Imperial Digital Workflows for Common Core

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Ideas for changing the way teachers instruct their classes for Common Core style environments.

Ideas for changing the way teachers instruct their classes for Common Core style environments.

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  • 1. Digital Workflows Minarets High School Jon CorippoThursday, January 31, 13
  • 2. Minarets High School O’Neals, California Jon Corippo, Director of Charter and Director of TechnologyThursday, January 31, 13
  • 3. Minarets High School minarets.us • Grades 9–12 • ~500 students • Rural regular - charter hybrid school • Founded in 2008Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 4. Minarets High School minarets.us • Grades 9–12 • ~500 students • Rural regular - charter hybrid school • Founded in 2008Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 5. Minarets High School minarets.us • Grades 9–12 • ~500 students • Rural regular - charter hybrid school • Founded in 2008Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 6. Minarets High School minarets.us • Grades 9–12 • ~500 students • Rural regular - charter hybrid school • Founded in 2008Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 7. Redesign the high school experience Make school AttractiveThursday, January 31, 13
  • 8. Redesign the high school experience Make school RelevantThursday, January 31, 13
  • 9. Redesign the high school experience Make school RelevantThursday, January 31, 13
  • 10. Redesign the high school experience Make school InspiringThursday, January 31, 13
  • 11. Redesign the high school experience Make school InspiringThursday, January 31, 13
  • 12. Redesign the high school experience Make school EngagingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 13. Redesign the high school experience Make school EngagingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 14. Technology + Culture Greater than the sum of its parts + Technology CultureThursday, January 31, 13
  • 15. Technology + Culture Greater than the sum of its parts Equals MinaretsThursday, January 31, 13
  • 16. Key Ingredient: Apple Technology One to one MacBook solutionThursday, January 31, 13
  • 17. Key Ingredient: Apple Technology One to one MacBook solution • Mac OS X ServerThursday, January 31, 13
  • 18. Key Ingredient: Apple Technology One to one MacBook solution • Mac OS X Server • iLife and iWork suitesThursday, January 31, 13
  • 19. Key Ingredient: Apple Technology One to one MacBook solution • Mac OS X Server • iLife and iWork suites • Final Cut XThursday, January 31, 13
  • 20. Key Ingredient: Apple Technology One to one MacBook solution • Mac OS X Server • iLife and iWork suites • Final Cut X • Motion and LogicThursday, January 31, 13
  • 21. Key Ingredient: Apple Technology One to one MacBook solution • Mac OS X Server • iLife and iWork suites • Final Cut X • Motion and Logic • iTunesThursday, January 31, 13
  • 22. Key Ingredient: Apple Technology One to one MacBook solution • Mac OS X Server • iLife and iWork suites • Final Cut X • Motion and Logic • iTunes • Apple TVThursday, January 31, 13
  • 23. Apps and Tools Google Apps Photoshop Ning Moodle Prezi Weebly for Education Sketchup Mathematica About.me Edmodo Wikispaces GlogsterThursday, January 31, 13
  • 24. TOOLS ARE GREAT BUT.....Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 25. TOOLS ARE GREAT BUT..... NEW WORKFLOWS ARE NEEDEDThursday, January 31, 13
  • 26. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 27. FIRE EVERYTHING!!Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 28. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 29. So we all have laptops... Now what?Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 30. Why do we study? DiscussThursday, January 31, 13
  • 31. Thoughts?Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 32. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 33. We dont own the learning - Alan NovemberThursday, January 31, 13
  • 34. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 35. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 36. Why dont They own The Learning?   Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 37. Lecture/notes depend on focusThursday, January 31, 13
  • 38. Lecture/notes depend on focus Aint gonna get itThursday, January 31, 13
  • 39. So we invented:Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 40. So we invented:Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 41. But these fail Students forget most of what they hear in lecture and then only recall 40% of the tested material two years later. http://scopeblog.stanford.edu/2012/05/rethinking-the-sage-on-stage-model-in-medical-education/Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 42. Test scores for the experimental group (non- lecture) was nearly double that of the control section (41% to 74%).Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 43. They MUST own the learning - Alan NovemberThursday, January 31, 13
  • 44. Is this unsettling yet? Let’s have some nonthreatening examples.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 45. Easy EMBEDDED InstructionsThursday, January 31, 13
