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Survey of Enacted Curriculum for Lead Teachers Print E-mail
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Friday, 09 September 2005
Lead Teachers:  The Survey of Enacted Curriculum


All Lead Teachers are expected to complete this survey sometime in September or early part of October.  The survey represents an important means of evaluating the NC-PIMS project.  While each Lead Teacher will receive individual results, only the aggregate results over all are to be reported as part of the project evaluation.  The Survey of Enacted Curriculum (SEC), which has been a joint effort of the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), the Wisconsin Center for Educational Research and TERC (Cambridge, MA), and has also been used by programs of our North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.  A brochure on the SEC may be viewed from the CCSSO website (www.ccsso.org). 

You may also obtain additional information at the address: http://www.ccsso.org/projects/Surveys_of_Enacted_Curriculum/

Additional information about the SEC and NC-PIMS:

    The advantages to Lead Teachers is that each Lead Teacher will receive individual results, which will inform them about the degree to which their mathematics teaching is aligned with and supports the North Carolina Standard Course of Study.  As a teacher, you might want to know that and even eager to learn about your individual classroom teaching.  As always, the individual results are to be held secure and private and are not reported (except to the individual teacher) or made available to anyone outside the secure database maintained by CCSSO and the Center for Educational Research and Evaluation at UNCG.  Only the aggregated results will be reported and used by UNCG to evaluate the NC-PIMS project.  CCSSO will report the results only to UNCG.

 

    The SEC may be taken Online from the CCSSO Web site or in hard copy (paper/pencil) forms.  The Online version may be taken at more than one sitting.  Individual passwords will be assigned and the procedure will be explained to Lead Teachers by NC-PIMS Facilitators and/or staff members from the Center for Education Research and Evaluation at UNCG.

 

    This information is provided to you at this time to remind you of the survey and that it is near the time for Lead Teachers to receive their individual passwords and information for how to complete the survey.  We are again asking for your support as an NC-PIMS  Lead Teacher to respond in a timely fashion.  The survey is important for the evaluation of NC-PIMS and essential for our continued support from the National Science Foundation.

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