Presentation on theme: "Welcome to BTSA Inquiry Training!"— Presentation transcript:
1Welcome to BTSA Inquiry Training! PTs: Please sit with your SP. If your SP is not here, be sure to sit at a table where there is at least one other SP 1
2Private Lessons by Joy Jones ACTIONThose who can, teach!Today’s Lesson:Just like any other artist, I practice and polish the art and craft of teaching.How do you think this will relateto our work today?Maybe Paired Verbal FluencyJoy Jones is a nationally known and recognized trainer, keynote speaker, playwright, and performer. Joy’s innovative and interactive sessions in cross cultural communication, cultural diversity, career planning, creativity, and African American culture and history provide participants with opportunities for new growth and learning.
3Objectives for TodayUnderstand the 6 steps of Module 3- Inquiry and the forms that will capture your conversationsDevelop your Inquiry focusDraft your Individual Induction Plan (cells 1-8 of form C-1)Review and personalize the CVUHSD FACT suggested timeline for the Inquiry Module
4Let’s Get Everyone on The Same Page… In PT/SP teams take time now to:Note your remaining “To Dos” for modules 1 and 2Refer to the CVUHSD FACT suggested timelineSubmit to Dropbox now any completed documents that have not already been submitted
58Reflection and Application Review Cells 9 and 10 on IIP (C-1)Discuss:How are Cells 9 and 10 connected to Cells 1-8? (And to Module E?)What types of evidence will you use to document outcomes in Cell 9?Discuss the application to future practice that will be identified in Cell 10.What challenges do you anticipate as you complete Cells 9 and 10?TRAINER’S NOTES:Explain that returning to the IIP at the end of the Inquiry is part of the process of bringing closure to the investigation that began with a focus question a few months earlier. Actual Outcomes are the catalyst for thinking about the effectiveness of the inquiry results, and next steps for continued growth.It is important that SPs have a strong understanding of the connection between the Cells. This helps them understand that each step in the Inquiry relates to the previous one, with Cells 9 and 10 (reflection and application) leading to the next Inquiry Focus Question.Encourage participants to share potential challenges for their PTs, such as:Using evidence that is specific to demonstrate outcomesEnsuring that the actual outcomes (Cell 9) are related to anticipated outcomes (Cell 4)Thinking in-depth to predict application to future practiceRealizing that they may need to continue with this same Focus Question92