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  1. After School Tutoring

    Slide 1 - After School Tutoring

    • Spring 2015
  2. After School Tutoring

    Slide 2 - After School Tutoring

    • 10 elementary Schools
    • February – May
    • Funded by Federal Programs and Student Services
    • Coordinator and teacher(s)
    • Flexibility in decision making
  3. Brookhaven Elementary

    Slide 3 - Brookhaven Elementary

  4. Brookhaven Elementary

    Slide 4 - Brookhaven Elementary

    • 42
    • Twice a week
    • Classroom recommendations and parent input
    • 5 tutors
    • Monday-5, Tuesday-4, Wednesday-3 and Thursday-2
  5.              Reading

    Slide 5 - Reading

    • Word attack
    • Prefixes/suffixes
    • Root words
    • Compound words
    • Comprehension
    • Math
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Math
    • Multiplication
    • Fractions
    • Division
    • Elapsed time
    • Word Problems
    • Addition
    • Subtraction
    • Skills Reinforced
    • Brookhaven Elementary
    • Data
    • Attendance
  6. 3x3=9

    Slide 6 - 3x3=9

    • 5x4=20
    • 9x9=81
    • ~ Brookhaven Student
    • Brookhaven Elementary
    • What is something that you learned during tutoring?
    • Brookhaven Elementary
  7. Cheat Lake Elementary

    Slide 7 - Cheat Lake Elementary

  8. Cheat Lake Elementary

    Slide 8 - Cheat Lake Elementary

    • 48
    • Twice a week
    • Students chose M/T or W/Th
    • Utilized the Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) program
  9. Wildly Important Goal

    Slide 9 - Wildly Important Goal

    • Cheat Lake Elementary
  10. Cheat Lake Elementary

    Slide 10 - Cheat Lake Elementary

  11. Exit Questionnaire

    Slide 12 - Exit Questionnaire

    • Jordan
    • Cheat Lake Elementary
  12. Eastwood Elementary

    Slide 13 - Eastwood Elementary

  13. Eastwood Elementary

    Slide 14 - Eastwood Elementary

    • 39
    • Twice a week
    • Monday/Wednesday
    • Tuesday/Thursday
  14. Eastwood’s Schedule

    Slide 15 - Eastwood’s Schedule

    • 3:00-3:10- snack
    • 3:10-3:30 homework help or
    • read silently
    • 4:30 parent pick-up
    • 3:30-4:30 small group tutoring
    • Daily Schedule
    • Eastwood Elementary
  15. Personalized Approach

    Slide 16 - Personalized Approach

    • Monday/wednesday
    • Grades 3, 4 & 5
    • 30 minutes of math
    • 30 minutes of reading
    • Rotate
    • Tuesday/thursday
    • Grades 4 & 5
    • Grouped together
    • Co-teach format
    • 40 minutes Math
    • 20 minutes Reading
    • Grade 3
    • Rotated between two teachers
    • Reading and math (same as M/W)
    • Eastwood Elementary
  16. Skills Reinforced through small group instruction:

    Slide 17 - Skills Reinforced through small group instruction:

    • Math:
    • Place value
    • Fractions (*, /< +,-)
    • Vocabulary (equivalent, equation)
    • Word problems
    • measurement
    • Based on:
    • Data (SRI/SMI)
    • Teacher input
    • Student input
    • Eastwood Elementary
  17. Letter from KODY

    Slide 18 - Letter from KODY

    • Eastwood Elementary
    • I think tutoring was fun and I learned a lot. I can understand fractions and in reading I learned the meaning of words.
  18. Letter from KODY

    Slide 19 - Letter from KODY

    • Eastwood Elementary
    • I think tutoring was fun and I learned a lot. I can understand fractions and in reading I learned the meaning of words.
  19. Mason-Dixon Elementary

    Slide 20 - Mason-Dixon Elementary

  20. Mason-Dixon Elementary

    Slide 21 - Mason-Dixon Elementary

    • 37
    • Test Pilots
    • Six weeks
    • Two weeks for each grade level
    • 12 third and fourth grade students
    • 13 fourth grade students
  21. Slide 22

    • 12
    • 3
    • 8
    • “I believe that forty Mason-Dixon students have a firmer foundation of test-taking skills. We have data showing that 12 of the Fifth graders who completed the 8-day training, improved a total of 902 points on the SRI test. That is an average of 75 points per student. Five of those students moved from a Basic to Proficient level. Three trainees moved from Below Basic to Basic.”
    • ~Beth Stiles, 5th grade
    • 5
    • 902
    • 75
  22. “I believe that forty Mason-Dixon students have a firmer foundation of test-taking skills. We have data showing that 12 of the Fifth graders who completed the 8-day training, improved a total of 902 points on the SRI test. That is an average of 75 points per student. Five of those students moved from a Basic to Proficient level. Three trainees moved from Below Basic to Basic.”

