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Title: Principal READY Division: Curriculum and Instruction ELA, Math, Global Ed., Healthy Schools, Arts Ed., Science, Social Studies, Math Regional Consultants: Names and contact information in slide deck.


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Principal READYDivision Curriculum and
Instruction ELA, Math, Global Ed., Healthy
Schools, Arts Ed., Science, Social Studies,
MathRegional ConsultantsNames and contact
information in slide deck.
2
ELA News
  • The ELA SCOOP
  • Arts Integration Edition
  • This SCOOP will focus on ways to integrate the
    Arts into ELA instruction!
  • Sent out on the ELA Listservs 2/18
  • Find it here

3
ELA
  • Are We Asking the Right Questions? PD
  • This professional development takes participants
    through a process to begin thinking about the
    questions asked during instruction, how to
    support students in asking questions, and how to
    generate strong test questions that truly measure
    student mastery.
  • This training has been offered at DPI four times.
  • We have also visited (and continue to visit)
    districts that request this PD.
  • Learn more here.

4
ELA
  • Join us for our March 9th Webinar featuring
  • NC Poet Laureate
  • Shelby Stephenson
  • Spotlight on Poetry
  • 330 430
  • Register here

5
ELA
  • Two opportunities April 18 April 27
  • Applications are due March 11

6
ELA
  • Disciplinary Literacy PD for Middle School
    Teachers
  • April 29th
  • The ELA team will provide strong examples,
    resources, and strategies for disciplinary
    literacy. Content area consultants will work with
    their group of teachers to provide specific
    examples relevant to their discipline. This
    training will be used to create an online module.
  • More information coming.

7
ELA
  • Upcoming Conference Presentations
  • NC Association for Gifted and Talented March 4
  • NC Reading Association March 14
  • CCSA March 22
  • NC English Teachers Association Spring Literacy
    Symposium April 9

8
ELA Resources
  • Livebinder
  • Be sure to check out our ELA pd kits notes,
    ppt, and handouts for ELA leaders to use in
    district or school pd.
  • Wiki
  • Dont miss the David Liben video series on A
    Different Look at the Causes of the Achievement
    Gap.

9
  • NC SBE Global Ed Strategic Plan
  • From Planning to Doing
  • Principal Ready Update

10
Global Education Update
  • Global Educator Digital Badge
  • Dual Language/Immersion K-12 Expansion
  • Global Languages Endorsement (9-12)
  • Global-Ready Schools (GRS) Rubric and Application
    Requirements
  • Contact and Resources

11
Connection to State Plan
Global Education
SBE Vision Statement
  • Every public school student will graduate
    ready for post secondary education and work,
    prepared to be a globally engaged and productive
    citizen.
  • -April, 2014

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5 Commitments
Global Education
  • 1. Robust teacher support and tools
  • (Action Item 1.2 Global Educator Digital Badge)
  • 2. Leading-edge language instruction
  • (Action Item 2.1 DL/I K-12 Expansion)
  • (Global Languages Endorsement)
  • 3. New school models
  • 4. District networking and recognition
  • (Action Item 4.2 Global-Ready Schools and
    Districts)
  • 5. Strategic international relationships

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Commitment 1 Robust Teacher Support and Tools
Global Education
  • 1.2 Implement an SBE-recognized badging process
    for teachers and administrators to support a
    professional development system for global
    content that leads to an endorsement,
    certificate, or other recognition with market
    value.

14
What is a digital badge?
Global Education
  • How do we recognize and value the way we learn
    today? Badges are a new idea to recognize the
    learning that happens anywhere and share it in
    the places that matter.

15
Global Educator Digital Badge Criteria
  • SBE Policy TCP - H- 001 Candidate must
  • Document goals or goals and strategies to address
    global awareness elements within the NC
    Professional Standards
  • Complete 100 hours of global education
    professional development aligned to documented
    goals
  • Complete a Capstone Project that demonstrates
    educator ability to increase student global
    awareness while teaching their content standards
  • Complete process within 2 years of documented
    plan
  • Additional educator categories were approved by
    the State Board of Education October 1, 2015

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Global Education
Dual Language/Immersion K-12 Expansion
  • Schools that implement use of two languages for
    content instruction
  • NC Research by Thomas and Collier indicate that
    this model closes the achievement gap for all
    students.
  • NC Research by Thomas and Collier indicate that
    by 5th grade, on average students are scoring up
    to a full grade level above their monolingual
    peers.
  • SBE action item 2.1 is to expand programs
    statewide and K-12
  • March 9-10 Administrator Seminar for existing
    programs and program exploration. Registration
    is closed, but presentation materials will be
    posted.
  • Please visit the NCDPI Dual Language/Immersion
    wiki pages
  • http//ncdliprograms.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/

