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Module 7A for Elementary Teachers. Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy: Focus on Assessment and Data Use. Professional Development Session Alignment Set 1. Data Use. Governing Board. Data Use. ELA Math. School Leaders. Module 3 PARCC. Data Use. ELA. Math. Teachers. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Module 7A for Elementary TeachersFlorida Standards for ELA & Literacy: Focus on Assessment and Data UseNote: Before the session, place labels on tables for Grades K-1, 2-3, and 4-5. As participants arrive, ask them to sit at the table for the grade they teach.

Provide welcome to everyone. Give participants an overview of the facility and where the restrooms are located. Check to make sure participants are at their grade level table. Allow no more than 15 minutes for the introductory slides, #1-8 including 3-4 minutes for the pre-assessment, slide 9.

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2Professional Development Session AlignmentSet 1Governing BoardSchool LeadersModule 3PARCCModule 6 Florida Standards MathModule 7 ELA & Data UseTeachersMathLeadership TeamsSession 2Session1ELAData UseData UseELA MathData Use3This slide allows participants to see how the professional development fits together over the next year and a half. Point out how the sessions on data and Florida Standards will provide teacher leaders, school administrators, and governing board members with many opportunities to deepen their understanding of the Florida Standards and provide strategies to ensure that participants see the connection between data use and the new standards and assessments that are being implemented.

3Professional Development Session AlignmentSet 2Governing BoardSchool LeadersModule 5 Florida Standards ELAModule 6 Florida Standards MathModule 7 ELA & Data UseModule 8 Math & Data UseTeachersMathLeadership TeamsSession 4Session3ELAData UseAssessmentsData AnalysisVAMFlorida StandardsData &ELAData &MathSession 5Session 64In Year 2, there will be many more opportunities for the teachers and Leadership Teams to deepen their understanding and connect data use to their implementation of the Florida Standards. The Leadership Teams will also have the ability to build capacity, devise a Florida Standards Implementation Plan, and monitor implementation through the multi-metric monitoring system. 4 Module 2FL CCRSELAModule 1 Data UseModule 3MathModule 4 Data UseModule 5 FL CCRS ELAModule 6 MathModule 7 ELA & Data UseModule 8Math & Data UseYou Are Here Module 5ELAModule 2ELA5You are here: Module 7 will concentrate on Florida Standards-aligned assessments, progress monitoring and building instructional units.

5Module 7A OutcomesUnderstand the contributions that annual summative, ongoing interim, classroom performance tasks, and formative assessments make to a comprehensive assessment framework.Incorporate principles of backward lesson design to create units that align with the Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy, essential questions, and assessments.Use the EQuIP rubric and review process to assess the quality of Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy aligned units and lessons.Use the instructional data cycle to analyze student work to make decisions regarding progress toward proficiency on the Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy and to inform instructional practice.

6Review the anticipated outcomes for the day.Public Consulting Group9/22/2014www.publicconsultinggroup.com678 Components of Full Florida Standards Implementation

This graphic shows eight components that describe what charter school educators need to consider as they move toward full Florida Standards implementation. Note the word alignment the key message of the graphic is that all of these need to be aligned with the Florida Standards in the areas of ELA, Mathematics and Content Literacy.

The four inner components are Curriculum Alignment, Instructional Materials Alignment, Instructional Practices Alignment, and Assessment Alignment. Without them, teaching and learning will NOT be Florida Standards aligned.

The four outer components are Data Use Alignment, Professional Development Alignment, Student Support Alignment and Resource, Policy and Procedures Alignment. When these are in place and aligned to the Florida Standards, they will support continuous improvement of Florida Standards teaching and learning.

All of the professional development sessions and charter school leadership team sessions are aligned with this representation of full Florida Standards implementation, as are all of the tools the charter teams will use to monitor progress toward Florida Standards implementation as part of the Multi-Metric Monitoring System.

Note: Todays session focuses primarily on assessment and data use.

