A Public/Private InstitutionalTeacher Education Collaborative:Promoting High Quality Education         for All Children   ...
PRESENTERS             Dottie Erb, Chair – Marietta College             Department of Teacher Education             Phylli...
SEO-TDC Historyand Organization    Dottie Erb, Chair    Marietta College Department of Education
SEO-TDC History and OrganizationEstablished in 2007 with support from a West Wind  Education Policy grant in addition to t...
SEO-TDC History and Organization• Mr. Rob Radway, Honda of America’s Senior  Consultant for Education Outreach Programs, s...
SEO-TDC History and Organization• SEOTDC Partners with The Coalition of Rural and  Appalachian Schools (CORAS)            ...
SEO-TDC History and Organization• CORAS is an organization composed of 136 school districts  in the 35-county region of Oh...
SEO-TDC History and Organization• Members of Communications & Connections (Meets Quarterly)• This group comprises: ODE Rep...
SEO-TDC History and Organization    Prevailing Question:How do we create an aligned, agile,system of education that meets ...
Committed Principles Guiding Our WorkWhat We Will Do: • We will commit to this team • We will produce tangible results • W...
Committed Principles Guiding Our WorkWhat We Will NOT Do: • We will not end the year without achieving   our expected resu...
Why a Collaborative?Benefits: United for Education of Appalachian Students/Schools Synergistic Relationship Build on St...
Why a Collaborative?Challenges: Time for Meetings and Planning   Monthly schedule F2F or tech connection Distances   A...
Supporting the Work of theRegion’s P-20 System of Education
Phyllis McQueen, Chair University of Rio GrandeBunce School of Education
SEO-TDC Outcomes 2010-12  Professional development  positioned to address local   and national challenges
SEO-TDC Outcomes 2010-12Online Modules –Teacher Quality Matters                   -Building capacity of                   ...
Module I: Mentoring 101            Definitions   The Importance of MentoringFaculty’s Experience with Mentoring
Module II: Mentoring   Across The ContinuumEmerging • Developing • Proficient  Accomplished • Distinguished
Mentoring Styles Assessment InstrumentFeedback from the two focus groups was used to inform thedevelopment of the mentorin...
Mentoring Styles Assessment Instrument                     Three Domains 1. Cognitive Style (Analytic/ Intuitive) 2. Inter...
Mentoring Styles Assessment Instrument         The instrument will be used in Module III of the          Mentor Quality Ma...
Additional SEO-TDC Outcomes 2010-12• Assessment instrument to evaluate mentoring stylesand effectiveness of mentoring rela...
Teacher Performance Assessment•TPA Coordinators from partner institutions met toshare information, ideas, and strategiesfo...
Clinical Curriculum                  Design FrameworkOhio Standards for Teaching• covers a complete spectrum of teaching s...
Clinical Curriculum                  Potential Benefits• Communication• Common Conceptual Framework• Collaboration• Common...
Paul Madden, Chair &Interim Associate Provost   Shawnee State UniversityDepartment of Teacher Education
Regional School Support         Dual credit teacher credentialing              program development•   SEO-TDC continues to...
Regional School Support   Race To the Top Support
Regional School Support              School Improvement Support•   SEOTDC Institutions offer assistance to an area High Sc...
Global Institute 2011:Ohio Educators Going GlobalGoals of Conference•   Share best practices in    international education...
Regional Conference:    Appalachia from an Assets Perspective         Focus on Assets of Appalachian culture and        co...
Appalachia from an Assets PerspectiveYear-One Highlights:• Dr. David Lucas, University faculty and “Folknographer”• Former...
Appalachia from anAssets PerspectiveYear-Two Highlights:•   Resource Panel for Educators•   Dr. James M. Gifford, CEO and ...
Appalachia from an Assets Perspective         2011 conference attendees
Choose Appalachian Teaching             (CAT)• Provides scholarships to HS Math and Science• First CAT Scholar graduated t...
Choose Appalachian Teaching (CAT)Total         6      25    25
Virtual STEM Hub Grant Project• $1 million grant from Ohio Board of Regents• Aspects of the Program• STEM courses• Labs• S...
Future Challengesand Opportunities
Future Challenges and OpportunitiesFull Scale of Teacher Performance Assessment•    Meeting to share information, ideas,  ...
Future Challenges and Opportunities      Responding to Raising the    Bar through Recruitment Initiative
Future Challenges and OpportunitiesCollaboration with Grant Opportunities
Future Challenges and Opportunities       Assisting P-12 Schools
Q&A
A Public-Private Teacher Development Collaborative: Promoting High-Quality Education for All Children
A Public-Private Teacher Development Collaborative: Promoting High-Quality Education for All Children
A Public-Private Teacher Development Collaborative: Promoting High-Quality Education for All Children
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June 28, 10:15 – 11:30am, Room: Champaign
This collaborative engages teachers in continuing professional development for the purpose of improving teaching and learning in a low-resource region. Based on their organization, processes, and initial results, school personnel were successful in meeting the improvement goals. This session explains the purposes, structure and accomplishments achieved through combining public and private IHE and community perspectives and resources to address regional school improvement. Collaborative models increase capacity to transform education in rural and urban schools and are increasingly important in a stressed U.S. economy.
