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  • staff meetings- what are your priorities...instruction? autonomy?\nmy old meetings vs my new meetings\n\n
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  • staff meetings- what are your priorities...instruction? autonomy?\nmy old meetings vs my new meetings\n\n
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  • examples of how we were intentional...\nparents, staff, students...\n
  • staff meetings- what are your priorities...instruction? autonomy?\nmy old meetings vs my new meetings\n\n
  • basketball team\nteachers- principals- no experience-\nhave them research things that are connected to your vision (which is connected to empowering them and students)\n
  • this is when change happens...teachers own it...students own it\nex...action research\n
  • tech as informate vs auto next slide\npositive deviance...if we are moving toward global learning hub we are deviating...\n\n
  • tech at GC GLH-\n1:1 computing\nstudents will be able to learn 24/7 and contact other learners through a variety of mediums\n\n
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  • 1. Quality Leaders: Build the Capacity to Change Time builds capacity-So where does your time go? How will you collect data analyze that data communicate it to key people?Identify your priorities Be Intentional Teachers as Researchers
  • 2. Don’t Throw the Baby Out with the bath Water Baby Bathwater
  • 3. Quality Leaders: Build the Capacity to Change Time builds capacity-So where does your time go? How will you collect data analyze that data communicate it to key people?Identify your priorities Be Intentional Teachers as Researchers
  • 4. G.E.E.K.ed
  • 5. G.E.E.K.ed Inquiry... Technology Integration... Global Awarenesshttp://geekedmindsetforparents.wikispaces.com/message/view/Articles/36620222
  • 6. Quality Leaders: Build the Capacity to Change Time builds capacity-So where does your time go? How will you collect data analyze that data communicate it to key people?Identify your priorities Be Intentional Teachers as Researchers
  • 7. Action Research @ BCSIs daily homework necessary? This weighty question seemed to be a good topic for my A
5/6
grade
math
teacher
on
our
TLT,
Roy
Bishop
action research.  worked
with
a
colleague
who
teaches
7/8
grade
 educa@onal
technology.
Together
they
craBed
a
During professional learning community time, I chose to series
of
ac@vi@es
where
students
would
work
on
research the effect of homework on student achievement word
problems
at
the
white
board
in
pairs.
While
in my Spanish II classes.  one
student
would
silently
write
out
the
work,
the
Mrs. Toth carried out the same research with her other
would
do
a
“think‐aloud”
in
which
the
second
Spanish I classes.  student
would
aJempt
to
interpret
the
first
 student’s
process
and
reasoning.
This
interac@on
We gathered data of student achievement on homework, would
be
videotaped
and
posted
on
the
class
wiki
quizzes and tests from first quarter (when we assigned for
later
viewing
by
the
whole
class.
Roy
found
that
normal amounts of written homework) and compared there
was
more
engagement
because
of
the
peer‐those to data from the second quarter (when we assigned peer
interac@on
which
deepened
students’
concept
little to no written homework).  knowledge.
As
Roy
says,
“This
AR
project
has
 impacted
my
instruc@on
extremely
because
it’s
Students were less stressed and achieved at comparable great
to
see
how
students
can
teach
me
what
they
levels during the second quarter.  We appreciate the timewe received to conduct meaningful research within our know
and
don’t
know
and
then
I
can
repackage
it
individual teaching contexts.  It was the most meaningful to
maximize
their
learning.”
professional development I’ve engaged in in quite sometime!
  • 8. Authentic Leaders Visionary Leaders Define Purpose Frame Vision Relational Leaders Develop OwnershipQuality Leaders Service LeadersBuild Capacity Ensure Support
  • 9. Ser vice Leaders: Use Technology toinspire and model change Reward risk taking and positive deviance Have the power! (Do you?)
  • 10. Ser vice Leaders Use Technology to Inspire and Model Change Traditional Change Mindset Mindset Embed Technology Teach Technology Applications into Applications curriculum Teachers Learn First All learners contribute Like an event Like Oxygen Automate- Informate-Do what we have always Transform culture/ done environment
  • 11. What Makes a Global Learning Hub? Hub (n)- 1. The central part of a wheel 2. Where traffic is exchanged across several modes of transport3. USB hub- allows many USB devices to be connected to a single USB port
  • 12. The Global Learning Hub1 Interactive: Teachers and students create their own content (producers vs consumers) and interact with social media to express their identity and creativity.2 Student-Centered: Shifts the learning responsibility to the student (who owns the learning?)3 Authentic: Use of social media/technology should be connected to specific learning goals and activities (relevance)4 Collaborative: Learning is a social activity, and many students learn best through working with a group of peers. (virtual or face to face environment)5 On-Demand: Course content should be made available “on-demand” (like everything else in today’s world) so students and staff can learn when, where, and how they want from a computer, mobile phone or other handheld devices.6 Global Competencies/Networking: The world is indeed flat...we must run our schools that way.
  • 13. engage @ BCS http://engage.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/ 2011-2012+Map
  • 14. The Global Learning Hub1 Interactive: Teachers and students create their own content (producers vs consumers) and interact with social media to express their identity and creativity.2 Student-Centered: Shifts the learning responsibility to the student (who owns the learning?)3 Authentic: Use of social media/technology should be connected to specific learning goals and activities (relevance)4 Collaborative: Learning is a social activity, and many students learn best through working with a group of peers. (virtual or face to face environment)5 On-Demand: Course content should be made available “on-demand” (like everything else in today’s world) so students and staff can learn when, where, and how they want from a computer, mobile phone or other handheld devices.6 Global Competencies/Networking: The world is indeed flat...we must run our schools that way.
  • 15. Problem Solvers vs Problem Finders
  • 16. Problem Solvers vs Problem FindersAllow the customer to find the problems There MUST be a balance...