Presentation on theme: "2011 PAAR and Title II Webinar September 2011 Penney McRoy and Anne Marie Fenton."— Presentation transcript:
2011 PAAR and Title II Webinar September 2011 Penney McRoy and Anne Marie Fenton
Webinar Overview Control Panel Interacting with presenters How to send questions and comments
Agenda 2011 PAAR Orientation Q & A Title II Data Collection Verification Process & Schedule Q & A
PAAR Orientation Process for requesting login credentials Report Year: July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011 How to get help –PAAR User Manual –Glossary –PAAR contact at your institution –PAAR@gapsc.com Report must be finalized by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15 th All reports will be locked at 12:00 a.m. November 16th
PAAR Orientation Data entry methods The BACK button Required fields Saving Finalizing
Report sections: Section I. Institutional/Agency Information Section II. Professional Education Unit Information Section III. Master Faculty List Section IV. Program Information Section V. Program Completers PAAR Orientation
Endorsement program sections contain fewer fields than in previous years For each program data will be reported by level AND by delivery mode--Face-to-Face, Online, or Hybrid/Blended For each program you will enter the names of key assessments and upload charts or tables containing the data resulting from the administration of those assessments during the reporting year Assessment uploads from 2010 can be viewed, saved, modified and re-used for 2011
Delivery Mode Options Your selections in the Program Level and Delivery Options section are critical The choices you make determine how data will be entered in each program report section You may select more than one delivery mode for each program level
Delivery Mode Options The information below may help you determine your program delivery options. Delivery ModeCourseProgram Face-to-Face (F-t-F) A course in which 50% or less of student contact hours are online A program in which 50% or fewer courses are defined as hybrid or online Hybrid /Blended A course in which greater than 50% but less than 100% of student contact hours are online A program in which greater than 50% but less than 100% of courses are defined as online Online A course in which 100% of student contact hours are online A program in which all courses are defined as online
Delivery Mode Options Student contact hours are meant to include instructional or professor/student engagement activities related to the curriculum. For instance if all courses are conducted online but students attend an orientation session on campus, the program should be considered online. Conversely, if all class meetings are held on campus but students often access curricular materials or submit work via a website, the course should be considered face-to- face.
PAAR Submission Finalize the report –Unit head or designee –By 5:00 pm on November 15 Other questions?
Title II (HEOA) – FY12 Fall Title II Data: –Collection Process –Title II Data Collection Worksheet –Due Dates Spring Title II Data:
FY11 Recap Thank you! Completing FY11 (09-10) Data Collection and Verification – Fall 2010 -Title II Pass Rate Report -Program Provider Summary Reports -Mode of Delivery -Campus Site -Degree Code Completing Institutional and Program Report Card (IPRC) Data System – Spring 2011 Sharing and using these data and GACE Faculty Resources
Title II (HEOA) – FY12 Currently: –Your 09-10 Data reported in Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 will be reported by GaPSC by October 31, 2011. –This will become the FY11 State Report, which will be posted at https://title2.ed.gov/View.asp in late 2011. https://title2.ed.gov/View.asp –What you are about to complete in Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 will inform the FY12 State Report, which will be posted in late 2012.
FY11 Recap All Basic Skills data removed from historical pass rates for HEOA reporting (07-08; 08-09; 09-10) Praxis Content Assessments no longer included. Only GACE Content Assessment pass rates are reported for Title II.
Title II Revisions ES to confirm FY12 Title II Coordinator contact information As ES and Westat will only communicate with the Title II Coordinator, it is critical that Title II Coordinator share info where needed. GaPSC to send notices/reminders to Title II Coordinator and Dean/Chair Title II PSC Mailbox (Title-II-PSC@gapsc.com)Title-II-PSC@gapsc.com Title II Schedule published in advance
Title II Revisions Data Solutions – Resources Highlights of Changes to the Title II Completer Process The program completer worksheet includes all fields necessary for HEOA’s Section III, which ES will report directly to Westat. The worksheet consolidates data to streamline reporting and to enhance program provider summary reports. Providers will verify worksheet data directly with Evaluation Systems. Providers need to ensure accuracy of these data with the first worksheet submission.
