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Aacte 2012 glass_house.final

  1. 1. Embracing the Glass House: Using Data to Shape Policy and Public Perception AACTE Annual Meeting February 18, 2012 M. Jayne Fleener, Dean Michael J. Maher, Director of Professional Education Malina K. Monaco, Director of Knowledge Management Erin Thomas Horne, Asst. Director of Professional Education North Carolina State University
  2. 2. Grand Challenges of K-12 Education 1. Teacher Effectiveness & Teacher Preparation Program Effectiveness • Improvement & Documentation • Addressing the critics (NCTQ) 2. Utilize information, communication and collaboration technologies to enhance teaching and learning 3. Select, prepare and support adaptive educational classroom and school leaders 4. Update the K-12 education workforce to • address new internationally-benchmarked curriculum standards, • employ new technologies and assessments, • use data to customize teaching and learning, • work with increasingly diverse student populations 5. Support schools in making the necessary transformations to prepare students for the rapidly changing world of their futures 6. Utilize research and analyses to inform policy decisions
  3. 3. North Carolina’s Response 1. UNC Tomorrow – UNC System’s Coordinated Response 2. Redesign of Teacher and School Administrator Preparation Programs 3. Race to the Top Teacher Effectiveness IHE Report Cards 4. Governor’s Education Task Force Committees Standards and Assessments 5. Teacher Effectiveness Research (UNC-GA, CIPP) Stayers & Leavers Portal Analyses (entry pathways) Redefining Enrollment Projections
  4. 4. How the NC State College of Education Engaged Stakeholders Spring 2008 we convened a series of focus groups which included: Teachers School Administrators Community Members Business Leaders Parents Teacher Education Faculty Teacher Education Students State Department of Public Instruction
  5. 5. Stakeholder Themes During our focus groups we asked “What should teachers in North Carolina know and be able to do in 2012 and beyond?” “How can a pre-service teacher education program help them to develop that set of knowledge, skills, and dispositions?” What emerged: 1. Assessment 4. Field Experience 2. Collaboration 5. Globalization 3. Diversity 6. Technology
  6. 6. Developing Program Blueprints Included Components: Redesign Elements Program Parameters NC Professional Teaching Standards 21st Century Skills Curricular and Field Experience Changes Evidence Artifacts
  7. 7. Implementing the Blueprints
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  9. 9. Implementing the Parameters
  10. 10. Building the Glass House Data Requests: NCTQ UNC-GA Title II NCDPI NCATE/CAEP KMA/OPE Offices process request Report and Raw Data housed in the Dean’s DashboardFinal Report distributed and housed on the accreditation webpage
  11. 11. Disruptive Innovations and Changing Ecologies • threats • and opportunities – … adaptive change – … technology – … collaborative cultures – … internationalization – … interdisciplinarity – … creativity – … scholarship Christensen, C.M., & Eyring, H.J. (2011). The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education from the Inside Out. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass CED Policy HE Work- force K-12
  12. 12. Thank You!

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