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Leadership 3.0 Common Core-ize Your PD!

How 'presenters' can stop presenting Common Core strategies to teachers and start DOING Common Core facilitated learning with adults.
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Jamie Marantz

on 15 August 2016

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Transcript of Leadership 3.0 Common Core-ize Your PD!

An Example
Depth of Knowledge
PowerPoint...
Participant Outcomes
Individually. . .
Brainstorm:
(3 minutes)
2. Generate a list of or
cognitive skills or
outcomes for students
that are at the
heart of the Common Core Standards.
Your Turn To Apply!
In pairs or trios, use either your own material/idea or the Depth of Knowledge PowerPoint, to try your hand at transforming a
presentation
into a learner centered, meaning making activity!
30 minutes
Individually...
3b. Group Storm!
(10 minutes)
One Way To Transform a PowerPoint Presentation Into Learner Centered Experience
1. Create your Learning Outcomes/Targets: What participants will be able to DO with the new knowledge.

Common Core-ize Your PD or Lessons!

Jamie Marantz
Executive Director Core Learning
Alameda County Office of Education
jmarantz@acoe.org

You will identify Common Core principles and instructional strategies.
a. Share Your Ideas with a partner
(2 minute)
You will use an instructional planning tool based on Common core instructional principles to
transform
a
presentation or lesson
into an experience where particpants 'construct their own meaning' .
3a. Thinking of the outcomes or principles you defined, list
some actual
strategies
,

pedagogical structures - tools

or
specific activities
teachers or students would be engaged
in an exemplary Common Core classroom
(3 minutes)
Form groups of 4
Do Now
1. Define or give synonyms for the word:
Presentation
Choose a volunteer to add your group's ideas to the Padlet
2. Choose resources for participants to use to make meaning
3. Design facilitated learning experiences. Include individual, small
group, & whole group interactions to help them make meaning
4. Include formative assessment opportunities at key 'chunks'
* Look back: Where would a technology tool enhance an activity?
5. Design a meaningful application for the new knowledge
Find another group, share
your ideas for the
transformation
Transformed
!
performance,
report,

talk,
lecture,

exhibition,

demonstration,

speech,

seminar,

address,

allocution,

appearance,
arrangement
,

production,

exposition,

award,

giving,
bestowment,

benefaction,

staging
....
Together. . .
b. Listen to your partners ideas
(2 minute)
c. Note similarities-differences
(3 minute)
PADLET: http://padlet.com/core1/NL
How: Our Theory of Action
Define Meaningful Real World Outcome(s)
an
Authentic
Application
Experience
'Inputs' -
Meaning Making Resources
Formative Assessment
Learning Path
using the 4 C's:
Common Core
Concept
PD/Lesson Design
Choose
Create...
Describe
Reflect
Why learn this?
What can I do with it?
Texts
Communication
Collaboration
Critical Thinking
Creativity
What is it really?
What is at the core?
Technology
Where and how can technology ENHANCE learning activities?
Graphics

Charts
Websites
Videos
Infuse
Communication: Twitter, Blog, Back channel (Today's Meet), Slideshare
Collaboration: Google Doc/Plus, Padlet, Edmodo, Skype
Critical Thinking: Google docs, Socrative, MindNode(Mac/iOS), FreeMind, Coggle, etc
Creativity: Blog, wevideo/iMovie, Prezi, Keynote, Explain Everything, Book Creator, Paper by 53, SlideShare, Glogster, Screencast-o-matic,
Together...
Presenters:
perform,
report,

talk,
lecture,

exhibit,

demonstrate,

speak,
show,
address,

give,
bestow,

stage...
Learners:
Visula Literacy strategies: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/ccia-10-visual-literacy-strategies-todd-finley
learning Path: Collaborating enhances critical thinking- http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JTE/v7n1/gokhale.jte-v7n1.html?ref=Sawos.Org
Pick One To Evaluate:
LOC PD Modules:
http://www.loc.gov/teachers/professionaldevelopment/selfdirected/
Intel: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/education/k12/teach-elements.html
Math Shell Center: http://map.mathshell.org/static/draft/pd/modules/1_Formative_Assessment/html/index.htm
http://goo.gl/VDUybk
Why?
“Put simply, formative assessment looks at ends
(or outcomes)
as a way of deciding whether means
(or inputs)
need to be changed.”
W. James Popham, University of California, Los Angeles
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