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Ohio Department of Education. OCTEO Conference March 19, 2010 www.education.ohio.gov. Title II 2009-2010 Report. The Title 2 website is open now for data collection on the 2009-2010 academic year.    ETS will have the Praxis completer available on their Title 2 website March 25. 

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Ohio department of education

Ohio Department of Education

OCTEO Conference

March 19, 2010


Title ii 2009 2010 report

Title II 2009-2010 Report

  • The Title 2 website is open now for data collection on the 2009-2010 academic year. 

  •   ETS will have the Praxis completer available on their Title 2 website March 25. 

  • ETS will contact IHEs regarding how to download the 2009-2010 Praxis data.

  • The ETS resolution period closes April 21. 

  • IHEs must upload their data into their Title 2 reports by May 2, 2010. 

Title II = Title 2

Race to the top

Race to the Top

LEAs – Local Education Agencies

SOW – Scope of Work


K 12 oac standards and assessments

K-12 OAC Standards and Assessments

Coordinating k 12 and higher education

Coordinating K-12 and Higher Education

Ohio teacher evaluation system otes

Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES)

  • OTES is 90% complete

    • OTES Writing Team is working on final phases of the system

    • Information for training and technical assistance for implementation of OTES coming Spring 2011 for LEAs

  • Online Gap Analysis Tool is in its final stages of development

    • Webinars in Spring 2011 available to RttT LEAs

Ohio principal evaluation system opes

Ohio Principal Evaluation System (OPES)

  • OPES is complete

  • Finalizing the scoring rubric

  • Scaling up opportunities to begin Spring 2011 training with ESCs

  • ESCs will conduct the OPES training for the RttT LEAs

Multiple measures of student growth

Multiple Measures of Student Growth

  • This component is a “work in progress” for all RttT states

  • Ohio’s Proposed Plan of Work

    • State Model Formative Assessments

    • Identification of Best Practices

    • Student Learning Objectives – Targets

  • Multiple Measures could include:

    • Value-added measures

    • Standardized tests

    • Standardized Curriculum based tests

    • Classroom based tests

    • End of course exams

Resident educator

Resident Educator

  • Instructional Mentoring Training will be scheduled June – Fall 2011 (newly selected mentors)

  • One additional day of training will be scheduled June – Fall 2011 (already trained mentors)

  • PowerPoint used at the Resident Educator Information Sessions from January – March will be available via the web in April

  • Visit the ODE webpage (keyword: Resident Educator) for additional information



  • 12-month intensive pedagogical and clinical experience preparation program facilitated by ESCs, LEAs, and IHEs

  • 5 ESCs to pilot program with 25+ LEAs

    • ESCs to partner with an IHE and work with LEAs in their service area to identify teacher needs

    • Teachers on supplemental licenses are a priority

    • Teachers who hold a teaching license but want to change teaching fields are a priority

    • Mid-career professionals who already hold a degree, major, or expertise in one of the LEA subject shortage areas are a priority

Instructional improvement system iis

Instructional Improvement System (IIS)

  • Structure and Components:

    • Online access to electronic curriculum, resources and tools aligned to the revised standards

    • Curriculum customization for differentiated instruction

    • Online formative assessments

    • Data-analysis capabilities including early-warning indicators for teachers, administrators, parents, and students.

Contact information

Contact Information

John W. Soloninka


Center for the Teaching Profession

Office: (614) 387-0161

Email: [email protected]

Toll Free: (877) 644-6338

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