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Colt Early Childhood Education Center October 8, 2012. Instructional Report. Colt Early Childhood Education Center. 6 sections of preschool 84 students 3 sections of early childhood special education 20 students 7 sections of kindergarten 175 students 7 sections of first grade

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colt early childhood education center
Colt Early Childhood Education Center
  • 6 sections of preschool
    • 84 students
  • 3 sections of early childhood special education
    • 20 students
  • 7 sections of kindergarten
    • 175 students
  • 7 sections of first grade
    • 164 students
  • 443 students at or below the age of 7

Students

Instructional Staff

  • 3 preschool teachers
  • 1.5 early childhood special education teachers
  • 7 kindergarten teachers
  • 7 first grade teachers
  • 1.8 Title 1 Teachers
  • 1 special education resource teacher
  • 21.3 adults providing instruction
school improvement goal statements
School ImprovementGoal Statements
  • All students will continue to make growth to meet or exceed grade level content expectations in reading.
  • All students will continue to make growth to meet or exceed grade level content expectations in math.
  • All students will exhibit behaviors that enhance the academic environment, increase time on task, and improve achievement.
fall screening assessments aimsweb reading
Fall Screening AssessmentsAimsWeb Reading
  • Purpose:
    • The first student data points of the year are a universal screening of all students, given the first three weeks of school. These assessments are administered using a consistent protocol to ensure fidelity.
  • *The Brigance is NOT an AimsWeb Screening Probe
initial classroom assessments rs reading street
Initial Classroom Assessments *RS = Reading Street
  • Purpose:
    • Initial classroom reading assessments are diagnostic tools given by classroom teachers in order to set individualized instructional targets for student .
school improvement strategies
School Improvement Strategies

Reading

  • Analysis of Data
    • Data Days
    • Aims Web Assessments
    • Strategic/Progress Monitoring
    • Quarterly Benchmarks
    • Rigby Benchmarks
    • High Frequency Word Assessments
  • Implementation of the Core Reading Program
kindergarten baseline reading data
Kindergarten Baseline Reading Data
  • First Sound Fluency (FSF)
    • FSF assesses phonemic awareness . During this 1 minute assessment, the evaluator says a word aloud and the student has to identify just the first sound of each word. Fall Baseline Target: 10
first grade baseline reading data
First Grade Baseline Reading Data
  • Phonemic Segmentation Fluency(PSF)
    • PSF assesses the ability to hear and segment sounds. During this 1 minute assessment, the evaluator says the word and the student has to isolate each sound. Fall Baseline Target: 35
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First Grade Baseline Reading Data
  • Nonsense Word Fluency(NWF)
    • NWF assesses letter/sound correspondence. During this 1 minute assessment, the evaluator points to the “make-believe” word and the student has to either say each sound in the word or the “nonsense” word. Fall Baseline Target: 27
intervention strategies in addition to core reading instruction
Intervention Strategies in Addition to Core Reading Instruction
  • Kindergarten:
      • Daily small group instruction for 20 minutes with Title Para and RtI Teacher using Road to the Code materials
  • First Grade:
      • Daily small group instruction for 45 minutes with Title I Teacher
school improvement strategies1
School Improvement Strategies

Math

  • Analysis of Data
    • Data Days
    • Aims Web Assessments
    • Strategic/Progress Monitoring
    • Unit Tests
    • Quarterly Benchmarks
    • Mastering Numerals/Rocket Math
  • Basic Fact Mastery
  • Implementation of a Comprehensive Math Program
fall screening assessments aimsweb math
Fall Screening AssessmentsAimsWeb Math
  • Purpose:
    • Initial Aimsweb assessment are universal screeners given by the support personnel using a consistent protocol to ensure fidelity.
initial classroom assessments envision math
Initial Classroom AssessmentsEnVision Math
  • Purpose:
    • Initial classroom math assessments are diagnostic tools given by classroom teachers in order to set individualized instructional targets for student .
kindergarten baseline math data
Kindergarten Baseline Math Data
  • Oral Counting Measure(OCM)
    • OCM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students rote count orally without a visual number chart for assistance. Fall Baseline Target: 30
first grade baseline math data
First Grade Baseline Math Data
  • Oral Counting Measure(OCM)
    • OCM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students rote count orally without a visual number chart for assistance. Fall Baseline Target: 65
kindergarten baseline math data1
Kindergarten Baseline Math Data
  • Number Identification Measure (NIM)
    • NIM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students are given a row of random numbers to 10 and have to identify each number. Fall Baseline Target: 22
first grade baseline math data1
First Grade Baseline Math Data
  • Number Identification Measure (NIM)
    • NIM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students are given a row of random numbers to 10 and have to identify each number. Fall Baseline Target: 36
kindergarten baseline math data2
Kindergarten Baseline Math Data
  • Quantity Discrimination Measure (QDM)
    • QDM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students are given two numbers and asked to state which one is “bigger”. Fall Baseline Target: 7

Scores are displayed as decimals because rounding group percentages do not equal 100%.

first grade baseline math data2
First Grade Baseline Math Data
  • Quantity Discrimination Measure (QDM)
    • QDM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students are given two numbers and asked to state which one is “bigger”. Fall Baseline Target: 18

Scores are displayed as decimals because rounding group percentages do not equal 100%.

kindergarten baseline math data3
Kindergarten Baseline Math Data
  • Missing Number Measure (MNM)
    • MNM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students are given a series of 3 numbers with initial, medial, or final number missing. Fall Baseline Target: 2

Scores are displayed s decimals because rounding group percentages do not equal 100%.

first grade baseline math data3
First Grade Baseline Math Data
  • Missing Number Measure (MNM)
    • MNM assesses early numeracy. During this 1 minute assessment, students are given a series of 3 numbers with the initial, medial, or ending number missing. Fall Baseline Target: 9

Scores are displayed s decimals because rounding group percentages do not equal 100%.

intervention strategies in addition to core math instruction
Intervention Strategies in Addition to Core Math Instruction
  • First Grade:
      • Daily small group instruction for 30 minutes with Title Para focusing on basic math skills:
        • Foundational Math Skills
        • Quantity Discrimination
        • Number Recognition
        • Concept of Addition
moving forward
Moving Forward
  • Continuous Review of Data to Drive Instruction
      • Individual Teacher Analysis
      • Grade Level Meetings
      • Data Days
      • School Improvement Team Meetings
      • Problem Solving Team Meetings
  • Progress Monitoring
      • Weekly (targeted) and Bi-weekly (strategic)
  • Quarterly Reading Benchmarks
  • Quarterly Math Benchmarks
  • High Frequency Word Assessment with Reading Street
  • Problem Solving Team
      • Identify Academic and behavioral Interventions
  • Positive Behavior and Intervention Support (PBIS) Team
      • Address behaviors that enhance the academic/social environment
school improvement si team
School Improvement (SI) Team
  • Function of SI Team
  • Review & Ensure Program Quality: “Are we doing what we said that we would do”
  • Analyze Outcome Data: “If we are doing what we said we were going to do well, then is it having a positive impact on our students achievement data”

Members

  • Shawn Talifarro
  • Jamie Holland
  • Jennifer Baird
  • Michelle Gillespie
  • Dani Gimm
  • Michelle Rowe
  • Margot Bensinger
  • Jaime Williams
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