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Collaboration Coach Meeting. February 21, 2013. Today’s Norms. Today is a work session for small groups and pairs. Listen carefully. Stay focused. Do not interrupt each other. Collaboration Coach Agenda/Minutes Date: Feb 21, 2013 Location: Central Macon College Facilitator: .

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today s norms
Today’s Norms
  • Today is a work session for small groups and pairs.
  • Listen carefully.
  • Stay focused.
  • Do not interrupt each other.
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Collaboration Coach Agenda/Minutes

Date: Feb 21, 2013 Location: Central Macon College

Facilitator:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Bring your computer.
  • Provide you own lunch/snack.
  • Next Meeting Date: March 21, 2013 9:00 Central Macon Technical College
graduatefirst 2013 2014
GraduateFIRST2013-2014
  • GraduateFIRST Application
  • Focus School Participation
osep performance indicators for the spdg
OSEP Performance Indicatorsfor the SPDG
  • New Accountability Measures
    • Artifacts
    • Self Assessments
    • Rating Scales
    • Implementation Rubric
    • Action Plan Rubric
    • Implementation Validation
    • Professional Development

Guidance from

Howard & Judy Schrag,

OSEP Project Officer,

and the OSEP Project Community

important dates for ccs
Important Dates for CCs
  • March 1 – In preparation for meetings in Washington and Atlanta, send to the Schrags-“Bulleted” information for both Initiative 1 (GraduateFIRST) and Initiative 2 (Transition) regarding activities completed, in progress, and planned in the fourth column of the required OSEP Worksheet for the federal Performance Measure 1
  • March 4-5 – SPDG Meeting in Washington/Meeting with Project Officer
  • March 7 – Meeting in Atlanta – Schrags – SPDG staff
  • March 4-8 – Completion of fidelity data checks by school teams
  • March 11-15 – Completion of 20% verification checks by coaches for Initiative 2 fidelity checks
  • March 15 – Deadline for fidelity data for Initiative 1 and Initiative 2 to the Schrags for analysis
  • March 11-29 – Submission of data/information needed for the Annual Report/discussions via telephone by SPDG staff with the Schrags and completion of ratings for federal Performance Measure 1 - Worksheet
important dates for gadoe
Important Dates for GaDOE
  •   April 5 – Submission of First Draft of Annual Report to Julia by the Schrags
  • April 8-11 – Review of First Draft of Annual Report by Julia/SPDG staff and discussions with the Schrags
  • April 15 – Completion of Annual Report Final Draft by the Schrags and submission to Julia
  • April 15 – Submission of Annual Report draft by Julia to Project Officer
  • April 15 – 19 – Review of Annual Report by Project Officer and Discussion with Project Officer, as needed
  • April 20 – 23 – Final changes to the Annual Report by the Schrags/SPDG staff
  • April 23 – 30– Routing of Annual Report in GaDOEMay 1-3 – Submission of Annual Report to OSEP
work session 1

Work Session 1

OSEP SPDG Evidence-based Professional Development Components

questions or notes
Questions or Notes
  • OSEP Worksheet Descriptors, Rated by CCs & Validated by members of the Design Team
guskey s levels
Guskey’s Levels
  • Level 1 – Participants’ Reactions: Initial Satisfaction
  • Level 2 – Participants’ Learning: Do I have the knowledge and skills?
  • Level 3 – Organization Support & Change: Coaching (TL Meetings)
  • Level 4 – Participants’ Use of New Knowledge and Skills (Application Evidence)
  • Level 5 – Student Outcomes
evaluation of professional learning1
Evaluation of Professional Learning
  • GaDOE to Collaboration Coaches
  • GaDOE/Collaboration Coaches to School Teams
  • Collaboration Coaches to Team Leaders
  • Team Leaders &/or Members of the Leadership Team to School Staff
evaluation of professional learning participant learning application
Evaluation of Professional LearningParticipant Learning & Application
  • Hattie & Student Learning Outcomes
  • Learning Targets
  • What a Coach Might Say: Coaching Language for Helping Teams Set Challenging and Achievable Goals
questions notes
Questions & Notes
  • What is the best way to capture the Team Leaders’, administrators’, and other groups’ application of the professional learning?
team leader prof dev evaluation
Team Leader Prof Dev Evaluation
  • Should we use the same format to capture Level 4 of Guskey from TL? YES
  • Laura will develop a form for TL use
work session 2

Work Session 2

Focus School Implementation Rubric

The GraduateFIRST Process

focus school implementation rubric
Focus School Implementation Rubric
  • The GraduateFIRST Process
  • Focus Area Implementation
  • 20% Validation
q a focus school implementation rubric
Q & A Focus School Implementation Rubric
  • All 145 Focus Schools
  • School Self Rating
  • School Name & Level
  • Laura will do a form and a Survey Monkey for data input and aggregation
  • Possibly do at Feb/Mar TL meeting
  • Due March 15 – Hopeful due date
  • Last possible date is March 25
q a focus area implementation rubric
Q & A Focus Area Implementation Rubric
  • All 145 Focus Schools
  • All Schools choose a focus area rubric
  • Rate all indicators
  • Add Not Addressed
  • Due March 15 – Hopeful due date
  • Last possible date is March 25
20 validation
20% Validation
  • 2-3 Schools
  • Interviews with TL, Leadership Team, SIS
  • Evidence on file at school
q a 20 validation
Q & A 20% Validation
  • Select 2-3 Schools for Validation
  • Use the Validation Rubric to validate the school’s self rating
  • Validation Rubric will follow the same format as the Focus SchoolImplementation Rubric
  • Add evidence in the appropriate box
  • Due March 15 – Hopeful due date
  • Last possible date is March 25
march focus school tl agenda
March Focus School & TL Agenda
  • Focus School Implementation Rubric
  • Focus Area Imlementation Rubric
  • 20% Validation
  • TL Professional Learning Evaluation- Maybe April
march meeting
March Meeting

Agenda

Learning Targets

We can assess our implementation of the Focus School Process.

We can define our focus area and assess our implementation.

We can provide artifacts and evidence to support the implementation of the Focus School Process.

  • Welcome
  • Learning Targets
  • Implementation Rubric
  • Focus Area Rubric
  • Validation of Implementation
  • What Works in Professional Development
next collaboration coach meeting

Next Collaboration Coach Meeting

March 21, 2013

Central Macon Tech

9:30

(Note 30 min later starting time for this meeting)