    Slide 23 - “I believe that forty Mason-Dixon students have a firmer foundation of test-taking skills. We have data showing that 12 of the Fifth graders who completed the 8-day training, improved a total of 902 points on the SRI test. That is an average of 75 points per student. Five of those students moved from a Basic to Proficient level. Three trainees moved from Below Basic to Basic.”

    • ~Beth Stiles, 5th grade
  23. Mason-Dixon Elementary

    Slide 24 - Mason-Dixon Elementary

  24. Mountainview Elementary

    Slide 25 - Mountainview Elementary

  25. Mountainview Elementary

    Slide 26 - Mountainview Elementary

    • 21
    • 6 weeks
    • Wednesdays and Thursdays
    • Mountainview also held sessions at Bartlett House, but students moved before the program was complete.
    • Focus on Reading and Math
    • Science integrated in the reading program
  26. Reading

    Slide 27 - Reading

    • 3:45 Dismissal
    • 3:45-4:00 Snack
    • 4:00-5:00 Assigned Skill Groups
    • Scholastic Reading Inventory and teacher input
    • Reading skill groups
    • Non-fiction texts
    • Continuation of groups
  27. Math

    Slide 28 - Math

    • Station based
    • Groups based on SMI weaknesses
    • Three 15 minute teacher led stations
    • One game or activity based station for reinforcement
    • Skills: place value, elapsed time, measurement
    • Touch Math
    • 3:45 Dismissal
    • 3:45-4:00 Snack
    • 4:00-5:00 Stations
  28. Mylan Park Elementary

    Slide 29 - Mylan Park Elementary

  29. Mylan Park Elementary

    Slide 30 - Mylan Park Elementary

    • 14
    • Four Days a week
    • Tuesday-Friday 3:30-5:30
    • Focus:
    • Math: Fractions, multistep word problems and math facts
    • Reading: test taking skills, comprehension strategies
  30. I noticed a difference when it came to Charlie’s homework.  It seemed that tutoring enabled him to be more independent with his math and stronger in his skills.  I really do think it helped my child”

    Slide 31 - I noticed a difference when it came to Charlie’s homework. It seemed that tutoring enabled him to be more independent with his math and stronger in his skills. I really do think it helped my child”

    • ~Parent of Third Grade Student
    • “I have
    • noticed a difference
    • in the confidence
    • and ability of their math skills in the classroom.”
    • ~Third Grade Teacher
    • Hands-on Math
    • “I like the activities we do at tutoring. It’s different from what we do during the school day.”
    • ~5th Grade Student
    • Mylan Park Elementary
  31. Mylan Park Elementary

    Slide 32 - Mylan Park Elementary

    • Data
    • 10 students increased
    • Average gain 32.7 points
    • 6 of 10 student had gains of 40 pts or more
    • 3rd Grade
    • 4th Grade
    • 5th Grade
    • Mylan Park Elementary
  32. North Elementary

    Slide 35 - North Elementary

  33. North Elementary

    Slide 36 - North Elementary

    • 68
    • 8 weeks
    • Focus on Math and ELA
    • Math skills:
    • Word problems, fact fluency, measurement, fractions
    • Reading skills:
    • Fluency, comprehension strategies, vocabulary, main idea
  34. North Elementary

    Slide 37 - North Elementary

    • “Math is my favorite part of tutoring. I learned new ways to do addition and subtraction.”
    • ~Brandon H.
  35. North Elementary

    Slide 38 - North Elementary

    • “Reading is definitely the best part of tutoring. I learn something new almost
    • everyday!”
    • ~Cameron W.
  36. North Elementary

    Slide 39 - North Elementary

    • “Reading books and discussing them is my favorite part of tutoring.”
    • ~Davion J.
  37. North Elementary

