Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction

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This SLO is a sample. Targets need to

be adjusted based on your students’ data. Student growth should be
achieved for all students.




Name of Teacher:



School:



HCPSS Student Learning Objective

Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction


Component

Description

Student Learning
Objective (SLO)

100%

of students in Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction will
demonstrate

growth

towards mastery of developing a complete lesson
plan.


Population

One class of students enrolled in
Foundations of Curri
culum and
Instruction
.


Learning Content

HCPSS
Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction essential curriculum.


Instructional Interval

School year 2013
-
14
.


Evidence of Growth

Lesson plans developed throughout the school year

and incorporated
into student portfolios
.


1
st

quarter, students will be introduced to all components of the HCPSS
lesson plan format and will then utilize the template to create group and
individual lesson plans. Baseline evaluation will occur during 1
st

quarter.


Lesson plan writing and evaluation
will take place 2
nd
, 3
rd
, and 4
th

quarter
s
.


Students will demonstrate proficiency in areas of the lesson plan format.


Baseline

Based on a class size of ____ students, following are the results from the
baseline assessment:



___ s
tudents

demonstrated mastery of 25% or fewer learning targets
at baseline.



___ s
tudents demonstrated between 2
6
% and 49% mastery at
baseline.



___ s
tudents demonstrated between 50% and 74% mastery at
baseline.



___ s
tudents demonstrated 75% or above mastery at bas
eline.


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Attach class roster to share students’ scores on
Beginning
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of
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the
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Year

Assignment/Performance Task/
Assessment.
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2
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This SLO is a sample. Targets need to

be adjusted based on your students’ data. Student growth should be
achieved for all students.




Rationale for Student
Learning Objective

Students will understand that lesson plan development is essential to
ensuring that all stud
ents meet identified learning targets.


Students will understand the relationships among and between the
various components of a written lesson plan and how those components
work together to ensure student engagement and learning.


Target

Based on a class size of ___ students, the following are targets on
lesson
plans included in
the portfol
io
:



Students who demonstrated mastery of 2
5
% or fewer learning targets
at baseline will increase mastery to between 60% and 65% on the
portfolio.



Studen
ts who demonstrated between 2
6
% and 49% mastery at
baseline will increase mastery to between 65% and 74% on the
portfolio.



Students who demonstrated between 50% and 74% mastery at
baseline will increase mastery to between 75% and 84% on the
portfolio.



Stud
ents who demonstrated 75% mastery or above at baseline will
increase mastery to at least 85% or above on the portfolio.


*Please note:

Students identified by IEP teams as having significant
cognitive disabilities will have individual targets.


Criteria
for Effectiveness

Full Attainment of
Target

Partial Attainment
of Target

Insufficient Attainment
of Target

More than 90% of
students meet
agreed upon
learning targets.


Between 75% and
90% of students
meet agreed upon
learning targets.

Less than 75% of
students
meet agreed upon learning
targets.

Strategies

Using resources available through Alfresco, teachers will have students
examine and discuss a variety of sample lesson plans.

Using essential curriculum goals and objectives available through
Alfresc
o, teachers will have students work in pairs/small groups to
develop the individual components of the HCPSS lesson plan.


Students will peer edit lesson plans developed both in and outside of
class.


Have students collect work samples from throughout the s
chool year for
a portfolio that will demonstrate their mastery of key id
eas and concepts
in the content, skills, concepts, and processes.