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Title: CTE at the Core Pathways to Career and College Readiness


1
CTE at the Core Pathways to Career and College
Readiness
  • Bill Daggett, Founder and Chairman
  • April 4, 2013

2
Growing Gap
Changing World
School Improvement
Readiness
3
Growing Gap
Changing World
School Improvement
4
Growing Gap
Changing World
School Improvement
5
Growing Gap
School Improvement
Changing World
6
Common Core State Standards
7
Common Core State Standards
  • College and Career Ready




8
Common Core State Standards
  • College AND Career Ready




9
Culture Trumps Strategy
10
70
11
Eligible for the Military
  • Lack High School Diploma
  • Can Not Pass Basic Literacy Test
  • Obesity
  • Drugs
  • Prison

12
70 -Is Increasing at 1 Per Year-
13
70 Are they employable?
14
70 Are they headed to public assistance?
15
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology
  • Financial
  • Globalization
  • Demographics

16
Common Core State Standards
  • College AND Career Ready




17
Reading Study Summary
Interquartile Ranges Shown (25 - 75)
1600
1400
1200
Text Lexile Measure (L)
1000
800
600
High School Literature
College Literature
High School Textbooks
College Textbooks
Military
Personal Use
Entry-Level Occupations
SAT 1, ACT, AP
Source of National Test Data MetaMetrics
18
2005 Proficiency Grade 4 Reading
Proficient Required NAEP Score
Mississippi 88
Georgia 87
Wisconsin 83
Texas 81
Ohio 77
New York 71
Arkansas 53
Massachusetts 48
19
2009 Proficiency Grade 4 Reading
Proficient Required NAEP Score
Georgia 87
Texas 84
Ohio 82
Wisconsin 82
New York 77
Arkansas 70
Massachusetts 54
Mississippi 52
20
2005 Proficiency Grade 4 Reading
Proficient Required NAEP Score
Mississippi 88 161
Georgia 87 175
Wisconsin 83 189
Texas 81 190
Ohio 77 199
New York 71 207
Arkansas 53 217
Massachusetts 48 234
21
2009 Proficiency Grade 4 Reading
Proficient Required NAEP Score
Georgia 87 178
Texas 84 188
Ohio 82 192
Wisconsin 82 189
New York 77 200
Arkansas 70 200
Massachusetts 54 234
Mississippi 52 210
22
2009 Proficiency Grade 4 Reading
Proficient Required NAEP Score
Georgia 87 (0) 178 (3)
Texas 84 (3) 188 (-2)
Ohio 82 (5) 192 (-7)
Wisconsin 82 (-1) 189 (0)
New York 77 (6) 200 (-7)
Arkansas 70 (17) 200 (-17)
Massachusetts 54 (6) 234 (0)
Mississippi 52 (-36) 210 (49)
23
2009 Proficiency Grade 8 Reading
Proficient Required NAEP Score
Texas 94 (11) 201 (-24)
Wisconsin 85 (-1) 232 (3)
Georgia 77 (-6) 209 (-15)
Ohio 72 (-8) 251 (10)
Arkansas 71 (14) 241 (-13)
New York 68 (19) 247 (-21)
Mississippi 48 (-10) 254 (7)
California 48 (9) 259 (-3)
24
2009 Proficiency Grade 8 Mathematics
Proficient Required NAEP Score
Texas 83 (22) 254 (-19)
Illinois 82 (28) 251 (-25)
New York 80 (24) 249 (-26)
Florida 66 (8) 266 (-3)
Oklahoma 59 (-8) 269 (11)
Mississippi 54 (1) 264 (2)
Massachusetts 49 (7) 300 (-1)
Missouri 47 (32) 287 (-24)
25
Common Core State Standards
  • Fewer
  • Clearer
  • Higher
  • Different




26
Knowledge Taxonomy
  1. Awareness
  2. Comprehension
  3. Application
  4. Analysis
  5. Synthesis
  6. Evaluation

27
Application Model
  1. Knowledge in one discipline
  2. Application within discipline
  3. Application across disciplines
  4. Application to real-world predictable situations
  5. Application to real-world unpredictable situations

