Webinar Protocol PLEASE MUTE —your computer and we will move you to panelist so you can talk THANKS!
Webinar Protocol • Eliminate background noise as much as possible. • Send messages through the chat window to all as needed; we may not monitor the questions bar. • Raise your hand on the dashboard if you can’t get into the conversation.
Meeting Outcomes By the end of this session, participants will.… • Discuss Facilitative Team Time • Discuss process for external review of modules • Discuss the NCEES position and new ways of working • Discuss the project teams that will launch at the May retreat • Get new ideas about how to build local capacity with RttT initiatives • Issues Bin
Norms • Respectful communication as allies. • Be actively involved • Focus on established goals • Assume the best of my colleagues • Thoughtfully involve others.
Note-Taker Mary K will take notes.
Robert Introduce new team members
Paul Marshall – Region 5 & Math Andrew Horne – Web Content New Team Members
Request from Lynne Where are we?How Do we know?What are we doing about it?
Evidence of Support • Which LEAs in each region are NOT moving? • How are helping them? • Who • What • When • How
Heather Discuss Facilitative Team Time
Facilitative Team Time Updates
Updates: What’s New • Day 1: Afternoon Pre-Planning Session for Leaders to provide up-to-the-minute opportunities for differentiation • District, School, and PD Leaders will create goals for their teams and share with other LEAs/Charters • What are your strengths?
Toolkit Materials • Calling all Resources – It takes a village!
LEA/Charter Information Sheets Dropbox • ERD Shared Folder • Facilitative Team Time • LEA/Charter Information Sheets • Use Fidelity Check Feedback to Complete Table • Roundtable Support
Red Flags • Look for comments such as: • “Please let us know what we need to bring for this time.” • “Please provide goals for this time.” • Contact LEA/Charters to share expectations for Facilitative Team Time • Contact LEAs/Charters who have not completed the survey – send them the direct link.
Ensuring Best Fit • Variety of strengths on our team and across divisions • Google Form
Training • Date TBD • Facilitator’s Tips • Guiding Questions • Review of the Resources • Overview of LEA/Charter Needs
Geetanjali Discuss process for external review of modules
External Review After content team review and beta test Stake holders • Teachers (largest group) • Principals/Administrators • Dpi staff (sample) • Module content specific reviewers
Kim Discuss the NCEES position and new ways of working
CHANGES AS WE MOVE FORWARD • NCEES Consultant Role • Information must be simplistic and consistent. • Building a team to guide this process of support: THINK TANK North Carolina Educator Evaluation System
Robert Discuss the project teams that will launch at the May retreat
Improving Professional Development Capacity Purpose: Support district and charter leaders in establishing systems and structures for planning, designing and evaluating high quality professional development. Outcomes: Use web-based, and face-to-face opportunities to: • Maintain high quality fidelity support for LEA/Charter teams • Promote and support a PD planning cycle that addresses planning, design, implementation, evaluation • Sustain highly effective (High Quality) PD • Develop data literacy for professional development (EVAAS, Guskey)
IDEA: Designing Web-based Professional Development Purpose: Collaborate within and across DPI Divisions to develop effective web-based instructional content that incorporates sound pedagogy and current technological tools. Outcomes: Develop web-based resources that: • Engage learners • Model instructional best practices • Increase content knowledge • Develop instructional skills • Provide resources and support
NCEES: Evaluating Educators Effectively Purpose: Support North Carolina Principals and Administrators with the North Carolina Educator Evaluation System. Outcomes: Use web-based, and face-to-face opportunities to: • Provide information and support for new users • Provide experiences for building clarity and fidelity with the standards and elements • Develop local capacity through area “super users” • Develop data literacy for fidelity and inter-rater reliability
ERD 21: Engaging 21st Century Learners Purpose: Provide support to North Carolina Educators for establishing classroom rigor and engagement appropriate for 21st Century Learners Outcomes: Use web-based, and face-to-face opportunities to: • Establish deep understanding of 21st Century Skills • Build Capacity with Technology Enabled Learning (TPACK) • Develop local capacity through collaborative communities of practice • Develop data literacy for instructional alignment and assessment design
Building Instructional Capacity Purpose: Provide support to North Carolina Educators for utilizing NCDPI tools and resources to establish rigorous, deeply aligned instructional resources and strategies Outcomes: Use web-based, and face-to-face opportunities to: • Support districts with aligning local curricular resources to content standards • Support educators with aligning instruction and assessment to local curricular resources • Provide experiences for developing rigorous classroom instruction and assessment (Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy) • Develop data literacy for instructional alignment and assessment design (PLCs)
Savonand Yvette SI Logistics
Greg and Mary Capacity corner
Region 3 Capacity Corner LEA Partnership (Roanoke Rapids, Weldon City & Halifax) with Friday Institute to create and populate a database of technology infused lessons.
Region 3 Capacity Corner Regional PD sessions sponsored by CCRESA on curriculum design. Sessions will be facilitated by The Leadership and Learning Center and will occur several times throughout the year.
Region 3 Capacity Corner Regional Roundtable Meetings: Developing a purpose and strategic plan to better address and align resources around regional needs. New Regional Lead has brought about a new direction and structure for meetings.
Region 3 Capacity Corner Collaboration is encouraged at every meeting/event. We stress the importance of networking throughout the region. Our participants are asked to exchange contact information with at least one person before the end of the meeting/event.
Team Availability • Yvette and Eliz will be tied up with the IIS RFP proposal process from May 7-21. At this point, we do not know how available we will be but Robert and Kristin are available to help you. • Mary R., Robin, Beth, DeLea, Kim, & Jenn will join in the IIS work from May 14-21. They will also have limited availability. (Jenn will attend scheduled EE sessions, however). • All IIS folks will be unavailable from May 31-June8 with vendor demonstrations. • Yvette will be in Greece from May 14 - May 28. Savon and Robert will take over the final SI preparations. • We may be calling on you for additional help as needs arise.
Issues Bin • Make your own hotel reservations for our May retreat and send your 10-8’s to Kristin. • We will get a sign up sheet on the wiki for the evening event at Robert’s. The style will be similar to our recent event at Lynne’s. • Attend the webinars on NCEES. • Attend one webinar on an overview of EVAAS before the May retreat. If you are already an EVAAS expert, you are welcome to skip this task. Visit https://ncdpi.sas.com/evaas/signin.jsf . You do not need to register for these sessions. • “How do we know?” • What else?