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Replication Forum October 24 th, 2013 Thank you for joining us! Slide 2 Morning Agenda Program Overview Overview of RAISE up Texas Demo Project Whole-School Reform and the RTI Connection: Don Deshler- Director, University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning Results to Date Living the Transformation - Principal and Leadership Panel How does RAISE up Texas Transform Teaching and Learning? Slide 3 WHOLE SCHOOL: All classrooms, all subjects, all teachers Building deep conceptual learning and critical thinking skills for all students students learn how to learn Integrated, individualized interventions and supports for all struggling students Replicable and sustainable at a very low cost per student Transforming Secondary Teaching and Learning Slide 4 What is RAISE up Texas ? http://youtu.be/51XTGVX3JIk Slide 5 RAISE up Texas Demonstration Project 7 Schools in 6 districts: Comprehensive middle school reform model based on University of Kansas SIM/CLC Focus on high needs students, but prove model in all types of schools for all students Whole-school reform at ~$250/student 3 year implementation launched Jan. 2011 Austin ISDBurnet and Dobie MS Hays CISDSimon MS San Marcos CISDGoodnight MS Leander ISDWiley MS Round Rock ISDHernandez MS Eanes ISDHill Country MS Slide 6 History of the Project Central TX Ed Funders came to E3 Alliance: coordinate stimulus opportunities? MOUs with 10 traditional districts, 2 charters I3: opportunity for large-scale transformation Spent 9 months analyzing problems and identifying most impactful opportunity Slide 7 Significant Evidence of School Improvement Slide 8 History of the Project Central TX Ed Funders came to E3 Alliance: coordinate stimulus opportunities? MOUs with 10 traditional districts, 2 charters I3: opportunity for large-scale transformation Spent 9 months analyzing problems and identifying most impactful opportunity $30M application to transform secondary teaching and learning using UK model Re-formed as demonstration initiative Match funders donated $2.6M; $150K to be raised to complete demonstration lost Slide 9 What Does it Looks Like? Every teacher in every classroom Common language and methods Curriculum independent Identify struggling learners & unique needs Increases rigor and critical thinking skills for all students Learn how to learn Foundation tools to be successful Integrated response to intervention Certified coaches for district & region Cost effective: $250/student, dropping Intense teacher training & coaching 100% screening of all students Instructional routines to enhance teaching & learning Strategies for struggling learners Built in sustainability Slide 10 Focus on Secondary Schools One in four students who entered high school in 2006 did not graduate in 2010 Transition to Middle School: factory model school structure; far less adult involvement Math passing rates for Central Texas students drop over 20 points between 5 th and 10 th grades Students start voting with their feet in 7 th grade In some middle schools, over 1/3 of students have never passed a TAKS test in 5 years! Slide 11 Slide 12 RAISE up Texas Advocates Still Water Foundation Slide 13 Whole-School Reform and the RTI Connection Dr. Don Deshler- Director University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning Slide 14 Program Evaluation Slide 15 Living the Transformation Implementation Panel Matt Pope, Principal, Simon MS- Hays CISD Steve Dow, Principal, Goodnight MS San Marcos CISD Dr. Deborah Brennan, Principal, Hernandez MS Round Rock ISD Dr. Suzanne Burke, Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Austin ISD Slide 16 The only way the needle moves is through an integrated, school-wide approach in which everyone owns part of the problem and believes big changes in achievement can happen. - Deshler Slide 17 WHOLE SCHOOL: All classrooms, all subjects, all teachers Building deep conceptual learning and critical thinking skills for all students students learn how to learn Integrated, individualized interventions and supports for all struggling students Replicable and sustainable at a very low cost per student Transforming Secondary Teaching and Learning Slide 18 Students Make Connections! Slide 19 This is the first thing I've learned that changed my teaching practices, and when I used SIM with my students, I saw my students' unit test scores go up at least 25%. ELA Teacher Slide 20 I was reluctant at first is this just another fad? But when I tried it I found my students were really improving quickly. Those students who didnt learn well from a book can learn this way all of them do. As Ive used more and more routines, the students have gotten better and better. Now Im a total convert to SIM. Math Teacher Slide 21 Last year and before I made 70s or below in all of my classes, but now I am making all As & Bs -6th Grade Student Slide 22 Keys to Sustainability Advocates at all levels are needed: Teachers Coaches School Leaders District Staff District Leadership Slide 23 RAISE up Texas Scalability & Sustainability Create pool of certified professional developers both within districts and at the regional level Expand the base of materials and support resources for implementation at Region 13 Create professional learning community in which more experienced schools support new adopters Establish documented protocol for implementing SIM as a whole-school model on other campuses Slide 24 Please grab your lunch while you take a short break! Slide 25 Slide 26