    Slide 40 - North Elementary

    • “In after school tutoring I learned new ways to multiply. Another part I really liked is the SNACK!”
    • ~Eric S.
  38. North Elementary

    Slide 41 - North Elementary

    • ,
    • Ms. Drainer
    • 3rd Grade Math Tutor
  39. Ridgedale Elementary

    Slide 42 - Ridgedale Elementary

  40. Ridgedale Elementary

    Slide 43 - Ridgedale Elementary

    • 35
    • 2 days a week
    • Monday/Tuesday sessions & Wednesday/Thursday sessions
    • Reading and math lesson for each session
    • Engaging, active participants
    • Parent Support
  41. Ridgedale Elementary

    Slide 44 - Ridgedale Elementary

  42. 10,000

    Slide 45 - 10,000

    • 100,000
    • ~Rebecca P.
    • Ridgedale Elementary
    • How has afterschool helped you?
    • Ridgedale Elementary
  43. Biography

    Slide 46 - Biography

    • Poetry
    • Informational
    • Historical Fiction
    • ~Allen K.
    • Ridgedale Elementary
    • How has afterschool helped you?
    • Ridgedale Elementary
  44. Skyview Elementary

    Slide 47 - Skyview Elementary

  45. Skyview Elementary

    Slide 48 - Skyview Elementary

    • 26
    • 6 weeks
    • 4 days a week
    • 3:45 – 5:15
  46. Sessions

    Slide 49 - Sessions

    • Reading
    • Reading for detail
    • Comprehension
    • Math
    • Division
    • Multiplication of fractions
    • Multiplication facts
  47. Suncrest Primary

    Slide 50 - Suncrest Primary

  48. Suncrest Primary

    Slide 51 - Suncrest Primary

    • 40
    • 4 days a week
    • Monday & Tuesday: Reading
    • Wednesday & Thursday: Math
  49. Comprehension Strategies

    Slide 52 - Comprehension Strategies

    • Paragraph Structure
    • Past/Present Tense of Verbs
    • Sentence Types
    • Punctuation & Capitalization
    • Grade Level Vocabulary
    • Quotations/Dialogue
    • ELA Concepts
  50. Suncrest Primary

    Slide 53 - Suncrest Primary

  51. encouragement

    Slide 54 - encouragement

    • timing
    • convenience
    • no extra cost for parents
    • convenient location
    • improved fluency
    • extra reading practice
    • YES!!!
    • Yes !!
    • Yes !
    • Yes
    • yes
    • yes
    • What do the parents say?
  52. 10

    Slide 55 - 10

    • ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
    • MCS’s After School Tutoring Program provided services at
  53. and served

    Slide 56 - and served

    • A total of:
    • 370
    • STUDENTS
  54. Slide 57

    • Brookhaven Elementary
    • Shari Austin, Amanda Cosner, Bobbie Cox, Suzie Martin
    • Brenda Rubenstein
    • Cheat Lake Elementary
    • Brittany Fracassa Adams, Melissa Conley, Ashton Cottrell, Corey DeHaas
    • Brititani McMillian, Andrea Miller, Kristi Mullenax
    • Eastwood Elementary
    • Caitlyn Barber, Dee Lee, Marissa Glick, Ashlee Jividen, Leslie Phares,
    • Richal Rudnick, Joyce Warner, Lois Williams
    • Mason-Dixon Elementary
    • Sharon Layman, Holly Mapel
    • Beth Stiles, Kim Tennant
    • Mountainview Elementary
    • Dawn Kelly, Krista Riffle
    • Kristy Shinkovich, Ashley Todd
    • Mylan Park Elementary
    • Joan Farmer, Sherry Hopkins
    • Pat Kuhlman, Michelle Morris
    • North Elementary
    • Jenny Drainer, Melissa Forinash, Natasha Hughes, Sarah Kane
    • Kim Jarman, Joni Wilson, Mr. Webb
    • Ridgedale Elementary
    • Brandon Carder, Teresa Patterson, Katie Skidmore
    • Skyview Elementary
    • Linda Pentz, Wendy Tennant
    • Suncrest Primary
    • Mrs. McIntosh, Mr. Steel
    • Thank you for making MCS after school tutoring program a success!