28
Levels
Blooms
1 2 3 4 5
29
Rigor/Relevance Framework
6
Obtain historical data about local weather to
predict the chance of snow, rain, or sun during
year. Test consumer products and illustrate the
data graphically. Plan a large school event and
calculate resources (food, decorations, etc.) you
need to organize and hold this event. Make a
scale drawing of the classroom on grid paper,
each group using a different scale.
Analyze the graphs of the perimeters and areas of
squares having different-length sides. Determine
the largest rectangular area for a fixed
perimeter. Identify coordinates for ordered pairs
that satisfy an algebraic relation or
function. Determine and justify the similarity or
congruence for two geometric shapes.
D
C
5
4
3
Calculate percentages of advertising in a
newspaper. Tour the school building and identify
examples of parallel and perpendicular lines,
planes, and angles. Determine the median and
mode of real data displayed in a histogram
Organize and display collected data, using
appropriate tables, charts, or graphs.
Express probabilities as fractions, percents, or
decimals. Classify triangles according to angle
size and/or length of sides. Calculate volume of
simple three- dimensional shapes. Given the
coordinates of a quadrilateral, plot the
quadrilateral on a grid.
2
B
A
1
1
2
3
4
5
30
Rigor/Relevance Framework
6
Obtain historical data about local weather to
predict the chance of snow, rain, or sun during
year. Test consumer products and illustrate the
data graphically. Plan a large school event and
calculate resources (food, decorations, etc.) you
need to organize and hold this event. Make a
scale drawing of the classroom on grid paper,
each group using a different scale.
Analyze the graphs of the perimeters and areas of
squares having different-length sides. Determine
the largest rectangular area for a fixed
perimeter. Identify coordinates for ordered pairs
that satisfy an algebraic relation or
function. Determine and justify the similarity or
congruence for two geometric shapes.
D
C
Express probabilities as fractions, percents, or
decimals. Classify triangles according to angle
size and/or length of sides. Calculate volume of
simple three- dimensional shapes. Given the
coordinates of a quadrilateral, plot the
quadrilateral on a grid.
5
4
3
Calculate percentages of advertising in a
newspaper. Tour the school building and identify
examples of parallel and perpendicular lines,
planes, and angles. Determine the median and
mode of real data displayed in a histogram
Organize and display collected data, using
appropriate tables, charts, or graphs.
2
B
A
1
1
2
3
4
5
31
Rigor/Relevance Framework
6
Obtain historical data about local weather to
predict the chance of snow, rain, or sun during
year. Test consumer products and illustrate the
data graphically. Plan a large school event and
calculate resources (food, decorations, etc.) you
need to organize and hold this event. Make a
scale drawing of the classroom on grid paper,
each group using a different scale.
Calculate percentages of advertising in a
newspaper. Tour the school building and identify
examples of parallel and perpendicular lines,
planes, and angles. Determine the median and
mode of real data displayed in a histogram.
Organize and display collected data, using
appropriate tables, charts, or graphs.
Analyze the graphs of the perimeters and areas of
squares having different-length sides. Determine
the largest rectangular area for a fixed
perimeter. Identify coordinates for ordered pairs
that satisfy an algebraic relation or
function. Determine and justify the similarity or
congruence for two geometric shapes.
D
C
5
4
3
Express probabilities as fractions, percents, or
decimals. Classify triangles according to angle
size and/or length of sides. Calculate volume of
simple three- dimensional shapes. Given the
coordinates of a quadrilateral, plot the
quadrilateral on a grid.
2
B
A
1
1
2
3
4
5
32
Levels
Blooms
1 2 3 4 5
33
Rigor/Relevance Framework
Blooms
Test
1 2 3 4 5
34
Rigor/Relevance Framework
Blooms
Test
CTE/ Jobs
1 2 3 4 5
35
Rigor/Relevance Framework
Blooms
College Ready
Test
CTE/ Jobs
1 2 3 4 5
36
Rigor/Relevance Framework
Blooms
College Ready
Career Ready
Test
CTE/ Jobs
1 2 3 4 5
37
Quad D Skills and Knowledge
  • Decision Making
  • Innovation/Creativity
  • Goal Setting/Results Driven
  • Multi Tasking
  • Work with others

38
2 Second Rule
The two-second rule is used by a driver who
wants to maintain a safe following distance at
any speed. A driver must count two seconds from
when the car in front of him or her passes a
fixed point, such as a tree, until the driver
passes the same fixed point. Drivers use this
rule to determine the minimum distance to follow
a car traveling at the same speed. A diagram
representing this distance is shown.
As the speed of the cars increases, the minimum
following distance also increases. Explain how
the two-second rule leads to a greater minimum
following distance as the speed of the cars
increases. As part of your explanation, include
the minimum following distances, in feet, for
cars traveling at 30 miles per hour and 60 miles
per hour.
39
Item Exemplars Performance Task
Performance Task drawn from the Ohio Performance
Assessment Project.
Available at, www.ModelSchoolsConference.com/hando
uts12.html
40
Standards
D
C
B
A
41
Assessments
D
C
B
A
42
Growing Gap
School Improvement
Changing World
43
21st Annual Model Schools Conference
  • Effective and efficient practices for improving
    student achievement in times of decreasing
    resources and increasing expectations
  • Focusing on instructional excellence as the key
    to the Common Core State Standards, Next
    Generation Assessments, and Teacher Evaluations
  • Providing effective instructional approaches for
    special populations
  • June 30 July 3 Washington, D.C. www.modelschoo
    lsconference.com

