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Harbins BYOD Journey

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Cindy Truett

on 8 October 2014

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Transcript of Harbins BYOD Journey

Harbins BYOD Journey
Harbins Elementary School
Our Journey to

Transformation Began with Frameworks for Essential Daily Instructional Practices
Technology as a Tool for Teaching
Tech Tools to Support Your Journey



Essential Questions
for Our PLC Work
1. What do our students need to learn?

2. How will we know if they have learned?

3. How will we respond when they do not learn?

4. What will we do for students who are proficient?
Essential Conditions
for Adult Work
Lab Classes
Every Grade Level in
Literacy and Math
Continuums for
What do the students think about BYOD?
Monthly Template
Round 1
Determine who is number 1, number 2 and number 3.

Question #1
Where is your school on the eClass journey?

2 minutes each - Start with person #1, then person #2, next person #3

Round 2
Question #2

What did you hear or see today that resonated with the eClass journey at your school (or with your plans for your eClass journey)?

2 minutes each- person #2,. person #3, person #1

Round 3
Question #3

What are your next steps in your eCLASS journey?

2 minutes each- person #3, person #1, person #2

D2L Modules

NETS Integration
How are our students doing?
NETS-S 21st Century Skills Assessment Results
Don't Confuse Comfort with Competence
Ground Rules
Stay on Schedule
Talk to Kids
Pictures Okay- not with kids, please
Teacher Questions- Sticky on the poster on the teachers' door
Preserve instructional time and avoid conferring with the teachers

Professional Learning Community

Focus on Learning-not just teaching
Collaborative Culture- work in teams
Honestly Examine Our Current Reality
Collective Inquiry on Best Practices
Action-Oriented- We will learn by doing
Take Risks
Commitment to Continuous Improvement
Results Orientation
Reciprocal Accountability
For every increment of performance I demand from you, I have an equal responsibility to provide you with the capacity to meet that expectation. Likewise, for every investment you make in my skill and knowledge, I have a reciprocal responsibility to demonstrate some new increment in performance." - Richard Elmore
Professional Development EQs
Professional Development Planning EQs

1. What do our teachers need to learn?

2. How will we know if they have learned?

3. How will we respond when they do not learn?

4. What will we do for teachers who are proficient?

5. How will we utilize their talents to build capacity of others?
Implementation Considerations
: Human, Financial, Material, Technology, Time, Structures, Processes, Job-embedded Professional Development

Teacher Leadership Development and Opportunities to Lead
School Improvement Team
Support Team
Curriculum Coaches
Lab Classes

Administration- laser focus on learning
Peer Coaching- Peer Observations
Instructional Coaching
Lesson Study

Awareness and Understanding of the Skills That Students and Staff Need for Success
Action-Oriented- Learn by Doing
Frameworks- Shared Commitments

Examining the Work We Ask Students to Do
Focus on Learning
Job-Embedded Professional Development- Continuous Improvement
Build Shared Knowledge
Collective Responsibility for Results
Collaborative Teams for Varying Purposes
Risk-free environment

Collective Responsibility to Develop Others and Get Results
Monitoring Student Progress and Data Analysis
Self-Assessment and Professional Goal Setting
Staff and Students Set Goals and Monitor Progress
Celebrate Success
Technology as a Tool for Learning
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