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Clear Learning Targets Quality Classroom Ground Rules Mission Statement SMART Goals Data Center Data Folder Student-Led Conferences Class Meetings Quality Tools & PDSA Quality Classroom Slide 2 What do we want each student to learn, know, or be able to do? PLC Crucial Questions What evidence do we have of the learning? How will we respond when some students dont learn? How will we respond to those who have already learned? Slide 3 What do I need to know? Where am I now? How do I get there? What happens if I struggle or fail? Student Questions Slide 4 Goal Process Classroom & Student Identify the Learning Expectation Deconstruct it to enabling targets Transform to student friendly version I Can statements Create accurate classroom assessments Use w/students to chart growth Data center Data folder Slide 5 Kinds of Targets Knowledge Master content knowledge Know it outright Know where to find it or how to do it Use knowledge to reason Demonstrate performance skills Create quality products Rick Stiggins Slide 6 1.Instructional goals narrow students focus. Setting Goals/Objectives Marzano - Generalizations from research: 2. Instructional goals should be aligned to the school goals and curricular goals. 3. Students should be encouraged to personalize the goals. Robert J. Marzano Slide 7 When students know what they are learning, their performance, on average, has been shown to be 27 percentile points higher than students who do not know what they are learning. What are the learning targets? Slide 8 The objective is. I need to learn.. I have to complete this by Robert J. Marzano Slide 9 Today Read Chapter 2 in.. Finish Adverb assignment Work on myth.. Activities/Assignments Robert J. Marzano Slide 10 As a result of what we do today, you will be able to demonstrate that you: Understand the technique of foreshadowing in mysteries. Can revise writing to improve use of descriptive adverbs. Learning Goals Robert J. Marzano Slide 11 Do the odd numbered problems on pages 44 & 45. Show your work Unit review - Define four components of a culture. Understand the relationship between fractions and decimals. Using 3 resources - write a report on Charles Dickens. Practice 5 new words at home. Design menus that include a balance of foods from the food pyramid. One day for a teen-ager, one day for a toddler and one day for an adult. Activities/Assignments or Learning Goals????? Demonstrate your understanding of exponents. Know the role culture plays in incidents of cooperation and conflict in the present day world. Uses strategies to gather and record information for research topics. Knows nutritional guidelines to be considered for food and meal planning Asks and answers questions using appropriate terms Slide 12 Do the odd numbered problems on pages 44 & 45. Show your work Unit review - Define four components of a culture. Understand the relationship between fractions and decimals. Using 3 resources - write a report on Charles Dickens. Practice 5 new words at home. Design menus that include a balance of foods from the food pyramid. One day for a teen-ager, one day for a toddler and one day for an adult. Activities/Assignments or Learning Goals????? Slide 13 What is your classroom focus? Is this a Paradigm Shift? LearningOR Activities & Assignments Slide 14 SMART GOALS? S S pecific, strategic M M easurable A A ttainable R R esults-oriented T T ime-bound Slide 15 Why SMART Goals? Clear & Understandable Vision of the Target Targets as SMART goals. SMART goals direct our focus SMART goals help define exactly what the future state looks like and how it will be measured. Slide 16 What Gets Measured Gets Done When you measure progress, have a powerful influence on student achievement you stay on track, reach your target dates, experience the excitement of achievement......which spurs you on to continued effort required to reach your goals. Slide 17 SMART Goal - SIP to Classroom Original: During the 2007-08 school year, SAMPLE school will increase students proficiency in vocabulary skills in the non-proficient student subgroups as measured by the ITBS vocabulary sub test assessment will have a better understanding of words as measured by a 10% reduction of errors in vocabulary on weekly writing assignments. Kid Friendly: This year, Mr. Parks 3 rd grade class Slide 18 Student Goal (in data folder): This year, I will focus on getting better at learning the meaning of words. I will measure how Im doing by keeping track of the number of errors I have in vocabulary usage on the weekly writing prompts we do in class. Classroom SMART Goal (Kid Friendly): This year, Mr. Parks 3 rd grade class will have a better understanding of words as measured by a 10% reduction in vocabulary errors in weekly writing assignments. Classroom to Student Slide 19 SMART & Student Friendly? We want to improve math Vs. Mrs. Martins class will increase our estimation skills in math by 10% this year as indicated on the bi-weekly quizzes. Slide 20 Goal Process Classroom & Student Identify the Learning Expectation Deconstruct it to enabling targets Transform to student friendly version I Can statements Create accurate classroom assessments Use w/students to chart growth Data center Data folder What gets measured gets done. Slide 21 Reading Plan on a Page Teacher View Slide 22 Reading Plan on a Page Student View I can! Slide 23 Unit Plan on a Page (Learning Expectations) Learning Expectations taken from the red check marked items that are tested skills Learning Expectations taken from the red check marked items that are tested skills Align with Macmillan assessments Align with Macmillan assessments In the Process of Revising In the Process of Revising Continually working to align to standards and district strategic plan Continually working to align to standards and district strategic plan increase accessibility and effectiveness increase accessibility and effectiveness Slide 24 Communication Arts XYZ School District 3rd Grade -Sequencing Learning Expectation 3.0 The student sequences events from the beginning, middle, and end Sample Task Students will identify errors in a teacher provided chain of events from a shared reading and re- order them to be correct. Example text: The Pumpkin Runner by Marsha Diane Arnold Slide 25 Communication Arts XYZ School District 4th Grade -Summarizing/Synthesizing Learning Expectation 3.0 The student will utilize strategies to paraphrase, summarize, and explain main idea and supporting details using grade level text. Sample Task After reading Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin, summarize what Willie learned by studying snowflakes. Be sure to include the supporting details. After reading Snowflake Bentley, summarize the method that Willie used to photograph snowflakes successfully. Slide 26 What do I need to know? Where am I now? How do I get there? What happens if I struggle or fail? Students Ask Slide 27 Long term (What do I need to Know) Short Term (How will I get there) Steps..target Build confidence - I can learn this! Track progress in classroom data center Students set & track goals in data folder How close am I to the target? I can see my progress Set short term targets that step up to long term goal! Classroom SMART Goals Slide 28 Scaffold skills Deconstruct into scaffolding What are the enabling skills? Reading comprehension Main idea Cause & effect Sequencing Slide 29 Scaffolding Breaking learning targets into attainable, measurable steps Provides learners an opportunity to build upon prior knowledge through multiple, increasingly complex opportunities Learning Expectation sub skill Slide 30 Why Scaffold? Break SLE into attainable, measurable learning targets/goals Indicate progress towards the SLE Determine differentiation needs Build learner confidence & reduce frustration Celebrate Success along the way! Slide 31 Fraction - Part of a whole Identifies Equivalent Fractions Improper to Mixed Fractions to Decimals Fractions to Percents We did it! Hoover Elementary School Slide 32 Communication Arts XYZ School District 3rd Grade -Sequencing Learning Expectation 3.0 The student sequences events from the beginning, middle, and end Sample Task Students will identify errors in a teacher provided chain of events from a shared reading and re- order them to be correct. Example text: The Pumpkin Runner by Marsha Diane Arnold Slide 33 Learning Target Activity Slide 34 Scaffold Activity Slide 35 In my Classroom System Question : What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress and celebrate success? Are the learning targets clear? Slide 36 SMART Targets - I Can Statements Empower Students Common focus Target for achievement Communicate what is important Build community & engagement Motivation and confidence Slide 37 Success. SIP Goal Classroom / Curriculum Goal Learning/ Scaffold Target District Goal Goal Alignment