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Irvine Unified School District Primary Literacy Project 2010-2011 PLP Overview + Classroom Management and Procedures Module One October 27, 2011 Toni Wilson. Agenda ~ Module One. Opening Welcome/Logistics/Introductions Literacy Vision Overview of Primary Literacy Project Outcomes

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Irvine Unified School District

Primary Literacy Project

2010-2011

PLP Overview +

Classroom Management

and Procedures

Module One

October 27, 2011

Toni Wilson

agenda module one
Agenda ~ Module One

Opening

  • Welcome/Logistics/Introductions
  • Literacy Vision
  • Overview of Primary Literacy Project
  • Outcomes
  • Classroom Management & Procedures
  • Engaging Students
  • Meaningful Work
  • Action Plan (Options)
  • Coaching Visitations
  • Homework
  • Break
  • Grade Level Breakout Sessions
iusd literacy vision
IUSD LITERACY VISION

To improve the

reading and writing performance

of ALL K-3 students

by promoting teaching practices

and instructional decision-making

that support every primary student

in becoming an engaged, proficient, strategic

reader and writer.

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Overview of Primary Literacy Project

  • Module 1: Classroom Management & Organization, Balanced Literacy Program, Meaningful Work
  • Module 2: Small Group Differentiated Reading Instruction
  • Module 3: Comprehension
  • Module 4: Vocabulary and Background Knowledge
  • Module 5:Challenging Your Students: Rigor and Gradual Release of Responsibility 
  • Module 6: 6+1 Traits Writing
course requirements
Course Requirements
  • Class Size Reduction Training
  • Design: Six Modules with follow up action plan and homework assignment
  • 3 Coaching Sessions
  • Attendance – Plan around the dates!
  • Make-up Assignments
  • Incentive Options: Credit/Stipend
module one outcomes
Module One Outcomes
  • Identify ways to increase student engagement.
  • Understand the importance of meaningful work.
  • Understand the link between assessment and flexible grouping
  • Explore the management of Universal Access or RTI Time
  • Understand and implement effective classroom procedures to support learning.
  • Develop and implement a Personal Action Plan
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Students are more likely to succeed when they feel connected to school…the belief that adults in the school care about their learning as well as about them as individuals.

(Wingspread Review, Journal of School Health, Sept. 2004)

making it happen
Making it Happen:
  • Create a Classroom Community
  • Establish Rules and Procedures
  • Motivate Students
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BUILDING COMMUNITYIN YOUR CLASSROOM…Because the emotional and social learning systems are foundational to learning
teacher role
Teacher Role
  • Greet students
  • Be enthusiastic and SMILE!
  • Model active listening
  • Know your students
  • Be interactive and visible
  • Facilitate classroom meetings
  • Invite student input
  • Use humor
  • Celebrate student achievement
  • Celebrate mistakes as opportunities for learning
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“The number one problem in the classroom is not discipline; it is the lack of procedures and routines.”

Harry T. Wong

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Why?
  • The teacher has not thought out what happens in the classroom.
  • The students have not practiced the procedure.
  • The teacher spends no time managing or facilitating the classroom; instead they discipline students….taking away from small group time.
how to teach procedures
How to Teach Procedures

3 Step Model

  • Teach:explain, state, model and demonstrate the procedure.
  • Practice:rehearse and practice under the teacher’s guidance.
  • Apply:reinforce the procedure through practice until it becomes a student habit or routine.
the result
The Result
  • The procedures that set the class up for success will ensure a positive year.
  • Teaching and learning in all content areas will be more successful if procedures and routines are set up early.

Take the necessary time at the beginning of the year – it is not a waste of time.

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Practice book pages – Which ones are meaningful?

  • How can I cover the concept in a more engaging way?
learning challenges
Learning Challenges

Every learner presents a unique profile of strengths and weaknesses. We unlock motivation when we acknowledge and address unique learning profiles.

- Jim Wright

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“Among elements such as a well-articulated curriculum and a safe and orderly environment, the one factor that surfaced as the single most influential component of an effective school is the individual teachers within that school.”

The Art and Science of Teaching

Robert J. Marzano, 2007

rev up your teaching
Rev UP your teaching…

Teach with URGENCY and PASSION!

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Grade Level Breakout SessionsK – Beth Higgins (Room 34)1 – Mary Bentley (Room 33)2/3 – Elicia Cohen & Aileen Yoshida (Room 3)