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1TEM 3.0 Teacher Training 1 minute Welcome to Shelby County Schools TEM 3.0 Teacher Training.
2Do Now- The Four Rooms of Change Take 2-3 minutes to jot down how you feel about TEM 3.0 being part of your teaching practice.What room of change are you in?5 minutesLet’s reflect for a moment. Teachers from both legacy districts, MCS and SCS, are working with a new document. For MCS teachers, the addition of Common Core instructional shifts and the language from TEAM is new for them. For SCS teachers, TEM now replaces TEAM. Here you see The Four Rooms of Change. Think about TEM 3.0 and the implications it will have on your teaching practice. Find page 1 in your packet. Now, take 2-3 minutes to jot down how you are feeling about TEM 3.0 being part of your teaching practice. What room of change are you in? Why?
3ObjectivesParticipants will:Examine brief historical progression of TEM 1.0 and TEAM to TEM 3.0.Develop understanding of TEM 3.0 structure, content, and language.Align Common Core instructional shifts with language and content in the framework.Connect language and teaching actions across indicators.1 minute.Participants will:-Examine brief historical progression of TEM 1.0 and TEAM to TEM 3.0.-Develop understanding of TEM 3.0 structure, content, and language.-Align Common Core instructional shifts with language and content in the framework.-Connect language and teaching actions across indicators.
4Agenda History of the Rubric Understanding the Structure of the Rubric TEM 3.0 and Common CoreConnections Across the RubricDeep Dive into the Indicators1 minuteOur agenda today is to:-Review the history of the rubric.-Understand the structure of the rubric.-View the alignment of TEM 3.0 with the Common Core.-Recognize connections across the rubric.-Dive deep into some of the indicators.
5Learning Community Norms Participate activelyBe open to new ideasTrust the processEngage in the learning experienceHonor time limits1 minuteOur norms for the session will include:-Being an active participant.-Being open to new ideas.-Trusting the process.-Engaging in the learning experience.-Honoring time limits.
6Question to Keep in Mind throughout the Session. . . How will the TEM 3.0 observation rubric and revisions help support, grow, and maintain teacher effectiveness so that ALL students benefit?1 minuteOur district defines teacher effectiveness as providing intentional focus to ensure that all students have access to great teaching. This question will serve to ground our thinking throughout the training.
8How Did We Get Here?TEM 1.0, TEAM, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and TN 1st to the TopTEM 2.0 and Common Core State Standards2 minutesWhether your staring place with improving teacher effectiveness was with TEM or TEAM, we still have many common threads that are woven throughout both systems. TEM and TEAM were started in response to the Widget Effect data. TEM’s work gained initial ground with Memphis City Schools’ receipt of the Bill and Melinda Gates $90M grant to improve teacher practice, and the state’s 1st to the Top Federal Grant was closely aligned with that grant and ensured that our state engaged in improving teacher practice. The state’s 1st to the Top grant was the foundation of the TEAM process.TEM 2.0 was revised based on a year of implementation, findings from the MET study, and the need to begin embedding Common Core content/language into the framework.TEM 3.0 has been revised based through joint input and feedback from educators from both districts. SCS made a significant contribution in helping to incorporate TEAM language in the framework that has served to unpack grey areas like problem-solving skills and thinking strategies. Additionally, the advent of Common Core led to instructional shifts being placed into the framework.TEM 3.0 rubric and process development for the new Shelby County Schools District888
9TEM and Common Core Instructional Shifts How Did We Get Here?TEM and Common Core Instructional ShiftsStudent readiness for postsecondary education and the workforceWHY we teachCommon Core State Standards provide a vision of excellence for WHAT we teachTEM T&L Framework provides a vision of excellence for HOW we teach1 minute-Common Core State Standards provide a vision of excellence for WHAT we teach.-Student readiness for postsecondary education and the workforce is WHY we teach.-The TEM Framework provides a vision of excellence for HOW we teach.
