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COLT Planning. October 4, 2010. While you are waiting:. COLT Planning Wiki: http://coltplanning.wikispaces.com/. Setting the Stage. Vision documents have been endorsed by the Board Visioning principles will be key How will visioning make a difference for students? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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COLT PlanningOctober 4, 2010While you are waiting:COLT Planning Wiki:http://coltplanning.wikispaces.com/

Setting the StageVision documents have been endorsed by the BoardVisioning principles will be keyHow will visioning make a difference for students?The critical goal of developing the skill set of the teacherWhat does excellent teaching look like?The importance of alignment

KURTs overviewWhy are we doing this?How does it fit into the big picture?3Marzano

Goals for TodayArticulate our core purpose as a district.

Identify the essential components of a quality learning environment

Begin the creation of a visual to represent our thinking.

Our Agenda8:30- 8:45 - Welcome and Goals8:45-10:00 Our Core PurposeBREAK10:15-12:00- Elements of a Quality Learning EnvironmentLUNCH12:45-1:30 Debrief1:30-2:45 Visual Representation2:45-3:00 Wrap Up & Next Steps

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This is our stop and check for understanding and agreement on agenda8ImprovementStudent LearningInstructional / Assessment StrategiesCapacity BuildingInfrastructurePartnershipSupportInnovationResearchEvidenceTech9- this was AB Eds conception of AISI identifying the key elementsI think this visual will help us set up the parts of the day: The top of this chart represents core purpose, capacity building reflects our elements of a quality learning environment; Infrastructure may bring in those other parts such ascoaching, safe and caring.

1. Distributed Leadership draws change out of staff rather than driving reform through them

2. A net with no nanny networks schools connecting with schools district to district - district is too small to be the unit of change

3. Responsibility before accountability (accountability is the small remainder that is left once responsibility has been subtracted)

4. Build from the bottom, steer broadly from the top around a limited number of things4 catalysis of coherenceHargreaves infrastructure 10THE WOLF CREEK VISION

IMPR0VING STUDENT LEARNINGASSESSMENTA deep understanding of how students learn INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNA deep understanding of how to create excellent learning environments

Collaborative Learning CommunitiesContemporary tools of literacyCommitment to change the new mechanismsPlanning for a clear purpose and set of goals vision and mission 11Show other models to demonstrateCore purposeQuality learning environment elements1112 components of an ELE1. Outcomes are clear to the student.

3. Where are students relative to the outcomea pre-assessment phase?10. Final evaluation based on authentic compilation of assessment devices.5. Revisit outcomes to think about Instructional design. (Learning styles, complexity of outcome, hidden skills, etc.)2. What evidence will show that students have met the outcomes?11. A plan to assist students when the outcome is not being met a new course of action.4. What does good learning look like? (Rubrics and exemplars)6. Selection of input structure for new knowledge.7. Giving students an opportunity to interact with new knowledge. 8. Giving students an opportunity to experiment or use new knowledge. 9. Constant assessment feedback so students can modify learning efforts.12. Classroom structure, peer relationships, culture of school and student strategies for their more independent or collaborative learning .

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Ensuring Response to InterventionFSD Vision to Leading and Supporting LearningDesigning for UnderstandingDeveloping Distributed LeadershipLeveraging ResearchAdvancingBest PracticeEngaging in Active Professional Learning CommunitiesImproving Learning for All Students Through Intellectual EngagementAdvancing Technological, Pedagogical, Content KnowledgeEmbedding Assessment for and of LearningDeveloping Understanding of CurriculaBuilding CapacityDevelopingHealthy Relationships13ImprovementStudent LearningInstructional / Assessment StrategiesCapacity BuildingInfrastructurePartnershipSupportInnovationResearchEvidenceTech14Refer back to this to guide next steps

What is our core purpose as a district?hie

Student learning

Student AchievementTeacher developmentYour TaskWith your COLT Team:

1. Identify our core purpose.

2. Be able to articulate what the core purpose entails. (E.g. Student Learning ~ what do we mean by this?)

3. Debrief & Consolidation at 9:15

BREAK

Quality Learning EnvironmentYour Task: Identify and articulate the elements of a quality learning environment:

Quality Learning EnvironmentReflective questions to guide the process:What does excellent teaching look like?How would we know the teaching is excellent?If we were to work on developing the skill set of the teacher, what would be the important elements upon which we would focus? This may help identify quality learning environment elements19

20This is the data we gathered for AISI 4 from admin and schools might help thinking around a quality learning environmentLUNCH

Debrief and ConsolidateElements of a Quality Learning Environment

Debrief and ConsolidateElements of a Quality Learning EnvironmentVisual Representations

ImprovementStudent LearningInstructional / Assessment StrategiesCapacity BuildingInfrastructurePartnershipSupportInnovationResearchEvidenceTech24Revisit models

THE WOLF CREEK VISION

IMPR0VING STUDENT LEARNINGASSESSMENTA deep understanding of how students learn INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNA deep understanding of how to create excellent learning environments

Collaborative Learning CommunitiesContemporary tools of literacyCommitment to change the new mechanismsPlanning for a clear purpose and set of goals vision and mission 25Ensuring Response to InterventionFSD Vision to Leading and Supporting LearningDesigning for UnderstandingDeveloping Distributed LeadershipLeveraging ResearchAdvancingBest PracticeEngaging in Active Professional Learning CommunitiesImproving Learning for All Students Through Intellectual EngagementAdvancing Technological, Pedagogical, Content KnowledgeEmbedding Assessment for and of LearningDeveloping Understanding of CurriculaBuilding CapacityDevelopingHealthy Relationships26Winning Proposition

IntegrityExcellence in all we doRespectSafety, Health & WellnessCore Values

Develop and motivate employees to maximize contribution.Set and effectively communicate clear, achievable expectations. Make decisions based on strategic priorities and core values.Measure performance and drive improvement.Leadership BehavioursBe visible and accessible.Responsible for your own and others safety.Honor commitments do what you said you would do.Engaged.Disciplined no shortcuts.Workforce BehavioursThink Ask Act.Help the team be successfulAs a highly motivated team, we will deliver the safest, most reliable, and profitable oil sands operation.Keep it RightGet it Right the First TimeOne Team, One GoalStrategic PrioritiesWant To, Can Do, Will doLicense to OperateSafety Is A ValueStrategic RoadmapKEARL BTPOK_Roadmap_Strategic 092109_ekBusiness and Industry - Kearl27Visual RepresentationsCriteria for a Visual Representation:Process identify criteria from which we will determine a visual28DEBRIEF & Consolidation

29Next StepsSATVisioningNovember 1 PD DayMarch - RetreatKurt wrap up30