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Global Education
  • Global Languages Endorsement
  • SBE Policy GCS-L-007
  • Adopted at SBE January 2015 meeting
  • Available since Spring 2015
  • Shows proficiency expectations in English and at
    least one other language
  • Demonstrates College and Career Ready in an
    interconnected world
  • Tracking requirements in Home Base are available

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Global Education
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Global Education
  • For more information, see the Global Languages
    Endorsement wikipagehttp//gled.ncdpi.wikispaces.
    net/GlobalLanguagesEndorsement on the Global
    Education wiki

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Commitment 4 District Networking and Recognition
Global Education
  • 4.2 Institute in concert with global education
    partners a Global-Ready designation for schools
    and districts that provides a process and
    incentives and addresses, at the least, the
    following
  • K-12 world language opportunities for all
    students
  • Pathways for educators to achieve SBE-recognized
    badges
  • Career-Ready employer requirements
  • Global school partnerships and
  • Local school board resolutions and plans on
    global education

23
Global Education
  • GRS Designation or Acknowledgement
  • 1. Schools can earn the Global-Ready School (GRS)
    Designation at either the Prepared or Model
    Level of Achievement.
  • 2. To receive GRS designation, schools must also
    meet the following student achievement
    requirements in addition to "Prepared" or "Model"
    on the Global-Ready School rubric
  • Schools must be at or above the state average
    performance composite for Level 3. Schools
    will use the state average for their school grade
    configuration
  • through grade 5
  • through grade 8
  • through grade 12
  • In addition, schools must meet or exceed their
    expected yearly growth. 
  • These measurements are based on the data from the
    school year preceding the application year.
  • SBE Acknowledgement Schools will complete
    applications for feedback review and
    recommendations for reaching the GRS Designation
    level and provide networking opportunities.

24
Global-Ready Schools and Districts
25
Connection to State Plan
Global Education
SBE Strategic Plan
26
Contact and Resources
Global Education
  • Helga Fasciano
  • Special Assistant for Global Education
  • helga.fasciano_at_dpi.nc.gov
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/globaled/

http//gled.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
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The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child
(WSCC) model expands on the eight elements of
CDCs coordinated school health (CSH) approach
and is combined with the whole child framework.
NC Healthy Schools frames its work in the context
of this model
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Healthy Schools Healthy Active Children Policy
  • Policy Updated June, 2014
  • 30 minutes of Physical Activity Daily
  • Physical Activity may not be used as punishment
  • Recess may not be withheld as a form of
    punishment
  • NEW Resources
  • Updated Energizers (aligned with SCOS
    objectives).
  • Promotional video

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Healthy Schools Healthful Living Education
  • Analysis of Student work webinars
  • Elementary Lesson plans (integrating ELA and
    Mathematics objectives into Healthful Living
  • Energizer Updates
  • Gfeller-Waller Concussion resources
  • Monthly Updates
  • CPR Instructional resources
  • http//hlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/HealthfulLivin
    gHome

30
Healthy Schools Middle School Athletics
  • Rule Development
  • Oversight
  • Rule Interpretation
  • http//hlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/HealthfulLivin
    gHome

31
Healthy Schools Data Collection
  • 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey
  • Measures student self-reported health behaviors
    on 6 Serious Health Risks for youth.
  • Provides valuable data for health education
    programing.
  • 2016 Profiles
  • Measures school level policies and programs for
    student health

32
Health Risk Behaviors Academic Grades NC High
Schools 2013 YRBS
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K-12 Program Areas
K-12 Program Areas
  • The K-12 Program Areas support a balanced,
    comprehensive, and globally competitive education
    for every child.

Linda Crouch Christie Lynch Ebert Program
Assistant V Section Chief
Marshall Foster (Districts 6,7,8) Data Manager
(Vacant)
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K-12 Program Areas
Arts Education
  • Comprehensive Arts Education
  • In todays globally competitive world,
    innovative thinking and creativity are essential
    for all school children. High quality,
    standards-based instruction in the arts develops
    these skills and effectively engages, retains,
    and prepares future-ready students for graduation
    and success in an entrepreneurial economy.
    Dance, music, theatre arts, and visual arts,
    taught by licensed arts educators and integrated
    throughout the curriculum, are critical to North
    Carolinas 21st century education.

