Welcome from Ray Cagan                                        Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership                       ...
Roles and ResponsibilitiesROLE             RESPONSIBILITIES FOR EACH ENTITY                                    PURPOSE/MEM...
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parents. Share on Art IS Education web site and in person with groups such as         Alliance Retreats.      • Projected ...
•   Alameda County Library booklet including of events at 10 library locations.•   Photo and video documentation collected...
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Alameda County Office of Education Alliance                                       for Arts Learning Leadership            ...
DEI needs this from ACOE office: names of one key person in outlying districts (particularly south county) wecontact); tec...
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Objective Three: Promote value of dance in Alameda County to a wider audience (fromparents to decision-makers)       Strat...
Alameda County Office of Education Alliance                                 Arts Learning Leadership                      ...
What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes):  1. Network of demonstration schools  2. Performance assessmen...
Alameda County Office of Education                                  Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership                 ...
Alameda County Office of Education                                  Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership                 ...
Alameda County Office of Education Alliance                                          for Arts Learning Leadership         ...
Alameda County Office of Education                                  Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership                 ...
Alameda County Office of Education                                 Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership                  ...
Alameda County Office of Education                             Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership                      ...
The following chart lists the strands and understanding goals for the institute.   Strand 1                        Strand ...
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  1. 1. Welcome from Ray Cagan Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Governance Structure 2012-2013Mapping the Next 10 Years Planning and Implementation Focus Groups Focus Areas Groups Oversight Committees • Integrated Learning Specialist Program Teaching and Learning • Integrated Learning Summer Institute Teaching and Learning Purpose: Develop a professional community of educators to respond • Regional Afterschool Arts Integration to students’ diverse learning needs Steering Committee • Dance Education Initiative Purpose: Thoughtfully connecting everyone together and following the details Representatives from: Alameda County Arts District Planning • Middle School Science and Arts Integration Commission Purpose: Make systemic change Alameda County Office of by building leadership capacity and • Demonstration Schools and New Assessments District Planning Education accountability within and across Cal Performances school districts for equitable access • CCSESA Region IV County Arts Lead California State PTA to arts learning and arts integration California State University • Alameda County Art and Life Skills East Bay Justice Matters KQED San Francisco Ballet Teaching Artists Organized Communication for • Art IS Education Month Motivating Change Communication for Purpose: Support policy change • Website and Social Media Motivating Change that situates arts at the core of the highest quality public education
  2. 2. Roles and ResponsibilitiesROLE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR EACH ENTITY PURPOSE/MEMBERSHIP/WHOPLANNING AND  Created based on need to address specific issues or  Representatives of partner and collaborating agenciesIMPLEMENTATION accomplish defined objectives who are charged with implementation of specificGROUPS  Constituted as defined partnerships between project project participants who bring financial resources and/or expertise  Develop, design, and direct the project  Performs and executes programmatic work; implements program  Makes recommendations to the program oversight committee based on results of their work  Frequency of meetings as nature of work requiresOVERSIGHT  Provide expertise in program area  Experts in the fieldCOMMITTEES  Evaluates the program against defined strategic objectives  Representatives of Alliance partners and annual workplans  Makes recommendations to the Steering Committee regarding allocation of resources  Meets 3x/year or as nature of work requiresSTEERING  Understand the goals and philosophy of the Alliance and  Representatives of lead partnership agenciesCOMMITTEE support its strategic plan  Alameda County Office of Education staff  Provide professional and organizational expertise to reach  Alameda County Arts Commission staff Alliance goals and oversee implementation of strategies  Review periodic updates and assess progress towards strategic plan goals  Actively promote and serve as a spokesperson for the Alliance: within organization and with constituents, policy/decision makers and the general public  Build leadership in the Alliance governance structure  Review the Steering Committee ongoing work priorities as well as composition and recommend new partners  Meets monthly to review and set direction
