Transcript: Changing Standards and Curriculum Technology Intergration Is technology incorporated in all aspects of instruction? Do students have equal access to technology? Do students have time to use and access the internet? Are resources efficient? School have web page? Is there technology for student publishing? Students are trusted with technology? Do opportunities develop tech skills? Integrated use of technology? Does technology increase efficiency? Data used for making decisions? Do you have Technology plan? Teachers plan to integrate technology into lessons? Teachers apply technology (EDMODO...)? Apply to instructional strategies and to meet the needs of students as well? Teachers have access to technology? Teachers get follow-up training? Teachers know how to use data? Curriculum promotes achievement? Do you have challenging instructional objectives? School help student personal growth? Promotes citizenship development? Provide for opportunities to showcase interpersonal skills? Gain technological skills? Organization of the school prepare students for the next level? Is organized so that all students to be able to achieve and move to higher level courses? (not just a honors program, wants every child to be able to go to another level, this also looks at how we tailor daily instruction) Can students take more challenging coursework? Is there movement among achievement groups? Do you have special education and challenging courses available? (gifted and talented challenges courses; ESL/at-risk and challenging courses) Special needs students are mainstreamed? Continuous curriculum renewal? (digital 1:1, common core) Student data adds to the curriculum? (STAR, STARNET, Benchmark testing) if failed assessment, do we give remediation (student and teacher)? Staff supports and cares for students? Hiring practices Effective Hiring practices (Do you let your teachers give a test lesson before hire?, bring in students) Is the school safe and orderly? Is there a age appropriate drug prevention program? Is there classroom management strategies/theory? Has there been a reduction of negative behaviors ?(i.e. teachers 3 yrs or more usually know more about this than the new teachers; mentoring class for new teachers would be useful to communicate information such as this) Is the school building design and learning effective? Is the school building clean? Is there a focus on achievement? Calls to the school friendly? Are parents welcome to the school? Is building in good repair? School furnishings help student learning? Building bright and cheerful? Is there a display of student work and art? Is technology incorporated in all aspects of instruction? Do students have equal access to technology? Do students have time to use and access the internet? Are resources efficient? School have web page? Is there technology for student publishing? Students are trusted with technology? Do opportunities develop tech skills? Integrated use of technology? Does technology increase efficiency? Data used for making decisions? Do you have Technology plan? Teachers plan to integrate technology into lessons? Teachers apply technology (EDMODO...)? Apply to instructional strategies and to meet the needs of students as well? Teachers have access to technology? Teachers get follow-up training? Teachers know how to use data? Indicators of Success School Organization and Culture Professional Community Is technology incorporated in all aspects of instruction? Do students have equal access to technology? Do students have time to use and access the internet? Are resources efficient? School have web page? Is there technology for student publishing? Students are trusted with technology? Do opportunities develop tech skills? Integrated use of technology? Does technology increase efficiency? Data used for making decisions? Do you have Technology plan? Teachers plan to integrate technology into lessons? Teachers apply technology (EDMODO...)? Apply to instructional strategies and to meet the needs of students as well? Teachers have access to technology? Teachers get follow-up training? Teachers know how to use data? Blue Ribbon Strategies Vision and Mission categories and the needs of students Does the data drive the priorities? Comprehension support services? Transitions from grade level to grade level and from school to school and within? Parents informed? Are rules explained to them? Do students have a voice in planning? Encourage every student to participate in some club or activity Make sure you have your counselors working with special needs students; how? Active Teaching and Learning Student Focus and Support School Family and Community Partnerships Will look at data for teachers (absences,write-ups, SGP, grades) Curriculum impacts students in any way? Have Curriculum listed. Do you have it and is it effective? Do you have Foriegn languarge? Is curriculum aligned to all standards? Do you have alterrnative instructional strategies? Do teachers have high
Transcript: The ribbon also helped the children in 2011 who were protesting in chile. The protests were for education purposes, bragging for better learning.This movement was named the chilean winter. The light blue ribbon supports Prostate cancer awareness (sky blue. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK, with over 40,000 people being infected every year. Symptoms often only become apparent when your prostate is large enough to affect the urethra that is the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the penis. protests in Chile. Prostate Cancer. twin to twin transfusion light Blue Ribbon This is a random abnormality of a placenta that causes one identical twin to receive less than normal amounts of blood supply during pregnancy while the other receives too much. The babies share blood vessels in their placenta that cause an imbalance of blood flow and nutrients between them.
