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This is a presentation of elements of relational learning and how we should approach education that was given to teachers at a secondary school in Victoria, Australia.

This is a presentation of elements of relational learning and how we should approach education that was given to teachers at a secondary school in Victoria, Australia.

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  • Berwick Secondary College
    • Relational Learning Professional Development
  • Relational Learning
  • Relational Learning
    • Would we diagnose and solve the problem in such a profound way, before it got to the external specialist?
    • Would we see her gift and foster it?
    • How well do we manage a gifted dancer in English and Mathematics?
  • Finding Solutions ...
    • For every complex question there is a simple answer....
    • ...that’s wrong.
  • Quality of Life Formula
    • QL = NE x (H + S)
    QL = Quality of Life NE = Natural Endowment H = Contribution of Child’s Home S = Contribution of society
  • Quality of Life Formula
    • This formula was applied to certain new born babies to see if they should still live.
    • Where was it?
    • When was it?
  • Quality of Life Formula
    • 1977
    • Oklahoma Children’s Memorial Hospital
    • 1977 - 1982 it was determined that 24 out of 64 babies with spina bifida were better off dead.
  • Quality of Life Formula
    • QL = NE x (H + S)
    QL = Quality of Life NE = Natural Endowment H = Contribution of Child’s Home S = Contribution of society
  • Quality of ‘ Learning’ Formula?
    • AS = NA x (H + SES)
    AS = Academic Success NA = Natural Ability H = Home Education Environment SES = Social Economic Status (Post Code)
  • Models of Teaching
    • We all have models of teaching that we work from
    • Relational Learning is a model not a strategy
    • It requires a different view of problems and opportunities
    • We need to...
  • See Students Differently
    • The Mental Model that frames as second best
    • Many kids see themselves as members of the B-team
    • I am dumb !
    • Victim mentality
  • See Students Differently
    • Relational Learning is not about being friends with your students
    • It is about finding out;
      • Who they are?
      • Comprehending their attitude to your subject
      • Coaching them to think differently
  • See Parents Differently
    • Most people lead lives of quiet desperation
    • Thoreau
  • See Ourselves Differently
    • What we do is governed by what we think
    • This semester we should be thinking and doing differently than last Semester...
  • Five Relational Learning Steps
    • Relationship with Self
    • What is our self talk?
    • Do we reflect on our impact?
    • Relationship to Role as Home Group Teacher and Relational Learning
    • What is our attitude to implementing relational learning in our classrooms?
    • What are your internal objections and how can we engage them?
  • Five Relational Learning Steps
    • Relationship with Leaders
    • What’s is the level of trust, integrity, and understanding between HGT’s and their Leaders?
    • Relationship with Peers
    • What are the attitudes and thoughts that propel us into, or away from team-teaching?
  • Five Relational Learning Steps
    • Relationship with Community
    • What is our understanding of the place of our classroom in the wider community?
    • How do we see parents and outside organisations impacting the classroom and school?
  • Relational Learning Project
  • Relational Learning Project
    • Life is abundant on the ocean side of the reef...
    • ..with the danger
  • Relational Learning Project
    • The lagoon side...
    • ..the safe side...
    • is dead by comparison.
  • Community
    • The core of community is mutual need
    • We need each other to operate
    • We are built for relationships
    • Rocky Balboa school of Leadership
    • “ I got gaps, you got gaps, we all got gaps.”
  • Team Teaching
    • Purposes:
    • Create a forum for sharing
    • Build trust, teams and skills
    • Through one activity to try and embrace all elements five relational learning questions
  • Team Teaching
    • Activity:
    • Professional Pairings
    • Short term activities
    • Home Group Focus
    • Instructional focus
    • Modified PEEL reflection strategy
  • Activity #1
    • Check-ins
    • Focus on every person
    • Build group cohesion
    • Instructional focus
    • Modified PEEL reflection strategy
  • Pre-CAL Testimony
  • Learning Teams