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Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Action Plan



Student Strategies and Activities – In addition to the Literacy School Improvement Plan, state the strategies and activities for students with disabilities (SWD) to be implemented that logically support this goal. Indicate the level of proficiency for SWD. Select the strategies or activities and indicate the time of implementation; before school, during school or after school. Each of the strategies or activities in the ESE plan should be measurable and clearly identify expected outcomes (e.g.: What evidence will be documented to demonstrate student progress in achieving the goal? What instructional practices and accommodations must staff utilize to support the literacy achievement of all students?).


Activity



Strategies and Activities to increase student Achievement (explanation of how this activity strengthens/impacts the school parental involvement efforts on student learning)

Start – End Date

Evaluation Tool

(Questionnaires, sign-in forms, evaluation of meeting, etc.)

Person or Position Responsible for Coordinating/Monitoring

Amount/Funding Source

Professional Development Workshops

Providing quality, consistent professional development to all staff on assessments aligned with Florida State Standards.

2015-2016 school year

Data analysis and tracking using data matrices, sign in sheets

Coaches, ESE Specialist, Administrators, Educators, Field Specialists

Broward County School District

Weekly PLC at the elementary and middle/high level

Mandatory PLCs held on a weekly basis with each grade level will encourage teachers to work, learn, and grow together to create consistency, while targeting unnecessary barriers through differentiated instruction. Maintaining consistent collaboration across the board will strengthen students’ performance and motivation

2015-2016 school year

Follow up course appraisal (if applicable), sign in sheets

Coaches, ESE Specialist, Administrators, Educators

N/A


Gather and analyze data at all Tiers to determine professional development and resources needed to carry out targeted goals.

Team Leaders will meet bi-weekly to analyze academic data, attendance, and behavioral to solve the individual needs of students. This will ensure the success of every child by providing teachers clear indicators of students’ needs and progress.

2015-2016 school year

Data matrices, informal and formal observation, intervention plans, behavior and attendance record, IEP

ESE Specialist, Classroom teachers, Team Leaders

Title 1, Broward County School District



Exceptional Student Education (SWD) Math Goal:

At Somerset Prep Academy in North Lauderdale, Students with Disabilities scored a 13% proficiency on their 2015 FSA Mathematics Assessment. By 2016, the expected level of performance will increase by 25% to 38% on the end of the year FSA.




2014 Level of Performance:

SWD scored 8% on the 2014 FCAT




2015 Level of Performance:

SWD scored 13% on the 2015 FSA




2016 Expected Level of Performance:

Goal set in 2015: SWD will increase their score and collectively achieve an increased percentage of 25% and score of 38% on the end the year FSA









Based on ambitious but achievable Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs), identify math performance target for SWD for the following years:


2015-16: SWD will increase their prior years score on the FSA by 25% and an overall score of 38%.


2016-17: SWD will increase their prior years score on the FSA by 10% and an overall score of 48%.

2017-18: SWD will increase their prior years score on the FSA by 20% and an overall score of 68%.




Strategies and Activities to increase SWD Achievement in Math

(i.e., Extended Learning Opportunities, Tutoring, Academic Interventions, Lesson Study,


Start-End Date

Select Applicable Option


Evaluation

Tool

Person or Position Responsible for Monitoring

Amount/Funding Source

Support will continue to be provided and interventions currently implemented through the RTI process, pullouts, differentiated instruction, individualized instruction, educational software, one to one, and small groups.

2015-2016 school year

Before, during, and after school hours (based on level of intervention)

Formative and informative assessments, IEP, goals, data, LAFS, MAFS, FSA

Classroom teachers, ESE Specialist, Coaches, Administration, Professional Development Liaisons (PDL)

Title I, Broward County School District, Instructional funds, School Resource Officers (SFOs)

Teachers will provide real world applications to concepts covered in class. Teachers will incorporate Common Core strategies when creating effective high order questioning and reasoning for mathematical concepts.

2015-2016 school year

Before, during, and after school hours (based on level of needs)

Formative and informative assessments, IEP, goals, data, LAFS, MAFS, FSA, classroom walkthroughs

Classroom teachers, ESE Specialist, Coaches, Administration, Professional Development Liaisons (PDL)

Title I, Broward County School District, Instructional funds, School Resource Officers (SFOs)

Lessons will be aligned with instruction and the district’s pacing guide to allow for testing on common material, as well as research-based technology. Interactive websites will be used to motivate students and familiarize students with computer-based testing

2015-2016 school year

Before, during, and after school hours

Reading Plus and Go Math, Mathletics Websites, walkthroughs

Classroom teachers, ESE Specialist, Coaches, Administration, Professional Development Liaisons (PDL)

Title I, Broward County School District, Instructional funds, School Resource Officers (SFOs)





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