44
College Ready
  • Purpose of 5th Grade Math

45
Academics
46
Layers of non-sequential but increasingly complex
knowledge
47
College Ready
1 2 3 4 5
48
K-12 System - CULTURE
  • Disciplines
  • Vertical Integration

49
K-12 Culture
  • Rules

50
K-12 Culture
  • Rules
  • Regulation

51
K-12 Culture
  • Rules
  • Regulation
  • Certification

52
K-12 Culture
  • Rules
  • Regulation
  • Certification
  • Tenure

53
K-12 Culture
  • Rules
  • Regulation
  • Certification
  • Tenure
  • Contracts

54
K-12 Culture
  • Rules
  • Regulation
  • Certification
  • Tenure
  • Contracts
  • Teachers Trained

55
K-12 Culture
  • Rules
  • Regulation
  • Certification
  • Tenure
  • Contracts
  • Teachers Trained
  • Physical Plant

56
Career Ready
  1. Knowledge in one discipline
  2. Application within discipline
  3. Application across disciplines
  4. Application to real-world predictable situations
  5. Application to real-world unpredictable situations

57
Career Ready
58
College Ready
59
Reading Study Summary
Interquartile Ranges Shown (25 - 75)
1600
1400
1200
Text Lexile Measure (L)
1000
800
600
High School Literature
College Literature
High School Textbooks
College Textbooks
Military
Personal Use
Entry-Level Occupations
SAT 1, ACT, AP
Source of National Test Data MetaMetrics
60
Career Ready
61
Career Ready
62
Career Ready
  • Requires Both Vertical
  • and Horizontal Integration

63
Career Ready
64
College Ready
D
C
B
A
65
Career Ready
D
C
B
A
66
21st Annual Model Schools Conference
  • Effective and efficient practices for improving
    student achievement in times of decreasing
    resources and increasing expectations
  • Focusing on instructional excellence as the key
    to the Common Core State Standards, Next
    Generation Assessments, and Teacher Evaluations
  • Providing effective instructional approaches for
    special populations
  • June 30 July 3 Washington, D.C. www.modelschoo
    lsconference.com

67
Organizational Changes
  • Looping

68
Organizational Changes
  • Looping
  • Interdisciplinary Chairs

69
Organizational Changes
  • Looping
  • Interdisciplinary Chairs
  • 9th Grade Electives

70
No Formula
71
Focused and Sustained Professional Development
A Look to the Future
72
 
New York Career and Technical Education
Curriculum Matrix for English Language Arts
New York English Language Arts Learning Standards/ Performance Indicators Grade 9 Excerpt NY Regents Comprehensive English Exam Agriculture, Food Natural Resources Agriculture, Food Natural Resources Agriculture, Food Natural Resources Agriculture, Food Natural Resources Agriculture, Food Natural Resources Agriculture, Food Natural Resources Agriculture, Food Natural Resources Architecture Construction Architecture Construction Architecture Construction Arts, A/V Technology Communications Arts, A/V Technology Communications Arts, A/V Technology Communications Arts, A/V Technology Communications Arts, A/V Technology Communications Arts, A/V Technology Communications
New York English Language Arts Learning Standards/ Performance Indicators Grade 9 Excerpt NY Regents Comprehensive English Exam Food Products Processing Systems Agribusiness Systems Power, Structural Technical Systems Environmental Service Systems Plant Systems Natural Resource Systems Animal Systems Design/ Pre-Construction Construction Maintenance/ Operations Performing Arts Visual Arts Printing Technology Journalism Broadcasting A/V Technology Film Telecommunications
Use specialized reference sources, such as glossaries and directories H ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Read and follow written, complex directions and procedures to solve problems and accomplish tasks -demonstrate task awareness by employing flexible strategies H ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Skim texts to gain an overall impression and scan texts for particular information -focus on key words and phrases to generate research questions H ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Recognize the defining features and structures of informational texts H ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Read, view, and interpret texts and performances in every medium from a wide variety of authors, subjects, and genres (e.g., short stories, novels, plays, film and video productions, poems, and essays) H ? ? ?
Read, view, and respond independently to literary works that represent a range of social, historical, and cultural perspectives H ? ?
73
Culture Trumps Strategy
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The Changing Landscape
  • Technology

