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1 NC Arts Education Leaders Webinar Christie Lynch Ebert, Arts Education Consultant and A+ Liaison, NCDPI Brenda Wheat Whiteman, A+ Arts Education Specialist, NCDPI September 21, :30 – 4:30 p.m.

2 TIPS Chat box/Question box –Participants will be muted during the webinar unless presenting –Please use the chat box or question box Questions/Answers –Monitored and answered in question box and/or at the end of webinar Follow-up –Presenters online at conclusion of webinar – /phone –Presentation posted on Website

3 Presenters Christie Lynch Ebert Arts Education Consultant and A+ Liaison Brenda Wheat Whiteman A+ Arts Education Specialist

4 Let’s Take a Poll!

5 Where are you located? Eastern NC Piedmont/Central NC Western NC

6 What is your role?

7 NCDPI Summer Institutes

8 AGENDA 1.CCSS and NCES distinctions 2.Blended PD Plan 3.Resources 4.Sharing Local Plans 5.DPI Update 6.Next Steps 7.Questions

9 NC Standard Course of Study Common Core State Standards –English Language Arts –Mathematics North Carolina Essential Standards –Arts Education –English Language Development* –Guidance (September 2011) –Healthful Living (Health and Physical Education) –Information and Technology* –Science –Social Studies –World Languages

10 CCSS and NCES Similarities –Fewer, clearer, higher –Alignment with other standards, research, 21 st century skills –Focused on improving student achievement (student outcomes) Differences –Format –Taxonomies RBT (NCES) Other (CCSS) –Specific to NC (NCES) –Optional adoption from national movement (CCSS)

11 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE PhaseSchool YearDistrict-Level And Charter School Responsibilities Phase I “Get Ready”  attend Common Core State Standards and North Carolina Essential Standards 2011 Summer Institutes  create local professional development (PD) plan Phase II “Get Set”  implement local PD plan (ongoing)  evaluate local PD (ongoing)  participate in ongoing NCDPI PD opportunities  implement Information and Technology Essential Standards  continue implementation of the English Language Development Standard Course of Study  attend 2012 Summer Institutes Phase III “GO!”  implement all standards statewide  implement and evaluate local PD plan  participate in ongoing NCDPI PD opportunities  attend 2013 Summer Institutes Phase IV “The view from the ‘Top’ is magnificent!”  evaluate implementation in order to inform next phases of PD (sustainability, new teachers, RTI, Implementation Science)  attend 2014 Summer Institutes

12 Annual PD Cycle

13 K-12 Dance Music Theatre Arts Visual Arts Arts Education Essential Standards PD Plan

14 Quarterly webinars –3:30 – 4:30 p.m minutes for questions Arts Education Coordinators Meetings September 21 December 7 February 8 May 9 September 21 December 7 February 8 May 9 Raleigh: September 30, 2011 Winston-Salem: March 23, 2012 Raleigh: September 30, 2011 Winston-Salem: March 23, 2012

15 IHE training –October 7 - Raleigh –October 10 - Wilmington –October 13 – Boone A+ Schools Program –Ongoing support and alignment –Continued collaboration between NCDPI/NCDCR Arts Education Professional Associations –Dance –Music –Theatre Arts –Visual Arts Arts Education Essential Standards PD Plan

16 Region 4Southern PinesFebruary 17, 2012 Region 5GreensboroMarch 8, 2012 Region 7WilkesboroMarch 9, 2012 Region 6CharlotteMarch 12, 2012 Region 3DurhamMarch 14, 2012 Region 2KenansvilleMarch 19, 2012 Region 1ManteoMarch 20, 2012 Region 8EnkaMarch 26, 2012 RESA Trainings Arts Education Essential Standards PD Plan

17 Summer Institutes 2012 Dates TBD Arts Education Essential Standards PD Plan

18 CCSS and NCES Resources Accountability and Curriculum Reform Effort (ACRE) website: –Standards (all areas) –Instructional tools (all areas)

19 Instructional Tools Available Summer 2011:  Crosswalks  Unpacking the Standards In development:  Graphic Organizers  Formative Assessment Strategies  ArtsFolio/Student Profile  Learning Progressions/Learning Maps  Terminologies  Future Tools

20 CCSS/NCES Resources Summer 2011 NCDPI Institute Materials –Facilitator’s Guide guide.pdfhttp://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/acre/resources/facilitator- guide.pdf –Content Sessions –Wiki sites All areas: Arts Education:

21 CCSS and NCES Resources Online learning modules –http://center.ncsu.edu/nchttp://center.ncsu.edu/nc –The Call for Change* –Understanding the Standards* –Developing Local Curricula –Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy –NC FALCON* –NC Professional Teaching Standards and Teacher Evaluation System*

22 Local Professional Development Plans

23 Structures for Collaboration

24 Sharing Local Plans Raise hand to be recognized and assume presenter status Name School System or Charter School State approximate number of arts teachers Provide summary of local plan

25 Sharing Local Plans Spotlight on Wake County –Collaborative plan –Wiki siteWiki site –5 online learning modules –Other resources

26 Sharing Local Plans Spotlight on Winston-Salem/ Forsyth Schools –Mini-seminar with Central Office coordinator with breakout in content-specific groups to compare old and new standards and report findings –Two additional sessions with continued breakouts and focus on local curricula development –Sharing of plans

27 Sharing Local Plans Volunteers from the audience???

28 Sharing Local Plans Raise hand to be recognized and assume presenter status Name School System or Charter School State approximate number of arts teachers Provide summary of local plan

29 Implementing the Standards

30 NCDPI Updates

31 S66: Comprehensive Arts Education Components Arts Education –(arts as core, academic subjects) Arts Integration –(arts as a catalyst for learning across the curriculum) Arts Exposure –(exposure to arts experiences)

32 H758: Establish Arts Education Commission Signed into law by the Governor on June 24, Visit the NC General Assembly website (http://www.ncga.state.nc.us) - search H758. Report. – The Commission shall report its findings and recommendations to the 2012 Regular Session of the 2011 NCGA no later than May 1, &BillID=H758

33 H758: Establish Arts Education Commission Duties: –(1) Review, prioritize, and recommend implementation strategies for the recommendations of the Comprehensive Arts Education Plan (K-12). –(2) Recommend the content and process to establish an arts education "report card" which shall be presented yearly by the Department of Public Instruction to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee.

34 H758: Establish Arts Education Commission Duties: (continued) –(3) Recommend ways to assess and promote opportunities for students to learn the skills of creativity and innovation in public schools. –(4) Work with the Department of Public Instruction in the creation of arts education assessment models (arts education and arts integration)

35 H758: Establish Arts Education Commission Duties: (continued) –(5) Recommend the establishment of arts education accountability incentives for schools under the Accountability and Curriculum Reform Effort (ACRE). (arts education, arts integration, concentrations in the arts) –(6) Study and recommend a permanent financing strategy to provide for comprehensive arts education in grades K-12.

36 Arts Education Website –Updated with information on an ongoing basis –Listserv: > Resources > NCDPI Arts Education Listserv Updates Image Citation 27

37 Next Steps Continue to participate in webinars, RESA training, Arts Education Coordinator Meetings, and Summer Institutes Use the Wiki space to network and share resources Provide input and feedback into the development of instructional tools and support Let us know your needs!

38 Questions and Closing Questions??? –Thank you for joining us! –This Webinar presentation will be posted on the Arts Education wiki site. –If you have feedback about the virtual meeting format, please let us know. Please feel free to log off when you are ready, or, stay and ask questions…

39 NCDPI Contact Information Christie Lynch Ebert Ph: Brenda Wheat Whiteman Ph:


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