Webinar Protocol PLEASE MUTE —your computer and we will move you to panelist so you can talk THANKS!
Webinar Protocol Eliminate background noise as much as possible. Send messages through the chat window to all as needed; we may not monitor the questions bar. Raise your hand on the dashboard if you can’t get into the conversation.
Norms Respectful communication as allies Be actively involved Focus on established goals Assume the best of my colleagues Thoughtfully involve others
Meeting Outcomes By the end of this session, participants will.… Share reflections on the vetting process Discuss final SI issues and questions Status check on PD team evaluation process Get new ideas about how to build local capacity with RttT initiatives
Be Careful of Lingo *common vocabulary used in the IIS meetings Acronyms LOR LRMI OBIEE OLTP OLAP CogNOS API JTEE system OER Phrases JTEE system OER SLI SLC QTI SIS SCORM Forward deploy Data ingestion Periodicity Catchment Unified stack with an open ecosystem Item enemy Item friend
DISCUSS FINAL SI ISSUES AND QUESTIONS Savon & Yvette
Why ride in the van to SI? It builds great memories. You don’t have to add miles to your car or wait for a mileage reimbursement check. If you are tired after a long day of teaching, you can rest, read, and listen to music. Learn new things about your teammates. Robert, Yvette, Lynne, Savon, & Eliz will be there. Beth, Dianne, and Kim will be on the van. Email Robert if you are interested! We will hook you up!
ASSIGNING FACILITATORS DURING FTT Jan & Robin & Heather 11
Preparing for Facilitated Team Time Summer Institute 2012
Information Sheets in DropBox by Friday, June 8
Add to appropriate DropBox folder, but not in the “added to wiki section” Suggest Additional Resources
FTT Training Webinars: Wednesday, May 6 (1 - 3 pm) TODAY https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/8 64197064 https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/8 64197064 Wednesday, May 13 (1 - 3 pm) https://www1.gotomeeting.com/regi ster/759159808https://www1.gotomeeting.com/regi ster/759159808 Attend training webinar
STATUS CHECK ON PD TEAM EVALUATION PROCESS Eliz & Robert
PD Team Evaluation ID team(for new members) –Turn in 2-4 goals via email & fax to Eliz no later than Jun 21 –Participate in first conference before July 1, 2012 –Veteran members should have had first conference; if not, email Eliz
PD Team Evaluations PD Leads – –Turn in 2-4 goals via email to Eliz no later than Jun 20 using Performance Management doc for new members –Participate in first conference before August 1 for new members –If you have not had your conference and you are a veteran of the team, email Eliz –Have observation by Eliz or Robert by October 15, 2012; meet to discuss immediately following; for all (Email Eliz if you want to do this during SI )
Issues Bin Your final RESA dates are due now to Yvette. We have two Team Dinners schedule thus far for the summer. Please plan to attend. They are June 20 – Pack’s Tavern in Asheville and July 17 – Sanitary Fish Market Morehead City. Two more PD Leads will join the team on June 15. The training sessions to prepare for Facilitated Team time have been set. –June 6, 2012: 1:00-3:00 pm https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/864197064https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/864197064 –June 13, 2012: 1:00 – 3:00 pm https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/759159808https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/759159808 Continue to advertise that the lockdown date for the online tool for principal evaluations and teacher evaluations in June 30. Standard 6 & 8 are in the online tool. DPI will populate that section of the tool in late August or September. Add this website to your favorites - http://legislative.ncpublicschools.gov/http://legislative.ncpublicschools.gov/ What else?
DISCUSS GUSKEY’S IMPACT ON THE WORK OF THE PD TEAM Adriane, Abbey, Jason, Drew, Donna, Tara, Paul, Robert, & Eliz 22
How do we know if the PD has impact? “True professional development is a systemic process that considers change over an extended period of time and takes into account all levels of the organization.” (Guskey, 2000, p. 20) 5/1/2015 page 23
Level 1: Participants’ Reaction Level 1: Participants’ Reaction Level 2: Participants’ Learning Level 2: Participants’ Learning Level 4: Participants’ use of new knowledge Level 4: Participants’ use of new knowledge Level 5: Student Learning Outcomes Level 5: Student Learning Outcomes Level 3: Organizational Support and Change (Behaviors, Practices, Policies) Level 3: Organizational Support and Change (Behaviors, Practices, Policies) The Work Guskey’s Framework: Five Levels Adapted from Guskey, 2000, pp. 79-81
Level 1 25 Measures participants’ immediate reactions Reveals “entertainment value” of the activity Focuses on basic human needs Improves design & delivery of future Professional Development
Level 2 Collected about 30 days following Professional Development Measures knowledge gained based on specific learning goals Improves content, format, and organization of future Professional Development 26
Level 3 Collected about 6 months following activity Focuses on organization characteristics and attitudes for success Impacts success of levels 1 and 2 Improves and informs future change initiatives 5/1/2015 page 27
Example PD Evaluation Questions 28 AspectQuestion Organization PoliciesAre any organization policies in conflict with program or activity goals? ResourcesDid you have the materials necessary for implementation? Protection From IntrusionsWas time for collaborative planning uninterrupted? Openness to Experimentation Do you worry about being criticized if positive results are not readily apparent?
Example PD Evaluation Questions 29 AspectQuestion Collegial SupportDo you have opportunities to visit the classrooms of colleagues and observe their teaching? Administrator Leadership and Support Is the principal an attentive participant in professional development activities? When invited, did district-level administrators take part in program activities?
Example PD Evaluation Questions 30 AspectQuestion Recognition of SuccessAre successful results with students a regular part of discussions at faculty meetings? Provision of TimeDid you have sufficient time to prepare for implementing these new practices? Was ample time provided to meet with colleagues and plan collaboratively?
Level 4 Collected about a year later Measures professional practice Utilized to restructure future Professional Development Level 5 Collected about two years laterMeasures student learning Used to improve program design, implementation, & follow up 31
Where do your ideas fit in? Level 1: Participants’ Reactions Level 2: Participants’ Learning Level 3: Organization Support & Change Level 4: Participants’ Use of New Knowledge and Skills Level 5: Student Learning Outcomes 5/1/2015 page 32
Reflection Questions How does this information impact our work? What features need to be included in every professional development event that is delivered by our team?
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