  3. 3. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Afterschool Arts IntegrationDate Submitted: Sept. 28, 2012Lead Alliance Team Member: Jackie ShonerdMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Ai Vu avu@acoe.orgTana Johnson tanajohnson@gmail.comKim Turner kim@ahc-oakland.orgTrena Noval tnoval@speakeasy.netJennyann Carthern jcarthern@gmail.comMargaret Dunlap mbd123@pacbell.netMission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts Learning Leadershipis to establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, across the curriculum, forevery child, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes): - Increase opportunities for Region 4 afterschool programs to access high quality arts-integrated programming, with an emphasis on STEAM/STEM learning - Increase understanding of the interconnections between the Studio Habits of Mind with the Common Core State Standards and the New Generation Science StandardsThis is how (activities): - Share resources and frameworks for integrating arts learning into STEM learning (STEAM) with 2 up to 250 afterschool sites participating in the Power of Discovery: STEM grant - Share common links between Studio Habits of Mind with the Common Core State Standards and the New Generation Science Standards with prospective workshop presenters - Provide workshops and examples of high quality arts integration afterschool at the Region 4 afterschool conferences with an emphasis on STEAM/STEM learning (Kick-off Conference Aug. 7, 2012 and Bridging the Bay Conference Feb. 1-2, 2013)What are the benchmarks for success?- Exhibit at Aug. 7 Region 4 Afterschool Kick-Off Conference (“Can a Chair Save the Planet?”)- Workshops and quality examples of STEAM learning identified for presentations at Bridging the Bay Feb. 1-2; positive feedback from participants.- Examples of STEAM learning resources and strategies included in workshops presented to participants 2in the Power of Discovery: STEM grant as part of the needs assessment and program planning process.Documentation or final products: - Conference programs - Workshop participant evaluation forms - Resource lists, website links - Feedback from sites participating in the Power of Discovery: STEM2 grant - Exhibits at workshops/ conferences
  4. 4. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Mid-Year Workplan Update 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Afterschool Arts IntegrationDate Submitted: January 23, 2013Lead Alliance Team Member: Jackie ShonerdMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Ai Vu avu@acoe.orgTana Johnson tanajohnson@gmail.comKim Turner kim@ahc-oakland.orgTrena Noval tnoval@speakeasy.netJennyann Carthern jcarthern@gmail.comMission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts Learning Leadershipis to establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, across the curriculum, forevery child, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish: - Increase opportunities for Region 4 afterschool programs to access high quality arts-integrated programming, with an emphasis on STEAM/STEM learning - Increase understanding of the interconnections between the Studio Habits of Mind with the Common Core State Standards and the New Generation Science StandardsThis is how (activities): - Share resources and frameworks for integrating arts learning into STEM learning (STEAM) with 2 up to 250 afterschool sites participating in the Power of Discovery: STEM grant - Share common links between Studio Habits of Mind with the Common Core State Standards and the New Generation Science Standards with prospective workshop presenters - Provide workshops and examples of high quality arts integration afterschool at the Region 4 afterschool conferences with an emphasis on STEAM/STEM learning (Kick-off Conference Aug. 7, 2012 and Bridging the Bay Conference Feb. 1-2, 2013)What are the benchmarks for success?- Exhibit at Aug. 7 Region 4 Afterschool Kick-Off Conference (“Can a Chair Save the Planet?”) Thisexhibit and the Common Core workshop that included dramatizing informational text were highlyrated by participants.- Workshops and quality examples of STEAM learning identified for presentations at Bridging the Bay conference positive feedback from participants. 18 sessions with arts learning and/or STEAM focus are scheduled at Region 4 Bridging the Bay, Feb. 1-2, 2013 by 8 different Arts Learning providers. Performances by Bay Area K-12 Youth are featured on both days.- Examples of STEAM learning resources and strategies included in workshops to be presented to 2participants in the Power of Discovery: STEM grant as part of the needs assessment and programplanning process and through workshop offerings. The Jan. 15 Power of Discovery Workshop #1 inthe series emphasized fostering creativity as integral to STEM/STEAM learning. Videoconferenceworkshops including STEAM resources are in the process of being scheduled for March and April.Documentation or final products: - Conference programs - Workshop participant evaluation forms - Resource lists, website links 2 - Feedback from sites participating in the Power of Discovery: STEM grant - Exhibits at workshops/ conferences
