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Title: Summer Leadership Conference 2013


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Every Student READY
Summer Leadership Conference 2013 Dr. Rebecca
GarlandChief Academic OfficerNC DPI
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We Have Remodeled
Because our states economic well-being depends
on a workforce that is knowledgeable and able and
can compete internationally we have made
changesnew Standards, new assessments, support
to low performing schools, improved data systems
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We Have Remodeled
implemented new Standards and new assessments,
continued support to low performing schools, and
improved data systems
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Why did we remodel?
We are reaching higher to ensure that all of our
students are READY There was and is an urgency
to improve
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Vision
Action
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PROJECTMAP
Strong Leaders
A Fair Evaluation System
Tools and Training toImprove Practice
Improved Supply of Teachers
New Standard Course of Study Balanced
Assessment System New Accountability Model
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Support in Low-AchievingLEAs and Schools
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Standards and Assessment
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In 2012-13 We Implemented a New NC
Standard Course of Study
  • New Standard Course of Study
  • Internationally-benchmarked
  • When achieved, ensures students are ready for
    post-secondary education

Common Core
English Language Arts Mathematics
Science Social Studies World Languages Arts
Education Information and Technology Healthful
Living Guidance Occupational Course of
Study English Language Development Career and
Technical Education
Essential Standards
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We Also Implemented New Assessments in
2012-13
  • New Standard Course of Study
  • Internationally-benchmarked
  • When achieved, ensures students are ready for
    post-secondary education

Common Core
End of Grade End of Course
MSL/Common Exams
Essential Standards
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Comprehensive Assessment System
School Accountability AssessmentsState ? LEA ?
School
Measures of Student Learningto be included in
Student Growth component in teacher evaluation
Teacher ? School
Diagnostic and Formative AssessmentsStudent ?
Teacher
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State Local Instructional Improvement
ToolsFormative Benchmark Assessments and Data
Analysis for Instruction
WorkKeys
High School Measures of Student Learning (Common
Exams) in core academic non-tested subjects
ACT
ACT
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3 End-of-Course (EOC)Biology, Math I and Eng II
PLAN
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EXPLORE
End-of-Grade (Math, English Language Arts,
Science)
Elementary and Middle School Common Exams in
currently non-tested subjects
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EOG (Math, ELA)
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EOG (Math, ELA)
5
EOG (Math, ELA, Science)
4
EOG (Math, ELA)
K-5 Diagnostics
3
EOG (Math, ELA)
Lower Elementary Measures of Student Learning
K - 2
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Assessment for School AccountabilityTime Line
Test 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-15 on
New State Developed Math 3-8
New State Developed ELA 3-8
New State Developed English II
New State Developed Alg I/Int I
New State Developed Biology
New State Developed Science 5 8
ACT ACT
SMARTER Balanced Math 3-8
SMARTER Balanced ELA 3-8
SMARTER Balanced 11th Grade Math
SMARTER Balanced 11th Grade ELA
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  • Upcoming SBE Decision this fall
  • SBAC assessments in the 2014-2015 SY?
  • Continue with the ACT as college and career
    readiness measure?

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Educator Effectiveness Model
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Standards 6 8 The Basics
  • Teachers

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6
5
4
3
2
Contribute to Academic Success
Demonstrate Leadership
Establish Environment
KnowContent
Facilitate Learning
Reflect on Practice
  • Principals (and other Administrators)

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6
5
4
3
2
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8
Human Resource Leadership
External Development Leadership
Academic Achievement Leadership
Strategic Leadership
InstructionalLeadership
Cultural Leadership
ManagerialLeadership
Micro-politicalLeadership
4/18/2014 page 13
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Measures Used for Standard 6
Contribute to Academic Success
Academic Achievement Leadership
Academic Achievement Leadership
4/18/2014 page 14
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Growth Model
  • Teachers

6
  • We will use Educator Value-Added Assessment
    System EVAAS for standards 6 8 when
    possible

Contribute to Academic Success
  • Principals

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Academic Achievement Leadership
Academic Achievement Leadership
4/18/2014 page 15
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Teacher Ratings Categories
  • Teachers

1
6
5
4
3
2
Contribute to Academic Success
Demonstrate Leadership
Establish Environment
KnowContent
Facilitate Learning
Reflect on Practice
  • 5 Rating Categories
  • 3 Rating Categories

Not Demonstrated Developing Proficient Accomplishe
d Distinguished
Does not Meet Expected Growth Meets Expected
Growth Exceeds Expected Growth
4/18/2014 page 16
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Status and Standard 6 8
  • An educator receives an effectiveness status only
    once she has 3 years of data on Standard 6 or 8
  • A 3-year rolling average of growth data from
    standard 6 or 8 is used as part of determining
    overall status

