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i know how to mash the button
I know how to mash the button

Are you from the SOUTH?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Huh?
  • I can mash taters
feather peacock scale
feather : peacock :: scale :
  • shark
  • dolphin
  • bass
  • whale
robert eliz must be experts who have come to wiley to tell us what to do
Robert & Eliz must be experts who have come to Wiley to tell us what to do.
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree
educators need experts to tell them what to do
Educators need experts to tell them what to do.
  • Always
  • Sometimes
  • Occasionally
  • Never
what is an expert
What is an EXPERT?

Pronounced: “ex-spurt”

Ex:Former

Spurt:A drip under pressure

we re here today to
We’re Here Today to:
  • Start a conversation
  • Promote collaboration
  • Encourage the continuous improvement of your teams as you focus on learning and teaching that will lead to success for each student here
our assumptions
Our Assumptions:
  • You are working HARD to do what’s best for kids
  • You work in Professional Learning Teams
  • Student learning is your highest priority
  • You share your expertise within and outside of your team
  • This is a safe space to be candid & honest
  • Things aren’t always perfect
our level of depth today is
Our level of depth today is:
  • Water Skiing
  • Deep Diving

Not

i belong to a high functioning plc
I belong to a high functioning PLC
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree
factors that influence student achievement

Factors that Influence Student Achievement

  • Individually: SILENTLY
  • Consider the factors you believe most strongly influence
  • student achievement.
  • Write one idea per sticky note
  • Whole Table: QUIETLY
  • Combine all sticky notes on the table
  • Organize similar ideas in categories.
  • Label the categories.
  • Stack/combine like ideas.
  • Identify three major ideas that emerged.
slide12

What is your impact?

  • Factors that Influence Student Achievement
    • Observe
    • Influence
    • Control
importance of alignment
Importance of Alignment

Alignment is an even stronger predictor of student achievement on standardized tests than are socioeconomic status, gender, race, and teacher effect.

(Elmore & Rothman, 1999: Mitchell, 1998; Wishnick,1989)

alignment
Alignment
  • How do you know if it is missing?
  • When is the best time to plan for it?
slide16

The Professional Education Association

Identifies three unique dimensions of curriculum alignment.

slide17

Dimensions of Alignment

Content

Cognitive

Context

slide18

Content

Does the teacher teach and test the topics listed in the curriculum?

slide19

10

Words

Instruction

Card

Instruction

Card

Instruction

Card

Canine

Bread

Spoon

Tree

House

Flower

Death

Cloud

Basket

Magazine

follow your instructions
Follow Your Instructions

Please work independently

let s take a test
Let’s Take a Test

Please work independently

how many words did you list
How many words did you list?

Canine

Bread

Spoon

Tree

House

Flower

Death

Cloud

Basket

Magazine

different kinds of thinking
Different Kinds of Thinking

Rate each word on its pleasantness

1 = low

3 = high

Count the vowels in these words.

Memorize these words.

slide26

Cognitive Type

Do the students get to work and think at the level the curriculum prescribes?

slide28

Context

Are the parameters of the assessment reasonably similar to the parameters of the instruction?

how confident are you that your brownies will be good
How confident are you that your brownies will be good?
  • Extremely Unconfident
  • Somewhat Unconfident
  • Somewhat Confident
  • Extremely Confident
how confident are you that your brownies will be good1
How confident are you that your brownies will be good?
  • Extremely Unconfident
  • Somewhat Unconfident
  • Somewhat Confident
  • Extremely Confident
aligning instruction
Aligning Instruction
  • Content Standards
  • Curriculum Expectations
  • Instructional Objectives
  • Assessment Tasks
i have a general understanding of this thing called alignment
I have a general understanding of this thing called alignment
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree
i can see why aligning improves achievement
I can see why aligning improves achievement
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree
this is a topic we should explore more
This is a topic we should explore more
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree
i have some ideas where we could go from here
I have some ideas where we could go from here
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree
thank you
Thank You!

Robert Sox

Robert.Sox@dpi.nc.gov

Eliz Colbert

Eliz.Colbert@dpi.nc.gov