Transcript: Help people realize they are at risk for diabetes. Realized how severe diabetes already is. Realized how much we can impact this. Realized how we can change. Helps the diabetics. Improves future generation. Improves overall healthcare. Self-satisfactory. Challenging Engaging Meaningful Eye Opener Challenging BLUE RIBBON Meaningful Why did we do it? What is it? What did we do? Our mission and goal How? OBSTACLES: GETTING ALL THE PERMISSIONS RAISING FUNDS Being acknowledged by JIS PEDULI RAISING AWARENESS Engaging BY: Mary.C And Macy.G 4 foundations INTRODUCTION Eye Opener Builds a community. through a website and club. A lot of cooperation with multiple people involved. Form new relationships. getting to know the staff on another level.
Transcript: What do We have Staff and Volunteers Social Enterprise Facil Enlist a group of community members to join the work and put the project in motion. Info Toolkit Board Development Facilities Future Planning Annual Event Finance Programming Outreach & Development Membership Digital Redwoods Social Enterprise PUBLIC Spectrum and Rights of Way ASSETS Channels Archive Digital Bulletin Board Online Ops. Tools Overview Synthesize Results Access to Community Media Center Field Equipment Studio Space Post-production Facilities Media production workshops & Training Peer networking opportunities (HIP) (Section One) State & Local Policy PUBLIC MEDIA Production Archiving Distribution Board Committees Digital soapbox (Humboldt County Residents) Production Assistance Info Toolkit (Section Two) Media Distribution Public Safety Logistics Created in 2006 by the Cities and County of Humboldt (Section Four) ICT Public Education N E T W O R K Resources ? Elected Directors (6) Info Toolkit P E G Elected by the membership. Training and Education Digital Media Production Broadband Innovation Record Keeping Launch Initiative Planning for Action Facility Access P E G County of Humboldt Cities of Arcata, Eureka, Fortuna, Blue Lake, Ferndale and Rio Dell League of Women Voters of Humboldt County Nonprofit organizations Eureka City Schools Humboldt County Office of Education (K-12) schools Humboldt State University College of the Redwoods By any media necessary Sixteen (16) voting members EDUC 8 CIVIC 10 AH 11 AH 12 Knight Foundation Commission on the information needs of communities in a democrary COMMUNITY INFORMATION TOOLKIT PROCESS Digital Redwoods Public Policy Community Assets Programming New Media ublic - ducation - overnment Gather Data Board of Directors Empowered (Work Group) Training Development Membership Services Community Media Center What do We do Field - video/ audio/ lighting Studio - flexible and live Post production animation/gfx Overview (Work Group) PEG Network Local Needs & Interests Utility Regulation Consumer Protection ? Services Programming Overview Admin Designated Directors (8) Comprehensive Community Infrastrucure Next Generation Federal Policy Gather data about your local information environment using two simple research tools: the Community Information Checklist amd the Community Information Scavenger Hunt. Drupal Analyze the data collected with a reporting tool called the Community Information Scorecard to help visualize and communicate findings. Local Voices Public Health Host community workshops to kick off the initiative to explore the role information can play in addressing local opportunities and challenge. Community Media TODAY Policy Broadband Media Access Human Resources Localism Diversity Competition Accounting Overview "Local Voices through Community Media" Bring stakeholders back together for a second workshop to use the finding to inform an action plan and build momentum to improve your community's information environment. Public Service Announcements Digital Media Event coverage Our Logo Outreach and Fund Development Info Toolkit TV Channels Community Media Center Meeting coverage Franchise oversight Broadband Development Anchors, Networks + Adoption Digital Literacy Youth Media Training & Workforce Development (Section Three) Overview INFORMATION ECOSYSTEMS Getting Started Appointed by the majority of the Board. Dedicated Fiber + Wireless Broadband Transport Old Media Advocacy Info Toolkit community anchor networks Productions Public Works Productions = Community Media Member services Internet access Program and info exchange Community Anchor Networks Pull On-Demand Democratized Viral model Crowd Sourced Access Humboldt Maintenance CiviCRM Appointed Directors (2) Google (Section Five "Local Voices through Community Media" Franchise Oversight Local Digital Media Assets Push Time Based Top-Down Scarcity model Monetized CHannels Community Media - History Digital Rio Dell Access Humboldt Libraries (Oysters and Ale fundraiser) Eureka Muni-Hub Humboldt Community Access Network (HCAN)
