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1 Training

2 EDUCATEAlabama Support Team

3 SDE Leadership & SDE Information Systems SDE Helpdesk Alabama Supercomputer Authority

4  Welcome-Purpose-Outcomes  Terminology-Acronyms  EDUCATEAlabama (EA) At A Glance  General EA “Fixes” - ASA  AL Online Education Directory (ED DIR) - SDE IS  Training Back in your LEA  All EA Users  EA Reviewers  EAEvaluators  Evaluatees  Suggested Timelines  Questions

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6 Only Site EA Users Need To Know

7  EA Reviewers  EA Reviewers = All Instructional Leaders that may review the EA process systemwide, but are not evaluating Educators (e.g., Central Office Staff)  EA Evaluators All Instructional Leaders that are evaluating Educators using the EA process (e.g., principals, assistant principals, career technical directors)  EA Evaluators = All Instructional Leaders that are evaluating Educators using the EA process (e.g., principals, assistant principals, career technical directors)  EA Evaluatees All Educators being evaluated using the EA process (e.g., regular/special ed.teachers, librarians, counselors, other educators)  EA Evaluatees = All Educators being evaluated using the EA process (e.g., regular/special ed.teachers, librarians, counselors, other educators)  EA Users = All of the above !!

8  SDE = State Department of Education  ASA = Alabama Supercomputer Authority  IS = SDE Information Systems  LE = SDE Leadership & Evaluation  EA = EDUCATEAlabama  ED DIR = SDE Online Education Directory  AQTS = AL Quality Teaching Standards  Continuum = AL Continuum for Teacher Development  Assessment = Educator Self Assessment  PLP = Professional Learning Plan  SE = Supporting Evidence  EA Evaluators All Instructional Leaders that are evaluating Educators using the EA process (e.g., principals, assistant principals, career technical directors)  EA Evaluators = All Instructional Leaders that are evaluating Educators using the EA process (e.g., principals, assistant principals, career technical directors)  EA Evaluatees All Educators being evaluate using the EA process (e.g., regular/special ed.teachers, librarians, counselors, other educators)  EA Evaluatees = All Educators being evaluate using the EA process (e.g., regular/special ed.teachers, librarians, counselors, other educators)

9 August August  EA Work Group developed process September - November September - November  IS Created method to access EA through ED DIR  ASA Developed online process  LE Provided 14 face-to-face trainings on ED DIR and EA process December EA Reviewers, Evaluators, Evaluatees December EA Reviewers, Evaluators, Evaluatees  Registered through ED DIR  Began EA online process 2010

10 January - July January - July  EA Reviewers, Evaluators, Evaluatees  Registered/updated ED DIR accounts  Implemented EA online process  SDE Helpdesk (IS) SDE Leadership & Evaluation Alabama Supercomputer Authority  Provided ongoing technical assistance ED DIR ED DIR Online process Online process EA content EA content 2011

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12 Provides:  LEA information for printable SDE Education Directory  Foundational data for multiple SDE applications  Authentication (Login) for multiple SDE applications

13 Method For All EA Users: SDE’s Current Method For All EA Users:  Authentication (Login) of all EA Users  Staff Assignment for all EA Users : Location Central office School School Other Other Role Superintendent/Central Office Staff Career Technical Education Director Career Technical Education Director Principal/Assistant Principal Principal/Assistant Principal Educator (includes regular/special educators, ARI reading coaches, school counselors, school librarians) Educator (includes regular/special educators, ARI reading coaches, school counselors, school librarians)

14  EA users will login to EA site to register/update ED DIR accounts  No need to access ED DIR website!  EA site will access both ED DIR & EA !  ED DIR “How To” tutorials now available, providing improved directions for EA users  FAQ Document addressing common ED DIR issues now available

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16 ASA

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25 ALL EDUCATORS Regular Classroom Teachers Special Education Teachers School Counselors School Librarians Alabama Reading Initiative Reading Coaches Pre-K Special Educators Psychometrist/School Psychologists Speech-Language Pathologists Special Educators of Students generally taking the Alabama Alternate Assessment (AAA)

26 Late Summer 2011 EA User Training ED DIR Accounts EA Profiles Late Summer/Early Fall 2011 Late Summer/Early Fall 2011 Data Review Assessment Dialogue   PLP Fall - Ongoing PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT   Supporting Evidence Mid/Late Summer 2012 Evidence Summary EA Closeout

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28  Many available through:  Alabama Department of Education - Increased accessibility in  Local Education Agencies  Colleges and Universities  Professional Associations and Organizations  Private and Commercial Vendors  Other

29 Need a cost free professional study for the Continuum indicators included in your PLP? Click the Continuum indicator to see what is available! ASA

30 ASA 2.9 Then *cost-free PD opportunities, such as e-Learning for Educator course below, may be available for selection *EDU 4403 Designing a Virtual Field Trip * EDU 5501 Data Based School Reform for Administrators *EDU 5508 Using Google to Become a 21 st Century Administrator *REA 3455 Kids, Content, & Comprehension *SCI 2613 Integrating Literacy & the Life Sciences *SCI 3651 Life Science K-2: I am a Survivor * Example only, subject to change

