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Designing a Better School Learning Impact 2022-Part 2

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About Project Tomorrow
(www.tomorrow.org)
 Nonprofit education organization supporting K-12 education since 1996
 Missio...

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About the Speak Up Research Project
 A leadership support tool for education leaders in schools,
districts, states and su...

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Designing a Better School Learning Impact 2022-Part 2

  1. 1. Many thanks to:
  2. 2. About Project Tomorrow (www.tomorrow.org)  Nonprofit education organization supporting K-12 education since 1996  Mission: to support the development of new leadership capacities within the K-12 ecosystem through the translation of research into practice  Core belief: the voices and views of K-12 stakeholders can be a valuable asset for stimulating change in education if used effectively  Programs and research: focus on understanding the impact of new learning models, including digital learning, on student outcomes and educator effectiveness
  3. 3. About the Speak Up Research Project  A leadership support tool for education leaders in schools, districts, states and supporting organizations.  A free turnkey service for schools and districts to collect feedback from students, parents, teachers and administrators. Includes local reports with state and national comparative data.  A process to effectively use the authentic views and ideas of K-12 stakeholders as an asset to inform decisions, programs, policies, funding and new initiatives.  A reliable and valid source for understanding key national and state trends in education since 2003. Facilitated annually by Project Tomorrow, Speak Up is: Most comprehensive data set on digital learning includes feedback from over 6.2 million K-12 stakeholders.
  4. 4. 1. Why listen to the ideas of our students? 2. How can we use those ideas to improve learning experiences for all students? For today’s discussion, what is our starting point?
  5. 5. Are we all seeing the same things? Do your students see learning and school in the same way we do?
  6. 6. Are we all seeing the same things? Do your students see learning and school in the same way we do? For today:  Suspend our assumptions  Be open to new perspectives  Respect the views of the students
  7. 7. Today’s student panel discussion – via video clips Speak Up Congressional Briefing October 2021 Virtual NSBA Advocacy Summit January 2022 In person – Washington DC Discussion themes:  Defining student engagement in school and learning  Students’ preferences for learning  Designing a better school or classroom learning experience
  8. 8. Let’s hear from our student panelists!  Trinity, Grade 7, Virginia  Oscar, Grade 9, Maryland  Mirakle, Grade 11, New York  Joseph, Grade 11, Texas  Remington, Grade 12, Virginia  Remy, Grade 12, California  Ava, Grade 12, Wisconsin Speak Up Congressional Briefing October 2021 Virtual NSBA Advocacy Summit January 2022 In person – Washington DC
  9. 9. Designing a better school or classroom learning experience
  10. 10. Understanding students’ current attitudes and expectations “Doing well in school is important to me.” Speak Up Research – 2021/22 school year results 80%of students in grades 6-12 agree
  11. 11. Understanding students’ current attitudes and expectations “Doing well in school is important to me.” Speak Up Research – 2021/22 school year results “The classroom environment at my school allows me to do my best work.” 80%of students in grades 6-12 agree 35%of students in grades 6-12 agree
  12. 12. Designing a better learning experience: Remington
  13. 13. Designing a better learning experience: Ava
  14. 14. Designing a better learning experience: Oscar
  15. 15. Designing a better learning experience: Remington
  16. 16. Designing a better learning experience: Oscar
  17. 17. Designing a better learning experience: Remington
  18. 18. Designing a better learning experience: Mirakle
  19. 19. Where do we go from here? 1. What did you learn from these students? 2. How do we effectively translate stakeholders’ views and aspirations into powerful new ideas for education improvement?
  20. 20. To access the complete set of student panels, visit www.tomorrow.org https://tomorrow.org/speakup/speakup_congress.html
  21. 21. Additional resources and information www.tomorrow.org
  22. 22. To learn more . . . .  To get a copy of today’s presentation deck  To learn more about Project Tomorrow and the Speak Up Research Project  To connect with us about potential collaborations
  23. 23. Julie A. Evans, Ed.D. Chief Executive Officer Project Tomorrow jevans@tomorrow.org @JulieEvans_PT 949-609-4661 Envisioning the future by listening to the ideas of our students

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