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THE ART OF TEACHING: INSPIRING
STUDENT PERFORMANCE!
We typically don’t think of ourselves as leaders and
teachers of influ...
Your N-S-E-W sphere of Influence!

We
teach, lead, and
influence from
the middle.
Why is your role as a teacher so
important?
You have high impact on the front
lines as you snag children in the
river of l...
Two Questions
1. What teacher has or had the most
positive influence in your daily life?
2. Now, please list three words t...
The Art of Teaching!
Your legacy as a teacher is lived and
built forward day by day…
Often best understood only in
reflect...
The Art of Teaching!
1. You choose to become a
person of positive influence
and character
Is Your Positive Influence Important?
Emotionally Intelligent teachers (high
EQ’s) can have up to a 30% impact on
student ...
Here’s the paradox about positive
Influence…
When it comes to resistant
problems, verbal persuasion with
students rarely w...
How do you Influence Students?
The factors influencing whether students will
enact a vital behavior are based on two
essen...
An “ART” of Teaching Test for You…
ALL KIDS CAN LEARN…
1) Based on their ability.
2) If they take advantage of the opportu...
In pairs…
Choose one positive association
from the picture and think of some
evidence or output that would
support your be...
The “Brand” of Your classroom in the
community resides in the reality of your
belief that all kids can learn!

22
The Art of Teaching…
1. Person of positive influence and
character
2. You choose to become more
Relationally Intelligent -...
Relationships, Relationships,
Relationships

The single factor common to
every successful Classroom
is that Relationships
...
Are Relationships Important?
YES - Evaluating the Evidence –
John Hattie (2012) metaanalysis of over 800 studies…

Teacher...
Good relationships are necessary for
developing knowledge capacity in the
classroom…

There is nothing more important in t...
Crucial teacher messages that
influence effort based ability…

Effective effort Vs. innate
ability is the main
determinant...
Crucial teacher messages that
influence effort based ability…
The teacher sends three messages to
students…
• What we’re d...
Positive peer relationships too…
Healthy professional “Working Team”
relationships:
The ratio of positive messages to
nega...
The Art of Teaching…
1. Person of influence and
character
2. Great Relational Intelligence.
3. You choose to manage your
e...
As a teacher, how do I stay fully
engaged in my work?
1) Be crystal clear about an
exceptionally inspiring purpose and
pas...
As a teacher, how do I stay fully
engaged in my work?
22) Make sure I am part of

a team of inspiring
people - get people
...
As a teacher, how do I stay fully
engaged in my work?
3) Hang out with exceptionally
inspiring people - who are they in
yo...
As a teacher, how do I stay fully
engaged in my work?

4) Pay attention to my physical

disciplines - a 20% energy gain in...
The Art of Teaching…
1. Person of positive influence
2. Great Relational Intelligence.
3. Person of Energy!
4. You choose ...
Do you have a Fixed Mindset
or a Growth Mindset?

Carol Dweck
Take a moment to make an ART of
Teaching commitment!

Which one of these 4 choices will
you pursue in 2013-2014?
Positive ...
NCTM Regional Meetings Fall 2013
NCTM Regional Meetings Fall 2013
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NCTM Regional Meetings Fall 2013

