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A Closer Look at Interactive Video Learning


Interactive Video Learning is an instructional and professional development solution for extending the reach of Maricopa County’s most effective instructors.


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We offer three flexible models to support schools throughout Maricopa County and beyond. MCESA IVL courses are taught to students and educational leaders from the MCESA IVL studio. They are: (1) MCESA IVL Standard; (2) MCESA IVL 360; and (3) MCESA IVL Direct.


MCESA IVL Standard This model is designed to provide a unique instructional experience to students through the delivery of high quality, highly effective instruction directly to students. The MCESA IVL Standard model focuses on partnering with the certified classroom teacher to meet the individual needs of each student through differentiated instruction, guided by formative assessments, and supported by a hands-on problem-solving approach. This model is limited to 30 students per 90-minute class. An example of this approach is described below. Learning Cycle

MCESA Instructor

Classroom Teacher

Elicit

Presents original content or existing content to elicit prior Administers pre-assessments, ensures knowledge and preconceptions. Content may include pre- students engage in task, and provides assessments, framing questions, quick-writes, anecdotal notes student data to MCESA instructor. and record keeping structures.

Engage

Presents original content or existing content to motivate and capture student interest. Materials designed to engage students with a question, discrepant event, or phenomenon, and facilitate connections and stimulate thinking. Content may include facilitating materials use, online simulations, demonstration videos, web pages, journal articles, etc.

Explore/ Discovery

Leads the students in opportunities to explore ideas, engage Ensures students have access to content, with materials, problem-solve, make observations, record and monitors and manages materials and interpret data, generate questions, develop hypotheses. equipment, and holds students Actively questions students, provides feedback, and collects accountable for engaging in the content. formative assessment data. Content delivered may include Monitors student recording and facilitates facilitating materials, online simulations, demonstration questions from students. videos, web pages, journal articles, etc.

Explain/ Concept Introductio n

Facilitates classroom discussion, questions students and supports vocabulary development and data analysis. Guides students toward consistent and coherent generalizations and formation of explanations. Content delivered may include teacher explanations, online simulations, text, and media connections.

Monitors classroom, checks for understanding, pulls small groups or individuals for differentiation, and holds students accountable for engaging in the conversation, note-taking, etc.

Elaborate

Facilitates students in applying the newly learned concepts to new contexts. Provides questions for further exploration, assesses transfer of knowledge. Content delivered may include facilitating materials, online simulations, demonstration videos, web pages, journal articles, etc.

Ensures students have access to content, monitors and manages materials and equipment, and holds students accountable for engaging in the content. Monitors student recording and facilitates questions from students.

Evaluate

Facilitates students in assessing their understandings and abilities. Evaluates studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; understanding of key concepts and skill development. Content may include assessments, rubrics, quick-writes, checklists, project and problem-based learning products, anecdotal notes and record-keeping structures.

Administers formal and informal assessments, ensures students engage in task, and provides student data to MCESA instructor.

Extend

Facilitates students in practicing transfer of knowledge and Ensures students have access to content, applying to new inquiry or related concept. Content delivered monitors and manages materials and may include facilitating materials, online simulations, equipment, and holds students demonstration videos, web pages, journal articles, etc. accountable for engaging in the content. Monitors student recording and facilitates questions from students.

Ensures students have access to content, monitors and manages materials and equipment, and holds students accountable for engaging in the content.


MCESA IVL 360 This model provides professional learning through instructional modeling and coaching, and is the most comprehensive IVL support MCESA offers. MCESA 360 is designed to deliver a unique instructional experience to students while providing job-embedded professional development to certified classroom teachers. By delivering high quality, highly effective instruction directly to students, classroom teachers are provided modeling and instructional coaching that they can put into immediate practice with constructive feedback. The MCESA instructor, acting as the Lead Instructor, leads multiple classroom teachers working in a Professional Learning Community (PLC), through the Cycle of Instructional Improvement. The MCESA 360 model focuses on meeting the individual needs of each student and classroom teacher through differentiated instruction and individualized coaching. This model is limited to 30 students per 90-minute class. An example of this approach is: Cycle of Instructional Improvement*

MCESA Instructor

Classroom Teacher

Set Goals and Align Resources

Leading and coaching classroom Participating in coaching activities teachers through the process of and articulating goals and learning looking at curriculum, standards, expectations. instructional calendars, and identifying benchmark assessments.

