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  1. Improvement Planning

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

  3. 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

  4. According to the Snapshot only 20% of 6th grade lessons observed were at medium or high level cognition.

  5. Walk- through data

  6. District benchmarks Walk- through data

  7. District benchmarks STAAR Walk- through data

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

  9. Problem Statement Root Cause/ Need Needs Assessment

  10. Problem Statement Root Cause/ Need Needs Assessment

  11. Problem Statement Root Cause/Need Needs Assessment

  12. Annual Goal: Problem Statement:

  13. Annual Goal Problem Statement

  14. S Specific M Measurable A Attainable R Result-based T Time Bound

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

  16. 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.

  17. Strategy Broad overarching approach to meet the stated goal

  18. Strategy: Need/Root Cause:

  19. Need/Root Cause

  20. Strategy Need/Root Cause

  21. Problem Statement Need/Root Cause Needs Assessment

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

  23. 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.

  24. Questions to consider when establishing your strategy…

  25. Does the strategy… Give overall direction? Fit resources and opportunities?

  26. Does the strategy… Minimize resistance to barriers? Advance the mission?

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

  28. Annual Goal Annual Goal Quarter 4 Goal Quarter 3 Goal Quarter 2 Goal Quarter 1 Goal Problem Statement

  29. S Specific M Measurable A Attainable R Results-based T Time Bound

  30. Quarter 2 Goal= 10% Annual Goal Quarter 4 Goal= 10% Quarter 3 Goal= 10%

  31. Quarter 2 Goal= 10% Annual Goal = Scores by 10% Quarter 4 Goal= 10% Quarter 3 Goal= 10%

  32. Quarter 1 Goal= 2.5% Quarter 2 Goal= 2.5% Quarter 4 Goal= 2.5% Quarter 3 Goal= 2.5%

  33. Quarter 1 Goal= 2.5% Quarter 2 Goal= 2.5% Quarter 4 Goal= 2.5% Quarter 3 Goal= 2.5%

  34. Annual Goal Annual Goal Quarter 4 Goal Quarter 3 Goal Quarter 2 Goal Quarter 1 Goal Problem Statement

  35. 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.

  36. 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.

  37. 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.