2017-2018 JMS School Improvement Plan TRACKER
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CategoryCurriculum - Math
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GoalTeachers and administrators will identify gaps and overlaps, specifically in the area of fractions.
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StrategiesDriven by regular data reviews by teachers, coaches, and administration, JMS will supplement, refine, and align existing math curriculum to address gaps in whole-district student performance data.
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Who?ActionsAssessmentStatus as of 1/1/181/1/18 Adjustments6/25/18 Final Update
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AdministrationOngoing: Facilitate and support teachers in developing pacing and long term planning- PD feedback from teachershttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yG8u6gFVTrr-oddcxWmGdKij_vbij6Os31HJH9gW85o/edit?usp=sharing(none)
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AdministrationOngoing: Analyze math-unit formative assessment data and STAR screenings, and follow-up with teachers and coaches about the curriculum-based lessons being done to address students’ needs in identified areas of focusNotes from coaches meetings and one-on-one meetings with teachers- 12/19 data meetings with each teacher
- To do in Jan: Look at end-of-unit assessments to find and sort <3 responses
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Teachers & Math CoachBy the end of February grade-level meetings: Map the progression and percentage of curriculum time devoted to fractions and major works (by grade)Minutes from grade-level meetings
Curriculum doc revisions
Morning PD given to teachers on progression of fractions through the grades
Work started in December, as planned, but is taking longer than anticipated
This work was started in December; work to be done by the end of the school year.The work for this task took longer than anticipated. We also lost one of our anticipated round of grade level meetings that were scheduled for March.

Below you will find the units that remain to be mapped out for completion:
Grade K: Units B, C, D, E, F
Grade 1: Units F
Grade 2: Unit D, E, F
Grade 3: Units A, B, C, D, F
Grade 4: Unit F
Grade 5: Units D, E
Grade 6: Units 1-9 (This was the only grade that did not get to start this due to their time being dedciated to learning their new resource.)

The plan is to continue this work into the next school year.
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Teachers & Math CoachOngoing: Refining the strategies to instruct fractions appropriately at each grade levelMinutes/observations/reflections from coach’s time with teachersOngoing
Teachers attending Graham Fletcher workshop ("Untangling Fractions")
This work was started in December; work to be done by the end of the school year.Three morning PD sessions on fractions were held during the school year to strengthen instructional practice on the progression of fractions.
Our grade 2 teacher attended the Graham Fletcher workshop. During grade levels, teachers who attended this workshop shared out their learning to teachers in grades 2-5.
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Teachers & Math CoachOngoing: Assess student progress toward grade-level standards in fractions and prerequisite skillsNotes and documented adjustments that result from ongoing analysis of student progress- 12/19 data meetings with each teacher
To do in Jan: Look at end-of-unit assessments to find and sort <3 responses
(none)Teachers used IABS, common formative assessments, and end of unit assessments to help drive instruction in the area of fractions.

In process of assessing outcomes on the STAR math assessments and use results to help make instructional decisions for next school year. In K, our work on whole numbers lays a foundation for fraction work. Grade one used their work on number partitioning to achieve number sense of fractions.
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