Getting the Word Out. Winner’s Stories to be Shared Documenting RESPRO Services Aug. 18, 2009 10 a.m. - Noon. Let’s Get the Word Out… Meeting Purposes. Share Schools - Generate the names of schools to be showcased RESPRO services - Reach firm consensus on reporting terms.
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Share Schools - Generate the names of
schools to be showcased
RESPRO services - Reach firm
consensus on reporting terms
Must use PC MAC does not work
as a Presenter
Single Presenter – Use headset
Multiple Presenters – Use microphone & speakers
OR conference phone
Recording Time – Will be arranged based on
school’s timeframe – allow at least
1 hour to practice & record
Record 1 per month, except January 2 per month
Presenter will receive an e-mail with link to webinar
Handouts – Provide a handout for
administrators and teachers to use with webinar
Empowered High School Series
Live – October 8, 3:00-4:00 Model Overview: Managing Continuous Program Improvement
Empowered High School Series
Con’t On-Demand Recordings:
Improvement and Team-Based Interventions
Live – March 4, 2010 – Creating and Using School and Team Performance Goals
ISBE (“intensive support”)
Federal Requirements (other EXCEL forms)
For three school years:
Survey of the Enacted Curriculum CRISS CMSI Reading Literacy
Standards Aligned Classroom Chicago Data Initiative
Parent Involvement Tool Reading Recovery
Curriculum Mapping Induction and Mentoring
SIP MWEA MAP differentiated instruction
Data formative assessment high school transformation
PBIS Chicago Math Initiative Leadership Training IPI
RtI DIEBELS Reading First
A school support team is working with Rolling Meadows High School. School support team members met with the Freshman team October 4, 2007.
Strategy 1: district
Provide customized technical assistance
and/or professional development that is
designed to build the capacity of the
district and school.
School specific services
related to building capacity.
Strategy 2: district
Useresearch-based strategiesor practices
to changeinstructional practice to address
the academic achievement problems that caused
the school to be identified from improvement, corrective
action, or restructuring.
practices related to at least AYP
Strategy 3: district
Create partnerships among the SEA, LEAs and
other entities for the purpose of delivering
technical assistance, professional development,
and management advice.
All RESPROs by definition are an example.
Professional Development district
Probably won’t be checked,
except by CPS
Provide professional development
to enhance the capacity of a school support
team members and other technical assistance
providers who are part of the Statewide
System of Support and that is informed by
student achievement and other outcome-
Strategy 5: district
Implement other strategies determined by the state or district, as appropriate, for which data indicate the strategy is likely to result in improved teaching and learning in schools identified for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring.
Standardized Statewide Menu:
SAC, SEC, PBIS, RtI, Data, PIT, SIP, …
B. Teacher Retention
C. Improved Parent Involvement
Next Steps… district