New, Emergent & Experienced Educator Support Initiatives

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New, Emergent & Experienced EducatorSupport InitiativesKeeping Good TeachersR EG I ON ON E E DU CAT ION S E RVICE CE N TERI N STRUC TIONA L L EA DE RSHI P N E T WOR KS E PTEMBER 2 8 , 2 0 1 7

Today’s Agenda Recognizing external challenges that impact teaching, learning andpositive student outcomes. Utilize research and best practice to support and retain effectiveeducators. Consider differentiated support for new, emergent, andexperienced educators. 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Making the Grade2018- 2019 State Accountability OutcomesA - DistrictB - DistrictC - DistrictD - DistrictF - District 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Drop out Recovery & PreventionTable DiscussionWhy do students leave school?District and Campus Response123456 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

ExperienceTurnover 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTERRegion One Districts & Charter Systems Staff Data0Excellence in LeadershipMid Valley AcademyGateway AcademySanta Maria ISDLa Villa ISDHorizon Monterssori Public San Perlita ISDIDEA Public SchoolsMonte Alto ISDSanta Rosa ISDProgreso ISDRaymondville ISDSan Benito CISDEdcouch Elsa ISDMcAllen ISDJim Hogg County ISDPoint Isabel ISDVanguard AcademyMercedes ISDLyford CISDLasara ISDValley View ISDMission CISDRio Hondo ISDZapata County ISDRoma ISDHidalgo ISD40PSJA ISD50Donna ISDSharyland ISDHarlingen CISDSouth Texas ISDLa Feria ISDRio Grande City CISDLa Joya ISDLos Fresnos CISDLaredo ISDEdinburg CISDWeslaco ISDUnited ISDBrownsville ISDWebb CISDSan Isidro ISD2016 Texas Academic Performance ReportRegion One Teacher Turnover60Effective or Ineffective?302010

Right Team Right Tools Right TimeMaricopa County Schools Service Agency (2017)Retaining Talent Accelerating Equity Expanding Leadership Extending & Rewarding Excellence 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Strategic Approach to Support TalentRight People, Right Tools & Right Time 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Research & Literature Review 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Individual Teacher QualityMisplaced FocusStudents do very well because they have a series of very goodteachers – not by chance, but by design. In other words, youhave to transform the entire profession not just the bottom20% and the top 20%, but the whole 100%. There is no gettingaround that hard fact! And continuously improving the 100% isindeed what the top-performing countries do. Their studentsexperience high-quality teachers year after year.Fullan, M. & Hargreaves, A. (2012) 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Transforming TeachingEvery Teacher gEffectiveHighly EffectiveHighly pingDevelopingIneffectiveHighly hly Effective Highly EffectiveHighly Effective Highly EffectiveEffectiveEffectiveDevelopingEffective Students do very well because they have a series of very goodteachers- not by chance, but by design.Fullan, & Hargreaves, (2012) 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Are all Teachers Highly Effective? 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Data TriangulationTeacher EffectivenessEffectivenessRatingSTRATEGIC APPROACH TO SUPPORT EDUCATORSEducatorYears ofExperienceStudentPerformanceEvaluationRatingType ofTeacherSupportNew, Emergent,ExperiencedNumber ofYears ofExperienceStudentAchievement& GrowthTeacher ATeacher BTeacher C 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Dysfunctional Teacher RetentionHighly Effective Teacher TurnoverEquityNegative Effectsof Unhealthy TurnoverSupplyPerformanceTeacherRetentionFinster, M. (2015) 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER Financial costs Loss of teacher productivity Disparity in instructionalquality Staffing shortages in highneed fields

