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SRL Good Practices? 2 examples from Doukas School

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SRL Good Practices? 2 examples from Doukas School

  1. 1. SRL Good Practices Doukas School Vienna, Austria October, 19th 2018 Research Team Katia Alexiou, Yannis Kotsanis, Thomas Economou, Tina Koukouli
  2. 2. 2 Introducing Doukas School Departments: •Foreign Languages •Physical Education •I.T. •Career Counseling •Quality Assurance •Human Resources •International Collaboration office •R&D Department Grades: Kindergarten Primary & Secondary School, International Baccalaureate (Ι.Β.), GCE
  3. 3. Visiting Doukas School https://www.en.doukas.gr/
  4. 4. Doukas School Presenting SRL Good Practices A. Study Skills B. Mentoring
  5. 5. Doukas School SRL Good Practice A. Study Skills
  6. 6. What Title URL Participants/Context: age pupils, type of school Subject based teaching or project based Is this example part of school practice or rather a one shot? (impact) * What in this example makes it SRL Study Skills https://www.en.doukas.gr/ Primary and Secondary Education (Jr High School), Age (6-15 years) Cross-curricular approach School Practice Pupils engaging in activities such as setting my study environment, Time management, goal setting, strategic planning and managing learning strategies
  7. 7. Study skills Study environment Time Management Learning Strategies Strategic Planning Self- motivation Study Aids
  8. 8. “Learning how to organize my study environment
  9. 9. “ 9 In the lower grades of the Primary School, the program focuses on the foundation of basic skills and working habits: • organizing the pupil’s school bags • organizing their desks both at school and at home • adopting a study time schedule.
  10. 10. “Learning how to manage my time
  11. 11. “Learning how to use an effective study strategy for reading comprehension
  12. 12. “Learning how to use an effective study strategy for writing a summary
  13. 13. Doukas School SRL Good Practice B. Mentoring
  14. 14. Mentoring Goal Setting Self- Monitoring Strategic Planning Goal Orientation
  15. 15. What Title URL Participants/Context: age pupils, type of school Subject based teaching or project based Is this example part of school practice or rather a one shot? (impact) * What in this example makes it SRL Mentoring https://www.en.doukas.gr/ Primary and Secondary Education (Jr High School & Lyceum), Age (6-17 years) Cross-curricular approach School Practice The school has a mentorship program in place. The teacher - mentor talks with the students in one-on- one meetings, listens to them and support them so as to manage and achieve their goals.
  16. 16. How Give a clear explanation of the 3 main phases of engaging in a good practice How is the lesson/project planned and, organised and executed? How is evaluation and assessment of pupils practised? How is differentiation put into practice? How do you know this contributes to effective and efficient learning? How can this approach be used by others (transferability) 5 Meetings where students set their goals, monitor their actions, reflect on their decisions, self-evaluate their goals School’s Psychologists organize the Mentoring Project and guide teacher-mentors School’s Psychologists evaluate the process of the Mentoring program Each Teacher-mentor provides personalized support and guidance to assigned students- mentees Students and Parents evaluate the mentoring program The process of the mentoring program has simple steps and specific objectives.
  17. 17. Resources What tools are used in preparations? What tools are used in the teaching process? What is used for quality control (self-evaluation) Use of an LMS (Smartschool, Moodle,…) Paper or electronic forms for scheduling and keeping notes for the teacher-mentors and a notebook for the pupil-mentee Teachers keep notes about theirs students’ goals and actions. Students fill in their notebook. Students use their notebook so as to evaluate their actions and their goals and set new goals. School’s Psychologists check teachers’ notes during Christmas and Easter holidays No LMS. Teachers-Mentor may use electronic forms for keeping notes
  18. 18. Thanks! Any questions?

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