Team Members
Rick Powers
LEAD
IDEA Consultant
rick.powers@dpi.nc.gov
Lynne Loeser
LEAD
SLD/ ADHD Consultant
lynne.loeser@dpi.nc.gov
Anne Nixon

RtI Field Consultant
annednixon@gmail.com
Amy Jablonski

RtI Field Consultant
amy.jablonski@gmail.com
Amy Miller

RtI Field Consultant
amym717@gmail.com
Curriculum and Instruction TBD





Task
Who
Date Due
Date Completed
initial supply and material requests due
Lynne
March 8-15

Registration Opens

by April 1

Summer institute wiki open to teams

April 26

Investigate use of Articulate
Amy M
March 4

identify needed materials and supplies
Lynne
mid March
March
Doodle poll for additional meetings beginning in April
Lynne
Feb 28

content for sessions and prework complete and submitted to team
all
April 12

Presenters listed on wiki for East/ West regions
Lynne
April 12
March 25
Goto meeting to review content and prework
team
April 15 4 PM

session vetting and review
Lynne/ Rick/ Amy M
Apr 22 10:45

LEA pre work due
Lynne/ Rick
Apr 15

pre work posted to wiki/ sent to participants

Apr 22

final supply list

May 10

trainers workshop/dress rehearsal

week of June 28



Team Assignments


July 8 Greenville
Region 2
Anne, Lynne

July 8 Charlotte

Amy J, Rick
July 10 Greenville
Region 1
Anne, Lynne

July 10 Charlotte

Amy J, Rick







July 15 Durham
Region 4
Amy M, Anne

July 15 Greensboro
Region 5
Amy J, ?
July 17 Durham
Region 3
Amy M, Anne

July 17 Greensboro
Region 7
Amy J, ?
July 23-24 Cumberland
Region 4
Amy M.

July 23-24 Henderson
Region 8
Amy J.

Important Links

NCDPI Summer Institutes 2013 http://www.ncpublicschools.org/profdev/conferences/summerinstitutes//
Summer Institutes 2013 Wikispaces (for LEA Teams): http://si2013.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/
Summer Institutes 2013 Wikispaces (for Design Teams/DPI only):
http://si2013planning.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/home



Information to Guide Planning


Summer Institute Focus: Building Leadership Capacity to Change Teacher Practice and Change Student Outcomes
  • How does “your content/topic” help a teacher improve their practice?
  • How do teachers know the students learned it?

Pre-work for participants is strongly encouraged.

Common Themes throughout all sessions: Home Base, Standards 1-6, Dufour questions, Universal Design for Learning, Guskey’s model of evaluating PD



Team Norms (approved 2/19/13)

  • actively participate in all planning meetings
  • maintain timelines and deadlines
  • persist in keeping the team's work moving forward



Session Title: Understanding RtI and the New Standards


Session Description: (approved 2/19/13)

North Carolina Responsiveness to Instruction (NCRtI) is a multi-tiered framework which promotes school improvement through engaging, high quality instruction. NCRtI employs a team approach to guide educational practices, using a problem-solving model based on data, to address student needs and maximize growth for all. The Common Core and RtI share a common goal: increased rigor and success for ALL students. This session will share with participants how these two initiatives can be combined and complement, rather than compete with each other.


Purpose/ Overview

Responsiveness to Instruction (RtI) is a framework for school improvement based on using data to assure all students achieve at high levels. Student success is dependent on the provision of high quality evidence based instruction at Tier 1. This session will provide participants a structured data-based method to analyze core instruction focusing on instruction, curriculum and the environment.

Session Objectives: 4/22/13

Pre-Institute
  • Participants will complete differentiated tasks to develop at minimum a basic understanding of the 3 tier RtI model and to explore more deeply an area of RtI.

Session Objectives
  • Participants will become familiar with RtI as a school improvement model
  • Participants will understand how RtI is directly linked to the NC Teaching Standards and NC Standard Course of Study
  • Participants will practice using a Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) model to analyze Core instruction at Tier 1.
  • Participants will identify components of Home Base that will support problem solving at Tier 1.

Learner Outcomes

After this session, participants will be able to use a Team Initiated Problem Solving model (TIPS) to analyze core instruction for all students.

Prework FINAL 4.18.13


Participants may chose from either the Secondary or Elementary Choice Boards. All participants are asked to complete the task designated ALL prior to attending the Summer Institute session. Particpants will be emailed a link to Today's Meet to discuss and reflect on the content. The remaining three activities on the Choice Boards are optional for further study.

NCRtI Brief
NCRTI Overview

Secondary Choice Board



Elementary Choice Board









Resources to Support Planning


Kansas MTSS and CCSS

http://www.rti4success.org/asktheexpert/video/1044

Common Core A Golden Opportunity

Golden Opportunity Pt 2

Connecting RTI to New Priorities: Aligning Educational Initiatives from Center on Instruction













Jim Wright

The Common Core: The Foundation of RtI webinar, activities and HO's

Education Northwest