  5. 5. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Art IS EducationDate Submitted: 09/26/12Lead Alliance Team Member: Violet JunoMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Name / Organization Program Position / EmailUnique Holland / ACOE Strategic Initiatives &Communications & Assistant to Supt. / uholland@acoe.orgNate Ivy / ACOE Service Learning Waste Reduction Coordinator nivy@acoe.orgViolet Juno / ACAC Arts Education Coordinator / violet.juno@acgov.orgSabrina KleinBelinda Taylor / Teaching Artists Organized /Belinda@teachingartistsorganized.orgSusan Manbiean / Fremont Unified Arts Specialist / susanpatriciasdesigns@yahoo.comScott Miner / ACAC Commissioner / scottaminer@hotmail.comGary Morrison / Alameda County Library Teen Services Coor / GMorrison@aclibrary.orgRachel Osajima / Alameda County Arts Commission ED / Rachel.Osajima@acgov.orgPedro Naranjo / Alameda County Health Care Services Agency / Pedro.Naranjo@acgov.orgLara Jealous / Montclair Elem School Art & Environmental Ed Co-Chair / larajealous@comcast.netDarlene Wilhelm/ Fremont Unified / Walters Junior High / dwilhelm@fremont.k12.ca.usMission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts LearningLeadership is to establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, acrossthe curriculum, for every child, in every school, every day.Art IS Education Background:Art IS Education is a program of the Alameda County Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership, aproject of the Alameda County Office of Education in partnership with the Alameda County ArtsCommission. Art IS Education is an annual showcase of arts learning in Alameda Countyschools in March during national arts education month. Events include presentations of visualand performing arts created by K-12 students with a public gathering at a school or communitysite. Over the last 12 years, Art IS Education has become a highly visible countywide event thatcreates a vehicle for students to share with their community what they are learning in andthrough the arts.What this group plans to: accomplish (anticipated outcomes), how (activities),benchmarks, and current activities: 1. Promote participation through the 2013 Theme (anticipated outcome) • Goal of theme is to continue to build on the success of the 2012 theme and provide multiple entry points for youth and families to envision making positive change for themselves, their communities and the world through the arts • Projected Activities: Create and promote a ready-to-use lesson plan based on the theme that could be used by schools, teachers, teaching artists, librarians, and
  6. 6. parents. Share on Art IS Education web site and in person with groups such as Alliance Retreats. • Projected Benchmarks: Create lesson plan, develop student and community artwork samples, photograph artwork, submit to Art IS Ed web site, share with partners, and present at convenings. • Current Activities: o Theme identified: “Every Child is Creative” o Initial lesson planning begun: Project will build on highly successful community quilt project from 2012. 2. Continue to build and strengthen county partnerships from 2012 (anticipated outcome) • Goal of partnership work is to continue to build upon and deepen county partnerships to encourage and strengthen multi-level partnerships between county government, city and civic organizations, local arts organizations, school districts, and local artists to advance a common understanding that the arts are an essential part of a complete education for every child, and a thriving Alameda County. • Projected Activities: Deepen and expand partnerships with Alameda County Library, New Beginnings Program, 100 Families Alameda County, Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, Alameda County Probation, Alameda County Sustainability Program Service Learning Waste Reduction Project. Specific activities include: Convene planning groups and meetings, develop plans for new and continuing projects, promote, document and reflect on projects. • Projected Benchmarks: Project plans created and shared with partners, project promotion created and shared, documentation and evaluation documents created and shared. • Current Activities: Initial planning begun with several partners. Art IS Ed P&I Group meetings have been scheduled to take place at the Office Building of the Alameda County Arts Commission: o Monday, October 29, 3:00-4:30pm (Rm 1105) o Monday, January 14, 3:00-4:30pm (Rm 1107) o Monday, May 13, 3:00-4:30pm (Rm 1105) 3. Provide feedback on proposed action steps that link to the theme (anticipated outcome) • Goal of the action steps is provide the basis for public engagement at Art IS Education 2013 events. • Projected Activities: Provide feedback on action steps suggested by the Communicating for Motivating Change group that might use an online letter/fax campaign targeting elected officials focusing on timely issue facing arts education during March 2013. • Projected Benchmarks: Receive suggested action steps, submit feedback. • Current Activities: Art IS Ed P&I Group Lead, Violet Juno, is scheduled to attend Communicating for Motivating Change meetings to act as a liaison between the two groups to facilitate projected activities.Anticipated documentation or final products: • Art IS Education information sheet, poster and custom poster. • New theme-based lesson plan, artwork examples, and photographs of resulting theme-based projects. • Alameda County Board of Supervisors Art IS Education proclamation.
  7. 7. • Alameda County Library booklet including of events at 10 library locations.• Photo and video documentation collected from AC Library events.• Updates to family resource web page on Alameda County Library web site for Art IS Education related books, and web links.• Updates to dedicated educator resource web page on Alameda County Sustainability web site for lesson plans, books, and web links.• County of Alameda press releases about Art IS Education partnership events and any resulting press.• Information sheet for Art IS Education Exhibitions at County Administration building.
