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2. The administrative staff would create opportunities for the grade-level team members to observe lessons of the other team members, assess the lessons to make sure they are meeting the teams’ goals, and provide peer coaching & feedback. End of the Year : The faculty and administrative staff would engage in summative conferences in order to assess and evaluate the effectiveness of the instructional model. These meetings would analyze data from local benchmarks, state mandated tests, administrative observations, and team observations & feedback. Data Analysis and Usage: The faculty and administrative staff will utilize data from local benchmarks and state mandated tests to gauge the students’ progress in regard to state standards for satisfactory progress. The faculty and administrative staff would use the testing data to group students to monitor for progress and formulate a plan to address the academic needs of these students. The teachers would use this data to target the specific standards that the students need additional support to master and what additional resources or supplemental instruction these students require in order to have their academic needs met.
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John Underwood EDLR 5311 Summer 2015 The faculty and administrative staff would analyze the data from classroom performance, local benchmark testing, and state mandated tests in order to determine if the curriculum being taught is aligned with the mandated and assessed curriculum then make adjustments to the scope & sequence as needed to insure alignment of the curriculum. The administrative staff would use data collected during walk-through and formal observations to determine the faculty’s progress in regard to campus and district goals & standards. The data collected would be used to aid the faculty in professional growth so they can reach their full potential for the benefit of our students. This data would be used to determine what types of professional development the administration will provide in the future as well as determining if the faculty are in the most effective placement based on their individual strengths as an instructor. Closing: New Tyler Public School has many positive attributes that will serve as the foundation for growth and improvement as we move forward.
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