Main Presenter: Dorothy Erb, Marietta College
Co-Presenter(s): Phyllis McQueen, University of Rio Grande; Renee Middleton, Ohio University; Rae White, Muskingum University

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  • SEOTDC website is accessed via the CORAS website and from each of our member institutions websites.
  • CourseSyllabi for these online modules are in your folders
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  • A Public-Private Teacher Development Collaborative: Promoting High-Quality Education for All Children

    1. 1. A Public/Private InstitutionalTeacher Education Collaborative:Promoting High Quality Education for All Children Ohio Educators Connect for Success Conference
    2. 2. PRESENTERS Dottie Erb, Chair – Marietta College Department of Teacher Education Phyllis McQueen, Chair – University of Rio Grande Bunce School of Education Paul Madden, Chair and Interim Associate Provost Shawnee State University Department of Teacher Education
    3. 3. SEO-TDC Historyand Organization Dottie Erb, Chair Marietta College Department of Education
    4. 4. SEO-TDC History and OrganizationEstablished in 2007 with support from a West Wind Education Policy grant in addition to the support provided by our team’s first facilitator: Robert Bowers. West Wind Education Policy Inc. builds the capacity of state education leaders to imagine and enact an education system that overcomes historic and persistent inequities and engages each and every child in learning. West Wind Education Policy 1700 S First Avenue, Suite 17 Iowa City, IA 52240-6036 www.westwinded.com
    5. 5. SEO-TDC History and Organization• Mr. Rob Radway, Honda of America’s Senior Consultant for Education Outreach Programs, serves as the Facilitator (2009 to Present).• Teams activities are now supported by a grant from The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation and SEO-TDC institutional resources Martha Holden Jennings Foundation The Halle Building 1228 Euclid Ave. Suite 710 Cleveland OH, 44115 www.mhjf.org
    6. 6. SEO-TDC History and Organization• SEOTDC Partners with The Coalition of Rural and Appalachian Schools (CORAS) www.coras.org
    7. 7. SEO-TDC History and Organization• CORAS is an organization composed of 136 school districts in the 35-county region of Ohio designated as Appalachia by the federal government. CORAS is under the governance structure of a Regional Council of Governments
    8. 8. SEO-TDC History and Organization• Members of Communications & Connections (Meets Quarterly)• This group comprises: ODE Representatives, OBR Representatives, Education Service Centers, IHE Faculty, SEOTDC deans, superintendents, OFT, OEA, principals, teachers, CORAS Leadership, School Support Teams/Centers of Practice www.cehs.ohio.edu/cc
    9. 9. SEO-TDC History and Organization Prevailing Question:How do we create an aligned, agile,system of education that meets the unique needs of the learner?
    10. 10. Committed Principles Guiding Our WorkWhat We Will Do: • We will commit to this team • We will produce tangible results • We will recognize the particular contexts of districts and schools • We will communicate with superintendents, principals, teachers, and school counselors • We will gather systematic regional and national data • We will involve other persons from our institutions as needed
    11. 11. Committed Principles Guiding Our WorkWhat We Will NOT Do: • We will not end the year without achieving our expected results/deliverables • We will not compete with each other • We will not impose ourselves on the public schools (instead, we will work with them from where they are) • We will not allow barriers and challenges to detour us from our goals/purposes
    12. 12. Why a Collaborative?Benefits: United for Education of Appalachian Students/Schools Synergistic Relationship Build on Strengths of Each IHE Partner Pronounced Needs in Appalachian Area Reduced Funds Necessitate Fiscal Responsibility High Accountability for All Educational Entities
    13. 13. Why a Collaborative?Challenges: Time for Meetings and Planning Monthly schedule F2F or tech connection Distances Alternate meeting locations in SE region Coordination Talented facilitator, neutral and focused on goals Competing Interests Find common goals to focus Fiscal Grants, business partners, conference registrations, IHE commitment
    14. 14. Supporting the Work of theRegion’s P-20 System of Education
    15. 15. Phyllis McQueen, Chair University of Rio GrandeBunce School of Education
    16. 16. SEO-TDC Outcomes 2010-12 Professional development positioned to address local and national challenges
    17. 17. SEO-TDC Outcomes 2010-12Online Modules –Teacher Quality Matters -Building capacity of Teacher Mentors
    18. 18. Module I: Mentoring 101 Definitions The Importance of MentoringFaculty’s Experience with Mentoring
    19. 19. Module II: Mentoring Across The ContinuumEmerging • Developing • Proficient Accomplished • Distinguished
    20. 20. Mentoring Styles Assessment InstrumentFeedback from the two focus groups was used to inform thedevelopment of the mentoring styles assessmentinstrument. Key points included:• Use of language: “student teacher” vs. “professional intern”• All items should have the same number of responses• The level of experience of both the cooperating teacher and the student teacher should be clearly identified• The instrument was piloted via email beginning Dec. 7, 2011 and ending Dec. 21, 2011, using graduate students and teachers as participants
    21. 21. Mentoring Styles Assessment Instrument Three Domains 1. Cognitive Style (Analytic/ Intuitive) 2. Interaction Style (Directive/Collaborative/Non- Directive) 3. Problem Solving Style (Convergent/Divergent)
    22. 22. Mentoring Styles Assessment Instrument The instrument will be used in Module III of the Mentor Quality Matters (MQM) professional development online experience• Accompanied by peer-reviewed literature and relevant research as a framework.• Workshop participants learn which styles of mentoring are most effective when mentoring pre-service candidates.• The mentoring styles assessment instrument will be attached to the online MQM professional development workshop, in the form of a pre- and post-test.
