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Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Welcome participants to training - Introduce self and go around room giving participants time to say

their name and what they teach Navigation: - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Thank participants for their interest in the training - Discuss the plan for the 6 day training via the graphic on slide - Discuss how the use of WikiSpaces will be use throughout the training, while each session will have its own focus Navigation: - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Introduce training objectives to participants Navigation: - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review agenda for this session Navigation: - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Remind participants that they joined this training because they already knew a little about SBG and they wanted to learn more, including how to implement SBG in their classrooms - Explain this video gives a brief overview of why SBG is beneficial for students and teachers - Play video - Break participants and RES teachers into 3 groups for small group discussion - Monitor discussion groups

Navigation: - Click on the play button to play the YouTube video. Be sure to maximize the screen for optimal viewing. - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Ask participants to sign onto iPads or laptops and open e-mail link sent to them previously from WikiSpaces - Ask participants to create username and password - Go to the WikiSpaces website and demo how to access wiki and edit content - Reference "Shared Resource" section for further videos and wikis on SBG - Ask participants to post at lease one question, concern or thought on the overview section of the wiki before the next meeting - Encourage participants to comment on another participant's comment - Thank participants and RES teachers for attending Navigation: - Click on the picture of the screen to go to the WikiSpaces website for this training (This will open a new window) - This is the end of the Day 1 slides. Do not click ahead

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review agenda for this session Navigation: - Begin Day 2 slide here - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review the current way curriculum is presented vs. standards-based systems Navigation: - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Go to Jefferson County School's website to explore how standards are written for different different grades and subjects (as pertinent to participants) - Answer any questions participants have on writing standards for their courses Navigation: - Click on the picture to open a new window to the school's website - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Ensure all participants can log onto Rubicon to access curriculum - Break participants into small groups based on subjects (humanities, math/science, arts, etc.) - Monitor participants as they write standards - Facilitate small group discussion about standards (formative assessment) - Remind participants to access WikiSpaces before next session Navigation: - This is the end of the Day 2 slides. Do not click ahead

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review agenda for this session Navigation: - Begin Day 3 slides here - Click on picture to be taken to the LiveBinders website (opens in new window) - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Explain that participants will upload their standards to LiveBinders - Demo LiveBinders website - Ask participants to create an account and log-in - Participants will spend the rest of the session uploading their standards to their account - Monitor participants while they work - Remind participants to log on to WikiSpaces before the next session Navigation: - Click on picture to be taken to the LiveBinders website (opens in new window) - This is the last of the Day 3 slides. Do not click ahead.

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review agenda for the day Navigation: - This is the start of the Day 4 slides - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Demonstrate how the 4-point scale converts to a standard GPA and letter grade Navigation: - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review a very general 4-point rubic - Ask participants to think what this would look like for their particular content area Navigation: - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Have participants log into the WikiSpace for the training and access the SBG rubrics - Ask participants to find a rubric that is close to their curriculum - Have participants copy it to their LiveBinders and/or edit a rubric they like and add any additions they would like to adopt Navigation: - Clicking on picture will bring you to the website in a new window (Show if desired, but not needed) - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Facilitate group while participants continue to work on their rubrics - Challenge participants to create examples of what each level of the 4 point scale looks like, in a general enough sense to use for any unit - When there are about about 2 hours left, have participants print out their rubrics and examples - Explain that they are going to do a chalk talk, where they walk around and comment on other people's work with a pen, but don't say anything. They may comment on other people's comments as well. In essence, it is a silent conversation. Participants should write what they like about their peers' rubrics/examples, questions they have or ideas they would like to share - End the session by letting participants read the comments written on their work by their peers and reflecting in small groups - Remind participants to participate in the WikiSpace discussion at least once before the next session Navigation: - This is the last slide for Day 4. Do not click to advance

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review agenda with participants - Participants should sign into their laptops and access their standards from LiveBinders Navigation: - This is the start of the Day 5 slides - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Have participants sign into the PowerTeacher test system - Demonstrate the drop down menu of PowerTeacher for each assignment - Allow participants to try the same tasks on their own laptops - Have participants add an assignment in the gradebook and input scores for different attempts, while checking off the standards addressed Navigation: - Click on the picture to access the PowerTeacher test system (accessible only at JRMS) - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review the steps for uploading SBG standards - Show what the Excel file looks like - Explain that participants will delete the content that is on the file and replace it with their own content, leaving the headings - Facilitate group as they upload information - Remind participants to participate in WikiSpaces before the next and last session! Navigation: - Click on the link to open up the Excel SBG Template - This is the last slide for Day 5. Do not click to advance

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review agenda with participants Navigation: - This is the beginning of the Day 6 slides - Click on the screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Pose question on slide to participants and use SmartBoard to generate a list of ideas Navigation: Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Pose question on slide to participants and use SmartBoard to generate a list of ideas

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Have participants access intro letters website through WikiSpaces - Ask participants to look at these letters and compare them to the list of brainstormed ideas - Ask participants to create their own draft letter to parents - Have participants trade letters with a peer and edit each other's work Navigation: - Click on the picture to access the website (opens in new window) - Click on screen to advance to the next slide

Instructor Notes/Detailed Script: - Review steps for the remainder of the session - During this time, answer clarifying questions, but do not help participants with their own work - Stress that WikiSpaces will remain open for future participants' use! Navigation: - End of presentation