Presentation on theme: "Cycle Five PLRD #25. Cycle 1 – School Based Projects Cycle 2 – Focus on Results Cycle 3 – Assessment Cycle 4 – 21 st Century Teaching and Learning."— Presentation transcript:
Effective approaches to teaching and learning Development of planning documents and templates Development of ‘inquiry-based’ unit plans Collaborative unit plans built by our Colony teachers Unanticipated results Parental buy-in on 21st century classroom competencies Positive PAT and Diploma results in VC classes Improvements to Student Engagement
To improve student learning through initiatives that enhance student engagement and performance and reflect the unique needs and circumstances of each school and/or school authority.
The development of the PLRD Student Engagement Model (correlates of effective schools) will drive all of our decisions regarding governance within Prairie Land Regional Division #25.
Student Focused School Community Engagement Collaboration Flexibility and Adaptability Research-informed Practice (Action Research) Building Capacity and Integrating Effective Practices Sustainability and Integration Innovation
Funding for PLRD 2012-2013…………$102,227 Deferred Revenue………………………….$122,695 Total Estimated Funding Level………$224,922
Professional Development Thought Stream$3,000.00 PD 360$14,000.00 School Allocations $73,932.00 Staffing (1.25 FTE) $122,695 (deferred revenue) Capacity Building 21st Century Leadership$9,295.00 Teacher Mentor Program$2,000.00
Altario5,000 BCCS5,000 Colonies6,000 Consort8,000 Delia6,000 Hanna Primary6,000 J.C.Charyk10,000 Morrin7,000 Veteran5,000 Youngstown5,000 Tech For Diversity Plan10,932
What is the impact of PLRD’s 21 st century classroom competencies on student engagement and achievement? 21 st Century Classroom Competencies (PLRD #25) Affective and Cognitive Domains (Alberta Education)
Academic results as stipulated by provincial exams, in addition to the Tell Them From Me Survey. Provincial exam data from Cycle 4 will be used to get a more accurate picture of how PLRD classrooms are progressing throughout our AISI projects. Community Engagement will need to be measured by the use of the Accountability Pillar and school anecdotal feedback.
Individual schools will have the latitude of identifying their own measures from the TTFM surveys (as they relate to their identified question). Individual schools will develop their own “dip-stick measures” that are aligned with their specific projects. Community Engagement will need to be measured by the use of the Accountability Pillar and school anecdotal feedback.
Which 21 st Century Classroom Competency will be your school focus? Tentative Sub-question Accountability Possible Data Collection Means and Measures Budget Allocations Community Engagement and Buy-in (what will it look like?)