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  1. Using Data to Improve Instruction:Building on Models that Work Education Leaders Conference Council of Chief State School Officers St. Louis September 12-14, 2007

  2. Tools for Aligning Instruction, Standards, & Assessments Surveys of Enacted Curriculum Orientation for Educators

  3. Conference Objectives • Present & discuss: Strategies/designs/tools for using data to improve instruction– that have been applied with schools • Analyze findings/evidence about effectiveness of strategies/designs/tools, and discuss potential as model for others • Provide leadership training on how to implement and use data-driven approaches for improving instruction

  4. Panel of State Leaders: Policy to Practice Question— • How can States effectively integrate Education Improvement Initiatives with Use of Data? PANEL • Gene Wilhoit, CCSSO Executive Director, (Facilitator) • Gerald Zahorchak, Pennsylvania Secretary of Education • Susan Castillo, Oregon Superintendent of Education • Todd Flaherty, Rhode Island Department of Education • Sally Wherry, Minnesota Department of Education

  5. New members: Session topics • What is SEC? Why? How? -- RB • What Collaborative does; Tools --RB • How to use SEC data charts– Carolyn Karatzas • How to plan an SEC project – Diana Nunnaley • SEC online survey system/alignment – John Smithson

  6. New Member Orientation • What? … are the Survey of Enacted Curriculum tools? • How?… are data collected, analyzed, reported? • Why?… are SEC data useful to educators, leaders, researchers? • Now what?…how do we implement locally and lead the use of SEC in schools?

  7. STATE of • MissourA • MissourEE

  8. Surveys of Enacted Curriculum SEC State Collaborative Members Planning Meeting St. Louis September 11, 2007

  9. Rationale Standards Assessment Curriculum

  10. Applications • Alignment analysis --instruction, standards, assessments • Instructional improvement in schools • Needs assessment/ Evaluation • Indicators – monitoring change over time

  11. Multi-State Collaborative • Build Knowledge of leaders • Share Strategies • Produce joint products, tools

  12. SEC Collaborative Members 2007-08 • Delaware • Idaho • Illinois • Indiana • Iowa • Kansas • Maine • Michigan • •Mississippi • • Montana • • Ohio • Oklahoma • Oregon • Wisconsin • • Vermont* • • Minnesota*

  13. Social Studies SEC Development 2005-2007 • Arizona • Delaware • Idaho • Maine • •Ohio • •Oregon • •Vermont • •Wisconsin • • Minnesota • • Nevada •U of Wis-WCER • NCSS • Civics Education •National Geographic •GENIP •NCEE •CCSSO

  14. SEC Collaborating Organizations • Council of Chief State School Officers www.SECsurvey.org • Wisconsin Center for Education Research www.SEConline.org • Learning Point Associates/NCREL www.SECsupport.org • TERC Regional Alliance DEC Project www.ra.terc.edu/DEC

  15. SEC Collaborative offers • Core Components of SEC tools/services • Surveys with teachers – report instruction • Alignment analysis – content code standards and assessments • How to use Data – knowledge, skills 4) Leader development – 2-3 meetings/yr • In-state workshops: a) orientation b) use of data

  16. SEC Collaborative States, Districts CCSSO – SEC Collaborative Management Rolf Blank, Carlise Smith WCER – Surveys, Reporting, Alignment analysis John Smithson, Alissa Minor, Eric Osthoff Training & Technical Assistance Carolyn Karatzas, Consultant, CCSSO Diana Nunnaley, TERC Gary Money, Maren Harris, Learning Point Associates Lani Seikaly, Hillstreet & Main Jennifer Unger, The Groupworks Michael Erhlinghaus, Measured Progress

  17. SEC by the Numbers: ’06-07 10,393 SEC Surveys 06-07 4674 Math 1993 Science 3646 ELAR 80 Soc Stud 131 Standards/Assess. Content analysis 1000 est. schools--Data use

  18. SEC by the Numbers (2) • By Comparison 1996 207 Science Teachers (5 states) 1999 626 M/S Teachers (11 states) 2005 5,414 E, M, S teachers 2006 10,200 E, M, S teachers 2007 10,400 E, M, S, SSt (27 states)

