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  1. NC Arts Education Coordinators Lisa Pearce, Host Associate Professor of Art, Director of Art Education Program, Meredith College

  2. Introductions

  3. Arts Education CoordinatorsNCDPI and NCDCR UpdateOctober 3, 2013Meredith College, Raleigh

  4. Ann Marie GunterWorld Languages ConsultantAnn.gunter@dpi.nc.gov919-807-3865 NCDPI Presenters Christie Lynch Ebert Section Chief, K-12 Programs Arts Education (Dance and Music) and NCDPI Liaison to the A+ Schools Program christie.lynchebert@dpi.nc.gov 919-807-3856 Slater Mapp Arts Education Consultant (Theatre Arts and Visual Arts) slater.mapp@dpi.nc.gov 919-807-3758

  5. Celebrating NC’s Accomplishments READY Animation

  6. NC Public Schools and You

  7. In today’s globally competitive world, innovative thinking and creativity are essential for all school children. High quality, standards-based instruction in the arts develops these skills and effectively engages, retains, and prepares future-ready students for graduation and success in an entrepreneurial economy. Dance, music, theatre arts, and visual arts, taught by licensed arts educators and integrated throughout the curriculum, are critical to North Carolina’s 21st century education. Vision for Arts Education

  8. Comprehensive Arts Education

  9. State of the Arts:North Carolina

  10. 2011-12 Enrollment in Arts Education Courses, K-12 Dance 3.2% Music 64.2% Theatre Arts 5.7% Visual Arts 52.4% All Arts 126.4%

  11. Licensed Arts Educators in NC 2012 data = apprx. 5400 licensed teachers

  12. Pit Stop • What does Comprehensive Arts Education look like in your school system or charter school? • What components are going well? • What components could be strengthened?

  13. NC Arts Education Wiki http://ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/

  14. NCDPI Arts Education Listserv join-artsed@lists.dpi.state.nc.us

  15. StateUpdates

  16. Educator Effectiveness Visit www.ncpublicschools.org/effectiveness-modelto learn more More Info: Jennifer DeNeal EducatorEffectiveness@ dpi.nc.gov

  17. NC Educator Evaluation System Overview of Standard 6 Teachers 1 2 3 4 5 6 Contribute to Academic Success Demonstrate Leadership Establish Environment KnowContent Facilitate Learning Reflect on Practice 3 Rating Categories 5 Rating Categories Not Demonstrated Developing Proficient Accomplished Distinguished Does Not Meet Expected Growth Meets Expected Growth Exceeds Expected Growth

  18. Analysis of Student Work Process Overview of Standard 6 6 End of Grade (EOG) or End of Course (EOC) tests 6 Career Technical Education Assessment 6 6 Contribute to Academic Success NC Final Exams 6 Grade 3 6 K-2 Literacy 6 Analysis of Student Work

  19. Analysis of Student Work Process Overview of Standard 6 1 2 3 4 5 Establish Environment KnowContent Facilitate Learning Demonstrate Leadership Reflect on Practice Standards 1-5In the year Proficient or Higher on Standards1-5 Any rating lower than proficient Accomplishedor Higher on Standards1-5 And/Or And And Standard 6Three-year rolling average Does Not Meet Expected Growth Meets or Exceeds Expected Growth Exceeds Expected Growth ) / 3 ) 6 6 6 + + 2 years ago 1 year ago Current year

  20. Analysis of Student Work Process In the proposed ASW process, teachers: • Describe teaching context and choose five Objectives • Compile a Timelapse Artifact for each Objective • Complete and upload an Evidence Collection • Submit the Evidence Collection for “blind” review • Receive a category rating for Standard 6 TA 1 2 Work Samples TA 2 2 Work Samples EVIDENCE COLLECTION TA 3 2 Work Samples TA 4 2 Work Samples TA 5 2 Work Samples

  21. Analysis of Student Work Process Spring 2014 Pilot planned with educators from: Original Pilot Areas International Baccalaureate Arts Education Healthful Living World Languages Advanced Placement Memo Concerning Standard 6 to Superintendents from Rebecca Garland (September 17, 2013)

