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1 REICH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SPRING SEMESTER 2008 Opening Meeting WELCOME

2 FALL 2007 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

3 FACULTY AND STAFF RECOGNITION

4 Melanie Greene, (C&I) Board of Governors’ Teaching Excellence Award for ASU Melanie Greene, (C&I) Board of Governors’ Teaching Excellence Award for ASU Charlene Sox, (C&I) Board of Governors’ Teaching Excellence Award (campus) Charlene Sox, (C&I) Board of Governors’ Teaching Excellence Award (campus) Joy Osborne, ASU Outstanding Staff Award Joy Osborne, ASU Outstanding Staff Award

5 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

6 Professional Development SALT Grants Awarded—11 proposals and $120,000 SALT Grants Awarded—11 proposals and $120,000 Initial Educational Leadership Conference for MSA faculty across the state Initial Educational Leadership Conference for MSA faculty across the state Diversity Reading Group with 18 participants Diversity Reading Group with 18 participants Price Reading Symposium Price Reading Symposium Special Education Regional Conference Special Education Regional Conference

7 Student Activity Teaching Fellows Alumni Seminar Teaching Fellows Alumni Seminar ASU Scholars Weekend ASU Scholars Weekend Mountaineer Reading Day Mountaineer Reading Day Teacher Cadet Day Teacher Cadet Day

8 Curriculum/Program Development DPI Approval for Special Education Graduate Program, Communication Disorders, and Instructional Technology; DPI Approval for Special Education Graduate Program, Communication Disorders, and Instructional Technology; Implementation of PRAXIS II requirement for all students as a part of student teaching requirements; Implementation of PRAXIS II requirement for all students as a part of student teaching requirements; Implementation of background checks for all early field experience students and student teachers. Implementation of background checks for all early field experience students and student teachers.

9 OTHER ACTIVITIES Successful “Swing for Scholarship” Golf Tournament yielded close to $30,000; Successful “Swing for Scholarship” Golf Tournament yielded close to $30,000; Implementation of the IDEA Factory in collaboration with Belk Library Implementation of the IDEA Factory in collaboration with Belk Library Host for Jordanian school administrator who spent 10 days with Watauga schools and the RCOE; Host for Jordanian school administrator who spent 10 days with Watauga schools and the RCOE; Assistance with visit of 20 Egyptian educators who visited ASU and the state. Assistance with visit of 20 Egyptian educators who visited ASU and the state.

10 CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES We’re going to be hot, hot, hot!

11 DPI UpDate Changes!

12 DPI Deletions Program approval process separated from the accreditation process; Program approval process separated from the accreditation process; Technology portfolio requirement eliminated; candidate proficiency assessed within program evidence; Technology portfolio requirement eliminated; candidate proficiency assessed within program evidence; No program visits; all reviews done electronically by DPI; No program visits; all reviews done electronically by DPI; 2.5 gpa no longer an admission requirement; licensure requirement only; 2.5 gpa no longer an admission requirement; licensure requirement only;

13 DPI Deletions cont. School Leaders Assessment Exam deleted as requirement for MSA programs; School Leaders Assessment Exam deleted as requirement for MSA programs; Requirement that methods faculty be licensed eliminated; Requirement that methods faculty be licensed eliminated; Current program and unit standards eliminated; Current program and unit standards eliminated;

14 DPI Additions Content “power” standards be developed for each licensure area; must reflect expected candidate learning outcomes and be aligned with NC K-12 Standard Course of Study and standards of appropriate national professional associations; Content “power” standards be developed for each licensure area; must reflect expected candidate learning outcomes and be aligned with NC K-12 Standard Course of Study and standards of appropriate national professional associations; A rubric will be developed by McREL that institutions will use to assess candidates for licensure purposes; candidates will be expected A rubric will be developed by McREL that institutions will use to assess candidates for licensure purposes; candidates will be expected

15 Cont. Evidence, available electronically, that they meet the standards; cvandidate’s rating on the rubric will be included on the licensure form. Evidence, available electronically, that they meet the standards; cvandidate’s rating on the rubric will be included on the licensure form. Annual review of electronic evidences accepted on candidates by the institution; reviews to be carried out by DPI; Annual review of electronic evidences accepted on candidates by the institution; reviews to be carried out by DPI; IHE Performance Report will include data from the annual reviews IHE Performance Report will include data from the annual reviews

16 Cont. 2lst Century measures be developed that can be used by institutions as evidence of candidate knowledge, skills, and dispositions; should include 21 st Century measures of basic skills rather than PRAXIS I exams. 2lst Century measures be developed that can be used by institutions as evidence of candidate knowledge, skills, and dispositions; should include 21 st Century measures of basic skills rather than PRAXIS I exams. Requirements for continuing program review to be focused on Requirements for continuing program review to be focused on --Scoring Criteria based on annual review of --Scoring Criteria based on annual review of electronic evidences; electronic evidences;

17 Cont. --Results from surveys of employers & --Results from surveys of employers & graduates; to be expanded to include graduates; to be expanded to include performance of candidates in K-12 c performance of candidates in K-12 c classrooms as determined by ratings on the classrooms as determined by ratings on the teacher evaluation instrument and teacher evaluation instrument and eventually student achievement; eventually student achievement; --Involvement with/service to public --Involvement with/service to public schools. schools.

18 Cont. Rubrics be developed for “product of learning” at the master’s level & these be used as evidences for approval of master’s level programs. Rubrics be developed for “product of learning” at the master’s level & these be used as evidences for approval of master’s level programs. TIMELINE TIMELINE Initial report on “re-vision” due July 1, 2009 to SBE Initial report on “re-vision” due July 1, 2009 to SBE

19 Timeline cont Power Standards for each content area to SBE May-June 2008 for approval; Power Standards for each content area to SBE May-June 2008 for approval; Reviews of new programs July 2009-Sept Reviews of new programs July 2009-Sept Approval Fall 2009 by SBE Approval Fall 2009 by SBE Implementation of new programs Fall 2010 Implementation of new programs Fall 2010 Summer 2012 annual review of evidences piloted; Summer 2012 annual review of evidences piloted; Summer 2013 First required review of electronic evidences. Summer 2013 First required review of electronic evidences.

20 General Education Program reviews related to Gen Ed offerings Program reviews related to Gen Ed offerings Alignment of programs with new DPI Power Standards; alignment of Professional Core with new Unit Standards Alignment of programs with new DPI Power Standards; alignment of Professional Core with new Unit Standards Alignment with NCATE Standards Alignment with NCATE Standards

21 ASSESSMENTS and ACCOUNTABILITY Internal assessment—undergraduate and graduate Internal assessment—undergraduate and graduate External assessment—DPI and NCATE External assessment—DPI and NCATE Teacher Education Assessment Management System Teacher Education Assessment Management System

22 BUILDING UPDATE Open Public Hearing on Issues affecting the building—Thursday, January 10, 2008 Open Public Hearing on Issues affecting the building—Thursday, January 10, 2008 Planning Council Meeting, Monday, January 14, 7p.m. Town Council Chambers Planning Council Meeting, Monday, January 14, 7p.m. Town Council Chambers Town Council Meeting, Thursday, January 17, 2008, Town Council Chambers Town Council Meeting, Thursday, January 17, 2008, Town Council Chambers All meetings open to the public All meetings open to the public SO WHAT DO WE LOOK LIKE NOW? SO WHAT DO WE LOOK LIKE NOW?

23 PROPOSED ADJUSTMENTS TO THE EDUCATION BUILDING

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26 JUST REMEMBER Change is a Journey, not a Destination!


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