KLA - ISLN Updates

KLA - ISLN Updates January 2012 Introducing the Content Specialists 2011/2012 - Beginning the Implementation... Kentucky Core Academic Standards

Learning Targets Assessment/ Assessment Literacy (CASL & others) Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching and Learning (CHETL) Leadership Administration ensures that:

A vision is set. Implementation is analyzed at key points. Next Steps are determined based on data.

Resources and professional learning are available to support teacher implementation. I can identify strong and weak models. I can provide effective feedback using a rubric. I can identify ways to provide feedback to teachers on learning targets.

I can reflect on the implementation of some components of Unbridled Learning within my school or district. Effective Implementation calls for..... Alignment/Congruency to Standards targets, instruction, assessment, resources, materials, etc. Formative Assessment strategies are embedded in instruction leading to standards based assessment

Knowledge/Models of CHETL Knowledge/Models of 21st Century learning Collaboration among teachers (effective PLCs) Focus: Standards Alignment As a table divide into 2 groups A & B. A will read Vignette #1 B will read Vignette #2 Read through the implementation rubric for standards alignment and your assigned Vignette.

Identify what level you would assign. Using the language of the rubric identify some specific feedback you would give the teacher Each group shares their assigned level and feedback. Quality Feedback Directs attention to the learning - points out strengths and offers specific info to guide improvement Occurs during the learning process.

Addresses partial understanding Does not do the thinking for the students Limits correctives to what students can act on in given time Jan Chappuis Implications How did the rubric help you provide feedback? How did the use of strong and weak

models help you understand the expectations? What difference could these practices make in your district, school and classrooms? How can you encourage these in your school/ district ? Foundation of the Work

Quality Learning targets congruent to standards If the teacher begins with strong learning targets congruent to the standards...... Clear expectations are communicated to students. Instruction can be planned to match standards.

Formative assessments can be done daily to inform instruction and student progress. Summative assessments can be created to check student mastery against standards. Monitoring Student Learning Targets Take a stack of post it notes On each one place one way that

you are monitoring learning targets in your school or district As a table Organize your post it notes to show ways to monitor learning targets Once you have done that, get a

handout from us and review it: What could you add? How can this be used in your school or district? Where are you in the implementation process? State Leadership Networks - 3 year

January 2012 - 1 1/2 years into the process Think about where your school, district is at this point. The Journey Map your journey. As you do think about your implementation of: Standards Formative/Summative Assessment

What might your next steps be?

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