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Directions: Complete the following Resource Measurement Worksheet to quantify your schools use of resources. You will use these calculations to complete the Strategic School Resource Diagnostic Tool in Figure 6.5.
For Grades K6School Calculations
A. Student Enrollment
These entries should add up to your schools total enrollment.
For example, even though special-education resource students participate in the regular-education program, count them here in the special-education resource line. Self-contained refers to students who are assigned to a homeroom or home base class that remains together for most or all of the school day.
Regular Education _________
Special-Education
Resource _________
ELL
Self-Contained _________
Special-Education
Self-Contained _________
Gifted Self-Contained _________
Total _________
B. Teaching Staff
Resource teachers refers to teachers who work with students for part of the day to support special learning needs. These teachers do not have their own classroom. The most common of these are special-education resource teachers. You may have other resource teachers such as a reading resource, ELL, or gifted-education teachers. Create your own separate line, or code these as other resource. Subject specialists are teachers who teach students from more than one class in a particular subject area such as art, music, physical education (PE), and computer skills. Some schools might use a librarian to teach some periods during the day if so, that portion of time should be included in the subject specialist total. If an individual teaches only part of the day, then only that fraction of his or her time should be included in the total.
Regular-Education
Classroom _________
Special-Education
Resource _________
Other Resource _________
Subject Specialists _________
Special-Education
Self-Contained _________
ELL
Self-Contained _________
Other _________
Total _________
C. Overall School Average Students per Teacher
(A divided by B)
The number of students in all programs (total in A) divided by the number of teachers assigned to the school in all programs from B above. This includes classroom teachers, specialists, teachers paid for through Title I and other outside funding, and special-education teachers. It does not include pupil support professionals such as speech and other therapists, paraprofessionals, guidance counselors, and so on, unless they teach classes.
D. Regular-Education Class Size
Includes students who have special education needs who are served by resource teachers for part of the day but who are assigned to homeroom classes and spend much of their time there. It also includes ELL students if they are in regular classrooms and teachers paid for by Title I if they are used schoolwide as regular classroom
teachers.
Average Range
K ______ ______
1 ______ ______
2 ______ ______
3 ______ ______
4 ______ ______
5 ______ ______
6 ______ ______
Overall ______ ______
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For Grades K6School Calculations
E. Percentage of Students Who Spend Most of
Their Time in Regular-Education Classrooms
Includes special-education students and English language learners who are assigned to a regular homeroom class but receive extra support from a resource teacher. In most schools, these are regular-education students, resource room, or ELL.
Average _________
Range _________F. Percentage of Teachers Who Work With Students in
Regular-Education Classrooms
This includes regular-education classroom teachers and subject specialists such as art, music, and PE. It only includes special-education teachers if they work in inclusion settings that include regular-education program students.
G. Special-Education Self-Contained Class Size
This refers to students who are in classrooms most of the day with other students diagnosed with disabilities requiring special accommodations.
Average _________
Range _________H. English Language Learner (ELL)
Self-Contained Class Size
This refers to students and teachers working in classes with only ELL students for most of the school day.
Average _________
Range _________I. Gifted Self-Contained Class Size
This refers to students in classrooms most of the day with other gifted students.
Average _________
Range _________J. Size of Teacher-Facilitated Reading Groups (if applicable)
This would apply if the school uses a strategy to create smaller reading groups during literacy periods by pushing staff into the classroom or by adding additional sections of skill-based instruction.
K. Size of Teacher-Facilitated Math Groups (if applicable)
This would apply if the school uses a strategy to create smaller groups during math periods by pushing staff into the classroom or by adding additional sections of skill-based instruction.
L. Extra Instruction Time for Targeted Students
(minutes per week)
This refers to tutoring time, small-group academic attention, or after school or required help sessions.
Maximum minutes of
acceleration/week ______
Maximum minutes of
remediation/week ______M. Student Minutes of . . .
Literacy (Fill out daily if your schedule is the same every day. If not, calculate weekly.)
Math (weekly, daily) Instruction (Do not include lunch, homeroom, recess, or passing time in this number.)
Total (from start to dismissal)
Daily/ Percentage
Weekly of Total
Literature: ______ ______
Math: ______ ______
Instruction: ______ ______
Total: ______ 100%N. Collaborative Planning Time Minutes per Week
This number would not include instruction-free periods designated for individual planning, but only time that is scheduled and planned for strategically grouped teams of teachers to work together.
Regular Classroom Teachers ______
Special Subject Teachers ______For Grades K6School CalculationsO. Schoolwide Staff Development Days or Hours per Year
This refers to time where all teachers have instruction-free time that is designated for professional development or planning purposes. This might include early release time (if not included above) and staff development days built into the teacher work calendar.
Q. Teacher Experience: Percentage and number of teachers
with three or fewer years of teaching experience.
Number Percentage
K ______ ______
1 ______ ______
2 ______ ______
3 ______ ______
4 ______ ______
5 ______ ______
6 ______ ______
Special
Education ______ ______
R. Percentage of Certified Teachers
Number Percentage
K ______ ______
1 ______ ______
2 ______ ______
3 ______ ______
4 ______ ______
5 ______ ______
6 ______ ______
Special
Education ______ ______
S. Teacher Salaries: Calculate the average teacher salary for the following:
Schoolwide Average
Teacher Salary: _________
Average Homeroom
Teacher Salary: _________
Average Special-
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