Student and School Success

Trainings, Presentations, and Webinars

Trainings & Presentations


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

TRIANGULATING DATA TO SURFACE EQUITIES AND INEQUITIES IN STUDENT OUTCOMES
February 2017
Webinar (MP4) | Data Presentation (PPT) | Data Protocols
Presenters: Sue Cohn, Policy and Research Coach, Office of Student and School Success; Jennifer Jones, President, Center for Educational Effectiveness; and Erica Ferrelli, Data Analyst, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Teams, Success Coaches
Learning Targets: Participants build an understanding of how to:

  • Triangulate data to surface equities and inequities in student outcomes
  • Prioritize findings based on an understanding of local context and needs
  • Identify initial moves and next steps with School/District Leaders and Leadership Teams

SIG/RAD END-OF-YEAR REPORTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES FOR 2016-17
January 24, 2017
Webinar (WMV)
Presenter: Craig Shurick, Director of Operations; Sue Cohn, Policy and Research Coach; and Leslie Rose, Success Coach, Office of Student and School Success
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Success Coaches with SIG/RAD Schools
Learning Targets: Participants understand process and requirements for completing 2016–17 SIG/RAD End-of-Year Reports.

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

USING EES™ PERCEPTUAL DATA
December 2016
Webinar (MP4)
Presenters: Greg Lobdell and Jennifer Jones from Center for Educational Effectiveness
Intended Audience: District and School Leaders and Teams, Success Coaches
Learning Targets: Participants build an understanding of how to:

  • Access the data reports
  • Read the data
  • Use the data to identify coaching moves

ASSESSMENT ANALYTIC TOOL
October 2016
Webinar (MP4)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Erica Ferrelli
Learning Targets –

  • Data centered around Proficiency and Student Growth Percentiles


NAVIGATING INDISTAR TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT YOUR SYSTEM AND SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT ACTION PLAN
PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) | Recorded Presentation (MP4)
Presenters: Paul Wieneke, Logan Endres, Sue Cohn, and Travis Campbell, Office of Student and School Success
Intended Audience: Identified Priority, Focus, SIG, and RAD School Teams
Learning Targets – Participants collaboratively build and demonstrate understanding of:

  • Indistar® and its many features (e.g., Document Upload, Docs & Links, Snapshot, Navigation Toolbar)
  • 17 "School-Level Expected Indicators"
  • Indistar® Action-Planning Stages: Assess-Create-Monitor
  • Supports and Services (e.g., Action-Planning Handbook, Contacts)


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



THEORY OF ACTION AND MULTI-TIERED FRAMEWORK
February 2015
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (MP4)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Travis Campbell & Sue Cohn
Learning Targets – Participant will have a clear understanding of:

  • The Theory of Action and Framework describe statewide efforts to engage school and district leadership and staff in research and evidence-based practices and innovations to raise student achievement, eliminate opportunity and achievement gaps, and graduate students who are ready for career, college, and life. Both are anchored in the Vision and Mission of our agency.


THEORIES OF ACTION: WHAT ARE THEY, WHY ARE THEY IMPORTANT, AND HOW ARE THEY CREATED?
January 2015
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (MP4)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Travis Campbell, Chriss Burgess, and Sue Cohn
Learning Targets – Participants will have a clear understanding of:

  • The concept of "Theories of Action":
    • Definition
    • Why they're important
    • Examples
    • Steps to create/revise
  • Reasons Success Coaches create a Portfolio anchored in their Theory of Action.
  • Next steps and supports.


IDENTIFYING AND PRIORITIZING PROBLEMS OF PRACTICE
December 2014
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (MP4)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Travis Campbell and Sue Cohn
Intended Audience: Superintendents, Principals, Leadership Teams, Success Coaches, and Educational Service District Leaders
Learning Targets – Participants will have a clear understanding of:

  • The concept of "Problem of Practice."
  • The relationship between steps of Assess Need for Change and Identify Problems of Practice.
  • Protocols and tools teams can use to identify Problems of Practice and possible causes.
  • Next steps in the action-planning process.


CRAFTING S.M.A.R.T. GOALS
September 2014
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (MP4)
Presenters: Travis Campbell, Director, K-12 Education, and Sue Cohn, School Improvement Specialist, OSPI Office of Student and School Success
Learning Targets - Participants will have clear understanding of the process for:

  • Creating S.M.A.R.T. Goals aligned with Expected Indicators
  • Using the S.M.A.R.T. Goal Rubric to ensure S.M.A.R.T. Goals identify expected impacts on student learning and educator practice, as well as the evidence that will be used to monitor progress
  • Inserting S.M.A.R.T. Goals on Indistar®

 

 

 

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