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  1. Check-in & Preparation ASW Wiki http://ncasw.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/ has today’s materials posted under ASW Professional Development on the Summer RESA Sessions page. Direct link:http://ncasw.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Summer+2014+RESAs 1. Review the agenda 2. Access our materials for today, either at your table or online

  2. DPI ASW August 2014 Training

  3. Welcome & Introductions

  4. Introductions: ASW Team

  5. Introductions from Tables Team lead will share: • Name of District/Charter • Name and role of each team member: • Arts Education • AP/IB • Healthful Living • World Languages • District/School Administrator

  6. Welcome: Agenda ASW 101 Wiki Walkabout Online Platform Tour Choosing ObjectivesActivity Gallery Walk of District/Charter Training Plans Wrap-up

  7. Welcome: ASW Questions Please use post-its notes to capture your questions today, individually and from your team. Periodically, your table will compile the questions, andunanswered ones from that section will be addressed.

  8. August 2014 Training Bathrooms

  9. August 2014 Training Breaks Begin and End On Time Lunch

  10. August 2014 Training Take care of your own needs

  11. August 2014 Training Please switch cell phones to “vibrate” or silent

  12. August 2014 Training Limit Sidebar conversations

  13. August 2014 Training Know when to step up and when to step back

  14. August 2014 Training Work Together Your team will train educators on the ASW Process and serve as the local points of contact for the ASW Process during 2014-2015.

  15. Activity: Team Socrative Quiz Have 1 - 5 team member(s) access the Internet . . . Go to: m.socrative.com Join Room: 942133

  16. Activity: Team Socrative Quiz Go to: m.socrative.comRoom: 942133 What was the most fun over the summer? • Beach vacation • Mountain retreat • Staycation • Trip abroad • Vegas rules…can’t tell

  17. Activity: Team Socrative Quiz Go to: m.socrative.comRoom: 942133 Are you ready for school to start? • Yes! • It already started. • Sure, we’re game. • We will be when it’s time. • Wait . . . school’s starting?

  18. Activity: Team Socrative Quiz Room: 942133 Were you involved in the ASW pilot(s)? • Yes, some team members here today were pilot participants. • Yes, educators in our district/charter were pilot participants. • Not sure. • No, but we understand the basics of ASW. • No, we’re all new to ASW.

  19. ASW 101

  20. Activity: ASW Process Timeline Sequencing Pull out the laminated pieces from the envelope on your table and place them in the correct order for the ASW Process.

  21. NC Professional Teaching Standards Standard I: Teachers demonstrate leadership. Standard II:Teachers establish a respectfulenvironmentfor a diverse populationof students. Standard III:Teachers know the content they teach. Standard IV:Teachers facilitate learning for their students. Standard V: Teachers reflect on their practice. Standard VI: Teachers contribute to the academic success of students.

  22. Effectiveness Status NC Educator Evaluation System Contribute to Academic Success 1 2 3 4 5 6 Demonstrate Leadership Establish Environment KnowContent Facilitate Learning Reflect on Practice 3 Rating Categories 5 Rating Categories Not Demonstrated Developing Proficient Accomplished Distinguished

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

  24. Analysis of Student Work In 2014-2015, ASW is the Standard 6 measure for teachers in Advanced Placement, Arts Education, Healthful Living, International Baccalaureate, and World Languages. Growth is based on student work submitted by teachers and rated by content experts in a “blind review” process. Contribute to Academic Success 6 Analysis of Student Work

  25. Principal’s Input Confirm Teacher Participation

  26. Overview: Analysis of Student Work ASW Process

  27. Overview: Analysis of Student Work ASW Process

  28. ASW Process: A Quick Guide

  29. Teaching Context • Screen shot

  30. Principal’s Input Principal receives a notification once a teacher’s schedule has been validated. The principal will then log into the Online Platform to confirm that the schedule is correct.