Title II ES Checks Worksheet for Obvious Reporting Errors Beginning as Early as 10-10-11 ES Runs Final Report 2 nd Verification Phase Final Pass Rate Report Available 3-15-12 Annual Program Provider Summary Reports Available 5-1-12 Title II Data Collection Worksheet available at https://www.educationreports.net If corrections needed, Providers submit revised worksheet to ES by 2-15-12 GaPSC Program Provider Data Verification Process For IHEs Program Completer Data Templates and Preliminary and Final Title II Pass Rate Reports, along with Annual Program Provider Summary Reports, are posted at: https://www.educationreports.net. Title II Worksheet available to submit between 9/27/11 and 11-15-11. 9-21-11 If no errors, the worksheet passes. Process moves to 2nd phase If errors, ES notifies the provider (exception report). Provider submits obvious error corrections. Process moves to 2nd phase. 1 st Verification Phase If no errors, the providers accept data. Preliminary Title II Pass Rate Report posted on 1-10-12
Title II FY12 Code 3: Program Completer: A person who has met all the requirements of a state-approved preparation program. Program completers include all those who are documented as having met such requirements. Documentation may take the form of a degree, institutional certificate, program credential, transcript or other written proof of having met the program’s requirements. In applying this definition, the fact that an individual has or has not been recommended to the state for initial certification or licensure may not be used as a criterion for determining who is a program completer Code 2: Other Enrolled: A student who has been admitted to a preparation program, but who has not yet completed the program. Code 1: Enrolled, Completed all Non Clinical Coursework: All enrolled students who have completed all non-clinical coursework where applicable (is either about to begin or is enrolled in student teaching/clinical experience). Reporting Group Codes
Title II FY12 A. Mode of Delivery: Please use the following table to complete this column: Delivery ModeCourseProgram Code 1: Face-to-Face (F-t-F) A course in which 50% or less of student contact hours are online A program in which 50% or fewer courses are defined as hybrid or online Code 2: Hybrid /Blended A course in which greater than 50% but less than 100% of student contact hours are online A program in which greater than 50% but less than 100% of courses are defined as online Code 3: Online A course in which 100% of student contact hours are online A program in which all courses are defined as online Delivery Mode Codes
Title II FY12 Gender/Race/Ethnicity Codes Indicate the gender of each candidate. Indicate if the candidate is Hispanic/Latino (Y/N). If the candidate is Hispanic/Latino (Y), leave the Race column blank. If the candidate is non-Hispanic/Latino (N), complete the race column using the table below. Report on the data that you have available, though the data may not be complete. Ethnicity CodeDescription 17Black or African American 18American Indian or Alaska Native 19Asian 20Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific 21White 22Unknown 23Two or more races
Title II (HEOA) – FY12 Title II Data Collection and Reporting Process and Worksheet Evaluation Systems group of Pearson
Title II (HEOA) – FY12 Spring Title II (HEOA) Reporting
Title II/HEOA HEOA Institutional Program Report Card (IPRC) System usually opens 2/12 and closes 4/30/12. Worksheet Data will automatically be reported Full Reporting including Complete Descriptive Text Sections Recruitment Goals (Strategies and Steps) Assurance Strategies Technology Integration Teacher Training for Students with Disabilities $27,500 for failure to report or inaccurate reporting
2012 PAAR & Title II For questions about PAAR - PAAR@gapsc.com PAAR@gapsc.com For questions about Title II Data Collection Worksheet technical issues only – Es-titleII@pearson.com For other questions on Title II, email Title-II-PSC@gapsc.comTitle-II-PSC@gapsc.com and cc your program approval specialist.
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