Welcome to the Analyzing Student Work to Change Teacher Practice Design Studio page!


Session Purpose/Overview

The Analyzing Student Work to Change Teacher Practice Design Studio Session will feature an overview of the proposed process that has been developed for teachers in Arts Education, Healthful Living, World Languages, and other designated areas to use for Standard 6 of the North Carolina Educator Evaluation System (NCEES). Participants will be able to access available resources, information, and materials and plan how to support their district or charter school with the ASW Process.

Session Description

This 3-hour Design Studio session will be offered twice at each 2013 Summer Institute site.

Session Objectives

By the end of the Analyzing Student Work to Change Teacher Practice Design Studio, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the proposed ASW Process for Arts Education, Healthful Living, World Languages, and other designated areas.
  • Access the resources, information, and materials available for the ASW Process.
  • Support my district or charter school in building capacity with the ASW Process.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the Analyzing Student Work to Change Teacher Practice Design Studio Session, participants will reflect on the following statements:

  • I can describe the proposed ASW process for Arts Education, Healthful Living, World Languages, and other designated areas.
  • I can access the resources, information, and materials available for the ASW Process.
  • I can plan how to support my district/charter school in building capacity with the ASW Process.




Pre-Work


The questions submitted using the Pre-work Google Form are being answered on the SI 2013 ASW Parking Lot at http://bit.ly/SI2013ASWParkingLot




Interactive Agenda
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Timeframe
Topic
Content & Activities
Links
Pre-Institute
Pre-Work
Pre-Work Assignment and Google Form
* Pre-work Screencast
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9:00-9:15 a.m.
Welcome and Overview
Welcome and Overview of Standard 6: Analysis of [[#|Student]] Work Process
  • Activity star.png5-Minute Free Write
  • Introductions
  • Web Tools
  • Comfort and Considerations
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[Note: The presentation materials used during SI2013 and the Halifax PD Institute have been updated. Please use the current materials above.]
  • Penzu or other journaling tool

Objectives & Pre-Work Review
  • Objectives
    • Understand the proposed ASW Process
    • Access the the resources, information, and materials for the ASW Process
    • Support district or charter in building capacity with the ASW Process
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ASW Design Studio sessions after SI 2013 use the Reflect & Discuss activity, which was updated in September 2013:

Agenda
  1. Understanding the History and Rationale for the ASW Process
  2. Planning NextSteps
  3. Conceptualizing Student Growth
  4. Getting Started with an ASW Submission Form
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IHE Agenda
9:15-9:30 a.m.
1. History and Rationale
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  • Section Goals:
    • Explain the history and rationale for the ASW Process.
    • Describe the purpose of the Spring 2013 ASW Pilot.
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Activity star.pngSocrative: History & Rationale Targeted Questions
  1. What parts of the history and rationale need to be emphasized in [[#|training]]?
  2. Why? (Please explain why you chose your answer in the previous question)
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Targeted questions and feedback were gathered via a Socrative teacher account and then compiled. For more information about Socrative as an online tool for audience responses in the classroom, go to
http://www.socrative.com/.


ASW Design Studio sessions after SI 2013 use the Reflect & Discuss activity, which was updated in September 2013:

9:30-10:00 a.m.
2. Planning Next Steps
Planning Next Steps

15 minute break incorporated
(Participants can return to session room with refreshments)

Section Goals:
  • Describe the proposed ASW Process.
  • Explain the 2013-2014 ASW Timeline.

10:00-11:00 a.m.
3. Conceptualizing Student Growth
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Section Goals:
  • Choose an objective for a Timelapse Artifact
  • Describe how to capture student growth using student work samples
  • Explain how student growth is illustrated in relationship to the objective
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Activity star.pngTimelapse Artifact Activity

If you would like to access content standards from the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, please use the links below.
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Timelapse Artifact Activity Handout

Blackline Master of Timelapse Artifact Activity


Activity star.pngSocrative: Training to Help Teachers Targeted Questions
  1. What should DPI include in training to help teachers identify and choose a single objective?
  2. What should DPI include in training to help teachers tie their Timelapse Artifact to the objective?
  3. What should DPI include in training to help teachers explain how student growth is illustrated in relationship to the objective?
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Targeted questions and feedback were gathered via a Socrative teacher account and then compiled. For more information about Socrative as an online tool for audience responses in the classroom, go to
http://www.socrative.com/.


ASW Design Studio sessions after SI 2013 use the Reflect & Discuss activity, which was updated in September 2013:

11:00-12:00 a.m.
4. Getting Started
Getting Started with an ASW Submission Form
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Section Goals:
  • Explain how to use the ASW Submission Form to plan an Evidence Collection
  • Link the ASW Submisssion Form to Timelapse Artifacts for an Evidence Collection
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  • ASW Submission Form Part A: Teaching Context
  • ASW Submission Form Part B: The Matrix
ASW Submission Form (Blank)
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ASW Submission Form Filled in Example (World Languages) - Updated September 2013
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Activity star.pngSocrative: Submission & Process Targeted Feedback

1. The ASW Submission Form is a good tool to plan an Evidence Collection.
2. The proposed ASW process is an authentic Measure of Student Learning for performance-based teaching situations (AE,HL,WL).
3. The proposed ASW process is an authentic Measure of Student Learning for service-based teaching situations (AIG,EC,ESL).
4. How can DPI help teachers prepare to implement the ASW process?
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Targeted questions and feedback were gathered via a Socrative teacher account and then compiled. For more information about Socrative as an online tool for audience responses in the classroom, go to
http://www.socrative.com/.


ASW Design Studio sessions after SI 2013 use the Reflect & Discuss activity, which was updated in September 2013:


SI 2013 Reflection
Activity star.pngReflection: What are the big ideas/resources that everyone in my district/charter needs to know?
  • Discuss
  • Complete reflection question
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Reflection Question Google Form

Plus/Delta
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  • What worked well during this session?
  • What suggestions do you have to improve this session?
  • If you are interested in finding out more about the ASW 2013-14 pilot, please provide your name, district or charter school, and email address.
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Plus/Delta feedback was gathered via a Socrative teacher account and then compiled. For more information about Socrative as an online tool for audience responses in the classroom, go to
http://www.socrative.com/.
“The digital tools used during the course of this training have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing digital environment, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these tools are the exclusive digital tools for the purposes outlined during the training.”