School Improvement and Innovation Plan

Outcomes goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2018-2019

  • Woodley Hills Elementary School

  • Region 3

  • Sharon Aldredge , Principal  

All instructional staff will plan for rich learning opportunities framed around all students initiating and sustaining academic conversations throughout the day. 

Strategy 1

Instructional staff will build relationships with and among students throughout the year to foster a safe learning environment that promotes discourse.

Strategy 2

Instructional staff will implement common language and anchor charts that state our school-wide expectations for student engagement in academic conversations.

Strategy 3

Instructional staff will participate in and utilize peer feedback focused on academic conversations.

All instructional staff will consistently create, collect, use & analyze various data sources to provide specific & meaningful feedback for instruction and student learning.

Strategy 1

Instructional staff will create & analyze appropriate formative assessments linked to specific rigorous content learning goals throughout units of study.

Strategy 2

Instructional staff will use analysis of formative assessments to design & revise rigorous instruction and provide feedback to students.

Strategy 3

Instructional staff will participate in and utilize peer observations and feedback as a method for data collection and professional growth.

Strategy 4

Instructional staff will utilize Woodley Hills Collaborative Parent Teacher Teams to increase parent involvement in student academic growth.

All instructional staff will use data to intentionally plan and scaffold rigorous instruction for all students across all settings.

Strategy 1

Instructional staff will use a reflection tool to evaluate and modify rigor and scaffolds included in existing/created unit plans.

Strategy 2

Instructional staff will use a reflection tool to evaluate and modify rigor and scaffolds included in existing/created student independent practice.

Strategy 3

Instructional staff will participate in and utilize peer observations and feedback as a method for data collection and professional growth.

 

All instructional staff will consistently participate in and implement professional development centered on character education and actively use growth mindset language across all areas of our school environment.

Strategy 1

Instructional staff will create and share positive/ growth mindset statements to be used throughout the school environment.

Strategy 2

Instructional staff will identify and draw connections among character education, PBIS, and growth mindset during lessons.

Strategy 3

Instructional staff will model and teach students how to demonstrate and internalize character education & growth mindset.

Strategy 4

Instructional staff will utilize Woodley Hills Collaborative Parent Teacher Teams to increase parent involvement in student academic growth.