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1 Professional Development to Practice Looking Ahead ( and Beyond)

2 Professional Development to Practice Important questions 1.How does the Missouri State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) support the MO Collaborative Work (CW)? 2.How does Visible Learning fit with CW and the SPDG? 3.Teams & Functions: Who’s who? When do they meet? What do they talk about? 4.What’s the plan for next year (and beyond) and how can I support/impact/affect it?

3 Professional Development to Practice SPDG & CW July 2012 CW Launches October 2012 SPDG Funded for 5 years CW Vision: Create a model system for developing, sharing and implementing effective practices that can be accessed by participating schools and all other schools interested in making remarkable improvement. Aims: Align PD to MO Teacher & Leader Standards/ Enhance capacity of RPDCs to provide effective, evidence-based HQPD/ Enhance capacity of LEAs to implement effective practices with fidelity/ Use technology to enhance benefits of HQPD Support August 2012 Writing SPDG to Support CW

4 Professional Development to Practice CW &Visible Learning CW Vision: Create a model system for developing, sharing and implementing effective practices that can be accessed by participating schools and all other schools interested in making remarkable improvement. Focus on Effective practices with highest likelihood of improving student learning. Students becoming visible learners Educators becoming visible learners

5 Professional Development to Practice Spaced Practice  CW = Collaborative Work  SPDG = State Personnel Development Grant  Hattie = Visible Learning = Corwin  SSIP = State Systemic Improvement Plan  MTSS = Multi-Tiered System of Support  Equation: CW = SPDG = Hattie = SSIP  MTSS = CW+PBIS+PLC+X+Y+Z

6 Professional Development to Practice SPDG Teams, Advisors, & Functions: Who’s who? Management Team Stephen Barr (DESE—Asst. Commissioner) Pam Williams (DESE—CW/SPDG Project Director) Ginger Henry (DESE-CW/SPDG Project Staff) Beth Bashore (DESE—SW-PBIS, CW, SPDG Staff) Mary Corey (DESE-Data) Thea Scott (DESE-Tiered Instructional Models) Rob Gordon (MU—PLC) Pattie Noonan (KU-SPDG Evaluation) Ronda Jenson (UMKC-SPDG Consultant) Marsha Lay (Lead State Implementation Specialist) Ben Franklin (Technology Specialist) Carla Williams (UMKC-SPDG Consultant)) Meets monthly

7 Professional Development to Practice SPDG Teams, Advisors, & Functions: Who’s who? 2 representatives of RPDC Directors. Term Oct 1-September 30 Current representatives: Julie Collins (KC) Jim Judd (NE) In October and April, the SIA will join the MT for 2 hours, 10-noon. In June and January, the SIA are part of the SIT. State Implementation Advisors Quarterly advise: 2 MT and 2 SIT

8 Professional Development to Practice SPDG Teams, Advisors, & Functions: Who’s who? State Implementation Team Meets semi-annually (June 25, 2014; January 29, 2015) Nanci Johnson (co-PBIS Coordinator, PBIS data) Diane Feeley (co-PBIS Coordinator) Rob Gordon (PLC Coordinator) Michelle Smith (PLC Data) Suzy Cutbirth (CW consultant) Becky Rider (CW consultant) Don Rugraff (SPDG Technology Workgroup Representative) Management Team State Implementation Advisors

9 Professional Development to Practice SPDG Teams, Advisors, & Functions: Who’s who? Tim Lewis, National Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Karen Blase, NIRN Brian McNulty, Leadership & Learning, Steve Goodman, MiBLSi Larry Edelman, Technology Advisor, University of Colorado National Implementation Advisors

10 Professional Development to Practice What’s the plan, Stan?  Areas to address in the CW over the next year and beyond…  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  TECHNOLOGY  LEADERSHIP  COACHING  CFAs  EVALUATION SYSTEM  DISSEMINATION/SCALE-UP/SUSTAINABILITY