  • 46. Director’s Commentary ProjectThursday, January 31, 13
  • 47. EXTR A tips for film maker sThursday, January 31, 13
  • 48. The Project:Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 49. First: Pick A F You Tru ilm ly EnjoyThursday, January 31, 13
  • 50. Second: NOTE TAKING Fact Gathering Sheet Name _____________________________ Get TEN Facts from watching The Thesis or Controlling Main Idea the Director’s Commentary Chapters or Sections Focus Area or Supporting Idea Focus Area or Supporting Idea Focus Area or Supporting Idea Get Film Techniques Get Scenarios Get Stories Get Failures Bibliography: ISBN#_________________________ Author(s) __________________________________ Get Fixes Book Title __________________________________________________________ Publisher __________________ Do this part on paper for your first grade on the project City _________________ State ________________ Year ____________ Source #_____________________ Bibliography: ISBN# _________________________ Author(s) __________________________________ Book Title __________________________________________________________ Publisher __________________ City _________________ State ________________ Year ____________ Source #_____________________Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 51. Need Ideas? http://www.ratethatcommentary.com/top100.php Current top 100 commentary tracks These are the commentary tracks in the RateThatCommentary.com database that have gotten the highest user votes so far. To qualify for the list, a track has to have gotten at least four votes. Or, if youre more interested in tracks to avoid, check out the lowest-rated commentaries.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 52. No need to guess Search the film ahead of time: http://dvdspecialfeatures.net/Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 53. SLIDE ELEMENTS Each slide should have: 4-6 facts and sentences describing what the Director has shared, either summarized or as a “direct quote” Have 1 to 3 pictures of that scene (***you can screen cap a DVD with Evernote) (***Production pics from IMDB.com okay too) Cite each picture or Quote. LATER: Cite the clips/pics using EasyBib.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 54. Make 10 Slides from the notes I will approve Your notes and the slides should matchThursday, January 31, 13
  • 55. DO ONE BIBLIOGRAPHY SLIDE FOUR Sources MinimumThursday, January 31, 13
  • 56. The Critics and Awards: A Recap Pick a film that you like and has a Director’s Commentary Track Learn TEN things from watching GRADE: Write them on your notes Write them on your notes Made 10 slides with the facts, stills and citations Have a bibliography slide FINAL GRADE: Be Done on Time!Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 57. Please Export as a video and share it at VIMEO Share the link at the Media Turn in FormThursday, January 31, 13
  • 58. Learning with Visual Images and CollectionsThursday, January 31, 13
  • 59. Keynote Karaoke How much can we learn in 1:37?Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 60. Keynote Karaoke Using visual imageryThursday, January 31, 13
  • 61. Keynote Karaoke Academic Vocabulary Using visual imageryThursday, January 31, 13
  • 62. Keynote Karaoke Academic Speaking skills Vocabulary and Presentation Using visual imageryThursday, January 31, 13
  • 63. Keynote Karaoke Academic Speaking skills Vocabulary and Presentation Using visual imagery A memorable, social experienceThursday, January 31, 13
  • 64. Imagery Reps Preso FinalThursday, January 31, 13
  • 65. a Technique We already haveThursday, January 31, 13
  • 66. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 67. Too Loose: Not accountable. Paper pen. Not “academic”. Unshareable.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 68. Transformed Teaching • Project based learning • Content creation • Social mediaThursday, January 31, 13
  • 69. Lots of reps and teachable momentsThursday, January 31, 13
  • 70. Lots of reps and teachable moments Creating, instead of listeningThursday, January 31, 13
  • 71. Lots of reps and teachable moments Creating, instead of listening Loud, social, messyThursday, January 31, 13
  • 72. Summarizing Clarifying KEY CONCEPT Visualizing AnnotatingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 73. Summarizing, gathering, owning, sharing, citing, presenting, keeping, repeating (instead of lecturing)Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 74. A Secret Weapon Google PresentationThursday, January 31, 13
  • 75. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 76. AccountableThursday, January 31, 13
  • 77. TimeFrame 20 Minutes Shareable A living document Any Subject 21st Century SkillThursday, January 31, 13
  • 78. An Example https://docs.google.com/ present/view? id=dd8hvqf_29jrfdd3f3Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 79. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 80. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 81. Rolling Notes Short Timeframes No Lecture Repeats and variations on a theme. Loud, Messy.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 82. Project Based LearningThursday, January 31, 13
