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Act 48+ Meeting. September 15, 2010. 2010 – 2011 Act 48+ Committee. Beverly Arbore Tommy Bedillion Mark Bonus Laurel Celani Sheryl Fleck Susan Flippin Linda Fulton Laura Jacob Erica Kolat Keith Kucherawy Rita Ross Heather Schmidt Megan Van Fossan.

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Act 48 meeting

Act 48+ Meeting

September 15, 2010


2010 2011 act 48 committee
2010 – 2011 Act 48+ Committee

  • Beverly Arbore

  • Tommy Bedillion

  • Mark Bonus

  • Laurel Celani

  • Sheryl Fleck

  • Susan Flippin

  • Linda Fulton

  • Laura Jacob

  • Erica Kolat

  • Keith Kucherawy

  • Rita Ross

  • Heather Schmidt

  • Megan Van Fossan



“Effective professional development enables educators to develop the knowledge and skills they need to address students’ learning challenges. To be effective, professional development requires thoughtful planning followed by careful implementation with feedback to ensure it responds to educators’ learning needs. Educators who participate in professional development then must put their new knowledge and skills to work. Professional development is not effective unless it causes teachers to improve their instruction or causes administrators to become better school leaders.”

Hayes Mizell, Why Professional Development Matters


High impact professional development
High Impact Professional Development

  • A focus on student learning

    • Link between student gains and specific teaching strategies

  • Rigorous measurement of adult decisions

    • Balance between student learning and adult practices

  • A focus on people and practices, not programs

    • Implementation, not program (What Works)

    • Doug Reeves, Transforming Professional Development into Student Results


It is practices and people not programs that make the difference in student achievement

“It is practices and people, not programs, that make the difference in student achievement.”


Law of initiative fatigue
Law of Initiative Fatigue difference in student achievement.”

  • Number of Initiatives increases

  • Time, resources, and energy stay same

  • Each new initiative receives fewer minutes, dollars, and ounces of emotional energy

  • Doug Reeves, Transforming Professional Development into Student Results


  • Act difference in student achievement.” 48 Window

  • Testing Calendar 2010 – 2011

    • Keystone Field Test & Operational Test

    • Classroom Diagnostic Tool

  • CARDMAN


Looking back
Looking Back … difference in student achievement.”

  • August 23, 2010

    • Opening Day Activities

    • Health and Safety

    • Confidentiality

    • AYP

    • ESL

    • Technology Update

    • EdInsight, Edline, AlertNow

  • August 24, 2010

    • Reading Apprenticeship

    • Windows 7

    • Office 2007

  • August 25, 2010

    • Clerical


Today s focus
Today’s Focus difference in student achievement.”

  • Strategic Plan Mid-Point Review

  • 2010 – 2011 Professional Development Needs and Planning


Academic standards and assessment report chapter 4
Academic Standards and Assessment Report (Chapter 4) difference in student achievement.”

  • Three Goals

    • Mandated Professional Development

      • CPR, Gifted Education, ESL

    • Meet or exceed AYP thresholds in the area of mathematics

      • Incorporate curriculum development cycle, use research-based instructional strategies, and implement specific procedures for teachers to utilize EdInsight to analyze student data

    • Meet or exceed AYP thresholds in the area of reading

      • Incorporate curriculum development cycle, use research-based instructional strategies, and implement specific procedures for teachers to utilize EdInsight to analyze student data


Mandated professional development
Mandated Professional Development difference in student achievement.”

  • CPR Certification and Recertification

    • One session, seven hours (Certification)

    • One session, three hours (Recertification)

  • Gifted Education Training

    • One session, two hours

  • ESL

    • Two sessions, two hours each


Mathematics
Mathematics difference in student achievement.”

  • Incorporate the Curriculum Development Cycle

    • Align district curriculum with PA Academic Standards, Assessment Anchors, and/or Common Core Standards (Six sessions, two hours each)

  • Use Research-Based Instructional Strategies

    • Design lessons including the effective elements of instruction in mathematics (two sessions, two hours each)

    • Incorporate differentiated instructional strategies in mathematics (four sessions, one hour each)


Reading
Reading difference in student achievement.”

