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d.experience is a user-centered design professional learning model that trusts teachers to co-lead in their growth plan. Designed by TELOS, CSET, and STEP at Stanford Graduate School of Education.

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  1. 1. Model for Professional Learning Adult Educators as Learners
  2. 2. Journey Map
  3. 3. Jan 31
  4. 4. Feb 8
  5. 5. Feb 8
  6. 6. Feb 8
  7. 7. Mar 7
  8. 8. Apr 28 1 2 3 Effective PD Experience EST Experience EST Experience II Equity Inquiry ---- TOSA & Teacher Team Goals Planning ---- Core Practices & Technology Implementation ---- Content Goals & Technology Reflection ---- TOSA reflects o working structure Scale Up Planning
  9. 9. Mar 9
  10. 10. Context
  11. 11. “Individual teachers, grade- level, school-specific factors, demographics, culture, and other factors ensure that every situation is unique, and no single combination of content, technology, and pedagogy will apply for every teacher, every course, or every view of teaching.” ~ Matt Koehler
  12. 12. Technological Knowledge Pedagogical Knowledge Subject-Specific Content Knowledge
  13. 13. Technological Knowledge Pedagogical Knowledge Subject-Specific Content Knowledge How tools help. How we teach it. What we teach.
  14. 14. T P C
  15. 15. Sustained Support Hollyhock Style?
  16. 16. Long Term - 16 months 16 Months 4 mo 4 mo 4 mo 4 mo Synchronous or Asynchronous Teacher and/or Coach Action Video feedback cycle Video feedback cycle Video feedback cycle LT T Video feedback cycle School Calendar School Calendar Developing teacher leaders
  17. 17. First Quarter 4 Months 1-2 wk Training 1 mo 1 mo 1 mo 1 mo Coaching call: Goal- setting Video upload Asynchronous feedback + reflection Cluster call: Goal Discussion Video Upload Baseline School Calendar - Fall quarterSummer quarter See it Break it down Try it on ● Norms ● Evaluation Criteria ● Content Standards ● Technology Tools Developing teacher leaders
  18. 18. Video upload Second Quarter 4 Months 1 mo 1 mo 1 mo 1 mo Coaching call: Goal- meeting Video upload Asynchronous feedback + reflection Cluster call: Goal Discussion Spring quarterSchool Calendar - Winter quarter Leadership opportunity Teach others Reflect on the process and learnings with peers Video upload Developing teacher leaders
  19. 19. Third Quarter Developing teacher leaders 4 Months 1 mo 1 mo 1 mo 1 mo Coaching call: Goal- meeting Asynchronous feedback + reflection Cluster call: Goal Discussion Summer quarterSchool Calendar - Spring quarter Leadership opportunity Video upload Teach others Reflect on the process and learnings with peers
  20. 20. CSET Style
  21. 21. 1-2 week training See it Try it on Break it down ● Norms ● Evaluation Criteria ● Content Standards ● Technology Tools Big Idea: Technology can enhance _(Content)_ teaching with a focus on _(Evaluation Criteria)_ . - Unit planning / Discussion strategies / Equitable instruction / Goal- mapped assessment Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Norms/Goals R. description See criteria Try criteria B/D criteria Close Got/Need Goals See criteria Try criteria B/D criteria Rehearsal Celebrate Deep Connect Reflection Commitment Send off
  22. 22. Evaluation Criteria Select from possible evaluation instruments (rubrics, standards, checklists) ● Introduce the instrument ● Find video exemplars to model evidence (core practice) ● Design live demonstration to model strategies (core practice) ● Record approximations for reflection ● Summarize research to validate evidence as purposeful Experience Explanation
  23. 23. Instrument Choice http://www.iste.org/standards/standards/standards-for-teachers http://caepnet.org/standards/standard-1 http://tedd.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Teacher-Learning-Progression.pdf http://boardcertifiedteachers.org/certificate-areas http://www.teacherleadershipinitiative.org/about/competencies/ http://www.teachingworks.org/work-of-teaching/high-leverage-practices

d.experience is a user-centered design professional learning model that trusts teachers to co-lead in their growth plan. Designed by TELOS, CSET, and STEP at Stanford Graduate School of Education.

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