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Team Lead Webinar March 22, 2011 CCSSO State Consortium on Educator Effectiveness (SCEE)

Jan 16, 2016




Team Lead WebinarMarch 22, 2011CCSSOState Consortium on Educator Effectiveness (SCEE)

PresentersJanice Poda, [email protected] Circe Stumbo, Consultant, [email protected] William Bentgen, [email protected] 22Webinar AgendaWork of the State TeamsSCEE SummitState Team CompositionsGetting the Most Out of SCEETeam Lead SurveyMonthly SCEE WebinarsSCEE Collaboration SiteNext steps3Work of the State TeamsWork of the State TeamsWhat are your needs/plans for the state team? How can SCEE help? What do you want out of SCEE? What are your expectations from your colleagues in other states, each other, etc.? 5Ideas for How Teams Will Use SCEETo learn about emerging topics of national interest related to educator effectivenessTo work on specific topics, such as _______To make connections across the systemTo focus our federal advocacyTo work with a small number of other states on a particular issue6Ideas for How Teams Will Use SCEETo develop our states plan(s) to:develop a comprehensive set of policies on learning, teaching, and leadingreconsider standards for teaching and leading (esp. in the context of the Common Core, new InTASC standards, etc.)develop/refine a statewide evaluation systemEtc.7Ideas for How Teams Will Use SCEETo develop/improve in-state relationshipsTo help our state think out of the box about improving educator effectivenessTo access professional developmentWebinarsCollaboration siteSummitNetworks w/peers in other states8National Summit on Educator Effectiveness

National Summit on Educator EffectivenessOpening keynote by David E. HouleLots of state team timeTime to network with peers in other statesSome time with SCEE partners and some private time just with state teamsClosing keynote by Michael Fullan

10Summit PurposesShare info on educator effectivenessBuild internal relationships w/in state teams Build cross-state relationshipsHelp state teams to determine their vision, purpose, and priority actions Identify issues for CCSSO advocacyBuild trustOther

11Expected OutcomesAttendees will leave the Summit with:a new articulation of the future needs of studentsideas for how to transform state systems of educator effectiveness to meet those needspotential solutions to challenges in transforming educator effectiveness systems12Expected Outcomes, continuedAttendees will leave the Summit with:strengthened relationships within state teams to support individual state actionnew cross-state job-alike relationships to support collective state actionspecific plans for next steps13

14Agenda covers range of topicsProposed StrandsPreparationTeacher EvaluationSchool Leader EvaluationProfessional DevelopmentDevelopmental Continuums/Tiered LicensureSystemic Thinking and Implementation15Explain jigsaw

We ask them about the desirability of a team lead strand15Agenda covers range of topicsThemesGrounding in standardsCommon Core, InTASC, ISLLC, professional developmentData systems and feedback loopsConnections/relationships to districtsModels, casesAction steps, deep dive projects, collaboration16Summit ScheduleWashington, DCApril 27, 2:00-5:30 pmSummit orientation for SCEE team leads Preparing to get the most out of the SummitDecision points for state teams during the SummitThinking systemically, drawing the Summit threads together with/for your teams

1717Summit ScheduleWashington, DCApril 28, 8:00 am-8:30 pmWorking Sessions and MealsKeynote, author of ShiftEd, David HouleState-team timeSmall-group time with 2 other states (we need to match you with other states)Standards as a foundationBreakfast, lunch and dinner served

18We need to know what your major issues are and how far along you are in order to pair you up with other states for one of the day one sessions.18Summit ScheduleWashington, DCApril 29, 8:00 am-5:00 pmTopical Breakouts, General SessionSchool LeadershipTopical strands/Jigsaw activityGeneral session with Joe MurphyState action and deep dive planning

Breakfast and lunch provided, dinner on your own1919Summit ScheduleWashington, DCApril 30, 7:30 am-12:30 pmState Team Action Planning, Closing KeynotePrivate state team timeClosing session with Michael Fullan

Breakfast and box lunch provided, Summit adjourns at12:30 pm.

2020Summit FacilitatorsWe are working to get each state a facilitatorDo you have interests, special requests, or concerns about having a facilitator?21Summit LogisticsSome team lead sleeping rooms will be two-room suiteswe need the space for your team meetingsWe will be in touch if you are one of those states22Summit LogisticsWe cover costs for 6 participants per stateRegistration deadline is April 4!We have pre-approved team members for registrationYou must tell William if you have a replacement or is you are bringing more than 6 team members, so he can alert registration23State Team CompositionState Team CompositionsMany states are still gathering their teams of six participants eachWe need to know your team members so we can send announcements of monthly webinars, special SCEE activities, etc. 2525State Team CompositionsSummit participants who are not on the formal state team are welcome to keep participating!You can have as many people on the webinars and in the collaboration site as you choose2626State Team CompositionsWe have asked that certain participants be included on the teamYour chief state school officer or a deputy chiefA representative of your professional standards board be on the teamYour InTASC and SCEL representatives2727State Team CompositionsSome state teams are comprised of divisions across the SEAnot just learning and teaching/curriculum and instruction, but also Common Core implementationDataAssessment and accountabilityFederal programsEtc. 2828State Team CompositionsSeveral states included external stakeholders: Statewide teachers association Statewide administrator associationsStatewide school board associationPractitionersState legislatorOne state partnered with higher ed to share costs of membership & team representation2929Team Lead SurveyTeam Lead SurveyWe need to know How to match you during the SummitHow to customize SCEEWe will email the link Should take 10 minutes to completePlease complete this week31Monthly SCEE WebinarsHow to use the webinarsHow does your team use the webinars? Are the suggested state team agendas that are posted on the collaboration site helpful to you? What suggestions for improvement do you have? Should we keep posting these sample agendas? 33How to improve the webinarsWebinar evaluations are VERY helpful. Examples of what we have heard: Provide PPTs ahead of timeIdentify speakers better in case we log on lateSuggestions for future webinars and Summit strand topicsAny suggestions for improving the webinars?34PLEASE submit evaluations after the webinarsand encourage your team members to do the same. 34SCEE Collaboration SiteSCEE Collaboration SiteWe can run tutorials for you, your assistant, and your teamEncourage your team members and others to sign onParticipatediscussions, blogs, upload filesProbably new groups coming out of SummitWhat has be most useful for you on the collaboration site? What ideas do you have for using the site?

36Things To Do/Next stepsThings to Do/Next StepsFinalize your state representation at Summittell William if youre sending extrasRegister for Summitdeadline in 2 weeksEnsure everyone makes travel arrangements for the SummitComplete the team lead surveySubmit your team rosterPlan for the April 12 webinar38Coming Up in AprilApril 12, 2:00-3:30 pm EDTMonthly Webinar: Choosing the Right Drivers for Reform, with Michael FullanApril 19, 2:00-3:00 pm EDTTeam Lead webinarApril 27, 28, 29, and 30National Summit on Educator Effectiveness39Coming Up in MayMay 10, 2:00-3:30 pm EDTMonthly Webinar: Follow-Up with Summit Speaker(s)May 17, 2:00-3:30 pm EDTRural Affinity Group Webinar40Thank you for participating today!