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As you arrive log in to ovecisln wikispaces log in to padlet

ISLN participants!

  • As you arrive . . .

  • Log in to ovecisln.wikispaces.com

  • Log in to Padlet:

  • http://padlet.com/wall/zkfkevbii7


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ISLN

  • Support the implementation of KCAS, PGES, and professional learning in my school/district to provide students with the experiences necessary to become college and/or career ready.

  • Build an infrastructure to support PGES to full scale.


Don t forget to give us feedback

Don’t forget to give us feedback.

Please complete the evaluation


Training for the model certified evaluation plan

Training for the Model Certified Evaluation Plan

When:

February 19th 9:00 – 4:00 Sam Swope Center

Who to bring:

Superintendents, Asst. Superintendents, PGES Point of Contacts, representatives of your 50/50 committee

Cost: none

Lunch on your own

Send Model CEP questions to Tracey or Norma


Tpges

TPGES

Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System

Observation

Student Voice

Peer Observation

formative

Self-Reflection

Professional

Growth

Sources of evidence to inform professional practice

Student Growth


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STUDENTS

I can explain the value of student voice as it relates to teacher effectiveness and understand my role in implementation.


Why kids should grade teachers

Why Kids Should Grade Teachers

Be ready to share your THREE takeaways from the article with your table group.


Student voice in the classroom

Teaching Channel Video

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/improve-teaching-with-student-feedback

Student Voice in the Classroom

Purpose for Listening -

Be prepared to discuss Question 1 or 2


Mr ronevich effective use of student survey results

Question #2

Mr. Ronevich & effective use of student survey results

Question #1

  • How did Mr. Ronevich use the results to improve his teaching?

  • How did the principal use the results to help Mr. Ronevich improve?


Talk time value of student voice

Question #2

Talk Time - Value of Student Voice

Question #1

  • How did Mr. Ronevich use the results to improve his teaching?

  • How did the principal use the results to help Mr. Ronevich improve?

Include your Article Takeaways in your conversation

  • What is the value of student voice?

  • Why should kids grade teachers?


A look at the questions

A Look at the Questions

How can the survey questions inform the Framework for Teaching and effective teaching?

Kentucky S.T.U.D.E.N.T. Voice


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First, review component 3B


Directions

Directions:

Review 3B.

Decide at your table who will review which survey (k-2, 3-5, 6-12).

Identify the questions/constructs that would inform component 3B.

Share & Discuss: How can the survey questions inform effective teaching?


Feedback results 3 views

Feedback Results – 3 Views

How can the data be used effectively by key people in your district?

District level – breakdown by school by construct

School level – breakdown by teacher by construct

Teacher level – breakdown construct of all students who took the survey (no names)


Student voice what s your role

Student Voice – What’s your role?

  • To support understanding?

  • To communicate the purpose/value?

  • To identify who needs to be involved?

  • To provide or coordinate technical support?

  • To ensure effective use of survey results?


Getting ready for student voice

Getting Ready for Student Voice

  • Administration Window:

    ~March 19-April 2

  • ACTIVE Infinite Campus Student Portal

    ~Usernames & Passwords

  • Student Voice Survey Guidance Document


Kentucky leadership networks

Kentucky Leadership Networks


Kentucky leadership network vision

Kentucky Leadership Network Vision

Every school district in the Commonwealth of Kentucky has a knowledgeable and cohesive leadership team that guides the professional learning and practice of all administrators, teachers, and staff so that every student experiences highly effective teaching, learning and assessment practices in every classroom, every day.


Reflecting on the past math and ela leadership networks

Reflecting on the Past…Math and ELA Leadership Networks

Take a moment to reflect on the Math and ELA Leadership Networks.

Rank the “Network Goals” in order from 1 (most valuable) to 8 (least valuable) in terms of impact on your district.


Desires for the future science and social studies leadership networks

Desires For the Future…Science and Social Studies Leadership Networks

What are your desires for the Science and SS Leadership Networks?

Rank the “Network Goals” 1 (most valuable) to 8 (least valuable) that will result in your district’s ability to attain the vision of the Leadership Networks.


How will the new kentucky core academic standards for science be assessed in classrooms

How will the new Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Science be assessed in classrooms?


National research council report

National Research Council Report

  • Developing Assessments for the Next Generation Science Standards

  • Board on Testing and Assessment (BOTA)

  • Available free at http://sites.nationalacademies.org/DBASSE/BOTA/Developing_Assessments_for_NGSS/index.htm


Report brief

Report Brief

  • Read the BOTA Report Brief at your table.

  • Table discussion:

    • How do these recommendations differ from current practice?

    • How might this information inform science assessment decisions for your district?


Do current classroom assessments align to ngss

Do current classroom assessments align to NGSS?

  • How can we tell?


Classroom assessments

Classroom Assessments

  • Read the performance expectations, science and engineering practices, disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting connections for these two standards.

  • Choose one of the classroom assessments from the packet.

  • Would the assessment you chose measure student progress with either of these standards? (completely, partially, not at all)


Claims and evidence

Claims and Evidence

Claim

Evidence

Evidence

Evidence


Compare you results find someone from another table with the same assessment

Compare you results. Find someone from another table with the same assessment.


Debrief

Debrief

  • Are any of these classroom assessments congruent to the intent of the standards? (All, None, Partially)

  • Takeaways?


Kentucky leadership networks for social studies

Instruction

Curriculum

Assessments

Teacher Development

Kentucky Leadership Networks for Social Studies

KCAS SS and Literacy in History/SS

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C3 Inquiry Arc

College, Career and Civic Life (C3)

Framework for Social Studies State Standards:

Guidance for enhancing the rigor of K-12

civics, economics, geography and history


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C3 Inquiry Arc


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Dimension 2:

Applying Disciplinary Tools and Concepts


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History K-12 Pathway


C3 framework discovery team

C3 Framework Discovery Team

How does the C3 Framework impactteaching and learning?


C3 framework discovery team roles

C3 Framework Discovery Team Roles

C3 Researchers—Dig deep into the assigned component of the C3 Framework…look for language that indicates impact on teaching and learning

Recorder—Create Chart…record identified impacts (teaching and learning)

FfT Experts—Highlight connections between identified impacts and FfT on domain sheet provided


Reflections on c3

Reflections on C3

Walk and Reflect

Record Key “Take-Aways”

*STAR* Needs for Professional Learning

Record specific questions regarding C3 Framework on PadletOR Parking Lot.

http://padlet.com/wall/kyuqvb7r1f


Panel discussion on district implementation scaling of pges

Panel Discussion on District Implementation/Scaling of PGES

How is your district ensuring that all teachers and administrators are ready for full implementation of PGES by August 2014?


District team time

District Team Time

Reflect on your districts implementation/scaling plan.

Based on any new learning/ideas, would you want to make any revisions to the plan?


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ISLN

  • Support the implementation of KCAS, PGES, and professional learning in my school/district to provide students with the experiences necessary to become college and/or career ready.

  • Build an infrastructure to support PGES to full scale.


Session review and list of to do

Session Review and List of “To Do”


Don t forget to give us feedback1

Don’t forget to give us feedback.

Please complete the evaluation


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