Hamilton Southeastern Community Workshop - 10/10/12

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Hamilton Southeastern Community Workshop - 10/10/12

  1. 1. DesigntheFutureHAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN SCHOOL DISTRICT COMMUNITY DESIGN AMBASSADORS 10/10/12
  2. 2. !? WE ARE HERE.DISCOVERY ACTIVATION STRATEGY OCTOBER ONWARD DESIGN STRATEGY 10/10 WORKSHOP 2 DRAFT VISION AND DRIVERS AUGUST 10/15 RESEARCH CSO/CANNON NOVEMBER- WK 1 INTERVIEWS CHARRETTE CSO/CANNON SURVEY DRAFT ARCH CHARRETTE 9/11 PROGRAM/ OPTIONS AND COST 8/13-14 WORKSHOP 1 CONCEPTS ESTIMATING PROTOTYPE DESIGN 9/20 10/18 LAB BOARD BOARD NOVEMBER DECEMBER MEETING MEETING WK 2-3 1028 HEARING 8/21 COMMUNITY & & EDUCATION FORUM REFERENDUM COMMUNITY COMMUNITY ROUNDTABLE PRESENT SUPPORT FORUM FORUM ARCH CONCEPT CONCEPTS 8/8 EDUCATOR CORE WORKSHOP LEADERSHIP MEETING AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2013
  3. 3. GOALS FOR TODAYShare progress on process and whatwe’re finding.Present drivers & spatial concepts fromfindings and receive feedback.Explore the experience of the learning &life commons.
  4. 4. GOALS FOR TODAYShare progress on process and whatwe’re finding.Present drivers & spatial concepts fromfindings and receive feedback.Explore the experience of the learning &life commons.
  5. 5. WHAT WE’RE ASKING OURSELVES AS ADISTRICT, COMMUNITY, AND DESIGN TEAM:What will the Academies accomplish forthe Hamilton Southeastern district?What defines the Academy experience?How can we best empower the fullpotential of our students?
  6. 6. RE-DESIGN YOURLOCKER EXPERIENCE.RE-DESIGN YOURINFORMATION EXPERIENCE.
  7. 7. DISCOVERY SURVEYS
  8. 8. “The academies will no doubtforce us to look at high schooldifferently,which is certainly healthy. And force usto look at instruction differently, which isalso healthy. And for the wholecommunity to consider new post-secondary options.”JASON URBANPRINCIPAL, FISHERS HS
  9. 9. DISCOVERY EDUCATOR SURVEYDistrict’s CURRENT top commitments to the STUDENTexperience College Preparedness Collaboration Use of Emerging Technologies Student-Led Initiatives Community Service ExperiencesWeakest: Internships
  10. 10. DISCOVERY EDUCATOR SURVEYDistrict’s CURRENT top commitments to the TEACHERexperience Professional Development Best Practices Research Use of Emerging Technologies Relationships with Community Peer CollaborationWeakest: Department Planning Time
  11. 11. DISCOVERY EDUCATOR SURVEYWhat should be the TOP PRIORITIES for NEWacademies: College preparation Use of emerging technologies Project experiences Solving complex problems Offering college creditLowest: Testing
  12. 12. DISCOVERY EDUCATOR SURVEYPick three descriptions of the NEW Academy
  13. 13. What are emerging spatial barriers forstudents?• Social time, social space• Courtyards are off limits• No ownership over open space• Academic clubs need a home and celebration• No place to communicate culture• Hoops to jump through to have ownership• Large, disorienting campuses• Closed campus
  14. 14. GOALS FOR TODAYShare progress on process and whatwe’re finding.Present drivers & spatial concepts fromfindings and receive feedback.Explore the experience of the learning &life commons.
  15. 15. CONTEXT:AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE DISTRICT5 Prepare students and families for the4 steps after high school #1 - 4.52/5.00 in COMMUNITY SURVEY3 Help each student hit their stride and determine their future2 #2 - 4.15/5.00 in COMMUNITY SURVEY1 Introduce new approaches to teaching and learning #3 - 4.07/5.00 in COMMUNITY SURVEY
  16. 16. GROW FROM STRONG ROOTSThe academy should identify, connect, andempowerthe best, promising, and emerging learningexperiences that already existin and outside of the classroom.
  17. 17. DESIGN DRIVERS introduce students to learning PREVIEW experiences beyond high school guide students toward a spectrum of NAVIGATE opportunity and next steps equip for a cycle of reINVENT self-discovery empower student leadership and self LAUNCH direction create a symbiotic relationship BRIDGE between academies, their high schools, and the world
  18. 18. introduce students to learning PREVIEW experiences beyond high school“Education becomes meaningful when I am able toproduce results, beyond that which is on a pieceof paper.”STUDENT SURVEY“Right now, college is just a slightly scary wordrepresenting an abstract idea that is my future.”STUDENT SURVEY“Students need to be put out of their comfortrange.”STUDENT SURVEY
