GUIDING ELEMENTS OF GRADE LEVEL PLC’S
Think of innovative ways to make multi-discipline applications in math and reading.
- Place PLC share-outs on next day team meeting agendas.
- Grade Level PLC’s can set their own agendas but must include a balance of time between the following topics:
- Review of curriculum units as applied to instructional practices.
- Review assessments to drive instructional practices ensuring mastery and application of standards.
- Equally discuss the rigor of content and how to apply learning concepts to real world problems as a part of the assessment process.
- Completion of Google Form after each Grade Level PLC
Parent Survey Information 2015
TEAM INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS
Explorer PLC Forms
PLC Grade Level 6 Reporting Information
Explorer PLC Report Form
Above is a direct link to your grade level PLC form. We are asking you to complete the form after each grade level PLC.
Explorer PLC Summary of Responses
The link above provides information on topics discussed during grade level PLC's. This information is reviewable by team members, PLC Leaders and grade level principals.
Instructional Walk-through Goals
Periodically grade levels will be asked to review instructional walkthrough data to ensure goals are being met by teams. 80%- 100%
Explorer Assessment Data
State Assessment Data
Student scores will now be reported based on four performance levels. Students scoring on levels 4 or 3 are considered at or above academic expectations for college and career readiness. In other words, their work has successfully met the higher expectations set by the new standards. Students scoring on level 2 are considered at or above academic expectations for their grade level. While they are meeting the work required for their grade, they are not yet demonstrating work on track for college and career readiness. Students scoring on level 1 are working below grade level expectations