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  1. 2014-15 Mouse click through slides Continuous School Improvement Plan

  2. Reports & Data Continuous School Improvement Plan GET STARTED SELECT SELECT Scroll to the bottom of the CSIP page and click-

  3. Title I Improvement Status determines the plan that will be available when you log in. CSI Planning District/school is not in Title I Improvement status. Title I Planning District/school is in Title I Improvement status. The CSIP is integrated with the Title I Plan. For all schools, the District Plan must be completed before the School Plan is available.

  4. Navigating the CSIP • District plans must be done before school level plans. True for all districts including single-school districts. • Select district from the drop-down list. When the district plan is complete, select schools from drop-down list. • There is no SAVE button. Clicking “NEXT” will save your work. • There is no SUBMIT button. Your work is saved on the OPI server each time you click “NEXT.” • Reminder: Citrix is no longer used to log in to the CSIP. Last fall each user was issued a unique login and created their own password.

  5. District CSIP Suggestions

  6. District has shown gradual improvement in achievement over the past 3 years.What district actions may have affected these trends?

  7. Administrator or Board of Trustees provided support for instruction. Examples: • Adoption of research based curriculum materials • Focused professional development • District-lead curriculum redesign • Strategic implementation of higher expectations for staff and students • Hiring additional support staff • Increased parent engagement

  8. Achievement over the past 3 years has remained stagnant or declined.What district factors may have affected these trends?

  9. Factors affecting stagnant or declining achievement. Examples: • Change in student population • Disrupting events (explain) • Lack of focused professional development • Staff turn over

  10. District goals Goals are broadly stated outcome expectations. Examples: • All students will improve in math achievement. • More students in the "nearing proficiency" category on the CRT will move to proficient. • Our economically disadvantaged students will achieve at the rate of the "all students" population. • Our student will demonstrate greater comprehension in reading. • Our students will demonstrate greater proficiency with "open ended" questions where they are required to explain their thinking.

  11. A measurable objective: • Who • Will do what • By when • As measured by what

  12. What is scientifically-based research? • Educational practices which are supported by data derived from rigorous, systematic, and objective procedures. • Not based upon anecdotal evidence. • Not based solely on publishers’ claims. • The RtI Intervention Manual is a useful source of information on scientifically based practices.

  13. The role of professional development in improving student achievement

  14. Learning-Teaching Cycle

  15. What is the role of professional development in improving student achievement? To develop and enhance teaching strategies that target student needs as identified through assessments.

  16. Assessment Strategies • Multiple measures- various forms of formative and summative assessments • State level assessments

  17. Curriculum Alignment • Schedule of five year cycle of curriculum and materials review

  18. Closing date for all planning is October 30, 2014