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description of my vision and ideas of raising student achievement
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glenda darby

on 21 April 2010

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PROFESSIONAL VISION STATEMENT EVERY CHILD IN MIND Motivate scholars Involvement of the larger community Committed Staff Investment in our children effective instruction engaging curriculum Professional Artifacts Action Plan
raise student achievement Stimulating Environment
EXAMPLES stimulating learning environment Mission SOTF best practices Staff & Locations Classroom Management tips SOTF Sub Packet PHILOSOPHY "Inspire learning-
the effort is worth
it." Future Application ANY QUESTIONS ????? Presentation Collaborative work Mastery Learning Student Net data Discussion Reflect & Write THAT CONCLUDES MY PRESENTATION Transition to High School Lead the initiative open-ended example High Drop Out rate SCHOLARS RESULTS
70% scored a 3
5% scored a 2 &
25% scored a 4
after 4 trials
My actions demonstrated when I took
responsibility for implementing an initiative
to improve teaching and learning.
I have developed a better understanding of how to address the needs of a school.
I sought to identify the causes of a problem
I also sought additional information about issues relevant to the school and its mission
I communicated a clear learning-related rationale for my decision.
Professional Development
strategies & exemplary practices The Co-Teaching Model
special education teachers and
regular education teachers Model the way we should teach to the needs of each child Promote the incorporation of themes, integrated units, projects, group work, individual work, and hands-on learning in order to make children active learners District: 47% of 9th grade scholars drop out of school before the 12th grade.
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