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SCDSB November 2011 workshop with coaches and teacher librarians.

SCDSB November 2011 workshop with coaches and teacher librarians.

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  • The Homework Help website was created by the Independent Learning Centre, with full support from the Ministry of Education The site contains comprehensive content and enrichment activities that are aligned with the Ontario Curriculum. The goal is to increase student achievement in Mathematics at the Intermediate level - Grades 7 through 10
  • The most exciting part of the website is the ability for Students to obtain mathematical help from real online tutors. These Tutors are Ontario Certified Math Teachers and are available online Sunday to Thursday from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm EST Once the students selects the appropriate grade level for their mathematics course they will be presented with a list of tutors. They select a tutor and then ask their question. The tutors will help guide the student through their question using a combination of a whiteboard and audio.
  • Everytime the student asks a question in the chat room there session is recorded and stored in their locker space for future review. The student also has the ability to tag other sessions and lessons they find helpful. Besides having access to the tutors, the website offers a lot of other resources, like over 250 pre-recorded sessions that highlight key areas of concerns in the curriculum
  • In the Listen and Learn section there are many 30 minute presentations covering common lessons and topics with in the curriculum What site designed with kids in mind wouldn't have a section that has a series of fun interactive tools to reinforce skills and concepts.
  • The tool section has many useful items like a scientific calculator with built-in tutorials and a Glossary with Helpful definitions and diagrams right at your fingertips
  • Transcript

    • 1. Everybody needs a little T-L-C November Session
    • 2. Ever feel like this?
    • 3. Welcome
      • James Dobson Literacy Consultant, K-12
      • Morning Session – 9 am – 11:30 am
      • Afternoon Session – 12:45 pm – 3:15 pm
      • Adult-learning model = no scheduled breaks
    • 4. Setting the Stage
      • Why are we meeting?
          • To share our thinking around current ideas in education
          • To build a network of support
      • What is the rationale behind bringing coaches and teacher-librarians together?
          • To develop a common, shared understanding of current practices
          • To collaborate with colleagues within and beyond our schools
    • 5. Today’s Agenda
      • Learning Goals / Success Criteria / Norms
      • Literacy support – a brief history
      • Survey Results
      • Essential Practices
      • Student Learning Needs
      • Inquiring Minds
      • Wrap-up and Good-bye
    • 6. Learning Goals and Success Criteria
      • Learning Goals
      • Develop a common understanding of the Essential Classroom Practices
      • Develop an inquiry question related to today’s discussion
      • Success Criteria
      • I have:
      • contributed my ideas about Essential Classroom Practices with colleagues
      • identified and reflected on needs addressed in my school
      • collaborated with colleagues to form an inquiry/action plan
    • 7. Let’s be CLEAR about Group Norms
      • C ollaborate - Support one another’s learning
      • L isten skillfully - Understand and be understood
      • E nsure every voice is heard
      • A dvocate - Seek clarification as required
      • R espect participants and their ideas
    • 8. What’s Been Happening Up Until Now?
      • Coaches :
      • ELRTs, JLRTs, Literacy Coaches (central)
      • In-school Literacy Coaches (TLCP, Instructional Core, Learning Goals and Success Criteria)
      • Instructional Coaches
      • Teacher-Librarians :
      • Workshops linked to Character Education, Technology, Special Education, English Language Learners.
      • Last year, focus was placed on curriculum deconstruction, learning goals, success criteria and models of collaboration
    • 9. Survey Results
      • Coaches
      • Over 50% of coaches are in their first or second year of coaching
      • Teacher-Librarians
      • Less than 20% of TLs are in their first or second year of their current roles
    • 10. “ Indicate your understanding of the Essential Classroom Practices”
      • 90% felt they had considerable understanding of how to implement the curriculum
      • More than half felt they had limited or some understanding of:
          • Descriptive Feedback
          • Differentiated Assessment
          • Moderation of Student Work
    • 11. School implementation of Essential Classroom Practices
      • More than 50% felt that their schools RARELY or SOMETIMES implemented the following practices:
          • Descriptive Feedback
          • Accountable Talk
          • Peer and Self Assessment
          • Differentiated Assessment
          • Moderation of Student Work
    • 12. On Your Placemat…
      • What are the skills/ competencies required of a literate, 21 st century learner?
    • 13. Introducing… The Essential Practices K-12
      • Developed at the end of 2010-2011 school year.
      • Working document that outlines the essential practices found in the Curriculum documents, Growing Success, School Effectiveness Framework, etc.
      • Forms the basis of all Professional Learning Opportunities offered to schools this year.
    • 14. Making your Thinking Visible
      • Circulate throughout the room and write down your ideas/understandings of each of the Essential Classroom Practices on the chart paper. (5 minutes)
      • Refer to the number located on the top corner of your placemat and stand by the corresponding Essential Practice. You will become the ‘ EXPERT ’ by reading the provided information and writing down new information or adjusting any misconceptions on the chart paper.
      • Complete the attached chart by recording a definition and considering structures and tools that could help support this practice.
      • Be prepared to SHARE with the group.
    • 15. On your placemat…
      • Select a competency or skill and record what Essential Classroom Practice would support this.
      • How could this Practice be used to support a student’s attainment of the identified skill or competency.
    • 16. On Your Placemat…
      • A million points to the person who
      • can tell us what SIPSA-WB stands for!
      • What is the greatest area of student learning need that you are currently focused on in your school? (SIPSA-WB)
      • What data supports this focus?
      • Which of the Essential Classroom Practices would support meeting the student learning need identified above? How would it support the need?
    • 17. Professional Learning Cycle
      • How does this model connect with what you already know about collaborative inquiry?
      • Where does the coach / teacher-librarian fit into this cycle?
    • 18. Planning Time
      • Reflect on the identified NEED and supporting Essential Classroom Practice you recorded earlier.
      • Create an ‘IF… THEN…’ statement that reflects your focus and record on your placemat and copy onto the strip of paper provided for sharing.
          • e.g. IF I work with teacher A on implementing accountable talk strategies in her literacy program, THEN student engagement levels and thinking will improve.
      • Brainstorm some ideas for implementing this action plan and consider what evidence you will bring to the next session for sharing.
    • 19. For our next session…
      • Bring evidence of student work that relates to your ‘IF…THEN…’ statement.
            • e.g. response journals, student writing (in progress), descriptive feedback on work (related to success criteria), video clips, blog entries, voice recordings, photos, etc.
    • 20. Homeworkhelp.ilc.org The goal is to increase student achievement in Mathematics at the Intermediate level - Grades 7 through 10
    • 21. Chat Rooms & Tutors
      • Real time online Certified Ontario Math Teachers tutors
      • 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm Sunday -Thursday
    • 22. Locker Space All questions are recorded for future review Best Sessions Over 250 pre-recorded sessions highlight key areas of concerns in the curriculum
    • 23. Listen & Learn
      • 30 minute presentations covering common lessons & topics
      Interactive Tutorials Fun interactive tools to build skills and understand concepts
    • 24. Calculator
      • Quick access to a scientific calculator and common tutorials
      Helpful definitions right at your fingertips Glossary
    • 25.
      • Contact Information
      eLearning Homework Help Blended Learning Digital Resources ( OERB-OSAPAC) Dale Beech eLearning Contact 705-734-6363 ext 11411 [email_address]
    • 26. Keeping In Touch and Sharing Ideas
      • http://scdsbnetworkedlearning.ca
      • Groups  Coach/TL  Home
      • Documents
      • Forum
    • 27. How are you feeling now? Thank you