National Board Professional Development Schools

National Board Professional Development Schools

National Board Professional Development Schools 1 NATIONAL BOARD RESOURCE CENTER AT ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY OCTOBER 13,2017 PRESENTERS: DEBBIE KASPERSKI, DIRECTOR DR. ANNA QUINZIO-ZAFRAN, NBCT LORI ABBOTT, NBCT FUNDED BY: Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Welcome and Introductions 2

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. INTRODUCTIONS School Cohorts Administrators Teacher Liaisons NBCT Facilitators Linda Johnson-McClinton Kristin Mathews Katherine Polk, NBCT

Vincent Payne Kathleen Albertino Christine Pulgar, NBCT North Chicago SD #187 Kathleen Kelly Colgan Suzanne Bauman Valerie Pientka, NBCT Springfield SD #186 Kathy Hulcher Katrina Westfall

Nickie Harris, NBCT Waukegan SD #60 Amanda Patti Tom Bozik Leigh Sapp, NBCT Elementary SD #59 Matteson Cohort #1 Elementary SD #59 Matteson Cohort #2 4

AGEND A Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Why Are We Here? (OUTCOMES) Understand your partnership with the National Board Resource Center (NBRC) Gain an understanding of NBPTS Outline Ethical Guidelines for the PD program Clarify the PD Team roles & responsibilities Establish the foundation of the PD program (How will you manage and sustain your cohort?) Identify how the NB cohort will impact your students, school and district

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 5 How Did We Get Here? Engaging School Teams Administrator leadership and commitment Motivated teachers and/or counselors Shared commonality that will have a positive impact on the school/district Pre-registering cohorts commitment District Financial commitment Applying for the Illinois NB $1,900 Candidate Fee 6

Subsidy Apply to NBPTS and pay the $75 registration fee (per Copyright year) 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Handouts ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC COPIES HTTP://NBRC.ILLINOISSTATE.EDU/ Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 7 Illinois Support System for National Board

Candidates 8 SUPPORT FOR ALL CANDIDATES NATIONAL BOARD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL COHORTS Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Illinois NB Support System 9 National Board Professional Development Schools

Face-to-Face Candidate Cohort Facilitators (CCFs) Online/Virtual Candidate Cohort Facilitators (CCFs) CCF Leaders Local Coordinators NBPTS Network Readers Leadership Team Design Team Online workshops Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved.

Illinois NB Support System 10 ISBE- funded $1900 subsidy for candidates 12 two-hour Cohort Sessions over a school year Cohorts consist of at least 10 candidates Online readers offered Candidates complete Component 1 & Component 3 All cohorts are facilitated by trained NBCT facilitators Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Face-to-Face Candidate Support

11 TRADITIONAL Face to face cohorts are organized regionally throughout the state. Sessions are geographically based. Facilitated by trained NBCTs. Include teachers from many schools and districts. Different certificates are represented. Candidates focus on their own work. Readers are provided. Materials provided . 12 two hour sessions.

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Online (Virtual) Candidate Support 12 Online cohorts are organized to provide support to candidates throughout the state. Online cohort support is offered through a university platform. Facilitated by trained NBCTs. Include teachers from many schools and districts. Different certificates are represented. 12 two hour sessions. Candidates focus on their own work.

Readers are provided (FY18). Additional Support: Deferred C#2 and C#4 Retakes Renewal Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. NB Professional Development School Teams Supporting cohorts Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 13

NB Professional Development Schools 14 Consist of at least 10 teachers in the same school, district. Sessions are locally based. National Board Professional Development school cohorts are organized around a commonality in order to impact students, school, district. A specially trained NBCT facilitator, a teacher liaison and an administrator are part of the team supporting the professional development cohort with ongoing communication.

Online readers are provided. Focus on school based learning by completing NB components & includes conversation, reflection to prepare for the teacher evaluation. NB Facilitators meet monthly online as a leadership community to plan sessions and problem solve. Team Training & Materials are provided for 12 two hour sessions.

Three year support for year one and year two cohorts (funding availability). FY17 new cohorts will pay a fee for the NB professional development support. Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS 15 ISBE COMMITMENT $1,900 per teacher Est. $1,900 x 10 teachers =$19,000

SCHOOL/ DISTRICT COMMITMENT PD cohort member10% of the District Instructional Spending per Student. NBRC COMMITMENT Match district funds ATLAS-valued at $3,000 for two years TEACHER COMMITMENT

$75 per teacher National Board Information 16 NATIONAL BOARD VISION WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT NB? NATIONAL BOARD COMPONENTS 5 CORE PROPOSITIONS ARCHITECTURE OF ACCOMPLISHED TEACHING Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Shifts with National Board 17

Make accomplished teaching more visible Make Board certification more accessible and relevant Increase NBCT leadership opportunities and impact Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved.

