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  1. Teaming for Success:Going from ALL to EACH

  2. Option #2: Oregon Reading First’s PD series • Training series is optional, if interested submit application • Application due by November 22nd • Content: • Systems-level problem solving • Systems level and individual growth and goal setting • RTI in a Three-tiered model (Tigard-Tualatin Series) • District and School Literacy planning (Sustainability) • PD mechanism • Statewide, Regional, school-based • Funding: • February, 2007 ODE will fund • 2007-2008 school year either RF funding or alternative ODE funds

  3. Objectives Part 1 • New section 3 reports • Developing school goals K-3 • Student goals and zones of growth Part 2 • Systems level problem solving Part 3 • Sustainability • Literacy planning

  4. Healthy Systems (Tiers) Matter School A Student weekly growth: .5 cwpm Instructional Group Average weekly growth: .5 cwpm School B Student weekly growth: .5 cwpm Instructional Group Average weekly growth: 1.75 cwpm

  5. Dual Discrepancy: Severely discrepant in initial skill level and growth

  6. Section 3 Reports and School Level Goals

  7. Oregon Reading First Section 3 Report

  8. Oregon Reading First Section 3 Report - Charts

  9. Oregon Reading First Section 3 Report - Text

  10. Kindergarten Studentsacross 12 states in Western Region*High performing = 85th percentile

  11. Grade 1 Studentsacross 12 states in Western Region *High performing = 85th percentile

  12. Grade 2 Studentsacross 12 states in Western Region *High performing = 85th percentile

  13. Grade 3 Studentsacross 12 states in Western Region *High performing = 85th percentile