August 25
5530 Mathematics Curriculum Symposium - Everyday Math 4
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 223
5530 Mathematics Curriculum Symposium - Everyday Math 4
Aug 25
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 223
SolutionWhere - Mathematics
Wayne RESA’s Mathematics and Science Center in collaboration with McGraw-Hill, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Pearson is offering a FREE
Three-Day Training designed to support Big Ideas (HMH), Connected Math (Pearson), Everyday Math 4 (MH) and Math Expressions (HMH) for teachers who are new to these programs or would like to become more effective in implementing these programs.

THIS WORKSHOP IS ONLY FOR WAYNE COUNTY TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS CURRENTLY USING THE PROGRAMS LISTED ABOVE IN THE FALL OF 2016
5655 Marzano Tool Training
8:30 AM
WCCC-Downriver Campus-Rms 5 & 6
5655 Marzano Tool Training
Aug 25
8:30 AM
WCCC-Downriver Campus-Rms 5 & 6
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
SESSION 1 (listed first)is for participants that work in Wayne County

SESSION 2 (listed second)is for participants that work in other counties throughout the state

Before principals and teachers engage in observations for the purpose of evaluation, they must have a deep understanding of the evaluation tools, instructional frameworks, and inquiry processes involved. Educator Evaluation tool training is focused on supporting building level administrators in fully implementing annual Educator Evaluations effectively and with fidelity.

Domain 1: IRR and Scoring

Domain 1: IRR and Feedback

Domains 2-4: Understanding Unit Design

Fidelity Module iObservation - Additional observation day using library video module

BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP
5529 Mathematics Curriculum Symposium - Connected Math
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250C
5529 Mathematics Curriculum Symposium - Connected Math
Aug 25
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250C
SolutionWhere - Mathematics
Wayne RESA’s Mathematics and Science Center in collaboration with McGraw-Hill, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Pearson is offering a FREE
Three-Day Training designed to support Big Ideas (HMH), Connected Math (Pearson), Everyday Math 4 (MH) and Math Expressions (HMH) for teachers who are new to these programs or would like to become more effective in implementing these programs.

THIS WORKSHOP IS ONLY FOR WAYNE COUNTY TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS CURRENTLY USING THE PROGRAMS LISTED ABOVE IN THE FALL OF 2016
5564 Wayne County Formative Assessment Project Cohort 6 2016-2017
8:30 AM
Wayne County Community College-Downriver Campus
5564 Wayne County Formative Assessment Project Cohort 6 2016-2017
Aug 25
8:30 AM
Wayne County Community College-Downriver Campus
SolutionWhere - Assessment
Participants will learn ways to use evidence collected to modify instructional practices and help students change learning processes. Participants will also be given a sound foundation on facilitation techniques. Armed with this new knowledge facilitators will assemble learning teams to facilitate over the course of the school year. These teams of six-seven people will attend a full day kick-off launch and meet regularly throughout the year (in district) to study and practice the elements of formative assessment. Facilitators will lead the meetings with the continued support of Wayne RESA consultants. Participants will receive 6 books throughout the year. The audience for this course is K-12 administrators and teachers.
5598 Salary Schedule Workshop
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 157
5598 Salary Schedule Workshop
Aug 25
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 157
SolutionWhere - Computer Services Instruction
This workshop is designed to help districts load salaries into SMART for contractual, salary and hourly employees. This data will also be transferred to Cyborg for payroll processing.
August 26
5655 Marzano Tool Training
8:30 AM
WCCC-Downriver Campus-Rms 5 & 6
5655 Marzano Tool Training
Aug 26
8:30 AM
WCCC-Downriver Campus-Rms 5 & 6
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
SESSION 1 (listed first)is for participants that work in Wayne County

SESSION 2 (listed second)is for participants that work in other counties throughout the state

Before principals and teachers engage in observations for the purpose of evaluation, they must have a deep understanding of the evaluation tools, instructional frameworks, and inquiry processes involved. Educator Evaluation tool training is focused on supporting building level administrators in fully implementing annual Educator Evaluations effectively and with fidelity.

Domain 1: IRR and Scoring

Domain 1: IRR and Feedback

Domains 2-4: Understanding Unit Design

Fidelity Module iObservation - Additional observation day using library video module

BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP
5626 Know Your Data: User-Friendly Tools for Measuring Student Growth
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
5626 Know Your Data: User-Friendly Tools for Measuring Student Growth
Aug 26
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
Teachers and administrators regularly review results from large-scale commercial assessments such as the ACT, SAT, PSAT, and NWEA to name a few. But the dilemma facing educators is that the majority of formative and summative assessments occur on a regular basis outside the mandatory testing window. There is a paucity of guidance, however, about how exactly a teacher is expected to measure growth with her student data. This course is specifically designed to address this dilemma. For all intent and purposes, the term student growth can be defined as the difference in student scores between two or more assessments (e.g. pretest/posttest). And measurement is simply the assignment of numbers to objects according to a set of rules. This course will also permit a classroom teacher, with a minimal mathematical background, to use the step-by-step methodology and user-friendly freeware in order to measure student growth using teacher-made assessments. Participants will learn about basic assumptions, coding the data, identifying the appropriate analytic approach, and the ability to interpret the findings in order to guide instruction. Finally, participants will practice presenting the results to multiple stakeholders. The audience for this course includes district administrators, principals, school improvement leaders and teacher leaders.
5691 The College Board Presents Live Score Portal
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 203 (ITC)
5691 The College Board Presents Live Score Portal
Aug 26
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 203 (ITC)
SolutionWhere - Assessment
Participants in the live score portal workshop will understand the SAT Suite of Assessment reporting features, explore the College Board scoring portal and types of available reports, work with their own school data, learn to run, save, and print reports, and learn to help students understand their SAT and PSAT score reports from State testing. The audience for this course must have a valid login to the College Board Online Score Portal.
5603 Making Meaning: Setting Consistent Performance Standards for Educator Evaluation
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250C
5603 Making Meaning: Setting Consistent Performance Standards for Educator Evaluation
Aug 26
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250C
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
This course provides an overview on how to implement a standard setting process for the student growth component of educator evaluation. The participant will examine the intention, benefits and challenges to using a standard setting process. Steps to take in planning and implementing standard setting will be defined. The models for vertical scaling and for using standard setting with collections of evidence such as IEP goals or portfolios. The importance of performance level descriptions will be emphasized. The audience for this course includes district administrators, principals, school improvement leaders, and teacher leaders. This is not a series but the session is repeated.
August 29
5649 5 Dimensions Tool Training - Cohort 1
8:00 AM
Beacon Day Treatment Center
5649 5 Dimensions Tool Training - Cohort 1
Aug 29
8:00 AM
Beacon Day Treatment Center
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
SESSION 1 (listed first)is for participants that work in Wayne County

SESSION 2 (listed second)is for participants that work in other counties throughout the state

Before principals and teachers engage in observations for the purpose of evaluation, they must have a deep understanding of the evaluation tools, instructional frameworks, and inquiry processes involved. Educator Evaluation tool training is focused on supporting building level administrators in fully implementing annual Educator Evaluations effectively and with fidelity.

During Stage II training, educators will deepen their knowledge and use of the 5D instructional framework and the 5D+ Inquiry Cycle. Each day has a focus on a new dimension and its connection to other dimensions. Each day provides dimension-specific practice of the formative feedback cycle. In addition, participants learn to use the electronic tool, Pivot, to facilitate work related to supervision and evaluation. The last day of training introduces participants to the scoring methodology for summative evaluation.

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August 30
5681 CBO Directors - A Day in the Life of a Community Based Organization Director
7:30 AM
Wayne RESA Annex Room 1 & 2
5681 CBO Directors - A Day in the Life of a Community Based Organization Director
Aug 30
7:30 AM
Wayne RESA Annex Room 1 & 2
SolutionWhere - Early Childhood
This professional development will provide information and strategies for the successful implementation of the Great Start Readiness Programs located in Community Based Organizations (CBO). The directors will become familiar with the following areas: leadership, paperwork, budgets, programming, curriculum, active learning, early childhood specialist requirements, program quality assessments and accountability/compliances. This training is for Program Directors, Executive Directors and Head Start Site Directors.
Cancelled 5625 The SLO Process: What is it and How Can it be part of an Effective Educator Evaluation System?
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
5625 The SLO Process: What is it and How Can it be part of an Effective Educator Evaluation System? Cancelled
Aug 30
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
In this session participants will receive an overview of Student Learning Objectives (SLOs), how they fit with legislated student growth requirements, and how this process fits into the teacher evaluation process. We will explore the research including benefits and limitations of using SLOs as well as models and resources to support their implementation. Participants will consider all aspects of using SLOs to support the informed use of student growth to help determine teacher effectiveness. The audience for this course is district administrators, principals, school improvement leaders and teacher leaders.

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Local Districts

With a total population of approximately 1.8 million, Wayne County is the most populous county in the State of Michigan and the 18th most populous county in the nation. There are 33 school districts in 43 Wayne County communities serving approximately 226,000 students. Additionally, there are 108 Public School Academies (PSAs) serving 64,000 students for a combined total of approximately 290,000 students in public schools county-wide. .

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Alternative Service Schools for Suspended and/or Expelled Students

These schools/unique education providers provide alternative education programs to suspended and/or expelled students.
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Early Childhood Resources

Our early childhood staff connect parents and service providers in Wayne County to resources and information.
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Family Assistance Resources

Helpful information and other assistance for your family's wellness.
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Freedom of Information Act

Procedures and guidelines manual.
>Freedom of Information Act Manual

School Accountability Scorecard

The latest update of the Michigan School Accountability Scorecards.
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School Year Recess Days

A list of extended recess days for the school year.
>School Days

Understanding Education Terms and Acronyms

What does NCLB stand for? What is pupil-teacher ratio? Look up often-used education terms through the links below.
>Glossary of Common Education Terms
>List of Common Education Acronyms

Wayne County Parent Advisory Comittee

Wayne RESA ensures the involvement of parents in special education through the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC).
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