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MPIP: Teacher Based Teams (TBT)<hr>

The Teacher Based Teams (TBT) are designed to shift the focus from an individual teacher to a team of teachers who can function as a purposeful community. TBT's provide structured time for teachers to come together and review and revise the impact of teaching practice and student learning. They are forums for job-embedded professional learning.

TBT Responsibilities

TBT responsibilities are as follows:
  • Generate standards-based common formative assessments by selecting the specific priority standards and grade-level indicators that students must master.
  • Create a preassessment to be given prior to the unit of study (also used as the postassessment to be administered at the end of the unit instruction).
  • Collect and chart data in relation to student learning indicators and student performance data in relation to plan indicators.
  • Analyze their students' results, concentrating on specific students who are proficient, approaching proficiency, and failing far below proficiency on the identified standards-based concept and skills.
  • Determine and implement effective differentiated and engaging research-based instructional strategies that are based on students' learning needs in their classrooms while continually assessing programs, both formally and informally, to monitor and adjust their selected strategies on the basis of their analysis of student learning results.

Interrelationships of the Improvement Teams

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