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Title: Michigan ASCD New Curriculum Directors Office of School Improvement Update August 22, 2007 Lansing


1
Michigan ASCD New Curriculum Directors Office
of School Improvement Update August 22,
2007 Lansing
2
  • Science
  • K 7 GLCE
  • MSLA Clarification
  • ELA
  • HS Parent Guide
  • K-8 Genre Document
  • Reading First
  • 168 Schools
  • Annual RF
  • Conference
  • Math
  • MMLA Clarification
  • Algebra I and
  • Algebra II
  • Social Studies
  • K-12 Content
  • Expectations

Core Content
  • High School
  • Content
  • Expectations
  • World Languages
  • Social Studies
  • Arts
  • Governors Arts Integration project

NGA
Curriculum Instruction
3
High School Content Expectations
Mathematics Course/Credit Algebra I, II,
Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Statistics, and Integrated
  • High School
  • Content
  • Expectations
  • World Language
  • Social Studies

ELA 16 Model Units 4/year No sequence suggested
NGA
Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Visual/Performing/Applied Arts, Online
Experience, World Languages
www.michigan.gov/highighschool
Social Studies SBoE September Course/Credit
U.S. History and Geography, Civics, Economics,
World History and Geography
4
Curriculum Protocol Flowchart
Draft Documents Small Review Group MDE
representative practitioners
Document Development Work Group of Scholars Chair
and 5 8 appointed members OSI Convened
Final Documents Dissemination 3 Regional 10
Localized
Final Documents State Board Approval
5
The Community
The Committees
The Curriculum
International/National/State Standards
Local Context
6
Guidelines for World Languages
  • Students and school districts may choose to
  • meet this requirement through a variety of
  • languages and instructional options.
  • Languages that are both written and spoken
  • Languages that are no longer spoken
  • Languages without formally accepted orthographies
  • Languages that are signed (i.e. ASL)

7
Guidelines for World Languages
  • Required
  • 2 credits in high school
  • OR..
  • Course work or other learning experiences prior
    to/during high school (K-12)
  • American Sign Language (ASL) and Heritage
    Languages qualify toward LOTE requirement
  • Requirement may be met on-line

8
World Languages Standards and Benchmarks
  • Specifically, the standards and benchmarks
    describe
  • The communicative functions, or tasks, that
    students should be able to carry out in the new
    language
  • The contexts or situations in which students can
    understand and use listening, speaking reading
    and writing and/or signed language to carry out
    these tasks
  • The level of accuracy and appropriateness of the
    language students use

9
Social Studies Requirements
  • Required 3 credits
  • Credit content is being developed for
  • U.S. History and Geography, Civics, Economics,
    and World History and Geography
  • 1 credit in U.S. History and Geography
  • .5 credit in Civics
  • .5 credit in Economics
  • 1 credit in World History and Geography
  • Present to SBoE September 2007

10
Social Studies Conferences
  • MSU K-12 Outreach
  • Michigans New K-12 Content Expectations for
    Social Studies
  • East Lansing Kellogg Center October 4
  • Regional ISD Meetings
  • Beginning in November
  • Michigan Council for the Social Studies
  • Fall Special Learning Event
  • East Lansing Kellogg Center October 5
  • www.mcssmi.org

11
  • Boarding Schools
  • Annual licensure
  • Blue Ribbon
  • Hold for 2007-2008
  • Pending budget issues
  • PSAs
  • 50,000 mini-grant
  • Planning grants
  • ELL
  • Linking document under
  • development
  • CSR
  • Grant Writing Workshop
  • Summer Academy
  • Migrant
  • High School Credit
  • Accrual
  • Early College Credit
  • 2 offerings of AP/Dual
  • Advisory Committee
  • Homeless
  • District Homeless
  • Liaison Conference
  • September 24 25

Academic Support
12
Putting it all together
Comprehensive Needs Analysis
School Improvement Plan
Improvement Framework School
13
School Improvement Framework
  • Continued development of tools
  • Template
  • Comprehensive Needs Assessment
  • School completed
  • District under development
  • Identification of District/Intermediate
    responsibilities
  • Fall Conference
  • Preconference November 25, 2007
  • Conference November 26, 2007
  • Lansing Center
  • Stacy Scott
  • Website Work NCA/AdvancED Collaboration

