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  2. Why has North Carolina developed Home Base? The central focus of READY is improving every student’s learning ... …and enabling and ensuring great teaching is how we get there. One of the ways we are enabling great teaching is by putting powerful tools in the hands of teachers and school leaders.

  3. What is Home Base and what does it do? Home Base is an online tool for teaching and learning. • InformationThe Home Base student information system is PowerSchool. • The system allows educators to collect key data and manage student information in a secure, useful way. • Among other things, the information component of Home Base is used for: • Attendance • Scheduling • Grading • Transcripts • Parent and Student Portals Instruction The Home Base instructional improvement system includes a suite of standards-aligned tools to enable great teaching. Every user has one password to enter only one time to access resources and tools. Instructional design, practice & resources including a Learning Management System Assessment Data Analysis and Reporting Home Base has two key functions: Educator Effectiveness Evaluation and Professional Development Instructional Informational Different users have different types of access. For example: Teachers can search for great lesson plans then create classroom assessments, crunch the resulting data to adjust instruction and communicate progress to parents – all in Home Base. Principals can monitor ongoing benchmark assessment data, compare it to mid-year observation ratings and then access professional development to address staff needs – all in Home Base. think: a simpler, better information system think: a newstandards-aligned tool for instruction, assessment, data analysis and professional development

  4. Functional Categories – The BasicsHome Base tools are designed to help you manage information and improve instruction. Information Instruction In the novel, what motivated Sarah’s behavior? Support your claim with evidence from the text. Educator Effectiveness: Evaluation and Professional Development Student Information and Learner Profile Data Analysis and Reporting Instructional Design, Practice & Resources Assessment • Major Functions • Develop aligned assessments for classroom or benchmark purposes • Deliver assessments • Highlights • Major Functions • Find high-quality resources based on standards or search criteria • Contribute to a shared repository of North Carolina-made resources • Highlights Major Functions • Compile and analyze data • Share progress with students and colleagues • Analyze data to take informed action Highlights Integrate with assessment tools and student information to deliver data on student progress to teachers, parents and students in an easy-to-understand, actionable way Easy access to your data and a direct, fast way to pull it Major Functions • Record and organize NC Educator Evaluation System observation and evaluation data • Select resources aligned to meet professional development needs Highlights Professional Development resources aligned to the North Carolina Educator Evaluation Rubric Major Functions • Attendance • Scheduling • Grading • Transcripts • Parent, Student and Educator Portals Highlights Portalsso students, parents and educators can access information Data validation tools to make managing student information easier and improve data quality Security to make sure only the right people can access data Classroom & Benchmark A rich bank of items to build your own rigorous, standards-aligned assessments Ability to create your own items to use in your classroom and to submit up for other teachers to access and use for assessments Tools for Teaching Vettedand standards-aligned resources Learning Management System Built to help educators teach, organize, communicate and collaborate online with their students

  5. An Integrated Suite of Technology Tools Information Instruction Educator Effectiveness: Evaluation and Professional Development Student Information and Learner Profile Data Analysis and Reporting Instructional Design, Practice & Resources Assessment Instructional Tools & Resources a newstandards-aligned tool for instruction (e.g. lesson plans, unit plans), assessment, and data analysis Information a student information system Effectiveness an online evaluation system and professional development system Schoolnet Instruction and Assessment OpenClass Collaboration Truenorthlogic Evaluation and PD PowerSchool Student Information 5

  6. Products being integrated to create Home Base PowerSchoolStudentInformation UserPortal via PowerSchool TestNav SummativeAssessment Core Instructional Improvement System OpenClass Collaboration Schoolnet Instructional Tools and Assessment Truenorthlogic Educator Evaluation Truenorthlogic Professional Development (STATE) Content in SystemTools for Teaching • Assessment Creation • Initial Content • Math, ELA, Science and Social Studies Assessment Items for Benchmark or Classroom Assessments • Instructional Content (e.g. lesson plans , videos, interactive activities) Truenorthlogic Professional Development (LOCAL) 6

