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1 NC Educator Effectiveness Webinar June 6, 2013

2 Agenda Welcome and Overview Project Update Timeline & Progress Quick Demo of Educator Evaluation System District Implementation Readiness Training Overview Professional Development Questions and Answers

3 Meeting Facilitation Cover each agenda item Participants may ask individual questions by providing on line, answers will be provided online Questions for the good of the whole group will be reviewed at end of each section

4 Assessment In the novel, what motivated Sarahs behavior? Support your claim with evidence from the text. Student Information and Learner Profile Professional Development & Educator Evaluation Instructional Design, Practice & Resources Data Analysis and Reporting InformationInstruction PowerSchool Pearson a simpler, better information system to replace NC WISE Integrated Instructional Solution(SchoolNet – OpenClass – Test Nav) Pearson a new standards-aligned tool for instruction, assessment and data analysis EE and PD Truenorthlogic a simpler, better information system to replace McRel Home Base Overview

5 Home Base Overall Timeline Rollout of Select Components of Home Base to Year Round Schools* Rollout of Select Components of Home Base to Traditional Schools* July 2013 August 2013 * Includes the Student Information, Curriculum and Instruction, Classroom and Benchmark Assessment, and Educator Evaluation with other components to follow. In September 2012, NC began transitioning to a new student information system by upgrading from NC WISE to the new Student Information System (SIS)(PowerSchool). In the fall of 2012, Home Base staff began identifying, vetting, tagging and aligning instructional resources for Home Base. In December 2012, a contract was awarded to Pearson for the instruction, assessment, and dashboard components of the instructional improvement system. In February 2013, the contract for Educator Evaluation & Professional Development components was awarded to Public Consulting Group (PCG) and Truenorthlogic. Integration of the SIS and the Instructional Improvement System (IIS) Early 2013

6 Educator Effectiveness Implementation

7 Educator Effectiveness Phased Implementation Timeline Home Base Integration Teacher Evaluations Principal Evaluations Professional Development FebruaryDiscover MarchModel AprilModel MayTest JuneTrain & Deploy Discover JulyTrain & Deploy Model AugustTestDiscover SeptemberTrain & DeployDiscover OctoberModel NovemberModel DecemberTest JanuaryTrain & Deploy FebruaryTrain & Deploy

8 Educator Effectiveness Implementation New Tool Selected - Truenorthlogic Teacher Evaluation configuration running on schedule –UAT completed with LEAs On track to go live with teacher evaluation on July 1

9 Educator Evaluation Implementation Quick System Demo –Home page review (log in as principal) –Evaluation Tab –Launch teacher evaluation

10 District Implementation Readiness

11 District Readiness: Implementation Guide Link to doc: Googledoc

12 District Readiness: Assemble Team ResponsibilityRECOMMENDED position/ROLE summer training participant Lead overall change management Set goals and success measures Monitor progress DISTRICT LEAD (ex. Superintendent or designee) Maybe Primary teacher evaluation contact Responsible for overall implementation success of NCEES NCEES LEAD (ex. HR Director or designee) Yes Primary owner of Common Exams and other teacher assessment measures and processes including roster verification CURRICULUM LEAD (ex. Chief Accountability Officer, Director of Curriculum & Instruction or designee ) No

13 District Readiness: Assemble Team ResponsibilityRECOMMENDED position/ROLE summer training participant Reviews all data dependencies impacting success of process including – Employee data, student surveys, roster verification Uses data to assess areas for district improvement Generates compliance reports DATA LEAD (ex. Technology Director or designee) Maybe Organize and deliver required training TRAINING LEAD (ex. PD Coordinator or designee) Yes Coordinate all teacher, principal, community communications COMMUNICATIONS LEAD (ex. Public Information Officer or designee) No Manage day-to-day system administration including data updates and system troubleshooting First district-level troubleshooting escalation point DISTRICT ADMINYes

14 District Readiness: Communication Plan Author Target Audience Key Message Target Date Delivery Method Superintendent Principals, Teachers Initiative overview SuperintendentBOE Initiative overview District Evaluation Contact PrincipalsHow closing 2012/13, How district will ready for 2013/14 process

15 District Readiness: Prep for System Use Now –Review Technical Requirements (District) –Annual Evaluation Calendar (District) –Annual Reporting Calendar (District) Post Training –Data Quality Check (District) –Assigning Observations (School)

16 District Readiness: Data Quality Review Following are the source systems used to populate employee data in EES system: –UID system –HR systems –Licensure system –EDDIE/PowerSchool

17 District Readiness: Historical Data Historical Data will be available within NCEES 2010 – 2011 (PDF) 2011 – 2012 (PDF) 2012 – 2013 (PDF) Year data will be available online within TNL

18 District Readiness: Escalation Readiness 1.Teacher to School 2.AP or Principal to District Admin 3.District Admin to DPI Home Base Support Center 4.NCEES System Team to TNL Client Services Team

19 Questions

20 Educator Evaluation Training

21 Educator Effectiveness State Training Approach Train the trainer model 1100 face-to-face LEA training Multiple LEA Webinar Offerings Technical Support Webinar Offerings Quick Reference Guides Captivate Video Modules User Manuals Continued Support by DPI

22 State Training Approach: Methods Target Audience Planning (Webinar, Regional Support) State Trainer- Led (Face- to-Face) *Just In Time Webinars Self-Directed Guides, Manuals, Web materials, etc. District Planning Leads/Trainers XXXX District Admins/Help Desk XXX Principals XX Teachers XX

23 Home Base: Educator Evaluation Half-Day Training DatesTimesAudienceDelivery ChannelDuration # of Sessions Number of Participants 21-Jun8-12:15 AM Year Round Schools In Person½ day230 per session June 24- July :15 Morning 12:45 - 5:15 Afternoon Traditional Schools In Person½ day3830 per session These sessions are for trainers who will train in the districts.

