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Report
“Start Ready, Leave
Ready.”
OACTS Meeting
June 2012
How is ODE helping Ohio districts
make the transition?
Transition and
Implementation Plan:
– Communication and Outreach
– Professional Development/Training
– K-12 and Higher Education Alignment
– Resources and Technology
Integration
– Monitoring and Sustainability
Efforts
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Professional Development/Training
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Regional Targeted PD/Training
Formative Instruction
PD/Training
RttT Pilot Site (PD- OPAP,
FAMS, AP)
District Level Professional
Development
http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/
ODE/ODEDedicatedPage.aspx?page=973
Professional Development/Training
Regional Targeted
PD/Training
• Provide in depth
professional development
across the regions
• Facilitated by Regional
Content Facilitators (RCFs)
• Focus on assisting teachers
with depth of content and
curriculum revision
• Support for teachers of
diverse learners.
Formative Instruction
PD/Training
• Web-based modules
• Foundations of Formative
Instruction/Content and
Grade Specific modules
• Aligns to Ohio’s New
Learning standards
• Facilitated by FIP
Facilitators Support for
teachers of diverse learners
Professional Development/Training
Upcoming for 2012-13
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PARCC Educator Leader Cadres
Regional targeted and differentiated PD for teachers of
SWD, ELL and Gifted
Formative Instruction Content- Specific Modules
(fipyourschoolohio.org)
Online PD modules on Students with Disabilities (e.g.
extended standards)
PD/Training topics include:
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Utilizing technology in math, ELA, science, and social
studies instruction
Incorporating literacy across curriculum
Interdisciplinary instruction through the Eye of Integration
Providing visions into effective instructional practice.
PARCC – What Is It? What Is the
Impact for CTE?
June 21, 2012
Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for
College and Careers (PARCC)
PARCC is State Led
Governing States collaboratively:
– Approve test specifications
– Develop long-term sustainability plans
– Approve solicitations and select vendors for
PARCC procurements
– Determine high priority model instructional tools
– Build and expand educator leader cadres of K-12
educators and postsecondary faculty
– Ensure the assessment results provide the data
needed to support state accountability
mechanisms
PARCC Assessments
Measure students’ mastery of Common
Core State Standards
Online testing with immediate results for
real-time use for educators and parents
Provide a common measure of career and
college readiness
Coherent System Aligned to
College and Career Readiness
Summative
Assessments
Implementation
& Transition
Support
PARCC
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Assessment
System
Aligned
Instructional
Resources
Diagnostic &
Informative
Assessments
PARCC Assessment Design
English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics, Grades 3-11
Flexible
Diagnostic
Assessment
Summative
assessment for
accountability
Source: Center for K-12 at ETS
Summative Components
Mid-Year
Assessment
Formative
assessment
PerformanceBased
Assessment
End-of-Year
/End-of-Course
Assessment
Speaking & Listening
Assessment
Pathway to College and Career
Readiness for All Students
K-2
formative
assessment
being
developed,
aligned to
the PARCC
system
K-2
Timely student
achievement data
showing students, parents
and educators whether
ALL students are on-track
to college and career
readiness
3-8
College
readiness
score to
identify who
is ready for
college-level
coursework
Targeted
interventions &
supports:
•12th-grade
bridge courses
• PD for
educators
High
School
ONGOING STUDENT
SUPPORTS/INTERVENTIONS
SUCCESS IN FIRSTYEAR, CREDITBEARING,
POSTSECONDARY
COURSEWORK
PARCC Tools & Resources
Model
Instructional
Units and
Content
Frameworks
Item and Task
Prototypes
College
Ready Tools
Model
Instruction
al Units
Educator
Leader
Cadres
PARCC Tech Support
PARCC is developing
guidelines for states and
districts to:
• Plan instructional technology
hardware purchases
• Meet bandwidth and network
specifications
• http://www.parcconline.org/tec
hnology
ODE Tech Support
• Technology Readiness Tool (TRT)
– Technology Inventory developed by Pearson
– April Pilot complete
– Information webcast recording available:
http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODE
Detail.aspx?page=3&TopicRelationID=1907&ContentID=1203
01&Content=126695
– Month of June data collection window
– Questions to [email protected]
• Ohio Online Assessment Pilot (OAP)
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Grade 8 Social Studies questions
Online, interactive format
Handful of technology-enhanced items
May 15 – 25, 2012 Pilot testing window
http://ohsspilot.portal.airast.org/
Educator
Leader
Cadre(ELC)
 24 Educator Leaders
 Four Key Roles
• Strategic Thought Partners
• Content Partners
• Engagement Facilitators
• Distributors, Messengers,
Ambassadors
 Vendor- National Mathematics
and Science Initiative(NMSI)
 State level and PARCC- led
ELC Meetings =2012-2014
Higher Education:
Key PARCC Partner
PARCC college-ready
assessments will help
students to:
• Enter colleges better
prepared
• Persist in and
complete degree
and certificate
programs
PARCC and Career Field
Technical Education
• CTE students will take the PARCC
assessments in core academic
content, beginning in 2014-15
• Current CTE end-of-course exams
and performance based tasks
prepare CTE students for and
compliment Next Generation
PARCC assessments in core
academic content areas
CCSS and CCTC
Connections
CCSS
CCTC
Use appropriate tools
strategically.
Apply appropriate academic
and technical skills.
Construct viable arguments
and critique the reasoning of
others.
Communicate clearly,
effectively and with reason.
Make sense of problems and
persevere in solving them.
Utilize critical thinking to make
sense of problems and
persevere in solving them.
Timeline Through First PARCC
Administration in 2014-2015
PARCC Tools, Resources, and
Support
Model
Partnership
K-2 tools
instructional Resource
developme
units
Center
nt begins
released
launched
Fall
2012
Winter
2013
Spring
2013
Pilot/field
testing begins
Professional
development
modules
released
Summer
2013
Fall
2013
Collegeready tools
released
Winter
2014
Full-scale
pilot/field
testing begins
PARCC Assessment
Implementation
Spring
2014
Diagnostic
assessments
released
Summer
2014
Fall
2014
Full
administration
of PARCC
assessments
What Should Career field Technical
Districts and Programs Do Now?
 Become familiar with:
– Common Core and State Revised Standards
– Model curricula
 Assure that all students have access to high
quality instruction and challenging curriculum
 Develop support structures for struggling students
 Access for new opportunities and resources
• PARCC Assessment Resources: www.parcconline.org
• ODE Developed Resources:
http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE
/ODEDedicatedPage.aspx?page=973
Questions?

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