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  1. Individual Learning Plan ILP Please sign in & get PowerPoint slides copy with access info.  Please go to website: Username: KentuckyILP Password: LivingstonMS (Advisor) Password: see attachment on powerpoint notes Open another tab and go to USERNAME: (see attachment) will be ilp11926 through ilp11946 (STUDENT) Password: Training Requirements, Advanced Functionalities, Gifted Student Service Plans (GSSP), etc. LCMS Staff Meeting: August 2013

  2. Removing Barriers • Information from FRYSC (Family First) • See handouts • Refer those in need

  3. Infinite Campus (IC) Persistence to Graduation Report • Mentioned in CDIP • Please look at handout • Note 8 LCMS students • Note how students get points • Just an indicator – CONFIDENTIAL!!! • Are there more you wish to add? • What can we do to mentor? • Discuss in grade level PLCs

  4. Learning 360 Share • Mr. Brett Heppner

  5. Multiple Effects of today and July 26 • CSIP • LE E4: Instructional Strategies • LE E6: Mentoring Program • LE E8: 100% ILP • LE E9: Use Support Services to remove barriers • LE E10: Growth Mindset, CHETL • CDIP • LE 1: Persistence to Graduation Report from IC • LE 5: Inform parents of ILP • LE 8: Operation Preparation using ILP • LE 14: Removing Barriers • Program Reviews • Time to meet and plan interdisciplinary units using ILP, tech, MI, RBIS, HOT, feedback from co-developed scoring guides from peers/self/teacher; students CREATE, PERFORM, RESPOND, etc. • Advising Log

  6. PD • 2-page LCMS PD Action Plan • Page 1 is ALL LCMS opportunities • Pick PDs by your individual needs • Page 2 is for you to type your choices and submit (calc hours) • Register on STI PD (sign in, materials, food, etc.) • Come back and share what you learn • 6 hours flexible (PLCs, etc.)

  7. CSIP & Program ReviewsCOMMITTEE WORK • Committees have I&I due to SBDM in May • Give agenda at least one week prior • Give minutes at most one week after • LOTS of communication and shared leadership/input • Documentation of BIG 9 in files • Documentation of services to exceptional children (SE, GT, 504, LEP/ELL/ESL, etc.)

  8. ?s • EXPLORE rework • Teacher’s Report Card • Filing evidence for PR big 9 • Registered for PD on STI PD (May 17, July 26, July 31) • Do you have 504s? PSPs? • Are you using GSSPs? • Have you joined LCMS GT group on SkyDrive? GSSPs, names, referrals, etc. are there • SmartPhones – there is a FREE SkyDrive App • Do you need to refer students to GT? Referral forms are on SkyDrive • You were emailed GSSPs, Referrals, GT list, etc. on February 28 • GSSPs are on IC and on ILP (you have access to ALL your students)

  9. SCHOOL & STUDENTTWO ILP ACCOUNTS • YOU ARE LOGGING IN to TWO DIFFERENT ACCOUNTS!!! • You are going to have TEACHER view • YOUR personal log-in info is to LEFT of yellow bar on strip of paper taped to this ppt • You are going to have STUDENT view • Student log-in info is to RIGHT of yellow bar

  10. Target • I can effectively, seamlessly integrate ILP use into my classroom.

  11. IMPORTANT request • Make a file called ILP • File this powerpoint!!!! • Go to KDE ILP resource page and print other resources • I emailed you ILP lesson plans on March 7 • ENCOURAGE students to use ILP all the time • Encourage them to take part in ILP writing competition • Encourage them to get PARENTS to review • File the access cards • Student log-in information • Advisor/Teacher Log-In Information

  12. As we train, always be thinking and making notes … • HOW CAN I IMPLEMENT THIS IN MY CLASSROOM? • How can I do an interdisciplinary unit that fits seamlessly with my content (grade level PLC discussion)? • How can I integrate with program review areas (The Big 9)?

  13. Draft ILP District Plan • See handout • 7th and 8th grade courses – email me how you’ll include ILP • OUTSTANDING INCLUSION BY MRS. MICHELE POWELL!!!! 1 project that did MANY things!!!! • She helped PROGRAM REVIEW SCORES • She helped CCR • She addressed literacy strands • Reading, WRITING, SPEAKING, Listening, & Language Use • She addressed 21st Century Skills • 1. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving • 2. Collaboration across networks and leading by influence • 3. Agility and adaptability • 4. Initiative and entrepreneurialism • 5. Effective oral and written communication • 6. Accessing and analyzing information • 7. Curiosity and imagination

  14. ILP Items to Complete by Grade Level:6th-12th grades

  15. WHY? • James Hardin, Fayette County • Use career data for course offerings • Use learning styles for differentiation • Teachers reflect on ILP use in lesson plans • Got 18.2 million dollar building due to career matchmaker data he pulled from ILP [vet/equine facility, students grow food they use, GREEN building (rain gathered to water horses, etc.)] • Great implementation plan

