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Plainville Data Resources

  1. 1. Goal Groupings –Directions for Today1. Group for interest and role balance – which group do you want to be in – or – do you think you would be most of the most service.2. Review (whole group) the resource slides – I will review the slides from our opening presentation that are most directly related to this activity.3. Review the essential questions for your group – review the questions in your group – make sure everyone is clear on what the meaning and intent is – this is the foundation for the “Want” column.4. Plan for the work – perhaps fill in the want column for each question as a large group – or move directly to… – Describing for each question what the goal of the item implies – answering the “what do we want” question. – Review the district recent history about what is CURRENTLY being done in this area. – Fill in the gap – what is the discrepancy between what we want and what we have.
  2. 2. What we have to do. What we What we want to are already do. doing.© JPC Sr. 2012
  3. 3. Want Have Need
  4. 4. Strategic Planning Linkages Three Basic Questions Improved Student Learning
  5. 5. Alignment is A Coherence Imperative Aligned With Aligned With© JPC Sr. 2012
  6. 6. Goals for Learning Teaching & Assessment Instruction & Data Leadership Curriculum & Focus Resource Communication Deployment Professional Professional Evaluation Support© JPC Sr. 2012
  7. 7. Student Growth Whole-school Observations of Peer or Parentand Development Student Learning Performance and Feedback (10%) (45%) Indicators or Practice (40%) Student Feedback (5%) Outcome Practice Rating Rating (50%) (50%) All of these factors are combined to reach your final annual rating (as described in the Connecticut guidelines). 10/25/2012 7
  8. 8. Common Core State Standards - Organized by the Governors Association (not the USDOE) - 46 States have adopted the CCSS (Language Arts and Math) - They are the official state standards in Connecticut and have been since July 2010.© JPC Sr. 2012
  9. 9. Remember the Mission… Communicate is about Effectively Independent Adaptable more & Collaborative & Creative 21st than Century just Information Skills Higher-Order School. Literacy Thinking Personal Responsibility© Corwin Press - 2011
  10. 10. Teaching & Instruction Goals for Learning Assessment & Data • CCSS instructional shifts • Common Core State Standards • K-3 reading performance • Text/content dependency practices • 21st century skill identification • Student data sets for use in TEM • SBAC alignment and integration (academic/civic & social) • SBAC aligned strategies, • Non-tested curriculum with • 21st century skills practice instructional implementation and CCSS/21CS integration • Information literacy integration daily analysis for improved practice • Balance between mandated and local • Instructional practices for a digital values • 21st century skill and performance learning environment task assessments • Independent and collaborative • Real world digital skill and practices and support Leadership Focus attribute assessment • DPI/SPI/IPI rankings Resource Deployment Curriculum & Communication • DIP/SIP planning • Unified chart of accounts • CCSS Integration and alignment for • Evaluation, tenure and support • Charter school funding process (29-31) ELA and math processes • MBR and small district guidelines • Posting of choice options on website • Governance Councils (if needed) • Allocation of time and schedules to align • 21st century skill integration • Mission and community-wide with priorities and needs • Non-tested curriculum renewal with expectations • Alignment of resource allocations with CCSS/21CS integration and • Coherence and systems approaches digital learning processes readiness • Planning for digital transitions Professional Evaluation Professional Support • K-3 reading instruction test (every year) • Reading instruction • New Teacher/Administrator Evaluation Model • Elimination of CEU requirements implementation (SBOE Guidelines) • Professional Development Committee • Rate every teacher every year • Individual and small group coaching sessions • Tenure and termination process changes. (preponderance of 18 hours focused on priorities) and • Validator practices instructional practices • Alignment of teaching practice with 21 CS • Evaluation and support training by 7/1/14 • Beyond CT Framework of reference- strengths and • Providing professional learning opportunities weaknesses - ensuring that TEM values what it • Rethinking the expectations of professional learning – measures and measures what it values. impact on TEM – alignment with TEAMRed = 12-116 (CSDE) Green = NEASC Blue = Digital Learning
  11. 11. Positive Climate Recruit/Train/Retain Common Core Trust Data 21st Century Skill Collaboration Continuous Build Capacity Professional Improvement Development Evaluation PlanSpec. Ed. Program Review Teacher Evaluation Plan Performance TrackerSRBI/RTI Instructional Rounds Readers/Writers WorkshopPBIS District PD Committee Literacy Resource TeachersStudent Success Plans Tech. Replacement Plan enVision MathSystem of Care (SOC) Data Teams / PLCs Curriculum Realignment Full-Day Kindergarten Common Assessments
  12. 12. Goals for Learning Teaching & Instruction Assessment & Data • • Common Core State Positive Climate • Supporting Data Driven • PBIS/SRBI Standards Instruction • Instructional Rounds • 21st Century Skills • Common Assessments • Reading/Writing & Math • Data Teams Strategies Leadership Focus • Performance Tracker • Recruit/Train/Retain Trust Curriculum & • Collaboration Resource • Building Capacity Communication Deployment • Continuous Improvement• Curriculum Realignment • Tech Replacement • Full Day Kindergarten • Success Plans • System of Care Professional Evaluation Professional Support • New Evaluation Plans • New Professional Development Models • District PD Committee • PLCs
  13. 13. Goal Groupings –Back to Basics1. Goals for learning – how do our curricular and instructional support materials align with Common Core and 21st Century Skill Priorities?2. Instructional practices – how do our teaching practices, improvement mechanisms and evaluation systems align with our goals for learning?3. Assessment practices – how do our assessment and measurement systems align with our goals for learning, teaching practices, and the demands of data driven instruction?
  14. 14. Planning ResourcesCommon Core State Standards SEED (Educator Evaluation)http://www.connecticutseed.orgNEASC Standards Act 12-116 Balanced Assessment Consortium view these slides and access these