Build a Pipeline to Accomplished Teaching and Board certification through National Board Professional Development Schools 18 Make Board certification more accessible and relevant Great teaching must be the norm, not the exception Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. National Board Online Resources 19 LINK FOR CANDIDATES & FACILITATORS

WWW.BOARDCERTIFIEDTEACHERS.ORG CERTIFICATE AREAS COMPONENT INSTRUCTIONS CERTIFICATE SPECIFIC STANDARDS LINK FOR FACILITATORS WWW.BOARDCERTIFIEDTEACHERS.ORG/RESOURCES POWER POINT WITH NEW INFORMATION RECRUITMENT VIDEOS AND DOCUMENTS CANDIDATE INFORMATION POLICIES Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. NATIONAL BOARD TEACHER CERTIFICATION The National Board Process Includes Four Components

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 20 NB Professional Development Schools What will your journey look like? 2017-18 2018-19 C3: Teaching Practice and Learning Environment C2: Differentiation

in Instruction C1: Content Knowledge C4: Effective and Reflective Practitioner Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 21 Component 3: Teaching Practice & Learning Environment 22 Teachers/counselors will:

Describe, analyze & reflect on videos of teaching/counseling practice, succinctly explaining the evidence supporting instructional decisions Describe students abilities & set learning goals, giving rationale for instructional decisions Focus on using knowledge of individual students to promote engagement and a positive learning environment Reflect on lessons to set new learning goals to impact student growth and achievement Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Component 1: Content Knowledge 23 Teachers/Counselors will: Demonstrate knowledge of pedagogical practices for teaching in a specific content area or for counseling

Demonstrate knowledge of developmentally appropriate content necessary for teaching/counseling across the full age range and ability levels of the certificate area Complete constructed response exercises and selected response items Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State Using the AAT when a member of a cohort or PLC: 4a,4d,4e,4f Enhanced Architecture of Accomplished Teaching START HERE: ASSESSMENT OF

STUDENTS Who are they? Where are they now? What do they need and Domain 1 Planning & Preparation 1b Knowledge of students 1f Designing Student Assessment Set new high and worthwhile goals that are appropriate for these students at this time. Domain 1 Planning &

Preparation 1a,1b,1c,1d,1 e when do they need it? Where should I begin? Domain 1 Planning & Preparation 1a,1b,1c,1d,1e Set high, worthwhile goals appropriate for these students, at this time, in this setting Implement instruction designed to attain these goals. Domain 2 Classroom Environment - 2a, 2b,2c,2d Domain 3 Instruction 3a, 3b,3d,3e

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State Reflect on student learning, the effectiveness of instructional design, particular concerns and issues. Provide timely, meaningful feedback to students about their level of accomplishment of the targeted goals. Domain 4 4a Reflecting on Teaching Domain 3

Instructio n 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d,3e Evaluate student learning in light of the goals and the instruction. Domain 1 Planning & Preparation- 1d Domain 3 Instruction 3d 25 COHORT WORKS TOWARD A COMMON GOAL.. .IMPACT STUDENT LEARNING

Waukegan Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 26 Keys to Cohort Success 27 HOW DO WE MAKE IT ALL WORK? Cohort Culture Professional Conversations Explicit Goal Setting Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights

reserved. 28 Arc of Pebbles How does it stay together? What would happen if you removed a pebble? Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Culture of the Cohort (aka Norms) 29

Shared Goal impact students & improve practice Professional Conversations Open up practice Take Risks (growth mindset) Ask questions of each other (inquiry) Request Evidence Preparation Trust (not evaluative) Interdependence Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. INTERDEPENDENCE 30 Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved.

TRUST A Balancing Act 31 Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Losing TRUST 32 Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Building & Keeping TRUST 33 Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS 34 Cottonwood: National Board Facilitators with Lori Hickory Grove: Teacher Liaisons with Anna Evergreen: Administrators with Debbie Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 35 Review your candidate list and FY18 PD School List

make corrections Discussions about the nature of your cohort Team Activities Commonalities Connection to district goals How will cohort members impact school / district

initiatives? What is unique about these cohort members? Reflect on ways to build /maintain a cohort of 10 teachers Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 36 AGEND A Whats next? Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved.