7Todays AgendaWelcome and introductionsPre-assessmentPurpose and use of annual summative assessmentsInterim assessments to inform instructionLunchDesigning units of instructionClassroom performance task assessments Classroom formative assessmentsInstructional data-use cycle: Looking at student workPost-assessment8

Review the agenda noting there will be an hour break for lunch as well as a 15 minute morning break. You may want to add the importance of coming back from breaks on time to ensure enough time to complete all the work of the day. Let participants know that they have a copy of the agenda to follow the days activities and use for proof of attendance, if required by their school.

8Pre-AssessmentIntroductory Activity 9

Guide Page5This will be a short self-assessment on Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy aligned assessment, instructional units, backward lesson design, and performance tasks that is on page 5 in the Participant Guide. Participants will complete the same assessment at the end of the session. These will not be collected and are for self-reflection. Allow 3-4 minutes to complete. Public Consulting Group9/22/2014www.publicconsultinggroup.com9Sharing Lesson PlansSection 110Allow 30 minutes for Section 1. Participants will begin the module sharing their experiences implementing lessons aligned to the Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy.Public Consulting Group9/22/2014www.publicconsultinggroup.com1011Activity 1: Sharing Aligned LessonsShare Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy Aligned LessonsIn table groups of K-1, 2-3, and 4-5 teacher leaders, share your experiences developing and delivering Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy aligned lesson plans that specify:Text selectionFlorida Standards for ELA & LiteracyKey ideas and understandingsText-dependent questionsTargeted academic languageUDL technology and scaffolding support strategies for representation, expression, and engagement

What were breakthroughs, successes, challenges, and/or lessons learned?Where are you or your school in implementing aligned lessons? Use the EQuIP rubrics to assess alignment relative to the standards, instructional shifts, and scaffolding support.

Guide Pages 7-8Refer participants to page 7 of the Participant Guide for the Activity 1 directions. This was the homework from Module 5.Participants will share Florida Standards-aligned lessons that they have taught, reflecting on positive outcomes and challenges. Table members will provide feedback on the alignment of the lesson with the Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy and instructional shifts using the EQuIP Rubrics. Volunteers from each table will share their tables big ideas with others. Allow 30 minutes for this activity.

Resources in Participant Guide:Activity 1 Instructions (page 7)Lesson Planning Template (page 8)Additional Resources:EQuIP Rubrics for Grades K-2 and 3-12 (handout)K-5 Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy for reference (1 per table)

11Annual Summative AssessmentSection 212Allow 40 minutes total time for Section 2. This slide begins the first new content section of the day. This section will deepen participants understanding of annual summative assessment that aligns to the rigor of the Florida Standards. Allow 20 minutes to discuss summative assessment and 20 minutes for tables to complete Activity 2 when participants will look at and discuss sample annual summative assessment items.

Public Consulting Group9/22/2014www.publicconsultinggroup.com12How are annual summative, interim, classroom performance tasks, and classroom formative assessments changing in response to the demands of the new Florida Standards?

Essential Question of the Day13Discuss the BIG question of the day. This question should be referred to throughout the presentation.


14 Annual Summative Assessment Interim Assessments Classroom Summative Assessments Classroom Formative AssessmentA Comprehensive Assessment System Includes:AlignmentUse this slide to describe how the assessments at use in any school include things as formal as the FCAT standardized assessment or the forthcoming Florida Standards-aligned annual summative assessment and as informal as formative information gained while observing and listening to students during instruction. To be fully aligned, all of these assessments need to be connected to the Florida Standards that describe what students should know and be able to do. As you move from the top of the pyramid to the bottom, the reliability of assessments decreases because variability in administration and scoring increases. However, the content validity of the assessment can, and should, remain high as long as the assessments assess proficiency on the Florida Standards.

Public Consulting Group9/22/2014www.publicconsultinggroup.com14Assessment Systems

Summative --- Annual student performance on a defined set of standards; for accountability or to inform policy.

Interim --- Ongoing, three to four times per year to predict student performance on the annual standards-based assessment.

Classroom Performance Tasks --- End of unit, quarter, or semester summative performance tasks or tests using rubrics that align with the Florida Standards for ELA & Literacy; also used formatively to inform instruc