Teamwork, Collaboration & Shared Leadership Point A- “The Current State” Point B- “The Desired State”
Vision, Mission & Goals
The Road- A Continuous Improvement Journey Strategic Planning is like a bridge…
How do we collectively identify our point "B"? Strategic plan!
Strategic Planning Key Steps Stakeholder participation to ensure ownership Data review and employee reflection/assessment Strengths and Opportunities for Improvement Draft mission, vision, values, goals and strategies Public feedback and input Preparing 21st century learners! Teamwork, collaboration and shared leadership!
Random Acts of Improvement Aim of the District Goals and Measures Aligned Acts of Improvement Aim of the District Goals and Measures
Look at the words and name the colors you see. Don’t name the words you read.
The Strategic Plan- Mission… Empowering students to excel in a global society!
What’s So Different About a 21st Century Student?
Which are you? Digital Native Digital Immigrant
The Disconnect… Digital Natives prefer: Receiving information quickly from multiple multimedia sources Parallel processing and multitasking Processing pictures, sounds, and video before text Random Access to hyperlinked multimedia information Digital Immigrants Prefer: Slow and controlled release of information from limited sources Singular processing and single or limited tasking To provide text before pictures, sounds, and video To provide information linearly, logically and sequentially
Is the World REALLY That Different? Web 2.0- Architecture of Participation built on the World Wide Web"
Technology Exposure 8 ½ Hours per day Passive 5 ¾ Hours Active 2 ¾ Hours
Critical Skills & Knowledge for the 21st Century Generation M: media & multi-tasking
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We need to match today’s classroom with today’s students!
A Focus on Developing 21st Century Skills Our road map for helping students excel in a global society!
20thCentury 21st Century Number of Jobs 10-15 Jobs 1-2 Jobs JobRequirements Flexibility &Adaptability Mastery of One Field Life Long Learners Subject Matter Mastery The World has changed … TeachingModel
The World is Different Kids are different Work is different Tools are different Learning is different Communication is different Teaching is different Competition is different Information is different
What skills are most important for job success when hiring a high school graduate?
What skills does OSF look for? Mission focused Customer service Multi-tasking Leadership qualities Teamwork Conflict Resolution Cross Training Accountability
University provides a major source of top professional talent No longer enough to be an expert in one field Our students must be uniquely prepared to operate in a new paradigm where cross-disciplinary collaboration is expected Developed Engineering Business Convergence Center Facility includes: Two large innovation and commercialization laboratories Equivalent to a small company Multidisciplinary teams
As a recruiter for a global company… Average hire is bi/tri-lingual and has traveled/worked abroad Changing global company Cross-disciplinary collaboration – strategic planning Students must be prepared! Multi-disciplinary learning /experience - Companies do more with less International exposure cultural and languages Critical thinking Entrepreneurship (innovation and creativity) Solutions oriented & Continuous learning culture (Continuous Improvement!)
Dunlap Draft Vision… Dunlap student will continuously excel in a global society by being:
Our work ahead… Aligned to the strategic plan!
Dr. Doug Reeves During the course of every major change initiative I have witnessed the words, “I wish I knew what was going on” are at the root of failures in translating leadership intent into action.
Professional Learning Communities What do we want each students to learn, know or be able to do? How will we know they have learned? What evidence do we have of the learning? How do we respond when students don’t learn or struggle? How do we respond to those who have already learned? Facilitated by Mrs. Becky Martin
The Power of Professional Learning Communities The most promising strategy for sustained, substantive school improvement is building the capacity of school personnel to function as a professional learning community. The path to change in the classroom lies within and through professional learning communities. Milbrey McLaughlin
The Continuous Improvement Classroom (Classroom Learning Community) Focus on 21st century skills Empowerment, ownership and responsibility Data driven-results focused Quality tools and processes Student centered Research based Facilitated by Dr. Lonna Anderson