Classworks User Guide and Resources

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Introduction

This is a comprehensive resource document for all things Classworks related.

Contacts & Resources

Classworks

Curriculum Advantage Implementation Manager Cheryl Hughes Cell: (864) 506-1167 Email: chughes@classworks.com

Technical Support: 800-323-9459 ext. 2

District 7

School Action Plans

Boyd Elementary

Classworks Contacts: Jeanie Cox, Meredith Rose


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the afterschool program

Objective Students will work 40-60 minutes two days a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data Student Population Students that attend the afterschool program – identified students based on MAP scores Grades 3-6 Total # of Students Approx. 30 students Total # Teachers 4 Technology Use Students will work in the lab two times a week for approx. 45 minutes (Monday and Thursday) Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Before April 8th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. April 8th Training: Training will be held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students will be enrolled in those classes. I have already completed enrollment and imported MAP data. Once classes are completed, ILPs will be created. April 12th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the afterschool program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with Bob Grant and Meredith Rose. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. May 3rd Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for enrichment

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (3-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Students who are on the bubble of meeting ‘highly proficient’ Grades 3-6 Total # of Students Approx. 100 students (Exact number will be determined when PASS data is received) Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching No branching required.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 3: Use Classworks for Intervention for self-contained/resource students

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Special ED and resource students Grades 2-6 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk. Classroom computers will also be used. Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).

Carver Jr. High

Classworks Contacts: Lisa Holman, Laura Palmer


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students in ‘Plus’ classes

Objective Students will work 90 minutes/ week on Classworks in the lab on individualized learning paths created from MAP data and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Students enrolled in Plus classes Grades 7-9 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab two times a week for approx. 45 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Teacher-created assignments Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Late July Training: District-wide training will be held. Mr. Fitzpatrick will encourage his teachers to attend for a refresher. August Enrollment: Students will be enrolled and classes set up Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 90inutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. October Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for remediation/enrichment in special ED classes

Objective Students in Special ED classes will work a minimum of 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (3-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Students in self-contained classes Grades 7-9 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers 2 Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk and on classroom computers Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching No branching required.


Action Steps

Late July Training: Teachers will be encouraged to attend for a refresher. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Chapman Elementary

Classsworks Contacts: Larry Armstrong, Rene Ford


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the afterschool program

Objective Students will work 40-60 minutes/day in the Boys and Girls Club on individualized learning paths created from MAP data Student Population Students that attend Boys and Girls Club Grades 3-6 Total # of Students Approx. 120 students Total # Teachers Volunteers Technology Use Students will work in the lab two times a week for approx. 45 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

January Pre-Training: IM obtained the rosters and created classes. January Training: Training was held with the B&G Club volunteers. January Mentoring: Returned for the first day that Classworks was used in the afterschool program. Reports scheduled at this time. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: IM visits school during B&G Club computer lab times.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. May of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for intervention/enrichment

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (3-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population All Students Grades 3-6 Total # of Students Approx. 480 Total # Teachers Approx. 12 Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching No branching required.


Action Steps

August date TBD Enrollment: IM will complete enrollment. Larry Armstrong will create classes and create ILPs from MAP data. Sept. date TBD Training: Teachers will receive refresher training. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 3: Use Classworks for Intervention for African American boys in ELA

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population TBD (When PASS data is received) Grades 3-6 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk. Classroom computers will also be used. Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August Create Classes: Larry Armstrong will create classes August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive additional training on creating targeted assignments. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Cleveland Elemetary

Classworks Contacts: Elizabeth Moore, Tammy Linder


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the afterschool program

Objective Students will work 40-60 minutes three days a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data (math and ELA) Student Population Students that attend the afterschool Boy and Girls Club Grades 3-6 Total # of Students Approx. 120 students Total # Teachers 2 Technology Use Students will work in the lab five times a week for approx. 45 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Before April 8th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. April 8th Training: Training will be held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students enrolled in those classes. I will be receiving the MAP data from Al Jeter when the spring testing window closes and will import that data and create ILPs. April 19th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the afterschool program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with Tammy Linder and Mr. Logan Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation. Un-mastered units will be reassigned.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. May Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for enrichment and intervention (2010-2011 school year – Focus to be determined when PASS results are received)

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population 470 Grades K-6 Total # of Students Approx. 470 students Total # Teachers 30 Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Tammy Linder to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 3: Use Classworks for enrichment and intervention (2010-2011 school year – Focus to be determined when PASS results are received)

Objective Students will work 120 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Math will be the focus. Student Population Estimated to be 50-60 students. They will be identified after fall MAP testing. Grades 3-6 Total # of Students Approx. 470 students Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk and 30 minutes/day before school. Additional Classworks time will be provided during pull-out intervention. Assignment Type SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Houston Elementary

Classworks Contacts: Marian Gilree, Julie Delaney, Jennifer Dowis


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the Academy of Creative Expression (ACE) afterschool program

