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Tie regional summits 1 st of 5 Setting direction and leading the way. By: Dr. Pam Lange TIE Development Coordinator. Agenda. Afternoon: 12:30 to 4:00 Readiness Tool: Awareness SBAC Awareness: SD-STARS Awareness: Framework for Teaching Action Planning School Board Awareness Discussion

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Tie regional summits 1 st of 5 setting direction and leading the way

Tie regional summits1st of 5Setting direction and leading the way

By: Dr. Pam Lange

TIE Development Coordinator


Agenda

Agenda

  • Afternoon: 12:30 to 4:00

    • Readiness Tool:

      • Awareness SBAC

      • Awareness: SD-STARS

      • Awareness: Framework for Teaching

    • Action Planning

    • School Board Awareness Discussion

    • Closure

  • Morning: 8:00 to 11:45

    • Welcome

    • Reflect on current work

    • COMPASS

    • Five Shifts

    • Readiness Tool: CCSS

  • Lunch: 11:45 – 12:30


Outcomes

outcomes

  • To develop an understanding of the South Dakota Accountability/Waiver System and how it aligns with the current major shifts in education.

  • To complete a readiness tool aligned to all components of the Common Core State Standards.

  • To hear and share from other districts on implementation of the Common Core State Standards.

  • To complete awareness sections of a readiness tool aligned to SBAC, SD-STARS and The Framework for Teaching (Danielson Model).

  • To begin development of an action planning tool for the 2013-14 school year.


Wikispace

wikispace

http://regionalsummits.tie.wikispaces.net/

  • Each team member should have received an invitation

  • Secured website for districts attending Regional Summit series

  • Please download Readiness Tools and Action Planning Document


Parking lot

Parking lot


Working as a team

working as a team

  • You will leave today with the beginning (hopefully finalized) action plan for the 2013-14 school year

  • Today’s main focus: COMPASS Model and Readiness Tool: Common Core State Standards.

  • Each summit your team will bring back the action plan and professional development schedule to work through a process of analyzing it, changing it, tweaking it, and making any necessary updates.


Assign roles

Assign roles

  • Leader

  • Recorder (Electronic)

  • Time Keeper/Task Master

  • Presenter

  • Errand Monitor


What s happening

What’s happening?

Your team was asked to bring current School Improvement Plans, Consolidated Applications, Focus/Priority School Plans, Goals, or any other documents you use to make informed decisions.


What s happening1

What’s happening?

Using these documents determine:

  • What are any non-negotiables that can’t be taken off the table?

    • Have to be included in action planning

  • What are district/school goals that drive all decision-making processes?

    • If you don’t have these, include development of this document in action planning

  • What “guides or leads” your district to ensure all buildings are headed in the same direction?

    • Have you created “ONE-PAGER” document that everyone lives by


Compass model

Compass Model

  • “Leading” Rigor:

  • Impact on Curriculum

  • Impact on Instruction

  • Impact on Assessment

  • Tool to help lead; not another thing to do!


Compass model1

Compass model

  • Why spend time on this resource?

    • Setting Direction and Leading the Way

  • For today’s work focus on:

    • Culture: Page 3 and 33

    • Structures: Page 9 and 167

  • What is your “Current Culture” as it pertains to implementation of Common Core State Standards?

  • What current “Structures” (Programs/Structures) might be getting in the way of making the instructional changes necessary to implement Common Core State Standards?


Compass model2

Compass model

We are not going to complete this activity today, but if you haven’t examined your programs and structures you might consider completing this activity back “home”.


Tie regional summits 1 st of 5 setting direction and leading the way

Major Shifts in South Dakota

Accountability System: Waiver

2011-12 to 2014-15

The Foundation

Common Core State Standards

Since 2011

Smarter Balanced Assessment

2014-15

SD-STARS

2013

Educator Effectiveness

2014-15


Indicators k 8 elem ms levels

Indicators: K-8 (Elem/MS) Levels


Indicators 9 12 high school level

Indicators: 9-12 (High School) Level


Alignment to sip indicators

Alignment to SIP Indicators


Action planning

Action planning


Common core

Common core

Haven’t started; that’s why we are here

Ready for full implementation

1 2 3 4 5

Have a plan need time to work

  • All in different places

  • This is your day – It’s your way


Tie regional summits 1 st of 5 setting direction and leading the way

Common core

Common core training/professional development

Implementation of common core

Common core field items embedded in D-STEP

Assessment of Common Core in 2014-15


Tie regional summits 1 st of 5 setting direction and leading the way

Common core

South Dakota Common Core Work

http://sdccteachers.k12.sd.us/


Readiness tool ccss

Readiness Tool:CCSS


Readiness tool

Readiness Tool

  • How to read the document

  • Sections

    • Awareness, Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, Professional Development

  • Resource Links

  • Let’s get to work


Readiness tool ccss1

Readiness Tool:CCSS

  • As a team complete all five sections of CCSS Readiness Tool

    • At least one person should complete electronically

  • Read each statement and come to a consensus about:

    • Level of Importance

    • Readiness Level of Staff

    • Levels will help prioritize when completing action plan this afternoon

  • Do not focus on Year 1, 2, or 3 at this time

  • Do not focus on Planning the Work at this


Readiness tool ccss2

Readiness Tool:CCSS

  • What big “ah-ha’s” surfaced?

