e. ThanksForeign Language


2014-2015 PLC Information


Please post SMART Goals and Action Plan on this page.

1. 100% of the student will demonstrate acquisition of vocabulary with at least 80% proficiency as measured by vocabulary assignments and assessments.
2. 100% of foreign language students will achieve a 2 on each GLB.


Our 2014-2015 PLC Norms/Collective Commitments
Norms:
  • Be positive! :)
  • Be flexible & open to the ideas of others.
  • Keep your focus.
  • Share team responsibilities.
  • Agree to disagree.
  • Dance.


Our 2014-2015 SMART Goal and Action Plan


Data Wall Analysis

We all have a graph we are utilizing for monitoring vocabulary assessments.

Please post the tools you are going to use thanks.

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Questions for Administration?






2013-2014 PLC Information


Norms:
  • Be positive! :)
  • Be flexible & open to the ideas of others.
  • Keep your focus.
  • Share team responsibilities.
  • Agree to disagree.
  • Dance.
I noticed you didn't use your usual form.... good discussions - I would like to see more detail on how and when you discuss your data around student learning related to your SMART goal. You probably do this, but if you could record these conversations, I would be able to see what those discussions are like. (Dr. C)
Our 2013-2014 SMART Goal and Action Plan

1. 100% of the student will demonstrate acquisition of vocabulary with at least 80% proficiency as measured by vocabulary assignments and assessments.
2. 100% of foreign language students will achieve a 2 on each GLB.


I like the 2 SMART goals you have developed. Your Action Steps are a bit brief - I would like to develop additional items focusing on looking at data, looking at student work, and new learning your PLC might explore. (Dr. C)
Data Wall Analysis





Agendas

8/20 - 8/21
- review norms
- SMART goal
- Action Plan
-Data Wall
- ILP
1/29/14
PBL updates
Observation updates
Course description - approve
Job Target - bring data to upload



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4/2/14
Agenda:
PBL updates - Tom did a project with ser and estar
Observations - Tom attended the Fashion show
Standards based grading - discussed how to fit vocabulary into the grading
as well as what requirements are needed to retake tests.









Archived Information from 2012-2013

2012-2013 PLC Information




Our 2012-2013 Norms



  • Be positive! :)
  • Be flexible & open to the ideas of others.
  • Keep your focus.
  • Share team responsibilities.
  • Agree to disagree.

Our SMART Goal for 2012-2013



1. 100% of the student will demonstrate acquisition of vocabulary with at least 80% proficiency as measured by vocabulary assignments and assessments.
2. 100% of foreign language students will achieve a 2 each GLB.

I like your first SMART goal! Very meaningful to all of you. Let's look at the 2nd SMART Goal - the last part of the sentence. If they must only meet a 2 70% of the time, what about the other 30% of the time... do they all just need a 1? I think you should just leave the last part out and say "100% of FL students will achieve a 2 on each GLB." (Dr. M)

Our Action Plan for 2012-2013







Agendas - Please label you agendas by date so they are easy to locate



8/29/12
Foreign Language:


Discuss what data should be used for our data wall.
Discuss the best format for data wall (more to come Sept. 7th)
What specific questions, if any do we have for the presenter on Sept. 7th?
Observations – any discussion?












Agenda 1/9/13

*PBL
*Course Descriptions
*Observation



PLC Agenda – 1-16-13

Introduce Angela Palmersheim – student teacher from Central
Question and answer time to help Angela learn about our school and give
examples of strategies used.

PBL progress or reports
Observations

Review data for tests and quizzes

PLC 2/20/13

  • PBL and observations
  • End of the trimester – student progression






Minutes - Please label your minutes by date so they are easy to locate








It's up to you, but yo

u need to observe a PBL experience to learn from that :-)
Glad you found an example of how to collect data... Tim Brown WILL help us with that!!!!







The Murder Mystery sounds like a great teaching activity!!!! (Dr. M)




















Only question I have is centered around data walls. Do you sent aside a week per month to discuss student data? I know you are sharing strategies, but are they specific and targeted strategies? (Dr. C)

Glad you will be sharing with the BOE! Their first presentation like this!!! :-) (Dr. C.)


















Monthly Data Wall Analysis












Supporting Documents
















ARCHIVED







Norm/Collaborative Commitment Recording Sheet





SMART Goal/Action












Plan forms (You may choose which one to use)]





SMART Goal Analysis Sheet (To be used in

the Spring)







Data Analysis Tools

(you may choose whichever format works best for your team to display the information - one suggstion is attached)


Minutes/Review of Data Analysis Form (you must address the following questions in your minutes)









Agendas for PLC Collaboration (Add and date agendas here)


Agenda for 9/7/11
PLC Agenda
Put SMART Goal and Action Plan into forms and post on WiKi
Read and discuss DLT items

Discuss assessments
Remaining time work on making a list of Studywiz needs






















Minutes from PLC Collaboration (Add and date Minutes here)








I think Jeanne and I talked about the question about putting a code to ev

ery assessment. It goes to grading best practice...best practice would tell us that not all assessments - formative - do not have to be recorded. You can grade it for students (or not) but not put it in the grade book - or not have it calculate toward the GLB. I think you should choose wisely which assessments will be computed for each GLB. Hope that helps (Mary)

Curious of the process used to discuss the SMART goal and vocabulary? Did you use a tool of any kind?






What specific student concerns did you discuss and what possible interventions did you discuss?

I like that you are sharing instructional techniques, technology, etc. Sounds like some very good discussions. Do you ever discuss areas that students seem to struggle in? What do you do if they are not understanding? (Mary)