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  • After activity is finished, have each BT introduce himself/herself to the group by stating: name, school, grade/subject
  • Next 9 slides 12:45 – 1:00
  • Now, read what Harry Wong says about the First Day of School Comments 1- 5 6-7 ONLY you can control!
  • 1:00 – 2:15 Break 2:15 – 2:30

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  • New Teacher Orientation Asheboro City Schools August 9-11, 2010 Starting on the Right Foot
  • Welcome to ACS
    • Candybar Test!
    • Directions: Select a candybar.
    • Did you select a:
    • Baby Ruth?
    • Three Musketeers?
    • Butterfinger?
    • Snickers?
    • Hersey’s?
    • Almond Joy?
    • Clark?
    • What does your candybar choice say tell us about your personality?
    • SMART BOARD ACTIVITY!
  • Handshake Activity
    • 1 . Greet someone in the group with a handshake.
    • 2. Introduce yourself.
    • 3. Discuss with your partner your expectations for the next three days.
    • 4. At the signal, find another person, and repeat steps 1-3.
  • Parking Lot
    • What are your top three concerns or questions that you hope to have addressed or answered during this orientation?
    • “ Every day millions of students arrive at American classrooms in search of more than reading and math skills. They are looking for a light in the darkness of their lives, a Good Samaritan who will stop and bandage a burned heart or ego.”
    • -Jim Trelease
  •  
  • The Effective Teacher
    • The 4 Stages of Teaching
    • Fantasy
    • Survival
    • Mastery
    • Impact
    Reference: Ryan, Kevin. The Induction of New Teachers, Fastback 237. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa, 1986.
    • “ The very first day of school is the most important day of the school year… What EFFECTIVE TEACHERS do on the very first day will determine the success of the class.”
    • Harry Wong, (2009), The First Days of School .
  • The Effective Teacher
    • The EFFECTIVE TEACHER
    • 1. Is A Good Classroom Manager
    • 2. Designs Lessons To Reach
    • Mastery
    • 3. Has Positive Expectations That
    • Students Will Be Successful
    Reference: Good, Thomas L. and Jere Brophy. Looking in Classrooms . Harper-Collins, 1994, pp. 376-377.
  • Creating A Climate For Learning
    • “ Effective teachers believe that all students can learn and be successful. Effective teachers consciously create a climate in which all students feel included. Effective teachers believe that there is potential in each learner and commit to finding the key that will unlock the potential.”
    • Gregory & Chapman. (2007). Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn’t Fit All.
    • “ Closely related to teachers’ behavior is the development of a classroom climate conducive to good thinking…students cannot think well in a harsh, threatening situation…Teachers can make their classrooms more thoughtful places by demonstrating in their actions that they welcome originality and differences of opinion.”
    • Marzano. (1992). Dimensions of Learning.
  • The Seven Things Students Want to Know on the First Day of School
    • Am I in the right room?
    • Where am I supposed to sit?
    • What are the rules in this classroom?
    • What will I be doing this year?
    • How will I be graded?
    • Who is the teacher as a person?
    • Will you treat me as a human being?
    • (Wong, Harry.(2009). The First Days of School .
    • Group Norms
    Table Talk
  • Group Norms
    • Be on time. (Repsonsibility)
    • Turn off pagers or cell phones. (Respect)
    • No sidebar conversations. (Respect, Self-discipline)
    • Listen. (Respect)
    • Honor one another’s strengths and differences. (Honesty, Respect, Self-discipline)
    • Share your ideas. (Citizenship)
    • Give credit for other’s ideas. (Kindness)
    • Participate. (Courage)
    • “ Learning from the Past”
    • Cooperative Group
    • Activity
    • Directions:
    • 1.Select a Facilitator, Recorder, Reporter, and a Runner.
    • 2. Use the chart paper provided. Divide the paper into two columns:
    • Least Favorite Teacher and Most Favorite Teacher.
    • 3. Think of the very best teacher that you had while you were in school. What qualities did that teacher have that made him/her special. List those qualities in the appropriate column. Repeat these directions for your least favorite teacher.
    • 4. Share!
    • 5. Debrief roles for cooperative learning.
  • BRE AK
  • The Seven Things Teachers Want to Know on the First Day of New Teacher Orientation
    • Am I in the right room?
    • Where am I supposed to sit?
    • What are the rules in this classroom?
    • What will I be doing this year?
    • How will I be graded?
    • Who is the teacher as a person?
    • Will you treat me as a human being?
    • www.asheboro.k12.nc.us
    • Asheboro City Schools Beginning Teacher/Mentor Support Program
    • www.instructionmatters.wikispaces.com
    Asheboro City Schools
  • Parking Lot
    • What additional thoughts/questions do you have about the Beginning Teacher Support/Induction Program?
    • LUNCH!
    • “ Thank you
    • Chick-Fil-A ! “
  • Panel Discussion
    • Ms. Nicholl Hicks Teacher/DLL
    • Ms. Erin Wenger Teacher/DLL
    • Mr. Chris Burian Teacher/LP
    • Ms. Jill Snotherly Teacher/GBT
    • Ms. Kristen Chalifoux Teacher/CWM
    • Ms. Jamie Cope Art/SAMS
    • Ms. Makenzie Lore Teacher/NAMS
    • Ms. Leigh Jones Principal/NAMS
    • Ms. Ann Carol Grant Principal/SAMS
    • Ms. Julie Pack Administrator/BCA
    • Ms. Sherry Ficquette AP/GBT
  • Special Guest
    • Dr. Brad Rice, Director of Support Services
      • Educational Law: What every new teacher needs to know!
      • Deborah Greenblatt legislation
      • Sexual Harassment
      • Bullying
      • Other Hot Topics!
  • Thinking Maps
    • SMART BOARD Activity !
  • Wrap Up!
    • Day 2: Report to your school.
      • 8:00 – 3:00 pm
    • Day 3: Report to the Central Office Board Room.
        • 8:30 -4:00 pm
  • Reflections/Comments What I am taking away today,… What I still hope to get,….
  • That Noble Title Teacher A s you begin this school year, may you remember the fine nuances and the distinguishing essence of that proud word Teacher . Let you be reminded of the tools you have at your command, because of your talents, your traits, and your training…and because you chose to become a Teacher. Teacher – you are a poet, as you weave with your colorful magic language a passion for your subject. You create a vast and grand mosaic of curiosities to imagine, secrets to unfold, connections only to begin the cycle of learning. Teacher – you are a physicist, as you bring magic, logic, reason, and wonder to the properties, changes and interactions of our universe. Teacher – you are a maestro, a master of composing as you conduct and orchestrate individuals’ thoughts and actions from discordant cacophony into harmonic resonance. Teacher – you are an architect, as you provide each student a solid foundation, but always with a vision of the magnificent structure that is about to change. Teacher – you are a gymnast, as you encourage the contortions and gyrations of thoughts and the flexing and strengthening of ideas. Teacher – you are a diplomat and the ambassador of tact and sensitivity, as you facilitate productive, positive interactions among the multiplicity of personalities and cultures, beliefs, and ideals. Teacher – you are a philosopher, as your actions and ethics convey meaning and hope to young people who look to you for guidance and example. -Trish Marcuzzo Omaha Public Schools
  • Reflections/Comments What I am taking away today,… What I still hope to get,….