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Alpha Plus Model of School Improvement: TEACH

Below, find resources we're making available to our state educators. Most of the items below have content you can download. However, some are only available by being a member of our Alpha Plus Team Partners.

  • TEACH to mastery the Oklahoma Academic Standards, OAS

    • Map curriculum to 100 days from Labor Day to Spring Break:
      • OAS Objectives (by grade/content to PDF or CF URL)
      • Oklahoma School Testing Program (OSTP) Test Blueprint (by grade/content, PDF)
      • Suggested Days/Suggested Order OAS Pacing Calendar Detail (by grade/content, Word docs so they can be adjusted)
      • Complete Alpha Plus “100 Days to Mastery” Pacing Calendar based on your school’s academic calendar (can this be a fillable PDF?)
      • For full school-year look at detailed Alpha Plus Model year see Instructional Leader Timeline / Principal Checklist (PDF)

    • Use Success with OAS textbooks and/or build lesson plans for each objective:
      • Evaluate OSTP Test and Item Specifications, 2019 (by grade/content)
      • Analyze Oklahoma Curriculum Frameworks (by grade/content URLs)
      • Use Success with OAS Vocabulary Posters (by grade/content PDFs)
      • Complete Alpha Plus Model Lesson Plan template for each OAS Objective to be assessed (need single, fillable PDF or online form)
      • Lesson Plan Example (need an OAS-aligned example in PDF)

    • Print Standard Based Report Cards to share with parents and students at first meeting to set expectations (link to user’s APO user login page?)

    • Print Test-Taking Procedures and Strategies handout and instruct students how to evaluate assessment questions in first semester (link to handout, PDF)

 ASSESS what was taught to determine mastery

    • Use Alpha Plus Online benchmarks three times per year; administer common formative assessments as objectives are taught in first three nine weeks (link to APO Quick Start Guide, PDF, and/or URL of manual)

    • Hold weekly Data Team Meetings and/or complete DTM worksheets to monitor progress (need single, fillable PDF or online form)

    • Use Remediation Report Form (need single, fillable PDF or online form) to coordinate intervention for each student

    • What does my Objective Accountability Graph say?

    • What does my Classroom List Report tell me?

REMEDIATE OAS objectives not mastered (by Spring Break)

    • Use reports on growth/proficiency by student and class to determine re-teaching and intervention needs

    • Compare benchmark data to state test scores for each student to evaluate expectations and monitor progress (link to STL Template or to URL for STL in APO)

    • Locate additional teaching resources to use in intervention, tutoring, etc. (by grade/content to OSSBA Digital Library and OSDE Curriculum Frameworks URLs)

Use DATA to improve instruction (year-round)

    • OAG: Use Objective Accountability Graphs to monitor teaching pace and student proficiency. Check formative Item Response Reports for consistency in incorrect answers by objective for classroom discussion (if app: link to list of OAGs for user or example of what this looks like in PDF?)

    • SBRC: Use Standard Based Report Cards to solicit feedback from parents at each parent-teacher conference (link to list of SBRC links/class for user or example w/elements explained in PDF)

    • CLR: Use Classroom List Report to determine how many students were already proficient on which objectives from benchmarks to adjust pacing for next semester or next school year (if app: link to list of CLRs for user or example of what this looks like in PDF?)

    • STL: [Wendy, beside this item, you have written Benchmark Performance Analysis.] Using the Summative Test Log throughout the year to individualize instruction based on student abilities, subgroups and past performance (need example of new downloadable STL form w/elements explained in PDF)

    • SOA: Summative Objective Report provides calculations of proficiency by OAS Objective for each class and identifies the best instructional leader for intervention and potential peer mentors by grade level.


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