76
Semantic Web
  • Analyze Documents
  • Keywords and Headers (Google)
  • Meaning / Concepts
  • Wolfram Alpha
  • Complete Task

77
Implications
  • Homework

78
Implications
  • Homework
  • Term Paper

79
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SPOT
  • Integrated Projection
  • Projection Keyboard

82
Projection Keyboard
83
Projection Keyboard and Monitor
84
Project Glass
Technology should work for youto be there when
you need it and get out of your way when you
dont. Google X started Project Glass to build
this kind of technology, one that helps you
explore and share your world, putting you back in
the moment.
85
Download any movie, website, or piece of
information into your glasses or contact lenses
86
Todays students live in a hyper-connected
world, except in school OR are they also
connected in school but we just dont know it?
87
Information is everywhere. In this changing
world, sense-making and the ability to evaluate
the credibility of information are paramount.
88
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology
  • Financial

89
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2011 US Federal Budget -borrowing 41 of every
dollar it is spending
91
Federal Obligations
  • 534,000 per household
  • More than 5 times
  • Mortgages
  • Car Loans
  • College Loans
  • Credit Cards

92
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology
  • Financial
  • Globalization

93
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Shenzhen
  • 1980 - Fishing Village
  • 2013 -

99
U.S. 2nd Half of 20th Century
  • Only Superpower
  • Highest per Capita Income
  • 1st in Economic Growth
  • 5 of Population Greater than 24 of
    Consumption
  • Source National Academy of Science

100
PISA 2009
1 Shanghai-China 556
2 Korea 539
3 Finland 536
4 Hong Kong-China 533
5 Singapore 526
6 Canada 524
7 New Zealand 521
8 Japan 520
9 Australia 515
10 Netherlands 508
17 United States 500
20 Germany 497
21 Ireland 496
22 France 496
25 United Kingdom 494
33 Spain 481
43 Russian Federation 459
48 Mexico 425
53 Brazil 412
57 Indonesia 402
  • Overall Reading Scale

Significantly Above OECD Average
Not Significantly Different (OECD Average 493)
Significantly below OECD Average
101
PISA 2009
1 Shanghai-China 600
2 Singapore 562
3 Hong Kong-China 555
4 Korea 546
6 Finland 541
9 Japan 529
10 Canada 527
11 Netherlands 526
13 New Zealand 519
15 Australia 514
16 Germany 513
22 France 497
28 United Kingdom 492
31 United States 487
32 Ireland 487
34 Spain 483
38 Russian Federation 468
51 Mexico 419
57 Brazil 386
61 Indonesia 371
  • Overall Math Scale

Significantly Above OECD Average
Not Significantly Different (OECD Average 496)
Significantly below OECD Average
102
PISA 2009
1 Shanghai-China 575
2 Finland 554
3 Hong Kong-China 549
4 Singapore 542
5 Japan 539
6 Korea 538
7 New Zealand 532
8 Canada 529
10 Australia 527
11 Netherlands 522
13 Germany 520
16 United Kingdom 514
20 Ireland 508
23 United States 502
27 France 498
36 Spain 488
39 Russian Federation 478
50 Mexico 416
53 Brazil 405
60 Indonesia 383
  • Overall Science Scale

Significantly Above OECD Average
Not Significantly Different (OECD Average 501)
Significantly below OECD Average
103
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology
  • Financial
  • Globalization
  • Demographics

104
Population
1950
2010
2050
Female
Male
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New York Arts Education
New York Mathematics Key Ideas/Performance Indicators Grade 8 New York State Assessment Visual Arts Dance Music Theatre
8.N.3 Read, write, and identify percents less than 1 and greater than 100 H M M M M
8.N.6 Justify the reasonableness of answers using estimation H H H H H
8.A.2 Write verbal expressions that match given mathematical expressions H H H H H
8.A.3 Describe a situation involving relationships that matches a given graph M M M M M
8.A.4 Create a graph given a description or an expression for a situation involving a linear or nonlinear relationship M M L L L
115
1587 Route 146 Rexford, NY 12148 Phone (518)
399-2776 Fax (518) 399-7607 E-mail -
info_at_LeaderEd.com www.LeaderEd.com
116
Challenges for Administrators
  • Bill Daggett, Founder and Chairman
  • April 4, 2013

