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1 Preparing for End of Year (April 2013)

2 School leaders will: Practice scoring Professionalism Understand the EOY Data Reports Understand available support for hosting EOY LEAP Conversations Understand rationale and next steps with Standards and Teacher Leader strategies for Objectives

3 Professionalism Initial Calibration (60 min.) EOY Data Reports and Conversations (40 min.) Standards-Based Instruction and Teacher Leadership Strategy for (20 min.) Parking Lot: Include address if you want a response. Agenda

4 Professionalism Initial Calibration

5 Calibrate Professionalism scores through discussion of 2 scenarios Create confidence in scoring teachers using the Professionalism rubric Create confidence in how to discuss Professionalism Entering Professionalism scores Goals

6 Rubric Review

7 Noticings about Performance Level Characteristics Principal has Information Requested (“IR”) option If IR chosen, contact teacher for information prior to the conversation

8 7 min. Read the scenario Independently score Chandra using the Professionalism rubric Briefly note evidence for scores on your chart 13 min. Discuss the scores and evidence for each indicator your table group. Come to consensus on one final rating for each indicator Professionalism Scenario 1 – Chandra from Foley Elementary

9 Share consensus scores Professionalism Scenario 1 – Chandra from Foley Elementary

10 5 min. Read the scenario Independently score Lori using the Professionalism rubric– ONLY P.2, P.3, P.5, and P.6 Briefly note evidence for scores on your chart 5 min. Discuss the scores and evidence for each indicator your table group. Come to consensus on one final rating for each indicator Professionalism Scenario 2 – Lori from Rice Middle School

11 Share consensus scores Indicators you couldn’t score? How can you address “IR” prior to the conversation? Professionalism Scenario 2 – Lori from Rice Middle School

12 April 5 – Begin entering Professionalism scores with online tool via Principal/Teacher Portals April 19 – Last day to perform an observation April 25 – End-of-Year report data available on Principal/Teacher Portals; EOY Conversations can begin April 30 – Last day to finalize observation data in Schoolnet May 21 – Last day to host End-of-Year Conversations – Reminder: Non-Renewal decisions need to be communicated to teachers and HR by 5/1 LEAP End-of-Year Timeline

13 Access Professionalism Scoring via the Principal Portal How to Enter Professionalism Scores

14 How Principals Score Professionalism Principal enters scores and comments here

15 LEAP If You Need Assistance

16 End-Of-Year Conversations

17 Available on the Principal Portal April 25 Announce via ConnectEd, Principal & Teacher Portals the week of April 22 Online training for teachers explaining the LEAP EOY report prior to April 25 LEAP EOY Data Reports

18 Summary view: Professional Practice components of LEAP Data supports teacher self-reflection and growth planning EOY data: – Observation: Averaged indicator scores, snapshot of district comparison – Professionalism: Teacher and principal scores by indicator – SPS: Overall rating (Distinguished, Effective, Approaching and Not Meeting) Sharing the data: – Reflect and strategize on how to make progress in specific areas in the coming school year LEAP EOY Data Reports

19 Observation Data

20 Professionalism Scores

21 SPS Data

22 Take 3 min. to read the Guide Materials Notes Tool If you would like practice with the Guide, please speak to your HR School Partner LEAP EOY Conversation Guide

23 Differentiating for Teacher Types Low Performer High Performer Middle Performer

24 Making Decisions About Your School’s Pathway to Standards

25 EOY Conversations & PD RESULTS BASED PD PLAN EOY Conversation between Principal & IS EOY Conversation between Principal & Teachers Principal PD Plan Teacher PD Plan (incl Teacher Leaders) Strategy for Standards-Based Instruction Initial Planning for 13/14

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27 Refining Our Approach You and your teachers gave us feedback: You want clearer roles and guidance for implementing professional learning in your school You want more time to work with and learn from colleagues You want more differentiation We have learned new things about new Standards (CCSS, CAS, and ELD) and Assessments (PARCC) over the last year: Expected rigor of content Areas of primary focus from standards underlying the assessment maps Teacher and student fluency of technology is both exciting and alarming

28 Paradigm Shift: Central Approach to Standards-Based Instruction

29 Standards-Based Instruction LOOKS LIKE: MEASURED BY: OUTCOMES CONTENT INSTRUCTIONCOLLABORATIONSTRUCTURE Educators who exhibit a deep level of content knowledge Educators who demonstrate effective instructional decision-making School Teams that use a data inquiry process to address standards-based instruction School & district leaders who create conditions to support instruction Student Outcomes (e.g. iTasks/iUnits, Interims, Team- and Teacher-Created Assessments) ACHIEVED THROUGH: Results-Based PD Curricular Resources Support Partners EVERY CHILD SUCCEEDS THROUGH: Framework for Effective Teaching (e.g. Observation Data, SPS, Professionalism) School Leadership Framework

30 Support Strategy/PD: Standards-Based Instruction Schools can: Choose their path to Standards-Based Instruction (with support and progress monitoring from IS/EDs) Have data aligned to clear outcomes for standards-based instruction Make more informed, site-based decisions about what PD is needed (with manager guidance when appropriate) Design differentiated PD offerings Align all PD to Frameworks (Leadership and Effective Teaching) Help schools reach clearly defined outcomes Be collaborative Embed technology, best practices for ELLs, and data inquiry throughout Be results-based, small group, social, and as learner-directed as possible Paths will be differentiated and will include: Content Deep Dives Standards-based Instruction Toolkit Standards Scope and Sequence Documents Teacher Leadership Academy (Collaborative team leader) Classroom Assessment cohorts (including Short Cycle Assessments) Literacy Design collaborative (6 th -12 th Social Studies and Science only) OTHER Year-long study opportunities - TBD for certain schools The Paradigm Shift Commitments to Schools PATHS for Standards- Based Instruction

31 Mid-April: (ConnectEd and Principal Portal): Info about pathway options from which schools select to support progress toward the Standards Outcomes (Content, Instruction, Collaboration and Structures) Detailed guidance for school diagnosis to make pathway decisions that best support the school context Teacher Leader Information regarding: Teacher leader allocation and compensation details, and more details at the optional May 14 Teacher Leadership Academy Awards Mid-April - May: EOY Conversations between Principals and Teachers May 14: Teacher Leader Academy Awards ( School & Teacher Leaders)May: EOY Conversations between IS/EDs and Principals June 1: Schools identify their pathway selections for standards-based instruction in , including final identification of teacher leaders June 6: Universal Values Celebration July 29 - August 2: Preparing for : Self-directed planning & access to choice-based learning sessions July : (Secondary Teams) July 31: Living the VALUES Day (ALL Secondary, Elementary and K-8 Teams) August (Elementary and K-8 Teams) Standards / Teacher Leadership Timeline

32 Student Outcomes Module 3

33 Student Outcomes Training Timeline Module 1. Making Foundational Connections Module 1. Making Foundational Connections Module 2. Understanding the Student Outcomes System Module 3. Understanding Student Growth for the State and School Categories Module 3. Understanding Student Growth for the State and School Categories Module 4. Understanding Student Growth for the District and Classroom Categories Module 4. Understanding Student Growth for the District and Classroom Categories

34 Sign Up for Module 3, April-May 2013 Visit: to register your school and to receive course details. For more information, please contact: with the AnTS training team

35 Additional “crucial conversations” training will take place (all are from 4:00p – 5:30p): – April 8 th – April 11 th – April 15 th – April 18 th LEAP More Resources

36 THANK YOU!


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