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Title: Surveys of the Enacted Curriculum Full Orientation for Leadership


1
Surveys of the Enacted CurriculumFull
Orientation for Leadership
  • Presenter Name
  • Presenter Title
  • Month and Year

2
What are the SEC surveys?
  • Research-based tools driven by work of Professor
    Andrew Porter, who has had numerous publications,
    been the past president of the American Education
    Research Association (AERA), and is an advisor to
    the U.S. Department of Education.
  • Research-based tools to collect, report, and use
    data on English/Language, Math, and Science
    content taught and instructional practices used
    in classrooms.
  • Designed and developed by Wisconsin Center for
    Education Research, and the Council of Chief
    State Schools Officers with multiple grants from
    the National Science Foundation, individual
    states, and Learning Point Associates.

3
How are the SEC used by schools and
districts?Reading/Language Arts, Math, and
Science
  • Improve alignment of instruction with standards
    and assessments.
  • Improve articulation of instruction across
    grades.
  • Assess needs in areas of curriculum and
    instruction.
  • Engage teachers in objective dialogue about what
    and how they teach.

4
How will SEC assist us in meeting the
requirements of NCLB?
  • Identify specific content areas where instruction
    is not aligned with standards or assessments.
  • Compare instructional practice between schools
  • Low alignment with high performance.
  • High alignment with low performance.
  • Low alignment with low performance.
  • Used over time to measure progress towards
    changes in instructional practice.

5
States and Districts Implementing the SEC
  • Arizona
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Wisconsin
  • Oregon
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
  • School District of Philadelphia
  • Miami-Dade County Pubic Schools
  • Chicago Public Schools
  • Winston-Salem Public Schools
  • Gilbert School District, Iowa
  • Ohio SMART Consortium

6
Surveys of Enacted Curriculum
The intended curriculum State content
standardswhat students should learn
The assessed curriculum State (and other)
assessmentstested learning
The learned curriculum Student outcomes based
on school learning
The enacted curriculum What teachers teach
7
The Enacted Curriculum
The SEC depict in detail the content that
teachers teachand the level of cognitive demand
to which the content is taught. This example uses
eighth- grade mathematics.
8
Comparing the Enacted and the Intended Curriculum
EnactedWhat teachers teach
IntendedWhat standards require
9
Viewing Enacted, Intended, and Assessed Curriculum
Enacted
Intended
Assessed
10
Enacted, Intended, Assessed, and Learned
Curriculum
11
What are some of the benefits?
  • Research-based tool
  • Nonthreatening way to collect data on classroom
    instruction
  • Low-cost, Web version available
  • Comprehensive set of professional development
    tools available to maximize effectiveness

12
How do we get started?What decisions do we need
to make?
  • Insert recommended content areas and grade
    levels.
  • Insert recommended district plan/timeline.
  • Teachers need 30 minute orientation and 6090
    minutes to complete survey (online or paper).
  • Professional development time should be allocated
    for analysis.
  • Professional development time should be allocated
    to initiatives based on SEC analysis.

13
SEC Collaborating Organizations
Council for Chief State School
Officerswww.secsurvey.org Wisconsin Center for
Educational Researchwww.seconline.org Learning
Point Associateswww.secsupport.org TERC
Regional Alliance
SEC Research Projects SEC Data Processing SEC
Analytical and Professional Support Other
Support
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