Curriculum


TEACHPOINT PROVIDES SCHOOLS WITH A COMPREHENSIVE and customizable solution for teacher evaluation, using best-of-breed, web, and mobile technology. It gives you the necessary tools and support to build a standardized evaluation system which is flexible enough to meet your school's individual needs. Our goal is to form a strong partnership with schools, and deliver a comprehensive and targeted solution that is user-friendly and backed up by solid technology and support. www.goteachpoint.com



ATLAS CURRICULUM MAPS INVITE ALL INDIVIDUALS who deal with curricular concerns to enter into curriculum analysis. Maps are a framework for curriculum decision making and a springboard for questions about the essential nature of the purposes of schooling. By raising questions, we engage in ideas and not just present them. Rubicon understands the importance of curriculum development and has designed Atlas to facilitate the sharing of ideas and instructional best practices. www.rubicon.com


DISTRICT-DETERMINED MEASURES (DDM)  More...


PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES (PLC)are teams of educators     working collaboratively, in a cycle of continuous adult learning, to improve their craft,         
both individually and collectively, with the goal of improved student learning. More...


INDIVIDUAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN  & LICENSURE (IPDP)    
Forms, Handbooks, Credits & SAC Hours. More...



PROFESSIONAL GROWTH COMMITTEE (PGC) PGC Course Meetings

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (PD) Course Selection Booklet Fall 2013 & Course Selection Booklet Spr 2014



MASSACHUSETTS COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM MCAS.The Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) is designed to meet the requirements of the Education Reform Law of 1993. 

This law specifies that the testing program must test all public school students in Massachusetts, including students with disabilities and English Language Learner students; measure performance based on the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework learning standards; report on the performance of individual students, schools, and districts.

As required by the Education Reform Law, students must pass the grade 10 tests in English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics and one of the four high school Science and Technology Engineering tests as one condition of eligibility for a high school diploma (in addition to fulfilling local requirements).

In addition, the MCAS program is used to hold schools and districts accountable, on a yearly basis, for the progress they have made toward the objective of the No Child Left Behind Law that all students be proficient in Reading and Mathematics by 2014.

www.mass.gov.edu          Longmeadow District MCAS Report 2011

        

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