June 11, 2019

Music

Catherine Plichta

Problem Identified: The gap in learning is that students have been struggling to master beginning technique which impacts a variety of different criteria.  Some students have been struggling to use their left hand to change the pitch of the notes...

June 11, 2019

8th Grade Science

Brian Crowley

Problem Identified: We noticed that science students sometimes expressed that the content was not pertinent to their lives or that science was mostly about labs and classrooms. Neither of which I think is true.

Hypothesis: If students in 80...

June 11, 2019

6th Grade ELA

Jessica Gowell

Problem Identified: I noticed that students would stop working when they were faced with a challenge especially students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPS).

Hypothesis: If I explicitly teach growth mindset statements to students wit...

May 31, 2019

IEP Teacher

Nora Green

Problem Identified: I noticed that students were not doing well on vocabulary portion of REWARDS assessments.

Hypothesis: If I use an online program to support students in learning vocabulary then students will become more engage and learn the vocab...

May 31, 2019

Spanish

Ryan Daley

Problem Identified: When students enter Spanish class, they often take 3-5 minutes to calm down and focus. What are some ways that I can reduce the work I’m doing to keep the class managed?

Hypothesis: If I work to establish consistent activities that a...

May 31, 2019

Visual Art

Mike Colonna

Problem Identified: Students would spend a large amount of class time approaching me and asking for help with assignments and techniques, immediately after mini lesson or demo of said skills/techniques- limiting my availability to accurately asses...

May 31, 2019

8th Grade ELA

Matt Perron

Problem Identified: I noticed that the ELL students were struggling to complete writing assignments without direct teacher assistance.

Hypothesis: If I adjust the scaffolding will ELL student productivity increase as measured by number of outcome...

May 31, 2019

Deans

Yesenia Molina & Greg Tavoularis

Problem Identified: Students lacked motivation to restore their SWIPS.

Hypothesis: If students engage in peer reflection to target specific behaviors then students are able to restore SWIPS as measured by the student’s individual SWI...

May 30, 2019

8th Grade Computer Science

Liz Reale

Problem Identified: I chose 5 students to focus on for this inquiry process.  Each of these students either has an IEP or is an English Language Learner.  In their class, they are often more quiet and don't participate as often in who...

May 30, 2019

7th Grade Science

Eric Lee

Problem Identified: Evidence suggests students from underrepresented groups stay away from science and engineering careers begin in the middle grades. I noticed students started to get excited about the different STEM fields after doing researc...

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