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Oregon Reading First Cohort B. Statewide Coaches’ Training Session February 27, 2007 Carrie Thomas Beck, Ph.D. University of Oregon. The Coaching Cycle. Identify Groups to Observe: • 5-Minute Observations • Review of Written Data. Follow Up. Conduct Observations. Provide Feedback /

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oregon reading first cohort b

Oregon Reading FirstCohort B

Statewide Coaches’ Training Session

February 27, 2007

Carrie Thomas Beck, Ph.D.

University of Oregon

the coaching cycle
The Coaching Cycle

Identify Groups to Observe:

• 5-Minute Observations

• Review of Written Data

Follow Up

Conduct Observations

Provide Feedback /

Identify and Apply Remedies

lpr system
LPR System
  • A method of tracking lesson progress.
  • A way to organize information on student performance/program mastery.
  • A system for monitoring group progress toward important literacy benchmarks.
tracking lesson progress
Tracking Lesson Progress

Lesson 34

The group is off pace!

components of the paper and pencil lpr system
Components of the Paper and Pencil LPR System:
  • Group Organizer
  • Teacher LPR
  • Test Summaries
  • DIBELS Progress Monitoring Data
group organizer teacher lpr
Group Organizer/Teacher LPR
  • Partner 1 tell Partner 2 what type of group organizer and teacher LPR you are using at your school. Switch.
  • Large group share out on group organizers and teacher LPRs.
test summaries2
Test Summaries
  • Partner 2 tell Partner 1 how you organize in-program test summary data at your school. Switch.
  • Large group share out on in-program test summaries.
dibels progress monitoring2
DIBELS Progress Monitoring

√ Clip booklets by

instructional

group.

√ Flag booklet if student

is three data points below

aim line.

dibels progress monitoring3
DIBELS Progress Monitoring

Josh

Mary

Aiden

Nathan

Sarah

dibels progress monitoring5
DIBELS Progress Monitoring
  • Partner 1 tell Partner 2 how you organize DIBELS progress monitoring data for instructional groups at your school. Switch.
  • Large group share out on organizing DIBELS progress monitoring data for instructional groups.
is lesson progress adequate
Is Lesson Progress Adequate?
  • Does the data reveal potential problems with use of time? (Slow progress may indicate that teacher is (a) not following the schedule, (b) not teaching the program as specified, or (c) struggling with presentation skills or behavior management issues.) Is enough time scheduled?
  • Are some lessons being repeated too many times?
  • Will projections be met if current rate of lesson progress is continued?
  • If projections will not be met, do justifiable reasons exist for not meeting them? Do the projections need to be changed?

(NIFDI Coaching Manual: Level I, 1999)

is instruction differentiated
Is Instruction Differentiated?
  • Are the group sizes appropriate?
  • Are programs matched to student performance level?
  • Are all of the groups on the same lesson? (Is teacher treating all groups the same?)
  • Are high, medium, and low groups completing lessons at optimum rates?
  • Does the data indicate the need for acceleration for some students?

(NIFDI Coaching Manual: Level I, 1999)

are students at a high level of mastery as measured by in program tests
Are students at a high level of mastery as measured by in-program tests?
  • Did teacher indicate the number of students who passed the in-program test(s)?
  • Did teacher miss an opportunity to give an in-program test?
  • Did teacher remediate and retest students who failed the test on the first try?
  • Consider group performance: How many students overall passed the in-program test?
  • Consider individual student performance: Who are the students who failed one test, two consecutive tests? Which tests? Are the same students failing from time to time? Does data indicate a possible need for change in placement?
  • Is lesson gain being achieved at the expense of mastery?

(NIFDI Coaching Manual: Level I, 1999)

what additional information or concerns has the teacher communicated
What additional information or concerns has the teacher communicated?
  • Did the teacher list types of items missed on in-program tests?
  • Did the teacher include information on remediation and retesting?
  • Did the teacher indicate a concern about an individual student?

(NIFDI Coaching Manual: Level I, 1999)

are students making progress as measured by dibels probes
Are students making progress as measured by DIBELS probes?
  • Are strategic and intensive students progress monitored regularly?
  • Are students being monitored on the appropriate measures?
  • Are there individual students who are not making progress comparable to the group?
  • Is the group overall showing progress on the DIBELS measures?
  • Do the supplemental and intervention programs appear to be addressing skill deficits in students?
slide34

On same lessons as Apples,

yet lower students.

These students passing on 2ND TRY.

Tanner passed on 2nd try for 3 tests in a row!

we do
“We Do.”
  • Work in groups of four (two sets of partners) to skim, highlight, and flag the sample set of LPRs from a grade level.
  • Note flagged groups on GLT Summary Form. Include a problem description.
  • Identify a plan for each flagged group and who will follow up.
  • As a group, determine which group(s) the coach will need to observe.
we do large group share out
“We Do:” Large Group Share Out
  • Note flagged groups on GLT Summary Form. Include a problem description.
  • Identify a plan for each flagged group and who will follow up.
  • As a group, determine which group(s) the coach will need to observe.

Do we agree?