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Improvement Planning. GOAL. Share a process designed to identify quarterly goals aligned to identified needs and strategies. OBJECTIVES. Review the concepts of annual goal, strategy, quarterly goal, intervention, and where these fall in the Improvement Plan template

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GOAL

Share a process designed to identify quarterly goals aligned to identified needs and strategies.

objectives
OBJECTIVES
  • Review the concepts of annual goal, strategy, quarterly goal, intervention, and where these fall in the Improvement Plan template
  • Review “what data you will collect to monitor interventions”
  • Evaluate current plan
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According to the Snapshot only 20% of 6th grade lessons observed were at medium or high level cognition.
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District benchmarks

Walk- through

data

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District benchmarks

STAAR

Walk- through

data

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Problem Statement

10% of 6th grade students scored at advanced level on the 2013-2014 STAAR test.

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Problem Statement

Root Cause/ Need

Needs

Assessment

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Problem Statement

Root Cause/ Need

Needs

Assessment

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Problem Statement

Root Cause/Need

Needs

Assessment

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Annual Goal:

Problem Statement:

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Annual Goal

Problem Statement

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S

Specific

M

Measurable

A

Attainable

R

Result-based

T

Time Bound

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Annual Goal:

Problem Statement: 10% of 6th grade students scored at Level III on the 2013-2014 STAAR test.

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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Problem Statement: 10% of 6th grade students scored at Level III on the 2013-2014 STAAR test.

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Strategy

Broad overarching approach to meet the stated goal

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Strategy:

Need/Root Cause:

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Strategy

Need/Root Cause

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Problem Statement

Need/Root Cause

Needs

Assessment

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Strategy:

Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.

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Strategy: Professional development targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.

does the strategy
Does the strategy…

Give overall direction?

Fit resources and opportunities?

does the strategy1
Does the strategy…

Minimize resistance to barriers?

Advance the mission?

team time
Team Time

Ensure annual goals are S.M.A.R.T. and reviewstrategies.

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Annual Goal

Annual Goal

Quarter 4 Goal

Quarter 3 Goal

Quarter 2 Goal

Quarter 1 Goal

Problem

Statement

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S

Specific

M

Measurable

A

Attainable

R

Results-based

T

Time Bound

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Quarter 2 Goal=

10%

Annual Goal

Quarter 4 Goal=

10%

Quarter 3 Goal=

10%

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Quarter 2 Goal=

10%

Annual Goal =

Scores by 10%

Quarter 4 Goal=

10%

Quarter 3 Goal=

10%

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Quarter 1 Goal=

2.5%

Quarter 2 Goal=

2.5%

Quarter 4 Goal=

2.5%

Quarter 3 Goal=

2.5%

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Quarter 1 Goal=

2.5%

Quarter 2 Goal=

2.5%

Quarter 4 Goal=

2.5%

Quarter 3 Goal=

2.5%

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Annual Goal

Annual Goal

Quarter 4 Goal

Quarter 3 Goal

Quarter 2 Goal

Quarter 1 Goal

Problem

Statement

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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
slide52
Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
slide58
Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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1. Choose 1 annual goal from your Improvement Plan

2. Fill in the annual goal, strategy, and need on the graphic organizer

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3. For each category, think of outcomes that would occur throughout the year in pursuit of this annual goal by implementing the strategy to address the need

4. Record the outcomes in the graphic organizer

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5. Share the outcomes that resulted from pursuing your annual goal to address the need by implementing your strategy.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
slide68
Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
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Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
slide74
Annual Goal: 20% of 6th grade students will score at Level III on the 2014-2015 STAAR test.

Strategy:PD targeting best practice instructional strategies, followed by coordinated monitoring and support.

  • Need: The school lacks a common understanding of best practice instructional strategies.
quarterly goal
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal1
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal2
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal3
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal4
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal5
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal6
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal7
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal8
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal9
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal10
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal11
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal12
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal13
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal14
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal15
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal16
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal17
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal18
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal19
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal20
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons.

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

activity
ACTIVITY

Reflect annual goal

then brainstorm outcomes

compare outcomes to their QGs

are there any outcomes left out?

flag the QGs that you would want to revisit/revise after know what you know now

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-Annual Goals

S.M.A.R.T.?

-Strategies meet criteria?

-New quarterly goals vs old

better benchmarks?

slide103
Annual Goal

Annual Goal

Quarter 4 Goal

Quarter 3 Goal

Quarter 2 Goal

Quarter 1 Goal

Problem

Statement

slide104
Annual Goal

Annual Goal

Quarter 4 Goal

Quarter 3 Goal

Quarter 2 Goal

Quarter 1 Goal

Problem

Statement

slide105
Annual Goal

Annual Goal

Quarter 4 Goal

Quarter 3 Goal

Quarter 2 Goal

Quarter 1 Goal

Interventions

Problem

Statement

slide106
Annual Goal

Annual Goal

Quarter 4 Goal

Quarter 3 Goal

Quarter 2 Goal

Quarter 1 Goal

Interventions

Problem

Statement

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Quarter 1 Goal:
  • 100% of teachers will demonstrate mastery of instructional strategies by presenting findings of implementation and next steps at PLCs.
quarterly goal21
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal22
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

quarterly goal23
Quarterly Goal
  • 1. Develop a list of best practice instructional strategies with staff input.
  • 2. Develop a PD calendar focused on best practice instructional strategies.
  • 3. Deliver PD sessions.
  • 4. Teachers understand best practice instructional strategies.

5. Teachers plan lessons at medium and/or high levels of cognition.

6. Teachers deliver less lectures and more interactive lessons

7. Monitor implementation of instructional strategies.

8. Provide follow-up support as needed.

9. Students demonstrate critical thinking skills

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Quarter 1 Goal:
  • 100% of teachers will demonstrate mastery of instructional strategies by presenting findings of implementation and next steps at PLCs.
slide112
Quarter 1 Goal:
  • 100% of teachers will demonstrate mastery of instructional strategies by presenting findings of implementation and next steps at PLCs.
slide127
Data Sources

Problem Statements

Needs

Annual Goals

Strategies

Quarterly Goals

Interventions

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