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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (ELPA21)
August 2017
Webinar (YouTube)
Presenters: Monica Hulubei Piergallini, Success Coach, Office of System and School Improvement; Trinh Pham, Success Coach, Office of System and School Improvement
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Teams, Success Coaches
Learning Targets: Participants will be able to:

  • Understand the four domains of the ELPA21 assessment
  • Identify how students performed on the ELPA21 referencing:
    • English Language Performance Standards (ELP Standards)
    • Proficiency Status Descriptors
    • Achievement Level Descriptors (ALDs)
  • Use ELPA21 data as a guide to instructional and schoolwide action planning
The PowerPoint presentation used in this recording is available upon request. Please email your request to OSSI@k12.wa.us

DATA INTO ACTION – PART I
May 2017
Webinar (YouTube)
Presenters: Greg Lobdell, CEO and Director of Research, Center for Educational Effectiveness; Jim Paxinos, Success Coach, Office of System and School Improvement
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Teams, Success Coaches
Learning Targets: Participants will be able to:

  • Describe the five steps in the Data Analysis Protocol in order to (a) clarify and review problems of practice and (b) craft/revise SMART Goals that address those problems of practice
  • Apply the protocol with school teams using 2017 State Assessment Data
  • Identify data analysis timelines for using the protocol
  • Articulate next steps with teams for using protocol
The PowerPoint presentation used in this recording is available upon request. Please email your request to OSSI@k12.wa.us

DATA INTO ACTION – PART II
May 2017
Webinar (YouTube)
Presenters: Sue Cohn, Policy and Research Coach, Office of System and School Improvement; Jim Paxinos, Success Coach, Office of System and School Improvement
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Teams, Success Coaches
Learning Targets: Participants build an understanding of how to:

  • Triangulate school-specific data to identify and prioritize areas of agreement and disagreement in their data
  • Clarify and review problems of practice to address inequities in student outcomes
  • Articulate next steps with teams for using protocol
The PowerPoint presentation used in this recording is available upon request. Please email your request to OSSI@k12.wa.us

PROGRESS MONITORING STUDENT GROWTH WITH SB INTERIM ASSESSMENT BLOCKS (IABs) USING AIRWAYS
May 2017
Webinar (YouTube)
Presenters: Jeanine Butler, Success Coach, Office of System and School Improvement
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Teams, Success Coaches
Learning Targets: Participants will be able to:

  • Explain the process of progress monitoring and the many purposes it can serve, including its linkage to Interim Assessment Blocks (IABs)
  • Review ORS Target Reports to select specific IABs useful for progress monitoring
  • Describe how pre- and post-IAB data can support teachers and teams to determine gaps in curriculum, instruction, and classroom evidence
  • Understand, access, and use SB Item Specs to develop a deeper understanding of IABs and SB standards and to guide instructional decisions
The PowerPoint presentation used in this recording is available upon request. Please email your request to OSSI@k12.wa.us

INTRODUCTION TO ORS (ONLINE REPORTING SYSTEM)
January 2017
Webinar (MP4)
Presenter: Jim Paxinos, Success Coach, Office of Student and School Success
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Teams, Success Coaches
Learning Targets: Participants build an understanding of how to:

  • Access the Online Reporting System (ORS)
  • Navigate ORS
  • Access and read basic reports


CO-TEACHING IMPLEMENTATION BEST PRACTICES
February 2016
Webinar (WMV)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Serene Cook and Susan Friberg, Instructional Coach
Learning Targets – Participants will understand:

  • Define co-teaching and its essential components
  • Discuss the importance of having the support of administration, at the district and building level
  • Identify effective instructional models within co-teaching
  • Provide a plan on how to begin a co-teaching program


 

 

 

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