  22. Proposed ASW Timeline Analysis of Student Work Process ASW Process Refinement Application Window Online Platform Development Initial Pilot Training Official Pilot Launch Content-Specific Training Reviewer Training Evaluation Window Pilot Wrap-up Fall 2013 Spring 2014 ASW Process Year 1 Implementation: 2014-2015

  23. Recent Developments • September 17, 2013 Memo to Superintendents • October SBE Meeting • 21st Century Professionals Information Item • TCP-3 Analysis of Student Work Process • TCP-3-006 • larger pilot for Spring 2014 to include original areas + AP/IB • Visit: ncpublicschools.org and click on “State Board of Education”

  24. Resources • Pilot Application – expected October 2013 (Teacher and Reviewer roles) • Updated materials from SI 2013 • TimeLapse Artifact Activity • Stay tuned to the listserv for updates as the process evolves

  25. Questions Jennifer DeNeal Race to the Top Project Coordinator for Educator Effectiveness North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Have a question about educator effectiveness?  Email educatoreffectiveness@dpi.nc.gov

  26. Pit Stop • Will teachers participate in the pilot for Standard 6 in your District or charter school? • How is HomeBase working in your district or charter school? • What questions do you have?

  27. RESAS and Summer Institutes 2013

  28. North Carolina Summer Institutes Learning Path 2013 2011 2012 Summer Institutes Summer Institutes Summer Institutes IMPROVING PRACTICE WHAT HOW Focus: Planning how instruction needs to change Focus: Reflecting, adjusting and improving after year one of implementation Focus: Internalizing a new SCOS Essential Standards

  29. Focus: Artistic Literacy and Proficiency in the Arts

  30. What is Literacy?

  31. 21st Century Literacy “Adolescents entering the adult world in the 21st century will read and write more than at any other time in human history. They will need advanced levels of literacy to perform their jobs, run their households, act as citizens, and conduct their personal lives. They will need literacy to cope with the flood of information they will find everywhere they turn. They will need literacy to feed their imaginations so they can create the world of the future.”(IRA: Adolescent Literacy: A Position Statement)

  32. P21 Framework for 21st Century Skills P21 website: http://www.p21.org/

  33. Artistic Literacy • What is artistic literacy?

  34. Artistic literacy is the knowledge and understanding required to participate authentically in the arts. • Fluency in the language(s) of the arts is the ability to create, perform/produce/present, respond, and connect through symbolic and metaphoric forms that are unique to the arts. • It is embodied in specific philosophical foundations and lifelong goals that enable an artistically literate person to transfer arts knowledge, skills, and capacities to other subjects, settings, and contexts. (January 2013 – National Coalition for Core Arts Standards Framework)

  35. Literacy in the Essential Standards

  36. (January 2013 – National Coalition for Core Arts Standards Framework)

  37. Proficiency: Arts Education

  38. Sequencing

  39. High School Proficiency Levels

  40. High School Sequencing

  41. Limited or No Experience in the Arts A S S E S S M E N T

  42. Complete K-8 Progression A S S E S S M E N T

  43. High School Options • Electives Requirements (Future-Ready Core) – 6 • Electives requirements (NC Scholars) • Interest or specializations • 4-unit Concentrations

  44. Pit Stop • What practices are currently being used to assess proficiency and place students appropriately in your district or charter school? • How could these practices be improved?

  45. Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects

  46. Shared Expectation “The Standardsinsist that instruction in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language be a shared responsibility within the school. . . . .” From the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects, pg. 4

  47. CCSS Standards Supplement Content Standards • The intent of the standards is to supplement, not replacediscipline-specific standards. (CCSS Introduction, Page 3)

  48. Definition of Technical Subjects • “A course devoted to a practical study, such as engineering, technology, design, business, or other work-force-related subject; a technical aspect of a wider field of study, such as art or music." From Appendix A of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects, (pg. 43)