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Our Journey to Design 2015

The ACPS journey to Design 2015 begins with our objective to prepare every student to graduate citizenship, workforce and college ready with a set of skills that will positively impact our community, quality of life, and economic vitality.

Jennifer Butler

on 25 September 2015

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Transcript of Our Journey to Design 2015

Our Journey to Design 2015
Instructional Coaching Model
Design 2015
Framework for Quality Learning
Professional Learning Community (PLC)
Team of teachers working together in an ongoing cycle of questions that promotes deep team learning and leads to higher levels of student achievement
Learning Walks
Method of evaluating the instruction being delivered by teachers and the learning being mastered by students
Lifelong-Learner Competencies
Teacher Performance Appraisal (TPA)
The Teacher Performance Appraisal includes performance rubrics designed to guide
self-assessment and reflection
based on professional practice. The Teacher Performance Appraisal is based on seven standards of teaching:

The mission of the Instructional Coaching Model is to promote a culture of collaborative, public, and reflective
practice, supporting the continuous
improvement of curriculum, assessment,
and instruction by partnering with teachers
to actualize professional goals.

It's all about transferring skills into practice.
Design 2015 is a learning grant aimed at blending
best practices from the last century with those of the 21st century for the purposes of
increasing student performance
redefining optimal learning
, and
ensuring that quality learning occurs
for all young people
enrolled in our schools.

Learn more at:
Knowledge of students (10%)
Knowledge of content & planning (10%)
Instructional delivery (10%)
Safe, effective learning environment (10%)
Communication & collaboration (10%)
Professionalism (10%)
Assessment of learning & student academic progress (40%)

A New Need:
Implement concept-centered curricula, backward design, and other
FQL concepts in the classroom.
Our Response:
Introduce a shift in professional development aimed at connecting ...
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