Rev your pd

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Presentation for 2013 NAIS
"Revolutionize Your Professional Development"
Authors: Kim Sivick,Liz B. Davis, Anthony McGrann, Shannon Montague

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Rev your pd

  1. 1. Revolutionize Your Professional Development
  2. 2. Kim SivickSpringsideChestnut Hill Academy ksivick@sch.org @ksivick
  3. 3. Liz DavisBelmont Hill School, MA davis@belmonthill.org @lizbdavis
  4. 4. Anthony McGrann Epiphany School, Seattle amcgrann@epiphanyschool.org @mrmcgrann
  5. 5. Shannon Montague Bryn Mawr School, Baltimoresmontague@brynmawrschool.org @montysays
  6. 6. StandUp If....
  7. 7. StandUp If...Your faculty is excited by your in-house Professional Development Days
  8. 8. StandUp If.... You are satisfiedwith your in house ProfessionalDevelopment Days
  9. 9. StandUp If....You have in-houseexperts who could share their knowledge.
  10. 10. Sit down If.... You are anadministrator
  11. 11. Sit down If.... You are a classroom teacher
  12. 12. What?So What?Now What?
  13. 13. What?
  14. 14. unconference
  15. 15. Passionate Learning starts with Passionate Educators
  16. 16. Share yourpassion
  17. 17. Hang out withpassionate people
  18. 18. In Dec of 2009 a group of 10 educators from 10 different schools both public and privatedecided to revolutionize PDand planned the first edcamp
  19. 19. Free Non-commercial Participant driven No keynotesAnyone can present Law of 2 feet
  20. 20. Videos on Edcamp:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQyceeXzuPMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVDUIoMavLMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr7teMAk-hAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7kBnudi_8I
  21. 21. Vision & Mission Vision: Promoting organic, participant-driven professional development for K-12 educators worldwide. Mission: To support free edcamp unconferences for educators toexchange ideas and learn together.
  22. 22. Over 200 edcamps since the first edcampPhilly in May of 2012
  23. 23. Edcamp.wikispaces.com Edcamp.org
  24. 24. So What?
  25. 25. Public Private
  26. 26. space
  27. 27. people
  28. 28. model forschools
  29. 29. commitment
  30. 30. motivation
  31. 31. collaboration
  32. 32. participation
  33. 33. differentiation
  34. 34. Curriculum Mapping
  35. 35. Engagement
  36. 36. Teacherleadership
  37. 37. collegiality
  38. 38. cost effectiveness
  39. 39. Now What?
  40. 40. learner centeredknowledge centeredassessment centeredcommunity centered "How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience and School" National Research Council, 2000
  41. 41. At your school . . .
  42. 42. At my school . . .
  43. 43. Learner Centered exploreteach
  44. 44. Knowledge Centered
  45. 45. Assessment Centered Project-based Learning in Elementary SchoolTeaching Art Technology iPads from Pilot to Implementation Discussing Online Learning Teacher Evaluations "This style empowers teachers in a way that normal meetings do not, and I believe heightens engagement and reflection after the meeting is over."
  46. 46. Community Centered
  47. 47. Considerations facilitators first time length and size of around sessions ability for follow up; time for faculty thoughtful reflection networking, teaming, c (through onversation blogging, etc.
  48. 48. Whats next?Teachers Unplugged:a Revolutionary Salon Tomorrow #NAISUP @ksivick @lizbdavis @mrmcgrann March 2, 2013 @montysays www.edcampis.org
  49. 49. Methods of thought whichclaim to give the lead toour world in the name ofrevolution havebecome, inreality, ideologies ofconsentand not ofrebellion.Albert Camus

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