Curriculum Leadership Institute (CLI)

Report
Curriculum
Leadership
Institute (CLI)
Academic Program
Governance
Vocabulary
 Curriculum
Leadership Institute (The CLI Model)
 Steering Committee
 Curriculum Coordinating Council (CCC)
 Subject Area Committees (SAC)
 Outcomes
 Components
Curriculum Leadership Institute
(The CLI Model)
A
management system for academic
programs that includes a policy and a
governance body
 Proven,
step-by-step, processes for
curriculum, instruction and assessment
 Based
on 20 years of scientific research
Steering Committee
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The governance body that creates a policy
document that clarifies purposes, authority,
and relationships
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The policy document is approved by the
superintendent and BOE to become
permanent policy for how curriculum is
handled

Chooses a Curriculum Coordinating Council
(CCC)
For the sake of time…
Steering Committee = CCC
 In
August of 2011, a lottery will be drawn
for 1, 2, or 3 year seats
 Applications
will need to be submitted for
review to replace empty seats
Curriculum Coordinating Council
(CCC)
 Represents
all District educators
 Will
include a Board Member
 Will
report to the Citizen’s Advisory Council (CAC)
 Develops
a long range plan in 4 to 5 year cycles
CCC - YEAR 1
 Creates
Math SAC
 Makes decisions regarding implementation
requirements
 Begins discussions of mastery, grading,
homework, report cards, and RtI
 Creates plan for extended learning outside the
school day for both enrichment and additional
learning support
 Makes decisions about assessments
 Initiates discussion and possible revision of
mission statement; purpose statement…10
words or less
CCC – Beyond Year 1
 Meets
monthly
 Incorporates the mission
 Integrates staff development
 Monitors progress of organization
 Facilitates implementation process with
administrators
 Convert external pressure (something new
from the State) into positive action
Subject Area Committee
(SAC)
WHO
 Includes a CCC member
 One educator from each grade level
and/or course K-12
 16 educators will be selected for the first
subject…math
SAC Meeting Dates
WHEN
 December15
 January
26
 February 17 and February 18
 March 16 and March 17
 April 27 and April 28
 May 17 and May 18
YEAR 1 of MATH SAC
 Create
a survey of the local curriculum
 Collect and organize the local curriculum
 Create “Wall Work”
 Conference with ALL teachers
 Identify gaps, repetitions, and common
core
 Create the document
CONTENT SAC = SCIENCE
TEACHERS = ART
Year 2 = Validation
Year 3 = Resources and Assessment
Year 4 = Assessment Validation
What about…
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Transitional outcomes will be implemented the first
year – the higher the grade level the increase in
transitional outcomes
This will be Board Policy – there are administrative
ramifications when a teacher chooses not to
teach the curriculum
The policy is the thread that creates the
continuum not the people
Decisions will be made on homework policies and
grading practices
RtI – this is scientifically researched based Tier I
core curriculum
Yorkville Community Unit School District 115
LONG-RANGE PLAN (Approved 1/25/11)
SUBJECTS
10-11
11-12
12-13
13-14
Mathematics
C
VC
R/A
VA
C
VC
R/A
(Reading)
(Reading)
(Reading)
VC
R/A
VA
(Other)
(Other)
(Other)
English Language
Arts and Literacy
(Reading)
C(Other)
Abbreviations:
Science
C.
Development of
curriculum
documents
Social Studies
VC.
Implementation
and validation of
the new
curriculum
R.
Resource
selection
A.
Development of
common
outcome
assessments
VA. Implementation
and validation of
the new
assessments
C
Drama/Theater
14-15
15-16
16-17 17-18
18-19
C
VC
R/A
VA
C
VC
R/A
C
VC
VA
VC
R/A
VA
C
VC
R/A
C
VA
C
VC
R/A
VA
C
VC
C
VC
R/A
VA
C
VC
C
VC
R/A
VC
R/A
VA
Health/Physical
Education
C
VC
R/A
VA
Business/FACS
C
VC
R/A
VA
C
VC
R/A
VA
R/A
VA
Technology and
Information Literacy
C
Music
Art
C
Foreign Language
Student Services
(Career, College, Character)
C
VC
VA
C
C
C
VC
C
VC
R/A
How do we,
as YMS professional educators,
continue to create change in our
instruction to improve student
learning through our PLCs
while this District change takes
place?
Our Foundation is Set
With Common Core
We Build the Structure
Using Curriculum Mapper
We Frame the Structure
With Instructional Strategies
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Similarities and differences
Summarizing and note-taking
Reinforcing effort and providing feedback
Homework and practice
Nonlinguistic representations
Cooperative learning
Setting objectives and providing feedback
Generating and testing hypotheses
Cues, questions, and advance organizers
Always Asking Why…
 Why
am I teaching this lesson?
 Why do I want my students to learn this
lesson?
 Why are our students successful?
 Why are our students not successful?
 Why is this important to students right
now?
Who dares to teach
must never cease
to learn
~John Cotton Dana

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