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Curriculum Management at the Point of Delivery. Systems and Processes for Managing curriculum. Curriculum Management. Curriculum. Data. Collaboration. Objective 1: Curriculum Management and Curriculum Management Plan Elizabeth A. Clark. CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION. Objective 1.

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Curriculum management at the point of delivery

Curriculum Management at the Point of Delivery

Systems and Processes for Managing curriculum

Curriculum Management

Curriculum

Data

Collaboration


Objective 1 curriculum management and curriculum management plan elizabeth a clark
Objective 1: Curriculum Management and Curriculum Management PlanElizabeth A. Clark

CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


Objective 1
Objective 1

  • Define curriculum management in Birdville ISD and how the Curriculum Management Plan will be used.

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Curriculum management and curriculum management plan
Curriculum Management and Curriculum Management Plan

  • Assumes the district is in control and will continue to

  • exist by doing the following:

  • Direct, maintain, or change its operations to ensure success;

  • Charge people with specific roles and responsibilities;

  • Allocate and track resources to support the work.

CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


Connecting the Dots

  • We must build a RATIONAL System comprised of goals that are:

  • Clear

  • Valid

  • Measureable

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Curriculum DevelopmentCycle

RTI

Professional Learning

Program Evaluation

A Coherent Curriculum and Instruction System

Walkthrough Template

Resource

Referrals

Course Additions

Lesson Plan Template


Curriculum management design tasks
Curriculum Management Design Tasks

  • Develop, evaluate, and revise curriculum documents, making them accessible and user-friendly throughout the system

  • Design an assessment system that is robust, aligned to STAAR, with systematic processes in place so that data results are consistently used to improve the teaching and learning process

  • Design and implement a delivery system to control random variation where all stakeholders understand their role and are trained to work collaboratively

  • Design and implement quality assurance measures and a continuous improvement process that is consistently implemented throughout Birdville ISD for the purpose of controlling random variation within the system

CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


Curriculum management plan
Curriculum Management Plan

  • Curriculum Management Plan is a comprehensive

  • document that provides direction for the design, delivery,

  • evaluation, and management of the curriculum.

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Curriculum Management Plan

The curriculum management plan communicates intent and direction for the district in the area of curriculum and instruction. It also connects the written, taught, and tested curriculum in a manner that unifies the district around a common vision and mission. It becomes a catalyst for starting a transformational process for changing the culture of a district, the core work, and the relationships of the people within the organization who do the work.

To develop a curriculum management plan, curriculum philosophy, vision, beliefs, and a Graduate Portrait are developed as a basis or foundation for all other components of the plan.

CONNECT. LEAD. INFLUENCE.


Purpose curriculum management plan
Purpose: Curriculum Management Plan

  • Establishes guidelines and procedures for the development, revision, deletion, enrichment, and evaluation of the written curriculum in all subject areas.

  • Provides for an ongoing cycle of curriculum examination

  • Serves as an interface with other major district plans and processes so that the work of the district is collaborative, coordinated, coherent, and consistent with the vision, mission, and goals of the district.

  • Becomes the work plan for the central office

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Contents: Curriculum Management Plan

  • Curriculum Management Plan

  • Curriculum

  • Curriculum Expectations

  • District Expectation for Teaching Curriculum

  • District Expectations for Assessing Curriculum

  • Curriculum Development and/or Customization Process

  • Roles and Responsibilities

  • Financial Support

  • Automated Management System (if applicable)

  • Glossary of Terms

  • References

  • Exhibits

See

Curriculum Management Plan (CMP)

CONNECT. LEAD. INFLUENCE.


Curriculum Vision

Provide an aligned, articulated, and assessed curriculum that provides the foundation for all students to learn, succeed, and compete in an ever-changing and dynamic world.

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Curriculum Philosophy

All students are capable of achieving excellence in learning the essentials.

Success influences self-concept and student efficacy, which influences learning and behavior.

The instructional process can be adapted to improve learning.

Schools can maximize the learning conditions for all students.

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Curriculum Philosophy

Successful student learning must be based on providing appropriate educational experiences at the appropriate level of challenge.