  • What conversations need to happen back “home”?

  • Highlight all areas marked as Critical and indicate a1 or 2 in staff readiness.

    • These are your priority areas when moving to action planning this afternoon


Smarter balanced

Smarter balanced

Haven’t started; that’s why we are here

Ready for full implementation

1 2 3 4 5

Have a plan need time to work


Smarter balanced1

Smarter balanced

WEBSITE: smarterbalanced.org/

English Language Arts and Mathematics test specifications

Much can be learned by studying the specifications


Smarter balanced2

Smarter balanced

  • Assessment in 2015 will be based on Webb Leveling

  • Computer generated test

    • Results available in two weeks (for MC)

    • Leveled

  • Type of assessment questions

  • South Dakota gets same vote as California

  • Grades: 3-8 and 11


Smarter balanced3

Smarter balanced

We have been a “Blooms” state

  • Blooms Taxonomy describes the type of thinking

    Moving to a “Webb Leveling” state

  • Depth of which we expect students to demonstrate understanding of the content

  • Webb’s describes complexity of both the content and the task required

  • Use, Acquire, Extend


Readiness tool awareness sbac

Readiness Tool:Awareness: SBAC


Readiness tool awareness sbac1

Readiness Tool:Awareness: SBAC

  • As a team complete the awareness section of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Readiness Tool

    • At least one person should complete electronically

  • Read each statement and come to a consensus about:

    • Level of Importance

    • Readiness Level of Staff

    • Levels will help prioritize when completing action plan this afternoon

  • Do not focus on Year 1, 2, or 3 at this time

  • Do not focus on Planning the Work at this


Readiness tool awareness sbac2

Readiness Tool:Awareness: sbac

  • What big “ah-ha’s” surfaced?

  • What conversations need to happen back “home”?

  • Highlight all areas marked as Critical and indicate a1 or 2 in staff readiness.

    • These are your priority areas when moving to action planning this afternoon


Sd stars

SD-Stars

Haven’t started; that’s why we are here

Ready for full implementation

1 2 3 4 5

Have a plan need time to work


Assessments sdcc assessment transition plan

Assessments: SDCC Assessment Transition Plan


Readiness tool awareness sd stars

Readiness Tool:Awareness: SD-stars


Readiness tool awareness sd stars1

Readiness Tool:Awareness: SD-stars

  • As a team complete the awareness section of the SD-STARS Readiness Tool

    • At least one person should complete electronically

  • Read each statement and come to a consensus about:

    • Level of Importance

    • Readiness Level of Staff

    • Levels will help prioritize when completing action plan this afternoon

  • Do not focus on Year 1, 2, or 3 at this time

  • Do not focus on Planning the Work at this


Readiness tool awareness sd stars2

Readiness Tool:Awareness: SD-stars

  • What big “ah-ha’s” surfaced?

  • What conversations need to happen back “home”?

  • Highlight all areas marked as Critical and indicate a1 or 2 in staff readiness.

    • These are your priority areas when moving to action planning this afternoon


Educator effectiveness

Educator effectiveness

Haven’t started; that’s why we are here

Ready for full implementation

1 2 3 4 5

Have a plan need time to work


Tie regional summits 1 st of 5 setting direction and leading the way

Educator effectiveness

  • Work group still meeting – should have plan soon

  • TeachScape

  • Full Implementation 2014-15


Readiness tool awareness educator effectiveness

Readiness Tool:Awareness: educator effectiveness


Readiness tool awareness educator effectiveness1

Readiness Tool:Awareness: educator effectiveness

  • As a team complete the awareness section of the Educator Effectiveness Readiness Tool

    • At least one person should complete electronically

  • Read each statement and come to a consensus about:

    • Level of Importance

    • Readiness Level of Staff

    • Levels will help prioritize when completing action plan this afternoon

  • Do not focus on Year 1, 2, or 3 at this time

  • Do not focus on Planning the Work at this


Readiness tool awareness educator effectiveness2

Readiness Tool:Awareness: educator effectiveness

  • What big “ah-ha’s” surfaced?

  • What conversations need to happen back “home”?

  • Highlight all areas marked as Critical and indicate a1 or 2 in staff readiness.

    • These are your priority areas when moving to action planning this afternoon


Action planning1

Action planning


Action planning2

Action planning

  • Refer to completed Readiness Tool documents

  • Based on assessed indicator levels, determine which “YEAR” you need to complete the work

  • You will transfer activities to your Action Planning Document


Action planning3

Action planning


School board awareness

School board awareness

  • ASBSD – Dr. Julie Ertz

  • How can your school board help support efforts as working toward alignment with the Five Shifts in Education?

    • CCSS, Smarter Balanced Assessment, Teacher Effectiveness, SD-STARS, Accountability Model


Exit card

Exit card


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