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Instructions for entering the Initial Learning Plan
Released: Oct 23, 2012Instructions for entering the Initial Learning Plan
If you need help, PLEASE call the office (465-7700)
To login, type in the address: mepp.wingsnw.com
Click on Login and scroll down to the username and password.
Type in your user name and password. (Call the office if you have forgotten your password)
You should now see “Welcome and your user name” in the top left corner. This means you are logged into the program and can explore the software.
Make sure that the school year in the top left corner is "2013". If not, click on the year and update to "2013".
Under FAMILY: Choose student.
Click on your student’s ID that is underlined (this may say “None”).
This brings up your student's learning plan.
Scroll down to: Click on “Add offsite class”
The “Change SLP Information” screen will be visible so you can select your SLP Consultant and Contact Method.
SLP CONSULTANT: This should be your student’s primary teacher or advisor.
CONTACT METHOD: How will your teacher/advisor contact you at various times of the year? Check all the boxes that apply.
ADD OFFSITE COURSE: You can now add all of your offsite courses. You should have, in most instances, 6-9 subjects and each one will be entered separately.
Type in the name of your course such as Art, Fitness, English 7, Math 4, Life Science, US History, etc.
SUBJECT: Drop down/pick a subject.
Use the course description link found on the Five Mile Prairie website according to the grade level of your student. http://www.mead354.org/page.cfm?p=15211
1. List all DISTRICT curriculum being used according to the grade level and subject with this link.
Secondary students (7-12)
2. Then enter all of the SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS that you will use in addition.
Supplemental materials: (list)
LEARNING GOALS/PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
Click on GLE choser. Choose grade level and category. Select All and then SAVE. This will enter all of the GLE's for this subject.
If you cannot find a GLE for your specific class, try the EALR’S.
What specific activities will the student do each week/month to accomplish the goals of this course and complete the curricula? The easiest way is to divide up each curriculum according to the number of weeks or months in the school year.
• [Student’s name] will complete one workbook page per day from each workbook (OR “student will complete one unit per month from each curricula”)
• [Student’s name] will complete all applicable chapter/unit tests.
• [Student’s name] will practice math facts/play math games ___________minutes each day.
• [Student’s name] will also attend the weekly workshop _______________ at _____________ for [time frame].
• [Student’s name] will read for 20 minutes per day from grade-level books of his/her choice.
• Parent will read to [Student’s name] daily, including a variety of genres throughout the year.
• [Student’s name] will log the time and activity each week to equal 5 hour a week.
• [Student’s name] will log the time, the music/song, instruction and practice they are working on each week to equal 5 hours per week.
Moving through the materials at this pace will ensure completion by the end of the year and accomplish the goals of the course.
PROGRESS CRITERIA/METHODS OF EVALUATION BOX:
List the methods by which you will evaluate your student’s mastery of the material. Answer the questions: “How will you know they have learned the material?” and “What will you do if they have not?” Include the level of accuracy you expect them to achieve (80% is generally considered to be indicative of mastery). For example:
[Student’s name] will be expected to achieve 80% accuracy on each assignment or test before moving on to the next. Concepts not mastered at this level will be re-taught until 80% mastery is achieved. Mastery may be evaluated by written tests, oral questions and answers, or parent observation.
Must include this statement: [Student’s name] will keep a portfolio of weekly work samples and any written assessments to present to consultant at face-to-face.
Must include this statement: Every month progress will be determined by the teacher of this course based on the question: “Will the student master his performance objectives by the end of the course?” The teacher will take into consideration ALL factors (including student life situation, effort, attitude, etc.) when making this professional judgment.
Must include this statement: Each month the student will show satisfactory progress toward the stated yearly learning goals (learning goals are measured by formative and summative assessments). The student’s overall monthly evaluation of progress is based on the judgment of a certified teacher.
When you have finished typing you need to select one of the three following options:
Box 1 – SAVE DRAFT – This will save your work so you can finish later.
Box 2 – SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL - This will save your work and send it to your SLP consultant/teacher. You can not change your work after you submit.
Box 3 – CANCEL – This will delete your work.
Now you can continue on to your next subject. When all of the subjects have been entered, please be sure to check that each has been submitted and is ready for your SLP Teacher to review.
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