Center supervisor (12 11 13)

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Here is a Power Point from the last meeting with Administrators. At this meeting, CLASS data from the first round of observations were shared, and administrators engaged in a structured reflective conversation. In addition, administrators reviewed the behavior indicators associated with concept development, and they were provided examples for each behavior indicator. And finally, administrators learned about the expectations of monitoring LAP-3 implementation at centers and at school sites.

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Center supervisor (12 11 13)

  1. 1. MEETING WITH CENTER SUPERVISORS
  2. 2. AGENDA (PART I) • Engage in Holiday Team-Building Exercise • Write Positive Postcards to Key Personnel • Engage in Conversations on CLASS Data • Review Meaning of Concept Development • Participate in Making Learning Meaningful Workshop
  3. 3. AGENDA (PART II) • Discuss Objectives of Technical Support • Review LAP-3 Individualization • Discuss Protocol for Teacher-Child Ratio • Brainstorm Solutions to MLK Staffing Situation • Recognize 3-Star Sites • Schedule Completion of Admin Tasks
  4. 4. WRITE POSITIVE POSTCARDS
  5. 5. WRITE POSITIVE POSTCARDS Take 8 minutes to write a positive postcard to staff member at your site who is going above and beyond for children, families, and colleagues.
  6. 6. ENGAGE IN CONVERSATIONS ON CLASS DATA
  7. 7. CLASS DATA FROM FIRST ROUND OF OBSERVATIONS Lowest 10% Nationally FY 2012 National Average FY 2012 Re-competition Level PC All Observations NC 5.86 TS 1.05 RSP 5.52 5.48 BM PD 5.67 ILF 5.59 CD 5.33 QF 4.13 LM 4.48 ES 4.25 CO 5.95 IS 5.53 4.29
  8. 8. TURN AND TALK Turn and talk to your neighbor and describe what captures your attention after examining the CLASS data from the first round of observations.
  9. 9. TURN AND TALK Turn and talk to your neighbor and describe the agency’s strengths and weaknesses after examining the CLASS data from the first round of observations.
  10. 10. REVIEW MEANING OF CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT
  11. 11. CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT (MEASURES TEACHERS USE OF DISCUSSIONS & ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS & COGNITION & THE TEACHER’S FOCUS ON UNDERSTANDING AS OPPOSED TO ROTE INSTRUCTION) ANALYSIS AND REASONING CREATING THE FOUR BEHAVIOR INDICATORS OF CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATION CONNECTIONS TO THE REAL WORLD
  12. 12. TURN AND TALK Describe the behavior indicator in Concept Development that your teachers have the most difficulty in implementing in the classroom.
  13. 13. PARTICIPATE IN WORKSHOP MAKING LEARNING MEANINGFUL
  14. 14. DISCUSS OBJECTIVES OF TECHNICAL SUPPORT
  15. 15. FOCUS ON TECHNICAL SUPPORT AFTER THE HOLIDAY ►Education Specialists will devote the majority of the technical assistance time ensuring that individualization is occurring with regards to LAP-3. ►Education Specialists will be examining student portfolios on a weekly basis to check to see if individualization is taking place. ►Education Specialists will be analyzing the Individual Learning Objectives forms as further evidence if individualization is occurring in the classroom. ►Education Specialists will be reviewing students’ scores on LAP-3 and making sure that students who needed to be referred are actually being referred.
  16. 16. REVIEW LAP-3 EXPECTATIONS FOR CENTER SUPERVISORS
  17. 17. EXPECTATIONS ABOUT LAP-3 FOR CENTER SUPERVISOR ►Review LAP-3 data at the end of each cycle and monitor individualization. ►Refer students based on LAP-3 data from the BOY and/or MOY. ►Monitor classrooms during free choice ensuring that individualization is occurring in classroom. ►Examine student portfolios on a weekly basis to see if individualization is taking place. ► Analyze the Individual Learning Objectives forms as further evidence if individualization is occurring in the classroom. ►Set up peer observations so that teachers can view best practices from their peers. ►Arrive at the 76-100 range for all domains by the end of the school year.
  18. 18. LAP-3 CALENDAR MONTH EXPECTATIONS December Continue individualization with children until the Winter Break begins. January First Week – Enter the information from each child’s Individual Learning Objectives form into the LAP-3 system; click the Ongoing Assessment section. After information is entered, print the new children’s Individual Learning Objectives skills. (On-going will be on the form.) Second Week – Begin Ongoing Assessment (Individualization). Show documentation of students’ progress on form.
  19. 19. DISCUSS PROTOCOL FOR TEACHER-CHILD RATIO
  20. 20. BRAINSTORM SOLUTIONS TO MLK STAFFING SITUATION
  21. 21. RECOGNIZE 3-STAR SITES
  22. 22. 3 STAR SITES COTTONWOOD HILLVIEW
  23. 23. REVIEW COMPLETION OF ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS
  24. 24. COMPLETION OF ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS • Professional Development Day (12.13.13) • Timesheets (12.16.13) • January Newsletter (12.17.13) • Individualization for Beginning Period Ends for Head Start (12.20.13) • Mid-Year Evaluations(12.20.13) • Sign Up for CLASS Trainings (12.20.13)
  25. 25. DISCUSS OTHER BURNING ISSUES
  26. 26. MEETING WITH CENTER SUPERVISORS

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