IIS IT Directors Update

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  • The goal of this system is to provide a single sign on collaborative portal for NC educators to access high quality resources
  • Where it makes sense we are hoping to streamline and consolidate operations and data collections into powerschool-Return flexibility to LEAs that was not possible with NcwiseData quality will be improved because of better integration and reporting
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  • This slide is for display to the audience to show them how they will vote on your polls in your presentation. You can remove this slide if you like or if the audience is already comfortable with texting and/or voting with Poll Everywhere.If you would please type your LEA numbers in your responsesSample Oral Instructions:Ladies and gentlemen, throughout today’s meeting we’re going to engage in some audience polling to find out what you’re thinking, what you’re up to and what you know. Now I’m going to ask for your opinion. We’re going to use your phones to do some audience voting just like on American Idol.So please take out your cell phones, but remember to leave them on silent. You can participate by sending a text message.This is a just standard rate text message, so it may be free for you, or up to twenty cents on some carriers if you do not have a text messaging plan. The service we are using is serious about privacy. I cannot see your phone numbers, and you’ll never receive follow-up text messages outside this presentation. There’s only one thing worse than email spam – and that’s text message spam because you have to pay to receive it!
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  • The purpose of this slide and the next is to show what efforts we are making to get input from the field.
  • Talk about how this group has been restructured to include a broader reach, that DPI is working with members to have an ear out to the stakeholders.
  • IIS IT Directors Update

    1. 1. Agenda For Institute Instructional Improvement System
    2. 2. Instructional Improvement SystemWhy – How – What -- When ▲ ▲Why an Instructional Improvement System?Improve and personalize student learning How?Facilitate the teaching and learning process through• Increased access to high quality resources for all• Provision of timely and relevant information and data
    3. 3. Instructional Improvement SystemWhy – How – What -- When ▲What tools and resources will be available? Learner Profiles and Clear picture of students and their needs Work Samples Instructional Design, Instructional planning with resources such as Practices and unit plans, online learning objects and media- Resources enriched tasks Assessment Tools, Interim and diagnostic assessment items for use Items and Strategies in classrooms; formative best practices PD Resources and Resources to improve and reflect on practice Management and tools to manage professional development Tools to display, understand and use data to Dashboards and drive instruction and professional development Analytics choices
    4. 4. Instructional Improvement SystemLearner Profile Standards & Instructional Assessment & Data Analysis Professional and Work Curriculum Design, Practice & Analytics and Reporting Development & Samples Resources Educator Evaluation
    5. 5. Technology Platform One Technology Platform • Single Sign-on InstructionalPowerSchool Improvement • Collaborative System • Populated with resources for NC Student Tools for Information educators Teaching and System Learning (SIS) (IIS) Coming Soon
    6. 6. Guiding PrinciplesOne Technology Platform • Consolidated All operations/data collections will be incorporated into PowerSchool • Flexible Maximize flexibility for LEAs and charter schools • Improving Data Quality Improve Data Accuracy and Completeness • Simplifying Reporting Make reporting easier • Secure Maintain security and privacy of information
    7. 7. Technology3 Key Categories Instruction Interconnections ThingsApplication Support Services Infrastructure Digital Devices Tools Ensuring Making Something pressing sure that on which Enter pressing to press helps Enter Enter students always learn works
    8. 8. Technical Requirements• The IIS is expected to deliver all of its functionality through a web browser. It is expected to run well on major HTML5- compatible browsers on the current release and past two releases and require no additional browser helpers or plugins for full accessibility and functionality.
    9. 9. Technical Requirements (continued)• These browsers shall include but not be limited to the following list: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome. In addition, the IIS is expected to run well on a wide variety of mainstream hardware platforms that use the aforementioned browser technologies.
    10. 10. Technical Requirements (continued)• These hardware platforms shall include but not be limited to Microsoft Windows and Mac OS desktops, laptops and netbooks, Apple iOS devices, Android devices, as well as other tablets, smart phones, and eReaders.
    11. 11. Technical Requirements (continued)• Vendor solutions shall comply with the World Wide Web Consortium web development specifications (“W3C Recommendations”) and shall comply with Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act.
    12. 12. DPI Outreach to LEAs and SchoolsNCDPI staff have made available online the “IISFunctional Specifications Analysis”.• LEAs/schools can decide to use this document to make a preliminary determination regarding how well the IIS will meet their needs.• Completing this document is NOT required and does not need to be submitted back to the NCDPI. This is being provided for informational purposes and for local use.• It can be found at: www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/improvement/resources
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    14. 14. Have You Reviewed the “IIS FunctionalSpecifications Analysis”?
    15. 15. If so?
    16. 16. If not?
    17. 17. Does Anyone Have Questions forthe IIS Team?
    18. 18. ObjectiveReceive prospective user feedback on tools, content and interfaceThe Team: Bladen Co. Schools N. Hampton County Catawba County School Nash-Rocky Mount Schools Charlotte-Mecklinburg Pender Co. Schools Craven County Schools Polk County Schools Currituck County Rowan-Salisbury Schools Durham Public Schools Sampson County Schools Edenton-Chowan Wake County Schools FBS Washington County Schools Greene County Schools Wayne County Public Schools Harnett County Wilson County Schools Johnston County Schools Winston-Salem Forsyth Lee County Schools
    19. 19. ObjectiveReceive prospective user feedback on tools, content and interfaceThe Members Represents the Folowing Counties:• Cherokee County • Greene County• Hoke County • Char-Meck• Wake County • The NCAE• Iredell County • Strategic Educational• Sampson County Alliances• Durham CountyThe Group Consists of:• NC PTA Director • NCAE Rep• HR Director • Associate Superintendent for• Assistant Superintendent Curriculum and Instruction• Instructional Technology • Associate Superintendent for Director Assessment• Director of Curriculum • CFO Development
    20. 20. IIS Resource Consortium(IIS RC)• The Resource Consortium is a group of LEAs that will share resources they have created or purchased locally so educators, students and parents can access them statewide through the IIS.
    21. 21. Instructional Improvement SystemWhy – How – What -- When ▲ RFP Issued Reviewed Proposals Determine Feb 27 Design and Vendor April – June Build July – September Fall 2012  Becoming Available Data Integration Pilot IIS Pilot Phased-In Fall Roll out 2012 Early 2013  Starting 2013-14 School Year
    22. 22. Contact InformationDan Gwaltney, Learning Systems Consultantdan.gwaltney@dpi.nc.gov919-807-3249

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