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  • ET&L will enable teachers to accelerate and personalize education experience through:
  • Assist with the transition to the updated MA Curriculum FrameworksModel Curriculum MapsWGBH documenting the process
  • Online modules – This is the primary means of training by which a user will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to utilize ET&L. Online modules are web-based training components, each covering a specific ET&L task. Most modules are approximately 15 minutes in length, with a few extending to 30 minutes. The modules provide learners with a scenario and then walk them through the steps for completing the task in ET&L. Learners can then practice completing the tasks on their own, with multiple attempts and feedback. Most modules conclude with an assessment, where learners must perform the task on their own and score 80% or higher to complete the module. There are three types of modules: Basic modules cover fundamental Thinkgate functionality and should be taken before completing any tasks in the system.Advanced modules cover more complex tasks and can be taken after beginning to use the system.Optional modules should be taken only by learners who will complete the tasks covered in the module. Some optional modules are basic and others advanced.Learning checkpoints – Learning checkpoints provide learners with support as they complete online modules. The program begins with an orientation webinar and continues with other regularly scheduled webinar checkpoints as learners progress through the basic and advanced online modules. Checkpoints allow learners to receive support from a Thinkgate facilitator, build a support community of peers, learn about upcoming components of the program, and have discussion about best practices, functionality “tips and tricks”, and review any frequently asked questions. Checkpoint webinars are recorded and are available for any staff that is unable to attend. Reference guides and video vignettes – These additional support materials are available at any time within the Reference Center. Learners should use these as their first resource for help and support within Edwin Teaching & Learning.

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  • 1. Edwin Teaching and Learning An integrated suite of teaching and learning tools Andréa (AJ) Kupps Twitter: @DESE_ODL
  • 2. Agenda: http://bit.ly/edwintl Edwin Teaching & Learning Overview Pilot & Rollout Districts Curriculum & Digital Resources Career/Vocational Technical Education (CVTE) Assessment & Reporting 2 Future Plans Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 3. Edwin Teaching & Learning Overview 3 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 4. Thinkgate Movie 4 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 5. 5
  • 6. 6 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 7. Edwin Teaching & Learning  Online access to all Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks, including those for CVTE  Online access to curriculum tools including Model Curriculum Units and Curriculum Maps being developed by educators across the State, to customize and share electronically  Access to increasing numbers of released MCAS items aligned 7 to standards Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 8. Edwin Teaching & Learning  Paper, online and clicker test administration options to determine student progress and areas they need extra help or additional challenges  Data analysis and reporting capabilities including imported 3rd party assessment and MCAS results, with item and standards level analysis  Ability to search for and link to quality, standards-aligned digital content from multiple sources such as PBS Learning Media Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 8
  • 9. MA – Pilot complete OH/MA RFP Published First multi-state IIS meeting @ NCES July 2011 OH/MA contract awarded to Thinkgate Sept 2011 Mar 26 2012 First IIS Requirements Review call GA, MA, NC, OH Dec 21 2012 MA – Rollout to remaining 130 RTTT June 30 2013 Fall 2013 OH – Pilot complete Jointly Read, reviewed, evaluated, scored made final selection from 14 proposals Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 9
  • 10. ET&L Pilot Districts  164 Districts elected to participate in ET&L as part of RTTT  34 Districts began piloting ET&L spring 2013: Agawam KIPP Academy Lynn Revere Ashland Lawrence Saugus Attleboro Lowell Seven Hills Charter School Barnstable Malden Somerville Cambridge Marlborough Wachusett Chelsea Maynard Waltham Clinton Natick Wareham Easthampton Old Colony RVTSD West Springfield Everett Orange Westport Fitchburg Petersham Winthrop Foxboro Regional Charter School Ralph Mahar Worcester Framingham Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 10
  • 11. ET&L Fall ‘13 Rollout Benjamin Banneker Charter Greater Lawrence RVSTSD Quaboag Berkley Lowell Community Charter Public School Sandwich Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter School Medway South Hadley Berkshire Hills Melrose Swansea Blackstone-Millville Nashoba Valley RVTSD Uxbridge Christa McAuliffe Regional Charter Public Neighborhood House Charter School Westford Dudley-Charlton North Andover Whittier RVSTSD East Longmeadow North Brookfield Winchendon Edward Brooke Charter School Northbridge Fairhaven Plainville Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 11
