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    • Albert Wicker Literacy Academy Professional Development: Day 1 Team Building & School Handbook
    • Staff Introduction
      • Your Name
      • Where you are from
      • Why you got into education
      • Something interesting that most people do not know about you
    • Power-Up
      • Spend 4 minutes writing about your most positive team work experience. What made it successful?
    • Think, Write, Round Robin
      • Cooperative Learning Structure #1
      • Starting with person #3 at your table, you will share your response to the Power-Up for 1 minute per person in your group. We will proceed in a clock-wise direction.
      • When you hear the buzzer, switch the person who is talking!
    • Whole Faculty Group Norms
      • We will set procedural (logistical) and behavioral (how we act) norms.
      • Introduction of the parking lot and the museum
    • Meyers-Briggs: Personal Preferences
      • Pairs of Preferences
      • Extraversion (E) ----- Introversion (I)
      • Sensing (S) ----- iNtuition (N)
      • Thinking (T) ----- Feeling (F)
      • Judging (J) ----- Perceiving (P)
    • What is your source of energy?
      • Extraversion – E
      • Like to be around people and at the center of attention; high energy
      • Enthusiastic
      • Talk more than listen
      • Talk it out; act then think
      • Can be easily distracted
      • Prefer to do a lot of things at once; breadth of activities
    • What is your source of energy?
      • Introversion – I
      • Okay being alone and working behind the scenes; quiet energy
      • Reserved; private
      • Listen more than talk
      • Think it out; reflective
      • Good powers of concentration
      • Prefer to focus on one thing at a time; depth
    • Working in Teams
      • CONSIDER: As an “E” or “I”…
      • What do you bring to the table as part of a work team?
      • What are your biggest challenges as a team member?
      • How do you prefer to communicate and be communicated with?
      • How could you improve communication with the opposite preference?
    • How do you prefer to take in information?
      • Sensing – S
      • Focus on details; facts; data; evidence
      • Can get stuck on specifics or “tried and true”
      • Prefer practical solutions
      • Here and now oriented: what is
      • Trust experience (what worked in the past)
      • Like established skills
      • Prefer step-by-step instructions
      • Work at a steady pace
      • Perspiration
    • How do you prefer to take in information?
      • Intuition – N
      • Focus on big picture; patterns; figurative
      • Can get stuck in “Never Never Land”
      • Prefer ideas and innovation
      • Future-oriented: what could be
      • Trust “gut” instincts (follow hunches)
      • Like learning new skills
      • Like to figure things out for themselves; take short cuts
      • Work in bursts of energy
      • Inspiration
    • Working in Teams
      • CONSIDER: As an “S” or “N”…
      • What do you bring to the table as part of a work team?
      • What are your biggest challenges as a team member?
      • How do you prefer to communicate and be communicated with?
      • How could you improve communication with the opposite preference?
    • How do you prefer to make decisions?
      • Thinking – T (head decisions)
      • Decide objectively
      • Appear cool, calm, firm
      • Convinced by rational arguments
      • Direct; firm
      • Value honesty & fairness
      • Take few things personally
      • Tend to see flaws
      • Motivated by achievement
      • One standard for all
      • May appear too tough minded, or insensitive
    • How do you prefer to make decisions?
      • Feeling – F (heart decisions)
      • Decide subjectively
      • Appear warm hearted & friendly
      • Convinced by feelings; personal values
      • Diplomatic; tactful
      • Value harmony & cooperation
      • Take many things personally
      • Tend to please others
      • Tend to please others
      • Motivated by appreciation
      • Look at the circumstances
      • May appear tenderhearted or overemotional
    • Working in Teams
      • CONSIDER: As an “T” or “F”…
      • What do you bring to the table as part of a work team?
      • What are your biggest challenges as a team member?
      • How do you prefer to communicate and be communicated with?
      • How could you improve communication with the opposite preference?
    • How do you approach life?
      • Judging - (J)
      • Decisions made fairly easily
      • Prefer closure—things settled, off the plate
      • Organized
      • Work first, play later
      • Serious; conventional
      • Pay attention to time; prompt; adhere to deadlines/schedules
      • Make & stick to plans; no surprises
      • Adhere to rules/policies
    • How do you approach life?