QUICK REVIEW 37 NB Guidelines for Ethical Candidate Support Professional Development Hours (PDHs) Candidates requesting to withdraw Partnership Agreement (NB Facilitator & Candidate) Roles and Responsibilities NB Professional Development School/District Team-Planning Notes Maintenance of Certificate Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Administrator Responsibilities Communicate with Teacher Liaison, NBCT Facilitator

Connect the NBPTS cohort goals to district goals Provide resources location, copying. & Problem solve as needed Be present during the sessions as a learner, supporter & participant (minimum 1 session per semester) Monitor amount of additional work given to cohort members Ensure that all teachers attend sessions & submit the entry by May 2017 Consider the future of the cohort (lead the charge) How will the cohort look in 1 - 2 - 3 years? Inform the district about the cohort Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 38 Teacher Liaison Responsibilities Complete the Communication Update after each session Communicate at least monthly with administrator Communicate with NBCT facilitator as needed

Get feedback from candidates Help distribute materials / resources Help arrange details like location, food, copying Complete all responsibilities of the candidates Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 39 NBCT Facilitator Responsibilities Communicate with Teacher Liaison, Administrator Facilitate all sessions based upon NBRC support Get feedback from candidates Provide resources Keep group focused on goals Communicate with NBRC Address ethical issues

Emphasize that candidates own the process ( Candidates are responsible for calling 800- 22- teach or emailing NBPTS with questions) Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 40 41 Jot down (on Post-its) 3 -4 values What values are essential to build a successful

Leadershi p Team? you think are essential for an effective team Put those Post-its aside Well get back to them later in the session On e va Po lu st e p -it er !

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Venn Diagram Administrator National Board Facilitator Teacher Liaison Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights 4 2 Team Roles & Responsibilities 43

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Cohort Goal Setting 44 CREATING SCHOOL CHANGE Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 45 1. Alignment with school goals, state & district standards & assessments, & other

professional learning activities including formative teacher evaluation Characteristics 2. Focus on core content & of Highmodeling of teaching strategies Quality Professional for the content Development : 3. Inclusion of opportunities for active learning of new teaching strategies 4. Provision of opportunities for collaboration among teachers Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 5. Inclusion of embedded follow-up

The Why Behind Goal Setting 46 Abundant research and school evidence suggest that setting (common) goals may be the most significant act in the entire school improvement process, greatly increasing the odds of success. Mike Schmoker What DOES provide results for improving instruction & raising levels of achievement? A team of teachers meeting regularly and continuously- to design, test and then adjust their lessons & strategies in light of their results. Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved.

Rationale for Time Spent on Goal Setting 47 DuFour, DuFour, & Eaker (2008) wrote, One of the most pressing questions a school must consider as it attempts to build the collaborative culture of a PLC is not, Do we collaborate? but rather, What do we collaborate about? (p. 28). A lack of clarity on intended results is a barrier to growth and continuous improvement in schools. Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 48 Revisit the Impact Statement

written by your cohort Part 1: Reflect On Your Goal How has your thinking changed about the goal? How does this goal become integrated into the cohort sessions during the year? Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Impact Statement

49 Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Copyright 2016 National Board Resource 50Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 51 Consider student needs in your school/district Part 2: Share individual thoughts

with team members Revise Your Goal Collaboratively craft a cohort goal that positively impacts teaching and learning and is directly connected to the candidates work with students Step One (5 minutes) 52 After revisiting the Impact Statement, individually and

silently, write down your thoughts about student needs in your school/district. Step Two (Nine Minutes, Total) 53 - In three, 3-minute rounds (one minute to present, two minutes for questions), each member of the team will present to the team what s/he has written. - Once his/her thoughts have been presented, the other two team members may ask clarifying questions of the presenter. Step Three (15 minutes) 54

Keeping in mind each team members perceptions of student needs, as a team, craft a goal for the cohort. Step Four (10 minutes) 55 Revisit and reflect on the goal and ask these questions: Has each members input been honored? Is the goal achievable by the cohort? Will the goal have impact on student learning? Does the goal directly connect to teachers classroom work? Is the goal measurable? If so, what evidence is needed?