High levels of student achievement are the benchmarks for effective curriculum design and instructional delivery of the curriculum.

Creating a learning organization is a hallmark to organizational success.

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Curriculum Philosophy

  • 8. Parental and community involvement is fundamental to building a community where learning is valued, public education is supported, and partnerships are forged in an effort to provide:

    • a safe, orderly learning environment

    • challenging curriculum

    • quality educational programs, and

    • successful learning experiences for each student.

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Portrait of a Graduate

Exhibit 3

Birdville ISD graduates will be academically and socially prepared for success in post-secondary studies and employment as productive members of a changing global society.

See Exhibit #3 in CMP


ACTIVITY 1.1 GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

DIRECTIONS: After each section of the presentation, record the salient points.


Objective 2 curriculum delivery and professional learning donna solley
Objective 2: Curriculum Delivery and Professional LearningDonna Solley

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Objective 2
Objective 2

  • Discuss the requirements for curriculum delivery and professional learning.

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Objective 21
Objective 2

  • Teachers are required to use the district curriculum as their primary source of instructional direction.

  • Teachers will access the written curriculum and instructional components supporting it through the automated curriculum management system.

  • Teachers will plan lessons using the district approved template that offers flexibility for teachers to select the most appropriate model for them.

  • Professional learning needs to be designed to meet the needs of teachers based on where they are in their professional careers.

  • Professional learning is a means to an end and must be planned to enhance student learning of the curriculum.

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Curriculum policy
Curriculum Policy

Delineated in Policy Statement EG (LOCAL)

See Exhibit #1 in CMP

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The lesson plan planning for learning
The lesson plan – planning for learning

  • “What am I doing to ensure students will learn?”

  • Strategies:“What are the students doing to process information?”

  • Structures:“How do I organize the classroom for active student engagement?”

  • Procedure:What activities and processes will I use to ensure that what I have planned in terms of grouping and strategies occur in an efficient and effective manner?

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Develop curriculum documents
Develop Curriculum Documents

Audit Criteria for Curriculum Adequacy,

See Exhibit #2 in CMP

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Birdville isd curriculum development customization and revision cycles
Birdville ISD Curriculum development, Customization, and revision Cycles

Customize

Develop

Revise

See Exhibit #12 in CMP

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Professional Learning

What Is Taught?

Tightly held curriculum

How Is It Being Taught?

Identify best practices that are supported and implemented system wide

How Do We Know It is Being Taught?

Determine monitoring requirements for curriculum delivery and student engagement

What Do Teachers Need to Improve Instruction?

Professional Development Needs

Professional Development Plan


Professional learning
Professional Learning

Click here

to see how Birdville ISD is managing the scope and purpose of professional learning


Professional learning1
Professional Learning

Click here to see how Birdville ISD tiers learning


ACTIVITY 1.1 GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

DIRECTIONS: After each section of the presentation, record the salient points.


Objective 3 assessment practices david holland
Objective 3: Assessment PracticesDavid Holland

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Objective 3
Objective 3

  • Define the assessment practices and use of data for continuous improvement.

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OVERVIEW

  • Part V. Expectations for assessing the curriculum

    • Purpose and use of assessments

    • Characteristics of a comprehensive assessment program

    • Types of assessments

    • Assessment for learning model

  • Assessment calendar

  • Aware update


    • Measure student progress

    • Direct and focus planning for instruction

    • Inform students about their learning

    • Indentify needs for improvement planning

    • Evaluate efficiency and effectiveness of curriculum and programs

    • Communicate progress to the Board, parents and community


    • Aligns with written curriculum

    • Balances use of formative, interim and summative assessments

    • Covers at least 80% of the curriculum

    • Systematizes the development and administration of assessments and the reporting and analysis of assessment data

    • Evaluates student learning and instructional programs


    Curriculum

    PLC

    Content, Context, Cognition

    Reteach/ Redesign

    PLC

    PLC

    Regroup/ Reteach

    Common assessment

    Lesson 1

    Lesson 2

    Lesson 3

    Lesson 4

    Formative assessment (FA)

