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Chariton Community School District Individual Career Development Plan

TEACHER: Jayme Braida GENERAL FOCUS OF THE PLAN: SPECIFIC GOALS (Written in a manner that allows for progress to be measured): DISTRICT GOAL: 1. Chariton Community Schools 2010-11 Annual Improvement Goal for Reading is to increase the percent of 2010-11 tenth grade students earning a score considered proficient or above (41%-99%) on the Iowa Tests of Educational Development (ITED) Reading Comprehension test as compared to their performance as ninth graders (64.0% proficient). 2. Chariton Community Schools 2010-11 Annual Improvement Goal for Math is to increase the percent of 2010-11 eleventh grade students earning a score considered proficient or above (41%-99%) on the Iowa Tests of Educational Development (ITED) Math Concepts and Problems test as compared to their performance as tenth graders (69.1% proficient). Chariton Community Schools 2010-11 Annual Improvement Goal for Science is to increase the percent of 2010-11 eleventh grade students earning a score considered proficient or above (41%-99%) on the Iowa Tests of Educational Development (ITED) Science test as compared to their performance as tenth graders (61.9% proficient). Chariton Community Schools 2010-11 Annual Improvement Goal for Technology is to continue to expect 100% of 2010-11 eighth grade students to earn a score considered proficient or above on the district-developed technology assessment. Chariton Community Schools 2010-11 Annual Improvement Goal for School Climate is to increase the average daily attendance for all district students compared to the average daily attendance of 2009-10. BUILDING: Van Allen DATE:

2010-2011

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BUILDING GOALS: 1. (ACADEMIC) Each grade level, 3-5, will have 82% of their students reach the 41st percentile or above using national norms on the ITBS Reading Comprehension, Math, Science, and Language Tests. Action Plan: - Continue to use district curriculum to guide instruction. - Teachers will learn new instruction strategies from professional development training using Teacher Quality money. - Analyze BRI, Saxon Math tests, writing probes, science exams, and MAP data to make instructional decisions. 2. (ACADEMIC) Percentage of students taking the MAP Test in grades 3 through 5 will increase levels from fall to spring. Action Plan: - Use data from MAP tests to drive instruction. - Gain knowledge from data to learn how to meet the needs of individual students.

3. (TECHNOLOGY) All Van Allen students will use technology to enhance their learning.
Action Plan: - Provide more opportunities for students to use technology. - Give teachers more training on how to use technology. - More technology will be available for teachers and students to use.

4. (SCHOOL CLIMATE) Student attendance will increase from 2009-2010 totals.


Action Plan: - Staff will continue teaching bullying lessons. - Continue training staff on bullying. - Staff will greet students as they enter the classrooms. - All staff will hand out five lightning bolts each week.

INDIVIDUAL GOAL(S): 1. All students will be at the instructional level or above in fluency for Winter and Spring BRIs. RATIONALE FOR THE PLAN:

1. What student learning concerns will this plan address? Reading Fluency 2. What specific strategies and activities will help to accomplish your goal? -Readers Theater -Continue to implement Buddy Reading into daily schedule, but include all students. *Currently Buddy Reading is held during the time students are at Title I -Timed fluency probes, with students tracking their own progress during Buddy Reading 3. What artifacts will be available for you to use as evidence that your plan is working? BRI Scores, fluency probes
INDIVIDUAL GOAL(S): 1. All students will meet their fall to spring goals for math on MAP tests. RATIONALE FOR THE PLAN:

1. What student learning concerns will this plan address? Math, Standardized Test Scores 2. What specific strategies and activities will help to accomplish your goal? -Daily word problems -More frequent use of manipulatives -Use of MAP data from fall to drive math instruction 3. What artifacts will be available for you to use as evidence that your plan is working? MAP scores, Formative assessment in math including open ended questions, written assessment from Saxon

CHECK THE IOWA TEACHING STANDARDS THAT ARE ADDRESSED IN THIS PLAN:
1. Enhance Student Achievement
a. Provides evidence of student learning to families b. Implements strategies to support district goals c. Uses data to guide decision-making d. Creates a classroom culture that supports learning e. Creates an environment of respect & fairness f. Participates & contributes to a collegial culture g. Communicates with students & families

5. Monitoring Student Progress


a. Aligns classroom assessment with instruction b. Communicates criteria to students & parents c. Uses the results of assessments to guide instruction d. Guides students in goal setting and self-assessment e. Provides timely feedback to students & parents f. Works with colleagues to analyze student progress

2. Content Knowledge
a. Understands key concepts, themes, & relationships in the content area b. Uses knowledge of student development to make learning experiences meaningful. c. Relates ideas & information within & across content areas d. Understands and uses instructional strategies that are appropriate to the content area

6. Classroom Management
a. Creates a learning community with positive interactions & active engagement for all students b. Establishes & communicates standards of responsible student behavior c. Develops and implements classroom procedures and routines that support high expectations for learners d. Uses instructional time effectively to maximize student achievement e. Creates a safe & purposeful learning environment

3. Planning and Preparation


a. Uses student data to plan for instruction b. Sets high academic & behavioral expectations for all c. Uses student developmental needs, backgrounds, & interests to plan for instruction d. Selects strategies to engage all students in learning e. Uses available resources in development of instruction

7. Professional Growth
a. Demonstrates habits & skills of continuous inquiry and learning b. Works collaboratively to improve professional practice c. Applies research, knowledge, & skills from professional development to improve practice d. Establishes & implements a professional development plan of action

4. Instructional Strategies
a. Aligns classroom instruction with district standards b. Uses research-based instructional strategies to address a full range of cognitive abilities c. Demonstrates flexibility to meet students needs d. Engages in varied experiences to meet varied needs e. Connects with students prior knowledge & interests f. Uses available resources in the delivery of instruction

8. Professional Responsibilities
a. Adheres to board policies, district procedures, & contractual obligations b. Demonstrates professional & ethical conduct as defined by state law and district policy c. Contributes to efforts to achieve district & building goals d. Demonstrates an understanding of and respect for all learners e. Collaborates with students, families, & colleagues to enhance student achievement

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