Curriculum Coordinator Network

The Curriculum Coordinator Network is designed to bring together curriculum leaders from the CESA #11 districts to update on federal and state level changes in curriculum development and implementation. This network also provides opportunities to share resources and strategies, and develop regional professional development opportunities for our curriculum coordinators, supporting the ongoing curriculum changes in educational reform. You may register online by linking to the date on the calendar of events below.

Upcoming Events

October 24, 2019

Curriculum Coordinator Meeting

Conference Center

November 21, 2019

Curriculum Coordinator Meeting

Conference Center

January 23, 2020

Curriculum Coordinator Meeting

Conference Center

February 20, 2020

Curriculum Coordinator Meeting

Conference Center

March 26, 2020

Curriculum Coordinator Meeting

Conference Center

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Future Ready Resources

Resources

ACT

  • Math Standards-Connection to the Classroom

  • English Standards-Connecting to the Classroom

  • Reading/LA Standards-Connecting to the Classroom

  • Science Standards-Connecting to the Classroom

Assessment Support: 

  • Formative and summative classroom assessment practices (Tier I Assessments)

  • Interim assessment of grade level and/or content benchmarks (Tier II Assessments)

  • Standards-based rubrics for assessment of student work and establishing proficiency scales.

  • Standards-based grading and reporting.

  • Performance based assessments applicable to any content area or grade level

  • Support in the development of assessment tools that can be used by teachers and teams to evaluate SLO- Student/School Learner Outcomes

  • Assessment Training about and for improved instructional practices that support the Wisconsin Student Assessment System (WSAS) including: ACT Suite, Dynamic Learning Maps, FORWARD and ACCESS

 

Curriculum and Instruction Support: 

  • Local facilitation identifying power standards and unpacking standards into learning targets. Work to align

  • instructional practices using Next Generation Science Standards, Math, Literacy and revised WI Academic Standards

  • Facilitate development of grade level and content area curriculum documents including:

  • Curriculum maps for the entire district, for a specific grade level, or content area

  • Curriculum units of instruction that include aligned standards, essential concepts, skills, and processes

  • Professional development to support best practice instructional strategies

 

Data Analysis/School Improvement Planning Process:

  • A one or two-day data retreat process is available to school districts to review data using the DPI WISEdash tool and/or School Accountability Report Cards. The data analysis process can be used annually to evaluate student achievement, document progress with school improvement goals, meet the expectations of school and district accountability, program evaluation, and to successfully close achievement gaps.

  • A more customized, on-site data analysis event with follow-up services. In these instances, the in-district fee structure applies.

  • In-district consultation is available for special education data analysis and follow-up support to develop classroom practices that support improved achievement in reading and math for all students

CESA #11 CCNS Consortium School Districts

Amery • Baldwin-Woodville • Barron • Birchwood • Boyceville • Cameron • Chetek Weyerhaeuser • Clayton • Clear Lake • Colfax • Cumberland •
Durand-Arkansaw • Elk Mound • Ellsworth • Elmwood • Frederic • Glenwood City • Grantsburg • Hudson • Luck • Menomonie • New Richmond • 
Osceola • Pepin • Plum City • Prairie Farm • Prescott • Rice Lake • River Falls • St. Croix Central • St. Croix Falls • Shell Lake • Siren • Somerset • Spooner • Spring Valley • Turtle Lake • Unity • Webster