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Race to the Top ( RttT ) and Strategic Compensation Transformation Team Members Bernie Boice Shannon Brooker Ben Cunningham Tony Dunn Deborah Edgar Susan Hagerty Angie Henniger Ruth Kunze Larry Lorentz Alexis Seebaugh Kathy Scimia Bill VanPelt Eva Yeager. House Bill 1.

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Race to the Top (RttT)and Strategic CompensationTransformation Team MembersBernie BoiceShannon BrookerBen CunninghamTony DunnDeborah EdgarSusan HagertyAngie HennigerRuth KunzeLarry LorentzAlexis SeebaughKathy ScimiaBill VanPeltEva Yeager

house bill 1
House Bill 1
  • High school assessments will change
    • OGT will be replaced
    • ACT End of Course Exams (eoce)
  • New teacher/principal evaluations using “the measure of academic improvement of individual students over a one‐year period”(value added) as one factor
  • Designed to “spur reform”
  • Common Core (encouraged)
  • Use data to inform instruction
  • Requires new evaluation systems
    • OAC – Ohio Appalachian Collaborative
      • 400+ schools – provides funds to explore strategic compensation plans
      • Must include performance measures
compensation plan
Compensation Plan
  • Has to include:
    • Minimum of 50% student growth
    • Has to have multiple measures
    • Compensation is only awarded when/if goals are met
      • Target at least reading and math, at least 50% growth, and achievement data will likely be based on Performance Index Score
  • USDOE $52,700,000 – Ohio funding
    • $66,000 - testing, travel, SC coordinator, etc.
    • $128,620 – potential award money
  • 24 school districts
  • Career Ladders
  • Evaluation System
  • Strategic compensation – 5 year plan
  • .5 position
Staff members who were trained:

Bernie Boice

Shannon Brooker

Deb Edgar

Michele Filon

Mary Beth Shultz

Karen Waller

Ohio Appalachian CollaborativeCommunity Learning Mapping

edventure map process
Edventure Map process:
  • Designed to simplify the complex environment that we operate in
  • To help participants understand how and why we are responding to the challenges

TheEdventure Map

methodology involves

six components

Understanding the Big Picture Drives Success!

visualization of complex business organizational systems
Visualization of Complex Business/Organizational Systems
  • Creates a mental framework that allows all participants to speak about the same issues at the same time with the same words
data connections
Data Connections
  • Within the Map, key pieces of data and information are linked to create learning
  • This information allows dialogue to occur around facts, not just opinions
dialogue and discovery
Dialogue and Discovery
  • Learning is a matter of asking the right questions, not simply giving the right answers.
  • Dialogue questions not only lead the group through the learning process, but also allow the group to create a forum for exploring critical organizational issues with people throughout a community, from the maintenance person to senior leaders.
learning peripherals
Learning Peripherals
  • Card exercises and game pieces introduce additional information into the learning process and increase the interactive nature of the experience.
  • The learning peripherals also harness one of the most effective ways people learn – by making mistakes.
group interaction
Group Interaction
  • Ideally experienced in a group of 6 to 10 people
  • Optimal group size ensures that enough ideas are brought to the table while allowing everyone to be involved or engaged
  • Any number of groups (tables) can participate simultaneously
  • Good facilitation is the key to bringing together all of the components
  • Facilitator or coach is not necessarily an education expert or leader, but someone who encourages understanding through thought-provoking questions