Presentation on theme: "Ohio Resident Educator Program: Focusing on Years 3 and 4."— Presentation transcript:
Ohio Resident Educator Program: Focusing on Years 3 and 4
Introduction to the Life of Teaching
Differentiated Support Provided By Trained Mentors
Reciprocal, Collaborative, Ongoing
Year 3: Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA) Purpose: To assess Resident Educators skills and practices as measured by proficiency on the Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession
Year 3: Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA) Developed through collaboration with Stanford University, Teachscape, and Ohio Department of Education with input from RESA Advisory Design Group.
Lesson Plans Instructional Materials Analysis of Student Learning
Student Work Samples Video Clips of Lessons Teacher Reflections
Resident Educator Summative Assessment
Assessment of Artifacts Trained assessors review and score submitted artifacts. Scorer reliability will be checked through random double-scoring of submitted artifacts. Assessors will not score submissions of teachers they know.
RESA Assessors Assessors have 5+ year of teaching experience; are current, retired, and former educators, professional developers, and coaches.
Year in the RE Program Prior Years of Teaching Experience Resident Educators in: Year 3 of RE program Year 2 of RE program AND whose districts/schools have requested credit for 1 year of prior teaching experience and have submitted their names to ODE per the defined process Year 2 of RE program AND whose districts/schools have requested credit for 2 years of prior teaching experience and have submitted their names to ODE per the defined process
Determining Readiness for RESA Employers (districts/schools) determine REs readiness to prepare for and take RESA in Year 3.
Supporting Resident Educators in Year 3 All Year 3 REs must receive support. Year 3 StatusType of Support REs not taking RESA State-trained mentor (one-to-one; RE cohort; co-teaching) REs taking RESAState-trained facilitator
Supporting Year 3 Resident Educators NOT Taking RESA REs not participating in RESA in Year 3 must have an assigned trained mentor.
Supporting Year 3 Resident Educators NOT Taking RESA Mentors will follow a Year 3 Best Practices timeline (similar to Year 2) to support their REs who do not participate in RESA in Year 3.
Year 3 Timeline of Best Practices for REs Not Taking RESA
Supporting Year 3 Resident Educators NOT Taking RESA REs who do not participate in RESA in Year 3 and have completed Year 3 requirements will complete a Year 3 Formative Progress Review in Spring 2014 and begin RESA in Fall 2014.
Supporting Year 3 Resident Educators Taking RESA REs who take RESA in Year 3 will be supported by a state-trained facilitator and are not required to have a state-trained mentor to support them, though a mentor may serve as a facilitator.
Supporting Year 3 Resident Educators Taking RESA Required facilitation training will be online beginning in late summer 2013.
Holds a professional educator license Understands the Resident Educator Program Uses facilitation and questioning strategies Considerations for Selecting a RESA Facilitator
Completes online facilitation training Understands the RESA Provides REs facilitative support per RESA training Expectations for a RESA Facilitator
Year 3 RESA Timeline of Best Practices for REs Taking RESA
RESA Completion If RESA participants are unsuccessful in passing all part of RESA in 2013-2014, they may retake deficient portions in 2014 – 2015. Costs to implement RESA (use of software platform; site licenses; assessors; facilitation training, etc.) paid by ODE.
Field Test: 2012 – 2013 Recruitment Spring 2013 Revision Summer 2013 RESA Timeline Spring – Fall 2013
Assessor training: Late Summer through Fall 2013 RESA online facilitation training: Late Summer through Fall 2013 RESA Timeline Spring – Fall 2013
Districts/schools determine REs readiness for RESA Fall 2013 RESA launch date: Fall 2013 RESA Timeline Spring – Fall 2013
Supported through Learning Communities
Resident Educator Program Year 4 More information about professional learning opportunities for Year 4 REs will be provided in Fall 2013. Upon successful completion of RESA and all Year 4 requirements, REs may apply for the 5- year professional license. Questions: REprogram@education.ohio.govREprogram@education.ohio.gov
Resident Educator License Extension While the RE license is not renewable, it is extendable on a case-by-case basis (per Ohio Revised Code 3301.24.04). A license extension policy will be provided in Fall 2013.