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Title: Introduction to Surveys of Enacted Curriculum Presentation: Introduce SEC to Educators


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Introduction to Surveys of Enacted
Curriculum Presentation Introduce SEC to
Educators
  • Enter place and date

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Think for a moment about the curriculum
work in your school or district
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What are the SEC?
  • Practical, reliable set of data collection tools
    used by teachers
  • Online web-based surveys in Mathematics, English
    Language Arts, and Science
  • Group data that is reported in user-friendly
    charts
  • Assists in Facilitating group discussions for
    observed differences across classrooms, schools
    and districts

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Click to add your state
  • Add your state purpose here and important dates

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Alignment as a Systemic Tool
Curriculum
Classroom Content
Alignment
Assessments
Standards
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SEC History Lesson
  • The Surveys of Enacted Curriculum (SEC)
    Collaborative Project was initiated in 1998 in
    Mathematics and Science.
  • Over the past six years the Council of Chief
    State School Officers (CCSSO) and their partners
    have worked with states to implement the SEC
    tools for data collection, analysis, and
    reporting.

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History (continued)
  • In 2003, CCSSO working with state specialists,
    Learning Point Associates (LPA) and the
    Wisconsin Center for Educational Research (WCER),
    developed an English Language Arts and Reading
    survey.
  • Surveys are available K-12 for Mathematics,
    Science, and English Language Arts and Reading.

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Steps in SEC Development
  • Research on course content, Porter/Smithson,
    early 90s
  • Surveys TIMSS, NAEP, Weiss/Nat S/M Survey 
  • States development of content standards, mid '90s
  • CCSSO Science Assessment project--Opportunity to
    Learn items
  • State Collaborative 11 states '98-'01 (NSF
    grant) Development of SEC Survey models in M/S,
    Alignment analysis
  • Use of SEC data in PD, experimental design study,
    40 urban middle schools, '01-04
  • English Language Arts/reading survey, developed
    '02-04 
  • Evaluation of PD study 5 M/S Partnerships/NSF,
    '02 05
  • Current projects 18 States, 4 Districts, 5 MSPs

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SEC Research
  • www.ccsso.org/SEC/products

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What if
  • there was a powerful tool that compared
    teachers reflected instructional practices to
    other teachers across a school, district or the
    nation?
  • a powerful tool compared teachers reflections
    of content instruction to state standards,
    benchmarks and assessments?
  • you could start powerful school discussions
    about teachers curricular and professional
    development needs based on data, observed
    differences between student achievement scores
    and schools curriculum?

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Education Improvement Questions
  • Collecting Data How can in-depth subject content
    data be collected -not simple topic checklists-
    to analyze teaching content in relation to
    curriculum goals, standards, or assessments?
  • Analyzing Data How can methods of teaching/
    practices be compared across classrooms, schools,
    districts, and states?
  • Using Data And, how can the data then be used to
    improve instruction toward standards?
  • Source Maine SEC Project PPT, 2004

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Enacted (3rd Grade Teacher Reports)
Intended (3rd Grade Math Indicators)
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Enacted (3rd Grade Teacher Reports)
Intended (3rd Grade Math Indicators)
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Intended (3-4 Math Benchmarks)
Assessed (3rd Grade Math Achievement Test)
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Enacted (9th Grade Teacher Reports)
Intended (9th Grade Indicators)
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Reading First 3rd Grade Teachers
Random Sample 3rd Grade Teachers
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SEC Project Planning Guide
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Take a Guided Tour
  • www.seconline.org

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Taking the Online Survey
  • Approximately 60-90 minutes to complete
  • May be completed in multiple sittings
  • Data is saved as each section is submitted

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SEC Home Page
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Registration
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Username and Password Confidentiality
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User Information Agreement
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SEC Survey Selection
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Reminders to Teachers
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Survey Menu
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Survey Instruments Teachers
  • Teacher Characteristics
  • Teacher Readiness
  • Professional Development Experiences
  • Influences on Curriculum
  • Teacher Beliefs
  • Class Description
  • Source CCSSO- PPT An introduction to
    Understanding and Assessing SEC Data, 2005

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School and Class Description
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ELA Content Sections
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Math Content Sections
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Survey Instrument Alignment
  • Subject Content
  • Student Specific Topics
  • Time Spent on Topic
  • Student Expectations

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Instructional Content Part 1
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Instructional Content Part 2
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Taking a look at the survey Items
  • Please take the next 10 minutes to read through
    some of the questions in each Instructional
    Content section of the survey. Record any
    questions you have, and we will address them to
    the entire group at the end of this time.

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Instructional Practices- Math
  • Use of Homework
  • Problem-Solving Activities
  • Small Group Work
  • Educational Technology
  • Teacher Opinions and Beliefs
  • Professional Development
  • Instructional Influences
  • Instructional Readiness

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Instructional Practices- ELA
  • Use of Homework
  • Instructional Activities
  • Small Group Work
  • Educational Technology
  • Teacher Opinions and Beliefs
  • Professional Development
  • Instructional Influences
  • Instructional Readiness

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Instructional Practice
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Taking a look at the survey Items
  • Please take the next 10 minutes to read through
    some of the questions in each Instructional
    Practice section of the survey. Record any
    questions you have, and we will address them to
    the entire group at the end of this time.

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Report Generator
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Report Generator - Submit
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Documents Standards and Assessments
  • Add state documents that have been content
    analyzed

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DataSurvey Output
  • Reports on three (3) or more teachers only
  • Currently there are three types of data displays
  • Instructional Content
  • 1. Contour Maps
  • 2. Tile Charts
  • Instructional Practice
  • 3. Floating Bar Charts

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Contour MapInstruction Content-Mathematics
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Contour Map-ELA
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Tile Chart- ELA
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Tile ChartInstructional Content Mathematics
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Floating Bar ChartInstructional Practice ELA
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Floating Bar ChartInstructional Practice Math
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And so you just threw everything together?
Mathews, a posse is something you have to
organize.
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Applications for K-12 Education
  • Aligning standards, assessments and curriculum
  • Improvement of instruction
  • Interpreting student assessment results
  • Needs assessment and program evaluation
  • Indicators system for monitoring progress

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Whats Required of Teachers
  • Sharing
  • Bring information about your instruction
  • Time
  • Survey administered by trained leader
  • 1-2 hours
  • Planning
  • Schedule over year, meetings, etc.
  • Next Steps
  • Source Maine SEC project PPT, 2004

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  • Regardless of what a state policy requires or
    what a district curriculum spells out, says
    Andrew C. Porter of Vanderbilt University, the
    classroom teacher ultimately decides what to
    teach.
  • Education Week, October 8, 2003
  • Source Maine SEC project PPT, 2004

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Planning Guide Steps 4-7
  • Take a few minutes, read over the planning
    strategies and discuss them with the person next
    to you and make a few notes.
  • What was the purpose?
  • Similarities in your thoughts, perspectives?
  • Based on what you read how could the SEC help
    to improve your classroom, school or district?

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Possible Data Analysis Outcomes
  • Targeted Professional Development
  • Changes in Environmental Factors
  • Positive Climate of Change
  • Continuous Improvement Process
  • Review of Curriculum Materials
  • Other Data-Driven Decisions and Actions
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