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IIS update1 24-12

  1. 1. Instructional Improvement System (IIS) Update January 24, 2011
  2. 2. Where are we going?•  Improve and personalize student learningHow:•  Increase access and equity to high quality resources•  Facilitate the teaching and learning process•  Provide timely and relevant information and data
  3. 3. Bringing it all together within a few clicks Curriculum tools and resources, assessment, and PD (B3, C3, D5) linked to longitudinal data (C1) in the cloud (A2) to provide data to improve instruction and learning
  4. 4. NC IIS Components•  Portals•  Dashboards and Analytics•  Instructional System and Content•  Assessment System and Content•  PD System and Content•  Educator Evaluation System
  5. 5. NC IIS Conceptual Model Standards & Curriculum Educator Instructional Evaluation & Design, Professional Learner Practice, & Development Profile & Resources Work Samples Data Analysis Assessment & Reporting and Growth
  6. 6. Desired Outcomes of the NC IIS1.  Accurate and timely information about student achievement in support of decision making at all levels2.  Parents and community members participating more fully in the learning process3.  Students assuming an active role in their own learning experience4.  Staff empowered to work cooperatively to increase student achievement, enhance productivity, and improve accountability
  7. 7. Desired Outcomes of the NC IIS (continued)5.  Student achievement linked with staff development programs6.  Standards correlated to instructional practices, assessment strategies, and staff development programs7.  Gaps identified in instructional programs for adequacy of instructional resources, assessment items, and staff proficiencies8.  Ability to determine cost/benefit of instructional programs and learning resources
  8. 8. Work Completed•  Reviewed/Identified existing systems and resources•  Reviewed Cloud Survey Data•  Collected functional and technical requirements –  Stakeholder Input Sessions
  9. 9. •  Shared and vetted draft functional and technical requirements –  IIS Stakeholder Meetings –  Presentations and Webinars –  IIS User Groups –  Multi-state Review Sessions
  10. 10. •  Allowed vendors/other agencies to share IIS solutions•  Agreed to be a pilot state for the Shared Learning Infrastructure (SLI)
  11. 11. Shared Learning Infrastructure (SLI)•  Use of Data Store•  Use of Multi-state Metadata Tagging Schema•  Access to Learning Data from Other States•  Access to Dynamic Learning Maps•  Access to Recommendation Engine
  12. 12. Vendor Data Student Source Systems Data Dashboard SLI John English Learning MapMs. Harrison Students John Social Studies Viewing all classes Math SLI Ms. Harrison uses John’s prior record to determine: John does the Reading assignment Comprehension Recommendation Engine Ms. Harrison Vendor app sends Filtered by age, effectiveness rating, etc. chooses the data to the SLI best option From multiple sources, such SLI as the LRMI and Data Store SLI API Dashboard John English Reading Comp Social Studies Learning Map Viewing all John’s experience classes Math Ms. Harrison becomes one more Assessment useful data point to rates assignment inform learning for SLI API SLI students like him. SLI API
  13. 13. Vendor Data Student Source Systems Data Dashboard SLI John English Learning Map Learning MapMs. Harrison Students John Social Studies Viewing all classes Math SLI Ms. Harrison uses John’s prior record to determine: John does the Reading assignment Comprehension RecommendationEngine Recommendation Engine Ms. Harrison Vendor app sends Filtered by age, effectiveness rating, etc. chooses the data to the SLI best option From multiple sources, such SLI as the LRMI and Data Store SLI API Dashboard John English Reading Comp Social Studies Learning Map Learning Map Viewing all John’s experience classes Math Ms. Harrison becomes one more Assessment useful data point to rates assignment inform learning for SLI API SLI students like him. SLI API
  14. 14. …districts… …states… …everywhere.John’s experiencebecomes onemore useful datapoint to informlearning forstudents like himacross…
  15. 15. NC IIS/SLI Data Integration IIS should be prepared to use achievement data Instructional Improvement System Application(s) from SEA and LEA assessment data sourced from SLI and write new assessment results back to SLI APIsSLI DataStore RFP will reference Student Education Student Enrollment Data Achievement Student Biographical Data Teacher & Staff Association Data Organization Identity Data SLI API Data Data documents Data Integration Services State Data Sources -SLI data ingestion specifications documents NCWise Other State Other State System System
  16. 16. Resource Sources:Instructional/Learning Resources•  Thinkfinity•  SAS Curriculum Pathways•  LearnNCAssessment Items•  ClassScape
  17. 17. •  NCDPI will contract with NCSU-TOPS to ensure all resources are aligned to the new Standard Course of Study•  IIS Resource Consortium will be piloted. The purpose of the consortium is to develop and implement a process for sharing LEA-developed PD, instructional/ learning, and assessment resources. 3/20/12 • page
  18. 18. Timeline•  February/March 2012 Issue RFP•  April/May 2012 Review bids•  July/August 2012 Award bid•  August/September 2012 Begin design and build•  July 2012 – August 2013 Pilots•  School Year 2013-14 Roll-out 3/20/12 • page
  19. 19. Technical Requirements•  The IIS is expected to deliver all of its functionality through a web browser. The IIS 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. 3/20/12 • page
  20. 20. 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. 3/20/12 • page
  21. 21. 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. 3/20/12 • page
  22. 22. 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. 3/20/12 • page
  23. 23. Web Resourceshttp://www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/improvement/resources/ 3/20/12 • page 23
  24. 24. Contact InformationSarah McManus, Learning Systems Directorsarah.mcmanus@dpi.nc.gov919-807-3776 3/20/12 • page 24

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