Student Achievement at Custer School

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Student Achievement at Custer School by Mind Map: Student Achievement at Custer School

1. Time on Task

1.1. Teacher Knowledge of content

1.1.1. PLC

1.1.2. Grade level Meetings

1.1.3. Staff meetings

1.1.4. In-service/Early release

1.1.5. Beyond school day

1.1.6. Conferences

1.1.7. PLN

1.2. Targeted lessons matched to CCSS

1.3. Technology

1.3.1. Smart Board

1.3.2. Laptop carts

1.3.3. Classroom laptops

1.3.4. Mobile devices/Phone/iPad/ereaders

1.4. Flexible Grouping

1.4.1. Short term targeted Tier 1 intervention

1.4.2. Strategy groups

1.4.3. Conferring notebook

1.4.4. Flexible/responsive daily schedule

1.5. Appropriate materials

1.5.1. Classroom libraries

1.5.2. Book Carts

1.6. Assessment

1.6.1. MEAP

1.6.2. District

1.6.3. Classroom/Formative

1.7. Instructional Safetynets

1.7.1. IE Time

1.7.1.1. Push-in

1.7.1.1.1. Targeted

1.7.1.1.2. Short term

1.7.1.2. Pull-out

1.7.1.2.1. Intensive

1.7.1.2.2. Short term

1.7.2. Push-in support during Tier 1 small groups

1.7.3. Co-Teaching/Modeling/Coaching during Tier 1

1.7.4. Instructional Assistants

1.7.4.1. application/practice activities

1.7.4.2. Training

1.7.5. Parents/volunteers/peer tutors

1.7.5.1. practice activities/materials

1.7.5.2. Training

1.7.6. Extended Day

1.7.6.1. on-site

1.7.6.2. off-site?

1.7.6.3. Transportation options

1.7.7. Special Ed

2. Parent/Community Involvement

2.1. Social/Academic

2.1.1. Math/Science Night

2.1.2. Family Reading Night

2.1.3. Goodies with Grandparents

2.2. How to work with students or their own child

2.2.1. Parent workshops

2.2.2. Parent volunteer training

2.3. Financial

2.3.1. PTO

2.3.2. Business Partners

2.3.3. Charities/Foundations

2.4. Connections to community resources

2.5. Off-site outreach

2.5.1. Apartments

2.5.2. Mobile Home Parks

2.5.3. Locations near where students reside

3. Engagement

3.1. Instructional pacing

3.1.1. Classroom visitation

3.1.2. Coaching/modeling

3.2. Differentiated lessons

3.3. Technology

3.3.1. laptops

3.3.2. interactive smartboard lessons

3.3.3. Explore use of ereaders

3.3.4. Web 2.0 Tools/Blogging

3.4. Classroom Community

3.5. Agency

3.6. Behavioral Safetynets

3.6.1. lunch groups

3.6.2. behavior plans

3.7. Interesting Materials