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Iste 2012 presentation 3a

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Iste 2012 presentation 3a

  1. 1. Blended Learning Teacher Inquiry PD Model Colin Harris, Kim Stolys, Melissa Murray York Region DSB, Ontario, Canada
  2. 2. Colin HarrisCurriculum Consultant Digital Literacy & Collaborative Inquiry @digitalnative Kim Stolys Curriculum Consultant Collaborative Inquiry & Assessment @kstolys Melissa Murray Curriculum Consultant K-12 School Libraries & Inquiry-Based Learning @cool_mip
  3. 3. Academic GoalTo share a model of blended learningcollaborative inquiry Social GoalTo begin a conversation about ideas andstrategies when planning collaborative inquiry
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  5. 5. York Region District School Board3rd largest school board in Canada120,000 students11,000 staff170 elementary schools (mostly JK-8); 31 secondary schools18,000+ students are ELLs (~15%)
  6. 6. rd 120,000 Students 3 Largest School Board + 18,000 ELL 11,000 Staff In Canada170 Elementary Schools 31 Secondary
  7. 7. Full day every All buildings day wirelessfully KindergartenKSA’sbased on ISTE-NETS 40 Member consultant team BYOD Staff and students
  8. 8. Collaborative Inquiry Plan Share Act
  9. 9. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive 7 Characteristics ofAdaptiv Teacher Inquiry Reflecti e ve Reasone Iterative d
  10. 10. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive Student learning guides the inquiryAdaptiv Reflecti e ve Reasone Iterative d
  11. 11. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive Teacher inquiry is a shared processAdaptiv Reflecti e ve Reasone Iterative d
  12. 12. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive Actions are informed by reflectionAdaptiv Reflecti e ve Reasone Iterative d
  13. 13. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive Progressive understanding grows from cycles ofAdaptiv Reflecti inquiry e ve Reasone Iterative d
  14. 14. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive Analysis drives deep learningAdaptiv Reflecti e ve Reasone Iterative d
  15. 15. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive Inquiry shapes practice and practice shapesAdaptiv Reflecti inquiry e ve Reasone Iterative d
  16. 16. Relevan t Recipro Collabora cal tive Theory and practice connect dynamicallyAdaptiv Reflecti e ve Reasone Iterative d
  17. 17. Collaborative Inquiry Plan Share Act
  18. 18. Clarifyin g Vision Collaborative Develop ActionSharing Inquiry Plan Cycle Data Analysis
  19. 19. Clarifyin g Vision Identify a focus Develop Develop a theory of actionSharing Action Plan Develop a question Connect to existing research Data Analysis
  20. 20. Clarifyin g Vision Establish learning goals Establish success criteria DevelopSharing ActionCreate a data-collection plan Plan Take action Data Analysis
  21. 21. Clarifyin g Vision Collect achievement data DevelopSharing Action Collect reflective data Plan Analyze data Data Analysis
  22. 22. Clarifyin g Vision Summarize research findings DevelopSharing Action Share with others Plan Plan future action Data Analysis
  23. 23. Process Facilitation Begin with the end in mind Full-day (central location) Face-to-face Clarifyin g Vision Co-planning, co-teaching, Full-day (school sites) co-debriefing, co-reflecting Face-to-faceSharin Action g Plan Cross-team sharing, reviewing data collection On-line plan Data Analysi Half-day (central location) s Analyzing data Face-to-face Reflective journal On-line Summarizing and Sharing Half-day (central location) Face-to-face
  24. 24. Process Facilitation Begin with the end in mind Full-day (central location) Face-to-face Clarifyin g Vision Co-planning, co-teaching, Full-day (school sites) co-debriefing, co-reflecting Face-to-faceSharin Action g Plan Cross-team sharing, reviewing data collection On-line plan Data Analysi Half-day (central location) s Analyzing data Face-to-face Reflective journal On-line Summarizing and Sharing Half-day (central location) Face-to-face
  25. 25. Process Facilitation Begin with the end in mind Full-day (central location) Face-to-face Clarifyin g Vision Co-planning, co-teaching, Full-day (school sites) co-debriefing, co-reflecting Face-to-faceSharin Action g Plan Cross-team sharing, reviewing data collection On-line plan Data Analysi Half-day (central location) s Analyzing data Face-to-face Reflective journal On-line Summarizing and Sharing Half-day (central location) Face-to-face
  26. 26. Process Facilitation Begin with the end in mind Full-day (central location) Face-to-face Clarifyin g Vision Co-planning, co-teaching, Full-day (school sites) co-debriefing, co-reflecting Face-to-faceSharin Action g Plan Cross-team sharing, reviewing data collection On-line plan Data Analysi Half-day (central location) s Analyzing data Face-to-face Reflective journal On-line Summarizing and Sharing Half-day (central location) Face-to-face
  27. 27. Process Facilitation Begin with the end in mind Full-day (central location) Face-to-face Clarifyin g Vision Co-planning, co-teaching, Full-day (school sites) co-debriefing, co-reflecting Face-to-faceSharin Action g Plan Cross-team sharing, reviewing data collection On-line plan Data Analysi Half-day (central location) s Analyzing data Face-to-face Reflective journal On-line Summarizing and Sharing Half-day (central location) Face-to-face
  28. 28. IBL Online Communi tyLearnin Action g ResearCommo ch ns
  29. 29. Resources Critical Thinking Consortium Inquiry-based learning Schools Learning Commons Boxwood P.S. (East) Jersey P.S. (North) R.L. Graham (North) Oak Ridges P.S. (Central) Question of Inquiry •How can we increase student achievement and engagement through inquiry-based learning? 1.In what ways does collaboration between the teacher-librarian and the classroom teacher support this learning? Observation School teams s (3 teachers/team) L@S teacher Teacher-Librarian (Learning Student Commons pedagogy) Achievement Student EngagementPrevious experience with Teacher Collaborative Inquiry Teacher Practice Conversation Products s
  30. 30. Clarifyin g Vision Collaborative Develop ActionSharing Inquiry Plan Cycle Data Analysis
  31. 31. StudentAchievement Teacher Practice Facilitator Learning
  32. 32. StudentAchievement Teacher Practice Facilitator Learning
  33. 33. Designing the Learning Voice Differentia and ted Knowledg Choice Support e Timin Mobilizati g on Trust F2F in the Opportuni Process ties TeamComposit Releas ion e Cost Time
  34. 34. Sample tools explored by groups: • iPads • Linoit • Wikis • Evernote • Sharepoint • Google docs • Ning • Adobe Connect • Show Me • Skype
  35. 35. Colin HarrisCurriculum Consultant Digital Literacy & Collaborative Inquiry @digitalnative Kim Stolys Curriculum Consultant Collaborative Inquiry & Assessment @kstolys Melissa Murray Curriculum Consultant K-12 School Libraries & Inquiry-Based Learning @cool_mip

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