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Title: SEC State Collaborative


1

Surveys of Enacted Curriculum
  • SEC State Collaborative
  • Be Inspired, Engaged, Informed
  • Project Planning and Leader Training
  • San Diego
  • February 2008

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

3
New members Session topics
  • What is SEC? Why? How? -- RB
  • What Collaborative does Tools --RB
  • SEC online survey system/alignment Diana
    Nunnaley
  • How to plan an SEC project Lani Seikaly
  • How to use SEC data charts Lisa Palacios

4
Rationale
Assessment
Standards
Curriculum
5
Key Question -- SEC ToolsResearch into Practice
  • How can Educators obtain reliable, valid data to
    determine Alignment of instruction with required
    standards and assessments?

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
Content Matrix
8
Survey Sections/Uses
  • 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

9
Steps in SEC Development
  • RD studies curriculum-- Early 90s
  • ModelsTIMSS, 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/ROLE01-04)
  • Evaluation MSP RETA PD Study (02 05, NSF)
  • English/ Language Arts survey (03 04)
  • Current projects 15 States, 4 Districts, 5 MSPs

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 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

13
SEC Collaborative Members 2007-08
  • Delaware
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Wisconsin
  • SEC ELL Project
  • Minnesota
  • Florida
  • Virginia
  • Utah
  • Plus 5

14
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

15
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

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
  • Lisa Palacios,Gary Money, Learning Point
    Associates
  • Lani Seikaly, Hillstreet Main
  • Jennifer Unger, The Groupworks
  • Deborah Fairington, Michael
    Erhlinghaus, Measured Progress

17
SEC Websites
  • CCSSO, SEC Collaborative
  • www.SECsurvey.org
  • WCER, SEC Online Survey and Reports
  • www.SEConline.org

18

Surveys of Enacted Curriculum
  • SEC State Collaborative
  • Be Inspired, Engaged, Informed
  • Project Planning and Leader Training
  • San Diego
  • February 2008

19
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

20
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)

21
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

22
Accomplishments06-07 SEC 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

23
More Accomplishments SEC Collaborative
  • Using Data to Improve Instruction Education
    Leaders conference, St. Louis 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 studylongitudinal data for teachers
    and students
  • Ohio reading study

24
Initiatives SEC 07-08
  • College Board standards alignment analysis
  • Iowa SEC ELL Consortium
  • Webinar Training
  • Regional Leader Training
  • Planning
  • Summer Meeting/Conference
  • Work Group products
  • Coding with States

25
Goals SEC 07-08
  • State/local projectsFrom 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

26
View from CCSSO State Opportunities w/ SEC
  • Alignment a) Standards-based consequential
    validity
  • B) Improving standards in state
  • Evaluation connecting with resch/eval in states
  • Providing local leaders with basic information,
    then building on it
  • Montana model
  • KS Webinar model
  • Data-driven instructional improvement relate SEC
    to other models
  • E.g. St. Louis conference
  • Implement through pilot district example OH, OR
  • From pilots to broad application, local
    leadership training
  • Link SEC to other funded initaitives, ELL, R!,
    Title I sch improve, MSP
  • Longitudinal Data Systems (LDS)enter SEC into
    systems

27
Questions Addressed by SEC Data
  • How can in-depth data on content of instruction
    be collected and reportednot 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?

28
MSP PD Study Sites
  • Brockport/Rochester SUNY
  • Cleveland Municipal SD
  • Corpus Christi AIMS - TX AM
  • 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

29
Key Education Questions (contd)
  • 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)

30
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?

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Science content matrix
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Content Maps
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The Enacted Curriculum
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