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NAVIGATING INDISTAR TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT YOUR STUDENT AND SCHOOL SUCCESS ACTION PLAN
June 2015
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)


DEEP DATA DIVE (CEE)
June 2015
PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) | Recorded Presentation (MP4)
Presenters: Greg Lobdell, Center for Educational Effectiveness; Sue Cohn, OSPI Office of Student and School Success
Intended Audience: Superintendents, Principals, and Leadership Teams
Learning Targets – Participants will know how to use CEE comprehensive data packages to respond to the following questions:

  • What do our data say about Student Outcomes?
  • What do our data say about our Organizational and Educator Capacity to change those outcomes?
  • What are the next steps for my team in using these data to identify the highest leverage actions (Indistar® Expected Indicators) and develop action plans?


UNDERSTANDING YOUR ACHIEVEMENT INDEX SUMMARY REPORT FROM THE CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS (CEE)
Spring 2015
PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) | Recorded Presentation (MP4)
Presenters: Greg Lobdell, Center for Educational Effectiveness; Sue Cohn, OSPI Office of Student and School Success
Learning Targets – Participants will:

  • Deepen your understanding of the Achievement Index Summary Report
  • Build capacity to "read" the data, surface questions about the data, and identify additional data the team will use
  • Outline next steps with your school team to use these data in the action-planning process


PRIORITY AND FOCUS SCHOOLS: INCREASING CAPACITY FOR IMPROVEMENT
April 2015
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (WMV) | FAQ | User-Friendly Definitions of Methodology to Identify Priority and Focus Schools
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success - Travis Campbell, Paul Wieneke, Sue Cohn
Intended Audience: Superintendents, Principals, and Leadership Teams in newly identified Priority and Focus schools
Learning Targets – Participant will have a clear understanding of:

  • Methodology to identify and exit Priority and Focus schools, effective 2015-16
  • Supports & Services and Requirements for newly identified Priority and Focus schools
  • Overview of research-based practices, action-planning process, and online tool (Indistar) used by Priority and Focus schools
  • Timeline and next steps


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.


SBAC INTERIM ASSESSMENT SUPPORTS WEBINAR FOR IDENTIFIED SCHOOLS
February 2015
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (WMV)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Judith Mosby; Assessment Operations, Christopher Hanczrik; Student Information, Lucas Snider
Learning Targets – Participant will have a clear understanding of the following items:

  • Understand Interim Assessment Overview: access, availability, administration
  • Understand How the Interim Assessment relate to Expected Indicators
  • Understand How to Access the WCAP Portal
  • Understand How to Access the Digital Library
  • Understand How to Access the Test Information Distribution Engine (TIDE)
  • Understand How to Roster students in the Online Reporting System (ORS)
  • Understand How to View Student Data

Additional Information:


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.


UNDERSTANDING YOUR MEDIAN STUDENT GROWTH ANALYSIS REPORT FROM CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS (CEE)
December 2014
PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) | Recorded Presentation (MP4)
Presenters: Greg Lobdell, Center for Educational Effectiveness; Sue Cohn, OSPI Office of Student and School Success
Learning Targets – Participants will:

  • Deepen your understanding of the Median Student Growth Analysis Report
  • Build capacity to "read" the data, surface questions about the data, and identify additional data the team will use
  • Outline next steps with your school team to use these data in the action-planning process


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.


UNDERSTANDING YOUR ELL PERFORMANCE REPORT
November 2014
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (MP4)
Presenters: Greg Lobdell, Center for Educational Effectiveness; Sue Cohn, OSPI Office of Student and School Success
Learning Targets – Participants will:

  • Deepen your understanding of the three components of ELL Analysis included in the report
  • Build capacity to "read" the data for each component, surface questions about the data, and identify additional data the team will use
  • Outline next steps with your school team to use these data in the action-planning process


CAREER- AND COLLEGE-READY DIPLOMA (STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION PRESENTATION)
October 2014
Presentation (PPT) | Recorded Presentation
Presenter: Linda Drake, Research Director, State Board of Education
Learning Target – Participants will deepen your understanding of College and Career-Ready Diploma requirements, challenges, benefits, and related state legislation. Note: The requirements for the College- and Career-Ready Diploma described in the presentation apply to students in the Classes of 2019 and beyond.