Objective Students will work 45 minutes four days a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data (math and ELA) Student Population Students that attend the ACE program Grades PK-6 Total # of Students Approx. 50 students Total # Teachers 4 Technology Use Students will work in the lab four times a week for approx. 45 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Before March 11th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. March 11th Training: Training held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes were created and students were enrolled in those classes. I will be receiving the MAP data from Al Jeter when the spring testing window closes and will import that data and create ILPs. April 5th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the ACE program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with Kerry Dempsey, Claire Dalton, Arthur Means, Brenda Foster, Wanda Skipper, and Mr. Stokes. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. April Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for enrichment and intervention (2010-2011 school year – Focus to be determined when PASS data is received)

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population TBD Grades TBD Total # of Students Approx. 450 students Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teacher to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Madden Learning Center

Classworks Contacts: Dr. John Vernon, Teresa Sims


Goal 1: Use Classworks for intervention for Jr. high population

Objective Students will work 60 minutes one day a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data (math and ELA). Student will achieve a minimum RIT score off 230 on NWEA MAP tests at end of school year. Student Population Approx 80 students in grades 7-12 Grades 8-9 Total # of Students Varies Total # Teachers 4 Technology Use Students will work in the lab twice a week for approx. 60 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

Before April 6th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. April 6th Training: Training will be held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students were enrolled in those classes. I have completed enrollment and MAP import. Once classes are completed, we will create ILPs. April 12th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the afterschool program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with principal and Dennis Regnier. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


McCracken Jr. High

Classworks Contacts: Krissy Smith, Bridget Burts


Goal 1: Use Classworks for intervention in the afterschool program

Objective Students will work 30 minutes two days a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data (math and ELA) Student Population Identified students Grades 7-8 Total # of Students Approx. 60 students Total # Teachers 4 Technology Use Students will work in the lab two times a week for approx. 30 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Before April 13th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. April 13th Training: Training will be held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students were enrolled in those classes. I have already completed enrollment and imported MAP data. One the classes are completed, we will create ILPs. April 20th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the afterschool program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with Principal Peach and Bridget Burts. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 60 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. May 3rd Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May – end of year End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for intervention in Plus Classes

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Approx. 750 Grades 7-9 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Park Hills Elementary

Classworks Contacts: Marilyn Mackey, Amy Hayden, Kim Wells, Rodney Woodruff


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the afterschool Boys and Girls Club program

Objective Students will work 40-60 minutes four days a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data. Student Population Students that attend the afterschool program Grades 3-6 Total # of Students Approx. 100 Total # Teachers Student volunteers Technology Use Students will work in the lab four times a week for approx. 45 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Before April 8th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. April 8th Training: Training will be held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students will be enrolled in those classes. I have already completed enrollment and imported MAP data. Once classes are completed, ILPs will be created. April 12th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the afterschool program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with Donald Mims, Kim Wells, and Amy Hayden. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. May 3rd Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May – end of school year End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for Intervention

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (3-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Students who are on the bubble of meeting ‘proficient’ Grades 3-6 (AYP population) Total # of Students Approx. 80 students (Exact number will be determined when PASS data is received. Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 3: Use Classworks for Intervention for self-contained/resource students

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Special ED and resource students Grades 2-6 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk. Classroom computers will also be used. Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Pine Street Elementary

Classworks Contacts: Linda Cooper, Keith Godfrey, Dennis Regnier


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the afterschool program

Objective Students will work 60 minutes one day a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data (math and ELA) Student Population Students that attend the afterschool program Grades 4-6 Total # of Students Approx. 35 students Total # Teachers 2 Technology Use Students will work in the lab once a week for approx. 60 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Before April 12th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. April 12th Training: Training will be held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students were enrolled in those classes. I have completed enrollment and imported the MAP data. Once classes are set up, we will create ILPs for students. April 15th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the afterschool program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with principal and Dennis Regnier. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. April Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for intervention

Objective Students that are on the bubble of meeting ‘met’ will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data and teacher-created assignments. Math will be the focus. Student Population Approx. 750 Grades 3-6 Total # of Students TBD (Exact number will be determined when PASS data is received) Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 3: Use Classworks for intervention

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data and teacher-created assignments. Reading will be the focus. Student Population Approx. 750 Grades 2-3 Total # of Students TBD (Exact number will be determined after fall MAP testing) Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work on classroom computers during pull-out sessions with interventionists. Assignment Type SC MWEA Reading Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Spartanburg High School

Classworks Contacts: Kellie Bertrand, Jana Hannah


Goal 1: Use Classworks as an intervention tool to help identified students pass HSAP – “Sophomore Success”. 80% of students will pass HSAP.

Objective 10 grade students will work 90 min/week on HSAP sequences and teacher-created assignments. 9th grade MAP data will be used to determine which students will be placed in these classes. Student Population Approx. 1500 total student population in grades 10-12 Grades 10 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers 5 Technology Use Students will work in the lab twice a week for approx. 45 minutes/session Assignment Type HSAP Sequences/Teacher-created assignments Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

Before August 25th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. July 28th Training: Admin. training will be held with Classworks Champions. August 25th Training: Training will be held with champions, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students enrolled in those classes. Training will be held with HSAP recovery teachers. August date TBD Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the lab. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, training telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 90 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks as an intervention tool for resource and special ED students

Objective Resource and Special ED students will work 90 min/week on NWEA MAP sequences and teacher-created assignments. Student Population Approx. 1500 total students in grades 10-12 Grades 10-12 Total # of Students TBD Total # Teachers Approx. 18 Technology Use Students will work in the lab twice a week for 45 minutes/session and on classroom computers. Assignment Type NWEA MAP sequences and teacher-created assignments Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention.