  31. Participation in ASW Processfor High School Teachers (60% rule) • If 60% of an educator’s classes* are in ASW subject areas, then the educator must participate in both ASW and any other Standard 6 measure covering the remaining classes. • If 60% of an educator’s classes* can be covered by an existing measure of student learning, then the teacher is not required to participate in ASW. *Please note that locally developed electives that do not follow the standards set forth in the NC Standard Course of Study are not included in the ASW Process.

  32. Participation in ASW Processfor High School Teachers (60% rule) • Class schedule composition: • English II EOC • Locally-developed class • Spanish I ASW • Spanish II ASW • Spanish III ASW • Spanish IV ASW • 6 classes • 4 divided by 6 = 67% 4 ASW classes Required to Participate in ASW

  33. Participation in ASW Processfor High School Teachers (60% rule) • Class schedule composition: • Math 1 EOC • Math 1 EOC • Math 1 EOC • AP Statistics ASW • AP Statistics ASW • AP Statistics ASW • 6 classes • 3 divided by 6 = 50% 3 ASW classes Not Required to Participate in ASW

  34. Participation in ASW Processfor K-8 Teachers (45 minute rule) • Educators who have 45 minutes per week scheduled with students in these content areas are required to participate in ASW. • Educators who do not have 45 minutes per week scheduled with students in these content areas are not required to participate in ASW. For educators who do not meet the requirements to participate in the ASW Process, the district may choose to opt in to the ASW Process for those educators. The decision to opt in for a group of educators must be a district-wide decision.

  35. Participation in ASW Processfor K-8 Teachers (45 minute rule) • Frequency and Duration of classes: • General Music – 4th Grade • Mon. Ms. DeNeal’s Class 40 mins. • Tues. Mr. Jenkins’ Class 40 mins. • Wed. Ms. DeNeal’s Class 40 mins. • Thurs. Mr. Jenkins’ Class 40 mins. • Fri. Plan 40 mins. Required to Participate in ASW 80 mins. Each class

  36. Participation in ASW Processfor K-8 Teachers (45 minute rule) • Frequency and Duration of classes: • K-5 Physical Education • Mon. Ms. DeNeal’s Class 30 mins. • Tues. Mr. Jenkins’ Class 30 mins. • Wed. Mrs. Gunter’s Class 30 mins. • Thurs. Mr. Mapp’s Class 30 mins. • Fri. Mr. Brooks’ Class 30 mins. Not Required to Participate in ASW 30 mins. Each class

  37. Teaching Context on Timeline September to early-mid October Teachers confirm and correct schedules.

  38. ASW Questions Have 1 person compile your post-it notes with questions from the previous section Listen carefully! Only unanswered questions will be addressed to save time . . .

  39. ASW Process: A Quick Guide

  40. Class Selection Beginning in 2014 – 2015, the online platform will select the classes in which the teacher must collect artifacts.

  41. Class & Objective Selection Mid-late October Online Platform selects classes, and then teachers can choose objectives. Note: Teachers who are on a semester schedule will have classes selected for 1st semester and then later 2nd semester.

  42. ASW Process: A Quick Guide

  43. Objective Selection • Objectives: • Using the Strands and Standards guidance charts, the teacher will choose 5 objectives.

  44. Principal’s Input Principal meets with the teacher to confirm that the 5 objectives chosen use the parameters in the Strands & Standards Guidance Chart Some examples of meetings: • PDPs • teacher meetings

  45. Class & Objective Selection Mid-late October Online Platform selects classes, and then teachers can choose objectives. Note: Teachers who are on a semester schedule will have classes selected for 1st semester and then later 2nd semester.

  46. ASW Process: A Quick Guide

  47. 5 Timelapse Artifacts • Teacher decisions needed to compile a Timelapse Artifact (TA): • A specific objective • Sample type • Individual Student • or • Whole Class • Collection Method • Samples from Point 1 and Point 2

  48. Sample Type • The Teacher may choose: • Option 1 – Individual Student Work Samples • Collect and keep 2 work • samples: • for each class member • for a specific objective • at 2 separate points in time • OR

  49. Sample Type • The Teacher may choose: • Option 2 – Whole Class Work Samples • 2 work samples that • represent the entire class • for a specificobjective • at 2 separate points in time

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