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Session one for mldp

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    Session one for mldp Session one for mldp Presentation Transcript

    • Session one possible structure
      Julie Railton
      Jacqueline Greene
      Michelle Ames &
      Barry Simpson
    • Key priorities of the session
      Develop a conducive learning and developmental atmosphere
      Capitalise on prior learning and work carried out before first face to face
      Develop a model of an effective middle leader.
      Expose candidates to data processing for gap identification
    • Opening the session
      Who we are as facilitators and people!
      Details of the program
    • Warming up and getting the group on track
      Introduction activity
      Similar to CLF session
      Meet five new people
      Who you are
      What is your role
      What you hope to achieve from the program
    • Giving the group a structured learning experience
      Development of expectations, questions and protocols
      Develop a session question board for people to add questions to as the session progresses
    • Designing the bigger picture
      Mapping the program visual paper exercise
      Participants work in groups to visually model the program. (Including our cluster structure)
    • Exploring leadership
      Exercise on what does an effective middle leader look like?
      One group draws and labels and effective middle leader
      One group draws and labels an ineffective middle leader
      Activity used to pull together behaviours for an effective middle leader
    • Reflection time
    • Using data to find the gaps to close
      What is the gap data exercise
      Generated data set given out
      Groups analyse data for specific gaps
      Feedback conclusions as a whole deciding on if gap is statistically significant
    • Application of acquired skills
      Application of data study to own schools data and SIDP or DIP and begin to look for gaps in achievement.
    • Reflection time
    • Session review and reflection
      Revisit the question wall to make sure all concerns are addressed
      Use plenary pyramid to close the session
    • Closing the session
      Revisit learning goals
      Reiterate core message of the program
      Issue next steps for participants