117
Growing Gap
Changing World
School Improvement
118
Growing Gap
Changing World
School Improvement
119
Growing Gap
School Improvement
Changing World
120
Effectiveness and Efficiency Framework
High Cost
Low Cost
121
Effectiveness and Efficiency Framework
High Student Performance
Ef fec t iveness
High Cost
Low Cost
Low Student Performance
122
Effectiveness and Efficiency Framework
High Student Performance
Ef fec t iveness
C D A B
High Cost
Low Cost
Low Student Performance
123
Student-Teacher Relationship
Efficient
Effective
124
Application of Knowledge
Effective
Efficient
125
Professional Development
Efficient
Effective
126
Teacher Expectations and Clarity
Effective
Efficient
127
Assessment to Inform and Differentiate Instruction
Efficient
Effective
128
Literacy Strategies
Effective
Efficient
129
Class Size
Effective
Efficient
130
Summer School
Effective
Efficient
131
PD
Peer Tutor
Student Teacher
Prior Achieve
Form. Eval.
Teacher Clarity
Meta Strats.
Literacy Strats.
Class Size
Ability Group
Teach Test
Summer School
132
Greatest Impact
  • Culture of High Expectations
  • Relevance of Instruction
  • Strong Relationships

133
21st Annual Model Schools Conference
  • Effective and efficient practices for improving
    student achievement in times of decreasing
    resources and increasing expectations
  • Focusing on instructional excellence as the key
    to the Common Core State Standards, Next
    Generation Assessments, and Teacher Evaluations
  • Providing effective instructional approaches for
    special populations
  • June 30 July 3 Washington, D.C. www.modelschoo
    lsconference.com

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Organizational Leadership
Culture
Culture
141
Culture Trumps Strategy
142
70
143
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology

144
Semantic Web
  • Analyze Documents
  • Keywords and Headers (Google)
  • Meaning / Concepts
  • Wolfram Alpha
  • Complete Task

145
Implications
  • Homework

146
Implications
  • Homework
  • Term Paper

147
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149
SPOT
  • Integrated Projection
  • Projection Keyboard

150
Projection Keyboard
151
Projection Keyboard and Monitor
152
Project Glass
Technology should work for youto be there when
you need it and get out of your way when you
dont. Google X started Project Glass to build
this kind of technology, one that helps you
explore and share your world, putting you back in
the moment.
153
Download any movie, website, or piece of
information into your glasses or contact lenses
154
Todays students live in a hyper-connected
world, except in school OR are they also
connected in school but we just dont know it?
155
Information is everywhere. In this changing
world, sense-making and the ability to evaluate
the credibility of information are paramount.
156
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology
  • Financial

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2011 US Federal Budget -borrowing 41 of every
dollar it is spending
159
Federal Obligations
  • 534,000 per household
  • More than 5 times
  • Mortgages
  • Car Loans
  • College Loans
  • Credit Cards

160
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology
  • Financial
  • Globalization

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Shenzhen
  • 1980 - Fishing Village
  • 2013 -

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U.S. 2nd Half of 20th Century
  • Only Superpower
  • Highest per Capita Income
  • 1st in Economic Growth
  • 5 of Population Greater than 24 of
    Consumption
  • Source National Academy of Science

168
PISA 2009
1 Shanghai-China 556
2 Korea 539
3 Finland 536
4 Hong Kong-China 533
5 Singapore 526
6 Canada 524
7 New Zealand 521
8 Japan 520
9 Australia 515
10 Netherlands 508
17 United States 500
20 Germany 497
21 Ireland 496
22 France 496
25 United Kingdom 494
33 Spain 481
43 Russian Federation 459
48 Mexico 425
53 Brazil 412
57 Indonesia 402
  • Overall Reading Scale

Significantly Above OECD Average
Not Significantly Different (OECD Average 493)
Significantly below OECD Average
169
PISA 2009
1 Shanghai-China 600
2 Singapore 562
3 Hong Kong-China 555
4 Korea 546
6 Finland 541
9 Japan 529
10 Canada 527
11 Netherlands 526
13 New Zealand 519
15 Australia 514
16 Germany 513
22 France 497
28 United Kingdom 492
31 United States 487
32 Ireland 487
34 Spain 483
38 Russian Federation 468
51 Mexico 419
57 Brazil 386
61 Indonesia 371
  • Overall Math Scale

