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  1. Build Your Own Institute EngageNY.org

  2. Professional Development in the Expectations & Metrics Principals: Provide high quality professional development (as defined by Impactful PD Rubric), taking advantage of the PD kits and instructional practice videos on EngageNY.org so that all teachers can implement aligned curriculum with quality and fidelity. Superintendents: Provide high quality professional development (as defined by Impactful Pd Rubric), taking advantage of the PD kits and instructional practice videos on engageNY.org so that all teachers can implement aligned curriculum with quality and fidelity. EngageNY.org

  3. Impactful PD Rubric Setting Participants up for Success Generating Objectives Targeted, efficient activities Pacing, tone, time management Facilitation of Adult Learning Evaluation  and ! Strengths and Growing Edges EngageNY.org

  4. Shifts in Assessments Six Shifts in ELA Assessments EngageNY.org

  5. Shifts in Assessments Six Shifts in Mathematics Assessments EngageNY.org

  6. The Wizard of Oz Use details and evidence to support your answers! • What motivates Dorothy? • What role do the red shoes play? • What element of the human psyche does the lion represent? • What is the climax of the story? • How many settings are there in the story? • Is it real or is it a dream? • What is the theme? EngageNY.org

  7. EVERY LITTLE HURRICANE ~Sherman Alexie Although it was winter, the nearest ocean four hundred miles away, and the Tribal Weatherman asleep because of-boredom, a hurricane dropped from the sky in 1976 and fell so hard on the Spokane Indian Reservation that it knocked Victor from bed and his latest nightmare. Where and when does the story take place? What time of year is it?  Why are the tribal weathermen asleep because of boredom? What happens in this first sentence? What do we learn about Victor in this first sentence? EngageNY.org

  8. Pre-CCSS Questions What weather words and phrases does the author use? Alexie uses the paradox of fighting at a party, two seemingly incompatible events that nonetheless occur. What other examples of paradox appear in the story, and why might that be? Which character to you most resemble? Why? How does the author use one or more major metaphors (storms, water, drowning)? Write a brief summary of the text, its relationship to events, and its use of symbolism and paradox to illustrate it major theme. EngageNY.org

  9. Reading Targets EngageNY.org

  10. Readers & Writers Workshop is still a viable literacy model if… Efficiency of time Text complexity for all (Frustration/ Productive Struggle is OK) Far greater emphasis on writing from sources than narrative Primacy of text based evidence Deliberate skills instruction (Lisa Delpit was right!) Frequent opportunities for students to learn and reinforce the spelling/sound patterns necessary for proficient decoding in early grades Frequent opportunities for oral comprehension, rich language experiences, background knowledge to keep students’ comprehension progressing Frequent exposures to coherent texts which are connected to the primary materials. Exposure to varied, spiraled, and sophisticated syntax, content knowledge, and vocabulary. Leveled text structure does not prohibit domain specific acceleration EngageNY.org

  11. ELA/ Literacy CCSS Professional Development What does an effectively trained teacher look like for ELA? For Content Areas in Literacy? For Math? What does he know? What can she do? EngageNY.org

  12. CCSS Professional Development Where are you now? What have you focused on/ prioritized? What has been learned? How has practice changed in your building/ district? EngageNY.org

  13. The shape of math in A+ countries Mathematics topics intended at each grade by at least two-thirds of A+ countries Mathematics topics intended at each grade by at least two-thirds of 21 U.S. states 1 Schmidt, Houang, & Cogan, “A Coherent Curriculum: The Case of Mathematics.” (2002).

  14. Tom Guskey’s Levels of PD Evaluation Did they like it? Did they learn it? Were the supports, policies, and accountabilities in place to ensure high quality implementation? Did they implement with quality and fidelity? Did the changes in their practice have an impact on student achievement? EngageNY.org

  15. Let’s talk about level 3 Supports Policies Accountabilities EngageNY.org

  16. Recommended Areas of Focus for Teacher Training: • Curriculum • Scope & Sequence • Format/ Structure • Assessments • Processes/ Protocols • Lesson Plans • Diving Deeply into the shifts • Intensive Adult to Adult conversations about Content (Texts, Concepts) • Practical application and adult to adult processing time devoted to shift experimentation/ evidence collection tools EngageNY.org

  17. Make Your Own Institute For Principals For Teachers EngageNY.org

  18. So what do you want to do And when do you want to do it? EngageNY.org