Spring 2014 Fidelity Support

Region 2

Spring Fidelity Support Session Description:

Fidelity Support Sessions assist local leadership teams in gauging progress with implementation plans for RttT initiatives. During the Spring 2014 Fidelity Support sessions, local teams will:

  • ­Review professional development goals established at past Summer Institutes to identify progress and establish next steps to target improved measurable student achievement.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of local professional development efforts since the Fall Fidelity Support session.
  • Identify data sources and strategies for applying student achievement results to professional development planning.
  • Plan for ongoing maintenance and future goals for local professional development after RttT.
  • Continue planning for Summer Institute presentations from regional district teams.

Save the date and register now!

Thursday, March 20th, 9am-4pm

Mad Boar Restaurant 111 River Village Place Wallace NC 28466

To register, contact Linda Lowe, Director, Southeast Education Alliance

LoweL@uncw.edu


If your team is unable to attend this session, contact your PD Leads.

What to bring

    • Laptop
    • 1 power strip per team
    • Current PD Plan
    • Any relevant data (Goal Summaries and other test results, EVAAS Data, mClass Reading 3D, mid-year benchmark data)
    • Data collection/feedback tools developed for PD evaluation

    Who to bring

    Local Teams of 5 district and charter school representatives from Summer Institutes to include district staff, principals, and teachers/teacher leaders. Team size may vary based upon LEA/Charters and/or available seats in each region.

    Agenda Topics

    Celebrate Accomplishments

    Review/Analyze/Discuss PD Plans

    Cause and Effect Data and the PD Plan

    Collegial Conversations

    Vision, Goals, Action Steps

    Summer Institute 2014

    Questions?

    Mary Keel

    mary.keel@dpi.nc.gov

    252-725-2570


    Tara Patterson

    tara.patterson@dpi.nc.gov

    252-342-1510

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