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1 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center NETDivision of Instructional Support Developing College Readiness through Instructional Delivery October 25, 2010

2 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Purpose Participants will be given the opportunity to discuss and contribute ideas, suggestions, challenges, strengths and weakness for the critical area of Instructional Delivery to successfully transition to STAAR which include:  Instructional Practices  High Yield Instructional Strategies  Professional Development  Sustainability

3 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Goals Learning Sharing Planning

4 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Goals (cont’d) 1.Learning-provide the most current information on STAAR and its implications for the critical area of Instructional Delivery to inform and guide instructional decisions. 2.Sharing-an opportunity for school districts to contribute and share best practices that are meaningful and essential to transitioning. 3.Planning- to initiate discussion into the steps, stakeholders, actions and timelines it will take to ensure student success.

5 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Learning STAAR and its implications for Instructional Delivery to inform and guide decisions.

6 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Carousel Activity With regard to STAAR, what do you know about each area? – Mathematics – Science – Social Studies – English Language Arts/Reading – General What is the source-TEA, ESC, word of mouth?

7 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Quick Write What do you need to know about STAAR? – Mathematics – Science – Social Studies – English Language Arts/Reading – General

8 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Overview

9 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support STAAR Resources Website: Resources: – Assessment Attributes – Assessed Curriculum – Test blueprints for the grades/subjects and courses assessed

10 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support House Bill 3 defines college readiness as the level of preparation a student must attain in English language arts and mathematics courses to enroll and succeed, without remediation, in an entry-level general education course for credit in that same content area for a baccalaureate degree or associate degree program (Section a) TEA, Student Assessment Division College Readiness

11 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support STAAR Grades 3−8 3−8 mathematics 3−8 reading 4 and 7 writing 5 and 8 science 8 social studies 11 Implemented in 2011−2012 School Year TEA, Student Assessment Division Advanced Expectations! Rigor

12 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support STAAR End-of-Course High School English I, English II, English III Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II Biology, Chemistry, Physics World Geography, World History, U.S. History 12 Graduation requirement for students entering 9 th grade in the 2011−2012 school year TEA, Student Assessment Division College Ready!

13 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support STAAR Design TEKS FOR SPECIFIC GRADE OR COURSE Assessed Across Years (Supporting Standards) NOT ASSESSED Focus of Assessment (Readiness Standards) Source: TEA Assessment Division

14 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Readiness and Supporting Standards Analysis 1.Read paragraphs four and five. 2.Discuss the difference between readiness and supporting standards. 3.As a group, complete the following prompt: The difference between readiness and supporting standards is…

15 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Readiness and Supporting Standards Examples from grade The student solves application problems involving estimation and measurement. The student is expected to: (B) connect models for volume of prisms (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders to formulas of prisms (triangular and rectangular) and cylinders; Supporting Standard (C) estimate measurements and solve application problems involving volume of prisms (rectangular and triangular) and cylinders. Readiness Standard

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25 TAKS vs STAAR Put two lines under features that are the same Draw an oval around features that are new in STAAR Cross out features of TAKS that are not present in STAAR

26 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Number of Testing Days TAKSSTAAR Grades 3 – 8Total 19 (27 with SSI Retesting) High SchoolTotal 13 (25 with Exit Level Retesting) Total 15 (45 with Retesting)

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30 Implications To guide the planning of Instructional Delivery for the transition to STAAR. – Instructional Practices – High Yield Instructional Strategies – Professional Development – Sustainability Activity: Comparison of Assessment Attributes

31 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Sharing Obtaining the Voice of the Customer to develop a planning tool that will serve as a guide for school districts in transitioning to the new STAAR assessment program.

32 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Planning What actions are necessary to ensure student success? – Instructional Practices – High Yield Strategies – Professional Development – Sustainability

33 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Action Plan PresentFutureWhat is needed

34 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Our Commitment Region One Education Service Center will develop a comprehensive plan that will guide and support local district efforts to successfully transition to STAAR and Beyond.

35 ©2010, Region One Education Service Center WWW. ESC1. NETDivision of Instructional Support Thank you! Region One ESC Staff Julie Reynolds, M.Ed. – Coordinator for Science Department Amy Mares, M.Ed. – Coordinator for Bilingual/ESL Program Patty Rendon, M.Ed. – Coordinator for Gifted/Talented Program


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