Welcome Back to School! 2010-2011 Homeschool OnlineHS Sequoia 2010-2011 Homeschool OnlineHS Sequoia.

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  • Welcome Back to School!2010-2011HomeschoolOnlineHSSequoia

  • Entry TaskCreate a flower: Each person puts on petal on the flower, on which is written their name and something important about them. Put the things you have in common in the center.

  • Celebrations!

  • CelebrationsGraduates!Salmon DinnerWriting Scores!

  • AgendaCore BeliefsThis I BelieveMission, Vision, ValuesData GoalsDiscipline

    Professional Code of ConductHigh Standards High Expectations-------------------------------------No Secrets---Clear Aligned Objectives

  • Core Belief One: Learning Is Important Learning SHOULD be rigorous, engaging and fun.Each child has the right to a quality education. The literate of the future are not those who can read and write, but those who can learn, relearn and unlearn. - Alvin TofflerIn times of change, learners inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.-Eric Hoffer

  • Core Belief One: Learning Is Important Education opens up choicesCollegeScholarshipsJobsLife SkillsEnduring Question: Enduring Question: How do I instill the love of learning in the students we serve? How can we prepare all of our students to be college & career ready?

  • Schools Do Make a DifferenceSchools that are highly effective produce results that almost entirely overcome the effects of student backgrounds. Marzano 2003All children can learn; And the school controls the factors to assure student mastery of the core curriculum Effective Schools

  • Correlates of Effective SchoolsStrong Instructional LeadershipClear and Focus MissionSafe and Orderly EnvironmentClimate of High ExpectationsPositive Home/ School RelationsOpportunity to Learn and Student Time on Task

  • Core Belief Two: Learning is critical to our success as a democratic society.Education, then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the conditions of man. Horace Mann

  • Core Belief Two: Democratic SocietyAn educated population allows us to:Debate multiple perspectives of an issue to make the best decisionAnalyze impact of decisions

    Enduring Question: How will your curriculum help students be a more informed member of society over time?

  • Core Belief Three: Each person should be treated with Dignity and Respect

  • Core Belief Three: Dignity and RespectSafeTrustworthyRisk TakingImportance of Teaching Skills

    Enduring Question: How do my daily actions illustrate this belief?

  • Core Values Love of Learning- Schools make a differenceEducation is important to each individual and the future of our societyEveryone should be treated with dignity and respect and in return should be expected to treat others the same

  • What are your beliefs?

  • This I BelieveHistoryMichael Oatman, Sara AdamsWriting

  • This I BelieveWriting Assignment: What do you believe? Explain your belief

    Table Sharing

  • Do you believe in me? Dalton Sherman

  • School Goals 2010-2011Focus on a clear stated objective that is aligned with instructionEmphasize High Standards and High ExpectationsContinue Growth in State AssessmentsGraduate Students College and Career ReadyContinue to Improve Course Passing Rate

  • High Standards/ High ExpectationsLook at the differentiating standards and expectations chart. Discuss what it looks like when a teacher acts in each of these quadrants.

  • EXPECTATION MESSAGES

    This work is important.You can do itand do it well.I wont give up on you even if you give up on yourself.Smart is not something you are. Smart is something you get through hard work and using strategies.

  • TEN ARENAS OF CLASSROOM LIFEFOR SENDING EXPECTATION MESSAGESCalling on students.Responding to students answersWhen students dont answerGiving help (solicited and unsolicited)Responding to student performanceResponding to unmet expectationsReacting when students do well.

    Reacting to a change in performance.Dealing with errorsGradingDealing with students who dont get it yetGroupingGiving and negotiating assignments and tasks

  • TO THINK ABOUT/TALK ABOUT:Who are the students . . .whose academic performance and success gets the least direct attention at your school?who are most likely to be labeled as unmotivated or from families who dont care about education?who are most likely to fall through the cracks or be allowed to perform at low levels?who grab your heart and worry you the most?

  • What are you going to do to let those students know you have high expectations and believe they can achieve to a high standard?

  • School Goals 2010-2011Focus on a clear stated objective that is aligned with instructionEmphasize High Standards and High ExpectationsContinue Growth in State AssessmentsGraduate Students College and Career ReadyContinue to Improve Course Passing Rate

  • This will be accomplished by.Being clear on what good instruction is. Having a caring and dedicated staff willing to do whatever it takes to help EACH student learn to high standards.

  • This will be accomplished by.Successful implementation of two sections of the AVID program and training in AVID strategies.Improving the quality of instruction and assessment through collaboration.

  • Table Talk- What support do you need to be successful in this environment?

  • Scheduled Meetings9/8 Advisory Teachers 8:00-12:10: Call all advisory students past/present, remind them of intake. Appointments for unfinished 4 year plans, Pre-scheduling for returning students.Homeschool Orientation 9:30-1:30OnlineHS Classes StartPTSA Welcome Back book fair, gathering 11:00-12:001:00-3:20 Intake Day 1-4 Training, Avid Criteria for Selection9/9 Advisory Teachers: 8:00-12:10 Continue Day 1 Activities1:00-3:20 PLC Meetings, Prep for intake Day 1-4, Train New MembersHomeschool Orientation 1:00-2:309/10-9/20 Intake 8:30-11:3011:30-12:10 Lunch12:10-1:00 Respond to Name Cards, Check-in Assignments, Prep1:00-3:20 PLC Meetings, Trainings, Staff Meetings

  • Callbacks Callbacks:SHS-OnlineHS Open House 9/15HSA Open House 1/27SHS-OnlineHS Student Showcase Open House 2/16SHS-OnlineHS, HSA Graduation 6/16/10

  • School View2009 WASL Analysis- Grade 10

  • NOTE: Students who took (and passed) the 10th grade WASL as a 9th grade student are included in the % meeting standard data, NOT in the % by level. They ARE included in sub-group data.

  • NOTE: Students who took (and passed) the 10th grade WASL as a 9th grade student are included in the % meeting standard data, NOT in the % by level. They ARE included in sub-group data.

  • NOTE: Students who took (and passed) the 10th grade WASL as a 9th grade student are included in the % meeting standard data, NOT in the % by level. They ARE included in sub-group data.

  • Data Review SummarizeBriefly summarize what you learned about our school as a result of this data review. List any questions you may still have.

  • Reflection on 2009-2010 GoalsImprove in State AssessmentsContinue to Graduate More StudentsMove students from red and yellow to green lightIncrease Course Passing RateMinimize UnknownsFocus on College Readiness

  • Reading ActivityIn pairs, compare and discuss the key terms circled and the sections that were underlined

  • Watching Phil Holmes: Magic Minus the Sleight of HandParagraph assignment for participants

    Apply the Summarizing the Text steps

  • Summarizing the TextCarefully read the sectionRe-read the text and mark information relevant to the reading purposePause to connect ideas within the textList most important information in the paragraph or section and leave out nonessential descriptions and other detailsWrite one or two sentence(s) that include all the relevant information in the paragraph

  • Summarizing the Text (continued)Table/group activity: Summarizing Sections of Expository TextsCombine paragraph summaries to write one summary for the entire articleDiscuss: How can the strategy support all students working with rigorous texts?

  • Questions?

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