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TAB TWELVE. FSI Level IV. Lisa Guzzardo Asaro Dr. Lisa Rivard OCTOBER 2011. THEMES for 2010-2011. Data Analysis & Dialogue and Decision-making Data Director and D4SS Shared Leadership, Shared Ownership Culture Building to Support CSI Implementation and Monitoring SIP

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fsi level iv

TAB TWELVE

FSI Level IV

Lisa Guzzardo Asaro

Dr. Lisa Rivard

OCTOBER 2011

themes for 2010 2011
THEMES for 2010-2011
  • Data Analysis & Dialogue and Decision-making
  • Data Director and D4SS
  • Shared Leadership, Shared Ownership
  • Culture Building to Support CSI
  • Implementation and Monitoring SIP
  • Evaluating Impact of SIP
fsi materials
FSI Materials
  • White Binder
  • MI-CSI Journal
  • Book Talks: Team to Teach and From Questions to Actions
  • Data Reference Points Manual
  • Flashdrive
  • Plastic Folders
  • URL Bookmark
inclusion activity the eagle has landed mi csi eagle is a metaphor for you
Inclusion ActivityThe EAGLE has Landed (MI-CSI)Eagle is a metaphor for You
  • One person at each team will read the short ppt
  • First Thought
    • Share with team what or how you are prepared to help colleagues shift to embrace change

Shared from Char-Am ISD, Jennifer Sabsook

today s outcomes
Today’s Outcomes
  • Receive updates, new content, and changes
  • Participate in a Book Talk: Tools and Talk
  • Examine the NEW Cut Scores
  • Identify administrative, teacher, and student behaviors
  • Network with colleagues
  • Use work time to reflect, and plan SI initiatives to bring to schools
today s roadmap
Today’s Roadmap

TAB TWELVE

  • Welcome
  • 2011 Themes and Updates
  • What has Changed
  • Due Dates and Professional Learning
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Monitoring the Impact of Strategy Implementation
  • SI Progress Monitoring
  • Data 4 SS/Data Director/MISchooldata
  • New 2011 Cut Scores are Adopted
  • Network and Planning
key working agreements a facilitation tool
Key Working AgreementsA Facilitation Tool

Evidence

  • Respect all Points of View
  • Be Present and Engaged
  • Honor Time Agreements
  • Get All Voices in the Room

These breathe life into our Core Values

parking lot a facilitation tool
Parking LotA Facilitation Tool

TAB TWELVE

  • Rest questions that do not benefit the whole group
  • Place questionsthat do not pertain to content at this time
  • Place questions that pertain, but participants do not want to ask at this time
living belief statement
LIVING BELIEF STATEMENT

“Networking is not an option, but a critical part of how Facilitators of School Improvement learn and share their learning.”

one common voice one plan michigan continuous school improvement stages and steps
One Common Voice – One PlanMichigan Continuous School ImprovementStages and Steps

(MI-CSI)

Study

Analyze Data

Set Goals

Set Measurable Objectives

Research Best Practice

slide11
One Common Voice – One PlanMichigan Continuous School ImprovementStages and StepsI.-III. Comprehensive Needs Assessment Components

TAB TWELVE

I. School Data Profile/Analysis

II. School Process Profile/Analysis

III. Summary Report/ Goal Management

Study

Analyze Data

Set Goals

Set Measurable Objectives

Research Best Practice

I.School Data Profile/Analysis

II.School Process Profile/Analysis

III. Summary Report/ Goal Management

one common voice one plan michigan continuous school improvement stages and steps1

One Common Voice – One PlanMichigan Continuous School ImprovementStages and Steps

Getting Ready

Collect School Data

Build School Profile

I. School Data Profile

II. School Process Profile

Analyze Data

I. School Data Analysis

II. School Process Analysis

III. Summary Report/Goals Management

Set Goals

Set Measurable Objectives

Research Best Practice

Develop Action Plan

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

TAB TWELVE

Gather

Comprehensive

Needs Assessment

Study

School Improvement Plan

Plan

Do

stage one gather step 1 getting ready
Stage One GATHERStep 1: Getting Ready

GATHER

Getting Ready

Collect School Data

Build School Profile

4 Considerations

  • School Culture
    • Collaborative Inquiry Process
    • Vision, Mission, Core Values and Belief Statements
  • School Decision Making
    • From Decide and Announce to Consensus
  • Team Building
    • Stakeholder Analysis
    • Group vs. Team
  • School Current Reality
    • ‘Where Are We?’
getting ready data collection analysis implement and monitor si plan
Getting Ready, Data Collection/AnalysisImplement and Monitor SI PLAN

