School Leadership Team Week 2013: Sullivan County V. 0



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School Leadership Team Week 2013: Sullivan County V. 9.0 (Draft 08.02.13)




Monday(Carr & Harris)

Tuesday(Harris)

Wednesday(Carr)

Thursday (Carr)

Morning 8-12 Administrators
Please bring or have access to:

A laptop computer for each team (elementary, secondary)


Handouts will be in electronic form



Overview: Expectations for Schools and Districts 2013-2014

http://www.engageny.org/resource/new-york-state-metrics-expectations-2013-2014


What of the CCSS for ELA/Literacy Will We Move to Routine Practice in EVERY Classroom?
Becoming Familiar with State Modules and Other Resources for ELA/Literacy
Determining Clear Criteria for ELA and content area literacy curriculum implementation: How will we and won’t we work with the material provided by the state? What do we expect to see in the classroom?
What is the status of our resources for ELA and Literacy in the Content Areas?

Using Data to Improve and Differentiate Instruction


Review NWEA MAP focus reports: Teacher/Class Report. ASG Projection and Summary Report, District Summary by School Report, District Summary by District Report, and Grade Report. What do these reports show and how do we use them?
RIT report – beyond SLOs and APPR
Using the DesCartes and the CCSS to Differentiate Small Group Instruction at All Levels



Becoming Familiar with State Modules and Other Resources for Mathematics
Determining Clear Criteria for Math Curriculum: How will we and won’t we work with the material provided by the state? What do we expect to see in the classroom?
What is the Status of Our Resources for Mathematics?
Developing and Conducting Systems Walk Throughs Tied to Our Evaluation System and the Shifts for Mathematics: How will we know “it” when we see “it?”


Reviewing Sample PARCC Assessment Items and Planning to Focus Teachers on the Changes in the Upcoming Assessment: Implications for Interim and Formative Assessments
Balancing Summative and Formative Assessment Tied to the CCSS
Developing and Conducting Systems Walk Throughs Tied to Our Evaluation System and the Shifts for ELA/Literacy in the Content Areas – How will we know “it” when we see “it?”



Afternoon 1-4 Teams

Reviewing and Planning to Implement ELA/Literacy Maps/Modules and Adaptations: What will we take to routine use THIS YEAR and what is our plan for doing that? What actions are essential?
Building Curriculum Implementation/PD Calendar to support ELA/Literacy implementation

3 most essential reports for teachers: Class Report, Class Breakout by RIT and Class Breakdown by Goal
NWEA, Descartes, and Differentiation: Summary Overview and Next Steps
Differentiating Instruction and Related Strategies
Building a Calendar for Administration and Use of the NWEA MAP Data for ELA and Math
What are successful ways to engage the students in taking the assessment?

Reviewing and Planning to Implement Math Curriculum Modules/Maps: What will we take to routine use THIS YEAR and what is our plan for doing that? What actions are essential?
Building Curriculum Implementation/PD Calendar to support Mathematics implementation
Differentiating Instruction and Related Strategies



Design and Use of Formative and Interim Assessments Tied to the CCSS and the PARCC Assessments? What will we take to routine use THIS YEAR and what is our plan for doing that? What actions are essential?

Building Data Calendars and Plans for Using Data all levels



Planning to share data calendars with the whole faculty.


Note: We will modify and adjust as we work together to meet the needs of each group. Judy Carr/CCR/May 30, 2013


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