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Croix Edmentum Program Logic Model


Elena Christian JHS Mission Statement: PLATO LEARNING ENVIRONMENT (PLE) The ECJHS will
set/provide final goals (under Outcomes below) after the principal (in consultation with his staff) has reviewed
the targets in the district School Improvement Plan. The Outcomes numbers below may be viewed/used as
guideline examples.

Inputs
Target student
group:
7th & 8th Grades ELA
and Math

Activities

Edmentum Program:
7th & 8th grade ELA and
Math Test Packs.

School Resources:
Ms. Creque-Technology
Integration Teacher
Ms. Oyake-PLATO Lab
Content area teachers.

Sep 8-30, 2014 (May be


extended through 10-17-2014
if needed): All 7th & 8th Grade
Students take respective ELA
and Math Test 1, in the PLE
Test Packs. Teachers receive
data indicating skills gaps that
may require attention.
Sep 8-Nov 26: Students work
on ELA and Math Test 1
prescriptions. Students
should be provided with at
least 60 min per week to work
on both ELA and Math
prescriptions (ex. computer
labs or computers in
classrooms). Remember that

Outcomes
ELA/Math Test 2
100% of students earn at
least 50%

ELA/Math Test 3
100% of students earn at
least 60%

Consider the above Test


Pack Goal
possibility/suggestion

Consider the above Test


Pack Goal
possibility/suggestion

Long Term: 50% of students attain


satisfactory/passing scores on SBCC Testing in March
2015.
Consider all above goals possibilities/suggestions and

Intervention staff.

if possible, students are


encouraged to spend more
time on prescriptive
assignments either during or
away from school as their
content can be access from
anywhere with an internet
connection.
CHR PLE related teaching staff
monitors student performance
via Edmentum Sensei and
other select PLE reports.
Dec 1-23, 2014: All 7th & 8th
Grade Students take
respective ELA and Math Test
2, in the PLE Test Packs.
Teachers receive data
indicating skills gaps that may
require attention.
Students may have a shorter
prescription after Test 2 due
to their work in the Test 1
prescriptive assignments.
Dec 1, 2014-Jan 30, 2015:
Students work on ELA and
Math Test 2 prescriptions.
Students should be provided
with at least 60 min per week
to work on both ELA and Math
prescriptions (ex. computer
labs or computers in
classrooms). Remember that
if possible, students are
encouraged to spend more
time on prescriptive

provide your goals by Friday 10/17/2014, after


reviewing district targets.

assignments either during or


away from school as their
content can be access from
anywhere with an internet
connection.
CHR PLE related teaching
staff monitors student
performance via Edmentum
Sensei and other select PLE
reports.
Feb 2-13, 2014: All 7th & 8th
Grade Students take
respective ELA and Math Test
3, in the PLE Test Packs.
Teachers receive data
indicating the REMAINING
skills gaps that may require
attention prior to March 2015
testing.
Students may have their
shortest prescription after Test
3 due to their work in the Test
1 & 2 prescriptive
assignments.
Feb 2-27, 2015: Students
work on ELA and Math Test 3
prescriptions. Students
should be provided with at
least 60 min per week to work
on both ELA and Math
prescriptions (ex. computer
labs or computers in
classrooms). Remember that
if possible, students are
encouraged to spend more

Principal
PLATO Linker
PLATO Lab Teacher

time on prescriptive
assignments either during or
away from school as their
content can be access from
anywhere with an internet
connection.
CHR PLE related teaching staff
monitors student performance
via Edmentum Sensei and
other select PLE reports. The
staff should primarily look at
the PLE Curriculum Strengths
and Needs Report, By Class to
identify any areas that can be
improved in the remaining 2
preparation weeks before
Smarter Balance CC Testing.
The identified areas may be
addressed by individual, small
group, or class instruction
with the aid of select PLATO
modules.

Mr. Carlos McGregor, cmcgregor@stx.k12.vi


Ms. Johann Creque-Vanlow, jcreque@stx.k12.vi
Ms. Margot Oyake, margotoyake@gmail.com

GENERAL NOTES/ISSUES/CONCERNS
Over 320 total student enrollment. Block schedule 90min.

Currently there are 32 computers in the computer lab. There is a daily PLATO class with approx. 30 students
participating. Ms. Creque will need to consult with the principal and other related staff to facilitate scheduling the
remaining 7th and 8th graders for Common Core testing and prescriptive work in PLE Courseware.
CREATE COMMON CORE PREP CLASSES AND ASSIGNMENTS
1. Common Core Prep Classes and assignments must be created for all 7 th and 8th grade students. Consider
place a training learner (possibly the PLATO Linker as a student) in the class until the annual District Batch
Enroll is completed. This will allow you to assign the Common Core ELA and Math Test series (Test 1, 2, & 3)
for each class.
2. When creating the Common Core assignments, make sure that the answers to the 3 Set Assignment Policies
questions are YES, YES, and NO.
3. The actual Learners can then be added to their applicable classes after the annual student upload is
complete. They will then get the assignments automatically.
WEEKLY TIME ON TASK
Students should be provided with at least 60 min per week, via a computer lab or classroom computer, to work on
both their ELA and Math COMMON CORE prescriptive assignments (60 min to divide between both, ex. 30min (math)
and 30min (ELA)). Students should also be encouraged to work as much as possible above and beyond this
minimum weekly requirement by either spending additional time in courseware at school or away from school, if
time and computer/internet access allows it.
NEXT STEPS
1. The PLATO Linker should populate each Common Core Prep class (PLE Add Existing Users or Create New
Learners). Once the students are added/created in the classes, they will then get the assignments
automatically.
2. Prior to 10/17/2014, please provide the Principals guidance on goals in the Outcomes section above.
**AFTER STUDENTS HAVE COMPLETED AN INITIAL COMMON CORE ELA OR MATH ASSESSMENT (TEST 1, 2, OR 3),
THEY CAN BEGIN WORK IMMEDIATELY IN THEIR PRESCRIPTIVE MODULES BOTH AT AND AWAY FROM SCHOOL!
SUPPORT RESOURCES
Edmentum Support site
On demand through your PLE login or at http://support.plato.com
Help desk
Monday Friday, 7 am 6 pm CST, 800-869-2200

Inform tutorials
Accessed through your PLE login
Free virtual workshops
http://www.edmentum.com/resources/virtual-workshops or through the
Inform application

**NOTE: For more information on Test Packs, visit Support, and type Test Packs in the main search field!