GATHER, STUDY, & DO

09.07.11 through

03.08.12

Stage One

GATHER

Getting Ready

Collect School Data

Build School Profile

Stage Four

Stage Two

DO

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

STUDY

Analyze Data

Set Goals

Set Measurable Objectives

Research Best Practice

slide15

TAB TWELVE

Document One

Document I (SDP/A)

School Data Profile/Analysis

Due Online: 09.01.12

Document Two

Document II (SPP/A)

School Process Profile/Analysis

Due Online: 03.09.12

a.MDE:School Process Rubrics 90

b.MDE:School Process Rubrics 40

c.NCA:Assist Self Assessment (Assist SA)

d. NCA:Self Assessment (SA)

Document III (Summary Report/Goals Management)

Summary Report/School Improvement Plan

Due Online: 09.01.12

Document Three

school process rubrics spr document two
School Process Rubrics (SPR)document two

TAB TWELVE

Two Road Mapswww.advanc-ED.org

bureau of assessment and accountability baa

TAB

TWO

BUREAU of Assessment and Accountability (BAA)

BAA Resources

  • BAA Secure Site

www.michigan.gov/baa-secure

  • BAA Professional Learning Site

www.michigan.gov/baa-learning

  • BAA Main Webpage

www.michigan.gov/baa

  • BAA Email Address

baa@michigan.gov

*OEAA site will remain another 6 months and then will re-route users to the correct BAA resource

BAA Fall Assessment handout id on table in white.

Take One

2011 2012 new changes
2011-2012 NEW Changes
  • School Data Profile/Analysis will have all, but 2 sections pre-populated by BAA and CEPI (one is about teachers)
  • This month State Board of Ed approved the new cut score (MEAP and MME) process for implementation this year (2011-2012) (URL’s provided in the PM today)
  • BAA has constructed a website that features resources related to “Beating the Odds”, and other resources. These resources can be accessed at http://michigan.gov/mde/0,1607,7-140--254481--,00.html

NEW

2011 2012 new changes1
2011-2012 NEW Changes
  • Response to InterventionGuidance Materials
    • Michigan’s definition and vision for RtI
    • Essential Components of Michigan’s RtI Framework
    • MDE Contact: Jan Oord at

oordj@michigan.gov

    • MISD RtI Leadership Team
new changes advanced accreditation 2012 2013
NEW ChangesAdvancEd Accreditation (2012-2013)

EVALUATION Protocol for Accreditation

  • Organizational Effectiveness
      • Using FIVE Standards
  • Stakeholder Perceptions
      • Perception Surveys will be required (FREE SURVEYS)
      • Online accessible
  • Schools Student Performance
      • State and Local Assessments will be part of the Evaluation
      • Student Achievement (Growth)
      • MDE criteria and state specific (Top to Bottom)
2012 explore plan and act middle and high schools
2012 Explore, Plan, and ACTMiddle and High Schools

NEW

EXPLORE

  • All 7th graders must test between 05.01.12 - 05.30.12 120 minutes

Decommissioned Explore

  • All 8th graders must test between 03.01.12 – 03.30.12 120 minutes

PLAN

  • All 9th graders must test between 03.01.12 – 03.30.12 120 minutes

Decommissioned ACT

  • All 10th graders must test between03.01.12 – 03.30.12 205 minutes
  • Includes writing
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Important DatesRegister at: www.gomiem.org

  • 11.08 - 11.09.11 NCA Fall Conference

Lansing Center, Lansing

  • 11.01, 08,14.11 Common Core Rollout

Ann Arbor (1), Grand Rapids (8)

Saginaw (14)

  • 11.29.11 MDE Fall Conference

Lansing Center, Lansing

  • 03.29-30.12 MDE/NCA Spring SI Conference

Lansing Center, Lansing

important dates
Important Dates
  • Parent Involvement & Title I – Strengthening School, Family & Community Connections 03.21.12 at MISD
  • Literacy, Learning, and Laughter featuring the Common Core Standards for ELA for all K-12 12.10.11 at MISD
  • Writing Tracker 11.08.11 at MISD
  • Text Comprehension 12.13.11 at MISD
  • Vocabulary 01.31.12 at MISD
reminder to register
REMINDER to REGISTER

School Improvement Teams

Work Day

04.26.12 Title I only

04.30.12 Title I only

05.01.12

05.02.12

05.03.12

05.08.12

smarter balanced consortium coming to a school near you
Smarter Balanced ConsortiumComing to a School Near You
  • Michigan has signed on as one of the governing members
  • Michigan has a vote, Joseph Martineau (BAA) sits on the board
  • Upwards of 32 states have signed on
  • Alternative to the MEAP, 2014-2015
  • Appendix A Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Paperless by 2018

