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1 K SMART Goals ELA: Students will improve on DIBELS nonsense word fluency Students will improve on their ability to Blend/segment real words (starting with cvc) Math: Given a problem solving story students will improve their ability to write a number sentence w/in 10 Students will improve their ability to compose/decompose to 10
2 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name First Grade Team Subject Area Math Team SMART Goal 1. 80% of the students will demonstrate addition and subtraction fact fluency skills to ten by getting at least 23 out of 25 answers correct on the grade level created math fact fluency assessment by June. Strategies & Action Steps math games  ten frame fluency tests (2 min.) timing Eureka Math Sprints Eureka Math Number Bond Dash Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness First Grade Teachers/special ed teachers September June Growth on the grade level fact fluency assessments % of the students will score a three on module 2, 4 and 6 problem solving sections on the Eureka Math assessment by June. Eureka Math lessons involving problems solving. First Grade Teachers/Special Ed September June Students scores on the mid module and final module assessments.
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4 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name First Grade Team SMART Goal Strategies & Action Steps Wonders Reading 1. 80% of the Materials students will Reading Mastery meet the Walk to Read (?) fluency  Title and LAP support benchmark  WRC as measured by the DIBELS. Subject Area Reading Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness First Grade Teachers September to June DIBELS NEXT and Title One, LAP, and WRC 2. 80% of the student will have a score of 50+ on the Decoding Survey. Wonders phonics (foundational) instruction First Grade Teachers and Title One, LAP, and WRC September to June Decoding Survey
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6 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name: Second Grade Team SMART Goal Strategies & Action Steps 1. All students will show increased growth in ORF and their DIBELS Composite Score Walk to Read CCSS Open Court Reading Mastery Homeroom ELA Including small groups and using informational text Subject Area Reading Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Classroom teachers September to June DIBELS 3 times a Title Support year Universal Jan Screening LAP End of Story SPED teachers assessments Responses to reading orally/written Other: Read Naturally Mini Groups 3 times a week including reading to K Classroom Teachers Parent Volunteers September to June Differentiate after formative assessments as needed Students setting goals and tracking progess
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8 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name Second Grade Team Subject Area Math Team SMART Goal Strategies & Action Steps KEMS Math Counts Math Connects IMPACT All of the 2 nd Grade students will increase their fluency in addition and subtraction fact fluency skills to 20 Student goals/tracking progress Fact gamesflashcards, computer, etc. Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Classroom Teachers September June Weekly Fact SPED Teachers Assessments Practicing 34 days of the week Differentiation as needed after assessments
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10 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name: Second Grade Team SMART Goal Strategies & Action Steps All second graders CCSS will show growth AFL in using proper Transitioning to ELA Step Up to Writing organization in Thinking Maps expository, opinion and narrative writing Incorporating across content Grammar areas. Subject Area Writing Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Classroom Teachers SeptemberJune 3 common writing SPED teachers prompts Rubrics Teacher Observation Differentiation after formative assessments Students writing goals and tracking progress
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12 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name: 3 rd Grade Subject Area ELA Team SMART Goal 70% of students will be able to write a detailed paragraph with a topic sentence and conclusion. Strategies & Action Steps Structured written responses with various texts. StepUpOrganization Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Teacher will model. Students will practice. Teacher provides opportunities for students to practice. SeptemberJune SeptemberJune Teacher will use rubric to spotcheck paragraphs. Teacher will use rubric to spotcheck paragraphs. Journal Writing/Letter Writing Teacher provides opportunities for students to practice. SeptemberJune Teacher will use rubric to spotcheck paragraphs. Summary Paragraph Writing Teacher provide opportunities to practice. OctoberJune Teacher will use rubric to spotcheck summaries. 70% of students will be able to read and respond to a selection, providing textbased evidence in their responses. Data Director Teachers will create assessments to provide practice opportunities. OctoberJune Every 6 weeks Adequate scores on assessments
