PILOT

Report
CURRICULUM COUNCIL
NOVEMBER 20, 2013
Betsy A. Baker, Ed.D.
Director, Continuous School Improvement
[email protected]
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CHAPTER 4 REVISIONS REGULATORY REVIEW
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BACKGROUND
2010- Ch. 4 included Common Core &
Keystones as part of graduation
requirement including 1/3 of the grade
Current Regs. under review “tweaked”
graduation requirements and updated
CCS to PA Core
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INDEPENDENT REGULATORY REVIEW
COMMISSION (IRRC)
IRRC Public Meeting & Vote on Proposed
Changes to Chapter 4 - November 21 st
Full Day Session
3 Minutes/Presenter
5 IRRC Members Vote:
2 appointed by Democrats
2 appointed by Republicans
1 appointed by the Governor
IRRC website
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CONSEQUENCES
IRRC must approve the entire regulation
or vote it down
Yes Vote -> Regs get published in Bulletin
No Vote -> State Board has 40 days to
respond
Second No Vote ->Legislature Can Get
Involved
Consequences -- if Chapter 4 revisions fail
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COMPREHENSIVE
PLANNING/
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
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CP UPDATE
• A process has been established for using Comprehensive
Planning under the Revised Ch. 4 Planning Requirements
• System Guiding Questions have been revised to align with
• SAS components,
• Framework for Teaching,
• Framework for Leading, and
• Turnaround Principles
• Additional offline planning tools that support Root Cause
Analysis have been developed for the enhancement of the
Guided Planning Structure within the CP web app
• Special Ed Training for Phase 3 Districts is currently being
conducted across the state
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CP UPDATE
Additional New Developments Include:
Special Ed Revision Notice (SEPRN) functionality
Data import process to bring in SPP designations instead of AYP
Printing information from the archives
Charter school ability to submit improvement plans via web
application
• EdNA import process
• Title 1 Schoolwide program planning addendum added to
school level plan
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Changes are not expected to take effect for a few
months and should not impact the Phase 2 and 3
planning processes.
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SPP
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SPP UPDATES
 Public Release Is Scheduled for December 9
 Related PVAAS Updates Are Expected in Early
January
 Designations Are “In Flux” Due to School Closings
 At least 12 and up to 20 Priority/Focus schools were closed
and that will impact the list
 50% change of population = New School or Closed School
 Superintendents are required to inform PDE
 EdNA data should be updated annually
 Designation Letters Have Not Yet Been Sent
 Letters Should Go Out at Thanksgiving
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PVAAS
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PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
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WEBINARS FOR PILOT SCHOOL
ADMINISTRATORS
Remaining T WO sessions:
o Thursday, Nov 21 st – 9:00-11:30am
o Friday, Nov 22 nd – 9:00-11:30am
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WEBINARS FOR ALL LEA S
“A Look at Teacher Specific Reporting”
webinars for SY13-14 statewide
implementation for admin and teachers NOT
in the PILOT
View LIVE or archived webinar
 January 9 th 2:00-3:30pm
 January 17 th 9:00-10:30am
 January 23 rd 9:00-10:30am
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TWO NEW VIRTUAL LEARNING MODULES
 Free, online professional
development
 Access through PVAAS
website
 2 NEW Modules
 Teacher Reports
 Admin Reports
OTHER HELPFUL
VIRTUAL LEARNING MODULES
Introduction to
Measuring Academic
Growth
(12-13 min)
Concept of Growth:
Connections to ValueAdded Reporting
(30 min)
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MISCONCEPTIONS ADDRESSED
Common
Misunderstandings
 Are YOU ready to respond/discuss?
Available on PVAAS
login page
https://pvaas.sas.com
GUIDE TO PILOT TEACHER
SPECIFIC REPORTING
Coming Soon!
Available by
release of PILOT
Teacher Specific
reporting on
December 2 nd
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TEACHER SPECIFIC
REPORTING
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SY13-14 + SY14-15 + SY15-16=
1st PVAAS 3 Year Rolling Average in SY15-16
SY14-15 + SY15-16 + SY16-17=
Next PVAAS 3 Year Rolling Average in SY16-17
PILOT REPORTING RELEASE
 Nov 11
PILOT District Admin
1 per PILOT LEA
PILOT School Admin
1 per PILOT School
 Dec 2
PILOT Teachers
 Reports will NOT be saved in the PVAAS system!
 Print/Save if you want them… before SY13-14 teacher
reporting is released in Fall 2014!
