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ENGAGING STUDENTS AS LEADERS IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM James Barton, Jennifer Zayac & Tricia Andrews Fort Dorchester High School.

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1 ENGAGING STUDENTS AS LEADERS IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM James Barton, Jennifer Zayac & Tricia Andrews Fort Dorchester High School

2 ENGAGING STUDENTS AS LEADERS IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM  At the end of this session, participants will:  Learn strategies  Practice strategies  Provide suggestions

3 ENGAGING STUDENTS AS LEADERS IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM  Video Introduction

4 COMMON CORE AND ENGAGING STUDENTS AS LEADERS  Relevancy  Reflects Knowledge and Skills  Prepares for College/Career

5 AREAS FOR APPLICATION  Classroom  Clubs/Activities  Community

6 IN THE CLASSROOM  Strategies  Assessments

7 STRATEGIES  Classroom Contract  Cup Stack  Lego  Perfect Leader  Teacher’s Assistant

8 ASSESSMENT  Portfolio  Students assemble portfolios that illustrate talents, represent capabilities, and reflect on school achievement.  Think-Tac-Toe  Gives students a choice in how they demonstrate their understanding.

9 ASSESSMENT  Project Based Learning  Students respond to a complex question, problem, or challenge.  Teach the Teacher  Students present learned knowledge to the class.

10 THE NEED FOR LEAD: ILLUSTRATION

11 CLUBS/ACTIVITIES  All Aboard  Human Knot  The Alphabet Train  Student Checklist  Your Turn…

12 GET MOVING

13 COMMUNITY  Extra Credit  Pay it Forward  Real World Application  Job Shadowing

14 LET YOUR STUDENT LEADER DRIVE  Give some Direction  Interactions along the way are critical  Don’t go the wrong way on a One-Way Street  Purchase the right amount of Insurance  Passenger Seat Tips given at the right time and place.  Plant a Tree you may never sit under.

15 ENGAGING STUDENTS AS LEADERS IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM

16 SESSION EVALUATION PARTICIPANTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE A SESSION EVALUATION FOR EACH SESSION ATTENDED. CREDIT WILL ADDED FOLLOWING EVALUATION COMPLETION. For each question, use 1=strongly disagree, 2=disagree, 3=agree, 4=strongly agree. Your responses will assist us in planning future professional development in Dorchester School District Two. 1) The instructor was well prepared for the workshop. 2) The materials for the workshop were appropriate. 3) The concepts presented were appropriate to my job. 4) I will benefit from attending this session. 5) I would recommend this training to others.

17 CONTACT INFORMATION James Barton Science Teacher/Leadership Teacher/StuCo Advisor Jennifer Zayac English Teacher/StuCo Advisor Tricia Andrews Social Studies Teacher/Senior Class Advisor


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