Career/College Readiness and Global Competence, A Whole School Approach

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In this session, participants will experience the journey of a large comprehensive High School (2,700 students), in our pursuit to implement a whole school ISSN model. We will layout our plan and discuss several of the steps that we have taken toward ensuring that we meet our mission that ALL Oak Hills High School students will experience success by graduating with a shared sense of Global Awareness and the critical skills to be career and college ready.

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<ul><li> 1. Career/CollegeReady and Globally CompetentA whole school approach</li></ul> <p> 2. Oak Hills High SchoolPresenters:Robert SehlhorstAssistant SuperintendentOak Hills Local School Districtsehlhorst_r@ohlsd.orgJohn StoddardCurriculum, Instruction and Assessment AdministratorOak Hills High Schoolstoddard_j@ohlsd.org 3. Oak Hills High School 4. About Oak Hills Large comprehensive High School Approximately 2,700 students 150 teachers Suburban Public School District Southwest corner of Ohio 5. Cincinnati, Ohio 6. Cincinnati, Ohio 7. Cincinnati, Ohio 8. Global QuizDirections: Please take a couple of minutes to answer the questions to this short quiz individually When you have finished your quiz, please turn it over Please move to the designated area of the room based on your answer 9. What is the percentage US high schoolstudents who go on to college?a. 78%b. 44%c. 52%d. 22% ACT - 2011 10. What is the percentage of people who finishtheir bachelors degree within six years ofstarting college? a. 68% b. 78% c. 56% d. 29%"Pathways to Prosperity" study Harvard University 2011 11. What is the percentage of people who finishtheir associates degree within 3 years ofstarting? a. 56% b. 68% c. 29% d. 78%"Pathways to Prosperity" study Harvard University 2011 12. What percentage of people over the age of 5spoke a language other than English at home in2010? a. 45% b. 10%c.5% d. 20%2010 US Census Bureau 13. Aside from English, what language is mostwidely spoken in the US? a. Frenchb. Spanish c. Germand. Mandarin 2010 US Census Bureau 14. What percentage of the US economic output isbased on foreign trade?a. 5% b. 25% c. 45% d. 10% Council on Foreign Relations, Campaign 2012 15. Who is the largest trade partner with the US? a. Chinab. Mexico c. Japand. CanadaUS Department of Commerce 16. In your opinion, what is the best way toimplement a Global Curriculum into a school?a. Academy Approachb. Whole School Approach 17. 41% 18. Why the disconnect? 19. Gatekeeping 20. Tradition vs. Relevance 21. Matching Education toWorkforce DemandWe need to do abetter job ofcounselingstudents in thereality ofworkforcedemands. 22. Why Alignment?Beyond Matching 23. Onto Transformation 24. "The path of least resistance and leasttrouble is amental rut already made.It requires troublesome work to undertake the alternation of oldJohn Dewey,beliefs."1859-1952 25. Career/College Ready andGlobally Competenthttp://oakhills.k12.oh.us/OHHS/index.html 26. Whole School Implementation Escape Velocity Early Success is essential Word of Mouth Marketing Teacher Leaders Student Leaders Community members Student Testimonials They are hungry for more 27. Whole School ImplementationYear 1: 25 Key Lead teachers Foundational Belief Training for all 25 12 teachers trained at Ohio GPS retreat Train the trainer Release time to collaborate At least 2 Global Tasks implemented 28. Whole School ImplementationYear 2: Half of the staff trained 50 more teachers (Wave 2) Foundational Belief Training assisted by leadteachers Re-created GPS retreat training facilitated by leadteachers Delayed Start professional time given forcollaboration At least 2 tasks implemented by wave 2 At least 4 tasks implemented by wave 1 Task calendar created 29. Whole School ImplementationYear 3: 100% of staff trained Remaining 75 staff members System for promoting leadership among wave 1 and2 staff members Foundational Belief Training assisted by leadteachers Re-created GPS retreat training facilitated by leadteachers Delayed Start professional time given forcollaboration At least 2 tasks implemented by wave 3 At least 4 tasks implemented by wave 1 and 2 Task calendar updated 30. Whole School ImplementationYear 4: Grant has expired Key staff have been trained to continue growth of theISSN model All teachers will implement at least 4 tasks Task calendar maintained Student leadership group created Teacher and student leaders will lead Middle andElementary Schools in Implementing ISSN model End goal is to be an ISSN District (9 schools) 8,200 students 31. Our MissionAll Oak Hills High School students will achievesuccess by graduating with a shared sense ofglobal awareness and the critical skills to becareer and college ready. 32. Creation of a System Instruction Curriculum Assessment 33. InstructionInstruction Instruction Curriculum Task Design Technology 4 Facets French Bridge Project Global Outreach 34. Task Design 35. Technology 36. 4 Facets of College Readiness https://docs.google.com/a/ohlsd.org/file/d/13N4V9Y9x_a- UO5sO0wpnJZoLhcF4_6k3AQbUNB0d_uZgRjZtpRUVAIlMQH_B/edit 37. French Bridge Project 38. Global Outreach Global Competence Seminars 39. Global Outreach International School Partnerships Dingolfing, Germany Guilin, China Antigua, Guatemala Rouen, France 40. Global Outreach Global Awareness Breakout Sessions 41. CurriculumInstructionCurriculum Academic Maps Global Competence Rubrics World Language -AP- College Board Programs of Study 42. Academic MapsExample: American History 43. Global Competence Rubrics Scoring Dimensions for each pillar No Evidence Emerging Developing Proficient/College Ready Advanced 44. World Language - AP - College Board 45. Programs of Study 46. Assessment Instruction Curriculum Assessment 47. Assessment 48. Results How do we know that the needle is pointedin the right direction? 49. 5 Yr. Trend Data 50. ACT Value Added Summary 51. Quality Core EOC Value Added Study 52. ACT Explore-Plan LinkageACT Plan Composite Data*Matched Students Meeting College Readiness Benchmark scores on All Four Tests; English, Math, Reading,Science 53. National Student Clearinghouse 54. ACT Explore-Plan Linkage 55. ACT Explore-Plan Linkage 56. ACT Explore-Plan Linkage 57. Next Steps Continue to monitor and adjust based on ourcurrent indicators Add Global Competence measures basedon Global Leadership and Content rubrics. Create a dashboard that showsCareer/College Readiness and GlobalCompetence levels for our students.</p>

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