TWO CATEGORIES OF REPORTS
Administrator
reports
Teacher reports
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T YPES OF REPORTS FOR
ADMINISTRATORS
District Summary
PILOT reporting for all LEA PILOT
teachers
School Summary
PILOT reporting for all School PILOT
teachers
Teacher Lists
Teacher Search Feature
District
Summary
(PILOT)
School
Summary
(PILOT)
Teacher Listing (PILOT)
Teacher List By School (PILOT)
Result of Teacher Search (PILOT)
T YPES OF TEACHER LEVEL
REPORTING
Single Year, Multiple Grades/Subjects/Courses
Teacher Summary Reports
 Value-Added Summary
 Diagnostic Summary
Multiple Years, Single Grade/Subject/Course
Currently one year of reporting
Teacher Value-Added Report
Diagnostic Report
Single Year, Single Subject/Grade/Course
User Defined
 Custom Diagnostic
Teacher Value Added Summary (PILOT)
1 Year, Multiple Subjects/Grades/Courses
Teacher Value Added (PILOT)
Multiple Years, 1 Subject/Grade/Course
Teacher Value Added (PILOT)
Multiple Years, 1 Subject/Grade/Course
Diagnostic (PILOT)
Multiple Years, 1 Subject/Grade/Course
Custom Diagnostic (PILOT)
User Defined Group: 1 Year, 1
Subject/Grade/Course
Custom Diagnostic (PILOT)
User Defined Group: 1 Year, 1 Subject/Grade/Course
FROM PDE WEBSITE:
ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL
No conversion of PILOT reporting to the 0 -3 scale
Below: Cross walk for the PVAAS 3 year rolling
average
TEACHER ANALYSIS
PVAAS SelfReflection for
Teacher
Teacher can use
prior to meeting
with principal
Use it to guide the
conversation
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DECISIONS SINCE SPRING 2013 ROSTER
VERIFICATION
Actual N Count = 11 Students
 Cumulative Count - Per tested grade/subject/course
“Active” N Count = 6 Students
 Similar in concept to an “FTE”; 6 “active” students
 Example: 11 actual students, each claimed for 50%
Instructional Responsibility, would equal 5.5 “active”
students” – not enough “active” students for a teacher to
get PVAAS teacher specific reporting in this subject/grade
Minimum Threshold for % Instructional
Responsibility: 10%
 All students need to be rostered
 <10% will not be included in a teacher’s analyses
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QUESTIONS FOR LEAS
 Have the LEA staff responsible for EE met with your LEA
staff responsible for PIMS/SIS?
 Has your SIS vendor provided your LEA an update to the
SIS system aligned to SY13-14 PIMS?
 All teachers eligible for PVAAS in the SIS?
 Scheduling Elementary Students in SIS?
 All Keystone courses identified?
 Structure for % Student + Teacher Enrollment in SIS?
 Structure for % Full/Partial Instruction in SIS?
 How do you plan to ensure consistency across the LEA?
 % Instructional Responsibility needs discussed LEA wide
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MORE QUESTIONS FOR LEAS
Awareness?
 Do all district level admin know about Spring 2013 roster verification?
 Do all school admin know about Spring 2013 roster verification?
 Do the teachers eligible for PVAAS teacher specific reporting know about
Spring 2013 roster verification?
Training?
 When/how will district admin/school admin receive training on roster
verification process and system?
 When/how will teachers receive training on roster verification process and
system?
Implementation?
 When will teachers complete the roster verification process?
 How will they be supported?
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UPDATES TO
STUDENT
REPORTING
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SEMESTER LABELING FOR
REPORTS ON KEYSTONE EXAMS
Performance Diagnostic Reports
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SEMESTER LABELING FOR
REPORTS ON KEYSTONE EXAMS
Student
Projection
Report
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SEMESTER LABELING FOR
REPORTS ON KEYSTONE EXAMS
Student
History
Report
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PROJECTION SUMMARY TO
KEYSTONE EXAMS
Before
Now
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PA SECURE ID ON
STUDENT SEARCH RESULTS
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SAS
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UPDATES
Math Curriculum Framework
SLO Learning Community
 Log In  Go to “Teacher Tools”  “My Communities”  Join “SLO”
Assessment Creator
Curriculum Mapping – SAS Rollout?
