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  1. Gauging school level implementation of common Core (SLICC) Laura Adams, Literacy Consultant Ken Davis, Mathematics Consultant Diana Kasbaum, Mathematics Consultant Barb Novak, Literacy Consultant

  2. Just Walking Through Isn’t Enough “Our survey results provide evidence that walkthroughs are principals’ primary source of information about teachers’ effectiveness. However, if they do not use these walkthroughs to support professional development or other human resource practices, the information they gather is unlikely to be beneficial.” Grissom & Loeb, p. 16

  3. Features of theImplementation Tool (ELA) Step 1. Observation Notes Step 2. Evidence • Indicators: • Engage in rigorous thinking authentic to the discipline • Engage in text-based work • Preparing for college and career readiness • Teacher Evidence and Student Evidence Step 3. Identify Content Area Focus • CCSS for English Language Arts

  4. Features of Walkthrough Tool • Step 1. Observation Notes • What do I notice? What do I wonder?

  5. Features of Walkthrough Tool • Step 2. Evidence • Document teacher and student evidence

  6. Unique and Significant Wisconsin Documents

  7. Guiding Principles for Teaching and Learning • Every student has the right to learn • Instruction must be rigorous and relevant • Purposeful assessment drives instruction and affects learning • Learning is a collaborative responsibility • Students bring strengths and experiences to learning • Responsive environments engage learners

  8. Foundations for ELA • English language arts is an integrated discipline • English language arts instruction builds an understanding of the human experience • Literacy is an evolving concept, and becoming literate is a lifelong process • Critical thinking and problem solving, communication, collaboration, and creativity are aspects of effective English language arts instruction and attributes of WI graduates • Literacy, language, and meaning are socially constructed and are enhanced by multiple perspectives

  9. Portrait of a Literate Student

  10. Features of Walkthrough Tool • Step 3. Content Area Focus • Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts

  11. Wisconsin Standards for English Language Arts

  12. Features of theImplementation Tool (ELA) Step 1. Observation Notes Step 2. Evidence • Indicators: • Engage in rigorous thinking authentic to the discipline • Engage in text-based work • Preparing for college and career readiness • Teacher Evidence and Student Evidence Step 3. Identify Content Area Focus • CCSS for English Language Arts

  13. Using the SLICC Tool

  14. Features of theImplementation Tool (Mathematics) Step 1. Observation Notes Step 2. Evidence • Indicators: • Teaching and Learning • Access and Equity • Formative Practices • Teacher Evidence and Student Evidence Step 3. Mathematical Practices • CCSS Standards for Mathematical Practice

  15. Features of Implementation Tool Step 1. Observation Notes - What do I notice? What do I wonder? Information about the problem students are working on solving.

  16. Features of the Implementation Tool Step 2. Visible Teacher and Student Evidence

  17. Wisconsin Guiding Principles for Teaching and Learning

  18. Wisconsin Guiding Principles for Teaching and Learning in a Mathematics Classroom

  19. Features of the Implementation Tool • Step 3: Identify Mathematical Practices • CCSSM Standards for Mathematical Practice

  20. The Standards for Mathematical Practice

  21. Organization of CCSSM Standards for Mathematical Practices

  22. Characteristics of a Mathematically Proficient Student

  23. Features of theImplementation Tool (Mathematics) Step 1. Observation Notes Step 2. Evidence • Indicators: • Teaching and Learning • Access and Equity • Formative Practices • Teacher Evidence and Student Evidence Step 3. Mathematical Practices • CCSS Standards for Mathematical Practice

  24. Using SLICC Tool

  25. Tell Us What You Think