Presentation on theme: "National Summit Facilitator Orientation Circe Stumbo and Deb Hansen, SCEE Consultants April 14, 2010 CCSSO’s State Consortium on Educator Effectiveness."— Presentation transcript:
National Summit Facilitator Orientation Circe Stumbo and Deb Hansen, SCEE Consultants April 14, 2010 CCSSO’s State Consortium on Educator Effectiveness (SCEE)
Agenda Welcome Introductions Overview of CCSSO and SCEE Role of Facilitators Q & A
Key SCEE Actions Facilitate networking, partnerships, and collective state action Create a knowledge base responsive to state needs around critical topical strands Develop SEA capacity Provide leadership and advocate for state-level needs, contexts, and priorities in reform plans and investments
Key SCEE Vehicles Monthly webinars Formative Assessment Teacher Evaluation Principal Evaluation ESEA Reauthorization Whole Systems Reform Collaboration Site National Summit Deep Dive Projects
Many states are still gathering their teams Each state has a team lead Each team must include: Chief state school officer or deputy chief Representative of the professional standards boards (some are independent boards) Previous InTASC and SCEL representatives
State Team Compositions Some state teams are comprised of divisions across the SEA Not just learning and teaching/ curriculum and instruction, but also Standards and assessment, Data systems, Federal programs, Etc.
State Team Compositions Statewide teachers union representation Statewide administrator associations Statewide school board association Practitioners State legislator One state partnered with higher ed to share the costs of membership
Summit Purposes Share information on educator effectiveness Build internal relationships within state teams Build cross-state relationships Help state teams to determine their vision, purpose, and priority actions Identify issues for CCSSO advocacy Build trust
Summit Expected Outcomes A new articulation of the future needs of students; Ideas for how to transform state systems of educator effectiveness to meet those needs; Potential solutions to challenges in transforming educator effectiveness systems;
Summit Expected Outcomes Strengthened relationships within state teams to support individual state action; New cross-state job-alike relationships to support collective state action; and Specific plans for next steps.
Role of Facilitators You are assigned to support one state throughout the Summit Facilitate dialogue sessions when state works independently as a team and when combined with other states Support Summit documentation and collection of artifacts
Lead introductions Provide directions for processing activities Engage all participants Collect questions and identify needs that are not addressed and submit to presenter Help with Transitions -- Start on time Time-keeper - Pacing Manage Handouts Role of Facilitators