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Dyslexia Leadership Summit 2012 Overview:

Dyslexia Leadership Summit 2012 Overview:
Convened by Carroll School & prepared by Carolyn D. Cowen, Executive Director, Carroll Center for Innovative Education

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  • 1. Next 3 days Summit 2012
  • 2. Agenda “For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” But …
  • 3. Next 3 days
  • 4. DAY 3 Present Plans DAY 2 Execute DAY 1 Present UpdatesDecide Tenets SUMMIT 2012 GOAL CONVEY compelling information about effective teaching for children with dyslexia. INJECT our “tenets for success” into national conversations about reading & education reform.
  • 5. SUMMIT 2012 TARGETInject our tenets forsuccess into thenationalconversation!DAYS 1, 2, 3 IMPROVE READING TEACHING
  • 6. OTHER OBJECTIVESElevate ourown practices! CROSS INVEST POLLINATE IN LEADERSDAYS 1, 2, 3 EXPLORE NEW NETWORK IDEAS COLLABORATE
  • 7. ONGOING MISSIONBuild capacity of ourcommunity of dyslexiaschools to improve INSPIRE TALENTED LEADERS TO WORKeducation for TOGETHER ASALL! INNOVATION LABORATORY & DISSEMINATION NETWORKDAYS 1, 2, 3
  • 8. MISSIONIN ACTION! MISSION OTHER OBJECTIVESDAYS 1, 2, 3 SUMMIT GOAL (THEME) OBJECTIVES
  • 9. op s noss sihir NT on eseAsRE atiives C pec s ersr LE z t ull makeila difference FPT U 0 bLead UTrt i 05 That Fe 2Leadership Summits
  • 10. op s noss n sihir NTr v n eseAsRE atiaies 7 C pec io PTe tsEd ull s eksTLilFzers 200 d UTrrD i B t r UbLea Fa erea 0um pe olmposi 5 S hoF l 20 Sc SySummit 2012builds on . . .
  • 11. . . . builds on Decades of “bull sessions” at conferences
  • 12. . . . builds on Ongoing IDA Independent Decades of LD Schools “bull sessions” at Heads conferences Seminars
  • 13. . . . builds on Sherman Newgrange Think Tank Decades of 2004 “bull sessions” at conferences
  • 14. . . . builds on Oremus IDA Ongoing IDA Perspectives Independent 2005 LD Schools Heads Decades Seminars of “bull sessions” at conferences
  • 15. . . . builds on TDF Brain Symposium 2007, Brazil (ACE) Ongoing IDA Independent LD Schools Heads Decades Seminars of “bull sessions” at conferences
  • 16. . . . builds on IDA/Intel Meeting @ Brown 2010 Ongoing IDA Independent LD Schools Heads Decades Seminars of “bull sessions” at conferences
  • 17. . . . builds on Leadership Summit 2008 Ongoing IDA Independent LD Schools Heads Decades Seminars of “bull sessions” at conferences
  • 18. Summit 2012. . . builds on Leadership Summit 2010 Ongoing IDA Independent LD Schools Heads Decades Seminars of “bull sessions” at conferences
  • 19. 3 Observations Leadership Summit Leadership 2012 Leadership Summit Summit 2010 2008
  • 20. Worldchanged since 2008
  • 21. • Economy Worldchanged • Technology e.g. since 2008Skype/social media — old hat!New media literacy — What isit? Do we teach it? Should we?Rise of “digital reader” —Human & machine … new RD?Disrupted reader?
  • 22. Digital Reader: Worldchanged Benefits/downsides since 2008
  • 23. 3 Observations LeadershipLeadership Summit Summit 2010 2008 Powerful The tyranny of instructional the urgent & our practices own students’ demand needs trump World powerful initiatives forchanged PD. greater good.. since Technology Our own students 2008 not quite still come first! there yet
  • 24. Leadership Leadership SummitLeadership Summit 2012 Summit 2010 2008 SMART Initiatives Sensible Lessons Measurable Attainable Realistic Timely
  • 25. SUMMIT 2012 TARGETSMART: Inject ourtenets for successinto the nationalconversation!DAYS 1, 2, 3 IMPROVE READING TEACHING
  • 26. BUT … What are these tenets for success?
  • 27. Tenets for Success?