35
Arts Education Support

Please visit the ArtsR4Life web page on this wiki
for additional information!
K-12 Program Areas
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K-12 Program Areas
Stay Connected Arts Education
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • _at_ARTSEDNC
  • Like Us on Facebook at N.C. K-12 Arts Education
  • Arts Ed Wikispace
  • http//ances.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  • Join the ArtsEd Listserv to stay informed
  • email christie.lynchebert_at_dpi.nc.gov or
    slater.mapp_at_dpi.nc.gov

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ESL/Title III Highlights
K-12 Program Areas
  • Annual EL Support Conference Growing Success for
    ELs July 26-28th, 2016
  • Professional Development for classroom and ESL
    teachers on co-teaching, writing,
    observation/coaching, WIDA, SIOP, ExC-ELL,
    LinguaFolio.
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/curriculum/esl/
  • List of upcoming training available at
  • http//eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/ProfessionalD
    evelopmentC2A0
  • Digital Integration Training April 2016

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ESL/Title III Ongoing
K-12 Program Areas
  • ELD Wikispace
  • http//eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  • EL Support Team
  • http//eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/ELLSupportTe
    am
  • NC WIDA Module
  • http//eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/NCWIDAModule
    s
  • Instructional Materials and Resources
  • http//eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Materials26
    Resources
  • Charter School Support
  • http//eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/NCCharterSch
    ools

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School Counseling
K-12 Program Areas
  • Providing leadership,
  • professional development
  • and technical assistance to build and sustain
    capacity of LEAs and charters in the
    implementation of
  • NC Professional School Counselor Standards and
    Evaluation,
  • NC K-12 Guidance Essential Standards, and
  • G.S. 115C-316.1 Duties of School Counselors
  • in order to implement data-driven comprehensive
    school counseling programs that effectively
    address the varied needs of all learners and
    school improvement goals.

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School Counseling Highlights 2015-16
K-12 Program Areas
  • Facilitating a state leadership team to
    strengthen pre-service and in-service for school
    administrators and school counselors to support
    them in promoting college and career readiness
    K-12
  • Collaborating with the NCSCA on conference and
    regional professional development opportunities
    for school counselors and counselor supervisors
  • Increasing on-line training opportunities
  • Providing ongoing communication through the
    listserv newsletter and School Counseling Wiki

41
School Counseling Resources
K-12 Program Areas
  • NCDPI School Counseling Wikispace
    http//schoolcounseling.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/
  • NCDPI School Counseling Web Pages
    http//www.ncpublicschools.org/studentsupport/coun
    seling/
  • NCDPI School Counseling Evaluation Resources
    http//ncees.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/SupportStaff
  • NCDPI School Counseling on Facebook
    https//www.facebook.com/ncdpi.schoolcounseling
  • Cynthia Floyd at cynthia.floyd_at_dpi.nc.gov

42
World Language Highlights 2015-16
K-12 Program Areas
  • Facilitating a state leadership team to share
    professional development resources that can be
    used locally at the district or school level to
    implement the North Carolina World Language
    Essential Standards
  • Collaborating with Arts Education, Global
    Education, School Counseling, Social Studies and
    other areas to support initiatives like
    LinguaFolio, the Global Languages Endorsement for
    high school diplomas, and the CAST Module for
    World Languages
  • Providing ongoing communication through 4
    listservs and the World Language Education
    newsletter

43
World Language Highlights 2015-16
K-12 Program Areas
  • Broadcasting a free quarterly webinar series for
    World Language Curriculum Leaders that includes
    information on topics such as assessing
    proficiency, course codes, the Analysis of
    Student Work(ASW) Process, implementing state
    standards, etc.
  • Archived materials from September 8th and
    December 8th are available, including recordings
    of the broadcasts
  • Registration links for the March 8th and May 10th
    broadcasts are posted on the Professional
    Development Sectionof the World Languages wiki
    http//wlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/

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World Language Resources
K-12 Program Areas
  • NCDPI World Languages Wikispace
    http//wlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/
  • NCDPI World Language Web Page http//www.ncpublics
    chools.org/curriculum/worldlanguages/
  • NCDPI Dual Language/Immersion Programs Wikispace
    http//ncdliprograms.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/
  • NCDPI World Language Administrator Guides
    Wikipage http//wlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Admini
    stratorGuides
  • Ann Marie Gunter at ann.gunter_at_dpi.nc.gov or
    919-807-3865

