EngageNY Portal Introduction

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EngageNY.org

Level 1 Project Managers

September 25,
2013

EngageNY

Portal

Introduction

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EngageNY

Portal (ENYP)
Overview


ENYP:
Helping to bridge the gap between
our values and our reality


EngageNY Portal


Supporting implementation of NYS Common
Core Learning Standards through the ENYP

Assess

Analyze




Take Action





Recommendation
Engine

Data Dashboard
Views, Learning Maps,
and Early Warning
Indicator Flags


EngageNY
Content

and Communities


Note:
Availability of features and functionality vary across Data Dashboard Vendors (
DataCation
-
Compass/
ConnectEDU
,
myTrack
/
eScholar
, and
Schoolnet
/Pearson)

EngageNY Portal


Components of the ENYP

An instructional information system
that will:



Allow
authorized educators, students (grades 6 through 12),
and their legal guardians (all grade levels) to log in and view
student educational data through
data dashboards



Provide
users with access to instructional and learning
resources tagged to CCSS through the
EngageNY
content
management system, and



Enable
educators to create secure online
professional
learning communities

to share resources and collaborate
with colleagues across the State, region, district, or school.

Building a sustainable, flexible, and
secure ecosystem of applications

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Objective

Challenge

Addressing the Challenge

Sustainability

Many

instructional information
system deployments are
monolithic, “one
-
獩se
-
晩fs
-
all”
applications

Provide a path for districts to
quickly develop, license, and
deploy new applications at a low
cost

Flexibility

The cost of

switching application
providers is high (i.e. “vendor
l潣k
-
in”)


Direct providers to use
open,
non
-
proprietary standards for
data integration in order to
reduce costs and expand choices

Security

Data

security and privacy
protocols are not standardized
across schools and districts

Develop

and implement rigorous
and standardizes protocols

Building a sustainable, flexible, and
secure ecosystem of applications

EngageNY Portal



Many states recognized these challenges, leading to
inBloom
:



founded
with support from the Council of Chief State
School
Officers (CCSSO)
to
enable
participating
states and
districts to increase their educational technology options,
lower
costs
, and protect data security and
privacy.



s
upports the
EngageNY

Portal’s objectives of
sustainability, flexibility, and security.



nonproprietary and open source
.




Student Enrollment
Data

Student
Achievement Data

Student
Biographical Data

Teacher & Staff
Association Data

Education
Organization Data

Applications and Tools

DataCation

Compass

District C

SIS

District A

SIS

Level 1

Level 2


(State Data

Warehouse)

District B

SIS

eScholar


myTrack

Schoolnet

ENYP ecosystem at launch (winter 2014)

inBloom

Student Enrollment
Data

Student
Achievement Data

Student
Biographical Data

Teacher & Staff
Association Data

Education
Organization Data

District A

SIS

Level 1


(Big 5 and


RICs)

Level 2


(State Data

Warehouse)

District B

SIS

District C

SIS

Period level
attendance

Chapter/unit
tests and
quizzes

Classroom
behavior
incidents

Periodic
common
assessments

Enabling
an
ecosystem of local data and

applications

Applications and Tools

DataCation

Compass

eScholar


myTrack

Schoolnet

LMS

Assessment
Builder

Adaptive
Test Tool

Gradebook

Curriculum Map

Lesson Planner

Student
Grouping
Tool

Messaging
Tool

inBloom

Note:
Local data types and applications/tools listed
above are notional

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EngageNY
: Curriculum Materials & Resources

Educators will be able to
access curriculum
modules and resources
with updated search &
filtering and visual display


(beginning spring 2014)

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EngageNY
: Educator
Community & Collaboration

Educators have the option
to create or join existing
communities to address
local issues with expanded
resources


(beginning spring 2014)

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EngageNY
: Turnkey
Professional Development
Kits

Professional development kits

to help educators develop their
skills and abilities in the
implementation of the Common
Core State Standards.




