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5. move learning into classrooms

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Tools to move new teaching practices into the classroom.

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5. move learning into classrooms

  1. 1. We help teachers and principals Move Learning into the Classroom Tools to Move New Teaching Prac7ces into Classrooms include; Principal’s Tool 1.  Classroom Visit Guide- provides the support informa7on needed to provide meaningful teacher feedback. Teacher’s Tools 1.  Mini-Ac7on Planner- develop a plan to move new skills into classroom. 2.  Classroom Reflec7on Guide- reflect on the newly learned prac7ces 3.  E-Mail Mo7va7ng Messenger- automated messages help teachers keep a focus on Mini-Ac7on Plans. 1
  2. 2. What would you like to do? Upcoming Events •  Develop Post-Learning Mini-Ac7on Plan Messages from Coach There are no prac7ces currently ready for observa7on Pending Surveys There are no survey currently wai7ng for responses Teacher’s Dashboard HOME Welcome to Teaching Teachers Literacy 2 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Design Learning Event Organize Learning Event Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom DEVELOP A MINI- ACTION PLAN
  3. 3. TTL Teaching Teachers Literacy Hi Teacher Ashley, You are ready to develop a Mini-Ac7on Plan. Developing this plan will support the implementa7on of prac7ces included in your October 18, 2017 Learning Event. Log In 3
  4. 4. Teaching Teachers Literacy Post-Event: Check-Out Survey October 18th Learning Event A. Williams Brown Elementary School Whole Class Mini Lesson Connec7on Grade: 3 Whole Class Mini-Lesson ConnecNon Check all that you ready to include in your connec7ons. o  My opening is a invi7ng, enthusias7c welcome o  I ac7vate relevant prior knowledge o  I ac7vate relevant prior experience o  I share a story which acts as a metaphor for today’s teaching. Whole Class Mini-Lesson Teaching Point Check all that you ready to include in your sta7ng of the teaching point. o  I name the goal, or why, readers will want to use the reading 7p highlighted in the mini-lesson. o  I clearly name the specific steps of the reading strategy highlighted in the mini- lesson. o  I have students focus on using the 7p just a]er the mini-lesson AND any7me they find it useful for the rest of their life. o  Student data suggested my students were in need of the teaching point. SAVE MINI ACTION PLAN LOG OUT GO TO MY DASHBOARD 4 The most recent survey responses become mini-ac7on plan goals. Survey DirecNons •  The prac7ces that were topics of this learning event are below. •  The highlighted statements represent your pre-event responses. •  Make any changes by clicking on a statement. •  Highlight all statements that represent prac7ces you are READY TO INCLUDE in your daily prac7ce.
  5. 5. Teaching Teachers Literacy Mini-AcNon Plan Planner October 18th Learning Event The literacy instruc7on characteris7c targets are listed in the first column. Write your ac7on plan steps in the middle column. In the third column, indicate whether you would like coaching support. A. Williams Brown Elementary School Whole Class Mini Lesson Connec7on GOAL ACTION PLAN COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No Grade: 3 Whole Class Mini-Lesson Teaching Point GOAL ACTION PLAN COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No GOAL u I ac7vate relevant prior experience. GOAL u I name the goal, or why, readers will want to use the reading 7p highlighted in the mini-lesson. ACTION PLAN 1.  Use these as places for finding prior experience: ü  Yesterday’s work ü  Work done earlier in year ü  Talk with second grade teachers ACTION PLAN 1.  Use the teaching point frame: When readers want to ______, they do that by ________. COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No SAVE MINI ACTION PLAN LOG OUT GO TO MY DASHBOARD 5
  6. 6. Teaching Teachers Literacy Mini-AcNon Plan Planner October 18th Learning Event The literacy instruc7on characteris7c targets are listed in the first column. Write your ac7on plan steps in the middle column. In the third column, indicate whether you would like coaching support. A. Williams Brown Elementary School Whole Class Mini Lesson Connec7on GOAL ACTION PLAN COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No Grade: 3 Whole Class Mini-Lesson Teaching Point GOAL ACTION PLAN COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No GOAL u I ac7vate relevant prior experience. GOAL u I name the goal, or why, readers will want to use the reading 7p highlighted in the mini-lesson. ACTION PLAN 1.  Use these as places for finding prior experience: ü  Yesterday’s work ü  Work done earlier in year ü  Talk with second grade teachers ACTION PLAN 1.  Use the teaching point frame: When readers want to ______, they do that by ________. COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No COACHING SUPPORT? q Yes q No SAVE MINI ACTION PLAN LOG OUT GO TO MY DASHBOARD 6
  7. 7. CongratulaNons! Mini-AcNon Planner is developed and saved in your dashboard! 7 LOG OUT GO TO MY DASHBOARD 7 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Design Learning Event Organize Learning Event Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom
  8. 8. TTL <teachingteachersliteracy@high5academics.com> Hi Ashley, Have you been ac7va7ng prior experience in your connec7ons this week? Every day Most days Not Yet 8
  9. 9. TTL <teachingteachersliteracy@high5academics.com> Thank you, Ashley. Your response will be added to your ac7on plan report. Below is the email response reward you requested. TTL Change Email Response Reward q  Teaching Idea q  Inspira7onal Message q  Animal Video Stories q  Educa7onal Comics 9
  10. 10. You are ready to create a classroom visit guide. Upcoming Events No events currently scheduled Schedule a New Event Ready for Classroom Visits There are no prac7ces currently ready for observa7on Principal’s Dashboard GO TO CLASSROOOM VISIT GUIDE HOME Welcome to Teaching Teachers Literacy 10 The next steps include; -Select the classroom teacher and the date of your visit. -Select the literacy pracNces you will be observing. -Select the type of guide you would like to create. Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Visit Guide
  11. 11. Classroom Visit Guide Teacher ∨ Date ∨ ∨ ∨ Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET VISIT GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME NOTE: The Current School Year Literacy Learning Curriculum automa7cally downloads. NOTE: You can choose the Type of guide you would like to create here. NOTE: The teacher informa7on is selected here. 11 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Visit Guide
