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Paisley Park High School

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Ben Bauer

on 27 October 2016

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Transcript of Paisley Park High School

Paisley Park High School
Consensus & Conflict
What Paisley Park is
"Art is about building a new foundation, not just lying something on top of what’s already there. "
-Prince Rogers Nelson
Habit of Inquiry #1
Our Shared Vision
Habit of Inquiry #3
Habit of Inquiry #4
Habit of Inquiry #5
In Closing
We believe that winning teams are a direct result of winning cultures. Therefore, creating the right school culture will set the tone and help us weather any climate changes that arise. As Prince’s quote points out, Art is about building a new and better foundation. Therefore, It is not enough to simply cover over the existing foundations, we must build our foundation without any cracks that our students can fall through. As an Administrative team we understand that this process of development for teachers and students are intertwined and directly influence one another. As a high school community, we will continue to grow with each other and push ourselves to higher levels of knowledge and practice.
Our teachers are working in collaborative teams to establish essential learning targets for each curriculum unit, our guarantees.
Guaranteed essential learning: Pacing Guides, Priority Standards, Common Assessments, Common Rubrics & Inter-rater Reliability.
All students will learn the essential skills no matter what classroom they are sitting in.
By developing trust, teams are able to begin evaluating the student learning that is taking place, focusing on our teaching strategies, rather than focusing on teachers themselves.
We foster conversation and dialogue regarding our pedagogy and use assessments as a means rather than an end
Acting Purposefully While Gathering Data
Analyzing Data Collaboratively
Informed team action planning
We will critically re evaluate and question the systems that have been utilized in the past
We will ask ourselves growth focused questions such as, Do these systems work? or Do we fear change? What does the data say about my methods? What is best practice?
We will keep our intervention process fluid, so that we can tailor our Response To Interventions to meet the needs of the individuals.
We will work together to support students by objectively identifying deficit areas.
We will provide Push-in and Pull-out opportunities for reteaching and enrichment.
"The illiterate of the 21st Century, are not going to be the people who cannot read or write, the illiterate of the 21st Century are going to be the people who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn..."
- Alvin Tolffer
Our Narrative
Our teams have established norms that will provide groups with a solid foundation that can be built upon to become more effective educators.
When bonded to a purpose, we can move towards our goal as a team.
We will build upon our success by pooling our shared knowledge.
Our teams use the Art of Mindful Inquiry - allows our teams to assume positive intentions and seek clarification when conflicts arise.
With continued growth and hard work, we take time to celebrate our success, no matter the size.
Our core skills are non-negotiable as we expect all students to master these skills and build upon them through further curriculum instruction.
Our teams are creating, implementing and analyzing common formative assessments.
Teams formulate SMART goals that are student centered and focus on instructional strategies and the shared vision of Paisley Park.
Through a data cycle, teams engage in authentic conversations surrounding student learning.
When assessments are used in combination with data collection, our students can achieve at a higher level.
Our teams will monitor progress on standards by frequent formative assessments, which will help to initialize conversations in our professional learning teams.
Using frequent formative assessments aides our students in seeing where they can grow, what they have mastered within the standards assessed and allows for timely feedback by our teachers.
All teams will benefit from frequent learning checks in order to provide the most current and appropriate interventions.
The teachers will see what is working and the students will find out where they are on their journey toward mastering the standards.


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