24 Dates for Regional Trainings RegionLocation Region 1: June 24- June 25 Elizabeth City State University (Pasquotank Co.) Region 2: June 24- June 25 Northside High School (Onslow Co.) Region 3: June 25- June 27 June 25: William R. Davie Middle School (Halifax Co.) June 26-27: Bunn High School (Franklin Co.) Region 4: June 26- June 27 Richmond Community College (Richmond Co.) Region 5: June 26- June 27 West Stokes High School (Stokes Co.) Region 6: July 1- July 2 Hickory Ridge High School (Cabarrus Co.) Region 7: June 24-June 26 Wilkes County Stone Center (Wilkes Co.) Region 8: June 27, July 1-2 WRESA (Buncombe Co.)

25 Technical Training for Educator Evaluation training DatesTimesAudience Delivery Channel Duration# of Sessions Number of Participants July 2 July 9 July 16 July 23 July 30 Aug 6 1:00 - 4:00pm LEA Technical Staff/ Support Staff Webinars3 hours 6 (one per week for 6 weeks) Limited to 1000 registrants per webinar Technical Training offered six times for this series Only need to attend one session Last hour Q&A Can attend each session for Q&A portion if you so desire

26 Home Base: Educator Evaluation Teacher Eval Refresher: Observation Process DatesTimesAudienceDelivery ChannelDuration # of Sessions Number of Participants Aug. 13TBD School Administrators Webinar to cover Evaluation, and PDP Process reviews 3 hour3 Limited to 1000 registrants per webinar Aug. 20TBDTeachers Webinar to cover Assigning Rights, Evaluation, and PDP Process reviews 3 hour3 Limited to 1000 registrants per webinar Aug. 27TBDDistrict Staff Webinar to cover Reporting features, etc 3 hour3 Limited to 1000 registrants per webinar

27 Educator Evaluation Training in the Fall RegionDate Region 1Sept 24 Region 2Oct 17 Region 3Sept 23 Region 4TBD Region 5TBD Region 6Sept 24 Region 7Oct 15 Region 8Oct 9 There will be 8 in-person "Support Sessions" for Educator Evaluation for LEA staff One in each RESA Duration: 1 full day

28 District Training: Approaches AudienceTraining Method(s)ContentTiming District Trainers In-person, master trainer led, 4 hour sessions Weekly check-ins during training (system issues, training feedback, training updates) Overview PDP Process Evaluation Process July 2013 Support Staff (Networks, IES, HR Generalists) In-person, master trainer led, 4 hour training Monthly webinar check-ins (system updates, training updates, support issues) Overview PDP Process Evaluation Process Late July 2013 All Principals / Assistant Principals In-person, 3 hour training Webinars – live and recorded Self-directed videos User Guide In school support sessions Overview PDP Process Evaluation Process Early August 2013

29 District Training: Leaders Face-to-Face with System Access (4 hours): Administrators gather at computer lab/wifi enabled space to participate in a session that follows a state prepared training plan: Listen, Watch, Practice, Do, Refresh approach: –Listen - To trainer provide overview, context, and process. –Watch – State created video/captivate. –Practice – Completing task in system training environment. –Do – The work in the live production environment where applicable (for example, Rights Assignment). –Refresh – Review process by viewing web-based video/captivates during administrator meetings and/or self-directed.

30 School Level Training: Teachers Training Case One: Face-to-Face with System Demonstration: School administrators are encouraged to conduct training during a dedicated session during which the leader demonstrates completing the overall process (evaluator and teacher) using provided training accounts. Immediately following the training, Teachers should be instructed to start the PDP and Evaluation processes and complete their self assessment and orientation. (Listen, Watch, Do and Refresh) Training Case Two: Self-Directed: In some cases, face-to-face system training may not be possible and teachers will participate in web-based self-directed learning. In this scenario, teachers would participate in the web-based self-directed learning process: (Watch, Do, Refresh). In all scenarios, NCDPI recommends that administrators utilize Just-In- Time review sessions during faculty meetings to address upcoming process actions at key times throughout the year (see state webinar training schedule as a sample calendar)

31 Questions

32 Professional Development Management

33 Professional Development Management Capabilities Electronic course catalog Seek, enroll and participate in PD through one portal Integrated with evaluation - Recommend PD based on strengths/weaknesses Access to content & video repositories Management of course, sections and roster availability at state and LEA level Self paced & instructor led courses

34 Additional Professional Development Mgt. Capabilities Moodle Integration Roster Management –Waitlist, Grades, Credit, Attendance, etc. Notifications Course Completion Certificates Transcript Availability End of Course Surveys

35 Professional Development Mgt. Implementation Timeline Professional Development AugustDiscover SeptemberDiscover OctoberModel NovemberModel DecemberTest JanuaryTrain & Deploy FebruaryTrain & Deploy

36 Daniel Willis Project Manager Atlanta Public Schools Responsible for District Wide Implementation of the True North Logic system Testimonial

37 Home Page

38 Course Search Page

39 Professional Development Mgt. Implementation Consider joining state planning team Answers to questions coming from districts

40 Questions


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