Community consultation 14 october

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Many thanks to the parents and children who came to our Community Consultation Meeting 14 October.

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  • A very warm welcome to our second community meeting. For those of you have come along for the first time it is wonderful for you to be able to join us and my pleasure to introduce the leadership team presenting to you this evening.







































  • Community consultation 14 october

    1. 1. Community Consultation Thursday 14 October, 2010
    2. 2. Overview • Recap First Community Consultation • Our Core Business - Learning Surfacing beliefs • What kind of learning spaces? Environment • Teacher Appointments • Progress Update • Strategic Direction • Stations - We value your voice
    3. 3. Previously we flew over and took a big picture view.
    4. 4. Progress Update Educative Enrolments IT Infrastructure Purpose Furniture Future Trends Enrolment Zone Fundraising Vision Design Uniform Collaboration Brand
    5. 5. Feedback • Summary of Feedback • Located on the School Website www.stonefields.school.nz • Can still add your ideas Survey Monkey
    6. 6. Landing within the School Our Core Business ..
    7. 7. Every young person needs to be equipped to seize learning opportunities throughout life to broaden their knowledge, skills & attitudes, and to be able to adapt to a changing, complex and interconnected world. Guy Claxton, 2010
    8. 8. Beliefs to Practice Practices Principles Belief Julia Atkin, 2006
    9. 9. Beliefs to Practice Practices Principles Belief Assessment - What do we believe and value? Assessment information progresses learning Julia Atkin, 2006
    10. 10. Beliefs to Practice Practices Key Stakeholders well informed Principles student involvement Timely Assessment methods inform next steps Belief Assessment - What do we believe and value? Assessment information progresses learning Julia Atkin, 2006
    11. 11. Beliefs to Practice Parent involvement Self assessment Goal setting Practices Running Record - Reading Key Stakeholders well informed Principles student involvement Timely Assessment methods inform next steps Belief Assessment - What do we believe and value? Assessment information progresses learning Julia Atkin, 2006
    12. 12. Beliefs to Practice Why? How? What? Beliefs & Values Principles Practices about learning •How will it look like in practice? •Building learning capacity •Nurturing collaboration e.g. inspiring curiosity to •Inspiring curiosity to make make meaning; meaning •Broadening horizons - Breaking •Build knowledge of the Inquiry process through •Equip learners with thinking tools to help them problem solve
    13. 13. Practices - What? Literacy and Numeracy Inquiry Learning Contributing Personal bests Talents/ Strengths Thinking Skills Living values Mastery Goal Setting Curiosity Social Science Making a difference Physical Health & Technology Wellbeing Innovation Science Learner competencies
    14. 14. What makes a learner an effective learner? Community Ideas • Looking forward to the future be open reflect • Curious • Problem-solver • Can adapt new skills to new situations • • Self-assessment Team-work/ collaboration and team question • assessment Maslow’s hierarchy of need- Learning, wonder Contribute, Belonging, Sure and Secure • • Desire to make a difference Curiosity think • Challenge the boundaries • Compassion respect • Good listener • Inspiring • Patient • • Understanding Respectful compassion • • Inspired Confidence instilled contribute • Ability to have a different opinion
    15. 15. Goal Setting • About Mastery and Personal Bests vs • Performance (faster, neater, better) • Effective Goal setting has a significant impact of student outcomes Hattie, 2010
    16. 16. Showing Progress
    17. 17. Practices - How Foundation Learning Inquiry Learning Contributing Personal bests Talents/ Strengths Thinking Skills Living values Mastery Goal Setting Curiosity Social Science Making a difference Physical Health & Technology Wellbeing Innovation Science Learner competencies
    18. 18. Young minds are as much social as individual. It seems impossible that schools can continue to resist this growing pattern of social interaction in the ways learning and assessments are structured. Guy Claxton, 2010
    19. 19. What values would you like to see reinforced? Community Ideas • Respecting others Open mindedness Respect • • Respect • Collaboration - Participation • • Love of learning Confidence to speak up Compassion • • Integrity Equality Honesty • Great> ‘Wego not ego!’ • Compassion • Respecting people • Caring for each other • Friendly atmosphere • Honesty
    20. 20. Practices - What Foundation Learning Inquiry Learning Contributing Personal bests Talents/ Strengths Thinking Skills Living values Mastery Goal Setting Curiosity Social Science Making a difference Physical Health & Technology Wellbeing Innovation Science Learner competencies
    21. 21. Making Meaning Inquiry Process • Building Knowlege • Connecting and Thinking to make meaning • Applying Understandings
    22. 22. Inquiry
    23. 23. All in Balance Developing the necessary Knowing what to do conceptual understandings when you don’t know for learners to make sense of what to do their world • What is powerful • What is powerful learning - to learn - What building capacity matters? to learn
    24. 24. Learning Spaces
    25. 25. Designing Agile Spaces • What do you think the learning spaces need to look like, sound like, feel like to enable the type of learning we have been describing? ‘Think big and be brave’ to think beyond your own school experience... Y chart
    26. 26. Purposeful Spaces Fit for Purpose • Cave space (independent) • Watering hole (Group, collaborative) • Camp fire (large group, class) Prakash Nair
    27. 27. Mary Featherston, Interior Design Process
    28. 28. 21 Century Schools
    29. 29. A Learning Hub
    30. 30. Authentic Spaces • Open, Social, Real Malan, 2009 Jasmax
    31. 31. Appointments Community Feedback • Make students curious, learning by doing • Inspire students to love learning • Encourage student directed learning Rigorous Process • My teacher back in 1986 was the best. He just believed in me! – You are the best! • Can adapt teaching style methods to the learner. Therefore know how the child learns Made 8 appointment • Ability to be respected by students • The ability to be looked up to • • Having fun with children yet providing guidance Adapting to each child and recognizing strengths range of experience and weaknesses. Make the weaknesses the strengths A teacher that helps you think for yourself Expertise covering all areas • • Guidance • Explains clearly • Answers questions • • Caring Have lots of patience and be a good learner Induction • My best teacher had respect of all for no effort. A passion for his job and an ability to make everyone achieve more than they thought possible. 25 years on and I still remember how they helped me to learn
    32. 32. Progress Update Enrolments Assessment IT Provider Resources Travel Wise Start Date After School Care Green Star Research
    33. 33. Strategic Direction • Focus Group Wanted If you are interested in being involved in strategic planning discussions, standing for the Board next year. • Please record your email and contacts on the sheet. • First meeting 3 November, 6.00pm
    34. 34. Bus Stop Stations 20 min 1. Extra curriculum activities investigated. What else would you like us to investigate? 2. Strategic Planning focus group - Please sign up if you are interested to take part. 3. Have a sit in the School chairs, try out the beanbag prototype 4. Logo development movie 5. Have a play on a sample mobile device? Would you pay $12 a month to lease one for your child? 6. Mathletics - Would you be happy to pay? what do you think? 7. Learning Environment - What are your thoughts? 8. Informal Question and Answer with any Leadership or Establishment Board member.
    35. 35. Contact office@stonefields.school.nz www.stonefields.school.nz 09 527 7721 Next meeting scheduled for 23 September What time suits you best? Next meeting we will land and be ready to answer more detailed questions you may have.

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