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Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
Schrenk ed ready x li 2014
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  • 1. EdReady Montana XLi 2014 March 27, 2014 Ryan Schrenk, Ed. D
  • 2. Ryan Schrenk, Dad to Justin and Ian & EdReady Montana Program Manager & Employee #3 at MTDA
  • 3. MTDA • 2009 Legislature • Serve K12 Students in Montana through Public Schools • Governing Board • Director (CEO) Curriculum Director (Vice CEO) • Montana licensed teachers • Core subjects, dual credit enrichment
  • 4. MontanaTeachers & Montana Students Creating online learning solutions that are uniquely ours!
  • 5. Only SVS on University Campus Opens Partnerships Encourages Research HelpsAddressTransition from K12 to Higher Ed!
  • 6. Partners in MTDA Creation and Governance
  • 7. MTDA Core Programming 2010-2013 Original Credit Connect Credit Recovery Middle School MLS
  • 8. Early Demand and Success http://kpk12.com/
  • 9. MTDA Core Programming 2014 Original Credit Connect Credit Recovery Middle School MLS MDPLN, “The Network” EdReady
  • 10. We GetTo Are ExpectedTo Address Solve Big Problems in Education Understand Continuum of Distance Ed + OER + MTDA + Funding Source + Blended Learning + Montana Centric + DevEd + Retention + Graduation Matters + Expertise + Individualized Education + Personalized Learning Paths + Research + Scalable Roll Out Secondary Ed + Higher Ed + Proven Partnerships + Need It NOW! = EdReady Montana?
  • 11. Why NROC? • Longtime member (MI &MT) of NROC Advisors • NROC Is member driven • Algebra an Open Course and Developmental Math Project • Bringing EdReady to Montana! http://nrocmath.org/
  • 12. Complete College America Stats & Recs http://www.completecollege.org/docs/Time_Is_the_Enemy_Summary.pdf
  • 13. Time is the enemy http://www.completecollege.org/docs/Time_Is_the_Enemy_Summary.pdf
  • 14. Gates Foundation Recommendations http://www.gatesfoundation.org/
  • 15. Gates Foundation Recommendations http://www.gatesfoundation.org/
  • 16. Potential Use Cases • Montana University System UM, MSU, Colleges (4 and 2Year) • High Schools and Middle Schools, Alternative Education Programs • Adult Learning Centers (Workforce Development) • Military, Incarcerated, Adult Basic Ed. and more
  • 17. EdReady Is… • Aimed at math (and later English) readiness. • Uses NROC’s Dev Math as a base: http://nrocmath.org/cms/wp- content/uploads/2011/05/DevMath_catalog_r101712.pdf (19 Units/59Topics)
  • 18. EdReady Montana Is… Standardized Public Goals… Plus…
  • 19. EdReady Montana Is… CustomizedAssessments and Goals for Montana!
  • 20. PilotTesting Results 2013 Developed by NROC Phase 1 Pilot in these states – Montana (4 schools),Oregon, Minnesota, North Carolina and Kentucky Funded by a Gates Foundation Grant
  • 21. PilotTesting Results 2013 Office of Student Success University of Montana Summer 2013 Students in Dev Level Math 3 points or lower on ALEKS test
  • 22. WorkedWith Math Professors to Identify Units andTopics to Study (set goals)
  • 23. StudentTakes Assigned Assessments
  • 24. Questions Answered or Skipped
  • 25. Student Completes Assessment
  • 26. Can start/continue assessments, study goals or re-take assessments
  • 27. Overview of Results
  • 28. Detailed Study Plan
  • 29. Dev Math Study Resource Only Initially
  • 30. Could Use More Options Later
  • 31. Flow of the Dev MathTopic of Study
  • 32. UM Pilot Results [CATEGORY NAME], [VALUE] [CATEGORY NAME], [VALUE] [CATEGORY NAME], [VALUE] [CATEGORY NAME], [VALUE] 43 Participated
  • 33. SavingTime and Money • 43 students skipped 49 courses • Total of 151 credits were “skipped” • …adding up to estimated $31,000 tuition/fees!
  • 34. ResultsAfter Enrollment? • 37 of the pilot participants enrolled in a mathematics course in the Fall 2014 term • 91% successfully completed their course • Average mathematics grade for these students: B- • UM Freshman overall average mathematics grade: C+
  • 35. Comments and Advantages • Program was easy to use • It made a difference • I would recommend to others • Allows us to know where students are at and what to focus on
  • 36. Challenges and Lessons • How to fund it for Montana secondary and post-secondary students • Integration and implementation at K-12 level • Students saw it as “extra” work • Teachers may see it as the same without personal assistance or changes to blended learning approach • How to work with teachers and staff to implement • How to measure success and support state-wide implementation
  • 37. Brand New Utah STEM Action Center Pilot Results • Grade 10 students using EdReady made five times the progress expected in an entire academic year with just 3 months of use (EdReady N=206). http://activelearninglab.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/STEM-AC-Pilot-Findings_2_23_2014.pdf
  • 38. EdReady Montana – 1st in the Nation to see and use EdReady – Public release in coming week! • Funded by Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation • All 7th graders to College Students in Montana are allowed to sign up • Charges paid for access for 3 years to get project off ground • First Higher Ed Programs Ready in Summer 2014 • K12 FieldTesting Spring 2014 and Full Access Fall 2014 • Dev English Piloting in Spring 2015/Roll out and expansion after that • Managed By MTDA
  • 39. How to find out more • Contact Ryan Schrenk, EdReady Montana Project Manager • Or Bob Currie, MTDA Executive Director • 406-243-4619 • ryan.schrenk@montanadigitalacademy.org • robert.currie@montanadigitalacademy.org • Watch our website (coming soon) at http://edreadymontana.org • Watch for more coming soon as we continue to partner with your school/campus!
  • 40. …or will soon!

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