Monitoring/Mitigating Learning Loss
Checking for understanding (CFU)
Curriculum
SEL
RTI - At Risk Process
100

Tailoring instruction to meet individual needs.

What is differentiation?

100

3 ways you check for understanding (CFU) in your class: 

What are EXIT Tickets, Do Nows, student led discussion, quizzes, hand signals (thumbs up/down), asking specific content area questions, calling specific students, spelling tests, dictation, or Exact Path?

100
Storefront's literacy curriculum is:

What is theme-based with texts selected by instructional coaches guided by the scope and sequence?

100

These are the Core Values of Storefront Academy.

What is honesty, respect, responsibility, concern for others, diligence, and perseverance?

100

Response to Intervention is:

What is a multi-tiered approach to the early identification and support of students with learning and behavior needs?

200

3 tools used to collect assessment data

What is Exact Path, NWEA MAP, Math & ELA Challenges, F&P, enVision Topic Tests, Writing Prompt, or Teacher Made Assessments?

200

Using your CFUs

What is creating small groups, identifying students' instructional challenges, assigning standard based activities in Exact Path, identifying content specific struggles and incorporating them in Morning Huddles, knowing which standards/content needs to be revisited?

200

The Science Curriculum created by Jaracus Copes.

What is the Adventures in Science?

200

This tool is used for students/staff to check-in and tell how they are feeling.

What is the Mood Meter?

200

A student is referred to RTI based on the following:

What are academic, attendance, and/or behavior challenges?

300
4 ways to cultivate a culture of rigor in your classroom:

What are building strong relationships, differentiating for all students, providing choice and relevant assignments, and maintaining high expectations?

300

Importance of checking for understanding:

What are teachers identifying learning goals, providing student feedback, and planning lessons based on errors/misconceptions?

300
The roadmap for skills and standards currently being taught.

What is Scope and Sequence?

300

Scholars can go here when they need to take a mindful moment.

What is the reflection station?

300

The 3 tiers of RTI are:

What is Tier 1 - whole class, Tier 2 - small group interventions, and Tier 3 - intensive interventions?

400

Percentage of your class who scored proficient or above in ELA and Math based on the Winter NWEA MAP?

What is (K) 52% and 38%? What is (1) 45% and 50%? What is (2) 20% and 33%?

400
Before releasing students for independent practice, have students try the task in pairs, strategically circulate, and use appropriate quick check strategies.

What is guided practice?

400

Adaptive diagnostic assessments paired with individualized learning paths to promote academic growth.


What is Exact Path?


400

Recognizing, Understanding, Labeling, Expressing, and Regulating Emotions.

What is the RULER approach?


400

Name the team members who are responsible for the RTI process.

Who is Jennifer Johnson, Paola Escobosa, Maricel Brito, and Stephanie Reeder?

500

Knowledge, Process, Product, and Learning Environment.

What are 4 elements of differentiation?

500

An all or nothing strategy that requires students to answer questions correctly.

What is no opt out?

500

The 6 skills a student must master before they become a fluent reader.

What are alphabet, concept of print, phonological awareness, phonics, high frequency words, and fluency?

500

The process of developing self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills that are vital for school, work, and life success.

What is social emotional learning?


500

The RTI process includes:

What is a referral form, parent meeting, intervention plan, observation/progress monitoring, & follow-up meeting?

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