NEW

slide26

Common Core State Standards, Assessments Roll-Out andImplementation Plan

2011-2012

2011-2013

2013-2014

Full Implementation

2014-2015

Paperless by 2018

Test Item Changes

Implement Common Core Standards

  • Common Core Rollouts
  • 11.01.11 Ann Arbor
  • 11.08.11 Grand Rapids
  • 11.14.11 Saginaw

Pilot and Field Test

common core state standards k 12 ela
Common Core State StandardsK-12 ELA

WEBSITES

MDE’s Teaching For Learning

http://teachingforlearning.org

CCRS Units and Resources

http://gomaisa.org

NEW

publication of common core state standards alignment documents
Publication of Common Core State Standards Alignment Documents
  • The MI State Board of Education adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) as Michigan’s K-12 content standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics in June 2010. Documents detailing the alignment of CCSS with Michigan’s Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE) and High School Content Expectations (HSCE) in English Language Arts and Mathematics are now available.
  • http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/Finall_CCSS_Alignment_Docs_358314_7.pdf
new generation science standards
New Generation Science Standards
  • Replace the Science Priority Expectations
  • 20 Lead States
  • Michigan is a LEAD State
  • Achieve is involved
  • Timeline: 12-18 months
social studies common standards
Social Studies Common Standards
  • Team is forming to develop the standards
  • 1 year behind Science
make up dates
Make-Up Dates
  • Make-up Days: must register
    • 01.20.11
    • 04.25.12
  • SB-CEUs: 2.6 completed in MAY
sb ceus
SB-CEUs
  • All SB-CEU earned after January 1, 2010 will be awarded to educators and administrators via a Secure Central Registry (SCR). After a program ends, SB-CEU Coordinators upload eligible participants into the registry. Once uploaded, participants will receive an email directing them to the web address to complete a personal account in the SCR.
  • At this time, the requirement for your personal account will be a valid email address. In the near future, a Personal Identification Code (PIC) will also be required. Your PIC comes from your home district’s Human Resources Department.
  • After completion of the personal account, participants follow the instructions to complete a required evaluation of the offering. After the evaluation is completed, SB-CEUs will be awarded and listed on an unofficial transcript.
one common voice one plan michigan continuous school improvement stages and steps2
One Common Voice – One PlanMichigan Continuous School ImprovementStages and Steps

Study

Analyze Data

Set Goals

Set Measurable Objectives

Research Best Practice

stage four do step 10 monitor plan
Stage Four: DOStep 10: Monitor Plan

DO

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

FOCUS

so we ve written a stellar school improvement plan
So…we’ve written a stellar school improvement plan…

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

Overarching Questions

  • How do we know we’re implementing it?
  • How do we know the strategy is impacting student achievement?
slide36

The School Improvement Team’s role shifts from driving the process to helping determine the degree to which the strategies and activities are making a difference in student achievementand how to strengthen the various school improvement initiatives.

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

slide37

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

EVALUATE THE

IMPACT ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

(Summative)

DID IT WORK?

Implementation: Adult Focused

Impact: Student Focused

MONITOR

EVALUATE

MONITOR

EVALUATE

IS WHAT WE ARE DOING WORKING?

ARE WE SHOWING EVIDENCE OF STUDENT GROWTH?

WHAT INTERIM ADJUSTMENTS ARE SUGGESTED BY IMPLEMENTATION DATA? HOW MIGHT THESE ADJUSTMENTS AFFECT THE INTEGRITY OF THE RESULTS?

ARE STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES BEING IMPLEMENTED WITH FIDELITY?

ARE WE COLLECTING & USING STUDENT AND ADULT DATA TO MODIFY & ADJUST ONGOING IMPLEMENTATIO?

DID WE IMPLEMENTTHE PLAN/STRATEGIES CORRECTLY & CONSISTENTLY?

DID OUR STRATEGIES RESULT IN INCREASED STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT?

WHAT UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES (GOOD AND BAD) HAVE OCCURRED?

DID WE GIVE IT ENOUGH TIME?

ENOUGH RESOURCES?

MONITOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PLAN

(Formative)

IS IT WORKING?

slide38

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

EVALUATE THE

IMPACT ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

(Summative)

DID IT WORK?

Implementation: Adult Focused

Impact: Student Focused

MONITOR

EVALUATE

MONITOR

EVALUATE

IS WHAT WE ARE DOING WORKING?