  12. 12. Classroom Visit Guide Teacher ∨ Johnson Date 11 ∨ 7 ∨ 17 ∨ Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET VISIT GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 12 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Visit Guide
  13. 13. Classroom Visit Guide Teacher ∨ Johnson Date 11 ∨ 7 ∨ 17 ∨ Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET VISIT GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 13 Mini- Lesson’s ConnecNon I am valued. Today is going to be exciNng. What I already know, which will be used today, is… What I already can do, which will be used today, is… My teacher’s story gave me the how or why of today’s work. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Mini- Lesson’s Teaching Point I know what my teacher observed that inspired today’s 7p. I know the goal, or why, I will use today’s 7p. I know when to use the 7p in any type of text. I know the steps to take to reach the goal. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Visit Guide
  14. 14. Classroom Visit Guide Teacher ∨ Johnson Date 11 ∨ 7 ∨ 17 ∨ Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET VISIT GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 14 Mini- Lesson’s ConnecNon I am valued. Today is going to be exciNng. What I already know, which will be used today, is… What I already can do, which will be used today, is… My teacher’s story gave me the how or why of today’s work. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Mini- Lesson’s Teaching Point I know what my teacher observed that inspired today’s 7p. I know the goal, or why, I will use today’s 7p. I know when to use the 7p in any type of text. I know the steps to take to reach the goal. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Visit Guide
  15. 15. Classroom Visit Guide Teacher ∨ Johnson Date 11 ∨ 7 ∨ 17 ∨ Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET VISIT GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 15 Mini- Lesson’s ConnecNon I am valued. Today is going to be exciNng. What I already know, which will be used today, is… What I already can do, which will be used today, is… My teacher’s story gave me the how or why of today’s work. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Mini- Lesson’s Teaching Point I know what my teacher observed that inspired today’s 7p. I know the goal, or why, I will use today’s 7p. I know when to use the 7p in any type of text. I know the steps to take to reach the goal. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Visit Guide
  16. 16. Classroom Visit Guide Teacher ∨ Johnson Date 11 ∨ 7 ∨ 17 ∨ Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET VISIT GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 16 Mini- Lesson’s ConnecNon I am valued. Today is going to be exciNng. What I already know, which will be used today, is… What I already can do, which will be used today, is… My teacher’s story gave me the how or why of today’s work. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Mini- Lesson’s Teaching Point I know what my teacher observed that inspired today’s 7p. I know the goal, or why, I will use today’s 7p. I know when to use the 7p in any type of text. I know the steps to take to reach the goal. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Visit Guide
  17. 17. CongratulaNons! Your Classroom Visit Guide has been successfully saved in your Principal’s Dashboard. GO TO CLASSROOM VISIT GUIDE GO TO PRINCIPAL DASHBOARD LOG OUT 17 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning
  18. 18. Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events Messages from Coach There are no prac7ces currently ready for observa7on Pending Surveys There are no pending surveys Teacher’s Dashboard DEVELOP A CLASSROOM REFLECTION GUIDE Welcome to Teaching Teachers Literacy 18 GO TO TEACHER DASHBOARD You are ready to create a classroom reflecNon guide. The next steps include; -Select the literacy pracNces you would like to reflect on. -Select the type of reflecNon guide you would like to create. Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom
  19. 19. Classroom ReflecNon Guide Date 11 14 17 Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Compare to Survey Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET REFLECTION GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 19 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Reflec7on Guide
  20. 20. Classroom ReflecNon Guide Date 11 14 17 Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Compare to Survey Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET REFLECTION GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 20 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Reflec7on Guide
  21. 21. Classroom ReflecNon Guide Date 11 14 17 Type of Guide Student Perspec7ve Teacher Moves Compare to Survey Principal Notes Anecdotal Whole Class Mini-Lesson Connec7on Teaching Point Teach Ac7ve Engagement Link Classroom Culture Physical Environment Roles and Rou7nes SUBMIT SET REFLECTION GUIDE START OVER OPEN NEW GUIDE HOME 21 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom Classroom Reflec7on Guide Whole Class Mini-Lesson ConnecNon Check all that were included in your connec7ons. u My opening is a invi7ng, enthusias7c welcome u I ac7vate relevant prior knowledge u I ac7vate relevant prior experience o  I share a story which acts as a metaphor for today’s teaching. Whole Class Mini-Lesson Teaching Point Check all that were included in your sta7ng of the teaching point. u I name the goal, or why, readers will want to use the reading 7p highlighted in the mini-lesson. u I clearly name the specific steps of the reading strategy highlighted in the mini-lesson. o  I have students focus on using the 7p just a]er the mini-lesson AND any7me they find it useful for the rest of their life. o  Student data suggested my students were in need of the teaching point. Survey Results October 18, 2017 Learning Event Pre-Learning Survey Results Post-Learning Survey Results
  22. 22. CongratulaNons! Your Classroom RefecNon Guide has been successfully saved in your dashboard. LOG OUT GO TO MY DASHBOARD Teaching Teachers Literacy 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning Ac7vi7es Measure Impact of Learning Move Learning Into Classroom 22

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