School Innovation & Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Lynbrook Elementary School
Jay Nocco, Principal
End of Year SMARTR Outcome #1
SIIP Strategy 1: Staff will use ongoing student data to plan small group and individual instruction in a flexible workshop model.
Goal-Oriented and Resilient CAG: Academic Support
Strategy 1: Staff will routinely co-create assessments using a backward design model to inform instruction.
Strategy 2: Staff will analyze data to determine what students control (can do), prioritize next steps, monitor how students respond, reflect on teaching and document student learning.
Strategy 3: Collaborative teams will dialogue around how and when to deliver instruction.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome #2
SIIP Strategy 2: Staff will intentionally plan, facilitate, and reflect upon peer-to-peer academic conversation which leads to the co-construction of learning.
Communicator & Collaborator CAG: Relationships
Strategy 1: Staff will deepen their understanding of how to facilitate academic conversations through the analysis of conversations and videos in CT Meetings, content coaching and peer observation settings.
Strategy 2: Staff will elicit discourse and foster student curiosity by noticing, naming and modeling behaviors to construct learning.
Strategy 3: Staff will participate in school-based instructional rounds, team classroom visits, lesson studies and lab sites.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome #3
SIIP Strategy 3: Staff will design and implement learning experiences where the essential task requires all students to engage in high level thinking.
Critical and Creative Thinker CAG: Access to Rigor
Strategy 1: Staff will use data to plan for essential task (learning experiences) which require students to engage in high level thinking.
Strategy 2: Reflecting on student data, staff will determine what scaffolds and supports students need to achieve success with the high-level thinking/task without lowering rigor.
Strategy 3 Staff will participate in school-based instructional rounds, team classroom visits, lesson studies, and lab sites.