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WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE- AND CAREER-READY STANDARDS IMPLEMENTATION TRANSFORMING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING SYSTEMS FOR REFORM: COMMON CORE AND MORE DISTRICT NETWORK PROJECT (WA-TPL) A GATES FOUNDATION-FUNDED OPPORTUNITY FOR WA SCHOOL DISTRICTS OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR District Informational Webinars January 14, 2015 1:30 to 2:30 January 29, 2015 10:00 to 11:00 Slide 2 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR WEBINAR PRESENTERS Daniel J. Bissonnette, Ed.D., Project Manager Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dan.Bissonnette@k12.wa.usDan.Bissonnette@k12.wa.us Ellen Hopkins, Project Coordinator Learning Forward Washington, learningforwardwahopkins@gmail.comlearningforwardwahopkins@gmail.com Slide 3 AGENDA 1.Welcome and Introductions a.Learning Targets 2.Overview of WA-TPL project a.History b.Vision & Goals c.Levels of participation and support (Lab/Critical Friend) 3.Request For Proposal (RFP) through iGrants 4.Question & Answer 5.Close OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR Slide 4 LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR TODAY 1.District participants will gain a.a deeper understanding of WA-TPL project concepts b.the project scope necessary to determine district interest in WA-TPL participation c.the knowledge necessary to complete Form Package 717 in iGrants Slide 5 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR WA-TPL CORE LEADERSHIP OSPI Team: Jessica Vavrus, Assistant Superintendent, Teaching & Learning, OSPI Dan Bissonnette, Project Manager, WA-TPL, OSPI WA-TPL Design/Leadership Team Learning Forward Washington Ellen Hopkins, LFWA Project Coordinator AESD Network Assistant Superintendents for Teaching & Learning and representatives Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Edie Harding, Project Officer Slide 6 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR DESIGN/LEADERSHIP TEAM OSPI partners Assistant Superintendent, T&L Assistant Superintendent, Assessment Director, ELA Director, Mathematics Director, Science Director, Education Technology Director, K12 School Improvement Director, Title IIA Director, BEST; Manager, TPEP/NBCT Communications Information Technology Technical Standards Statewide partners Association of Washington Principals Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession Learning Forward Washington Northwest ESD 189 Olympic ESD 114 Puget Sound ESD 121 State Board for Community & Technical Colleges Washington Association of School Administrators Washington Education Association Washington STEM Washington Student Achievement Council Slide 7 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR Slide 8 WA-TPL VISION The project will focus on enhancing critical state and regional-level infrastructures and capacity for sustained, results-driven, standards-based statewide and regional professional learning so School district and building leaders have the knowledge and skills to create the conditions necessary for every educator within their districts to increase their instructional capacity to make the instructional shifts that new Career- and College-Ready learning standards entail. Slide 9 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR THEORY OF ACTION IF OSPI, in partnership with ESDs, professional associations, and education agencies, develops the capacity of education leaders at all levels to establish the conditions, resources, and supports for educator effectiveness grounded in student and educator standards, AND IF districts establish conditions, resources, and supports for educator effectiveness grounded in student and educator standards, AND IF every educator engages in and applies standards-based, job-embedded, continuous professional learning that includes district, school, and classroom support for implementation grounded in student and educator standards, AND IF, as a result of professional learning, every educator changes their knowledge, skills, and disposition, and applies what they have learned in the classroom, THEN, every student in Washington will achieve career and college-readiness in English language arts, mathematics, and science Slide 10 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR THEORY OF ACTION SIMPLIFIED 1. Standards-based professional learning 2. Changes in educator knowledge, skills, and dispositions 4. Changes in student results 3. Changes in educator practice Slide 11 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR THE BASICS 3 project years (November 2013 November 2016) $2.4M Approx. 