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Schrenk ignite shape p20 nroc 2014 with notes

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Schrenk ignite shape p20 nroc 2014 with notes

  1. 1. Ignite @NROC 2014 By Ryan Schrenk Schools and Higher Education Advancing Public Education Across the P-20 Spectrum 1
  2. 2. Missoula County Public Schools (MCPS) • International Baccalaureate • Thematic Academies • Language Immersion • Professional Learning Communities • Principal Leadership • Graduation Matters 2
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  7. 7. Program 1: Custom Credit Recovery Program 2: Blended Learning 7
  8. 8. Research • Examine current data concerning student success • Examine other models of credit recovery • Examine vendor products and resources from other schools Custom Credit Recovery Project 8
  9. 9. Develop • Utilize resources from other successful programs (NCVPS) to create a core curriculum • Develop student-centered course model utilize lately LMS technologies from MoodleRooms • Utilize MTDA teacher experts (initially in Earth Science, Algebra I and English I) Custom Credit Recovery Project 9
  10. 10. Test • Release prototypes to schools and test with select sites • Get student and local site feedback • Ready for wide deployment during Fall 2015 Custom Credit Recovery Project 10
  11. 11. Educator Familiarity, Value and Involvement Survey Results PD on Blended Learning 211Total Participants from 19 Schools 11
  12. 12. Our Plan… Get to the top of the “Blended Learning” Mountain • Montana Online Blended Learning for K-12 Educators (MOBL K-12) • Masters-Level Course • PD Opportunity for Teacher/AdministratorTeams • Develop Unique Blended Learning Opportunities for Students 12
  13. 13. Starting Down the Road • F2F Meeting 1 • Week 1/2 – tiptoeing in • Define Blended Learning, Disruptive Innovations and Introductions • Discussed Hopes and Fears • Is BL a Disruptive Innovation? • What BL Model will you use? 13
  14. 14. Laying Down the Miles • Week 3 and 4 –Wading a bit deeper • 3 to 5 difficult aspects of implementation • Engaging students and stepping up our game • Questioning •Divergent, constructivist approaches, • Rapid Rewards • Flipping • Student Reviewers and Assigning Roles • Simulations 14
  15. 15. Crossing the BridgeToward the Mountains • Week 5 - 7 – F2F Meeting 2 • Project Outlines • Team Meetings • Planning • Case Studies of Blended Learning 15
  16. 16. Getting Closer • Week 8-11 • OER and BlendedTechnology • Blended Assessment/Feedback • Blended Learning Activities 16
  17. 17. Within Sight • Final F2F Meeting • Celebrate and Share Success • Reception • Final Presentations • What Makes Each Unique • Implement Next Fall 17
  18. 18. Making Our Way Into the Mountains • Elementary • 4th Grade Math • 4th Grade Science/Math/Measurement • Spanish Immersion Cross-Grade (8th/1st) 18
  19. 19. Exploring • Middle School • 2 (or 3) EdReady Groups • 7th Grade Health • English/Language Arts • 7th Grade Enrichment on MT History 19
  20. 20. Reaching theTop • High School • Financial Literacy • Wilderness Music Composition • Alternative School-Wide Program • 150 Students • High School Cross Curricular • English/Math/Social Studies 20
  21. 21. Shape P20 • Success! • Contact info: • Ryan Schrenk • ryan.schrenk@montanadigitalacade my.org • 406-243-6122 21

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