  8. 8. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Mid Year Report 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: CCSESA Region IV County Arts LeadDate Submitted: 01/28/13Time Period this form covers: 09/01/12 – 06/30/13Lead Alliance Team Member: Carolyn CarrChair, Louise Music, ACOE, lmusic@acoe.orgMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Susan Stauter, SFCOE, San Francisco, artssf@aol.comTerry Longoria, NCOE, Napa County, tlongoria@ncoe.k12.ca.usAntigone Trimis, SFUSD, San Francisco antigone@mindspring.comAudra Pittman, San Mateo County Office of Ed.,apittman@smcoe.k12.ca.usRob Daniels, VAPA, SFUSD, DanielsR1@sfusd.eduEllen ArenasJudy Arrow, jarrow@marin.k12.ca.usJan Sabo, jsabo@ncoe.k12.ca.usKathy Farros-Hoepner, Solano COE, Kathyf@vusd.solanocoe.k12.ca.usLaura Trahan, Marin COE, ltrahan@marin.k12.ca.usLouise Barbee, Contra Costa County (lbarbee@cccoe.k12.ca.us)Miki Hsu Leavey, Napa, mikihsuleavey@pacbell.net; mleavey@ncoe.k12.ca.us;Marsha Tokuyoshi, Contra Costa County MTokuyoshi@cccoe.k12.ca.usPhil Rydeen, VAPA, OUSD phil.rydeen@ousd.k12.ca.usSusan Spain, Marin COE, sspain@marin.k12.ca.usSuzanne McCulloch, VAPA, BUSD (suzannemcculloch@berkeley.net)What this group planned to accomplish (anticipated outcomes for 2012-13 annual workplan):Together the committee will look at how county offices of education can help schools andschool districts transition to a new generation of performance assessments aligned to Californiacommon core standards through arts learning. Meeting topics will include:• Arts learning and Common Core standards professional development• The 6th annual, regional Leadership Forum on Collective Impact and Mapping the Next 10Years – January 9, 2013• Arts learning in court and community schools• Arts learning in after school• The second annual Region 4 Integrated Learning Summer Institute August 13-15, 2013Progress to date:The January meeting of this group co-convened with the Regional Summer Institute (SI) Planningand Implementation group (including Caren Gutierrez, Asian Art Museum; Roxanne Padgett,MOCHA; Janice Jackson, SCOPE; Belinda Taylor, TAO; Kristen Farr, KQED; Nate Ivy, ACOE;Mariah Landers, ACOE; Louise Music, ACOE; Carolyn Carr, ACOE). This was a joint working meetingWhere members weighed in on the presented SI throughline and strands and made recommendationsfor plenary speakers/performers and mini course presenters.
  9. 9. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Mid Year Report 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Dance Education InitiativeDate Submitted: 01/23/13Time Period this form covers: 09/01/12 – 06/30/13Lead Alliance Team Member: Nancy Ng and Ashlie KirbysMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Name / Organization Program Position / EmailNancy Ng, Director of Community Engagement, Luna Dance Institute, nng@lunadanceinstitute.orgAnnika Presley, Director of Education, AXIS Dance Company, Annika@axisdance.orgAvilee Goodwin, Dance Specialist, Alameda County, agoodwin@anyways.comCheryl Eccles, pre-K Dance Educator, Berkeley and Oakland , cleccles2@comcast.netHeidi Sawicki, PE/Dance Teachers, PUSD, hsawicki@piedmont.k12.ca.usAshlie Kirby, Teaching Artist, Luna Dance Institute, akirby@lunadanceinstitute.orgValerie Gutwirth, Dance Specialist, BUSD, valeriegutwirth@berkeley.netLinda Carr, Dance Teachers, AHA Berkeley HighCarolyn Carr, ACOE repDanae Rees, Co-President, CDEA, danae.e.rees@gmail.comWhat this group planned to accomplish (anticipated outcomes from 2012-13 Workplan):Items below taken from objectives in workplan:1. Identify dance programming happening in Alameda County (carried over from 2011-12 year)2. Develop network to support Alameda County dance artists, educators and providers3. Promote value of dance in Alameda County to a wider audience (from parents to decision-makers)Progress to date:Objective One: This group met 1/23/13 and decided how to implement at survey that will be administered toschool districts in Alameda County. The survey will be implemented in phases. The first phase will be toidentify one key person in each district that a DEI member will call and ask a short series of questions. In thisconversation, the DEI member will also frame the work of ACOE AALL and how the DEI relates to this.; andask for potential survey respondents for the 2nd phase of this survey which will probably be online. DEImembers will also direct survey respondents to the Art is Ed. Website. Some of the survey information wewish to ultimately find our includes: Is dance happening in your district? When does it happen (in-school/after-school)?; Who provides it and what is the fte? (certificated personnel, TA, arts group); How much do thestudents get? (ongoing for whole year, 10-week residency, which grades); What kind of dance? (cultural, folk,creative, etc.)? How is it funded? ; What is program longevity? The first phase will be administered in February.DEI will meet in March to review data and decide next steps. The ultimate goal is to create a map of danceedu. for ACOE.
