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1 BTSA Advisory Council BTSA Advisory Council October 15, 2012

2 Welcome Introductions Purpose of the Advisory Council – Update stakeholders – Obtain feedback from stakeholders – Help prepare for site visit

3 Today’s Agenda Program Update Council Feedback

4 BTSA Website /index-new.html /index-new.html

5 # Of Schools Impacted by BTSA All comprehensive schools have PTs 1 PT from Creekside HS (Alt Ed) 3 PTs from ECLC Private School – Merage Jewish Community Center of OC– 1PT – Mater Dei – 1PT – New Horizon – 2 PTs – St. Mary’s – 1 PT

6 Elementary vs Secondary 19 Middle School PTs – 15 Y1 PTs – 4 Y2 PTs 38 High School PTs – 24 Y1 PT – 14 Y2 PTs 99 Elementary PTs – 47 Y1 PTs – 52 Y2 PTs 5 Elementary PTs (private school) – 4 Y2 PTs – 1 Y1 PT 3 ECLC PTs – 3 Y1 PTs

7 PT Positions 92 Teachers – 48 Y1, 44 Y2 64 Instructional Assistants – 39 Y1 – 25 Y2 (1 transferred from SVUSD) 3 TOSAs – all Y2 (1 transferred from Walnut Valley) 5 Long Term Substitutes

8 PT Credentials 164 PTs – 90 Y1 PTs – 74 Y2 PTs 66 hold Single Subject Credential 92 hold Multiple Subject Credential 6 hold Dual Credentials – 2 with Special Ed & Multiple Subject Credentials – 7 with Single Subject & Multiple Subject Credentials

9 Units Awarded 71 PTs received 3 Induction units 10 PTs received 1 PD unit 1 PT received 2 PD units

10 Support Providers 74 SPs – 32 NEW SPs – 42 VETERAN SPs – 8 retirees – 61 Active IUSD Teachers – 1 New Horizon 1:2.2 SP to PT ratio= 1:2.2

11 Support Providers YTD 298 support providers total – 22 are now retired – 225 active with IUSD 12 substitute teachers – 50 separated/resigned from IUSD

12 FACT Formative Assessment for California Teachers Essential Standards (6 per year) Common Core focus Units available for PTs only

13 Program Changes IUSD website Timeline – Increased SP observations – Increased # of SP trainings Attendance Site Assignment Orientation Checklist – In progress

14 Monthly Meeting Topics August/September Orientation October Modules A & B November Module E/Reviews December PD Choice January Module C February Encompass March Parent Communication April Special Ed Inclusion May Cultural Panel

15 Encompass HORIZON LINE tells a story of conflicting impulses and loyalties in the life of an impressionable young man. Danny loves art and yearns to create a happy picture of himself and his world. But his desire to fit in—to be seen, to be heard—lead him toward acts that destroy property, frighten people and place his own future in jeopardy. WHEELS Who "belongs" in this country and who doesn't? WHEELS explores immigration, xenophobia and the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship through the eyes of Oscar, a 15 1/2 year old Salvadoran-American youth and the people he encounters on his first journey through the maze of the DMV.

16 Accreditation Biennial Report – Assessment of Candidate Competency – Unit & Program Assessment & Evaluation Program Assessment Site Visit- postponed to Available on the BTSA website

17 Biennial Report Results Candidate Competency Program Effectiveness Area of focus: SP Efficacy Assessments used – Pre/Post Assessment Results – Lesson Plans – Mid-Year Surveys – State Survey

18 Biennial Report Assessment of Candidate Competency – Pre & Post Assessment: demonstrates student growth – Lesson Plans: demonstrates planning of differentiation for all students – Portfolio Reviews: demonstrates evidence connection to CSTPs

19 Biennial Report Unit & Program Assessment & Evaluation – Mid Year Survey: provides feedback to SP how their efforts align with the average SP and areas of potential improvement – State Survey: provides the program data to show areas of potential growth – SP Feedback Meetings: SPs have the opportunity to provide feedback regarding the program and offer suggestions for improvement

20 Mid Year Survey

21 Council Input Professional Development Topics Education Specialist Program Attendance

22 Professional Development Topics

23 Education Specialist Program OUSD – Train SPs – $2,000: 1-5 PTs for online classes – $700 per credential review CAPO – Train SPs – Portfolio evidence reviews – Cost unknown/negotiable Other Options – IUSD – Teachers responsible for obtaining clear thru IHEs Do we pursue it or wait until IUSD has an approved state program?

24 Attendance

25 Where are we now… Participating Teachers – Registration will close 11/1/12 – Orientation – October Monthly Meetings: 10/16 & 10/23 Support Providers – Completed 2 Veteran & 2 New SP Meetings – Majority of PT/SP matches complete

26 Thank you “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” -William Arthur Ward Advisory Council Meetings Advisory Council Meetings: Watch for Outlook invitation


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