31 (PD Title No. EDU4403E)- Designing a Virtual Field Trip Proficiency Level: Mastery Subject(s):Foreign Languages,Language Arts & Reading,Guidance,Health Education,Industrial Education,Interdisciplinary,Leadership Training,Multicultural Education,Music,Parent Education,Psychology,Science,Social Science,Volunteer,Special Education,Technology,Computer Education,Mathematics,Business,Art,Career Tech,Library Media Grade(s): PreK,K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,CC,Other Hours: Description This workshop will enable participants to use Internet resources to design a "virtual field trip" for their students. Participants will become familiar with the strategies and resources that educators use to design these field trips, as well as tips and tricks to ensure their success. By the end of the workshop, participants will have designed an effective and engaging virtual field trip that is aligned to their state's standards. Pre-requisites This is an introductory course for teachers, technology specialists, curriculum specialists, professional development specialists, or other school personnel. Participants are expected to have regular access to computers. In addition, participants should be proficient with using , browsing the Internet, and navigating to computer files. Objectives This workshop will enable participants to: 1. Become familiar with the different types of virtual field trips 2. Become familiar with locating and using diverse Internet resources that can be used on a virtual field trip 3. Develop strategies for aligning a virtual field trip with existing curriculum and standards 4. Understand how to use Microsoft Word to create and present virtual field trips to students 5. Develop strategies for assessing virtual field trips 2.9

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33 LE  All Evaluatees (Educators/Librarians/Counselors) select & complete one & only one, Educator Self Assessment  Librarians also serving as classroom teachers will complete the Educator Self Assessment for Librarians  Counselors also serving as classroom teachers will complete the Educator Self Assessment for Counselors  Counselors & Librarians unsure of which Educator Self Assessment to complete will seek direction from their Evaluator

34 LE  The completed Educator Self Assessment provides the basis for a meaningful conversation between the Evaluator and Evaluatee.  From this conversation, the Evaluator and Evaluatee will determine plans for professional growth and implementation.  Meaningful dialogue should result in finalizing indicators, selected from the completed Educator Self Assessment, assigned to the PLP.

35 LE “Levels of Practice” selected by the Evaluatee will not necessarily determine the indicator(s) assigned to the PLP for professional growth. Indicators assigned to PLP should reflect the most significant professional growth needs for the Evaluatee, regardless of selected “Level of Practice.”

36 LE  Evaluatees and Evaluators will finalize the PLP at the beginning of the school year, after the Educator Self Assessment is complete and the Dialogue is held.  Evaluatees are responsible for entering the PLP content. Remember the PD opportunities now available through the link embedded in the PLP Educator Learning textbox! Remember the PD opportunities now available through the link embedded in the PLP Educator Learning textbox!  Evaluatees and Evaluators are responsible for reviewing/editing/completing PLP content.

37  Evidence of Evaluatees’ professional growth supporting PLP  After the PLP is complete, the following will be entered during EA process:  Evaluators and/or Reviewers Only Unnannounced Observations Unnannounced Observations (Two required for Full Evaluation Cycle) (Two required for Full Evaluation Cycle)  Reviewers, Evaluators, and Evaluatees Observation Comments Observation Comments Instructional Practices Instructional Practices Student Data Student Data Roles-Responsibilities Roles-Responsibilities Additional Indicators NEW ! Additional Indicators NEW ! General Comments NEW ! General Comments NEW ! Other Other  Enter throughout summer, as needed prior to next year LE

38 LE  Evidence Summary  Optional report completed by Evaluators at the end of EA process, prior to the next year  Evaluators will close each educator’s EA process for by July 27,  EA process should remain open to enter supporting evidence related to the Evaluatee’s professional development experiences during summer  If EA process is closed prematurely, the Evaluator has capacity to re-open until July 27,  EA processes not closed by Evaluators will be closed by the SDE on August 1, 2012.

39  August 1-8  SDE Train all:  LEA Evaluation & Technology Coordinators  August - Mid September  LEA Evaluation/Technology Coordinators train all:  LEA EA Reviewers & EA Evaluators  EA Evaluators train all:  LEA EA Evaluatees

40  August  SDE Training  August - Mid Sept  Local Training  Data Review  Late August - Mid/Late Sept  ED DIR Account Registration/Update  EA Login/Logout & Profile Update  Mid Sept - Early Oct  Educator Self Assessment

41  Late Sept - Early Nov  Dialogues & PLPs  Mid/Late Oct - Mid Nov  Begin Supporting Evidence  Late Oct - Mid July 2012  Continue Supporting Evidence  Mid-Late July 2012  Optional Evidence Summary  LEA EA Closeout  August 1, 2012  SDE EA Closeout  August 2, 2012  EA Begins

42 Regularly Scheduled Live WebEx Sessions Recording accessible via LE website  Recording accessible via LE website  Tentative EA topics Data reports & assessment Dialogue, PLP, & professional studies Supporting Evidence Exploring PLUs and/or CEUs survey for future needs Evidence Summary & Closeout Ongoing technical support, upon request Leadership & Evaluation  Leadership & Evaluation  Information Systems Helpdesk  Alabama Supercomputer Authority

43 NOT For Evaluating INSTRUCTIONALLEADERS

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