Significantly Above OECD Average
Not Significantly Different (OECD Average 496)
Significantly below OECD Average
170
PISA 2009
1 Shanghai-China 575
2 Finland 554
3 Hong Kong-China 549
4 Singapore 542
5 Japan 539
6 Korea 538
7 New Zealand 532
8 Canada 529
10 Australia 527
11 Netherlands 522
13 Germany 520
16 United Kingdom 514
20 Ireland 508
23 United States 502
27 France 498
36 Spain 488
39 Russian Federation 478
50 Mexico 416
53 Brazil 405
60 Indonesia 383
  • Overall Science Scale

Significantly Above OECD Average
Not Significantly Different (OECD Average 501)
Significantly below OECD Average
171
The Changing Landscape
  • Technology
  • Financial
  • Globalization
  • Demographics

172
Population
1950
2010
2050
Female
Male
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Instructional Leadership
Data-driven
Literacy and math
Data-driven
Curriculum
High expectations
184
Survey Tools for Rigor, Relevance and
Relationships
  • We Learn Student Survey
  • We Teach Instructional Staff Survey
  • We Lead Whole Staff Survey

185
Teacher vs. Student Comparison
T Students can apply what I am teaching to their everyday lives. 92
S I can apply what I learn to my everyday life. 58
186
Teacher vs. Student Comparison
T Students in my classroom engage in hands-on activities. 88
S We do lots of hands-on activities in my classes. 45
187
Teacher vs. Student Comparison
T I encourage students to explore career pathways. 80
S My teachers encourage me to explore different careers. 49
188
Teacher vs. Student Comparison
T I make learning exciting for my students. 84
S My teachers make learning exciting. 40
189
Teacher vs. Student Comparison
T I am aware of my students interests outside of school. 87
S My teachers know my interests outside of school. 30
190
Teacher vs. Student Comparison
T I recognize students when they demonstrate positive behavior in school. 95
S Good citizenship is rewarded in this school. 40
191
Take off the plate
192
Next Network
193
Road Map
  • State Standards to State Tests

194
NYS Assessment English LA Performance Indicators
Tested
195
NYS Assessment Mathematics Performance Indicators
Tested
196
NYS Assessment Science Performance Indicators
Tested
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Road Map
  • State Standards to State Test
  • State Standards to Research

199
National Essential Skills Study (NESS)
200
NESS Study Subgroup Rankings
ELA Skill Write clear and concise directions or
procedures.
Group Rank
Overall 9
Business/Industry 2
Other Non-educators 10
English Language Arts Teachers 25
Other Educators 8
201
NESS Study Subgroup Rankings
ELA Skill Give clear and concise oral
directions.
Group Rank
Overall 7
Business/Industry 3
Other Non-educators 9
English Language Arts Teachers 28
Other Educators 7
202
NESS Study Subgroup Rankings
Math Skill Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to
right triangles.
Group Rank
Overall 20
Business/Industry 29
Other Non-educators 31
Mathematics Teachers 4
Other Educators 24
203
NESS Study Subgroup Rankings
Math Skill Understand accuracy and precision of
measurement, round off numbers according to the
correct number of significant figures, and
determine percent error.
Group Rank
Overall 12
Business/Industry 3
Other Non-educators 10
Mathematics Teachers 30
Other Educators 8
204
Proficiency
205
Reading Study Summary
Interquartile Ranges Shown (25 - 75)
1600
1400
1200
Text Lexile Measure (L)
1000
800
600
High School Literature
College Literature
High School Textbooks
College Textbooks
Military
Personal Use
Entry-Level Occupations
SAT 1, ACT, AP
Source of National Test Data MetaMetrics
206
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207
A
208
Gold Seal Lessons
209
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210
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211
Evolution of Change Model
1 Incremental Change (Improving Core
Practices) 2 Innovative Change
(Fundamental Change of Core Practice) 3
Transformational Change (Affect Entire
System)
212
Technology in Schools
1 Computer Labs 2 One-to-One
Computing 3 Bring Your Own Technology
(BYOT)
213
Pencil Budget
214
Grading of Papers
1 Training all teachers to grade
essays 2 Computer grading of
essays 3 Computer-based grading
and immediate instruction based on
performance
215
Learning
1 Learning Together
216
Professional Development
1 Student-run technology P.D. (survey/3
levels) 2 Teachers are given technology
IEP with students as their mentors 3
Top 1/3rd students and teachers create
alternative instructional delivery system
217
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