    FA

    FA

    Instructional Unit 1


    PLC

    PLC

    Regroup, Reteach, Redesign

    Dist CBA

    Common assessment

    CA

    CA

    CA

    FA

    FA

    Unit 1

    Unit 2

    Unit 3

    Unit 4


    • Curriculum-based Assessments (CBAs)

      • Interim assessments (assess the curriculum)

      • Three times per year (Oct, Jan, Apr/May)

      • Approximately 20 items (one class period)

      • District produced from existing and purchased items with teacher input

      • District produces booklets and answer docs, campus scans and scores

      • Spanish and modified versions available electronically


    • TAKS released grade 11 in February window

    • RtI Assessments/Universal Screeners

      • Same basic design as 2011-12

        • Literacy – ISIP (K-5), TMFSA (7)

        • Math – OYs (K-2), SPS (3-5), MSTAR (6-8)

    • Semester exams

      • Common exams produced by teachers with coordinator facilitation

      • Produced, scanned and scored at campus level


    • STAAR-like assessments

      • Produced by coordinators with teacher input

      • Will approximate depth and complexity, but probably not length

      • Delivered electronically to campuses in January

      • Campus decision as to whether, how, and when to administer


    • Replaces EdSoft/D2SC as assessment system

    • Reporting and data analysis

      • State and national assessment data are now loaded

      • Local assessments will not be migrated

      • Basic video training available through webpage

      • Wholesale teacher training beginning in January with Trailblazers


    • Local assessments

      • Scanning will move to campuses

        • Scanners and dedicated computers to be delivered and set up: Elem = 1, MS = 2, HS = 3

        • Aware may be used to store, scan and score common campus assessments

        • Campus decision

          • Coordinator scans or teachers scan

          • Scanner location

      • Training for campus coordinators forthcoming


    Objective 3 new policies structures and processes in birdville isd
    Objective 3: New Policies, Structures, and Processes in Birdville ISD

    • Purpose of Assessment:

    • Drive Instruction

    • Evaluate Programs

    • Measure Student Progress

    • Align Curriculum

    Delineated in Policy Statement EK (LOCAL)

    See Exhibit # 8 in CMP

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Curriculum ContentAreas

    RTI

    Professional Learning

    SPECIAL EDUCATION

    PROGRAM EVALUATION

    GIFTED AND TALENTED

    CTE

    BILINGUAL/ESL

    TECHNOLOGY


    Plan

    Written

    Do

    Tested

    ACT

    Taught

    Study

    PLC

    PLC

    QC

    PLC

    Continuous Improvement Model

    Elizabeth A. Clark, Ed. D.

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    ACTIVITY 1.1 GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

    DIRECTIONS: After each section of the presentation, record the salient points.


    Objective 4 roles and responsibilities joe cammarata lorene ownby
    Objective 4: Roles and ResponsibilitiesJoe CammarataLorene Ownby

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    Objective 4
    Objective 4

    • Discuss the roles and responsibilities of all stakeholders.

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Objective 4 roles and responsibilities of leaders in birdville isd
    Objective 4: Roles and Responsibilities of Leaders in Birdville ISD

    • Board of Trustees

    • Superintendent

    • Central Office

    • Principal

    • Teachers

    • Students

    • Parents

    • Financial Officer

    Delineated in Policy Statement EG (LOCAL)

    See Exhibit #1 in CMP

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    It s all about
    It’s All About…

    Leaders are the designated “keepers of the vision”.

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Central

    Level

    Campus

    Level

    Classroom

    Level

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of the Board of Trustees

    • Adopt policies to direct and support ongoing curriculum development, customization and evaluation.

    • Approve recommendations from superintendent regarding curriculum and state approved instructional resources.

    • Approve a budget that provides adequate funding for the development, implementation, and training needed to effectively design and deliver the curriculum.

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of the Board of Trustees

    • Provide funding for the automated management system and adequate instructional resources to implement the curriculum based on system data

    • Demonstrate an understanding of the curriculum management plan and articulate how the Board supports curriculum work.

    • Communicate to constituents the Board’s curricular and student expectations.