Kits can
be used alone or in
groups to guide
educator
development
in this work; they
can also be used to deliver formal
or informal learning experiences
for others
.

ENYP schedule

13

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Authorized reps from districts and charter schools
will select one of three dashboards to be used at no
cost during the 2013
-
14 school year


A second selection process will be held prior to the
2014
-
2015 school year

Dashboard Selection
Period (8/9/13
-
10/31/13)*


Train the Trainer sessions with Network Team Leaders
(NTI)


Live, in
-
person training, live and recorded webinars,
and self
-
paced tutorials/videos

Training
(Winter 2014 Onwards)


Winter 2014


Educators can access the Portal


Spring 2014


Fall 2015


Parents (or legal guardians)
and students can access the Portal

Portal Launch
(Winter 2014 Onwards)

*
These dates reflect an extension to the original selection deadline of 9/27/13..

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Data Dashboards

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15

Data Dashboards: Assessment Data View

Dynamic
performance
views for
students,
classes and
groups at
-
a
-
glance.

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16

Data Dashboard: CCSS Learning Maps

Bridging
performance
data with the
goals
established in
the CCSS, a
learning map

shows a
student’s (or
group of
students’)
progression
towards mastery

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17

Data Dashboards: Early Warning Indicator Flag

Early warning
indicator flags help to
identify students
likely to drop out of
high school and
college

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18

Data Dashboards: Recommendation Engine

Educators will be
able to quickly and
easily access high
-
quality materials
aligned to the CCSS
based on students’
performance against
standards or other
needs/preferences

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What’s Next?

System
and Integration Testing

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Data
that your district can begin collecting
and sending to SED to power Dashboards

New data

When can I collect and send this data to SED?

Daily attendance (EWIF)

Beginning of 2013
-
2014 school year.

In
-
school and out
-
of
-
school
suspension (EWIF)

Beginning of 2013
-
2014 school year.

GPA and cumulative credits
(EWIF)

Beginning

December 2013 (after the first term).

Interim benchmark

assessments (Learning Maps)

(Optional)

Please work with your RICs
to assess readiness.

Other classroom

data

(Optional)

TBD. Please contact the
EngageNY

Portal team.


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NOTE:
More information about data collection and templates provided to SMS vendors, please visit
http://www.p12.nysed.gov/irs/data_collection.html


Interim Benchmark Assessment Vendors

Vendor

Product(s)

McGraw
Hill

Acuity

Pearson
Digital
Learning

AIMS
Web

Scholastic
, Inc
.

Scholastic
Reading
Inventory

Scholastic
Math Inventory

Sungard

Assessment
Builder

Vantage

My
Access

LinkIt


LinkIt


eDoctrina


eDoctrina


Core K
-
12

Assessment
Center

Certica

TestWiz


Renaissance
Learning

STAR
Reading, STAR Early Literacy, STAR Math

iReady


iReady


NWEA

MAPS
, Children’s Progress Academic
Assessment

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Choosing a Data Dashboard
-

Schedule

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Date

Selection Event

October 31, 2013

Selection period closes.

Winter 2014

Data dashboards become

available.

Late

Spring /

Early Summer

2014

Data dashboard selection reopens

for 2014
-
15.


Which dashboard fits into my district’s technology portfolio?



Which dashboard meets my district’s feature requirements?



Consult data dashboard selection guide.

Choosing a Data Dashboard
-

Criteria

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During & After Dashboard Selection

Support During
Selection

On
-
demand webinar available now.

Q&A conference call with dashboard
vendors in early October.

Selection

guide and other materials.

Limited help desk services.

Support After
Selection

Comprehensive help desk services.

Training materials and wiki
documentation.

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Forthcoming Documentation


How to add supplemental local data



How to add applications to the Portal



How accounts are created



Help desk and training resources

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For More
I
nformation

Web

http://engageny.org/portal


Email

p
ortal
-
help@engageny.org


Phone

1
-
855
-
252
-
6900


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Questions?