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A Workshop for new Facilitation Team members 1. What is systemic change, and why is it needed? 2. What is systems thinking? 3. What is the systemic change.

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2 A Workshop for new Facilitation Team members

3 1. What is systemic change, and why is it needed? 2. What is systems thinking? 3. What is the systemic change process like? 4. What has happened so far in the Journey? What are the next steps in the Journey? What are the roles and responsibilities of the FT? What are the roles and responsibilities of the FT? What are the roles and responsibilities of the LT? Systemic Change for Decatur

4 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed? There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting.

5 There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

6 There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Main Point #1: Systemic change is needed when a system’s environment changes dramatically. Systemic change is needed when a system’s environment changes dramatically. 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

7 There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Main Point #1: Systemic change is needed when a system’s environment changes dramatically. Systemic change is needed when a system’s environment changes dramatically. Has that happened in MSD Decatur? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

8 History of major paradigm shifts. 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

9 History of major paradigm shifts. Toffler’s three great waves of change. Development of agricultureDevelopment of agriculture Industrial revolution (physical capabilities)Industrial revolution (physical capabilities) Information revolution (mental capabilities)Information revolution (mental capabilities) 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

10 History of major paradigm shifts. Toffler’s three great waves of change. Development of agricultureDevelopment of agriculture Industrial revolution (physical capabilities)Industrial revolution (physical capabilities) Information revolution (mental capabilities)Information revolution (mental capabilities) Each wave of change brought paradigm shifts in all of society’s systems. 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

11 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

12 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family: ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

13 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended ? family Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

14 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear ? familyfamily Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

15 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business: ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

16 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

17 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family Bureaucracy ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

18 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

19 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: Horse ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

20 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrain ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

21 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

22 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Education: ? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

23 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Education: One-room ? schoolhouse Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

24 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Education: One-roomCurrent How is the schoolhousesystemdifference similar? similar? Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

25 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Education:One-roomCurrent ? schoolhousesystem Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

26 Paradigm Shifts 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

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28 Main Point #2: 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed? Systemic change is fundamental transformation. Big changes in society cause (require) systemic changes in all societal systems. Education: Pull (new needs) and push (means). ________ What must change to meet our children’s needs?

29 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

30 Industrial AgeInformation Age Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

31 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

32 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

33 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

34 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

35 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

36 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

37 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative ConformityDiversity Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

38 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative ConformityDiversity One-way communicationsNetworking Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

39 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative ConformityDiversity One-way communicationsNetworking CompartmentalizationHolism (Division of Labor) (Integration of tasks) (Division of Labor) (Integration of tasks) Look at our Current Changes 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

40 Main Point #3 To understand what features an information-age educational system should have... We must first understand the needs and conditions of the emerging information society. 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

41 Main Point #3 To understand what features Decatur Schools need for the information age... We must first understand the needs and conditions of the emerging information society—  how the Decatur Township is changing  how you want it to change Work place Family Community Work place Family Community

42 Work Place How has the work place changed? Thinking Cooperation Initiative Thinking Cooperation InitiativeResponse: Change the curriculum? But... Change the curriculum? But... Students aren't learning enough. Costs are rising. Hidden curriculum. Change the paradigm. In what ways? Change the paradigm. In what ways? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

43 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Features for Education? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

44 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Features for Education? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

45 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based Features for Education? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

46 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based Group-basedPerson-based Features for Education? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

47 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based Group-basedPerson-based Teacher-basedResource-based Features for Education? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

48 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based Group-basedPerson-based Teacher-basedResource-based A key: The report card Features for Education? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

49 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

50 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Neglect Lack of discipline Neglect Lack of discipline 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

51 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Neglect Lack of discipline Neglect Lack of disciplineResponse: More discipline, free lunch programs, it's not our problem. But What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

52 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Neglect Lack of discipline Neglect Lack of disciplineResponse: More discipline, free lunch programs, it's not our problem. But... Change the paradigm! How? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

53 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Neglect Lack of discipline Neglect Lack of disciplineResponse: More discipline, free lunch programs, it's not our problem. But... Change the paradigm! How? Need for: Caring environment Cooperation with parent(s) Concern for whole child Cooperation with parent(s) Concern for whole child 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

54 Readings Senge, Schools that Learn Caine & Caine, Education on the Edge of Possibility Duffy, Rogerson & Blick, Redesigning America’s Schools 1. What is Systemic Change, and Why Is It Needed?

55 2. What Is Systems Thinking? Readings Senge, Schools that Learn Senge, Fifth Discipline

56 3. What Is the Systemic Change Process Like? The Process Duffy, Rogerson & Blick, Redesigning America’s Schools

57 Logic of the Process Fundamental changes to benefit children Shared vision of an ideal educational system Break out of industrial-age mindsets Break out of industrial-age mindsets See the need, see alternative paradigms Reach consensus on beliefs about education Reach consensus on beliefs about education Dialogue, safe environment, group process Develop passion for the vision Develop passion for the vision Develop sense of ownership, empowerment 3. What Is the Systemic Change Process Like?

58 Core Ideas of the Process District-level framework of beliefs and vision Developed by the Leadership Team Developed by the Leadership Team Input and ownership from all stakeholders Input and ownership from all stakeholders Political support for the framework Provided by the Leadership Team Provided by the Leadership Team Building-Level Design Teams District-Level Design Team Implementation 3. What Is the Systemic Change Process Like?

59 4. What Has Happened So Far in the Journey? Review handout on core values for the process Review handout on milestones for the process

60 Further develop LT culture and understandingFurther develop LT culture and understanding LT develops a district-wide framework with all stakeholdersLT develops a district-wide framework with all stakeholders LT forms/capacitates school teams, district teamLT forms/capacitates school teams, district team Build central office support (Schlechty)Build central office support (Schlechty) Teams create designs with all their stakeholdersTeams create designs with all their stakeholders Everyone implements the designsEveryone implements the designs 4. What Are the Next Steps in the Journey?

61 Help plan activities and “big picture” processHelp plan activities and “big picture” process Facilitate discussionsFacilitate discussions Develop culture and understanding of systems thinking on LTDevelop culture and understanding of systems thinking on LT Empower LT membersEmpower LT members 4. Facilitation Team Roles and Responsibilities

62 Help plan activities and “big picture”Help plan activities and “big picture” Create district-wide frameworkCreate district-wide framework Charge/capacitate Design TeamsCharge/capacitate Design Teams Foster support mechanismsFoster support mechanisms Monitor Design Teams’ designsMonitor Design Teams’ designs Help reallocate and procure resourcesHelp reallocate and procure resources 4. Leadership Team Roles and Responsibilities

63 THE END Any comments or questions?


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