  7. Products being integrated to create Home Base FREE PowerSchoolStudentInformation UserPortal via PowerSchool FREE Core Instructional Improvement System • The required functionalities of Home Base are provided for districts free of charge OpenClass Collaboration Schoolnet Instructional Tools and Assessment Truenorthlogic Educator Evaluation FREE Truenorthlogic Professional Development (STATE) Content in SystemTools for Teaching • Assessment Creation • Initial Content • Math, ELA, Science and Social Studies Assessment Items for Benchmark or Classroom Assessments • Instructional Content (e.g. lesson plans , videos, interactive activities) Truenorthlogic Professional Development (LOCAL) 7

  8. Products being integrated to create Home Base • Instructional Improvement Tools are optional • We believe districts will find value in these tools to improve instruction • Beginning in the 2014-15 school year, districts and charter school will pay $4/ADM to access these optional tools FREE PowerSchoolStudentInformation UserPortal via PowerSchool Core Instructional Improvement System FREE OpenClass Collaboration Schoolnet Instructional Tools and Assessment Truenorthlogic Educator Evaluation FREE Content in SystemTools for Teaching • Assessment Creation Truenorthlogic Professional Development (STATE) • Initial Content • Math, ELA, Science and Social Studies Assessment Items for Benchmark or Classroom Assessments • Instructional Content (e.g. lesson plans , videos, interactive activities) Truenorthlogic Professional Development (LOCAL) 8

  9. Schoolnet Instructional Tools & Resources • CurrentOver 28,000 Instructional Resources (lesson plans, unit plans, multi-media, etc.) across all grades and subjects • FutureContinued expansion of standards-aligned resources and vetted instructional resources including collecting and sharing the best of North Carolina educators’ work Instructional Resources ? • CurrentOver 36,000 items in ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies • FutureContinued expansion of items banks including multiple item types. Estimated totals available for teacher and district use in the 2014-2015 School Year: 62,000+ items Assessment Items • CurrentLocal data from educator use of the Classrooms and Assessment Admin Modules in Schoolnet and historical EOC and EOG data, CTE data, mClass data, and ACT data • FutureIncludes daily attendance data, discipline and select demographic data from Student Information System (PowerSchool) Data for Dashboards

  10. Schoolnet: Classrooms Functionality 10

  11. Instructional Resources Future Present Over 28,000 Instructional Resources (lesson plans, unit plans, multi-media,etc.) across all grades and subjects Additional standards-aligned resources and vetted instructional resources, including the best of North Carolina educators’ work 11

  12. 17,650+ Open Education Resources Some of our many Content Providers 12

  13. 11,920 External Resources 8,672 Instructional Resources for Social Studies and Science Current Providers of External Content 1,137 Instructional Resources for English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages 2,111 Additional Instructional Resources in various for Art, Music, History, etc. 13

  14. 500+ NC DPI Resources 14

  15. Schoolnet: Classrooms Functionality 15

  16. Student Performance Future Present Student data from educator use of the Schoolnet Assessment Module and historical EOC and EOG data, CTE data, mClass data, and ACT data Daily attendance data, discipline and select demographic data from Student Information System (PowerSchool) 16

  17. Schoolnet: Assessment Functionality 17

  18. Assessment Items Future Present Over 36,000items in English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, and Social Studies Additional items, including multiple item types (approximately 62,000total items will be available for teacher and district use at the start of the 2014-15 school year) 18

  19. Classroom and Benchmark Assessment Items(formerly in ClassScape) Grade 3-8 ELA 5,453 English II 593 Grades 3-8 Math 11,186 Algebra I/Integrated I 2,376 Grade 5 Science 1,871 Grade 8 Science 2,297 Biology 1,635 *Total: 25,411 *Development ongoing These items are split into a bank for teachers to use daily for classroom assessment purposes (Publisher = NCDPI_Classroom) and a bank that is secure at the district level for benchmark purposes (Publisher = NCDPI_Benchmark). 19

