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YouTube Media. Executive Director’s Report Current Initiatives and Activities at MAISA. William Miller, Ph.D. Statewide Initiatives Supported by MAISA. Early Childhood Policy and Funding Changes M ichigan I nnovation N etwork for the D evelopment of Post Secondary Success

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statewide initiatives supported by maisa
Statewide Initiatives Supported by MAISA
  • Early Childhood Policy and Funding Changes
  • Michigan Innovation Network for the Development of Post Secondary Success
  • Regional Data Initiative- 5,4,3,2,1 (Title II d)
  • MI Excel Title I Grant
    • ISDs eligible for regional assistance grants
  • I3 Grant Application
    • Balanced Leadership /evaluation models
  • MAISA/MDE Partnership on Joint Initiatives - DTDL
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Regional Data Initiatives

5,4,3,2,1

5. Broadband Merit Network and 1 to 1 Devices (Cisco, Intel, Google, Apple- public /private partnerships)

4. Teacher Preparation for New Models of Blended Learning

3. Consolidation of Business, Data and Technology Services

2. Online Digital Content and Assessments

1. 21st Century Instructional Models

michigan innovation network for the development of post secondary success
Michigan Innovation Network for the Development of Post-Secondary Success
  • Purpose:

To create a leadership network to identify, promote and scale innovative, evidence-based practices in education for the 21st century and beyond.

mind network coordinating partners
MIND Network Coordinating Partners
  • Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators
  • Network members, MCAN, IgniteED, MEMCA, IB, W-A-Y Programming
  • REMC Association
  • Private / Public partnerships being designed with Apple, Intel, Cisco and other Technology Providers
the network partners
The Network Partners

Michigan Early/Middle College Association

Chery Wagonlander, Director

cwagonla@geneseeisd.org

25 sites in partnership with

community colleges and 4 year

universities. Affiliate Member of

the National Consortium for Early

Middle College Network.

MEMCA provides professional development,

credentialing, & conducts research

in partnership with NCREST,

Columbia College, NY.

michigan college access network
Michigan College Access Network

Michigan College

Access Network (MCAN)

Brandy Johnson, Director

brandy@micollegeaccess.org

MCAN’s goal is to increase the proportion of Michigan Residents with college degrees or high quality credentials by 60% by the year 2025. MCAN supports the creation, expansion, and sustainability of high-quality, community-based college access strategies.

michigan department of education
Michigan Department of Education
  • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) is one of the cornerstones of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). A  Title I school that is identified for school improvement, corrective action, or restructuring because it did not meet the AYP proficiency goals in mathematics and/or reading receives services through MI Excel, the Michigan Statewide System of Support. MI Excel schools receive support from the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) and its partners to build capacity in order to increase student achievement and exit improvement status.

Re-Imagine Districts

  • 14 school districts in partnership with MDE to redesign programming PK-14.
  • Online, blended and project-based learning.

A  Title I  school that is identified for school improvement, corrective action, or restructuring because it did not meet the AYP proficiency goals in mathematics and/or reading receives services through MI Excel.

the new tech approach
The New Tech Approach
  • We combine best practices to bring about systemic change.
  • Our model is based on three core elements:
    • Culture that empowers
    • Teaching that engages
    • Technology that enables
  • We recognize the identity of individual schools and the power of a network.

New Tech High, IgnitEDNetwork

Holly Heaviland, Director

hheavila@wash.k12.mi.us

11 sites in Michigan working together to create small learning communities based on project-based learning, 1 to 1 computing.

21 st century learning environments1
21st Century Learning Environments
  • The need for internet ready devices and adequate internet broadband
  • Work with Mich. Department of Technology, Management and Budget to build infrastructure
  • Design, implement and scale on line, blended
what constitutes an innovative 21 st century education initiative
What constitutes an innovative 21st century education initiative?

Customized

Each student has a personalized

plan based on skills and

personal goals. Students

progress through the curriculum

as quickly as they are

able, taking additional time

as needed. These school

sites often serve a maximum

of 600 students each; some are much smaller.

project based learning pbl
Project-Based Learning (PBL)
  • Project Launch
  • Entry Document or Event
  • Know/Need to Know
  • Group Planning and Creation of Contract
  • Student Research and Investigation
  • Guided Activities and Direct Instruction (e.g., workshops)
  • Creation and [typically] Presentation of a Product
  • Analysis and Reflection
what constitutes an innovative 21 st century education endeavor
What constitutes an innovative 21st century education endeavor?

Technology-Infused

Each student has access to

the technology needed to

be literate in the systems

that will be used upon

entrance into college,

technical training, or work.

what constitutes an innovative 21 st century education endeavor1
What constitutes an innovative 21st century education endeavor?

Collaborative

These options feature a

partnership of local school

districts with support from MDE, MAISA, higher education, MCAN, MEMCA, businesses and other

community partners

who have a commitment

to demonstrating

entrepreneurship,

Innovation, and creativity.

what constitutes an innovative 21 st century education endeavor2
What constitutes an innovative 21st century education endeavor?

Skill Based

Each student is assessed on, and credit is awarded for, mastery of the

Michigan Curriculum

Standards, not the amount

of seat time in a class. College

and Career Readiness, including

benchmark assessments, are the

external measures. 21st century skills

are explicitly embedded.

what constitutes an innovative 21 st century education endeavor3
What constitutes an innovative 21st century education endeavor?

Choice & Equity

Networks are open to all

students for collaborating

districts. Enrollment

limits are addressed

through a lottery that

assures representation

of the community by

ethnicity, race, gender, and

socio-economic class, if needed.