Transcript: Blue Ribbon Streets Attributes Attributes What factors drive your decision when looking to purchase ice-cream? Variety of flavours Variety of flavours Blue Ribbon flavours Packaging Packaging Packaging Price Strengths Weaknesses COMPANY LOGO Target Market Target Market Areas of improvement Ages 25 years old & under Asian background Solution Packaging Social media exposure Age groups Age AGES 25 & UNDER Nationality Nationality Level of Nationality The Problem Solution Blue Ribbon Marketing Strategies The current solution Our solution Shortage of brand knowledge Increased market share Cow & Moon collaboration + increase advertising Limited exposure of ice cream flavours + lack of advertising on existing products Attitudes Attitudes Affective component: largest difference reflected in craving Connoisseur rated 3.475/5 vs Blue Ribbon rated 2.75/5 Recommendation Recommendation Our Soltuion Our Solution Change consumer attitudes Target Gen Y & Gen X Improve social media exposure Launch new product Advertise accordingly Product Product Cow & Moon
Transcript: Who are we? What do we do? Getting Started Technology: A Possible Starting Point for You? Open Space Technology Designed to deal with real "business" issues Adult collaboration: learning and reflection are required. ILT 2010-2011: Using Feedback to Improve Student Work and Further Engage Students in their Learning ILT 2011-2012: Instructional Goal Learning Cohorts Julie: Influence on Individual Practice In the past four years, I have learned: To take risks with technology To take advantage of the experts around me To collaborate more with colleagues to improve student learning To give students more ownership over their learning To have more confidence in myself as an educator Strategic and Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-bound Flipping the Classroom (by Taylor Pelletier) Comic Life Collaborative Projects firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Our relationships and our learning directly affect how we collaborate and create learning opportunities for students. When students understand that their work is not just for their teacher to grade, not just for their peers to see, when they understand it is a product that could become public and feedback could come from outside the classroom, they'll try harder, take more pride in their work, and be driven to do their best. Meghan: Effect on Team Culture Focal Student By the end of the third quarter, all students will demonstrate proficiency in informative/explanatory writing by meeting 3 out of the 6 grade level benchmarks outlined in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks for ELA. Writing will be assessed through a standards-based rubric which will include the following components: a) Introduce a topic in a clear, organized way. b) Develop the topic with relevant facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples. c) Use appropriate transitions. d) Use precise, subject-specific language. e) Establish and maintain a formal style. f) Include a concluding statement/section that logically follows the information presented. Effect on Team Culture What do you notice? 