  19. 19. guide students toward a NAVIGATE spectrum of opportunity and next steps“Our school thinks success looks just one way....We’re diverse. Success should be diverse”STUDENT HANG OUT“There are so many opportunities. [We need morehelp] finding them & pursuring them... It’s by chance”STUDENT HANG OUT“Instead of asking: ‘do you know what you wouldchoose?’We should ask: ‘do you know how you would choose?’”COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  20. 20. reINVENT equip for a cycle of self-discovery“To prosper beyond high school, we as studentsneed to develop our entire person”STUDENT SURVEY“Teach how to pursue a passion and see all theplaces it can lead”COMMUNITY WORKSHOP“I just had to reinvent myself [as an adult]... Highschool only prepared me for a one track...Preparing for constant change is more important.”PARENT - COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
  21. 21. empower student leadership and LAUNCH self direction“It’s time for them to go and write their own story”COMMUNITY WORKSHOP“[Through my student groups], I have learned how toinitiate activities and develop my ideas into action.”STUDENT SURVEY COMMUNITY 4% SURVEY pave the way“It is essential to integrate not justacademics but other activities...In highschool, we are often just generalizedas students. 85%STUDENT SURVEY define your own future
  22. 22. create a symbiotic relationship BRIDGE between academies, their high schools, and the world“We have the opportunity to create a vibrant,central area that defines the school”STUDENT HANG OUTStudent report their main threshold is betweensophomore and junior year:• Start AP/Advanced classes • Take on more leadership and responsibility• Lead clubs and practices • Think about futureSTUDENT HANG OUT“We are preparing for the next steps, but we still want toenjoy high school. How can the academies do both?”STUDENT DESIGN LAB
  23. 23. THE DESIGN DRIVERS WILL...Empower InnovativeLearning Catalyze Student Lifeengage teachers and celebrate and expandlearners around new student leadership and& best tools, style, self-initiative in theand methodologies. school and beyond Reinvent Guidance empower students discover their whole selves and navigate opportunity.
  24. 24. THOUGHTS,QUESTIONS, FEEDBACK
  25. 25. GOALS FOR TODAYShare progress on process and whatwe’re finding.Present drivers & spatial concepts fromfindings and receive feedback.Explore the experience of the learning &life commons.
  26. 26. VISUALLISTENING
  27. 27. CATALYZE STUDENT LIFE REINVENT GUIDANCE EMPOWER INNOVATIVE LEARNINGCREATE ACOMMONS
  28. 28. Learning Commons Scenario• Discover & Explore: List the people, organizations, and resources involved in this scenario. Brainstorm ways in which they might interact.
  29. 29. Learning Commons Scenario• Discover & Explore: List the people, organizations, and resources involved in this scenario. Brainstorm ways in which they might interact.• Bring it to life: Building on the above, what might happen in the commons before school, morning, lunch, afternoon, after school, evening, weekend, summer, break?
  30. 30. Learning Commons Scenario• Discover & Explore: List the people, organizations, and resources involved in this scenario. Brainstorm ways in which they might interact.• Bring it to life: Building on the above, what might happen in the commons before school, morning, lunch, afternoon, after school, evening, weekend, summer, break?• Define & Design: Brainstorm a list of the types of places and resources that might be needed to empower your scenario experiences and people. Create 2-3 defining places in the Student Life & Learning Commons. What do these places do?
  31. 31. Learning Commons Scenario• Discover & Explore: List the people, organizations, and resources involved in this scenario. Brainstorm ways in which they might interact.• Bring it to life: Building on the above, what might happen in the commons before school, morning, lunch, afternoon, after school, evening, weekend, summer, break?• Define & Design: Brainstorm a list of the types of places and resources that might be needed to empower your scenario experiences and people. Create 2-3 defining places in the Student Life & Learning Commons. What do these places do?• Goals & Vision: Share 2-4 key goals and principles that should define the commons.

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