  10. 10. DEI needs this from ACOE office: names of one key person in outlying districts (particularly south county) wecontact); technical support once the survey is online. We would like to link online survey through Art Is websiteand use ACOE IT to help us analyze data and create map. Carolyn Carr told us she would help with this.Objective Two: DEI will use dance education events already scheduled to network dance educators andsupport survey data collection – this includes CDEA conference 2/02/13 (many of the DEI members will bethere); and Luna Arts Education Forum April 20th.Objective Three: DEI members looked at ACOE ArtIs website. Many folks had not seen this yet. Memberswill post on website so that WHAT IS happening in Alameda County can be made visible as advocacy tool fordance education.DEI needs this from ACOE IT: ability to upload video link to web postings. We also would like the new AALLcoordinator Ray Kagan attend our March meeting scheduled for 3/13/13 Wed. 4-6 pm at Luna.
  11. 11. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Dance Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Dance Education InitiativeDate Submitted: 10/03/12Lead Alliance Team Member: Nancy Ng (Luna Dance Institute); Luna representative may chancethis year.Members of Group (please include email addresses):Nancy Ng nng@lunadanceinstitute.orgJochelle Perena jperena@lunadanceinstitute.orgHeidi Sawicki heidi-o@comcast.netAvilee Goodwin agoodwin@anyways.comAnnika Nonhebel annika@axisdance.orgCheryl Eccles cleccles2@comcast.netMission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts Learning Leadershipis to establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, across the curriculum, forevery child, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes):(From 2012-13 strategic plan goals; some 2011-12 goals have been carried to this academicyear.)Goal: Promote the value of dance and develop network of Alameda County dance resources.Objective One: Identify dance programming happening in Alameda County (carried over from2011-12 year) Strategies: 1) Survey city unified school district offices and county-wide arts organizations through ACOE website. 2) Develop follow-up plan for surveyObjective Two: Develop network to support Alameda County dance artists, educators andproviders Strategies: 1) Use information from surveys to develop network database 2) Convene network at an event where they can support and learn from each other 3) Link with other dance institutions that can support convening (ie. California Dance Education Association, Luna Dance Institute’s Dance Education Forum 2013) 10/03/12 nn
  12. 12. Objective Three: Promote value of dance in Alameda County to a wider audience (fromparents to decision-makers) Strategies: 1) You tube link to ACOE web page 2) Encourage network to showcase dance publicly in their community (use existing outlets – Bay Area National Dance Week, Dance Anywhere, Earth Day)This is how (activities):See question above.Documentation or final products: • Survey results • Follow-up plan from survey • Possibly a network database? (As all communication is through new ACOE website should consider using this) • Description and photo documentation of event (network convening) 10/03/12 nn
  13. 13. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Mid Year Report 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group:Demonstration School and Assessment Planning and Implementation GroupDate Submitted: 01/23/13Time Period this form covers: 09/01/12 – 06/30/13Lead Alliance Team Member: Ingrid RobersonMembers of Group (please include email addresses): Alameda County Office of Eduation • Alicia Gonzalez, Math Coordinator (agonzalez@acoe.org) • L. Karen Monroe, Associate Superintendent (lkmonroe@acoe.org) • Louise Music, Executive Director (lmusic@acoe.org) • Aaron Tigerino, Math Coordinator (atigerino@acoe.org) California Office to Reform Education • Shannah Estep, Manager of Curriculum Integration • Ben Miller, Director of Standards, Instruction and Assessment Envision Learning Partners • Symon Hayes, Director of Professional Development (symon@envisionlearning.org) • Erika Nielsen Andrew, Executive Director (erika@envisionlearning.org) Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education • Diane Friedlaender, Senior Associate (diane.f@stanford.edu) • Janice Jackson, Executive Director (janice.jackson@stanford.edu) Other • David Foster, Silicon Valley Math Initiative, (dfoster@svmimac.org) • Phil Rydeen, Visual and Performing Arts Manager, Oakland Unified School District (prydeen@ousd.k12.ca.us)Purpose: The purpose of this working group is to establish a network of demonstration schoolsthat utilize performance assessments as aligned to the integrations of art learning in corecontent areas.
  14. 14. What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes): 1. Network of demonstration schools 2. Performance assessmentsThis is how (activities): This group will meet bi-monthly to plan and coordinate both thenetwork of demonstration schools and performance assessment activities that support artsintegration into core content areas. Key activities include: • Recruitment of new cohort of schools for Envision Learning’s Bay Area Performance Assessment Network, and • Development of performance tasks with CORE districts in the core content areas of English Language Arts and Mathematics.
