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Developing Leaders to Support Diverse Learners

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June 2013 CPED Convening

June 2013 CPED Convening

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  • UCEA background on equityHawley & Orr AnalysisLike CPED
  • Critical Content, Pedagogy and Learning AssessmentsStrengthening abilityEase of use and relevant content
  • Theory of Action: If we intentionally design comprehensive and connected learning experiences situated in authentic contexts that provide students the opportunities to explore and apply leadership knowledge and skills then we will develop leaders who can successfully address the increasingly complex challenges they face in their schools.
  • 1:30-2pm
  • Just added a new one on culturally responsive teaching
  • 1:30-2pm
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    • 1. Preparing Leaders to SupportDiverse Learners (LSDL)Developing Leaders toSupport Diverse Learners
    • 2. FIPSEModuleGoalsModules incorporatecritical contentknowledge, powerfullearning experiences,learning assessmentsand teaching guidance.Modules strengthenleaders’ ability tosupport the educationand development oflow-income and diversestudent populationsModule format enablesease of incorporationinto a wide range ofpreparation (anddistrict development)program models anddelivery approaches
    • 3. Theory of ActionIf we intentionally designcomprehensive and connectedlearning experiences situated inauthentic contexts that providegraduate students theopportunities to explore andapply leadership knowledge andskills, and disseminate thesemodules to leadership facultythen together, we will developleaders who can addressincreasingly complex challengesso that all children do learn.
    • 4. Authentic, meaningful,relevant problem-finding linking theoryand principal practiceInvolves sense-makingaround criticalproblems of practiceExplores, critiques,deconstructs fromequity perspective(race, culture, language)Requires collaborationand interdependenceDevelops confidence inleadershipHas a reflectivecomponentLearners areempowered andresponsible for ownlearningShifts perspective fromclassroom to school,district, or state levelPlaces both theprofessor and studentin a learning situationPowerful Learning Experience
    • 5. LSDL ModulesAdvocacyOrganizingLearningEnvironmentsInstructionalLeadership forELL PopulationsFamily &CommunityInvolvementTrust throughRacialAwarenessData &MeetingStudent Needs
    • 6. Overview Of TheContent/ThematicAreaLearning Goals &Theory Of ActionAlignment ToNationalStandardsLearningExperiences, Resources, Instructional Materials&Reflection ComponentCandidateAssessmentExercises AndEvaluation RubricsTeaching AndEvaluation NotesAt a Minimum ModulesContain These Elements
    • 7. CourseModule IPLE A PLE BModuleIIPLE A
    • 8. CourseModule IPLE A PLE BModule IIPLE A PLE B PLE CModuleIIIPLE A
    • 9. Leaders Supporting Diverse Learners

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