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clcu : Independent Sector Faculty and Staff Development for Mid-Hudson Region. Shelley B. Wepner , Manhattanville College Renee Gargano, Regional Leader Joan Thompson, Regional Coordinator a nd in partnership with the Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES Hudson River Teacher Center .

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Clcu independent sector faculty and staff development for mid hudson region

clcu: Independent SectorFaculty and StaffDevelopment for Mid-Hudson Region

Shelley B. Wepner, Manhattanville College

Renee Gargano, Regional Leader

Joan Thompson, Regional Coordinator

and in partnership with the Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES Hudson River Teacher Center


Clcu proposal to nysed

clcu Proposal to NYSED

  • To prepare for implementation of new teacher and school leader certification requirements + new CCCSS + DDI

  • From November 1st 2012 – June 30th 2014

  • (our region’s actual timeframe;

    4/13 through 6/6)

  • Organized regionally (5)

    • clcu & Sector Advisory Panel

    • Regional Leader

    • Project Coordinators

    • Campus Designee(s)


Project focus

Project Focus:

  • Preparation for new certification assessments (edTPA; new certification exams)

  • Inclusion of CCSS in teacher preparation and arts and sciences curriculum

  • Incorporation of data-informed instruction within teacher preparation programs

  • Understanding APPR and its implications for teacher/leader preparation programs


Cicu faculty development program questionnaire results mid hudson region

cIcu Faculty Development Program Questionnaire Results Mid- Hudson Region


Guiding principles

Guiding Principles


The project structure

The Project Structure


The grant funding activities

The Grant Funding: Activities


Project delivery system

Project Delivery System


Project delivery system1

Project Delivery System


Project delivery system2

Project Delivery System


Project delivery system3

Project Delivery System


Project delivery system4

Project Delivery System


Project delivery system5

Project Delivery System


Clcu independent sector faculty and staff development for mid hudson region

cIcu Faculty and Staff Development Website


Building expertise

Building Expertise

clcu Professional Development

Faculty and P-12 Partners


Discussion of edtpa

Discussion of edTPA

clcu Professional Development

Faculty and P-12 Partners


Edtpa and manhattanville

edTPA and Manhattanville

“Times they are a changin’ ”

By

Elizabeth Johnston-O’Connor, Ph.D.


Edtpa

edTPA

  • The Process and Facts to date

  • The Impact on Manhattanville

  • Tips and Tricks


The edtpa feedback loop

The edTPA Feedback Loop


Where

Where?

  • Currently in 22 states

  • Compressed implementation in NY


Clcu independent sector faculty and staff development for mid hudson region

When?

  • Pilot testing now at Manhattanville, with outside evaluation

  • Expand to all in Fall 2013

  • Must be fully operational May 1, 2014


Clcu independent sector faculty and staff development for mid hudson region

Who?

  • All initial teaching certificate applicants

  • Dual-certificate applicants only need a portfolio of one area.


Impact on colleges and universities

Impact on Colleges and Universities

  • System-wide impact: All parties & Enrollment

  • Course content must satisfy both edTPA and Specialized Professional Associations (SPAs)

  • SOE Faculty prepare candidates for edTPA demands prior to student-teaching

  • New Responsibilities for Field Supervisors


Tips and tricks 1

Tips and Tricks (1)

  • Students provide cameras – *audio*

  • Subtitles

  • Sea change – compressed timeline

  • Fear

  • Hot Potato!

  • Realign SPA rubrics for Methods classes


Tips and tricks 2

Tips and Tricks (2)

  • Adjust Field Seminars for edTPA but SPAs too

  • Video from beginning of student teaching

  • Submit during first 7 week placement

  • Writing emphasis, more than video


Summary

Summary

  • Full feedback loop for 3 – 5 lessons

  • Impact on:

    • System-wide workload

    • Writing skills

    • Content knowledge, including Academic Language

    • Enrollment pressure?

    • Quality of new teachers


Questions

Questions?


Discussion of institutional n eeds

Discussion of Institutional Needs

  • What is happening on your campus?

  • What are the challenges?

  • What do you need to get your students ready for the new test requirements?


Regional plan

Regional Plan

  • When can we identify Campus Teams? By May 13?

  • What are our region’s priority topics?

  • Recommended speaker list?

  • When and where to host next regional meeting?

  • When best to begin instructional modules and webinars? Summer? Fall?

  • Who should be expected to participate?

  • What type of outreach should exist for arts and sciences faculty?

  • How will we evaluate progress and impact?


Questions suggestions feedback and n ext s teps

Questions,Suggestions,Feedback and Next Steps…


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