  16. Neat things ILP can do • Administrators • Send 1 email to 1 student • Send to all 10th grade girls • Can set up groups (CK, SG, KL, club) and email • Advisor/Teacher • Send 1 email to 1 student • Send to any students assigned to me • Can set up groups and email (1st period, club, etc.) • For group type explanation, hover mouse over “blue ? Icon” (private, shared, managed) • Set up email so messages on ILP go to it • You and students need to put your email address in ILP

  17. Important to Know about ILP • ILP data is pulled from IC and updated 4x per year • Early September, Late November, • Late Feb/Early March, Late May • Can call if email in system and request student be added • Takes about 3 weeks for students to appear when enter school • Important to answer email ? at log-in • ILP techs will only speak to teacher with email • Students cannot change address/phone through ILP (must do through IC contact) • School use is monitored by KDE • Survey question data monitored by KDE • Compatible with RWG, 508s, JAWS (rec headphones)

  18. Important ILP Facts • Recommend use purple tabs at top rather than on left side – easier to save • SAVE!!! • Schools is least used tab statewide • Planning Timeline • Dr. Holliday & Arne Duncan want CCR focus • If use ILP effectively, will be CCR • Don’t use red “X” to close – logout so secure • Espanol tab turns words to Spanish (neat Sp class activity) • Students can add links to their ILP at “My Links” • Remember student tool – not official transcript • School and parent can view what students enter • Administrators can add links to school page for everyone • • • Any others with CCR focus? • “My Journal” on ILP – could keep class journals here • 10th-12th graders can invite folks to view ILP and check to see if person viewed • Students have 30 megabytes of storage in my docs • TOOL TO CELEBRATE STUDENT SUCCESS (drop out prev, < 20% usage) • Store pictures, newspaper articles, video of dance recital, athletic game, etc

  19. MORE ILP Facts • ILPs for home school and private schools • ILP follows as student moves • Can add parents/guardians if change • Recommend students enter educational history (tool – not transcript); other if not ky • Use through projector and model; make them do on their own. • ILP archives on June 30. So, site is down from June 30-July 6.

  20. GET INFORMATION OUT ABOUT ILP • Newspaper • WPSD • Parent Newsletter in fall with parent log in, KDE resource documents, etc. • Sound byte on school web page • Paragraph to send home to allow parents to deny rights to invite folks to view IEP • Computer lab open during ball games • Parent Trainings • Staff Trainings

  21. Alternative Completion • ARC must document decision for ILP ALT COMPLETION: MUST MARK ON ILP TOOL ANNUALLY • If ILP is printed, no one will know it’s alternative due to FERPA, etc.

  22. ILP Individual Learning Plan

  23. What is an Individual Learning Plan (ILP)? Online career planning and education tool Available at any internet access Grades 6-12 Focus student coursework Prepare them for postsecondary studies and/or careers Free for all Kentucky public schools

  24. ILP • ILP is TOTAL school tool • Use every year • In fall will roll out K-5, not sure what KY will do with this • Not just get to 100% completion – use ALL features • KDE can & does check usage • According to trainer, there are concerns with W.Ky usage • Career Cruising in now CC Engaged • Trainer recommends regular ILP update trainings as it’s an ever changing tool

  25. ILPs required for Graduation An ILP is required within the Kentucky Regulation 704 KAR 3:305 -Minimum High School Graduation Requirements Regulation The law requires; • The ILP to begin in the 6th grade • By the 8th grade, students design a 4 year course plan for high school • The ILP to be updated and reviewed annually by student, teacher/advisor and parent

  26. Items to put in ILP • School Intervention Plan • If >20% not at benchmark on EPAS • Need good communication if GT math & school math plan • Parents/Students are prompted to click on blue for intervention plan – will know if it’s not there • Visitors can’t see this plan -- CONFIDENTIAL • Individual intervention plan and ACCELERATION plan for those meeting • Recommend download “A Guide to KSI” resource from KDE for staff • GSSP (auto upload from IC) • Advising Activities (can enter group or individually) • 4 year course plan from 8th-12th grades • ILP Home then GOALS AND PLANS: ELA activity; Long Term and short term • TOOL to apply for scholarships, Governor’s Scholars, jobs (track awards, involvement, community service, build resume, etc.)

  27. ILP – What’s Required? • According to 704 KAR 3:305 Minimum High School • Graduation Requirements Regulation: • Districts shall implement an advising and guidance process that supports the ILP • Districts shall develop a method to evaluate the effectiveness and results of the ILP process • Feeder middle schools and high schools shall work cooperatively to inform parents and students of connections between career opportunities

  28. ILP – What’s Required? • Beginning with the graduating class of 2013, ILPs will have been completed from the 6th grade onwards, focusing on career exploration and related postsecondary education • Beginning in 8th grade, students will set personal and academic goals, as well as identify courses, electives, and postsecondary goals in their ILP • Schools shall maintain the ILP, make it readily available, and review it annually with the student and parent(s)/guardian(s)

  29. You as an ILP STUDENT • Keep student log-in so you can explore ILP capabilities as a student • PARENTS and students have different log-ins --- stats track – make sure separate • Parents review and comments – must log in as parent to appear on statistics • Go to student ILP Page