      • Perceiving – (P)
      • Difficulty making decisions
      • Prefer to keep options open; wait and see
      • Disorganized
      • Turn most work into play
      • Spontaneous; adaptable
      • Less aware of time; tend to run late; deadlines are elastic
      • Don’t plan; keep things flexible, loose
      • Question need for rule
    • Working in Teams
      • CONSIDER: As a “J” or “P”…
      • What do you bring to the table as part of a work team?
      • What are your biggest challenges as a team member?
      • How do you prefer to communicate and be communicated with?
      • How could you improve communication with the opposite preference?
    • What are the implications of our different personalities on how we work together?
      • Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up
      • Cooperative Learning Strategy #2
    • Characteristics of an Effective Team
      • Unity of purpose: STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
      • Clear goals: Increasing Student Achievement
      • Clear responsibilities
      • Reasonable Operating Procedures
      • Leadership Rotation
      • Interpersonal Relationships
      • Openness/Trust
      • Sharing Successes and Failures
    • FORMING: The honeymoon stage
      • Characteristics:
      • Members are polite---trying to get to know & feel comfortable with one another; behave independently
      • Tasks are being defined
      • Lofty, conceptual discussions held as people try to express who they are
      • Discussions about what information needs to be gathered
      • To address the forming stage:
      • Make sure purpose & task are clearly defined
      • Share team expectations
      • Allow time for members to get comfortable with one another
    • STORMING: The honeymoon is OVER!
      • Characteristics
      • Team gains confidence; but conflict occurs as members begin to show their true styles
      • A growing impatience/frustration will surface over roles/goals/responsibilities, and be openly expressed
      • Members will get into one another’s territory, causing irritation
      • General disagreement over processes, tasks, etc.
      • To address the storming stage:
      • Don’t ignore this stage; acknowledge it with team as a normal development step
      • Good time to review ground rules, revisit the purpose and related administrative matters of the team
      • Recognize and deal with differences
    • NORMING: Charting the course
      • Characteristics:
      • Cohesion is built; team develops identity
      • Consensus established about rules, values, and behaviors; conscious effort to achieve group harmony
      • Team will want to discuss items more; less time will be spent on idea generation, and more on decision making
      • Members will want to limit agenda items to focus on specific topics
      • Conflicts are addressed and resolved.
      • To address the norming stage:
      • TASK becomes primary – members focus on accomplishing the team’s purpose
    • PERFORMING: Moving forward
      • Characteristics
      • Group has settled into a functional team
      • Energy is channeled towards the tasks. Members are pro-active; may look for more to do. Most of the work gets done here.
      • Loyalty to the group is established; and respect for individual dissension and disagreement is in place
      • To address the performing stage:
      • Teams at the performing level are generally self-regulating
      • Road maps, processes, decision making and other matters of team management will be handled independently by the team
    • Work with your subject/area group
      • Set logistical and behavioral norms using the “Team Action Plan”
    • Welcome Back!
      • Please get a handbook and take it to your seat.
    • Power-Up!
      • What are you most interested to know about school that you hope is covered in the handbook?
    • Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up
      • Find a new partner.
      • Do a Pair, Timed, Pair Share (1 minute per person) to discuss your Power-Up
    • Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up
      • School Handbook Scavenger Hunt: With your new partner, answer the questions on the School Handbook Scavenger Hunt hand-out.
    • Discipline / Behavior Management
      • Why is it more important to reinforce good behavior than issue demerits for incorrect behavior?
      • Why do you think that promoting respectful disagreement is essential to improving school culture?
      • Why can we never, ever argue with students?
      • When do you feel like you need support from the principal when it comes to misbehavior?
      • Did you have any “AHA” or “YES!” moments as you read this section?
    • Discipline Plan
      • Click here to display the discipline plan
    • Tracking system
      • Click here to display the tracking system
    • Homework (Due Friday)
      • Please complete the discipline scenarios. Use the discipline infraction sheet to help you.
      • Answer all questions after each scenario
      • Read through the handbook. Have your questions ready on Friday.
    • Classroom Displays
      • Group brainstrom around what makes great displays, using the classroom displays check-list.
    • Committee Sign-Up
      • Leadership Team
      • Data Management/Analysis
      • Positive Behavior Support
      • School Improvement Team
      • Building Improvement Team
    • Evaluations
      • Please complete an evaluation of today. These are completely anonymous and help me know if this was valuable to you.