  • 12. Curriculum & Digital Resources 12 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 13. 13 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 14. 14 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 15. 15 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 16. 16 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 17. 17 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 18. 18 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 19. 19 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 20. Curriculum & Digital Resources Curriculum Tools Model Curriculum Units Model Curriculum Maps Curriculum unit and lesson plan templates Curriculum mapping tool Curriculum Development Guide MA Standards-Based High Quality Digital Resources Access to curriculum development and instructional practice videos Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 20
  • 21. Model Curriculum Units Project  100 PK-12 units in ELA/literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies by 2014  30 units released by the end of Aug.  30 units released by the end of Sept.  30 units released by the beginning of Nov.  Understanding By Design (UbD) model  Curriculum Embedded Performance Assessments (CEPAs)  Individual lesson plans within each unit  Resources to support implementation of the entire unit 21 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 22. Career / Vocational Technical Education (CVTE) 22 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 23. Career Vocational Technical Education Competency Tracking Advisory Committee Diverse group, in roles, type of school and geographically Vocational Technical Education Frameworks 44 VTE Frameworks revised and updated Model Curriculum Units (MCUs) in development  Automotive Technology  Carpentry  Culinary Arts  Early Education and Care  Health Assisting 23 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 24. Assessment & Reporting 24 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 25. 25 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious.
  • 26. 26 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 27. 27 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 28. 28 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 29. 29 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 30. 30 *All screen shots are from a sample school district. All names and scores are fictitious. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 31. Assessment & Reporting  Assessment Tools  Item Builder  Addendums, rubrics, figures, tables, graphs  Copy and modify existing items  Assessment Builder  Assessment Administration (w/ security & multiple modes of admin.)  Item and Assessment Banks & Sharing  Reporting Tools  Pre-formatted reports Multi-level Drill-down Reporting by: standards, school, classroom, student, student demographic groups  Report Builder Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 31
  • 32. Future Plans 1. Roadshows 2. Rollout 32 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • 33. Edwin Roadshows Overview of the entire Edwin platform Both Analytics and Teaching and Learning Information on new features that were released Fall ‘13 Two hands-on sessions One for Edwin Teaching and Learning One for Edwin Analytics Showcase features Practice using the various tools and reports Each session ran for 2 hours Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 33
  • 34. Current Rollout 80+ Districts signed up for training cohorts now 4, one-hour webinars Online modules Basic, advanced, optional Most ~15 minutes in length More advanced up to 30 minutes Provide scenario and walk through steps for completion Practice with multiple attempts Concludes with an assessment Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 34
  • 35. T&L Rollout Logistics  SIF Implementation - for near-real-time data transfers  Training – Designate up to 10 staff  1 direct ESE contact  3 main contacts to communicate directly with Thinkgate  Additional others of your choice  Flexible – Districts determine their rollout plan  Timing – Complete roll-out to remaining RTTT districts by end of June 2014  Cost – Subscription costs paid by State school year 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 35
  • 36. Post RTTT Districts participate using negotiated rates Rate can decrease based on number of users Ohio and Massachusetts student numbers are combined to set rate Ohio has a 83% adoption across RTTT districts Total number of Students (OH + MA) Price/student 775,000 $5.92 1,000,000 $5.75 1,250,000 $4.31 1,500,000 $3.84 2,000,000 $3.11 2,250,000 $2.87 2,799,995 $2.50 *prices based on current contract Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 36
  • 37. For more information…  Watch the Edwin website: updates, PD opportunities, webinars, resources: www.doe.mass.edu/Edwin  Follow Edwin on Twitter! @Edwin_DESE  Questions can be submitted to: EdwinT&L@doe.mass.edu  Andrea Kupps: akupps@doe.mass.edu  Office of Digital Learning Twitter: @DESE_ODL Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 37