6th Grade Special Education and ELA Teachers Teaching Teachers Peer Feedback Two Teachers' Perspectives Senteo Moodle Relationships build Common experiences are shared Expertise is shared Literacy CFG (look at student and teacher work) Find a place to learn something. Follow "the Rule of Two Feet." Be willing to share what you are learning What occurs when teachers collaborate and learn with one another? ATLAS Protocol Change in tone of team meetings How does OST work? with the ILT at Parker Audience Greater than One Our contact information: Team Goal: Looking at Student Work Together Teachers Teaching Teachers Work from each class Research-based Text-based discussions Protocols, structures, and norms Data collection Assess results, determine next steps Recorders: collect feedback from staff Teachers held to expectatons: Produce real lessons, with real results. Open Space Technology Podcasting Working theory: Adapting assignments to AGTO Period check-ins in small groups: "tune assignments, troubleshoot, support" Open House: celebrate student work Surveyed students and teachers: students enjoyed activities, felt uncomfortable giving feedback Getting Started with Blogs Editing Checklist Grading Book Discussion See students of all abilities in different environments Coherent Classroom Management Questioning Techniques Opened the Doors: Sharing Instructional Practices Encouraging Connections Literacy and Math Across the Team Observe the focal student in a class other than your own. Bring copies of observation notes to meeting, as well as a piece of that student's work. Student Engagement Instructional Leadership SMART goals: Outcomes "Creating Work for an Audience Greater Than One" 6th Grade Special Education Math Teacher Teacher-Led Technology Workshops at Parker Doug Lyons, Meghan Lockwood, Julie Merrill Parker Middle School, Reading, MA Individual Practice Simply. Ground rules: SmartBoard Basics / Varsity SmartBoard What are the instructional implications? Student Engagement: World Cafe forum Wikis Year 2: Peer Observations 7th Grade Math Teacher The Instructional Leadership Team Document Camera Basics Adapted from SRI and Open Space Technology: A User's Guide, Harrison Owen, Abbot Publishing, Potomac, Maryland, 1992 What is this student working on? "We have to change the way we talk about kids." Goal:
Transcript: Blue Ribbon winners have the most legendary ships to go in the ocean.The years haven't been kind to those ships that won the race like,Lusitania and Rex,were sunk during the world wars. A man named Harold k.Hales a member of the british parliment and the owner of a shiping company.He asked Charles Holiday to make a big trophy to give to the fastest ship crossing the Atlantic.The trophy was known as The Hales Trophy. Traveling Trophy 1.www.bluebird.electric.net/the blue_ribband.htm 2.www.ocregister.com 3.www.teamgreatbritain.com 4.https://lowell silverman.wordpress.com 5.daily mailco.uk And The Winner Is.... Rms Queen Mary What Happened to the winners ships.... Trophy Ss United States Branson broke the record for the East Bound Translantic speed record and the name of his boat is Virginia Atlantic Challenger II but,he didn't get the trophy because it wasn't commercial. The first award was given to the Italian liner Rex in 1934.Almost immediately after Normandie from France got the trophy. Rex Normandie On June 29th1986 Richard Lusitiana Only two Blue Ribbon winners still float The Rms Queen Mary,and Ss United States.SS United States has been the winner since 1952. The sites The Not commercial Virginia Atlantic Challenger II Blue Ribbon
Transcript: School Organization & Culture School, Family, & Community Partnerships Active Teaching & Learning - School leaders make changes that are beneficial in helping students learn - Students understand the role & responsibilities of the principal & teachers - Use verifiable information to improve course offerings - Use research-based, best-instructional practices to improve instruction - Use the BRSE assessment to identify "Five Focus Areas for Improvement" - Leadership for change - Everyone understands the role of leader - Ongoing assessment for improvement - Evidence supports programs - Instructional practices use evidence - Addresses challenges 1. Maximize utilization of the one-to-one laptop program. 2. Transform GHS into a Professional Learning Community (PLC). 3. Classroom instruction must be dynamic & engaging. 4. Develop an effective program for Response to Intervention (RtI). 5. Create a cultural awareness that effectively responds to the recent changes in demographics. Challenging Standards & Curriculum Professional Community Student Focus & Support NEXT STEPS: Technology Integration Five Focus Areas for Improvement: Leadership & Educational Vitality Blue Ribbon Review AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT:
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