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BLC11: CAPS presentation for Donna Deeds

  1. 1. Creating an Environment for Innovation: Partnerships, Program and Spaces Donna Deeds, Executive Director Copyright 2011
  2. 2. Donna Deeds Executive Director
  3. 3. What is the most compelling education problem you or your organization is facing? What is the mostcompelling educational problem that you FILL IMAGE
  4. 4. CAPS is an example of howindustry and our educationalsystem can work together toproduce authentic, personalizedlearning experiences that preparethe next generation of professionalsfor 21st century opportunities.
  5. 5. 2006: 2011Charge to 2008: Full implementationSuperintendent + Search for Exec.Research Director starts NSBA Citation (Donna Deeds starts “provide unique April 1) Edison Awardstudent learningopportunities that Programming Evolution andcurrently do not exist in workshops sharing;the school district” commence Accelerator space 2007: 2009/2010: Feasibility Study CONSTRUCTION Presented the idea Pre-engineering in all of a “Center Based High Schools while Program” designing balance of (CBP) CAPS strands Full immersion into business classrooms
  6. 6. VEHICLE COMING TO A HALT IMAGE. Is this sounding familiar?
  7. 7. The CAPS pillars 1 2 3 4 5 { { { { { Focus on Liberate your Free your Redefine + Set the stagecrosspollination curriculum instructors value skills for innovation
  8. 8. 1{ Focus on crosspollination Mentors, clients2{ Liberate your Real product, interdisciplinary curriculum team3{ Free your instructors Advising, facilitation4{ Redefine + value skills Making the pitch, Customer ready5{ Set the stage Design, Creating for innovation a business
  9. 9. 1 2 3 4 5 { Break out of schoolFocus on Re-allocate resourcescross- Tap the untappedpollination Embrace possibility
  10. 10. The educationinnovation cycle
  11. 11. Schools are creating students to act in a fictitious world.
  12. 12. People Processes Spaces Break out of school–look outwards.
  13. 13. Benchmark beyond education Classroom Google
  14. 14. We need cross-pollination.
  15. 15. Cross pollinators draw associations and connections between seemingly unrelated ideas or concepts to break new ground.
  16. 16. Every decision we made had to answer thequestion...Does this look like a high school? Would you see this in a high school? If so, then we made a different decision.  – Donna Deeds, Executive Director
  17. 17. Local leadersRole models Spaces + demand
  18. 18. BVCAPS | Industry Partners Bioscience Business Engineering Human Services
  19. 19. If relationships are at the center of what you do,re-allocate resources to it.
  20. 20. Tap the untapped.Grow your community.
  21. 21. Embrace possibility.
  22. 22. 1 2 3 4 5 { Rapid prototypeLiberate your Tools + clients + productscurriculum Build on partnerships
  23. 23. Rapid Prototyping | Overview Look to the Form dynamic, Create future heterogenous thoughtful “end users” group curriculum feedback loops
  24. 24. Again, we looked outside.Real problems + real collaborationsmean real solutions
  25. 25. 1. Feedback from business first.2. Take back to school system for feedback.
  26. 26. STEP 1: Input CAPS Rapid Prototyping Curriculum Development © a. CAPS Advisory Board b. Economic and Industry Trends c. Student Interest d. Effectiveness Data STEP 9: Final Curriculum 3rd (Final) OUTPUT and Course APPROVED Design STEP 2, 5 & 8: Prototyping Team 2nd OUTPUT a. Field Test STEP 3 & 6: a. Industry, university, CAPS Curriculum 1st OUTPUT HS experts a. Roadmap b. Prototype c. Course syllabi BACK FOR 2ND REVISION BACK FOR 1ST REVISION OUT FOR 2ND REVIEW OUT FOR 1ST REVIEW CAPS AREAS OF STUDY STEP 4: Feedback Loop One a. External BIOSCIENCE Field Experts BUSINESS, TECHNOLOGY & MEDIA STEP 7: Feedback Loop Two a. External ENGINEERING and Internal Stakeholders HUMAN SERVICESwww.bvcaps.org
  27. 27. Real tools, authentic projects,+ working spaces.