14
The New Kid in the State
  • MI-ACCESS
  • MI-CLASS
  • MI-CLIMB

   
15
MI-MAP Toolkit for School Reform
  • Three years of action research
  • What systems are missing in high priority
    schools?
  • Build strategies around those systems
  • Make it ruthlessly practical

16
Tools Clustered into Tabs
17
Mi-Map ELL Packets
  • Identification, Planning, Compliance
  • Design Delivery of Instruction
  • Creating a Supportive Teaching Learning
    Environment
  • Developing English Language Proficiency
  • Supporting English Language Learners in the
    Content Areas
  • Linking School, Family, Community
  • Connecting Assessment to Student Achievement
    Program Improvement
  • Coordinating Support Services for English
    Language Learners with Special Needs

18
  • Technical Assistance
  • Consultant assistance always available
  • Site visit assistance to meet district needs
  • On Site Reviews
  • Aligned to SIF
  • Program improvement focus
  • Key compliance issues
  • Workshops Conferences
  • Application information updates
  • Schoolwide Targeted Assistance programs
  • Services to private school students staff
  • NCLB updates
  • New Directors
  • Partnership with MASFPS
  • Regional Support Teams
  • OSI, ISD, other provider collaboration to
    support high priority schools
  • Focus on individual school needs
  • Identify coordinate resources

Field Services Unit
19
  • Consolidated Applications
  • Review Approve
  • Focus on resource coordination
  • Allocations
  • Calculate for 10 state federal programs
  • Monitor district spending
  • NCLB Technical Monitoring
  • Consequences for identified schools
  • School selection allocation of funds
  • District School report cards
  • Field Contact for MDE
  • Respond to other offices request for assistance
  • Follow up on reporting requirements that involve
    districts
  • Participate in special events

Field Services Unit, cont.
20
Statewide Levels of Intervention
21
Our Partners
  • MAISA (Michigan Association of Intermediate
    School Administrators)
  • Coordination and Project Manager
  • MSU (Michigan State University)
  • Trained Coaches Conducted Principal Fellowship
  • NCA / AdvancED (North Central Association)
    Trained auditors and managed school audits
  • SIFN (School Improvement Facilitators Network and
    MAS/FPS)
  • Developed curriculum for, trained, and will
    conduct mentor visits

22
Process Mentor
  • 3 - Person Team
  • District level leader
  • ISD facilitator
  • MDE Representative
  • Facilitate Change
  • Removing barriers
  • Coordinating services at the district and state
    levels
  • Monitor process Is the plan being implemented?

23
Auditor
  • Identifies why schools did not make AYP
  • Identifies steps schools are taking to address
    increasing student achievement
  • Increases awareness of sanction status
  • Provides an independent snapshot of school
    strengths and challenges

24
Coach
  • Assigned to building for 100 days in which the
    principal is present
  • Responsible for helping building principal move
    through the leadership of the SIF

25
Events for High Priority Schools
  • Leading for Learning Principals Institute for
    Phase I schools
  • Jeffrey Howard Efficacy Institute
  • Lansing - September 16-18
  • High Schools of Purpose
  • Assessment OF and FOR Learning
  • Michelle Goodman Gratiot-Isabella RESD
  • Livonia September 12 and 13
  • Marysville September 25 and 26
  • Marquette October 22 and 23

26
Events for High Priority Schools
  • Improving Student Learning Through Effective
    Instruction
  • Focus on instruction and maximizing learning for
    all students
  • Nancy Colflesh
  • Lansing - September 20
  • STEM Regional Summits
  • Work with Math Science Center Network
  • Companion documents for Math and Science
  • Grand Rapids - September 19
  • Detroit - September 27

27
Helpful Web Pages
  • Office of School Improvement
  • www.michigan.gov/osi
  • Grade Level Content Expectations
  • www.michigan.gov/glce
  • High School
  • www.michigan.gov/highschool
  • School Improvement Support
  • www.michigan.gov/schoolimprovement

28
OSI Contact Information
Betty Underwood, Interim Director Underwoodb_at_michi
gan.gov Mike Radke, Assistant Director Field
Services Radkem_at_michigan.gov Margaret Madigan,
Supervisor Field Services Madiganm_at_michigan.gov D
eborah Clemmons, Supervisor Curriculum and
Literacy Clemmonsd_at_michigan.gov Linda Forward,
Supervisor Academic Support Forwardl_at_michigan.gov
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