18 thoughts on “Leadership

  1. Sandi

    Compliments on the leadership meeting! Very well done…lots of info and great hands on practice.
    Thank you!

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  2. Sandi

    Compliments on the leadership meeting! Very well done…lots of info and great hands on practice.
    Thank you!

    Reply
  3. Angie Saunders

    I have a number of things that I can work on by way of intervention with 4 of my kids in the area of reading. These 4 kiddos were not able to answer more than 18% of the questions on bibliography, citations, and works cited. My plan is to gather some materials to better help them understand.

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  4. Angie Saunders

    I have a number of things that I can work on by way of intervention with 4 of my kids in the area of reading. These 4 kiddos were not able to answer more than 18% of the questions on bibliography, citations, and works cited. My plan is to gather some materials to better help them understand.

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  5. Jenny Wakeman

    I used Galileo to build a math intervention group of 4th/5th graders. On the pre-test given on RANGE all students scored 0. I directly taught the skill for 4 days (20 min.). When I gave the post assessment, 4/6 students passed with 100%.
    I then used the same group of students to teach Perimeter and Area for 4 days. Again, 4/6 students greatly improved their scores from pre-test to post test.
    This gave me a very clear picture of which students needed more assistance or reteaching in a different way. I loved being able to focus on mastery of a specific skill rather than trying to accomplish several different things all at once.

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  6. Jenny Wakeman

    I used Galileo to build a math intervention group of 4th/5th graders. On the pre-test given on RANGE all students scored 0. I directly taught the skill for 4 days (20 min.). When I gave the post assessment, 4/6 students passed with 100%.
    I then used the same group of students to teach Perimeter and Area for 4 days. Again, 4/6 students greatly improved their scores from pre-test to post test.
    This gave me a very clear picture of which students needed more assistance or reteaching in a different way. I loved being able to focus on mastery of a specific skill rather than trying to accomplish several different things all at once.

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  7. Karen Hanford

    Galileo was used in my building to create intervention groups for our struggling 5th grade students. Student’s instruction was targeted based on the Galileo report that states what student needs to master in order to move from high risk to low risk on Galileo. Students were placed into groups based on skills which allowed us to differentiate and teach to the specific need of each student.

    We have also used Galileo to create our Summer School intervention groups. Teachers will have an understanding of what are the skills that students need to work on the most. The year end data has been very helpful to ensure that we are targeting the correct students for interventions.

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  8. Karen Hanford

    Galileo was used in my building to create intervention groups for our struggling 5th grade students. Student’s instruction was targeted based on the Galileo report that states what student needs to master in order to move from high risk to low risk on Galileo. Students were placed into groups based on skills which allowed us to differentiate and teach to the specific need of each student.

    We have also used Galileo to create our Summer School intervention groups. Teachers will have an understanding of what are the skills that students need to work on the most. The year end data has been very helpful to ensure that we are targeting the correct students for interventions.

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  9. Donna Weaver

    We pulled 5 questions from the quiz-builder as a pre and post-test. After giving the pre-test, we took 4 students from each class and had our Math/Science interventionist work with them on Place Value for 6 weeks. Of the four students from my class, two scored with 80% on the post-test, two students were still unsat.

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  10. Donna Weaver

    We pulled 5 questions from the quiz-builder as a pre and post-test. After giving the pre-test, we took 4 students from each class and had our Math/Science interventionist work with them on Place Value for 6 weeks. Of the four students from my class, two scored with 80% on the post-test, two students were still unsat.

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  11. Jen

    We targeted a group of fifth grade students showing areas of need in math. We used the February assessment data to target 5 different math standards. Students who showed need for intervention were assigned dialogue boxes on the specific standard and also received small group instruction depending on the need. We then assigned quizzes to check their understanding and mastery of the standard.

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  12. Jen

    We targeted a group of fifth grade students showing areas of need in math. We used the February assessment data to target 5 different math standards. Students who showed need for intervention were assigned dialogue boxes on the specific standard and also received small group instruction depending on the need. We then assigned quizzes to check their understanding and mastery of the standard.

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  13. Teresa

    Galileo is a comprehensive system which allows for regular progress monitoring. I found it very beneficial to work with the assessment team in learning all of the Galileo capabilities.

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  14. Teresa

    Galileo is a comprehensive system which allows for regular progress monitoring. I found it very beneficial to work with the assessment team in learning all of the Galileo capabilities.

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  15. Heidi

    I used Galileo to help me target what skills my kids were missing. I put together small groups and worked on those targets so that my kids could leave me with a better understanding of the concepts they had either forgotten or didn’t understand the first time around.

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  16. Heidi

    I used Galileo to help me target what skills my kids were missing. I put together small groups and worked on those targets so that my kids could leave me with a better understanding of the concepts they had either forgotten or didn’t understand the first time around.

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  17. Cindy A.

    I targeted a group of 2nd graders who needed intervention in a specific standard. I then met with them in a small group setting and also assigned quizzes to double check their understanding. Scores in Galileo increased!

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  18. Cindy A.

    I targeted a group of 2nd graders who needed intervention in a specific standard. I then met with them in a small group setting and also assigned quizzes to double check their understanding. Scores in Galileo increased!

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