13 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name: 3 rd Grade Subject Area Math Team SMART Goal 75% of students will fluently multiplication and division Fact Masters. Strategies & Action Steps Graphing progress weekly Playing Fact Master CDs and DVDs. Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Students will graph weekly scores. Teacher motivates students September AdditionSubtraction OctoberJune MultiplicationDivision September AdditionSubtraction Weekly tests Weekly tests Fact practice homework Students focus attention Parents give practice opportunities OctoberJune MultiplicationDivision SeptemberJune Weekly Weekly tests
14 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name: 3 rd Grade Subject Area Reading Foundations Team SMART Goal 80% of students will achieve grade level fluency and accuracy before exiting 3 rd grade. Strategies & Action Steps Graphing Mini Reading Groups Fluency Homework Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Students monitor their progress Teacher guidance on their progress Differentiate leveled groups and reading materials. Group leader monitors accuracy Parents monitor accuracy as well as fluency (hopefully) SeptemberJune OctoberMay SeptemberJune Dibels Progress Monitoring Read Naturally Dibels Progress Monitoring Read Naturally Dibels Progress Monitoring Read Naturally
15 Our smart goals are rough and in edit form now: SMART Goals 4 th Grade Draft For math we will have our SG follow each Module Story and target the end of the module assessments. This will also address Common Core. For ELA we need to get into the new curriculum and see how the units correlate with Common Core. We would like time to dial these in in the fall (after further training)
16 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name: 5 th Grade Team SMART Goal Strategies & Action Steps All students will show improvement on comprehension questions using evidence from text Teacher created tests Paper and Pencil Pre and Post tests Subject Area ELA Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Classroom teacher with assistance of coach Sept June Six Week RTI Cycles Reading comprehension assessment results Basil Alignment Tests Use shorter passages Students track progress Teacher, Resource, Inclusion, Title Sept June DIBELS, Progress monitoring, IEP objectives Every Student will show progress using pre/post text on supporting their thinking in writing across the content areas In Science, student will use data to support conclusions. Use Step Up to Writing and teacher created materials Teacher October 2014June 1015 Rubrics Students will use data to support their opinions and conclusions in writing persuasive/opinion papers and research papers using Step Up to Writing Teacher October 2014June 2015
17 SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results Oriented, Time Bound Team Name: 5 th Grade Subject Area Math Team SMART Goal Strategies & Action Steps All students will show growth: _ Fluently multiplying multidigit whole numbers using the standard algorithm Fluently and accurately dividing up to a fourdigit number by one or two divisors using the standard algorithm Represent +,  of decimals using place value models and connect the representation to the related equation Fluency and accurately = and  decimals 90 minutes of math each day using KEMS, Math Counts, Math Connects and Fact Masters Differentiated instruction with RR Teacher pushing in and pullingout for small group instruction as needed Fact Masters Responsibility Timeline Evidence of Effectiveness Homeroom teacher and RR Teacher By the end of November 2014 SAME as above By the end of Jan Data Director test based on standard being measured Unit/Chapter Tests Formative and summative assessment Same as above By the end of May 2015 Weekly Assessments
18 All students will show growth as evidenced by pre and post tests for the following:  =/ fractions and mixed numbers using visual and numerical models and connect the representation to the related equation  Fluently and accurately =/ fractions including mixed numbers( including unlike denominators)  Solve single and multistep word problems using =/ of whole numbers, fractions and decimals  Solve real world problems involving division of unit fractions by nonzero whole numbers by unit fractions by using visual fraction models and 90 minutes of math each day Differentiation Classroom teachers and SPED teachers By the end of February 2015 DataDirector test based on the standard being measured. Unit and Chapter tests Formative and summative assessments.
19 equations to represent the problem All students will show growth on the following:  classify twodimensional figures in a hierarchy based on properties  relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume  Apply to formulas for volume for rectangular prisms to find volumes of right rectangular prisms with whole number edge lengths in the context of real work and math problems  Write algebraic expressions that represent simple situations and evaluate the 90 minutes of math each day Homeroom and SPED teachers By the end of May 2015 Data Director tests based on the standard being measured Unit/Chapter tests Formative and summative assessments
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