11 Professional Development to Practice PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  Get all remaining Learning Packages (LP) completed, vetted and rolled out (by June 2015)  Get existing LPs into DIY form (end of 14-15)  Get all LPs into DIY form (end of 15-16)  Add content fidelity and delivery to HQPD Checklist

12 Professional Development to Practice Roll Out of New Learning Packages Roll-Out (July and Dec.) Shared Learning July Using Technology in Classroom Instruction (part 1) Metacognition Assessment Capable Learners Enhancement December 2014 Direct Instruction Classroom Discussion Teacher-Student Relationships

13 Professional Development to Practice Roll Out of New Learning Packages Vetting (January Shared Learning) Roll-Out TBD but will either be in March &/or June 2015 January 28Using Technology in Classroom Instruction (part 2) Spaced v. Massed Enhancement Reciprocal Teaching Enhancement Cooperative Learning Feedback Enhancement Increasing Student Engagement Teacher Clarity Differentiated Instruction

14 Professional Development to Practice Shared Learnings: Design, topics, and schedule Focus is on Implementation Fidelity See handout— Shared Learning Calendar

15 Professional Development to Practice TECHNOLOGY (with SW-PBIS & PLC)  Revise website(s)  User friendly  All tools/resources  Password protected section where regional staff can access regional and state reports

16 Professional Development to Practice Websites for Your CW Work Mo Edu-SAIL Mo SPDG Data Workspace Resources & information Learning Packages Features to support implementation Focus on supporting implementation with fidelity Focus on data for SPDG evaluation reports School Implementation Scale Team Functioning Checklist KU UMKC Consultant Logs DESE Focus on time & effort Contact with schools Training content topic Participant count

17 Professional Development to Practice TECHNOLOGY (with SW-PBIS & PLC)  School-based tools to facilitate feedback/measurement of progress  Facilitate communication  Among CW schools; between schools/RPDCs; between/among schools RPDCs, & state; with field in general  Video-taping--”flipped classrooms” & “flipped PD”  Videos –to capture effective practice in action  Other technologies to facilitate provision of PD, coaching, instructional effectiveness and communication

18 Professional Development to Practice LEADERSHIP  Convene a workgroup to discuss/identify leadership needs in relation to CW  Based on recommendations of workgroup, develop/implement Leadership Component of CW

19 Professional Development to Practice COACHING  Development of Field-based coaches model to facilitate internal (building-level) coaching to help ensure fidelity and sustainability of CW framework  Continued training of CW state and regional staff on effective coaching methods (including use of technology for coaching)

20 Professional Development to Practice CFAs  Develop and implement process for vetting/sharing CFAs

21 Professional Development to Practice Evaluation System  Develop/implement measurement tools for 1) teachers to understand data on student performance to improve practice 2) administrators to use classroom and building data to determine growth 3) RPDCs—for each provider to understand value they bring to CW and for Directors to determine if job is getting done effectively in their region, and 4) state—to determine if this is the right work and is right system in place

22 Professional Development to Practice EVALUATION SYSTEM  Feedback system—system for feedback loop with all participants in the CW.  All levels of system using data  Data reporting and analysis—system for efficient/effective data reporting and analysis

23 Professional Development to Practice DISSEMINATION/SCALE-UP/SUSTAINABILITY  DIY  MTSS  LEADERSHIP

24 Professional Development to Practice JUST A FEW OTHER THINGS…

25 Professional Development to Practice SPDG Products  Newsletters  Calendar  Presentations & other information shared nationally

26 Professional Development to Practice Recognizing Exemplary Practices Purpose:  Build a video library of exemplary practices  Build a network of teachers who can model exemplary practices and provide technical assistance The Management Team with assistance from the State Implementation Team will define the expectations and outline steps for implementation.

27 Professional Development to Practice Sharing Opportunity for CW Schools October Regional Meetings—see Shared Learning Calendar At the June State Implementation Team meeting, plans for these October meetings will be discussed.

28 Professional Development to Practice Questions?


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