  19. SEC Collaborative How SEC Collaborative works for members • Training and Assistance to project leaders • Project Planning w/ budget– meet local objectives • Each state/district makes decisions on services & project plan • Multi-state benefits of collaborative e.g., learning from experience, sharing ideas, training

  20. Accomplishments06-07SEC Collaborative • In-state Leader workshops, Project Planning • PPTs for Orientation, Survey Admin, Data use • Leader Development Standards document • Website revisions, improvements (SECsurvey.org; SEConline.org) • E.g., State Projects, All Alignment results, Report generator

  21. More AccomplishmentsSEC Collaborative • “Using Data to Improve Instruction” Boulder, CO conference – 200 leaders, 32 sessions (30 states) • Social Studies Survey development – • 10 states, 5 prof. orgs., • NAEP Alignment analysis – 2007 Math items • Research/evaluation: • MSP study of professional development– multi-site study • Ohio case study of district/school implementation of SEC • Follow-up data tool –to track school level data • Validity study—longitudinal data for teachers and students • Ohio reading study • John demonstrated SEC comparisons in Feb 07

  22. Goals SEC 06-07 • State/local projects—From pilots to broad application, local leadership training • Integrate SEC tools/data with Improvement Initiatives, especially data-driven • Research/Evaluation --Broader use of Surveys, Alignment • Assist States in planning with Service delivery agencies; SEC team with CACs & Labs • Social Studies SEC complete & implement

  23. Key Question -- SEC ToolsResearch into Practice • How can Educators obtain reliable, valid data to determine Alignment of instruction with required standards and assessments?

  24. Survey Sections • Instructional Readiness • Teacher Opinions • Professional Development • Types, Frequency • Content , Active, • Collegial, Coherence • Instructional Content • Topic x Cog. Demand • School & Class Description • Instructional Activities • General • Problem Solving Activities • Pairs & Small Group Work • Use of Hands-on Materials • Use of Calculators/Computers & other Ed. Tech. • Assessment Use • Instructional Influences

  25. Steps in SEC Development • R&D studies curriculum-- Early ‘90s • Models:TIMSS, NAEP, Analyze assessment • OTL interest of States, Porter/ Smithson research, CCSSO Science Assessment project • State collaborative –Develop surveys-’98-’01 (NSF) 11-State field study, Reports, Alignment, USI • Use of data experiment – DEC (NSF/ROLE:‘01-04) • Evaluation: MSP RETA PD Study (‘02 – 05, NSF) • English/ Language Arts survey (‘03 – 04) • Current projects: 15 States, 4 Districts, 5 MSPs

  26. Questions Addressed by SEC Data • How can in-depth data on content of instruction be collected and reported–not topic checklists, to analyze teaching content in relation to standards, assessments, achievement? • How can methods of teaching practices be compared across classrooms, schools, districts, and states? • How can enacted curriculum data be reported in a manner to encourage use by teachers to improve instruction?

  27. MSP PD Study Sites Brockport/Rochester – SUNY Cleveland Municipal SD Corpus Christi – AIMS - TX A&M El Paso – UTEP State MSPs: ID, IL, OR, OK, ME, MT NSF MSPs: Boston NJ MSP -- 12 districts NC MSP -- 17 districts SW PA MSP SCALE – Los Angeles

  28. Key Education Questions (cont’d) • How can we measure the effects of standards-based initiatives on instructional practices and curriculum in classrooms? • How can we analyze effectiveness of professional development on changes in teachers’ instructional practices? (i.e. determine the quality of professional development)

  29. What if… [for Intro of SEC to Educators] You could use data on instructional quality and content to guide professional development? You could have consistency across grade levels? You could know how well aligned your state standards were to the state assessment? You could compare how you teach content compared to how others across the nation teach? You could use anonymous teacher data to start a powerful school discussion about what the teacher needs are?

  30. Content Matrix

  31. Science content matrix

  32. Content Maps

  33. A neutral content grid with cognitive demand Surveys of Enacted Curriculum The intended curriculum: State content standards—What students should learn The assessed curriculum: State (and other) assessments—tested learning The learned curriculum: Student outcomes based on school learning The enacted curriculum: What teachers teach

  34. The Enacted Curriculum

  35. SEC Websites • CCSSO, SEC Collaborative www.SECsurvey.org WCER, SEC Online Survey and Reports www.SEConline.org