33 district grants 9+ Lab districts (est. 1 per ESD region) ~24 Critical Friends (est. 2-3 per ESD region) Anticipated Phase 2 district selection March 2015 Funding via iGrant agreements Slide 12 THE BASICS (PHASE 2) OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR FundingLab DistrictsCritical Friend Districts Year 1 (Project Year 2) $7,500$5,000 Year 2 (Project Year 3) $15,000$10,000 Slide 13 Phase 1: 18 districts were identified, 9 lab districts and 9 critical friends Camas, Granite Falls, Highline, Medical Lake, North Kitsap, Prosser, Seattle, Sunnyside, Wenatchee Brewster, Colfax, Eatonville, Mary Walker (consortium), Riverview, Sedro- Woolley, Stanwood-Camano, Steilacoom, Woodland Phase 2: 15 districts will be added across the state with a priority focus on regional gaps OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR WA-TPL DISTRICT PARTICIPATION Slide 14 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR WA-TPL PARTICIPANTS BY ESD REGION Slide 15 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR PRIMARY PROJECT FOCUS To enhance critical state and regional-level infrastructures and capacity School district and building leaders will have knowledge and skills to create conditions necessary for every educator within their districts to increase their instructional capacity to make the instructional shifts that new Career- and College-Ready learning standards entail Sustained, results-driven, standards-based statewide and regional professional learning Slide 16 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR STANDARDS FOR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING 1.Learning Communities 2.Leadership 3.Resources 4.Data 5.Learning Designs 6.Implementation 7.Outcomes Slide 17 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR LAB DISTRICTS The project will fund 9+ laboratory districts To serve as part of the AESD network as regional learning laboratories for critical friend and other districts wishing to create similar comprehensive professional learning systems. Lab Districts will receive coordinated support from OSPI, LFWA, and the ESDs guided by comprehensive professional learning plans developed and revisited throughout the project period. Will develop and implement a vision for professional learning for full and deep implementation of CCSS, and a sustainable system and plan based in professional learning standards Slide 18 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR LAB DISTRICT DELIVERABLES All district core team members will attend 2x/year 2-day meetings Administration of Standards Assessment Inventory 2 (SAI2) Districts/buildings will commit to align professional learning practices to professional learning standards Core team members will attend monthly virtual or in-person regional professional learning sessions Slide 19 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR CRITICAL FRIEND DISTRICTS The project will fund ~24 critical friend districts To serve as part of the AESD network as regional learning laboratories for critical friend and other districts wishing to create similar comprehensive professional learning systems. Will receive project funding and engage in professional learning opportunities, and will be invited to participate in Lab District workgroup meetings and task forces Implement processes, products, resources and tools within the Critical Friend District, as appropriate, and provide feedback Slide 20 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR CRITICAL FRIEND DISTRICT DELIVERABLES Core team members will attend 2x/year 2-day meetings Core team members will attend monthly virtual or in-person regional professional learning sessions Administration of Standards Assessment Inventory 2 (SAI2) Slide 21 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR CRITICAL FRIEND DISTRICT EXPECTATIONS Participate in all regional Lab District meetings (face-to-face and electronic) and debriefing meetings following each meeting Contribute expertise, feedback, guidance, advice, and experience to Lab District Serve as Critical Friend to professional learning vision, plan, policy revision, and resource development Select and implement appropriate resources within own district and provide evidence and feedback on us Review resources and suggest improvements Slide 22 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR Laboratory District Laboratory District Critical Friend District OSPI AESD LEARNING FORWARD WA LABORATORY/CRITICAL FRIENDS RELATIONSHIP STATE/REGIONAL/COACHING SUPPORT Slide 23 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING WA-TPL districts will participate in three types of face-to-face and virtual professional learning opportunities that will foster cohesive, sustained, and shared learning with their peers across the state. Statewide Professional Learning Regional and Local Professional Learning Collaborations within and across districts Slide 24 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR STATEWIDE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Professional learning events 2x/year of teams developed through state-level coordination among the myriad of statewide CCSS implementation partners and funded projects Slide 25 OSPI TEACHING & LEARNING, LFWA; WA-TPL FP 717 WEBINAR REGIONAL AND LOCAL PROFESSIONAL LEARNIN

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