In order to establish our goal, we have looked at the results of:
- Site based data from our classroom mapping process (whole school)
- Early Learning Profile (Grades K and 1)
- The Early Development Instrument (Kindergarten)
- School Wide Write (Grades 3 and 6)
- The Middle Years Development Instrument (Grade 4)
- OurSCHOOL Survey (Grade 5 and 6)
- Foundation Skills Assessment (Grade 4)
- Student Learning Survey (Grade 4)
- Strength based process
- Identify needs and developing strategies as a team
- Focused on Tier 1 interventions
- Adding to the tool box of both classroom teacher and student
- Accountability for Classroom Teachers, Learning Services and Administration
- Data informed, transparent decision making around classroom support
Early Learning Profile (ELP) Grades K and 1- Measure of vulnerability: phonological awareness, oral language, letter recognition, reading.
Early Development Instrument (EDI) Teachers of students in Kindergarten – Measures 5 core areas of early child development that are known to be good predictors of adult health, education and social outcomes: physical health and well-being, language and cognitive development, social competence, emotional maturity, communication skills and general knowledge.
Grade Wide Write Written by students in grades 3 and 6 in the Spring.
Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) – Self-report questionnaire for students in Grade 4. Gathers information about how students think and feel about their experiences both inside and outside of school. Questions are related to 5 areas of development that are strongly linked to well-being, health and academic achievement: physical health and well-being, connectedness, social and emotional development, school experiences and use of after school time.
OurSCHOOL Survey – Self-report questionnaire for students in Grades 5 and 6.
Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) – Completed by students in Grade 4 in the Fall.
Student Learning Survey – (Satisfaction Survey) Self reported questionnaire completed by students in Grade 4.