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18 Critical Issues
Transcript of 18 Critical Issues
Goals What must all students learn?
How will we know they've learned it?
What will we do if they don't?
What will we do if they already have? Shared mission, vision, values and goals
Commitment to Continuous Improvement
Results Orientation 3 4 4 6 18 Identify team norms and protocols.
Analyze student achievement data & set SMART goals.
Clarify essential content for courses and units.
Align essential content with state standards.
Identify content that can be eliminated.
Sequence the content through pacing guides.
Identify prerequisite knowledge.
Develop ways to assess prerequisite knowledge.
Systematically assist students without prerequisite knowledge.
Establish common formative assessments.
Agree upon performance standards for common formative assessments.
Develop common summative assessments.
Agree upon performance standards for common summative assessments.
Establish common criteria for evaluating the quality of student work.
Teach students those criteria and provide them exemplars.
Evaluate our adherence to norms at least twice a year.
Use data from common assessments to guide school improvement efforts.
Use common assessments to identify students needing extra time/support to master essential content.
Reduce each of the 18 issues to 1-3 word phrases
Represent those 18 phrases using 3 separate tiered graphics (any shape) where the geometric shape indicates a respective amount/degree of content
People- ALL vs. FEW
Priorities - 1st vs. LAST
Practice - GENERAL vs. SKILLED Using your chart paper: slow down and spread light! What do they mean?
How do I see myself against them?
How can they help me... eat whatever elephant is on my horizon? FEW ALL 1ST LAST GENERAL SKILLED BIG IDEAS PILLARS QUESTIONS CHARACTERISTICS CRITICAL ISSUES Identify team norms and protocols = Sequence the content through pacing guides = Agree upon performance standards for common formative assessments = Systematically assist students without prerequisite knowledge = Norms & Protocols Sequential Pacing Guides CFA Performance Standards CFA Performance Standards Sequential Pacing Guides Sequential Pacing Guides Norms & Protocols Norms & Protocols CFA Performance Standards Show me first! Assist Student Prereqs
Systmatic Remediation PRACTICE M.D. Surgeon PRACTICE 3 Views Norms & Protocols Sequential Pacing Guides CFA Performance Standards 18 Critical Issues of a PLC ...one bite at a time PEOPLE PEOPLE PRIORITY PRIORITY