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FIP Introduction/Overview/Implementation

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Sean Antonetti

on 26 August 2014

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Transcript of FIP Introduction/Overview/Implementation

Introduction, Overview and Implementation

Share the goals of FIP (Formative Instructional Practices)
Define FIP, communicate the goals of FIP, and provide an overview of Formative Instructional Practices (FIP) Professional Learning
Share connections to existing improvement efforts in Georgia
Discuss the 5 teacher modules and 2 Leadership/Coaching modules
Be prepared to engage in FIP modules online
Be prepared to initiate implementation in your school

Goals of the Session
Support the development of great teachers and leaders in their work towards College and Career Readiness
Refine and augment teaching and learning processes based on research-proven practices
Facilitate a quality implementation of Georgia’s state-mandated content standards
Increase the alignment between Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
Implement the principles for Universal Design for Learning (mastery of the learning process)
Support Georgia’s Teacher Keys Effectiveness System (TKES) and (TAPS)
Support Georgia’s Leader Keys Effectiveness System (LKES) and (TAPS)

Goals of Georgia FIP
Formative Instructional Practices (FIP) are intentional behaviors that teachers and students use to obtain information about learning so that decisions can be made about additional learning opportunities. Formative instructional practices are the formal and informal ways that teachers and students gather and respond to evidence of student learning. Georgia’s FIP professional learning has four major components.

Clear Learning Targets
Collecting, analyzing and using evidence of student learning
Effective Feedback
Student Ownership of Learning

Foundations Modules:
Formative Instructional Practices
1. Introduction to Formative Instructional Practices
Understand what formative instructional practices are
Become familiar with key research findings related to the effects of formative instructional practices on student achievement

2. Clear Learning Targets
Understand the benefits of learning targets
Know how to ensure learning targets are clear to the teacher
Know how to make learning targets clear to students

Foundations Modules:
Formative Instructional Practices
3. Collecting and Documenting Evidence of
Student Learning
Know how to collect accurate formative evidence of student learning
Know how to document formative evidence of student learning

4. Analyzing Evidence and Providing Effective
Know how to use methods of assessment formatively in order to analyze evidence of student learning
Understand what makes feedback effective
Know how to provide effective feedback

Foundations Modules:
Formative Instructional Practices
5. Student Ownership of Learning: Peer Feedback,
Self-Assessment, and More
Know how to prepare students to give each other effective feedback
Know how to prepare students to self-assess with a focus on learning targets
Know how to prepare students to create specific and challenging goals
Know how to prepare students to track, reflect on, and share their learning with others

Leadership and Coaching Modules:
Formative Instructional Practices
6. Leading Formative Instructional Practices
Know how to promote formative instructional practices and support school-wide change
Know how to lead quality formative instructional practice implementation in your school
Understand the importance of developing a balanced assessment system

7. Coaching Formative Instructional Practices
Know how to plan for the change process and to promote a systemic approach to formative instructional practices.
Know how to leverage blended learning and professional learning teams.
Understand how to sustain the implementation of formative instructional practices.
Know how to provide teachers with effective feedback as they learn about formative instructional practices.
Know how to employ resources and strategies that support formative instructional practices.

(For Instructional Facilitators, Teacher-Leaders and Administrators)

Goals of the Session
Confirming Commitment Helps educators set goals and take action based on what they’ve learned from the modules.
My Learning Folder -Collects evidence of professional learning and implementation.

Online Module Completion
Confirming Learning (online) management) Ensures that educators have met the learning targets of the modules.
Confirming Practice - Facilitates reflection and discussion about educator practice.

Components for Blended Learning- PLT
Accessing the FIP Modules Online
Let's explore the website:

Sean Antonetti
Department of Professional Learning
Formative Instructional Practices
Monitoring Progress
Teacher Learning Paths

Professional Learning Team (Modules 1-5) *
With Friends (Modules 1-5)
On my Own (Modules 1-5)

Coaches and Teacher-Leader Learning Paths
Coaching FIP for Student Success (Modules 1-5, and 7)

District, School and Instructional Leader Learning Paths

Leading FIP for Student Success (Modules 1-6) *
FIP Leadership Essentials (Modules 1, 6 and/or 7)

FIP Foundations Modules Overview
FIP Connections
Current Improvement Efforts

TAPS Self-assessment
Depending upon the standards that a teacher identifies for growth, the supervisor can offer or recommend applicable FIP online learning modules to consider in the pre-conference
LAPS Self-assessment and Performance Goal Setting
Leaders can consider if FIP professional learning is an appropriate compliment for the performance goals they will establish and/or reflect upon how FIP can support the school improvement plan.

Ten Steps for Designing an Effective SLO Measure

1. Unpack the standards (Modules 1 & 2)
2. Create a table of specifications (Module 3)
3. Clarify why, when, and where to assess student learning (Module 3)
4. Determine appropriate items to use (Module 3)
5. Determine number of items to use (Module 3)
6. Write valid and reliable items (Module 3)
7. Assemble the measure (Module 3)
8. Construct scoring key and/or rubric (Module 3)
9. Administer the measure (Module 3)
10. Score and analyze results (Module 4)

Georgia FIP Metrics
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