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  1. Stand by Me! All Things ACCESS for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities (SwSCD)

  2. Presenters: • Robin Meyers, Principal Lake Hills School, Lake County • Christy Filakosky, ESE Teacher Endeavour Elementary, Brevard County • Debbie Kline, ESE Teacher, Eau Gallie High School, Brevard County • Bennett Buckles, Consultant, Curriculum, Learning and Assessment Support Project(CLASP) • Karen Denbroeder, Senior Educational Program Director, Program Accountability, Assessment and Data Systems, BEESS • Sheryl Sandvoss, Program Director Curriculum/Instructional Program Support Services, BEESS • Randy LaRusso, Consultant, Curriculum, Learning and Assessment Support Project (CLASP)

  3. Project MASTERY September 21-23, 2010 Florida Department of Education

  4. Project MASTERY Mathematics And Science Teaching that promotes clear Expectations and Real Learning across Years for Students with a Significant Cognitive Disability · 

  5. Least Dangerous Assumption • “…in the absence of conclusive data, educational decisions ought to be based on assumptions which, if incorrect, will have the least dangerous effect on the likelihood that students will be able to function independently as adults. Furthermore, we should assume that poor performance is due to instructional inadequacy rather than to student deficits.” • (Anne Donnellan,1984 as quoted by Cheryl Jorgensen, 2005)

  6. Days 1 and 2 • 90 teachers from around the state were chosen based on experience, leadership qualities and commitment to teaching academic content to SwSCD • Recommended by their district • Day 3 • Of the 90 participants, 15 teachers from around the state of Florida • Nominated in writing from their district Two follow up teleconferences

  7. Day 1 ACCESS and LEARNING

  8. DAY 2 Math and science

  9. science

  10. Wonder Story + Experiment + KWHL Inquiry Science

  11. Day 3 Individualizing for students • 15 teachers from around the state of Florida • Two follow up teleconferences • Lesson planning in ELA, Math, Science • Student data • Self assessment • DVR recording of instruction

  12. 61 Teachers 5 % General Education Teachers 92.5 % ESE Teachers 2.5% Other 52.5 % Elementary 47.5 % Secondary

  13. 42 Completed the Survey 85.7 % Used Project Mastery strategies upon returning to their classrooms 2011 83.3 % Plan to use them 2012 73.8 % Would attend additional training opportunities 85.7% Satisfied or Very Satisfied 11.9 Neutral 2.4 % Unsatisfied or Very Unsatisfied

  14. LAKE HILLS SCHOOL A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE LESSON STUDYPractical Application for Teachers of Students with a Significant Cognitive Disability

  15. What kind of school are we … • ESE Center School for the Lake County School District, FL • 180 students • Grades Pre-K – 12 • Ages 3 to 22 • 100% Intellectual Disabilities • 100% Access Points

  16. Lake Hills School 100% Students with a significant cognitive disability

  17. 98 employees work directly with students: • Adaptive PE • Assistant Technology • Visually Impaired • Deaf & Hard of Hearing • Media Specialist • ESE School Specialist

  18. Reading Proficiency FAA

  19. Mathematics Proficiency FAA

  20. % Proficient on FAA

  21. Reading Performance Levels

  22. Mathematics Performance Levels

  23. Writing Performance Levels

  24. Science Performance Levels

  25. Timeline Implementing Access Points • 2007-2008 Began implementation of Access Points; developed 5-year plan (2008-2012) • 2008-2009 Implemented learning centers and focused on teaching strategies: systematic explicit instruction; task analytic instruction; focused on writing instruction • 2009-2010 Implemented school-wide reading initiative using research-based materials • 2010-2011 Implemented school-wide math initiative using research-based materials; implemented lesson study • 2011-2012 Implemented school-wide science initiative using research-based materials

  26. Lesson Study Groups • Divided teachers and support services staff into 3 groups; elementary, middle school, high school. • Professional Development; teachers and support services staff members received LS training; department chairs and principal become LS facilitators. • Completed 4 full lesson studies during 2010-2011

  27. LAKE HILLS SCHOOL - LESSON STUDY TEAMS MAY 2011 SCHEDULE

  28. Lesson Study Data Collection Form

  29. What did we learn from our Lesson Studies? We identified many strengths and focused on our weaknesses. Two of the biggest problems we found included: • Lack of evidence that instructional supports for learning (support services) were effectively included during instruction • Lack of evidence that IEP goals were fully addressed during instruction

  30. Lesson Study teams developed the following supports to solve identified problems: • Support Services Interactive Program • IEP Data Collection Excel Program • FAA Interactive Program • Rubrics • Lesson Plan Template SOLUTIONS

  31. SUPPORT SERVICES INTERACTIVE CHART 2011-2012 LEGEND: OT-Occupational Therapy; PT-Physical Therapy; SP-Speech; LG-Language; AT-Assistive Technology; BIP-Behavior Intervention Plan; NCP-Nursing Care Plan; VI-Visually Impaired; DHH-Deaf & Hard of Hearing

  32. FAA DATA INTERACTIVE CHART 2010 & 2011

  33. Lesson Plan Template TEACHER_____________________________________________ WEEK _______________________________________ LEGEND: OT=Occupational Therapy; PT=Physical Therapy; SP=Speech; LG=Language; AT=Assistive Technology; BP=Behavior Plan; NP=Nursing Care Plan; VI=Visually Impaired; DHH=Deaf and Hard of Hearing

  34. Thank you for your interest inLake Hills School

  35. Stan by Me! Tools and Resources to Support the Teaching and Learning of Access Points

  36. Building on: “Accessing the General Education Curriculum Foundations” Tools and Resources to Support the Teaching and Learning of Access Points

  37. Tools and Resources to Support the Teaching and Learning of Access Points Access Points Instructional Materials Review Process CPALMS Standards-based Resource Information System

  38. Access Points Instructional Materials Review Process • A manual to provide a standard process for school, district, or state teams to review academic materials and resources that support students with a significant cognitive disability in the teaching and learning of Access Points.

  39. Access Points Instructional Materials Review Process

  40. Access Points Instructional Materials Review Process

  41. Access Points Instructional Materials Review Process

  42. Access Points Instructional Materials Review Process

  43. Access Points Instructional Materials Review Process