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Student Work Study Teachers-Introduction

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Tina Zita

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of Student Work Study Teachers-Introduction

What is a Student Work Study Teacher (SWST)? Power of CO
Open-to-learning stance
Asset-oriented approach describe student learning through observation, listening, interviews and field notes
document observations of the student experience(gather evidence)
use questions and prompts to uncover student thinking
analyze evidence of student learning leading to possible theories of action
reference research to understand and inform the study Teacher Researcher Board Collaboration Ministry School Students Parents Host Teacher Involvement have an interest in collaborative inquiry(volunteer)
open learning stance and curiosity about how students think and learn
assist in the collection of student work
release time provided to participate in inquiry process
another pair of eyes in the classroom
resources Student Selection SWST and classroom teacher make selection after observation and conversation
focused data collection and observation for 2-3 students in each classroom
student work samples collected according to parental consent forms Inquiry Details Philosophy of SWS share notes and observations of how students perceive and approach the work
co-reflect on possible next steps using relevant and appropriate research and resources for student success
consider and use materials and strategies to move student learning forward while documenting and analyzing observations
explore Ministry and board resources relevant to inform the work
co-plan rich tasks that incorporate critical and creative thinking
participate as a co-learner
share the learning and the approach with others two days at each school
first cycle: September to January, February to June
two suppositions are required incorporating literacy and numeracy at both primary and junior divisions
SWST scheduling requires flexibility to allow for collection, analysis, interpretation of evidence and writing the report
classroom visits may end and or be narrowed down to allow SWSTs to analyze , interpret evidence and write the report Reflections &
Next Steps What are your expectations of the SWST initiative?
How will this benefit my school?
How do you see your role within the SWST inquiry? Inform staff of the Student Work Study Teacher Initiative
Provide a list of teachers' names, that have volunteered, to your SWS Teacher
Co-ordinate a time with your SWS Teacher to attend your school for an informal visit prior to student observation
Support ongoing co-learning meetings between the SWST and classroom teachers
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