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Transcript: The model uses: information collected by groups research by national bodies An online data portal allows groups to: generate questionnaires submit data Questions... cost benefit Basic • Waste prevented • Waste diverted • CO2 emissions avoided • Energy savings • Financial outputs Savings from collection and disposal Consumer cost savings Value of volunteer time Benefits: Local Authorities How Standard Plus: Quarterly reports by group More detailed quarterly report for network Portal hosted on network webpage Social Value Act results use model assumptions, attributions and averages More representative of community action as a whole Established from the bottom up: CAG Consultation and feedback Activity development Portal development Using real data about activities Peer reviewed: Resource Futures Environmental Change Institute Included in Defra's Waste Prevention Plan Benefits: Community Groups Standard Data collection environmental impact reduction Results 65 events Prevented a total of 30 tonnes of waste of which 26 diverted from landfill Authority cost saving of £3977 Consumer cost saving of £162,598 Avoided carbon emissions 46 tonnes A total of 1,400 hours of organiser time at a value of £18,000 The CAG Project Greeniversity Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University Oxford Open Homes Discussions between Resource Futures, Leicestershire County Council and Oxfordshire County Council Resource prevention monitoring tool Local Authorities, community groups and volunteers to calculate the impact of individual and collective activities National application Benefits: engage new audiences Swap shops Future opportunities Benefits: Proposed packages Benefits: Why • Organisation numbers and hours • Attendee numbers and hours • Number of activities • Qualitative outcomes Premium Community Impact Modelling Tool Basic Plus: Results from the model Quarterly reports for the network Analysis of results highlighting trends and providing national comparisons More bespoke package What Access to the portal Enter information Activity outcomes Thank you Development Activity outputs best practice Current users focus activities Log of information Portal results Access to surveys The community impact modelling tool estimates the impacts that community led activities have on: Waste prevention/reduction Waste diversion from landfill Avoided carbon emissions Energy savings Authority cost savings Consumer cost savings motivate volunteers support funding

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Transcript: $150,000 1 year grant Innovative & research-based Professional Development Counselors Administrators Teachers Title I & III Student Achievement a) Region 2 At Risk Students achieved: b) Region 2 BE/ESL/LEP Students achieved: Dysfunctional home life Attendance issues Skill gaps Language barriers Lack of resources * Lack of motivation/apathetic MINDSET MINDSET {noun} a set of beliefs or a way of thinking that determines one's behavior, outlook and mental attitude FIXED Vs. GROWTH MINDSETS "In a fixed mindset students believe their basic abilities, their intelligence, their talents, are just fixed traits... their goal becomes to look smart all the time and never look dumb." "In a growth mindset students understand their talents and abilities can be developed through effort, good teaching and persistence. They don't think that everyone's the same or anyone can be Einstein, but they believe everyone can get smarter if they work at it." - Carol Dweck "When we are trying to motivate students the energy is coming from us. When we help students discover their own motivation, and challenge them to act on it, more of the energy is coming from them." Larry Ferlazzo Promoting a growth mindset in the classroom... Create a series of online modules with video introductions, examples, interactive components and necessary resources to allow educators to understand the methodology of how to facilitate a growth mindset (utlizing a student's existing sparks), how to appropriately praise students and moving towards developing grit. * Provide on-going training and technical assistance * Assist administrators in supporting teachers and implementation "what to look for" * Facilitate counselors with lesson development and individual and group discussions BY May 2015 - Prepare Course Modules Online & Face 2 Face Schedule Speaker(s) - August 2015 Reserve Facility Advertise Event - Advertise Training Branding Courses Begin - August 2015 Ongoing Communication & Support Refine and Extend Course Content Gather Data - STAAR scores 2016 Budget Allocations Excellence can be learned A problem shared... "If they do, it simply means we did not accurately gauge their potential in the first place" - from the film 'GATTACA' SPARKS MOTIVATION “The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.” ~ Plutarch Conceive it, Believe it, Achieve it. Harvard Business Review Matrix Partners preso! Promoting a growth mindset & developing grit * Sparks, Growth mindset, Grit development provide implementation tools Challenging underachievement and poor attainment & make gains to close the gaps for Title I & III Students Help! Engage Stakeholders Many people simply don't believe that anyone can exceed their potential... Have a leading researcher(s) & practicioners share their findings and what the potential impact this paradigm shift will have for our educational system and students TIMELINEs GOAL SETTING GRIT Carol Dweck Why are these students struggling? Schools will see improvement in the following critical success factors: 1. Student Achievement 2. School Climate 3. Teacher Quality 4. Increased Learning Time Grit is defined by educational researcher Angela Duckworth as "perseverance and passion for long-term goals" Any questions? support Implementation & Monitoring Efforts Through a combined and consistent effort... What is the cause? Problem Statements Root Cause Analysis Process * Ignite growth mindset & grit development movement in region How to lower the cost of enterprise sales? We all have potential - as educators we have a duty to enable others to maximize theirs... students and staff _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 121199 THE POWER OF When students struggle and have a chronic history lacking in success, they tend to have a negative mindset about their abilities. They begin to develop a "why try" attitude when confronted with tasks that are perceived to be beyond their capability. The challange for educators lies in getting such students to overcome their beliefs so they start putting forth effort and become motivated in order to help themselves learn. Train Carol Dweck Eduardo Briseno Angela Duckworth Joanne Billingsley Mandy Benedix The inner passions, interests and talents catalyze the drive for personal growth along the road to thriving. Sparks—when illuminated and nurtured—give young people joy, energy, and direction... They have the power to change a young person's life from one of 'surviving' to 'thriving'. —Dr. Peter Benson Search Institute Meet the Team (Holiday Style) Stanford University Dweck discovered a host of profound findings about the impact of receiving (perceived) positive and negative praise. Through her research, psychologists now believe a growth mindset is the cornerstone of motivation, productivity and success for every student.

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