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oregon reading first cohort b leadership session march 3 2008

Oregon Reading FirstCohort B Leadership SessionMarch 3, 2008

Checking in on Lesson Progress Reporting Systems (LPRs)

what are the components of a lpr system
What are the components of a LPR System?
  • setting lesson goals and tracking lesson progress
  • ______________________________________
  • ______________________________________
it all starts with a goal
It all starts with a goal:

What outcomes do we want for our students?

clear goals and expectations for each grade
Clear Goals and Expectations for Each Grade

Second Grade DIBELS Measures with Benchmark Levels

how do we link these goals to program completion
How do we link these goals to program completion?

To read at least 90 correct words per minute by Spring of second grade, what level (or specific lesson) of a program must a second grader complete?

  • Houghton Mifflin, Grade 2?
  • Horizons, Level B?
  • Read Well Plus?
  • Reading Mastery Plus, Level 2?
what exact lesson do students need to complete
What exact lesson do students need to complete?

What lesson did each of these benchmark students complete at the time of Spring DIBELS testing?

what exact lesson do students need to complete2
What exact lesson do students need to complete?

Educational Resources, Inc. 2002

lesson pacing goals
Lesson Pacing Goals

Now, we have a lesson pacing goal. The goal for

second grade students placed in RM Plus is to complete,

at a minimum, the last lesson of RM Plus, Level 2

(Lesson 160) by the end of second grade.

activity 1 checking on lesson pacing goals
Activity 1: Checking on Lesson Pacing Goals

Highlight second grade students on your winter DIBELS

class list report who read 68 cwpm or more. List the program

and last lesson completed as of January 2008 for each of these students.

activity 2 checking on lesson pacing goals
Activity 2: Checking on Lesson Pacing Goals

Large Group Discussion:

What are the lesson completion goals you identified for second grade students at the beginning of the year for the various intervention programs (e.g., Reading Mastery,

Reading Mastery Plus, Horizons, Phonics for Reading)?

Does the winter data indicate that your lesson completion

goals were good ones?

Do you need to adjust any lesson completion goals for

second graders?

a goal without a plan is just a wish

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.”

Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1900-1944)

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What is our plan for meeting the lesson pacing goal?

Goal for Spring Break

RM Plus, Level II, L160

tracking lesson progress
Tracking Lesson Progress

Lesson 34

The group is off pace!

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Tracking Lesson Progress

Lesson Progress Report (LPR)

Teacher: School: LPR Period

how do we get back on pace
How do we get back on pace?

Structural Items

Quality of Implementation

• Schedule adequate?

• Group size appropriate?

• Students placed correctly?

• Lessons implemented with fidelity?

• Pacing appropriate?

• Behavior management in place?

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“To will is to select a goal, determine a course of action that will bring one to that goal, and then hold to that action till the goal is reached. The key is action.”Michael Hanson

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A Focus on Student Mastery

Lesson pacing goals should not be met at the expense of student mastery!

activity 3 tracking lesson progress
Activity 3: Tracking Lesson Progress

Using Table 2, track the lesson progress of a group of intensive second graders. Be prepared to share the following information with a partner:

• Lesson pacing goal for the group

• Current lesson as of February, 2008

• Net pacing (+/- lessons)

activity 4 tracking lesson progress
Activity 4: Tracking Lesson Progress

Large Group Discussion:

How often are you tracking lesson progress of instructional groups at your building (e.g., weekly, monthly)?

What type of Lesson Progress Report are you asking your teachers to fill out?

When/how is information from LPRs used?

What are some actions you have taken when a group has been off pace?

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What are the components of a LPR System?

1. setting lesson goals and tracking lesson progress

  • collecting information on student performance/ program mastery
  • ______________________________________
in program assessments1
In-Program Assessments

Horizons, Level B - Test 1 Example

in program assessments2
In-Program Assessments

Horizons, Level B, Test 1 Example (cont.)

in program assessments3
In-Program Assessments

Horizons, Level B - Test Summary Example

in program assessments4
In-Program Assessments

Houghton Mifflin 2003, Second Grade, Theme Test 1 Example

Teacher: __________________________ Group: __________________ Date: _________________

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In-Program Assessments

Houghton Mifflin 2003, Second Grade Test Summary Example

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In-Program Assessments

A LPR System provides:

√ a record of student performance on in-program assessments (summary and details)

√ a list of in-program assessments administered in the last instructional period (e.g., month)

√ a list of students who passed the assessment(s), a list of students who failed the assessment(s), and a list of students who were absent on the day of testing

√ a summary of retesting procedures (i.e., who needs to be retested, who was retested, who passed the retest)

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In-Program Assessments

Lesson Progress Report

Teacher: _______________________ Group: ________________ LPR Period: ____________________

activity 5 in program assessments
Activity 5: In-Program Assessments

Using in-program assessment data, determine student mastery of your group of second grade intensive students. Did all of the students pass the last mastery test? If not, who failed and on what skills? Did the teacher remediate and retest? What is the pattern of performance for the students on the last three mastery tests?

activity 6 in program assessments
Activity 6: In-Program Assessments

Large Group Discussion:

• How are your teachers recording student performance on in-program assessments (e.g., Excel spreadsheets, tables copied from the program’s Teacher Guide, ORFC forms, etc.)?

• How do you, as a coach, access and track this information?

• How do your teachers address failing scores on subtests/ tests?

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What are the components of a LPR System?

1. setting lesson goals and tracking lesson progress

2. collecting information on student performance/ program mastery

3. monitoring group progress toward important literacy benchmarks

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DIBELS Progress Monitoring

√ Clip booklets by

instructional

group.

√ Flag booklet if student

is three data points below

aim line.

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DIBELS Progress Monitoring
  • The web-based LPR system will automatically farm progress monitoring data from the DIBELS website.
  • DIBELS progress monitoring data will be organized by instructional group.
  • A graph of performance of students in the instructional group will be provided.
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DIBELS Progress Monitoring

Josh

Mary

Aiden

Nathan

Sarah

activity 7 dibels progress monitoring
Activity 7: DIBELS Progress Monitoring

Large Group Discussion:

How do your school teams integrate DIBELS data with lesson pacing and in-program assessment data? How are instructional decisions made?

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What are the components of a LPR System?
  • ______________________________________
  • ______________________________________
  • ______________________________________

QUIZ