  1. 1. THE ART OF TEACHING: INSPIRING STUDENT PERFORMANCE! We typically don’t think of ourselves as leaders and teachers of influence because we fail to see that the common thread running through most of the triumphs and tragedies of our lives is our ability to exert influence one way or the other… Dr. Timothy D. Kanold tkanold.blogspot.com NCTM October 25th, 2013
  2. 2. Your N-S-E-W sphere of Influence! We teach, lead, and influence from the middle.
  3. 3. Why is your role as a teacher so important? You have high impact on the front lines as you snag children in the river of life… —Pulitzer prize winner Tracy Kidder
  4. 4. Two Questions 1. What teacher has or had the most positive influence in your daily life? 2. Now, please list three words that best describe what this person contributes to your life. Enter the name and the three words onto your note card
  5. 5. The Art of Teaching! Your legacy as a teacher is lived and built forward day by day… Often best understood only in reflection upon looking back…
  6. 6. The Art of Teaching! 1. You choose to become a person of positive influence and character
  7. 7. Is Your Positive Influence Important? Emotionally Intelligent teachers (high EQ’s) can have up to a 30% impact on student achievement… * High “noticing” quotient * Positive disposition * Great facilitative skills * Able to lesson plan from the students’ “point of view”
  8. 8. Here’s the paradox about positive Influence… When it comes to resistant problems, verbal persuasion with students rarely works…
  9. 9. How do you Influence Students? The factors influencing whether students will enact a vital behavior are based on two essential expectations: 1) Is it worth it? (If not, why waste the effort?) 2) Can they do this vital behavior? (If not, why try?) -Kerry Patterson in, The Influencer, 2008
  10. 10. An “ART” of Teaching Test for You… ALL KIDS CAN LEARN… 1) Based on their ability. 2) If they take advantage of the opportunity to learn. 3) And we will accept responsibility for their growth and motivation 4) And we will establish high Standards of learning that we will expect all students to achieve. 14
  11. 11. In pairs… Choose one positive association from the picture and think of some evidence or output that would support your belief Choose one negative association from the picture and think of some evidence or output that supports your belief 15
  12. 12. The “Brand” of Your classroom in the community resides in the reality of your belief that all kids can learn! 22
  13. 13. The Art of Teaching… 1. Person of positive influence and character 2. You choose to become more Relationally Intelligent - great people skills with a high Emotional Quotient
  14. 14. Relationships, Relationships, Relationships The single factor common to every successful Classroom is that Relationships improve…
  15. 15. Are Relationships Important? YES - Evaluating the Evidence – John Hattie (2012) metaanalysis of over 800 studies… Teacher Student Relationships- .75 Student Communication - .82 Choice of tasks chosen for student learning (.72)
  16. 16. Good relationships are necessary for developing knowledge capacity in the classroom… There is nothing more important in the decades ahead than understanding the skills necessary to grow such schools where a focus on effortbased ability is the norm… —Jonathon Saphier – 2005 Math is my area of NO Talent!
  17. 17. Crucial teacher messages that influence effort based ability… Effective effort Vs. innate ability is the main determinant of achievement… 27
  18. 18. Crucial teacher messages that influence effort based ability… The teacher sends three messages to students… • What we’re doing here is important • You can do it! And you will do it! • I’m not going to give up on you even if you give up on yourself Note: For too many students, accepting failure has become a strategy for not having to try… 28
  19. 19. Positive peer relationships too… Healthy professional “Working Team” relationships: The ratio of positive messages to negative messages should be above 2.9 and below 11.6 Too low is toxic – Too high undermines reality From the Power of Story – James Loehr
  20. 20. The Art of Teaching… 1. Person of influence and character 2. Great Relational Intelligence. 3. You choose to manage your energy and to energize others!
  21. 21. As a teacher, how do I stay fully engaged in my work? 1) Be crystal clear about an exceptionally inspiring purpose and passion in life - it gives the power to persevere and push through the doubters and resisters.
  22. 22. As a teacher, how do I stay fully engaged in my work? 22) Make sure I am part of a team of inspiring people - get people around you who give you a positive emotional jolt every time they walk into the room
  23. 23. As a teacher, how do I stay fully engaged in my work? 3) Hang out with exceptionally inspiring people - who are they in your world? Who directly or indirectly inspires you to commitment and effort year in and year out… Then tell them!
  24. 24. As a teacher, how do I stay fully engaged in my work? 4) Pay attention to my physical disciplines - a 20% energy gain in my work life. Sleep and Exercise! William McCardle in Exercise Physiology @2007
  25. 25. The Art of Teaching… 1. Person of positive influence 2. Great Relational Intelligence. 3. Person of Energy! 4. You choose to become a Person of Wisdom - A strong knowledge base and good decision maker
  26. 26. Do you have a Fixed Mindset or a Growth Mindset? Carol Dweck
  27. 27. Take a moment to make an ART of Teaching commitment! Which one of these 4 choices will you pursue in 2013-2014? Positive influence Relational Intelligence. High Energy! Wisdom

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