi – Michigan Integrated Behavior Learning Support Initiative In-services & Training • Monthly Grade level collaboration ½ day time and subs required

    10. Action Statement 1:Staff will use the MEAP line item analysis data to re-evaluate the plan on a yearly basis. Action Statement 2:Reading Recovery Teacher will evaluate the lowest achieving (bottom 20%) first-grade students. Action Statement 3:Staff will present students with explicit directives and guidance regarding setting up a writing selection. Action Statement 4:Staff will have a daily language arts block. Action Statement 5: Staff will utilize the writing guidance from the Language Arts Curriculum. Action Statement 6:Staff will use reciprocal teaching with their students (summarizing, questioning, clarifying, predicting). Action Statement 7: Staff, with support from the Intervention Specialist, will utilize Positive Behavior Support. Action Statement 8: Staff will guide students through the writing processes. Action Statement 9: Staff will familiarize students with a writing rubric. Action Statement 10: Students will utilize Odyssey writing components. Action Statement 11: Staff will utilize formative assessments throughout their units of instruction. Action Statement 12: Staff will maintain regular communication with Parents. Language Arts Action Plan

    11. 2009-2010 Mathematics Activities and Action Plan

    12. Activities • Staff Meetings • MEAP Line Item analysis and disaggregation • Staff training on new technology • MiBLSi – Michigan Integrated Behavior Learning Support Initiative In-services & Training • Monthly Grade level collaboration ½ day – time and subs required • Compass Lab updates

    13. Action Statement 1:Staff will use the MEAP line item analysis data to re-evaluate the school improvement plan on a yearly basis. Action Statement 2:Staff will have a daily math block. Action Statement 3:Staff will utilize the Math Curriculum and align their instruction to the curriculum timeline and map for their grade level. Action Statement 4:Staff will use reciprocal teaching with their students (summarizing, questioning, clarifying, predicting.) Action Statement 5: Staff will teach students the required math vocabulary. Action Statement 6:Staff, with support from the Intervention Specialist, will utilize Positive Behavior Support. Action statement 7:Staff will use formative evaluations throughout their teaching units. Action statement 8: Students will utilize Odyssey math components. Action statement 9:Staff will provide regular communication to Parents. Mathematics Action Plan

    14. Instructional Infrastructure 2009-2010

    15. Skyward Computer-Based Grade Reporting ADOPTION

    16. Spring ’09 - Survey Current Technology and Upgrade Where Necessary Spring ’09 - Adopt Skyward Electronic Grading System Spring ’09 - Establish Report Card Standards Grade-Level Meetings Spring ’09 - Establish Common Grading Scales and Progress Reporting Factors Summer ’09 - Technology Data Entry Fall ’09 - Train Instructional and Non-Instructional Staff Fall ’09 - Establish Parent Education Plan Instructional Infrastructure Implementation

    17. Staff Development

    18. Staff Development

    19. Staff Development

    20. Training/Professional Development Timeline Reading/Writing Goals • Spring ’09 - MEAP line item analysis & disaggregation • Spring ’09 - Staff Training on new technology • Summer/Fall ’09 - WriteSteps - 1st – 5th Grades purchase, implementation & training Gr.1-5 • Winter ’10 - Michigan Reading Recovery Conferences • Monthly Grade level collaboration ½ day time and subs required

    21. Training/Professional Development Timeline Mathematics Goals • Spring ’09 - MEAP line item analysis & disaggregation • Spring ’09 - Staff Training on new technology • Fall ’09 - Compass Lab updates • Monthly Staff Meetings • Monthly Grade level collaboration ½ day time and subs required

    22. Collaboration Grade-Level Teams Focus Points • Guaranteed and viable curriculum • Pacing guide alignment • Common assessments • Analysis of results; evidence of student learning • Plans for improving results • Focus on student learning • Peer coordination

    23. Collaborative Grade-Level Team Building Focus • Raise instructor level of concern • Empower staff to make decisions regarding instruction • Utilize instructor prior positive instructional experiences • Cultivate developmental readiness to learn • Orientation of topics to relevancy of instructors • Motivate adults with use of peer and external motivators

    24. Professional Development Training Guidelines • Must deepen knowledge of content and how to teach it to students • Help instructor to understand how students learn • Utilize hands-on principles • Instructors acquire, apply, and reflect new knowledge with peers • Is part of building instructional plan • Promotes collaboration and collegiality • Is intensive by nature and sustainable over time