  • 28. Day Establish our core tenets for success 8:15  5:00
  • 29. Day 9 Schools + 8:15  5:00
  • 30. Day 9 Schools + 8:15  5:00
  • 31. Day 9 Schools + 8:15  5:00
  • 32. Day 9 Schools + 8:15  5:00
  • 33. Day 8:15  5:00
  • 34. Day 8:15  5:00
  • 35. Day …wrestle with various school priorities to … 8:15  5:00
  • 36. Day … arrive at a CONSENSUS … 8:15  5:00
  • 37. Day … about … 8:15  5:00
  • 38. Day … our … 8:15  5:00
  • 39. Day 8:15- 5:00 
  • 40. Day 8:15- 5:00 
  • 41. Day Core tenets for success Tenets for success
  • 42. Day Core tenets for success AKA“Checklist TenetsManifesto” for success
  • 43. Day Core tenets for success AKA“Maxims for Tenetsachievement forand Growth” success
  • 44. Day Core tenets for success 8 “safe?” 2 more forward thinking? Tenets for success
  • 45. Day What if we need more time? Tenets for success
  • 46. “To achievegreat thingstwo thingsare needed,a plan andnot quiteenough time.”— Leonard Bernstein
  • 47. Day 5:30- 7:45  Tenets for success
  • 48. √ DAY 1Decide Tenets Agree on our core tenets for success
  • 49. Day 8:00 – 10:00
  • 50. Day
  • 51. DayCRAFT a compelling message re: tenetsfor success.DECIDE what multi-genre/mediacontent is needed and write it.
  • 52. Day Develop & implement broadcasting plans …SEEK sister school input/endorsement.FORGE strategic partnerships.DETERMINE audiences, messagingmediums, platforms, strategies.
  • 53. DayCOORDINATE writing-messaging teamplanning.RECOMMEND agenda adjustments;facilitate reporting.DEVELOP/COORDINATE/EXECUTE ongoing& sustainability plans.
  • 54. Day GRAPHIC NOTE TAKING Diane Green
  • 55. Day Team work: Supported & energized Cinthia Haan Literate Nation Haan Foundation
  • 56. Day Develop & implement broadcasting plans …
  • 57. √ DAY 2√ DAY 1 Present UpdatesDecide Tenets Teams present brief updates
  • 58. A LITTLEDay 5: 00 Bus Outside Inn 5:30 Boston Beer Works Tour & light apps 7:00 Bus 7:30 Meadhall: Apps & dinner * Cabs back to Inn
  • 59. Day Intensive team work
  • 60. Day Reality Check by Skype Gordon Sherman Newgrange Landmark
  • 61. Day
  • 62. √DAY 3 √ DAY 2 Present Plans√ DAY 1 Present Updates ExecuteDecide Tenets Teams present final reports
  • 63. √DAY 3 √ DAY 2 Present Plans√ DAY 1 Present Updates ExecuteDecide Tenets Ambitious! Challenging!
  • 64. “If we don’tfinish in these 3days, we risknever finishing.That said, wedon’t want tofinish just forthe sake offinishing.”— Steve Wilkins
  • 65. RECAP DAY 3 Present Plans DAY 2 Execute DAY 1 Present UpdatesDecide Tenets SUMMIT 2012 GOAL CONVEY compelling information about effective teaching for children with dyslexia. INJECT our “tenets for success” into national conversations about reading & education reform.
  • 66. SUMMIT 2012 TARGETStrive to do thecritical launchwork during … 3-DAY IMPROVE SUMMIT READING TEACHING
  • 67. Improve Advancereading Literacyinstruction,especiallyon behalf SUMMITof childrenwithdyslexia.
  • 68. SUMMIT
  • 69. SUMMIT
  • 70. SUMMIT
  • 71. SUMMIT
  • 72. SUMMIT
  • 73. Project SUMMIT
  • 74. sumProjectmit
  • 75. Advance literacyChange the world
  • 76. Changethe world
  • 77. op s noss sihir NT on eseAsRE atiives C pec s ersr LE z t ull makeila difference FPT U 0 bLead UTrt i 05 That Fe 2Summit 2012
  • 78. Jim PanopoulosCarroll Director of Technology Dropbox
  • 79. Changethe world