  15. 15. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group:Demonstration Schools and Performance AssessmentsDate Submitted:09/28/2012Lead Alliance Team Member:Ingrid RobersonMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Alicia Gonzalez agonzalez@acoe.orgAaron Tigerino atigerino@acoe.orgLouise Music lmusic@acoe.orgL. Karen Monroe lkmonroe@acoe.orgMission:The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership is toestablish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, across the curriculum, for everychild, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes):This group will establish a network of demonstrations schools that utilize performance assessments asaligned to the integrations of art learning to core content areas.This is how (activities):This group will meet bi-monthly to plan and coordinate performance assessment activities that supportarts integration into core content areas. This group will asset map coordinated partner activities that makevisible performance assessment in demonstration schools.What are the benchmarks for success?There will be quarterly progress reports.Documentation or final products:There will be performance assessments aligned to arts integration.
  16. 16. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: IMSS/TARI: Integrating Middle School Science and TeacherAction Research InitiativeDate Submitted: September 28, 2012Lead Alliance Team Member: Carolyn S. CarrMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Chair: Mike Walbridge, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, SLUSD mwalbridge@sanleandro.k12.ca.usMiddle School Leadership: Bancroft: Principal: Jonathan ? Muir: Vice Principal: Zach Kahn, zlahn@sanleandro.k12.ca.usElementary School Principal: Washington: Tracey Lantz tlantz@sanleandro.k12.ca.usScience: Ai Vu (IMSS) avu@acoe.orgTeacher Action Research: Anna Richert (Mills Teacher Scholars) ae.richert@gmail.com Carrie Wilson (Mills Teacher Scholars) wilson.carriekate@gmail.com Claire Bove: Wilson (Mills Teacher Scholars) cbove@gmail.comEnglish Language Arts: Cynthia Medina (ACOE ELD Coach) cmedina@acoe.orgEvaluation: Diane Friedlander (Stanford) dianef@stanford.eduTeaching Artist: Brett Cook brettcookmail@gmail.comArts Integration PD: Tana Johnson (ACOE) tanajohnson@gmail.comCoordination: Carolyn Carr (ACOE) carolynscarr@gmail.comOversight: Louise Music (ACOE) lmusic@acoe.orgMission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership isto establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, across the curriculum, forevery child, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes) and how:1. Implement 4 daylong professional development workshops (Sept, Dec, Feb, Mar) that integrate Science, ELA and the arts by meeting with coaches to co-design scaffolded, arts integrated lessons.2. Gather data on how teachers are assessing student work by creating & implementing a coaching plan that brings coaches to schools sites to work with teachers on how they are looking at and assessing student work meaningfully.3. Present data outcomes from surveys to principals in the fall and spring so that they understand the scope of the work deepening content knowledge through arts integration.What are the benchmarks for success? Each teacher will develop one arts integrated lesson or unitby the end of the school year.Documentation or final products: Each completed arts integrated lesson/unit will be uploaded ontothe Alliance website. PowerPoints from each PD will be made available online.
  17. 17. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Mid Year Report 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: IMSS/TARI: Integrating Middle School Science and Teacher Action Research InitiativeDate Submitted: 01/23/13Time Period this form covers: 09/01/12 – 06/30/13Lead Alliance Team Member: Carolyn CarrMembers of Group:Mike Walbridge, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, SLUSD mwalbridge@sanleandro.k12.ca.usMiddle School Leadership:Bancroft: Principal: Jonathan Ferrer, jferrer@sanleandro.k12.ca.usMuir: Vice Principal: Zach Kahn, zlahn@sanleandro.k12.ca.usElementary School Principal: Washington: Tracey Lantz tlantz@sanleandro.k12.ca.usScience: Ai Vu (IMSS) avu@acoe.orgTeacher Action Research: Anna Richert (Mills Teacher Scholars) ae.richert@gmail.com Carrie Wilson (Mills Teacher Scholars) wilson.carriekate@gmail.com Claire Bove: Wilson (Mills Teacher Scholars) cbove@gmail.comEnglish Language Arts: Cynthia Medina (ACOE ELD Coach) cmedina@acoe.orgEvaluation: Diane Friedlander (Stanford) dianef@stanford.eduTeaching Artist: Brett Cook brettcookmail@gmail.comArts Integration PD: Tana Johnson (ACOE) tanajohnson@gmail.comCoordination: Carolyn Carr (ACOE) carolynscarr@gmail.comOversight: Louise Music (ACOE) lmusic@acoe.orgWhat this group planned to accomplish (anticipated outcomes from 2012-13 Annual Work Plan):#1: Implement 4 daylong professional development workshops (Sept, Dec, Mar, May) that integrate Science, ELA and the arts by meeting with coaches to co-design scaffolded, arts integrated lessons.#2: Gather data on how teachers are assessing student work by creating & implementing a coaching plan that brings coaches to schools sites to work with teachers on how they are looking at and assessing student work meaningfully.#3 Present data outcomes from surveys to principals in the fall and spring so that they understand the scope of the work deepening content knowledge through arts integration.Progress To Date:#1: Tana Johnson and Brett Cook co-led two successful PDs (Sept 27 and Dec 10) with a total of 15 teachersattending. Evaluations have been positive. Third is currently being planned for March with a focus on Teachingfor Understanding and making the teaching practice and process transparent.#2: Coaches are meeting with small groups of teachers between each PD to look at student work together andget a baseline for assessing their work.#3: Louise and Carolyn have met with district leadership several times to deepen connections and understandingaround PLCs and how to plan strategically for a Principals Meeting scheduled for Feb 26 where DianeFriedlander will present data outcomes from surveys and Carolyn will facilitate a discussion with principals abouthow to align IMSS/TARI strategies with PLC work site by site. Cynthia and Carolyn are meeting with all principalsone-on-one to emphasize the role of site leads and to learn about their site’s PLC.