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PROJECT BASED
ASSESSMENTS
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EVALUATORS NEEDED
Payment = Act 48 hours only
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SLOS
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UNOFFICIAL Q&A
 Unofficial Responses to SLO Questions Regarding:
 The locked online template
 SLO due date for Pilot
 Number of SLOs to be required next year
 Overall purpose of the SLO
 Requirements for 2014-15
 Videos
 Special Circumstances
 Submission of the Performance Measure Task
Framework
 SLO Examples
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TRAINING SCHEDULE
November 26 – Intro. To SLOs (repeat of
previous session)
January 7 – Pilot School Leadership
• Overview/Review of SLO Process
• Discussion of Roles/Responsibilities
• Sharing of Draft SLOs
• Review of SLOs for Completeness,
Comprehensiveness, & Coherency
April 8 – Pilot Assessment Literacy (ALS)
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EDUCATOR
EFFECTIVENESS
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SPECIALIST
EFFECTIVENESS
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PILOT RUBRICS POSTED ON PDE SITE
Specialist Rubrics – Posted
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Behavior Specialist
Certified School Nurse
Dental Hygienist
Home School Visitor
Instructional Technology Specialist
Occupational and Physical Therapist
School Counselor
School Psychologist
School Social Worker
Supervisor Rubrics – Coming Soon
Instructional Certifications Who Do Not
Provide Direct Instruction to Students –
Coming Soon
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PRINCIPAL
EFFECTIVENESS
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PRINCIPAL EFFECTIVENESS UPDATES
 REL & Mathematica have indicated that PA’s
Principal Evaluation tool is by far the strongest in the
country
 The aspect involving the correlation between Teacher
Evaluation and PVAAS Results still needs “tweaked”
– may become a “relationship” instead of a
“correlation”
 PIL courses are being designed for Teacher
Evaluation and Principal Evaluation
 REL is developing online principal training
 PLCs for principals are being developed
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TEACHER
EFFECTIVENESS
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TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS UPDATES
Use the best available data
“Rule of thumb” – If a teacher has no
connection to student achievement data,
then the evaluation becomes 100%
Observation data (Danielson Framework)
PDE will issue guidance soon to clarify
what data should be used in what
circumstances
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PROGRESS?
o Needs
o Questions
o Discussion Items
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DIFFERENTIATED
SUPERVISION
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WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
oGuidelines for Plans
oModes
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Peer Coaching
Action Research
Portfolio
Other?
oTraining Needed?
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CIU LEADERSHIP
WEBPAGE
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NOW UPDATED
Go to www.ciu10.org and select the “Leadership” tab.
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EMETRIC TRAINING
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DATA INTERACTION FOR PA KEYSTONES
Registration closes November 21
Two Sessions on December 5:
9:00-11:30 AM
1:00-3:30 PM
Registration Link
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AP SUMMER INSTITUTE
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INSTITUTE PLANNING PROGRESS
Bellefonte High School Scheduled
Dates set for August 4-7, 2014
Four Core Areas Confirmed
 Calculus AB
 Biology
 English Language and Composition
 US History
Fifth Instructor Not Yet Secured - TBA
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GALAXY
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INSPIRING BRILLIANCE
THROUGH THE ARTS
 Artist Services/Rates
 Explore an art form while making strong connections
with other academic areas/standards
 Artist for a Day
 Lessons as low as $175
 Performances as low as $235
 Artist Residencies
 Still have 2 ten-day residencies available for $1560+
 Glendale Mural Project
 Photos/Activities
 Program Transition
 Thoughts???
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ESL
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CIU ESL CONSORTIUM
Member LEAs
Contact Person = Bethann McCain
ESL Networking Meetings
 January 6
 March 10
 April 7
ELL Overlay/Curriculum Mapping
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PRINCIPALS’
NETWORKING MEETINGS
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DECEMBER MEETINGS
Potential Topics?
Elementary Meeting – Dec. 6, 9-11:30
Secondary Meeting – Dec. 12, 9-11:30
Registration Link
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OTHER NEEDS,
QUESTIONS, OR
DISCUSSION ITEMS
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UPCOMING CONFERENCES
o SAS – December 8-10 in Hershey
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PA Core Standards
STEM Initiative
Curriculum Mapping
SLO Training
o ISP – January 26-29 in Pittsburgh
o POSSIBLE Regional Leadership Institute –
July 9-11 in State College
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Thoughts?
Potential Topics?
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CURRICULUM COUNCIL
MEETING SCHEDULE
o January 22, 2014
o February 19, 2014
o March 26, 2014
o May 21, 2014
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ANYTHING ELSE?
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