Step Five 56 Write the agreed upon goal on a poster, and present the goal to the other teams, providing your rationale, along with how you expect it to impact students and connect to teachers classroom work (what they know and are able to do). Goal(s): Directly connect cohort work with impact on students in

the school Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State 57 Cohort members reflect on the session together Any cohort member can take notes for the group

Teacher Liaison uses this form to share whats happening in the cohort with the administrator Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State 58 Be Sure to Reflect on: Students Teaching

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 59 60 Team Planning 61 LOGISTICAL PLANNING PROBLEM SOLVING QUESTIONS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING CONTRACTS SCENARIOS

Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Team Planning 62 Clarify roles & responsibilities for each member of your team Develop a skeleton timeline for your cohort Outline how you will communicate with one another, determine how candidates will communicate with each of you as needed Determine how you will manage resources & logistics Determine how you will share the responsibility of having all participants sign the Memorandum of

Understanding by the end of October Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Logistics Creating the Climate Stabilizing & Developing Capacity Sustaining Change Cohort may consist of teachers/counselors from multiple schools in a district Cohort teachers/counselors have commonalities. Examples: elementary, all

high school, like subject but may be from several different schools Cohort teachers/counselors are all from the same school, resulting in a change in the school culture NBCT facilitator may come from outside the school district NBCT facilitator is selected from NBCTs in the district or school NBCT facilitator is a teacher/counselor in the school where the cohort meets & works with the cohort over multiple years Administrator or other team member is

trying to find teachers/counselors to become candidates (participants in the cohort) Administrator, Teacher Liaison maintain a waiting list for the cohort actively talking with potential candidates throughout the school year Personalized school cohort for the future planning ahead for those who completed National Board & for those beginning the process Administrator is assigned to the cohort rather than initiating the cohort or administrator changes frequently Administrator protects the cohort time to

prevent other district requirements from interference with the PD sessions, helps provide location, resources for sessions, attends cohort sessions at least twice yearly Administrator understands their role & projects into the future to plan for the cohort awareness meetings, waiting list for cohort, regular updates to other staff members about the cohort & its impact on school/district Administrator oversees multiple cohorts Administrator supports one cohort Administrator and cohort are school

based Team members and teachers/counselors are learning their roles & responsibilities in starting a cohort Team members understand their roles and Team members reflect on ways to begin to adjust responsibilities according to increase the efficiency of logistical the needs of the cohort details for the cohort in advance, planning for multiple years Team may need prompting to complete PD application packet is completed through PD application packet is complete application packet for PD cohort; one team work including all new participants without prompting, all materials person may complete all forms

(candidates) submitted on time Cohort sessions are scheduled Cohort sessions are scheduled during the Options for scheduling of PD sessions throughout the school year, but may year to coordinate with existing district may include after school, during school Copyright 2016 National Center at Illinois State University. All Rights not coordinate with district PD Board Resource scheduling on release days or district PD

63 days Reserved. scheduling Scenario 1 64 A couple of candidates routinely arrive late to cohort sessions and because they have missed information, ask questions that have already been addressed. The NB facilitator feels obligated to answer their questions (so she does), which makes the rest of the candidates frustrated since they feel their time is being wasted. How should this be addressed? Who is primarily responsible for addressing this? How will the other members of the team support

him/her? Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Scenario 2 65 A candidate emails the NB facilitator indicating that she wants to withdraw from National Board candidacy due to personal reasons. The NB facilitator forwards the email to the Administrator and he responds by saying that he cant make her continue so if she wants to withdraw, there is nothing he can do. The NB facilitator knows that the candidate has completed at least part of a Component, and feels that she should re-consider withdrawing. How should this be addressed?

Who is primarily responsible for addressing this? How will the other members of the team support him/her? Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Scenario 3 66 Despite repeated requests by the NB facilitator for candidates to bring in a video to share, some candidates still have not done this. When she asks them why they dont have a video, they claim that they didnt have time, they are still working out the logistics of taping or the lesson they want to video is part of a future unit. The NB facilitator is concerned that these candidates are procrastinating and are going to fall behind in the process. It is also affecting her ability to

plan for sessions. How should this be addressed? Who is primarily responsible for addressing this? How will the other members of the team support him/her? Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. 67 Team reviews the cohort meeting dates Importan t Dates to Add to

Your Calendar : Team determines dates when the administrator will attend the cohort sessions Team attends the National Board PD School Symposium June 7, 2018 Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved. Questions? Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All

rights reserved. 68 69 We need your input! 70 EVALUATION ISBE FORMS (PD HOURS) RECYCLE NAME TAGS Copyright 2016 National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University. All rights reserved.

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