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Michigan School Improvement Framework. The Challenge…. Provide a comprehensive framework based on current research and best practice to serve as a road map to support continuous school improvement. The Challenge….

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the challenge
The Challenge…
  • Provide a comprehensive framework based on current research and best practice to serve as a road map to support continuous school improvement.
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The Challenge…
  • Develop a framework that is based on research yet can be individualized to support the unique needs of each school.
the challenge4
The Challenge…
  • Provide the educational community with a common school improvement dialogue and vocabulary.
the challenge5
The Challenge…
  • Serve as a conceptual foundation to guide our thinking and action regarding school improvement.
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The Challenge…
  • Develop a set of standards through which our work is filtered and/or designed
    • Professional Development
    • Technical Support and Program Development
    • Grant Criteria
    • Accreditation – Performance Indicators
criteria for si framework
Criteria for SI Framework
  • Build on current performance Indicators
  • Easy to Understand and User Friendly
  • Focused on Student Achievement
  • Measurable
  • Self-sufficient/Stand Alone
criteria continued
Criteria continued…
  • Aligned - NCLB, Research, State/Federal Programs, NCA, PA 25, existing Performance Indicators
  • Address triple purpose:
    • feedback and guidance,
    • guideposts for our work, and
    • internal accountability
overview of workgroup process
Overview of Workgroup Process
  • Convened 60 educators (July ‘04)
  • Reviewed current EdYES! Performance

Indicators

  • Reviewed the literature on school improvement
  • Cross-referenced research – search for common elements
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Overview of Workgroup Process
  • Developed a “School Improvement Framework” as a curriculum – strands, standards, benchmarks, criteria, rubrics
  • OSI develops framework; OEAA develops measurements
  • Cross reference Framework with Continuous Improvement Monitoring System (CIMS)
  • State Board Final Approval (Dec ’05)
si framework structure
SI Framework Structure

Strand– General Area of Focus

Standard- Category of Influence within the Strand

Benchmark - Specific Area of Performance within a Standard

Key Characteristics – Examples of the Benchmark statements

Evidence- Hard and/or soft data that provides evidence of Benchmark performance.

the si framework

Prioritize

The SI Framework

5 Strands

12 Standards

Prioritize

26 Benchmarks

Key Characteristics

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The 5 Strands

Strand I - TEACHING for LEARNING

Strand II – LEADERSHIP

Strand V - DATA & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Strand III - PERSONNEL & PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Strand IV – SCHOOL & COMMUNITY RELATIONS

rubric intent
Rubric Intent
  • Further defines and gives meaning to the School Improvement Framework.
  • Helps to visualize a “continuum of practice.”
  • Facilitates a conversation based upon a common language.
  • Promotes self-assessment of current level of implementation.
rubric intent cont
Rubric Intent Cont.
  • Provides a description of the next level of success.
  • Describes exemplary practice.
  • Suggests sources of documentation to validate level of implementation.
  • Serve as a foundation for the replacement of the current EdYES performance indicators.
the si rubrics
The SI Rubrics

5 Strands

12 Standards

26 Benchmarks

Key Characteristics

conversation
Conversation

Using the Framework and Rubric handouts,

  • Review Strand IV, Standard 2, Benchmark B – Engagement (page 12 of Framework)
  • Discuss the activities that you currently have in place that would address the Key Characteristics under 1-4
  • Discuss how your school might rate itself on the rubric scope of practice for each of the Characteristic/Key Attributes listed ( pages 75-78 of rubrics)
documents available online
Documents Available Online
  • The School Improvement Framework, Rubrics, this PowerPoint, and other resources are available online at:

www.mi.gov/osi

or at

www.mi.gov/schoolimprovement

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Contact Information

  • Dr. Yvonne Caamal Canul, Director

Office of School Improvement

Canuly@michigan.gov

  • Linda Forward, Supervisor

Office of School Improvement

ForwardL@michigan.gov

  • Linda Kent, Project Coordinator

Office of School Improvement

KentL2@michigan.gov