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Professional Development: Problem-Solving in Mathematics
The Office of Student and School Success Mathematics Team is offering K-8 teachers in identified Priority, Focus, and Emerging schools free professional development on CCSS-Math-aligned problem-solving strategies designed to engage and accelerate learning for targeted, struggling students.

  • Thursday, May 22, 2014; 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
    ESD 171 - Wenatchee, WA
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  • Wednesday, June 4, 2014; 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
    Professional Development Center - Tacoma, WA.
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2014 Student and School Success Outreach


Registration for each Outreach will be managed by the ESD. Click on your ESD's name below to register for the Outreach

 
February 24, 2014 ESD 114 Bremerton
February 28, 2014 ESD 113 Tumwater
March 3, 2014 NWESD 189 Anacortes
March 11, 2014 ESD 101 Spokane
March 17, 2014 ESD 112 Vancouver
March 18, 2014 ESD 171 Wenatchee
March 21, 2014 ESD 123 Pasco
April 11, 2014 ESD 105 Yakima
April 23, 2014 PSESD 121 Renton

Learning Targets
Session I Participants will (1) understand expectations for assurances in district-level Expected Indicators, (2) review examples of district-level evidence for Expected Indicators, and (3) learn about tools and resources to support districts in the development, implementation, and monitoring of both district and school Action Plans.

Session II Participants will (1) learn about the services and resources offered through OSPI and ESD’s to support the development, implementation, and monitoring of Student and School Success building Action- Plans (2) learn how to use the Action-Planning Handbook as a guide in developing an integrated Title I Schoolwide plan (SWP) and Student and School Success Action Plan, and (3) learn how to transfer current SWP components 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 into the Indistar Action-Plan corresponding indicators.

Target Audience
9:00am – 12:00pm Session I: Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Executive Directors, Directors who supervise Principals of Identified Schools, Title I Directors who oversee categorical funding.

1:00pm – 4:00pm Session II: Principals and leadership teams from continuing Priority, Focus & Emerging schools (2012-on).

*If district personnel travel together, Session II participants will have the opportunity to work on school plans with Technical Assistance during the morning session. All attendees are invited to participate in both sessions, as well as the networking lunch.

 

Archived Webinars


+ SIG Cohort III Webinar

February 2014

Topic: SIG Cohort III informational webinar to explain the SIG application process and to clarify requirements - Thurs. Feb. 27th, 2014
Presenters: Andy Kelly, Assistant Superintendent; Tisha Hansen, Resource Program Specialist - OSPI Office of Student and School Success

 

+ Co-Teaching Practices: Enhancing Instruction for all Students

February 2014

Topic: Co-Teaching Practices: Enhancing Instruction for all Students - Wed. Feb. 19th, 2014
Presenter: Dr. Deb Howard, OSPI Office of Student and School Success Instructional & Leadership Success
Learning Targets:

 

+ Best Practices in Teacher Leadership

February 2014

Topic: Best Practices in Teacher Leadership - Wed. Feb. 12th, 2014
Presenters: Katie Taylor (Deputy Director from the Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession); Rod Luke (Associate Superintendent of the Auburn School District)
Learning Targets:

 

+ Meeting Students’ Diverse Learning Needs: Understanding Best Practices for English Learners

February 2014

Topic: Meeting Students’ Diverse Learning Needs: Understanding Best Practices for English Learners
Presenters: Sarah Southard, Student and School Success Coordinator for Northwest ESD; Craig Shurick, OSPI Office of Student and School Success Focus Schools Program Manager
Learning Targets:

  • Deepen your understanding of one high-yield best practice for helping English Learners develop academic language AND learn academic content
  • Begin to develop a plan for how to use this information with teachers to understand, coordinate, and support instructional improvements in every classroom.
Success Criteria:

 

+ Using the Indistar Online Action-Planning Tool to Merge Title I, Part A Schoolwide & Action Plans

November 2013

Topic: Requirements, Timelines, and Technical Assistance for merging Title I Part A Schoolwide Plans and Student and School Success Action Plans within the Indistar online action-planning tool.
Presenters: Gayle Pauley & Larry Fazzari - Title I/LAP; Andy Kelly, Travis Campbell, & Nate Marciochi – Office of Student and School Success
Purpose: To facilitate the following processes:

 

+ Requirements, Timelines, and Technical Assistance for School-Level Indistar Use

September 2013

Topic: Requirements, Timelines, and Technical Assistance for School-Level Indistar Use
Presenters: Travis Campbell, Sue Cohn, & Nate Marciochi - Office of Student and School Success
Purpose: To facilitate the following processes for schools:

+ Technical Assistance for District-Level Indistar Use

August 2013

Topic: Requirements, Timelines, and Technical Assistance for both School- & District-Level Expected Indicators in Indistar
Presenters: Travis Campbell, Sue Cohn, & Nate Marciochi - Office of Student and School Success
Purpose: To facilitate the following processes for school districts:

+ Newly Identified Emerging Schools

June 2013

Topic: Deep Data Dive and Action Planning for Newly Identified Emerging Schools
Presenters: Greg Lobdell, Center for Educational Effectiveness; Sue Cohn, Office of Student and School Success; Maria Flores, Office of Student and School Success; Dana Anderson, ESD 113
Purpose: To facilitate the following processes for Newly Identified Emerging teams:

  • Deep dive into data provided by CEE; analysis intended to lead teams to identify “Problems of Practice” and priorities for action planning; includes data dashboard with proficiency, improvement, and growth data for each school; includes focus on integrating Instructional Framework into the process.
  • Development of S.M.A.R.T. goals for Problems of Practice and initial tasks for Turnaround Principle 4 (focus on Differentiation) for Action Plan.
  • Planning next steps for teams when they return to their school, including use of the Indistar online tool.

+ Newly Identified Priority and Focus Schools

June 2013

Topic: Deep Data Dive and Action Planning for Newly Identified Priority and Focus Schools
Presenters: Greg Lobdell, Center for Educational Effectiveness; Candace Gratama, The BERC Group; Sue Cohn, Office of Student and School Success.
Purpose: To facilitate the following processes for Newly Identified Priority and Focus teams:

  • Deep dive into data provided by CEE and BERC; analysis intended to lead teams to identify “Problems of Practice” and priorities for action planning; includes data dashboard with proficiency, improvement, and growth data for each school; includes focus on integrating Instructional Framework into the process.
  • Development of S.M.A.R.T. goals for Problems of Practice and initial tasks for Turnaround Principle 4 (focus on Differentiation) for Action Plan.
  • Planning next steps for teams when they return to their school, including use of the Indistar online tool.

 

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