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of the Superintendent

    • Implement the policies of the Board

    • Recommend that central staff is hired to develop, assess, and manage curriculum

    • Ensure that a functional organizational structure is in place to manage curriculum design and delivery functions

    • Recommend a budget to support curriculum design and delivery work

    • Require that administrative regulations and management plans are developed and followed

    • Report annually to the Board concerning curriculum design and delivery progress

    • Be responsible for system coherency and capacity

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities: Clarification Activity

    In June, many of you worked to clarify the verb, content, and evidence of adherence to the roles and responsibilities of the Central Office and Principals.

    Let’s review what you

    had to say.

    See Handout #1


    Roles and Responsibilities of Central Office

    • Develop a comprehensive long-range plan for curriculum management, development, customization, revision, and evaluation

    • Prepare a recommended budget

    • Recommend staff to be hired

    • Establish curriculum regulations, guidelines and priorities

    • Organize and facilitate committees to develop, customize, review, and evaluate curriculum

    • Oversee the assessment of curriculum

    • Conduct program evaluations and communicate results

    • Provide technical and expert assistance as well as training and resources needed to implement the curriculum

    • Provide support to principals in their role of implementing and managing the curriculum on their campuses

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of Principals

    Serve as the primary instructional leader of teacher leaders and be responsible for managing the delivery of the curriculum

    Translate the importance of curriculum delivery and instructional best practices

    Develop a working knowledge of the curriculum

    Observe teaching and learning in each classroom

    Monitor lesson design and assessment through the use of Eduphoria

    Monitor the quality of work that teachers assign to students

    Interview and conference with teachers and teams

    Meet with campus/district curriculum and instructional staff

    Provide campus-based professional learning that improves curriculum delivery and student performance

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of Principals

    Provide opportunities for teachers to discuss and share ideas and strategies through professional learning communities.

    Use assessment data in collaboration with teachers to continuously improve student performance and develop appropriate interventions and campus improvement initiatives.

    Use, as a minimum, the district’s approve walk-through template to monitor the delivery of curriculum.

    Participate in professional learning offerings to effectively carry out instructional leadership responsibilities

    Help parents to understand their role in supporting learning for their children

    Demonstrate an understanding of the curriculum management plan and articulate how their work supports the curriculum vision.

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of Teachers

    Be responsible for effectively teaching the district’s written curriculum.

    Deliver classroom instruction by using lesson plans in Eduphoria and customizing them as appropriate to ensure high student engagement

    Determine student mastery by using a variety of assessments including common assessments, district curriculum-based assessments/benchmarks, state and national assessments.

    Collaborate through professional learning communities for the purpose of improving student learning

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of Teachers

    Involve students in the learning process through the use of a variety of strategies and grouping arrangements.

    Use assessment data to determine student proficiencies and areas of need and communicate those to students, parents, and staff.

    Differentiate instruction based on student performance data to provide opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery of curricular objectives.

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Roles and Responsibilities of Teachers

    8. Participate in professional learning designed to improve classroom instruction and develop teacher leadership

    9. Demonstrate an understanding and commitment to the curriculum alignment process which includes aligning instruction contextually and cognitively

    10.Participate in curriculum development, customization, revision and evaluation activities as appropriate.

    Try the Role Clarification activity with your teachers in August!

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    What’s Different?

    Expectations

    Teacher

    What are the implications for Birdville ISD?

    Classroom

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    Monitoring and Reflecting

    Monitoring & Coaching

    Reflective Practice About Lesson Design & Results

    See Exhibit #6 in CMP


    Monitoring curriculum delivery
    Monitoring Curriculum Delivery

    Click here to watch video



    Transforming Schools influence on student achievement. Therefore, it is what they know, do, and care about that translates into excellence. 

    “Transformation begins with leaders who are passionately committed to the idea that the core business of schools is to ensure that students are provided engaging, intellectually challenging experiences in school. “

    • Phil Schlechty

    CURRICULUM. DATA. COLLABORATION.


    ACTIVITY 1.1 GRAPHIC ORGANIZER influence on student achievement. Therefore, it is what they know, do, and care about that translates into excellence. 

    DIRECTIONS: After each section of the presentation, record the salient points.


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