  • 83. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 84. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 85. Relevant and Applies The Veterans’ History Day projectThursday, January 31, 13
  • 86. CaLifornia Media Festival WinnerThursday, January 31, 13
  • 87. CaLifornia Media Festival WinnerThursday, January 31, 13
  • 88. Results 88% of the first graduating class went to collegeThursday, January 31, 13
  • 89. Results 92% of graduating students were directly set for either a career or collegeThursday, January 31, 13
  • 90. Results 34% increase in state testing scores, ranked 2nd in Madera CountyThursday, January 31, 13
  • 91. Results 90% of sophomores pass the CAHSEE on the first tryThursday, January 31, 13
  • 92. Results 60% of Minarets students are from other districtsThursday, January 31, 13
  • 93. Best Practices • Prioritize school culture • Prioritize technology • Build technology and culture into curriculum from day one • Evaluate, iterate, and improveThursday, January 31, 13
  • 94. Student perspectivesThursday, January 31, 13
  • 95. “At Minarets, the school is constantly building itself, breaking records, and rising above expectations. This could have not been done without the student-teacher work force relationship we have here.” Student perspectivesThursday, January 31, 13
  • 96. Time ManagementThursday, January 31, 13
  • 97. “the suck” No one was allowed to say “Mogadishu” They had to say “the suck”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 98. But in school, we need a name for the problem. “the suck”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 99. defeating “the suck” Excitement Level: RestingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 100. defeating “the suck” Brainstorming Excitement Level: RestingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 101. defeating “the suck” Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting RealityThursday, January 31, 13
  • 102. defeating “the suck” Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 103. defeating “the suck” Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X” Failure to exit “the suck”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 104. defeating “the suck” Excitement Level: RestingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 105. defeating “the suck” Brainstorming Excitement Level: RestingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 106. defeating “the suck” Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting RealityThursday, January 31, 13
  • 107. defeating “the suck” Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 108. defeating “the suck” Completion Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 109. defeating “the suck” Completion Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 110. defeating “the suck” Completion Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X” “the suck”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 111. defeating “the suck” Due Date Completion Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 112. defeating “the suck” Due Date Completion Brainstorming Excitement Level: Resting Reality “X”Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 113. Completion Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 114. Completion Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 115. Completion Typical Student Activity Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 116. Completion Last Minute Typical Student Activity Rush Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 117. Completion Last Minute Typical Student Activity Rush Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 118. Completion Last Minute Typical Student Activity Rush Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 119. Ideal Student Activity Fast Completion Start Last Minute Typical Student Activity Rush Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 120. Finished Ideal Student Activity Early & Reflection Fast Completion Start Last Minute Typical Student Activity Rush Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 121. Finished Ideal Student Activity Early & Reflection Fast Completion Start Last Minute Typical Student Activity Rush Project Project Announced DueThursday, January 31, 13
  • 122. An acronym C.A.S.K. Comparing Annotation Summarizing Key quotesThursday, January 31, 13
  • 123. C.A.S.K. Comparing Raises test scores more than any other skill - Marzano One venn per preso?Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 124. C.A.S.K. Comparing Food English History Big Mac Song Battles Double Double Story LeadersThursday, January 31, 13
  • 125. C.A.S.K. Annotation A high level skill Essential for college Helps to instill honesty 4 per project?Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 126. C.A.S.K. AnnotationThursday, January 31, 13
  • 127. C.A.S.K. Summarizing Teach techniques! Use the technique: S, W, B, S, T http://wvde.state.wv.us/strategybank/Somebody-Wanted-But-So.htmlThursday, January 31, 13