  18. 18. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Region IV County Arts LeadsDate Submitted: September 28, 2012Lead Alliance Team Member: Louise Music and Carolyn CarrMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Terry Longoria, NCOESusan Stauter, SFCOEAntigone Trimis, SFUSDRob Daniels, VAPA, SFUSDAudra PittmanEllen Arenas? jarrow@marin.k12.ca.us? jsabo@ncoe.k12.ca.usKathy Farros-Hoepner ?Laura Trahan ?Louise Barbee, Contra Costa County (lbarbee@cccoe.k12.ca.us)Miki Hsu Leavey, Napa, mikihsuleavey@pacbell.net; mleavey@ncoe.k12.ca.us; ? MTokuyoshi@cccoe.k12.ca.usPhil Rydeen, VAPA, OUSD phil.rydeen@ousd.k12.ca.usSusan Spain ?Suzanne Mcculloch, VAPA, BUSD (suzannemcculloch@berkeley.net)Mission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts Learning Leadershipis to establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, across the curriculum, forevery child, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes):Together the committee will look at how county offices of education can help schools and schooldistricts transition to a new generation of performance assessments aligned to California common corestandards through arts learning. Meeting topics will include:• Arts learning and Common Core standards professional development• The 6th annual, regional Leadership Forum on Collective Impact and Mapping the Next 10 Years – January 9, 2013• Arts learning in court and community schools• Arts learning in after school• The second annual Region 4 Integrated Learning Summer Institute August 13-15, 2013
  19. 19. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Social Media Planning & Implementation GroupDate Submitted: 10/3/12Lead Alliance Team Member: Jessie WickMembers of Group (please include email addresses):Tana Johnson tanajohnson@gmail.comSusan Wolf swolfprojects@gmail.comTina Silverstein tsilverstein@acoe.orgUnique Holland uholland@acoe.orgMariah Landers mlanders@acoe.orgCarolyn Carr carolynscarr@gmail.comBelinda Taylor belindat@me.comKathy Graddy kgraddy@artiseducation.orgMission: The mission of the Social Media Planning & Implementation Group is to utilize communicationsmedia to increase enrollment in professional development opportunities, support teacher learning andcollaboration and communicate to motivate change and transformation in the public schools in AlamedaCounty.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes):Unified message and more connectedness using all website and social media channelsThis is how (activities):Aligning messaging (blog post announcements, School & Student Stories, Facebook & Twitter activities)to create momentum around events, forums, workshops and annual action step.Implement Phase II of website redeisgn -- including teacher units section.Provide annual calendar for staff to coordinate and focus their blogging and providing information towebsite and social media.Provide any training necessary so that staff can appropriately contribute to the website and other socialmedia.What are the benchmarks for success?:Soliciting & receiving quality Stories to publish on website,continued momentum with arts providers submitting events to calendarimproved statisticssmoothly functioning websiteDocumentation or final products: ● Online published content, and statistics: Facebook likes/views, twitter “re-tweets”, blog post and site views. Online documentation ● Useful, used teacher units section ● Action step collateral
  20. 20. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Mid Year Report 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Regional Summer InstituteDate Submitted: January 23, 2012Lead Alliance Team Member: Carolyn S. CarrMembers of Group (please include email addresses): • Etta Heber, Chabot Space and Science Center eheber@chabot.org • Janice Jackson, SCOPE janice.jackson@stanford.edu • Belinda Taylor, TAO belindat@mac.com • Miko Lee, Youth in Arts mlee@youthinarts.org • Roxanne Padgett, MOCHA roxanne@mocha.org • Julia Marshall, SF State jmarsh@sfusd.org • Helena Carmena, Cal Academy of Sciences hcarmena@calacademy.org • Julie Charles, SFMOMA jcharles@sfmoma.org • Kristen Farr, KQED kfarr@kqed.org • Caren Gutierrez, Asian Art Museum cgutierrez@asianart.org • Nate Ivy, ACOE nivy@acoe.orgMission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts LearningLeadership is to establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education,across the curriculum, for every child, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes):Build on the success of the first year’s institute by: • Refining and starting the RFP process earlier • Providing orientation to RFP process and workshop on presentation skills • Streamlining the online registration process • Developing marketing plan in the fall of 2012 • Increasing outreach for substantial sponsorships to raise more fundingProgress to Date • Set date for August 13-15, 2012 • Secured same location at Chabot Space & Science Center • Held three Planning & Implementation Group meetings between November and January where above members brainstormed themes, strands, plenary speakers & artists, and ideas for mini courses.