4/18/2014 page 17
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Analysis of Student Work
  • Working on plan to document student growth in non
    EOC, EOG, CTE Exams, Common Exams
  • When implemented, this will yield data to
    populate Standard 6 for teachers in non-tested
    subjects

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Educator Effectiveness Model
A website has been developed to provide
up-to-date information on Educator Effectiveness
Model Resources/Information http//dpi.state.nc.u
s/effectiveness-model/
4/18/2014 page 19
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Support to Districts
  • Kim Simmons NCEES Consultant
  • Tom Tomberlin Director, District HR Support

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Data Systems
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Goes live on July 8th!
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Sign-On
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Training Dates?
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Summer Institutes
  • Home Base Orientation Sessions with hands on
    demonstrations
  • Session on Rubric Training for Quality Resources
  • Session on Building Instructional Capacity Using
    Home Base
  • Embedding Home Base functionality or resources in
    other sessions

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R
Required
Products being integrated to create Home Base
R
PowerSchoolStudentInformation
UserPortal
via PowerSchool
R
Core Instructional Improvement System
Test Nav SummativeAssessment
OpenClass Collaboration
Schoolnet Instructional Tools and Assessment
R
Truenorthlogic Educator Evaluation
Content in SystemTools for Teaching Assessment
Creation
Truenorthlogic Professional Development
  • Initial Content
  • Math, ELA, Science and Social Studies Assessment
    Items for Benchmarking and Classroom Assessment
  • Instructional Content (e.g. lesson plans and unit
    plans) housed in the NC Learning Object
    Repository

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R
Required
Products being integrated to create Home Base
R
Required Tools will always be Free of Charge
PowerSchoolStudentInformation
R
Test Nav SummativeAssessment
R
Truenorthlogic Educator Evaluation
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Time Line
July/August 2013
R
R
PowerSchoolStudentInformation
Schoolnet Instructional Tools and Assessment
Truenorthlogic Educator Evaluation
Content in SystemTools for Teaching Assessment
Creation
Teacher only
October 2013
R
OpenClass Collaboration
Truenorthlogic Educator Evaluation

Principals
March 2014
2014-2015
R
Truenorthlogic Professional Development
Test Nav SummativeAssessment
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The High Level of Training and Support Training
and Support in the Kick-Off Year (2013-2014)
May/ June
May/ June
July
August/Sept
Oct/Nov
Dec/Jan/Feb
Mar
March 31, opt-in for 2014-15
  • District Engagement Meetings and Discussions
  • Internal DPI staff certification
  • District Trainings on Schoolnet and
    Truenorthlogic (vendor-led)

Online Learning Modules PowerSourceOnline
Tutorials and Learning Modules (Available now)
Learning Partnerships Partner sites where DPI
will offer closer support to districts and learns
from implementation
Teacher only
Home Base Support Center
Webinar Series and Additional Face-to-Face Trainin
g
Principals
Leading to a well-informed decision about opting
in.
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Home Base Key PointsTraining and Support in the
Kick-Off Year (2013-2014)
  • Local decisionThe decision to opt-in to the
    instructional improvement elements of Home Base
    is yours. We want to help you make the best
    choice for you.
  • The advantage of the kick-off yearWe believe you
    will make the best decision about the
    instructional and fiscal benefit of this tool if
    you have it to use without risk in 2013-2014
  • Users will lead the wayWe expect some districts,
    schools and particularly teachers to run out
    ahead and point the way for others. We will all
    learn from them.
  • Phased in ApproachWe dont expect you will use
    all of the tools at once. Instead youll have
    time to test it out and plan accordingly.

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Home Base Website and Updates
  • Home Base website is http//www.ncpublicschools.or
    g/homebase/
  • To sign up for Home Base Biweekly Newsletter,
    please email home_base_ready_at_dpi.nc.gov as ask to
    be placed on the newsletter listserv.
  • We will continue to email the biweekly updates,
    but you can also find them archived on the Home
    Base website at http//www.ncpublicschools.org/hom
    ebase/updates/

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Legislative Update - Policy
  • What We Know
  • Read-to-Achieve
  • Diploma Endorsements
  • Accessibility for CTE licensure
  • More Rigorous Teacher Prep
  • Cursive
  • Multiplication
  • Pending
  • School Performance Grades
  • Tenure
  • Merit Pay
  • Budget
  • Voucher/Scholarships

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ASIS Update
  • - Federal Waiver Discussion
  • Teacher Evaluation
  • Testing
  • - EVAAS
  • - Continued Implementation
  • Putting things into action!
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