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Grade Level SchoolNameSubjectRoadblockPossible SolutionsSpecific Project Persons Involved/StakeholdersMaterials and Supplies NeededSytem Changes/RecommendationsNext Steps
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13Oxnard CollegeBrett BlackmathEntry level students spend too much time in remedial math. This slows down their entire educational plan.We’ve tried to address this roadblock with our remedial math course redesign (Transitional Math classes).
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13Oxnard CollegeBrett BlackmathEntry level students assess 2 or more levels lower than their last H.S. math class.Possible solutions would be evaluating our assessment tool (which is admittedly poor), and getting students to take their math placement test more seriously.
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P-16VC P-16 CoucilRichard DuarteCommon CoreImplementation of Common Core will require the use of new/different strategies in the classroomProfessional development for the implementation of Common Core Standards.  A very useful link was shared by Brokers of Expertise http://myboe.org   that utilizes learning modules on Common Core Standards  http://myboe.org/go/groups/ccssplms 
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13Oxnard CollegeCynthia HerreraTransferFocus is on transfering students/certificate completion within 2-3 yearsThe implementation of Naviance will assist OUHSD students with career exploration and ed plans beginning at ninth grade.  Informing high school students/parents of the recent changes to financial aid and transfer (AAT/AST) may make an impact. Perhaps consider the possibility of implementing Naviance in the 6-7-8th grade.
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13-16CSUCIIvona Grzegorczykmath50% of students needing remediation at CI are not profficient with fractions. Courses affected: Chemistry, Physics, Accouting, College Algebra, Statistics and various science, math and business courses.More problem solving and modeling with fractions in Middle Schools, including multi step problems. Graphical methods, scaling, precentages, decimals, mixed numbers proficiency and understanding. Mental math.
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8 through 13CSUCIIvona Grzegorczykmath50% of CI students requires algebra remediation. Courses affected: All math and stats courses, Chemistry, Physics, Accouting and various science and business courses.More problem solving and algebraic modeling in High School Algebra, including multi step problems and graphing (by hand and using technology)
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K through 13CSUCIIvona GrzegorczykmathStudents do not know how to express their mathematics verbally.More student projects with presentations at all levels.
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K through 13CSUCIIvona GrzegorczykmathStudents have not enough experience collaboratingMore complex team projects that require modeling and connections. Team discussions and presentations. Applies to all levels.
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K through 13CSUCIIvona GrzegorczykmathStudents need more experience with computational technology, especially graphing tools.
More graphing assignments and projects heavy on computations.
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K through 13CSUCIIvona GrzegorczykmathStudents need more interactive learning leading to better comprehension.
Use of manipulatives, story telling, games and educational software as teaching tools. For example web site math.csuci.edu has several Jeopardy-type games posted for classroom use (focused mostly on pre-algebra and algebra). The math department has designed many learnig activities for various content and levels.
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathNot taking assessments seriouslyTest taking practices for SAT/ACT articulating and explaining test taking strategies
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathStudents are not interested in Math, don't see the relevance to their worldIntroduce gamification and integrate into classroom activities and assignments, industry-led workshops, edcuational field trips
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathStudents come without background knowledge and don't have the basic skillsMastery-based learning
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathIn College, students have weak computational skills which slows them downUse google docs to share resources and support solution orientation to better prepare students k-12 for college. Mastery-based learning
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathLack of articulation between grades/schools/math levels/classes along the K-16 pipelineopen lines of communication with articulation agreements that define mastery at each level
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathCollege Assessment Test: classes they took don't match the skills they haveTest Taking Practice Skills, re-visit test validity, mastery-based learning with articulation agreements
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathCollege: Students are not used to asking why something is true or why a technique worksGamification/Mastery Based Learning, Integrate language arts into math, project-based learning, common core
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathTendancy to memorize and not understandProject based learning - new common core standards change the expecation and learning
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathEconomic Barriers And Family ObligationsFamily Project Nights/Events (Integrated learning and problem solving in a fun creative environment
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathMath Anxiety, Automatic negative thoughts re: mathIntroduce gamification, professional development for teachers, integrate technology
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathTime management challenges: students lack discipline and focusfocus on "soft-skill" development, integrate concepts into project-based learning and linked learning
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathNegative messages about math and who can do it (relavent to students and teachers)Group Work and sharing resources, professional development
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathStudents (6-12) do not have appropriate summer math programs Sharing resources and communicating between faculty of every level, grant funded projects, integration of reading and writing into math
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathNeed professional development re: hands-on learning and teachingCountywide professional development across the pipeline, Math Summit grades 3-16 for sharing, common core model, high impact practices, series of workshops that focus on new standards and implementation
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupMathLack career awareness and connection of education to futureIntegrate industry professionals into the classroom
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishLab/Technical writing skills - non-narrativeImplementing common core with fidelity
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishUtilizing proper English during online learning & discussions
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishStudents hit "roadblock" during college application process at the writing requirement
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishWriting reserach papers - Lack of ability to form strong thesis statements with clear supporting evidence Implementing common core with fidelity
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishStudent lack necessary computer skills to utilize available technologyUse consistent or similiar Learning Management Systems across levels
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishAccelerate learning for accelerated classesProfessional Development for teachers on how to accelerate learning
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishCollege prep courses not preparing for collegeProfessional Development for teachers on how to accelerate learning
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishLack of basic writing skills & ability to communicate effectively both written and verbally
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishResearch Skills - Lack of ability to find and critically examine informationImplementing common core with fidelity
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishLack of cultivation of imagination, sensibility & sensitivityMastery based learning/ Gamification
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishStudents lack understanding of the connection between English and careersIntegrate industry professionals into the classroom
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishHow do we get entire pk-16 pipeline involved in processSet County-wide set of expectations of behavior, culture & quality
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishHow can we get information to more parents and garner more parent participationCapitalize on transition points for students (K, 8, etc.) to engage parents
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishNot proficient, but moving up to the next levelExpected Schoolwide Learning Results are ingrained in the school culture and aligned with expectations at other levels
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishHome languages other than English
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishStudents enter collegeand assess below college-level English - even some of those who have taken college-level English
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishGraduation expectations clearly defined for students
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Solution GroupSolution GroupSolution GroupEnglishStudents cannot read effectively and efficiently which affects comprehension as well as writing skillsPromote literacy across the curriculum
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