Action Steps

Before August 25th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation August 25th Training: Training will be held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes will be created and students enrolled in those classes. Training will be held with HSAP recovery teachers and resource/special ED teachers. August date TBD Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the lab. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, training telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 90 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Todd Elementary

Classworks Contacts: Cindy Despard, Kerry Dempsey


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the afterschool program

Objective Students will work 40-60 minutes three days a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data (math and ELA) Student Population Students that attend the afterschool program Grades PK-6 Total # of Students Approx. 50 students Total # Teachers 4 Technology Use Students will work in the lab three times a week for approx. 45 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching No branching required


Action Steps

Before March 11th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and key school teachers and staff to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. March 11th Training: Training held with school tech, master teachers, group leaders. Classes were created and students were enrolled in those classes. I will be receiving the MAP data from Al Jeter when the spring testing window closes and will import that data and create ILPs. April 5th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the afterschool program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with Renee Kennedy and Marc Zachary. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 180 minutes a week of time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. April Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for enrichment and intervention (2010-2011 school year – Focus to be determined when PASS results are received)

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population TBD Grades TBD Total # of Students Approx. 450 students Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Wright Elementary

Classworks Contacts: Kizzy Rice, Karen Pack, Dawn Burgess


Goal 1: Use Classworks for enrichment for students that attend the Boys and Girls Club afterschool program

Objective Students will work 90 minutes twice a week in the afterschool program on individualized learning paths created from MAP data (math and ELA) Student Population Students being served by the Boys and Girls Club Grades 1-6 Total # of Students Approx. 100 students Total # Teachers 3 Technology Use Students will work in the lab twice a week for approx. 45 minutes Assignment Type NWEA sequences (math and ELA) Reports to be Used Skills Summary - weekly Assignment results – as needed First Evaluation for Branching Pre determined by target group; no branching required


Action Steps

Before March 11th Pre-Training: IM met with Principal, Assoc. Supt. Of Instruction, District Technology Coach, and Boys and Girls Club workers to determine implementation. I obtained the SIS spreadsheets and completed enrollment. Jim Frady obtained the Classworks rosters. March 11th Training: Training held with school tech, master teachers, assistant principal, Boys and Girls Clubs workers. Classes were created and students were enrolled in those classes. I will be receiving the MAP data from Al Jeter when the spring testing window closes and will import that data and create ILPs. April 5th Mentoring: Returning for the first day that Classworks is used in the Boys and Girls Club program. Reports will be scheduled at this time. May 3rd Mentoring: Review reports with Karen Pack, Ms. Jackson-Owens and teachers. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teachers will use the Skills Summary Report. Assignment results report will be pulled as needed for documentation.

Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for approx 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. April Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments necessary. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and Teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).


Goal 2: Use Classworks for enrichment and intervention (2010-2011 school year – Focus to be determined when PASS data is received)

Objective Students will work 90 min/week on ILPs created from MAP data (2-6) and teacher-created assignments. Student Population TBD Grades TBD Total # of Students Approx. 360 students Total # Teachers TBD Technology Use Students will work in the lab during scheduled times for 90 minutes/wk Assignment Type SC NWEA Reading SC MWEA Math Targeted assignments to reinforce instruction Targeted assignments for intervention Targeted assignments for enrichment Reports to be Used Skills Summary Assignment Results as needed for struggling students First Evaluation for Branching Quarterly meetings will be scheduled to review student data to decide if sub-grouping needs to be implemented as intervention for struggling students.


Action Steps

August date TBD Training: Review admin duties August date TBD Training: Teachers will receive training. Additional trainings will be held in September and October. Ongoing Ongoing Coaching and Mentoring: Teachers will receive ongoing support to effectively manage their students’ progress via in-person visits, telephone support, Go-To-Meetings, and online tutorials. Weekly Student Progress Monitoring: Teacher will use the Skills Summary Report to monitor student progress on a weekly basis. Students are expected to show mastery on instruction during this time. Any unit that is not mastered will be reassigned to students for additional practice. For students who require greater attention to detail, the Assignment Results Report will be utilized. Monthly School Performance Monitoring: Principal will receive the Skills Summary Report monthly via email that shows time-on-task and student performance. Principal should be looking for 90 minutes a week for time on task; additionally, they should be looking for a high percentage of mastery. Quarterly (Oct./Jan./Mar) Quarterly Evaluation Meetings: IM will meet with Principal and Teacher to review student performance trends and recommend any adjustments. May End-of-Year Evaluation Meeting: IM will meet with Principal and key teachers to review student progress for the year and discuss next steps for Year 2 (any revisions to goals, etc.).

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