  20. Classroom Assessment Items(Purchased) Classroom (non-secure) Science and Social Studies Assessment Items Science Items Grade 3 152 Grade 4 633 Grade 5 352 Grade 6 1,006 Grade 7 880 Grade 8 659 Physical Science 603 Biology 1,030 Chemistry 596 Physics 174 Earth & Environmental 594 Science Total 6,679 Social Studies Items Grade 7 43 Grade 8 17 Global Geography 136 World History 551 American History I 578 American History II 349 Civics and Economics 777 Social Studies Total 2,451 20

  21. Classroom Assessment Items(Purchased) Next Generation K-12 Common Core ELA and Math Items 21

  22. OpenClass Collaboration and Course Management Tools 22

  23. OpenClass Collaboration and Course Management Tools • Offers teachers an online vehicle for organizing course materials and sharing with students • Offers flexible space for delivering multi-media assignments to students, and receiving uploaded student work • Enables creation of collaborative documents • Offers space for “threaded” online conversations (student-student and teacher-student) • Receives class roster and other student and teacher information from PowerSchool 23

  24. Professional Development (PD)State & Local Functionality FREE Truenorthlogic Professional Development (STATE) • Enables alldistricts and chartersto utilize existing PD resources in a more sophisticated software platform that connects Educator Evaluation to PD • Better tracking and reporting of State-offered PD • Enables Opt-In districts and charters to utilize expanded functionality to manage both State and local-PD content, tracking, reporting, etc. • Better tracking of State-offered andLocal PD Truenorthlogic Professional Development (LOCAL) Part of OPT-IN 24

  25. PD “State” Functionality All districts and charters can… • Search for and enroll in State-provided instructor-led and self-paced courses (presented in Moodle) • Note: State-provided courses will be aligned with teacher and leader standards (where applicable) • Maintain a transcript (including recommended CEUs) for State-provided courses • View and create reports of staff transcripts 25

  26. PD “Local” Functionality Opt-In Districts and Charters can… • Create and manage district/charter-level instructor led and self-paced courses in a common catalog • Leverage built-in Moodle integration • Provide integrated access to state-owned learning object repositories • Choose courses to align with teacher and leader standards • Target courses to specific participants • Create aggregate and individual reports • Produce course completion certificates & surveys • Manage enrollment and participant processes, including wait lists, courses & sections, rosters, attendance, completion, etc. 26

  27. Systems and Services Timeline Fall/early winter 2014-15 October - November 2013 Start of School 2013-14 April 2014 Summer 2014 PowerSchool Schoolnet OpenClass Educator Evaluation (for teachers) Educator Evaluation (for principals) Professional Development 27

  28. Minimum Technical Requirements The Minimum Technical Specifications document is updated as needed. Please visit the link below to find the most current version of this document: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/homebase/getting-ready/implementation/category?category=Technical%20Requirements

  29. Home Base Website and Updates • Home Base website is http://www.ncpublicschools.org/homebase/ • To sign up for Home Base Biweekly Newsletter, please email home_base_ready@dpi.nc.gov as ask to be placed on the newsletter listserv, or self-subscribe at http://goo.gl/appdp • We will continue to email the biweekly updates, but you can also find them archived on the Home Base website at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/homebase/updates/biweekly/?year=2014

  30. homebase.incidents@its.nc.gov Contact: HBSC You can email the Home Base Support Center (HBSC) with your questions about Home Base. Questions will be logged into Remedy for assistance. Support personnel provide the answer, research or assign to the appropriate area for resolution; keep in mind, each region has a dedicated support staff member Incidents are categorized for statistical reporting to aid in identifying problem areas as well as providing a knowledge base  If you have a question that is not about the system, implementation or training, you may contact the Home Base staff at home_base_ready@dpi.nc.gov

  31. Regional SupportHBSC Mini-TeamsCall: 919.807.4357email: homebase.incidents@its.nc.gov