111 minuteThe TEM 3.0 Framework has 4 domains represented by each puzzle piece. While all domains are critical for effective teaching practice, teachers will only be observed and rated on two domains: Teach and Cultivate Learning Environment. While Plan and Reflect & Adjust are not rated, remember that they are crucial to teacher effectiveness and may still be addressed as part of a teacher’s growth recommendations. Each domain has a set of indicators, and all indicators have bulleted descriptors that offer more detail for the indicator.11
12Descriptors Footnotes Performance level 3 minutes The TEM 3.0 Framework is structured in the following way:-The two domains, Teach and Cultivate Learning Environment ) have a total of 11 indicators combined. TEACH has seven, and Cultivate Learning Environment has four. Each domain is broken down by indicator, which you see an example of here.-Each indicator in the framework has the same format. The indicator title may be at the top of the page or abbreviated on the side.-Each indicator has performance levels from Level 5, which is significantly above expectations to level 1, significantly below expectations.-Each performance level has corresponding descriptors, which describe what teachers and/or students should be saying/doing at each level.-There are some descriptors that have footnotes providing more descriptive language to further extend or define key words and phrases in the descriptor language.Footnotes
13Getting to Know the Rubric Take a five minutes to flip through the rubric and consider:Why is the rubric structured as it is?What relationships do you notice among indicators?What do you notice about the levels of performance as you read from left to right?How are student actions incorporated?10 minute-For this next activity, you will take 5 minutes to look through the rubric and consider the questions on the screen. Then, you will have a 5 minute table discussion about the questions.
14Indicator “Speed Dating” Prep Hi. I’m P1, but many people call me “Know Your Students in Order to Plan Instruction Effectively.”If you hang around me, you’ll find I like to use a variety of sources to know my students’ performance levels, and I regularly use them in my planning. Also, I have various ways to garner data on my students’ backgrounds, family, interests and learning styles.I even proactively share this info with others because I like to be highly effective.In addition to this…You are now the indicator you were assignedReview your indicator so you are confident about who you areWrite a “bio” of your indicator. Here’s a sample…10 minutesYour training facilitator will now guide you through this next activity, which is Speed Dating. The activity is designed to familiarize you with your assigned indicator and learn from others as well. Have fun with this activity as you are learning.
15Indicator “Speed Dating” - Dating Rounds Guiding Questions:What “attracts” you to your “date”?How can you work together to support a teacher in developing College and Career Ready students?If your indicators happen at the highest levels, what are the effects on students?You’ll have 15 minutes to go on three to four dates.During each date, you will find a partner and introduce yourselves as your indicator.Write down the connections that you have with your “date.”15 minutes
16Indicator “Speed Dating” Debrief What new insights were revealed to you through this activity?How do these “connections” support students in becoming college and career ready?How did this activity help you begin to process the TEM 3.0 Framework?5 minutes
18TEM 3.0 and Common Core TEM 3.0 CCSS Common Core’s Instructional Shifts and TEM 2.0 and 3.0TEM 3.0CCSSTake a minute to review the CC instructional shift assigned to you.Now search the TEM rubric to find evidence of the CC instructional shift assigned to you.Debrief:What linkages do you see between the CCSS instructional shifts and the TEM language?20 minutesYou will now engage in an activity that will demonstrate how the Common Core instructional shifts are aligned with the TEM 3.0 rubric. Your training facilitator will lead you through the activity.181818
20Connecting the Indicator – T1 Objective in Relationship to StandardsT4Strategies Aligned to the ObjectiveCLE 3Resources Help Students Master Standards5 minutesWithin the TEM 3.0 rubric, connections may be made across indicators in content and language. For example, take a look at language from TEACH 1, TEACH 4 and Cultivate Learning Environment 3. What’s common among these indicators? (PAUSE FOR A MOMENT.) Language to describe and support “objectives” shows up across the indicators. However, listen carefully. While one indicator is rated with a particular score, that does not mean that the score will be the same for the other related indicators. Teaching actions may be used as evidence across multiple indicators; however, the action must be scored based on the entire context of the indicator.What’s common among these indicators?
