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1 Tyler School Solutions Course Setup – Missouri State Reporting A supplement to the District Subjects Overview Quick Sheet Revised 09/18/14

2 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Overview This presentation is a Missouri-specific supplement to the District Subjects Overview Quick Sheet. When printing this presentation, change Settings on the Print options screen to print the Note Pages. The Note Page contains the slide, along with information and instructions related to the presentation slides.

3 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer At Risk Courses Definition: Classes where students receiving individualized assistance in a group setting. An example is Credit Recovery, providing an opportunity for high school students to complete the requirements of a previously failed class.

4 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer At Risk Courses

5 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Before/After School Care Programs Definition: School Age Community/Afterschool (SAC/A) programs are not a continuation of the school day, but extend and enrich the opportunities for experiential learning, social development, and recreation during non-school hours. Although the programs are called by a variety of names – Latchkey, Afterschool, Before School, Extended Day, SAC, 21st CCLC, School Age Child Care, Adventure Club, Prime Time, etc. –all should be reported in MOSIS If the programs receive special funding, they are reported following the guidelines established by those sections. SAC/A funded by the district must be included, and if they are tuition- based that should be indicated in the Comments area. Students should be reported if regularly scheduled. Otherwise the teacher’s caseload should be reported.

6 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Before/After School Care

7 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Before/After School Care If the program is not structured for regular attendance: Example: School District offers an after-school program where parents only pay for the days their student attends. No pre-determined expectation as to what days the student participates.

8 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Career Courses-Taught at your High School Definition: High schools students in your district attend career classes at your high school

9 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Career Courses-Taught at your High School

10 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Career Courses-Taught at your district’s Career Technical Center Definition: High schools students in your district, along with high school students from neighboring districts, attend career classes at your district’s Career Technical Center.

11 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Career Courses-Taught at your district’s Career Technical Center

12 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Career Courses-Taught by another District Definition: Your high school students attend career courses at another district’s Career Technical Center

13 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Career Technical Education

14 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Combined Courses Definition: Any classes where two or more subjects are taught during the same period by the same instructor. Examples: Accounting 1 and Accounting 2 Elementary self-contained 4 th Grade/5 th Grade Class SpEd self-contained Grades 1-5 Class

15 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Combined Classes

16 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Combined Classes

17 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Co-Teaching (Class-within-a-Class) Definition: A class where two teachers in a general education classroom, one general education teacher and one Special Education teacher, who work together to provide instruction to students. For State Reporting purposes, create one section whose class roster includes both the SpEd and non-SpEd students

18 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Co-Teaching (Class Within A Class)

19 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Dual Credit Classes Definition: Courses offered that enable high school students to receive, simultaneously, both high school and college-level or technical course credit. Site Section is marked as a dual credit eligible course Students paying dual credit tuition are reported using Programs and Services

20 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Dual Credit Classes Dual Credit

21 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Dual Credit Classes Dual Credit – Receiving instruction off high school campus

22 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Embedded Credit Definition: Missouri has an embedded credit system which incorporates competencies from one subject into another subject and allows students to earn credit for both. As a result of increased graduation requirements, embedded credit is one way to ensure students have the opportunity to complete a rigorous core of academic and technical coursework.an embedded credit system Example: Ag Science 2 Practical Arts Credit =.50 Embedded Science Credit =.50

23 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Embedded Credit Class

24 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Embedded Credit Class

25 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Courses Not Reported Leave the State Code field (State Course Number) blank to ensure subject/sections are not reported in the export file

26 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Elementary Courses

27 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Elementary Library Definition: Library time - An elementary Librarian is teaching a classroom of students and the classroom teacher is not present

28 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Elementary Library The Librarian must have a Media assignment, the position as a librarian, whether or not they teach Library Time classes.

29 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Missouri Virtual Instructional Program (MOVIP) Definition: MOVIP is a tuition program offering online coursework to public, private and home school K-12 students needing credit recovery, advanced courses, curriculum enhancement and/or to resolve scheduling conflicts. If the district is paying tuition to MOVIP for a student to take the online courses, then the resident district reports the student and the MoVip courses. Delivery Method = S (electronic media) or V (Virtual)

30 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Missouri Virtual Instructional Program (MOVIP) When the state pays tuition to MoVIP for a student to take online classes, the student must be withdrawn from the resident district. -Withdrawal Reason = T001 – Transfer to another public school, outside the district, in state -Transfer To: MoVIP district school 1050 (high school) or 4020 (elementary) as appropriate.

31 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Personal Finance Course Missouri’s graduation requirements includes a half-unit (one semester ) of Personal Finance. Course may be offered in grades 10, 11 and 12. Each student’s transcript must indicate that he/she earned a passing grade in course. Course may be counted as one ‐ half credit for practical arts or social studies – Practical Arts = Meets Personal Finance requirement + one-half required credit in practical arts (0.5 credit) – Social Studies = Meets Personal Finance requirement + one-half (0.5 credit) of the 3 units of required social studies Requirement may be satisfied with embedded credits Instructor must hold a valid Missouri teaching certificate and be most qualified person to teach the course

32 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Personal Finance Course

33 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Team Teaching Definition: Identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students (general ed classes)

34 © Tyler Technologies Tyler School Solutions | Kickoff and Knowledge Transfer Team Teaching


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