Instructional

 

Improvement

 

Strategy

 

By Erika Meijer

 

Goals and

 

Objectives:

 

 Improve Math 8 PARCC scores

 

 

Support student success

 

 

Mobilize community of adults

 

3 year time period

 

 

 

Reasoning:

 

Parent and community involvement is low

 

Students and parents do not feel supported

 

 

Based on a proven, data-driven school improvement plan

 

 

Reasoning:

 

Math 8 PARCC scores were lowest scores in the school

 

Graph of scores:

 

Set-Up:

 

Develop:

 

 

School Planning Team

 

 

Student and Staff Support Team

 

 

Parent Team

 

 

Teams will be responsible for designing a

 

school plan, creating staff development, and

 

monitoring and assessing student data

 

 

 

 

Timeline:

 

Before school starts: Form support teams and

 

write missions

 

Monthly:

 

School Planning Team creates school rules, regulations, and activities

 

Student and Staff Support Team plans effective professional developments (some based on data-driven lesson assessment) for staff and engaging activities to boost student morale

 

Parent Team facilitates activities to involve parents and community members in the education process

 

All three teams meet to evaluate progress 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Math 8 PARCC Timeline:

 

By the end of year 1: Increase from 14% to 21%

 

By the end of year 2: Increase from 21% to 28%

 

By the end of year 3: Increase from 28% to 35%

 

Increase of 7% each year

Monitoring & Evaluating

 

Visibility

How will we

reach our goal?

 

Relationships

 

COMMUNICATION

Positive school culture

 

Data-driven

 

lessons

 

Affirmation!

Administrator involvement in curriculum, instruction, and assessment

Contingent rewards

 

INPUT

See our plan in 

action!!

 

Click here to view the action plan!

 

 

 

Click here to view an example of a data-driven lesson!

 

 

 

Click here to email Erika!