  28. 28. 32
  29. 29. Find the right questions Terrarium Forest
  30. 30. 1 2 3 4 5 { Diversify staffFree your Shift your hiring paradigminstructors Cultivate DRIVE
  31. 31. We asked:How do companies attract talent?
  32. 32. Leadership Team Chad Jon Director Business Relations   Assistant principal, 31 years of executive Virtual School sales with General administrator, 21st Electric, Deep network Century Programs of relationships. Magnet school Donna administrator Executive Director Principal, Corporate Executive, Entrepreneur, District Office Administrator
  33. 33. 100%hold 85% 41+ professionaladvanced have certificationsdegrees business earned experience75% 15 22%have spent average straight fromtime working years of their field ofin BV High teaching expertiseSchools experience
  34. 34. Diversify staff ER Doctor Retired Sport Mechanical corporate medicine engineer executive professional
  35. 35. Shift your hiring paradigm ✓ Play role of learning coach and manager, not a dispenser of knowledge. ✓ Ability to facilitate inquiry- based learning through ʻauthentic pedagogyʼ ✓ Ability to co-teach with an external expert from the field of study. ✓ Ability to develop and perform formative and summative authentic assessments ✓ High tolerance for constant change, embrace novelty.
  36. 36. Cultivate a driven team.AUTONOMYMASTERYPURPOSE
  37. 37. 1 2 3 4 5Redefine +value skillsfirst { Identify skills Redefine assessment
  38. 38. We asked:“What is important for earlycareer success?”
  39. 39. Identify and vet skills ✓ Black and Veatch ✓ H & R Block ✓ Sprint ✓ Freedom Bank ✓ KansasBio ✓ Bayer CropScience ✓ University of Kansas ✓ DLR Group ✓ Garmin ✓ LeaderFuelNow ✓ American Century
  40. 40. Skills AttributesCAPS Model ofProfessionalism Critical Experiences/ Outputs The “X-factor”
  41. 41. XThe “x-factor”
  42. 42. Authentic dialogue and mentoring.Not just grades.
  43. 43. 1 2 3 4 5 { Break down wallsSet the stage Shape + own spacefor innovation Space to accelerate
  44. 44. You need designers who understand education.
  45. 45. ExhibitionCollaborationFlexibilityStorageTransparency
  46. 46. Visioning process
  47. 47. Building Layout STRAND Learning Flexible Teaching Spaces Facilitators Innovation Area Atrium/Core/Café Innovation Area Learning Facilitators Flexible Teaching Spaces STRAND
  48. 48. Floor Plan✓ State of the Art Strands✓ Interstitial Innovation Areas✓ Ubiquitous Professional Learning Community✓ Visual Identity✓ Sustainability that teaches
  49. 49. Forum spaces forpresentations oflearning andprojects to classand community.
  50. 50. Rethinking thecorridor to empowerspill-over projects,spontaneousinteraction, andinterdisciplinaryexposure.
  51. 51. Empower theprofessionalism +collaboration ofteachers to fuelmulti-directionallearning andinterdisciplinaryprojects.
  52. 52. Technology andspace to supportglobal connectivity +collaboration inpreparation for theglobal economy.
  53. 53. Today, the linesbetween work + play + learning are blurred, look to third spaces such as cafés for creating comfortable places to collaborate.
  54. 54. Cross pollination space Shelled Space Future Accelerator
  55. 55. Creating a space together
  56. 56. Go to your local industry...
  57. 57. ...and simply ask: What should we be teaching our students?
  58. 58. Your questions?On our process, space, team, culture, or future.Resources can be found here:bvcaps-donna.tumblr.com
  59. 59. When you do... Iʼll be hosting aCall me. webinar this August to continue the dialogue.
  60. 60. Donna Deeds Executive Director BV CAPS ddeeds@bvschools.org Steve Turckes Global practice leader Education Planning+Designsteve.turckes@perkinswill.com
  61. 61. Creating an Environment for Innovation: Partnerships, Program and Spaces Donna Deeds, Executive Director Copyright 2011

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