Data, Standards, and ESLRS
As a staff of three Teachers, we are Data-driven and Standards Based with Expected Student Learning Results (ESLRs). We maintain this focus through:
1. Collaboration -- The only problem we have is the lack of the right idea.
We constantly ask ourselves three questions:
· How can we raise students’ standardized test scores from proficiency to advance?
· How can we increase the number of students passing the California High School Exit Exam
· What are the emotional requirements for doing so?
2. Induction – We draw conclusions based on evidence.
We disaggregate students' standardized assessments and our own in-house data before
scaffolding/differentiating content/technology standards, our Expected Student Learning Results
(ESLRs), and materials. This process ensures that our curriculum is as accurate and timely as
possible, given the changing academic, emotional, and social needs of our students.
3. Professional Development – What’s new out there?
We regularly attend workshops during the school year. Also PDs continue during staff meetings.