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1 SESSION IV Certifying the Certified Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES Race to the Top Series December 16, 2011

2 Presenters Dr. Jackie Taylor, Byram Hills C.S.D. Superintendent Judy Powers Education Program Consultant Abby Bergman Education Program Consultant 2

3 Agenda (AM Session) Fulfilling the Requirements of Lead Evaluator 8:30 – 9:00 Nine Elements for Lead Evaluators Summary of District Implementation Decisions Student Assessments for Use by School Districts Guidance on Student Learning Objectives SLO Roadmap Considerations for Teachers & Principals of ELL Students 9:00 – 9:45 Led by our Ossining Educators: Dr. Angela White, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Mr. Raymond Sanchez, Deputy Superintendent of Schools Ms. Ann Dealy, Brookside School Principal Break 9:45 – 9:55 Considerations for Teachers & Principals of SWD 9: :25 Statewide Reporting System, Growth Model & Value Added 10: :25 Led by Kathleen Conley, Director of Pupil Personnel Services Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Celebration 11:25 –11:30 3

4 Agenda (PM Session) Fulfilling the Requirements of Lead Evaluator 12:30 – 1:00 Nine Elements for Lead Evaluators Summary of District Implementation Decisions Student Assessments for Use by School Districts Guidance on Student Learning Objectives SLO Roadmap Considerations for Teachers & Principals of ELL Students 1:00 – 1:45 Led by our Ossining Educators: Dr. Angela White, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Mr. Raymond Sanchez, Deputy Superintendent of Schools Ms. Ann Dealy, Brookside School Principal Break 1:45 – 1:55 Considerations for Teachers & Principals of SWD 1:55 - 2:25 Statewide Reporting System, Growth Model & Value Added 2:25 - 3:25 Led by Kathleen Conley, Director of Pupil Personnel Services Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Celebration 3:25 - 3:30 4

5 Lead Evaluator Training ElementsNetwork Team Training on Common Core Standards, Data driven Instruction, and APPR 1. NYS teaching standards and their related elements and the Leadership standards Reviewed NYS teaching standards, State Common Core Standards, and conducted several activities involving their implementation. 2. Evidence based observations that are grounded in researchAddressed the principles of evidence-based observations with examples. 3. Application and use of the student growth percentile model and the value added growth model Reviewed the student growth model, value added models, and status to date. 4. Application and use of the State approved teacher or principal rubrics, including training on the effective application of such rubrics Discussed and demonstrated approved evaluation rubrics and how to implement them. 5. Application and use of any assessments tools that school district or BOCES utilizes to evaluate its classroom teacher or building principals Reviewed regulations regarding local assessment option and third part approved assessments. 6. Application and use of any State approved locally selected measures of student achievement used by the school district or BOCES to evaluate its teachers or principals Reviewed testing standards, rigor and comparability, and the development of local and BOCES assessments. 7. Use of the State wide Reporting systemReviewed data elements related to SIRS collection process including: Foundation data Teacher student linkage Student grading 8. The scoring methodology utilized by the Department/ and or district or BOCES to evaluate a teacher or principal, including how scores are generated for each subcomponent and the composite effectiveness core Reviewed the 100 point HEDI system and its subcomponents. 9. Specific considerations in evaluating teacher and principals of ELL and Students with disabilities Guidance for principals and superintendents in how they can evaluate the performance of educators (teachers and principals) of SWD and ELLs using data and other techniques. PNW BOCES Network Team Training and Nine Elements for Lead Evaluators 5

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7 Assessment Name / Vendor Name Grade(s) / Subject(s)Can this assessment be used for the growth subcomponent? Explore ACT Inc. 8-9 ELA, Math, Science No PLAN ACT Inc. 10 ELA, Math, Science No The ACT ACT Inc ELA, Math, Science No QualityCore End of Course Assessments ACT Inc English 9, Biology, Integrated Algebra No AP Program College Board 9-12 ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Arts No PSAT/NMSQT College Board ELA, Math No ReadiStep College Board 8 ELA, Math No 7

8 8 Assessment Name / Vendor NameGrade(s) / Subject(s)Can this assessment be used for the growth subcomponent? SAT College Board ELA, Math No SAT Subject Tests College Board and other ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language No Assessment Center/ip Growth CORE K12 Education 3-12 ELA, Math, Science Yes Acuity CTB /McGraw-Hill) 3-8 ELA, Math Yes Terra Nova CTB/McGraw-Hill K-12 ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies Yes i-Ready Dignostic Assessment Curriculum Associates K-8 ELA, Math Yes Measures of Academic Progress (ELA, Math) Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) 2-12 ELA, Math Yes 8

9 Assessment Name / Vendor Name.Grade(s) / Subject(s)Can this assessment be used for the growth subcomponent? Measures of Academic Progress (Science) Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) 2-10 Science Yes Performance Based Task Assessment Pearson 3-12 ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies Yes STAR Early Literacy Enterprise Renaissance Learning, Inc. K-3 Literacy skills Yes STAR MATH Enterprise Renaissance Learning, Inc. K-12 Math Yes STAR Reading Enterprise Renaissance Learning, Inc. K-8 Reading SkillsYes The Iowa Tests The Riverside Publishing Company K-12 ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Other Yes Performance Series Scantron Corporation 2-12 Reading (grades 2-12), Math (grades 2-9), ELA (grades 2-8), life science and inquiry (grades 2- 8) Yes 9

10 Student Learning Objectives 10 Guidance on the New York State District-Wide Goal Setting Process: Student Learning Objectives New York State District-wide Growth Goal Setting Process: Student Learning Objectives Road Map for Districts: November 2011 (Handouts in Packets)

11 Considerations for Teachers & Principals of ELL Students Led by our good colleagues from Ossining: Dr. Angela White, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Mr. Raymond Sanchez, Deputy Superintendent of Schools Ms. Ann Dealy, Brookside School Principal 11

12 Considerations for Teachers & Principals of SWD Knows and seeks information on the range of students with disabilities in their school (e.g., Aspergers, learning disabilities, cognitive impairments) Collaborates with the Director of Special Education on learning the regulations for students with disabilities and implementation in their school Understands and seeks new learning on 504 regulations and Part 200 regulations Occasionally observes teachers and service providers in CSE meetings or 504 meetings Uses data inquiry to understand specific performance levels of students with disabilities and observes support strategies for students with disabilities Is knowledgeable about the needs of parents of students with disabilities and plans resources to support these parents Seeks general education extra-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities Coordinates curriculum initiatives with the assistant superintendent of instruction and director of special education Is knowledgeable about differentiated instruction, grading and homework practices and builds the capacity of general educators and special educators to improve their practice Develops building schedules and testing schedules that address the testing accommodations identified on IEPs and the related service needs of students with disabilities Is knowledgeable about and plans for assistive technology and other equipment needed for students with disabilities Evaluates programs for students with disabilities regularly in collaboration with the assistant superintendent for instruction and the director of special education 12

13 As you review the Considerations for Teachers & Principals of SWD, answer the following questions: 1. What do you notice that makes the evaluation of special educators different that general educators? 2. What specifically would you add to this list? 3. What on this list might apply to general educators and why ? 4. What supports do you have to provide to special educators to enhance the achievement of students with disabilities? 5. How does this impact the evaluation of special educators?

14 Statewide Reporting System Student Growth Model Value-Added Models Led by our good colleague from Tarrytown: Ms. Kathleen Conley, Director of Pupil Personnel Services 13

15 Wrap Up This series of workshops reminds me of a New Years noisemaker because Auld Lang Syne


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