ARE WE SHOWING EVIDENCE OF STUDENT GROWTH?

WHAT INTERIM ADJUSTMENTS ARE SUGGESTED BY IMPLEMENTATION DATA? HOW MIGHT THESE ADJUSTMENTS AFFECT THE INTEGRITY OF THE RESULTS?

ARE STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES BEING IMPLEMENTED WITH FIDELITY?

ARE WE COLLECTING & USING STUDENT AND ADULT DATA TO MODIFY & ADJUST ONGOING IMPLEMENTATIO?

MONITORIMPLEMENTATION OF THE PLAN

(Formative)

IS IT WORKING?

just do it
Just Do IT!

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

Adult Focused

Student Focused

Monitor Implementation

Evaluate Implementation

Monitor Impact

Evaluate Impact

assessment planner
Assessment Planner

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

TAB TWO Handout

Created by Dodie Raycraft at St. Joseph ISD and modified by Lisa Asaro for MISD

progress monitoring matrix
Progress Monitoring Matrix

Every 2 Months SNAPSHOT and Accounting

STRATEGY

  • Administrators will….
  • Teachers will…
  • Students will…
  • Baseline, Benchmark/Interim/Summative
school improvement monitoring template

TAB TEN Pamphlet

School Improvement MonitoringTEMPLATE

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

1

2

3

Pamphlet

Created by Lisa Guzzardo Asaro at Macomb ISD and Beth Brophy at Calhoun ISD

action steps after monitoring template

TAB TEN Pamphlet

Action Steps after Monitoring Template

Do

Implement Plan

Monitor Plan

Evaluate Plan

1

2

3

Pamphlet

Created by Lisa Guzzardo Asaro at Macomb ISD and Beth Brophy at Calhoun ISD

creating a culture of si
Creating a Culture of SI
  • AUGUST
  • PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES
  • ___ Complete School Improvement Plan and submit by September 1st
  • and post to school website
  • ___ Complete School Data Profile/Analysis and submit by September 1st
  • ___ Complete and post to school website Annual Education Report 15 days prior to school starting.
  • ___ Prepare to share School Improvement Plan at first faculty meeting
  • ___ Provide an orientation for the School Improvement Team to share roles and responsibility descriptions, decision making process and documentation tool and, and develop key working agreements.
  • ___ Review Professional Development Plan for alignment to SIP transmitted to MDE

Created by Jennifer Sabsook at Char-Am ISD, Scott Felkey at Oakland Schools, Beth Brophy at Calhoun ISD, and Lisa Guzzardo Asaro at Macomb ISD

stage one gather step 1 getting ready1
Stage One: GATHERStep 1: Getting Ready

GATHER

Getting Ready

Collect School Data

Build School Profile

FOCUS

one common voice one plan stage one gather step 2 collect school data

One Common Voice – One PlanStage One Gather:Step 2 Collect School Data

Demographic or Contextual Data

Describes our students, staff, building, and community

Achievement

Student

Outcome Data

How our students perform on local, state and federal assessments (subgroups)

Process

Data

The policies, procedures, and systems we have in place that define how we do business

Perception Data

Opinions of staff, parents, community and students regarding our school

TAB TWO

Definitions

  • What do you already know?
  • What data do you need to know?
  • What additional information/data do you need to know?
  • Where can the information/data be found?
2011 2012 approved cut scores
2011-2012 Approved Cut Scores

GATHER

Getting Ready

Collect School Data

Build School Profile

Stage One: Gather

Step 2: Collecting School Data

Presenter Dr. Harvey Czerwinski

  • New Cut Scores – http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/NEW_CUT_SCORES_365039_7.pdf
  • Cut Score FAQ – http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/New_Cut_Scores_FAQ_365040_7.pdf
data director d4ss mischooldata org
Data DirectorD4SSMISchooldata.org

GATHER

Getting Ready

Collect School Data

Build School Profile

Stage One: Gather

Step 2: Collecting School Data

Step 3: Build School Profile

Presenter Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore

  • Demonstration Video for the use of www.mischooldata.org to compare assessment data for a selected district to statewide results. The video is on a private link on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6Kkk91xWg4
new 2011 2012 cut scores
New 2011-2012 Cut Scores
  • Go to data4ss.org
  • click on Resources
  • scroll down to Presentations
  • click on last one on the list-
  • Template Supporting Local District New Scale Scores ppt.
network and team time
Network and Team Time
  • Monitoring School Improvement
  • School Responsive Scan
  • Network with Colleagues
  • Seek Assistance