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Science Summer Institute 2016
In this workshop, participants will use Revised
Blooms Taxonomy and other national documents to
unpack the NC Science Essential Standards.
Participants will collaborate with their
colleagues and NCDPI staff to gain a deeper
understanding of alignment and use that knowledge
to improve the alignment among the standards,
instruction and assessment within the context of
unit lesson design. Participants will receive
free resources CEUs.
FEE FREE!
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Science Summer Institute 2016
Dates and locations June 14
15 Surry County Schools June 22 23
Rowan-Salisbury Schools July 12 13 Beaufort
County Schools July 12 13 Lee County
Schools July 19 20 Pitt County Schools Aug
2 3 Appalachian State U. Participants will
receive free resources CEUs.
FEE FREE! Contact Marilyn Johns
919-807-3929
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Science Summer Institute 2016
Space is limited and filled on a first come-
first served basis. RSVP today! Contact Marilyn
Johns 919-807-3929
Email Marilyn.johns_at_dpi.nc.gov
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Social Studies
  • WEBINAR TITLE Fostering Curiosity and Sustaining
    Learning in the Social Studies Classroom 
  • DESCRIPTION Students who are able to ask their
    own questions are more engaged and take greater
    ownership of their learning. Join us for an
    interactive webinar to explore the art of asking
    meaningful questions and designing learning
    experiences that encourages students curiosity,
    deeper engagement, and greater autonomy. Instructi
    onal strategies will be shared and educators will
    have the opportunity to discuss the challenges
    and successes of engaging students in the inquiry
    process.
  • TIME March 17, 2016 from 4-5 p.m.
  • REGISTRATION LINK https//attendee.gotowebinar.co
    m/register/7791583969188179457
  • For questions about this webinar, contact
    Justyn.Knox_at_dpi.nc.gov .

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Social Studies
  • Professional Development Needs
  • As you reflect on the professional development
    needs and areas of growth for your districts we
    have created a Professional Development Request
    Form. If you are in need of technical assistance
    or professional development support from the
    NCDPI Social Studies team, please complete this
    form.
  • You may also contact Fay.Gore_at_dpi.nc.gov

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Math Updates
  • K-5 Mathematics
  • K-2 Summative Assessments (released to district
    leaders in March)
  • 5th Grade Proof of Concept Study
  • Next Steps Document (5th Grade pilot)
  • PAEMST Nominate a K-6 teacher for the
    Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and
    Science Teaching.
  • Professional Development Offered
  • Principles to Actions (1 or 2 day training)
  • K-2 Assessment Webinar available on the wiki (PD
    Webinars)
  • Reading and Writing in Math

51
Math Updates
  • Middle School Mathematics
  • Currently working to update the Unpacking
    Documents for Grades 6, 7, and 8
  • Standards review process for Grade 6, 7, and 8
    will take place in the near future
  • Professional Development Offered
  • Principles to Actions (1 or 2 day training
    requested in Districts 3 and 5 and NCCTM State
    Conference)
  • Middle School Math Summit Reviewing data to
    provide focus and teacher develop of Proportional
    Reasoning (Previewed in District 8)

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Math Updates
  • Middle School Mathematics
  • Professional Development Offered
  • Middle School Coherence Series Created this
    year to increase understanding of middle school
    math concepts and the connections of standards
    within and between grades
  • Fractions and Ratios Proportional Reasoning
    (requested in Districts 1 2, State Middle
    School Conference and CCSA)
  • Developing Functions from Proportional Reasoning
    (requested in District 2)
  • Expression and Equations (requested in District
    2)
  • Geometry (available soon)
  • Statistics and Probability (available soon)

53
Math Updates
  • High School Mathematics
  • Updated Unpacking Documents for Math I, II and
    III
  • Updated Notes for the NCSCOS for Math I, II and
    III
  • Updated the 4th Level Course Indicators for
    Advanced Functions and Modeling, Discrete Math
    and Pre-Calculus
  • Currently working with a team of high school
    teachers, district math leaders, and college
    professors on the standards review process for
    Math I, II and III
  • Standards review process for the 4th Level Math
    courses in the near future
  • Professional Development Offered
  • Principles to Actions (1 or 2 day training
    requested in District 3 and 5 and NCCTM State
    Conference)

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  • Please check out the NC DPI Math Wiki for
    resources and updated documents!

Kitty Rutherford Elementary Mathematics Consultant 919-807-3841 kitty.rutherford_at_dpi.nc.gov Denise Schulz Elementary Mathematics Consultant 919-807-3842 denise.schulz_at_dpi.nc.gov
Lisa Ashe Secondary Mathematics Consultant 919-807-3909 lisa.ashe_at_dpi.nc.gov Joseph Reaper Secondary Mathematics Consultant 919-807-3691 joseph.reaper_at_dpi.nc.gov
Dr. Jennifer Curtis K 12 Mathematics Section Chief 919-807-3838 jennifer.curtis_at_dpi.nc.gov Susan Hart Mathematics Program Assistant 919-807-3846 susan.hart_at_dpi.nc.gov
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