  21. 21. The following chart lists the strands and understanding goals for the institute. Strand 1 Strand 2 Strand 3 Rehumanizing Classrooms Citizenship and the Engaging our Creative and Community Environment Power Understanding Goal Understanding Goal Understanding Goal How can we create safe and How can we take How can we harness the respectful human responsibility for the urgent courage and innovation relationships to realize the issues of our natural necessary for each and every potential of our classrooms environment? child to succeed? and communities?Progress to Date (continued) • An all hands Alliance meeting will be held Jan 25 as an orientation for staff about planning for registration (online & onsite), marketing, design/print, faculty roles, and social media presence. • A contract is in process with Chabot Space and Science Center • A contract has been established between Teaching Artists Organized and ACOE to manage registration and volunteers. • A “Registration Open” Eblast has gone out to entire Alliance list. The Alliance website has been updated. • The RFP Eblast is scheduled to go out Jan 29. Proposals are due Feb 25. • Mini courses can now be for one session or a series of two or three sessions across the three days. • The format of Reflection Groups is being reconsidered. Current thinking is to extend the mini course to 2 hours and use the last half hour for reflection. Two faculty would attend each mini course and facilitate the reflection process with the mini course presenter for the last half hour. • The Wine Reception is being moved from the middle to last day of the Institute for a celebratory closing. • Fundraising has began when Carolyn did a pitch for sponsorships for 14K at the recent P&I meeting at Berkeley Rep.
  22. 22. Alameda County Office of Education Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership Planning and Implementation Groups Annual Workplan 2012/13Name of Planning and Implementation Group: Regional Summer InstituteDate Submitted: September 28, 2012Lead Alliance Team Member: Carolyn S. CarrMembers of Group (please include email addresses): • Janice Jackson, SCOPE janice.jackson@stanford.edu • Belinda Taylor, TAO belindat@mac.com • Miko Lee, Youth in Arts mlee@youthinarts.org • Roxanne Padgett, MOCHA roxanne@mocha.org • Helena Carmena, Cal Academy of Sciences hcarmena@calacademy.org • Julie Charles, SFMOMA jcharles@sfmoma.org • Kristen Farr, KQED kfarr@kqed.org • Caren Gutierrez, Asian Art Museum cgutierrez@asianart.org • Evelyn Orantes, Oakland Museum eorantes@museumca.org • Nate Ivy, ACOE nivy@acoe.orgMission: The mission of the Alameda County Office of Education’s Alliance for Arts Learning Leadershipis to establish arts learning at the core of the highest quality public education, across the curriculum, forevery child, in every school, every day.What this group plans to accomplish (anticipated outcomes):Build on the success of the first year’s institute by: • Refining and starting the RFP process earlier • Providing orientation to RFP process and workshop on presentation skills • Streamlining the online registration process • Developing marketing plan in the fall of 2012 • Increasing outreach for substantial sponsorships to raise more fundingThis is how (activities):See attached timelineWhat are the benchmarks for success? High attendance; strong evaluations; increased enrollment inILSP courses; increased attendance at Leadership Retreats; a growth spurt in educational leadershipthroughout the greater community.Documentation or final products: Continue to use and refine the Inventingourfuture@ning.com; involveACOE’s Communications Department in planning the documentation at SI.
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