Learning Goals and Targets.....
Clear learning goals help student learn better! When students understand exactly what they're supposed to learn and what their work will look like when they learn it, they're better able to monitor and adjust their work, select effective strategies and connect current work to prior learning.
Great Article from Educational Leadership......
Report Cards........New Comment Code #20 has been revised for teachers to use on student report cards. It states, “At this time, your student is not performing at grade level as measured by classroom assessments. Your student is currently performing below grade-level standards. Supports have been developed to address your student’s needs.” This comment may be placed beside any grade/subject for which it is applicable. Because of the limitations of the box, this entire comment will not appear in the drop down box for teachers, but WILL appear complete on the report card.
RED RIBBON WEEK
Monday: 3-5 Dance Team Practice
Tuesday: MTSS Team B
Wednesday: Clemmon's Baby Shower
Friday: Leader of the Month; Report Cards; Snow Cone Day
Monday 3rd- Kdg- 2nd Dance Team; SIP due into CIMS
Tuesday 4th - MTSS Team A; 2:15 K-Kids
Wednesday 5th -
Friday 7th - Vocabulary Parade
Nov. 1st- Kathy Edwards
Do you use learning targets to build a learning trajectory that leads students to a learning goal?