Shelley B. Wepner, Manhattanville College Renee Gargano, Regional Leader Joan Thompson, Regional Coordinator and in partnership with the Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES Hudson River Teacher Center To prepare for implementation of new teacher and school leader certification requirements + new CCCSS + DDI From November 1st 2012 – June 30th 2014 (our region’s actual timeframe; 4/13 through 6/6) Organized regionally (5) clcu & Sector Advisory Panel Regional Leader Project Coordinators Campus Designee(s) Preparation for new certification assessments (edTPA; new certification exams) Inclusion of CCSS in teacher preparation and arts and sciences curriculum Incorporation of data-informed instruction within teacher preparation programs Understanding APPR and its implications for teacher/leader preparation programs 1 • Facilitator: Manhattanville College: Regional Leader and Coordinator 2 • Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES Hudson River Teacher Center: Coordination, Resources and Support 3 • Campus Based Teams: On Site Facilitation and Implementation 1 • Regional Meetings and Campus Facilitation 2 • Webinars 3 • On Line Instructional Modules Regional Meetings Four regional meetings will provide face to face opportunities for designees and/ or campus teams to learn content and plan for dissemination and follow- up Development of Eight On Line Instructional Modules Each module will contain approximately six to eight hours of instruction delivered by an experienced leader, consultant and/or certification specialist. The modules will include power point presentations, video, print resources and tool kits. Two synchronous sessions will be provided On Line Instructional Modules Topics Selected from the following topics but not limited to: 15 EdTPA Rubrics for 5 Disciplines ( Elem, Secondary English, Secondary Science, Secondary Math, Secondary Social Studies) EdTPA Scoring Clinically Rich Preparation Common Core Curriculum: Math, ELA Educating All Students ELL, Special Ed, Diverse Student Populations Preparing School Leaders for APPR, Student Learning Objectives, Rubrics, Common Core and Data Driven Instruction . Eight Webinars Each webinar will be developed by an experienced consultant to present the basic components of the 3 NYSED initiatives teacher/ principal accountability, common core curriculum and data driven instruction. Using power point presentations, videos and other learning devices, each webinar will be made available for participants prior to a one hour synchronous session facilitated by the consultant Eight Webinars Webinars selected from the following topics but not limited to: Introduction to the new NYS Teacher Certification Examinations Overview of new Certification Examinations and how they are refigured by CCSS Looking at candidate work in relation to EdTPA rubrics What You Need To Know About Common Core What You Need To Know About Data Driven Instruction Common Core Standards and their relevance to curricula and assessment Understanding APPR and its Implications for Teacher/Leader Preparation Programs Collecting, Analyzing and Utilizing Data to inform instruction Understanding the Rubrics and the Standards Behind Them Campus Teams On Site Individual Campus Team Allocation: $4,100 allocation per college to participate in regional meetings and to provide on site/turnkey training and facilitation cIcu Faculty and Staff Development Website clcu Professional Development Identify Individual campus designee/team Identify priority topics for on line instructional modules and webinars Faculty and P-12 Partners Establish experts and build local capacity through regional meetings and project deliverables Faculty and P-12 Partners clcu Professional Development “Times they are a changin’ ” By Elizabeth Johnston-O’Connor, Ph.D. The Process and Facts to date The Impact on Manhattanville Tips and Tricks Currently in 22 states Compressed implementation in NY Pilot testing now at Manhattanville, with outside evaluation Expand to all in Fall 2013 Must be fully operational May 1, 2014 All initial teaching certificate applicants Dual-certificate applicants only need a portfolio of one area. System-wide impact: All parties & Enrollment Course content must satisfy both edTPA and Specialized Professional Associations (SPAs) SOE Faculty prepare candidates for edTPA demands prior to student-teaching New Responsibilities for Field Supervisors Students provide cameras – *audio* Subtitles Sea change – compressed timeline Fear Hot Potato! Realign SPA rubrics for Methods classes Adjust Field Seminars for edTPA but SPAs too Video from beginning of student teaching Submit during first 7 week placement Writing emphasis, more than video Full feedback loop for 3 – 5 lessons Impact on: System-wide workload Writing skills Content knowledge, including Academic Language Enrollment pressure? Quality of new teachers What is happening on your campus? What are the challenges? What do you need to get your students ready for the new test requirements? When can we identify Campus Teams? By May 13? What are our region’s priority topics? Recommended speaker list? When and where to host next regional meeting? When best to begin instructional modules and webinars? Summer? Fall? Who should be expected to participate? What type of outreach should exist for arts and sciences faculty? How will we evaluate progress and impact?