Average Teacher Effectiveness Improvement LevelsTeacher-Focused Intensive Talent DevelopmentTeacher-Focused Intensive Talent Development Aligned Systems of SupportThe New Teacher Project, 2016 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Differentiated Support for TeachersStrategic Approach to Educator EffectivenessHighly Effective Teachers Have a deep understanding of content knowledge Know how students learn Demonstrate teaching skills Create positive learning environments Use a variety of assessment strategies Demonstrate and integrate of technology Collaborate with internal and external partners Reflect on teacher practice to improve learning Pursue professional growth in pedagogy and content Instill a passion for learningNew earningOpportunitiesfor ContinuousGrowthTucker, G. (2015) 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Effective Educator Support InitiativesCenter for Excellence in Teaching & Learning Intervention Supports Behavioral Supports Strategy Shared Vision Learning Designs Environment Rigorous Content Evidence-BasedPedagogy Formative AssessmentStudentTeacherSystemLeader Culture of Success Turn-AroundCompetencies Monitoring for Learning 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTERTeacher(s)

Strategic Approach to Tiered SupportHighly Effective EducatorsNew TeacherSupport AcademyEmergent TeacherSupport AcademyRight PeopleExperienced TeacherSupport AcademyRight Tools 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTERLearning DesignsAcademyRight Time

Creating A Learning OrganizationContinuum of CollaborationProfessional Learning CommunitiesInstructionalCoachingTeacher LedConferenceIndividual Learning & ReflectionCollaborativeAnalysis ofStudent WorkAssessment asProfessionalLearningCollaborative Learning & Reflection 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTERLesson Study

ResourcesAmerican Institute for Research. (2015). We have equitable access plan – Now What? Center on Great Teachers & Leaders.Washington, DC.Catrell, S. & Kane, T. J. (2009). Ensuring Fair and Reliable Measures of Effective Teaching: Culminating Findings from the METProject’s Three year Study.The New Teacher Project (2014). Fast Start: Training better teachers faster with focus, practice and feedback. New York, NY:TNTP.Finster, M. (2015). Diagnosing causes of teacher retention, mobility and turnover and matching to interventions: Guidelines for TIF grantees.Retrieved from https://www.tifcommunity.orgFinster, M. (2015). Identifying, monitoring, and benchmarking teacher retention and turnover: Guidelines for TIF grantees. Retrieved fromhttp://www.tifcommunity.orgHargreaves, A. & Fullan, M. (2012). Professional Capital: Transforming Teaching in Every School. New York, NY: TeachersCollege Press.Sanders, W. & Rivers, J. C. (2012). Teacher Quality and Equity in Educational Opportunity Findings and Policy Implications.The New Teacher Project. (July 2012). The Irreplaceables: Understanding the Real Retention Crisis in America’s Urban Schools. New York, NY:TNTPThe New Teacher Project. (2015 . The Mirage: confronting the hard truth about our quest for teacher development. New York, NY: TNTP.Wolfson, M., & Robinson, V. (2017). Beyond compensation. www.tifcommunity.org 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

Division of Instructional, School Improvement &College Readiness SupportOffice of Curriculum, Instruction, and AssessmentContactsDr. Eduardo Cancino, Deputy Directorecancino@esc1.net956 984-6021Mike Chuca, Directormchuca@esc1.net956 984-6197Dr, Socorro Espinoza, Directorsespinoza@esc1.net956 984-Kelly K. VanHee, Administratorkkvanhee@esc1.net956 984-6151Liana Martinez, Specialistlmartinez@esc1.net956 984-6154Lucio Mendoza, Coordinatorlmendoza@esc1.net956 984-Eunice Garza, Coordinatoregarza@esc1.net956 984-6192Ramon Guzman, Coordinatorrguzman@esc1.net956 984-6114Margaret Raleigh, Specialistmraleigh@esc1.net956 984-6236Karina Zuno-Chapa, Directorkchapa@esc1.net956 984-6246 2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER

2017, REGION ONE EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER 2016 Texas Academic Performance Report Region One Teacher Turnover 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 ISD ISD ISD ISD ISD ISD ISD ISD ISD y CISD ISD ISD ISD ISD ISD D ISD ISD ISD ISD ISD D ISD ISD ISD my ISD ISD D ISD D ISD D ISD ISD ols ISD

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