21Connecting the Indicators Read the Teach 3 indicator and focus on the language and footnotes for differentiation/scaffolding.Look at all of the indicators and all of the descriptorsHighlight and/or underline all language that is aligned or connects to differentiation/scaffolding.Pull out the language and list it and the indicator in the table.Compare your list with members of your small group and discuss any similarities and differences found in your lists.15 minutesYour facilitator will direct you through the next two slides as you connect the indicators with TEACH 3.
22Connecting the Indicator – T3 Scaffolding and Differentiation (Content, Process or Product)T4Differentiated Strategies/ Scaffolding ChallengeT 5Higher Order Thinking and ChallengeT6CFU and ScaffoldingCLE 1Promoting Academic Effort and ChallengeCLE 3Resources Leveled or Differentiated5 minutesWhat’s common among these indicators?
23Connecting the Indicator – T2 Explanation of Content Includes ModelingT4Modeling Problem Solving StrategiesT 5Modeling Thought Process and Thinking Strategies5 minutesAs we comeback together, let’s review a couple more indicators. What’s the common among these indicators? (PAUSE FOR A MOMENT.) Language that describes and supports “modeling” is seen in these indicators. Must all of these indicators have the same score? Why or why not? (PAUSE FOR A MOMENT.) No, the teaching actions may be used as evidence across multiple indicators; however, the action must be scored based on the entire context of the indicator.What’s common among these indicators?
24Connecting the Indicator – T7 Maximizing Instructional TimeCLE 2Procedures and Routines Support Instructional TimeCLE 4Managing Behavior to Maximize Instructional Time2 minutesWhat’s the common among these indicators? (PAUSE FOR A MOMENT.) Language that describes and supports “instructional time” is evidenced in these indicators. The point of emphasis again is that while one indicator is rated with a particular score that does not mean that the score will be the same for the other related indicators. The evidenced teaching action must be scored based on the entire context of the indicator.What’s common among these indicators?
26TEACH 3Take a few minutes to read the indicator and then answer the questions:What are the teacher’s actions for Level 3?What are the students’ actions for Level 3?What are the teacher’s actions for Level 4/5?What are the student’s actions for Level 4/5?5 minutesWorking with your table mates, take 5 minutes to read the indicator and then discuss the questions. Record your responses on the TEACH 3 T-chart.
28TEACH 4Take a few minutes to read the indicator and answer the questions:What are the teacher’s actions for Level 3?What are the students’ actions for Level 3?What are the teacher’s actions for Level 4/5?What are the student’s actions for Level 4/5?5 minutesWorking with your table mates, take 5 minutes to read the indicator and then discuss the questions. Record your responses on the TEACH 4 T-chart.
30TEACH 5Take a few minutes to read the indicator and answer the questions:What are the teacher’s actions for Level 3?What are the students’ actions for Level 3?What are the teacher’s actions for Level 4/5?What are the student’s actions for Level 4/5?5 minutesWorking with your table mates, take 5 minutes to read the indicator and then discuss the questions. Record your responses on the TEACH 5 T-chart.
322 minutesAs you continue your journey through the evaluation process, please refer to My Learning Plan to attain information related to the process. In the upper left corner, you will see My File Library, which you will click on. Then, scroll down the page until you see the related TEM 3.0 documents.
33The Four Rooms of Change After learning more about TEM 3.0,what room of change are you in now?5 minutesDuring this session today, we focused on the history of the rubric, understanding the structure of the rubric, TEM 3.0 and Common Core, connections across the rubric, and diving deep into some of the indicators.Now, we will close out by revisiting the Four Rooms of Change. After learning more about TEM 3.0, what room of change are you in now? Please have each person at your table share their response and why.