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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Archived Webinars


+ Integrating ESEA-AYP School Improvement Plans in Indistar

January 2015
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (WMV) (MP4)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Travis Campbell & Paul Wieneke; Title I Division, Nate Marciochi and Larry Fazzari
Learning Targets – Participant will have a clear understanding of the:

  • Connection to the required OSSS School-Level Action Plan for Identify Priority and Focus Schools
  • Required Integration of OSSS Action Plan and ESEA-AYP School Improvement Plan Components
  • Timeline and requirements
  • OSPI Services and Supports through OSSS and Title I, Part A, Divisions

Additional Information:

+ Integrating District ESEA-AYP District Improvement Plans in Indistar

December 2014
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (WMV)
Presenters: Office of Student and School Success, Travis Campbell & Paul Wieneke; Title I Division, Nate Marciochi and Larry Fazzari
Learning Targets – Participant will have a clear understanding of the:

  • Purpose of ESEA-AYP District Improvement Plan integration and who it impacts
  • Connection to the required OSSS District-Level Action Plan for Identify Priority and Focus Schools
  • Required Integration of OSSS Action Plan and Title I District Level ESEA-AYP components
  • Timeline and requirements
  • OSPI Services and Supports through OSSS and Title I

Additional Information:

+ Teacher and Principal Leadership Symposium 2014

October 8-10, 2014 at the Hilton Conference Center in SeaTac, WA

  • The Teacher & Principal Leadership Symposium is an opportunity for teachers and principals to help transform school culture and impact student learning by strengthening leadership skills. The 3-day Symposium will empower attendees to positively impact their colleagues' teaching practice and grow collective ownership for student learning across the building. If you have any questions please contact Cori Leach at cori.leach@k12.wa.us or 360-725-6108.

+ Indistar Action-Planning Tool Orientation for the Washington State Board of Education

June 11, 2014

Topic: Indistar Action-Planning Tool Orientation for the Washington State Board of Education

Presenters: Andy Kelly, Travis Campbell, Nate Marciochi - Office of Student and School Success

+ SIG Cohort III Webinar

February 2014

Topic: SIG Cohort III informational webinar to explain the SIG application process and to clarify requirements - Thurs. Feb. 27th, 2014
Presenters: Andy Kelly, Assistant Superintendent; Tisha Hansen, Resource Program Specialist - OSPI Office of Student and School Success

 

+ Co-Teaching Practices: Enhancing Instruction for all Students

February 2014

Topic: Co-Teaching Practices: Enhancing Instruction for all Students - Wed. Feb. 19th, 2014
Presenter: Dr. Deb Howard, OSPI Office of Student and School Success Instructional & Leadership Success
Learning Targets:

 

+ Best Practices in Teacher Leadership

February 2014

Topic: Best Practices in Teacher Leadership - Wed. Feb. 12th, 2014
Presenters: Katie Taylor (Deputy Director from the Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession); Rod Luke (Associate Superintendent of the Auburn School District)
Learning Targets:

 

+ Meeting Students’ Diverse Learning Needs: Understanding Best Practices for English Learners

February 2014

Topic: Meeting Students’ Diverse Learning Needs: Understanding Best Practices for English Learners
Presenters: Sarah Southard, Student and School Success Coordinator for Northwest ESD; Craig Shurick, OSPI Office of Student and School Success Focus Schools Program Manager
Learning Targets:

  • Deepen your understanding of one high-yield best practice for helping English Learners develop academic language AND learn academic content
  • Begin to develop a plan for how to use this information with teachers to understand, coordinate, and support instructional improvements in every classroom.
Success Criteria:

 

+ Requirements, Timelines, and Technical Assistance for School-Level Indistar Use

September 2013

Topic: Requirements, Timelines, and Technical Assistance for School-Level Indistar Use
Presenters: Travis Campbell, Sue Cohn, & Nate Marciochi - Office of Student and School Success
Purpose: To facilitate the following processes for schools:

 

 

 

 

 

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