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The Ripple Effect of Successful Implementation


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Presentation by Elizabeth Preston and Mark Sargent

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The Ripple Effect of Successful Implementation

  1. 1. The Ripple Effect of a Successful Implementation
  2. 2. First...Who are we? #BBK12UC
  3. 3. #BBK12UC
  4. 4. #BBK12UC ‘Hierarchy of Needs’
  5. 5. How do you succeed? #BBK12UC What are your hurdles as a community? face them
  6. 6. How do you succeed? #BBK12UC What features in the product address a weakness ? focus on that
  7. 7. How do you succeed? #BBK12UC How can you use the data to help you? leverage
  8. 8. How do you succeed? #BBK12UC When do you implement? path of least resistance
  9. 9. Congratulations You are the administration of a school of your own creation. In order to successfully complete this task, you will need to present to the group what school you are representing and how you will address very specific problems that will arise. Good luck!
  10. 10. Name your School Location Founded Grades Endowment Total Enrollment Average Age of Faculty School Mascot
  11. 11. What are your Hurdles? You have a diverse faculty with different levels of ability and experience with technology. Implementing a new system has been difficult with your group. This is one hurdle. What are the other hurdles? How do you face them?
  12. 12. What are your Weaknesses? Communicating effectively with Parents and Students has been identified as a weakness at your new school. Are there other weaknesses that you have? How can you use features to address these weaknesses more effectively?
  13. 13. Days into your job with your new administration, you find out there is a student in severe academic jeopardy. What do you need to do to try and correct the situation? What actions do you take? Aside from the report card, what data do you need to make the case that she/he needs to be counseled out?"
  14. 14. On Tuesday, the school nurse came by the Dean of Student’s office regarding a student who has been coming by every C Period complaining of stomach distress. However, by the completion of C period, the symptoms have disappeared. Can this be a miracle or is there something else at work here? How can you use reporting to help you determine what is going on and what are the next steps to ensure this student’s success?
  15. 15. At a recent faculty meeting a few members of your teaching staff who have been teaching for 20+ years indicated that they do not want to use the grade book because they are attached to their green gradebook planner. You know the importance of the online tool. What do you do to resolve this situation?
  16. 16. Think about your new school and the hurdles and weaknesses What new tool would be best to implement next for the Community? (You can make up a needed module here) Based on the constituents affected, when do you think would be the best time to launch this new tool?