  30. NOTE Links on left of ILP HOME • KHEAA • Takes to KEES money • Activities and Experiences • Organizations and activities • Hobbies and Interests • Community Service • Work Experience • Awards and Recognitions • Course of Study (4 year plan) • If LCHS has courses correctly uploaded, students can pick courses from their very own high school • Make sure HS maps courses, edits, changes credits if necessary, etc. KEEP UP TO DATE!!! • Learning Services • GSSPs there • Resume Builder • Click and drag to set order if not like default order • Pop up blocker off to preview resume • Print and export • Export to MS word to improve look • Log Out

  31. KEES (see handout)ALL students can earn $2,500 per yearMUST MAINTAIN GOOD GRADES IN COLLEGE TO KEEP $

  32. ILP Homepage

  33. Click on “Main:” purple tab at top • Career Featured each week • Can research and save • Career Quiz on left (5-12 ?s) – Bellringer, use if 10 minutes left, etc. INSTANT results • Rec use top purple ILP tab, rather than on left “ILP Homepage” (rem easier to save from top toolbar) • Upcoming events • Archive of previous week’s featured careers

  34. Click on ASSESSMENT tab • 3 options • Career Matchmaker (39?) • James Hardin recommends to do ALL 116 questions for accurate data • Pamela Gabbard recommends only do 116 if nothing on top 10 career list that you want to do • My Skills (9th and 11th graders) – review answers • Learning Styles Inventory (20?) • Adm can turn off after they take, so not play with • Match up styles and group accordingly • Can print list of all visual, tactile, auditory learners • Click on matchmaker • DO 39 questions SLOWLY – click on “white ? Icon”

  35. Career Matchmaker • Career Matchmaker (39? – only do 116 if nothing on list you like) • 4th gr reading level • Great if learners do it SLOWLY • MAKE THEM CLICK ON WHITE ? Icon and read exactly what it means!!!!!!!!!!!!! • SAVE • IF MISTAKE: Back arrow will not save – neon post it – write # Down if clicked incorrectly and will fix at end (go to “review my answers” and correct at drop down box then update career suggestions) • Type of Education – click change – click education level and will give only careers that require that level of education • If not match, use “other options”. Type career title and it will pull specific jobs from that area (like nursing).

  36. Career Matchmaker

  37. Career Matchmaker Results

  38. ILP Home; Career Cruising; Career Matchmaker • Click on 1 of your top 10 careers that most interests you • Click “At a Glance” • Earnings – Could compare in math • Education – suggested 4 year HS course offerings • Related college programs • Click certification • Click school • Photo file of 2 diverse people in career • Other resources (organizations may want to link to ILP; Occ Outlook Handbook at end) • Save to ILP

  39. Career Exploration

  40. AssessmentNow click on “Learning Styles” • Take 20 ? assessment • Save to ILP

  41. ILP Home; Career Cruising; Learning Style • Can delete and redo

  42. Click on Careers TabIf find something interesting, can SAVE to ILP • THIS IS WHAT OPERATION PREPARATION WILL DO!!! • Can type in career name and hit go • Can search by alphabetical index • Can search by school subject • GREAT USE FOR CLASSROOM (can you list 10 careers in your subject area?) When am I ever going to use this? • Can search by Ky’s 14 career clusters • Agriculture • Arts & Humanities • Business/Marketing • Communications • Construction • Education • Health Science • Human Services • Information Technology • Manufacturing • Public Services • Science & Mathematics • Social Sciences • Transportation • Career selector can search by required education, etc. • Can search MILITARY • Can search and explore industries

  43. Career Exploration

  44. Career Exploration-Education

  45. How integrate careers in clrm? • STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math) • SS: environmental conditions, outlook, geographic locations, what causes differences in salaries, etc. • Math: Statistics, Comparisons, etc.

  46. Click on SCHOOLS tabLeast used statewide because not in 100% completion requirements • Search for schools (COLLEGES) • By state, types, click school & if interested save to ILP • Search for programs • Compare Schools • 2 at a time (UK and UT) • Compare cost, housing, majors, etc. • School Selector • Urban vs rural, hard vs easy, etc. • Newsletter activity for family to do together • PLANNING TIMELINE • Prepare early on left – start in 6th grade • Gr 8 • Gr. 11 by month • FINANCIAL AID • PRIORITY SECTION – students should know how they’ll pay for college • Search for scholarship; can apply on-line or save if want to apply later • Search by career • Updated every 6 months • March 15 is FAFSA deadline

  47. College Exploration

  48. Financial Planning

  49. Topics Included in the ILP The ILP includes: Assessment records Course of Study Career Planning Goals and Plans Hobbies and Interests Activities, Awards and Recognition Record Learning Styles Inventory • Resume Builder • Work Experience • Community Service • Career Cluster Interest r • Learning Services record • My Documents • My Journal • Employment Guide

  50. Click EMPLOYMENT tab • Click on Employment Guide, or • Work search • Resume • Helps fine tune (rec save to word and make “pretty”) • Letter Writing • USE this tool through projector in class; make assignment for student to do on his own • Interview Skills • Great use in drama class • Job Offers • On the Job