  • 128. Somebody Wanted But So The Big Bad Wolf Pigs for dinner They hid in the brick house. He went hungry. She died in a concentration Anne Frank To hide from the Nazis Someone turned her in camp. He killed himself when Adolf Hitler To control all of Europe The Allies fought against him Germany was defeated. He ran into the Caribbean Christopher Columbus To sail to India to buy spices He claimed the area for Spain. Islands It later led to the electron tube, To invent the incandescent His lightbulb blackened (the Thomas Edison the basis of the electronics lightbulb Edison effect) industry He combined science and His father wanted him to be a Stephen Hawking To be a mathematician math to study black holes in chemist the universe.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 129. C.A.S.K. Summarizing S, W, B, S, T leads to SKILLED paraphrasing, this eliminates copy/paste Summarizing is a TOP 5 way to raise scores - MarzanoThursday, January 31, 13
  • 130. C.A.S.K. Key quotes Require a “key quote” from an article Require them to be noted as first or third person Key quotes are a kind of summary Key quotes are a State StandardThursday, January 31, 13
  • 131. C.A.S.K. Key quotesThursday, January 31, 13
  • 132. C.A.S.K. Key quotesThursday, January 31, 13
  • 133. Project Based Grading It’s a whole other animalThursday, January 31, 13
  • 134. Milestones It’s a PROCESS; Teach it. Teach it step by step.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 135. Milestones Have a “notes” due date Note taking / Fact gathering Segment Provide valid research point or sites - A Custom Google Search? Battleship Div 9 Grade notes, have them stored in EvernoteThursday, January 31, 13
  • 136. Milestones Paraphrasing Teach S, W, B, S, T to help prevent plagarism (suspicious? Google a sentence) Use Grammarly.com to self correct Have them do a “narrative” before the final project commences Give the narrative a grade, have a due dateThursday, January 31, 13
  • 137. Milestones Graphix The last phase Require a subtitle per slide Make sure the pics are authentic and sourced Teach them to use things other than Google, it lowers the accuracy Only one or two pics per slide or segment, they will try to jam you with graphicsThursday, January 31, 13
  • 138. Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 139. We have to “uncondition” the students from failure. They have been in “the suck” for years.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 140. Minarets HS Grading Policies Systematic Success We all need to play the same game. Updated for 2012-13Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 141. Minarets HS Fresh Grades For teachers: Routine and Fresh Grades Daily Use paper to collect them quickly Make up work should be marked "collected" immediately • Grade on events and milestones Project = notes, narrative, initial completion and preso Stale grades deny kids feedback AND dont reward finishingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 142. Minarets HS No Extra Credit Extra credit devalues being sharp and on time. Extra credit means things can be late. Extra credit means grade inflation. Being on time counts!Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 143. Minarets HS No Extra Credit If a student misses a deadline, there will be a negative result. Are extra points possible? Yes, kids can get extra points for being done EARLY ON THE NEXT project. Lets teach them being on time counts!Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 144. Minarets HS Late Work Late work needs to be late. When we extend deadlines we dont teach kids one of the most important lessons: Being done ahead of time. You cant be good at something if its always last minute.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 145. Minarets HS Late Work An assignment that misses a deadline gets a maximum of 70% 70% IS THE MAXIMUM FOR LATE WORK Late assignments can get a 50% or a 60% The lessons still count, and matter, but they are late.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 146. Minarets HS Work-based mentality Not everyone will get an A. But everyone can work. And everyone can grow. And everyone needs to learn to be industriousThursday, January 31, 13
  • 147. Minarets HS No "Write-Offs" You Have to Do ALL the Work Do you owe 20? Do 20 All the lessons matter.Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 148. Let’s NOT studyThursday, January 31, 13
  • 149. Let’s OWN the LearningThursday, January 31, 13
  • 150. Quick Review Embedded Instructions Keynote Karaoke Iron Chef Hands on The Suck GradingThursday, January 31, 13
  • 151. Effective 1:1 means Different: Teaching Different: Grading Different: Workflows Different: ResultsThursday, January 31, 13
  • 152. RockStarTeacher.usThursday, January 31, 13
  • 153. RockStarTeacher.usThursday, January 31, 13
  • 154. RockStarTeacher.us Azusa PacificThursday, January 31, 13
  • 155. RockStarTeacher.us Azusa Pacific Solana BeachThursday, January 31, 13
  • 156. RockStarTeacher.us Azusa Pacific Solana BeachThursday, January 31, 13
  • 157. RockStarTeacher.us Azusa Pacific ADEs & GCTs Solana Beach Galore!Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 158. RockStarTeacher.us 3 DAYS Azusa Pacific ADEs & GCTs $159* Solana Beach Galore!Thursday, January 31, 13
  • 159. Jon Corippo Chawanakee Unified Minarets HS • Central California Twitter: @jcorippo Email: jcorippo@gmail.com Apple Distinguished EducatorThursday, January 31, 13