    23. 23. Additional SEO-TDC Outcomes 2010-12• Assessment instrument to evaluate mentoring stylesand effectiveness of mentoring relationships• White paper on delivering professional developmentin relation to the context of schools and localcommunit•Teacher Performance Assessment Support.•Development of Clinical Curriculum for TeacherEducation
    24. 24. Teacher Performance Assessment•TPA Coordinators from partner institutions met toshare information, ideas, and strategiesfor implementation• Will identify ways to share resources and contactsfor partnerships and trainings• Lead integration of assessment concepts intopreparation curriculumand supervision
    25. 25. Clinical Curriculum Design FrameworkOhio Standards for Teaching• covers a complete spectrum of teaching skills and aligns well with the Ohio Continuum of Teacher DevelopmentOhio Continuum of Teacher Development• emerging level provides point of connection between preservice and inservice
    26. 26. Clinical Curriculum Potential Benefits• Communication• Common Conceptual Framework• Collaboration• Common language
    27. 27. Paul Madden, Chair &Interim Associate Provost Shawnee State UniversityDepartment of Teacher Education
    28. 28. Regional School Support Dual credit teacher credentialing program development• SEO-TDC continues to support the efforts of Dual Enrollment. A Dual Enrollment Summit, held Nov 21st at Shawnee State, garnered nearly 30 attendees from throughout the region.• Ohio Board of Regents (Dr. Tom Bordenkircher) attended and offered his perspective. SEO-TDC is working with the OBR and the STEM Grant Project to develop a model that could be used throughout the region and all of Ohio.
    29. 29. Regional School Support Race To the Top Support
    30. 30. Regional School Support School Improvement Support• SEOTDC Institutions offer assistance to an area High School and a local School District. The two specific areas of need identified by the High School are Common Core and Special Education.• The School District receives 1 free consulting day per month to assist the superintendent in any areas she designates or specifies to advance her leadership of the district. Key personnel utilized in this area: Ohio University, Stevens Literacy Center; Faculty in the Education Administration program at Ohio University.• These two examples demonstrate the ability of SEOTDC to meet regional needs by using the specific strengths of individual members on behalf of all.
    31. 31. Global Institute 2011:Ohio Educators Going GlobalGoals of Conference• Share best practices in international education• Obtain new resources and tools for internationalizing across the curriculum.• Network with Ohio and international PK-20 educators.• Develop an action plan for implementation in their classrooms, schools and districts.178 educators from across OhioHeld at Ohio University
    32. 32. Regional Conference: Appalachia from an Assets Perspective Focus on Assets of Appalachian culture and community to enhance teaching and learningParticipants: • Teacher Candidates • P-12 Educators and Administrators • IHE Faculty • Community Agency RepresentativesHeld on campus of Shawnee State University
    33. 33. Appalachia from an Assets PerspectiveYear-One Highlights:• Dr. David Lucas, University faculty and “Folknographer”• Former state senator and executive director ofCoalition of Rural and Appalachian Schools• Ohio’s Deputy Superintendent for Public Instruction• Five general and concurrent sessions
    34. 34. Appalachia from anAssets PerspectiveYear-Two Highlights:• Resource Panel for Educators• Dr. James M. Gifford, CEO and Senior Editor of the Jesse Stuart Foundation• Author, Connie Nordhielm Wooldridge• Presentations by Ohio’s State Superintendent and Associate Superintendent for Public Instruction• 13 concurrent sessions
    35. 35. Appalachia from an Assets Perspective 2011 conference attendees
    36. 36. Choose Appalachian Teaching (CAT)• Provides scholarships to HS Math and Science• First CAT Scholar graduated this past May and is now teaching HS Math Highland County• Second CAT Scholar graduated in December and is looking for a science teaching position
    37. 37. Choose Appalachian Teaching (CAT)Total 6 25 25
    38. 38. Virtual STEM Hub Grant Project• $1 million grant from Ohio Board of Regents• Aspects of the Program• STEM courses• Labs• Summer programming• PD for schools in the region
    39. 39. Future Challengesand Opportunities
    40. 40. Future Challenges and OpportunitiesFull Scale of Teacher Performance Assessment• Meeting to share information, ideas, and strategies for implementation• Collaboration for sharing resources and partnership contracts• Dissemination of unified information for school partners
    41. 41. Future Challenges and Opportunities Responding to Raising the Bar through Recruitment Initiative
    42. 42. Future Challenges and OpportunitiesCollaboration with Grant Opportunities
    43. 43. Future Challenges and Opportunities Assisting P-12 Schools
    44. 44. Q&A

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