Direction from the CSDE on SRBI Implementation .


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Objectives for Today. Comprehend the CSDE structures for SRBI supportUpdate on CSDE business related to SRBIDiscuss regular execution questions from the field. SRBI Organization at CSDE. Center SRBI TeamMary Anne Butler maryanne.butler@ct.govRosanne Daigneault rosanne.daigneault@ct.govMarie Salazar Glowski mariesalazar.glowsk@ct.govIris White iris.white@ct.gov.
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´╗┐Direction from the CSDE on SRBI Implementation May 14, 2010 CAPSS Assistant Superintendents\' Meeting Mary Anne Butler, Education Consultant Iris White, Education Consultant Bureau of Accountability and Improvement

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Goals for Today Understand the CSDE structures for SRBI bolster Update on CSDE business related to SRBI Discuss normal execution inquiries from the field

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SRBI Organization at CSDE Core SRBI Team Mary Anne Butler maryanne.butler@ct.gov Rosanne Daigneault rosanne.daigneault@ct.gov Marie Salazar Glowski mariesalazar.glowsk@ct.gov Iris White iris.white@ct.gov

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SRBI Organization at CSDE Policy Committee Responsible for settling on choices identified with SRBI issues under contention inside or in the field. Inward SRBI Expert Committee Responsible for correspondence among authorities about issues identified with SRBI including distributions, practices, and inquiries from the field.

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External Team SRBI State Leadership Team Responsible for the coordination of correspondence among CSDE, RESCs and SERC around SRBI related issues Responsible for the advancement and execution of a 3 year state get ready for the effective usage of the SRBI Framework statewide

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SRBI Basics Continuously enhance educating and learning on account of accomplishment for all understudies Provide understudies suitable direction/supplemental guideline when required Collaborate to settle on instructional choices Reallocate school assets Eliminate the IQ execution error recipe for LD recognizable proof

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SRBI-What it is! Confirm based practices in scholarly and behavioral areas Distinctive blend of practices that best fits every exceptional school setting and group Practices are composed at an extensive level to best influence faculty, skill, materials and assets Data driven instructional basic leadership -Neag School of Education, UConn, Michael Coyne, 2010

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SRBI-What it is Not! A program, bundle or item One size fits all Only top-down or base up A custom curriculum activity Just for learners who are battling Anything new Business of course - Neag School of Education, UConn, Michael Coyne, 2010

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Assessment Instruction SRBI Framework for School Improvement Strategic Decision-Making Data groups

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Current SRBI Work 3 Year Plan Quarterly Bulletin by means of SERC Topical SRBI papers Revised SRBI Training High School Think Tank

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SRBI Three Year Plan Strategic Goal 1: Refinement of key components and hidden standards for the execution of all preparation and specialized help. Key Goal 2: To give separated proficient advancement around SRBI. Vital Goal 3: Expand and enhance intra and between organization correspondence and consistency with respect to SRBI. Key Goal 4: Assess adequacy of our work.

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High School Think Tank Initial arranging session Survey of necessities and promising works on Planning group evaluate 4 noteworthy ranges of intrigue Design two day round table examinations with nearby and national experts (May 20/21) Next strides

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Revised SRBI Training Condensed one day Basic SRBI preparing Focus on Tier I guideline Discussion of supplemental direction by means of contextual investigations Two day Implementation Overview Interactive audit of area, school lastly classroom information Review of instructional ramifications Sharing of neighborhood ability and contextual analyses

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District SRBI Implementation Does the CSDE anticipate that regions will have a formal arrangement for the execution of SRBI? Required for augmentations No formal necessity Many models being used Affords vital usage

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Accountability for Implementation Does the CSDE have a formal responsibility plan to assess the execution of SRBI in our area? School Improvement Framework Supports endeavors to accomplish AYP

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Implementation Nuances Does the usage of SRBI look changed at the basic, center and secondary school levels? Accessibility of instruments fluctuates broadly Assessments move from aptitude based to content based as you climb the levels Practical contemplations versus specialized parameters Focus should be on enhancing Tier I at all levels

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Data Teams and SRBI Does the usage of SRBI require the foundation of an extra information group past the school and instructional information groups? Take a gander at the work of the group not its name Use conventions to guarantee a result Understand the recursive way of the work Ensure satisfactory time is accessible

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Emphasis on Core Instruction What ought to a head search for as markers of value Tier I guideline? Compelling addressing techniques Use of separated guideline procedures Student access to content through a scope of fitting writings Flexible gathering

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Comprehensive Assessment System Does the CSDE require the utilization of particular widespread screening instruments and advance checking instruments? CSDE does not embrace particular sellers or items Districts ought to stock current appraisal practices and instruments Assessment instruments will change in view of substance and grade level

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Communication What does the CSDE anticipate that schools will do particular to recurrence and sort of correspondence with guardians in regards to understudy advance in supplemental administrations? Level II and III mediations are a piece of the general instruction program Prudent practice to advise guardians of the procedure and of understudy advance Pro-dynamic correspondence empowers organization

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Shared Ownership What are the desires of exceptional instructors and general teachers in the execution of SRBI? Joint effort between general instructors and exceptional teachers is basic at all levels of direction Both uncommon instructors and general instructors may serve as interventionists Opportunity for inner expert improvement and limit building

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Interventionists How would we figure out who is the best interventionist? Recognize the need of the student(s) Evaluate staff skill in the range Consider the reallocation of time and assets

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Paraprofessionals What are some fitting parts for paraprofessionals in the SRBI structure? Help educators with screening, benchmarking and advance checking appraisals Record perception of conduct and learning techniques Enter evaluation information into an administration framework Serve as an individual from the intercession group In all parts, paraprofessionals must be under the immediate supervision of an instructor and finish specific preparing.

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Questions & Comments Mary Anne Butler maryanne.butler@ct.gov Iris White iris.white@ct.gov SRBI Website www.ct.gov/sde/SRBI

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