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Exacerbation to Collaboration

The changing face of collaboration in our school
by

Jessica Barberry

on 31 August 2016

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Transcript of Exacerbation to Collaboration

Kablam
To Dos:
1.
Think from exacerbation to collaboration.
2.
Keep designing
3.
fig. 1
fig. 2
Let's Do It!
4.
Budget
Let's talk money
...dissecting
current
practices
Loop
Zoom
Here's what
instruction looks
like now
Begin by using free resources
"High-impact learning is not about creating a life of efficiency and ease for teachers and leaders. It is about undertaking the challenge of professional work with deep meaning and lifelong impact."
-Douglas Reeves
use a theme or scenario
create a map
include activities in content areas and one way to assess learning
think in terms of not just data acquisition, but also changing awareness.

Emphasize learning activities that are long-term, interdisciplinary and student-centered.
Use Real-world problems that capture students' interest and provoke serious thinking as the students acquire and apply new knowledge in a problem-solving context.
Exacerbation to Collaboration
What we want it to look like
...and don't forget:
keep searching, keep
seeking, keep designing.
so be on the
lookout for
new ideas!

What does collaboration mean to you?
teachers doing the work
individual planning time
lecture based activities
isolated assignments
paper based student assessment
students memorize for limited time
Survey Says:
student lead inquiry
teacher as supporting/assisting learning process
driving question; across curriculum
collaborative planning and learning
various methods of assessments to meet student needs
authentic learning; students create real world connections
engaging students in learning
Future practices......
we cannot assume that teachers or students will dive into collaboration, and have critical conversations in an effective, positive manner; we need to teach ourselves and our students how to provide feedback, create meaningful assessments, and share project ideas.
start with a small group
Design professional development to teach effective collaboration.
Schedule group planning time
Build trust amongst colleagues
incorporates feedback and revision.
Students use peer critique to improve their work to create higher quality products.
Students
Teachers
We've got five minutes to peel this orange.
share
Aug 2012
Teacher Travel (5)
Use Our Own Teachers (2)
Refreshments
Admin meets and plans for development day
Act 48 development day
Sept
Jan
Feb
Mar
April
9th grade Teacher field trip
september
Choose 9th grade collaboration
topic
Determine assessments
Begin group mapping for 3rd term
Institute monthly planning meetings
october
Refine assessment using
Reeves as a guide

Complete map that answers
guiding question or topic
November
Dept. heads prepped
to lead collaboration
sessions with 9th grade
5 ninth grade teachers chosen to
participate in "schools that work"
philly field trip; 2 chosen to be mentors for the school year
Begin pilot project
with 9th grade students,
utilizing teacher mentors with frequent check-ins
Monthly collaboration meetings:
Department heads and teachers
Administration and department heads
to report progress
early august
late august
January
May
June 2013
Admin meets and reviews progress
9th grade teachers continue to meet monthly to share, collaborate, and adjust
Feb-May
9th grade teachers begin to
prepare for final assessments

Has 9th grade answered the question or increased awareness about topic?
early may
Candidates selected among 9th grade pilot teachers to assist 10th and 11th grade teachers with implementation in year 2
9th grade students complete culumnating activity/presentation
early feb
June
9th grade teachers
complete survey about expierence
Mentor teachers for 10th and 11th grade implementation announced
High tech high publishes ideas, webinars, and lesson for free.

Bagles and Donuts (cream cheese included): 15.00 x 10 = 150.00
Coffee provided by Aramark and made in school cafeteria
55.5 cents/mile (194 miles from Hazleton to Philly roundtrip) x 2 = 107.67
75$/ day substitute teacher costs for 5 = 375.00
lunch: 10.00 x 5 = 50.00
Teacher mentor set rate (district standard) 800 x 2 = 1600
Total:
2,282.67
16.3%
21%
4%
0%
7%
27.2%
21%
35.5%
32.6%
23%
23.4%
16%
17.8%
61.5%
1.4%
5.8%
92.8%
21.9%
22.7%
48.4%
35.5%
23.4%
61.5%
92.8%
48.4%
23.4%
14%
44.4%
86.8%
34.5%
32.5%
19.4%
60.4%
89.3%
45.6%
Timeline
Based on what you told us.......
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