  • Incorporate the Curriculum Development Cycle

    • Align district curriculum with PA Academic Standards, Assessment Anchors, and/or Common Core Standards (Six sessions, two hours each)

  • Use Research-Based Instructional Strategies

    • Design lessons including the effective elements of instruction in reading (two sessions, two hours each)

    • Incorporate differentiated instructional strategies in reading (four sessions, one hour each)

    • DIBELS Training (one session, one hour)

    • Expo (was reading, 2010-2011 Writing)

    • John Collins Writing Process (two sessions, three hours each)

    • Wilson Reading Program (one session, six hours)


Additional updates
Additional Updates difference in student achievement.”

  • Curriculum Development Cycle

    • Six-year cycle

    • Includes additional year of monitoring

  • Student data

  • Methods of assessment

  • Full-Day Kindergarten

  • Inclusive practices


Professional education report
Professional Education Report difference in student achievement.”

  • Student Academic Performance Data

  • Professional Development Needs Assessment Information


Act 48 reporting categories
Act 48 Reporting Categories difference in student achievement.”

  • Teaching and Learning Professional Development

    • Teaching Techniques and Strategies, School and Community Collaboration, OPEN Education (LSI Online), Interdisciplinary, Individualized Instruction, Behavioral Objectives/Discipline

  • Standards Area Curriculum and Assessment

    • Curriculum Development, Classroom Assessment, Data Analysis, Instructional Decision Making, Evaluation

  • Academic Content Areas

    • Art Education, Business, Civics and Government, Communication, Safety/Driver Education, Early Childhood, Economics, Elementary Education, English, Family and Consumer Scienc, eForeign Language, Geography, Health and Physical Education, History, Library Science, Mathematics, Music Education, Reading Specialist, Science, Special Education, Vocational Instructional Certification

  • Technology

    • Computer and Information Technology, Technology Education

  • Student Social and Health Issues

    • Drugs/Alcohol, CPR/First Aid, Guidance Counseling, School Nursing, Educational Specialist, Resiliency


2009 2010 pd needs assessment
2009 – 2010 PD Needs Assessment difference in student achievement.”


Ayp proficiency targets
AYP Proficiency Targets difference in student achievement.”


2009 2010 ayp summary
2009 – 2010 AYP Summary difference in student achievement.”


Pssa tn reading 2010
PSSA/TN Reading 2010 difference in student achievement.”

100%

91%

81%

72%

63%


Cohort data summary reading
Cohort Data Summary - Reading difference in student achievement.”

*The 12th grade proficiency level is determined by adding the number of students who met proficiency on the retest to their 11th grade cohort. The difference between 11th and 12th grades ranges from approximately three – ten percent.

**Data in grades K, 1, 2, 9, and 10 is collected from the TerraNova assessment. Data in grades 3 – 8 and 11 is collected from the PSSA. The numbers on this chart were collected from EdInsight, which may vary from actual data archives due to the recent transfer of data in the software program.


Pssa tn math 2010
PSSA/TN Math 2010 difference in student achievement.”

100%

89%

78%

67%

56%


Cohort data summary math
Cohort Data Summary - Math difference in student achievement.”

*The 12th grade proficiency level is determined by adding the number of students who met proficiency on the retest to their 11th grade cohort. The difference between 11th and 12th grades ranges from approximately one – five percent.

**Data in grades K, 1, 2, 9, and 10 is collected from the TerraNova assessment. Data in grades 3 – 8 and 11 is collected from the PSSA. The numbers on this chart were collected from EdInsight, which may vary from actual data archives due to the recent transfer of data in the software program.


Pssa writing 2010
PSSA Writing 2010 difference in student achievement.”


Cohort data summary writing
Cohort Data Summary - Writing difference in student achievement.”

*The 12th grade proficiency level is determined by adding the number of students who met proficiency on the retest to their 11th grade cohort.


Pssa science 2010
PSSA Science 2010 difference in student achievement.”


Cohort data summary science
Cohort Data Summary - Science difference in student achievement.”

*The 12th grade proficiency level is determined by adding the number of students who met proficiency on the retest to their 11th grade cohort.


2010 2011 in service
2010 – 2011 In-Service difference in student achievement.”


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