Instruct Students

Modeling effective instructional methods. Coaching classroom teachers on questioning techniques and facilitating student discussions.

Gather and Share Data

Leading and coaching classroom teachers through the process of choosing and delivering assessments. Analyze Data Leading and coaching classroom teachers through the process of looking at student assessment data and making conjectures. Use Information to Create Action Leading and coaching classroom Plans teachers through the process of creating whole group lesson plans and Individual Instructional Plans.

Monitoring and managing students and materials, asking guiding questions, and taking anecdotal notes. Communicating with MCESA instructor on student progress. Administering/facilitating assessment activities, and preparing data for analyzing. Participating in the process of looking at student assessment data and making conjectures. Facilitating students in the creation of Individual Instructional Plans.

*Cycle of Instructional Improvement- Conditions for Student Success: The Cycle of Continuous Instructional Improvement, New Schools Venture Fund


MCESA IVL Direct This model is provided as a service to schools that are unable to staff classrooms with highly qualified instructors. MCESA Direct delivers instruction to students through a direct, whole-group instruction model, and supports classroom facilitators (substitute teachers, classroom teachers without specific subject-area certification, etc.) with facilitating small group instruction, individualized instruction, and assessment and evaluation activities. The MCESA Direct model is limited to 90 students per 60-90 minute class.


The Technology To facilitate the most interactive instructional experience possible, MCESA employs a variety of innovative technologies in the instructor studio as well as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;remote classroom.â&#x20AC;? State-of-theart high definition video conferencing equipment, coupled with an interactive whiteboard, document camera, and small-group conferencing capabilities support the instructor in delivering the most engaging instruction possible. Each remote classroom is outfitted with a mobile cart that includes a high definition monitor, high definition camera, and extendable microphone. In addition, each cart is equipped with a document camera for the sharing of student work and a scanner for submitting notes and paper-based assignments. iPads are then newest addition to the IVL program, and are given to each student during class so they can directly communicate with the instructor through writing, drawing, and 1:1 video conferencing.

2011-2012 MCESA IVL Schedule IVL Courses are scheduled in calendar-blocks, divided into Core Instruction and Enrichment in order to accommodate multiple school district schedules. Enrichment blocks are designed to provide students with opportunities for problem solving, project-based learning, and skills reinforcement. IVL models and grade-levels will be assigned to time-blocks based on interest, need, and availability. 2011-2012 Courses

Calendar-Blocks

Time-Blocks

7th Grade Math

August 8-August 22 (Enrichment)

8:00-9:30 a.m.

8th Grade Math

August 22-December 16 (Core)

10:00-11:30 a.m.

Pre Algebra Algebra

December 19-December 22 (Enrichment)

12:30-2:00 p.m. 8:00-9:30 a.m.

January 9- April 6 (Core)

10:00-11:30 a.m.

April 9-April 27 (Enrichment, PM Only)

12:30-2:00 p.m.

April 30-May 23 (Core)

10:00-11:30 a.m. 12:30-2:00 p.m.


MCESA IVL Pricing IVL Standard Number of Students

One Class

Two Class Discount

1-5 Students

$4,500

$6,750

6-10 Students

$8,000

$11,000

11-15 Students

$11,500

$19,500

16-30 Students

$18,000

$27,000 IVL 360

Number of Students

One Class

Two Class Discount

1-5 Students

$5,900

$8,000

6-10 Students

$9,400

$12,250

11-15 Students

$12,400

$20,700

16-30 Students

$19,400

$28,200 IVL Direct

Number of Students

Class

1-5 Students

$4,000

6-10 Students

$7,000

11-15 Students

$10,500

16-30 Students

$16,000

*Price includes service and equipment.

For more information on MCESA Interactive Video Learning contact Laurie King, Director of Innovative Practices 602-372-3704 | laurie.king@mcesa.maricopa.gov

A Closer Look at MCESA Interactive Video Learning  

MCESA Interactive Video Learning - or IVL - is an instructional and professional development solution for extending the reach of Maricopa Co...