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Back to School Presentation

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Glenda Noblitt

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NEW ADMIN STRUCTURE
COMMON FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
Formative assessments are meant to be ongoing and used to provide feedback to teachers and students to correct the teaching-learning process. They should be brief activities that inform teachers if learning has occurred.
ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS
pgs. 20-21
BEST PRACTICES
Instruction:
1. Student centered activities
2. Flexible grouping
3. Learning centers/stations

Documentation:
1. Ongoing Assessment (Formative)
2. Data Driven Decision Making
3. Collaboration/PLC
We understand the demands that are coming down from Washington DC, New Mexico, and the district and the very real challenges of educating children. We have no doubt that with the personnel that we have in place that we can eliminate ineffective practices and pedagogical inertia which have built up over the years. We have the opportunity to create a mindset where there is a new sense of optimism, a sense of urgency, and accountability to each other and to our students. We will continue to collaborate and incorporate new ideas and practices which help us meet our immediate goals and better position us to deal with the challenges ahead. We cannot miss this opportunity. We will not fail each other, our community, our families, and our students.
MISSION: ALL STUDENTS WILL LEARN
RIGOROUS AND RELEVANT LEARNING
RELEVANCE
For LEARNING to be relevant to students they must:
1. make connections to experience.
2. receive frequent feedback.
ASSESSMENT
CULTURE
DATA DRIVEN INSTRUCTION
WELCOME BACK TROOPS!
Estancia Elementary School
Instructional Principal
Glenda
1. Observations/Evaluations
2. PLC
3. Instructional Materials
4. Professional Development
5. Collecting data
6. Analyzing data
7. SAT/Academic
8. Fidelity of Interventions
9. Report Cards/Progress
Reports
NEW SECRETARIAL DUTIES
Nestora- 1. Substitutes
2. Safety
3. Enrollment
4. 2-6 Staff


Aimee- 1. Registration
2. Attendance
3. PowerSchool
4. PreK-1 Staff
INSTRUCTIONAL COACH
Cheryl- 1. PLC
2. Walkthroughs
3. Coaching
4. SAT
5. PD
Operational Principal
Denise
1. Discipline
2. Custodians/Facilities
3. Positive Behavior
Supports
4. SAT/Behavior
5. Behavior Intervention
Plans
6. Playgrounds
7. Purchase Requisitions
8. Duty Schedules
9. Technology

Both
1. EPSS
2. Powerschool
3. Testing Programs
4. Safety
5. Community Involvement
6. Attendance
7. Bonus Points
pg. 45
Mission Statement
Uncompromising commitment to student success, achievement, and excellence in all that we do.
pg. 4
HIGH EXPECTATIONS
pg. 5
pg. 6
pg. 8-9
For TEACHING to be relevant teachers must:
1. make connections to prior and
subsequent learning.
2. present lessons in context. (SPELLING)
3. choose key activities.
4. design active lessons.
5. provide authentic practice.
6. customize structure and pacing.
RIGOR
For LEARNING to be rigorous for students:
1. check for understanding.
2.must be able to engage in active and authentic
learning.
3. receive frequent feedback.
4. they must feel challenged enough to feel a
productive struggle.
For TEACHING to be rigorous teachers:
1. Choose key activities that provide
enough challenge to students to
create a productive struggle.
2. customize structure and pacing.
pgs. 10-14
OBSERVATION & FEEDBACK
pgs. 15-18
ACADEMIC INTERVENTIONS
pgs. 22-30
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES
pgs. 31-34
See schedule
POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS/DISCIPLINE
pgs. 35-44
see Discipline Matrix
PROFESSIONAL EXPECTATIONS
pgs. 45-56
Will start on Aug. 18th at 7:30am
See Marzano Teaching Map- in Schedules tab
DIBELS, DISCOVERY, DRA
see Assessment Calendar
NEW OPPORTUNITY
OTHER SCHEDULES
See Schedules and Goals tab (Gold)
GOALS
Based on the District Priorities and School SMART goals work with your grade level team to write SMART goals. Then, add them to the section with the GOLD tab.
TASK
1.Get into groups based on
the number on the dot in
your notebook.
2. Create an illustration
using the words in the
next circle.
3. Be prepared to present
your illustration to the
group.
GOALS
FORMATIVE AND SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
STUDENT OUTCOMES
DATA
RIGOR
RELEVANCE
CULTURE
EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION
FEEDBACK
DOOR PRIZE (2)
DOOR PRIZE (2)
DOOR PRIZE (2)
DOOR PRIZE (2)
TABLE TALK
TABLE TALK
What are some actions that we need to take to ensure that these goals are met with fidelity?
TABLE TALK
SUPPORT
1. Leadership Team
2. Two new books:
"Leverage Leadership"
and "
Driven by Data"
by Paul Bambrick- Santoyo
What are the benefits of frequent observation feedback and and reflection?
Are there any fears?
RECOGNITION and CELEBRATIONS
Leadership
Creativity
Positive Behaviors
Instructional Strategies
Classroom Culture
What are some ineffective practice and pedagogical practices?
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