Presentation on theme: "Personalized Learning 2012-13 Update. Essential Questions What is Personalized Learning and how is it aligned to our business plan? Where are we now?"— Presentation transcript:
Personalized Learning Update
Essential Questions What is Personalized Learning and how is it aligned to our business plan? Where are we now? How do we clarify the message?
District 11 students and staff will demonstrate the characteristics of the ACHIEVE graduate Board Outcomes Goal One Colorado Springs School District Business Plan lan/Documents/ BusinessPlan.pdf#page=4 CHIEVE
ACHIEVE Rubric Achieve Outcome Elements Academically Prepared Able to do rigorous academic work, shape one’s own learning path, and master essential content Skillful and eager in pursuit of inquiry Capacity for initiating, planning, organizing, pursuing, and completing work Capacity for identifying and monitoring progress toward learning goals Skills and habit of metacognitive thinking about their learning Awareness of own learning styles and needs with self- direction (persistence, adaptability, work ethic, initiative) Board Measures Goal One Colorado Springs School District Business Plan Personalized Learning Connection Possible Measures Rigor is encouraged by giving incentive to master Common Core learning targets through self-paced pathways. Students shape their own learning path by self- selecting appropriate topics to further explore. Students are eager to pursue inquiry because learning is tied to need and interest. A model of constant self and peer review are in place to monitor progress towards learning goals Students exhibit awareness of their own learning styles by self-selecting their learning tools. Project based formative assessment rubrics Math Exemplars Student Portfolio (based on Common Core requirements) Student Growth Plan TCAP and eventually PARCC ST Math Literacy Assessments (DIBELs, curriculum based, etc.) Self and peer assessment rubrics Revised
Personalized Learning Model D11 Essential Strategies Goal 1: Implement a personalized vision of teaching and learning –
School Planning Strategic planning for each school Personalized Learning Lead Educators/LTEs Demonstration Classrooms Standard Teacher Toolkits D11 Essential Actions Goal One: Evidence of Implementation for PL through USIP
Progress and Evidence Current State vs Desired State Personalized Learning Model Classroom Look For PL Lead Educator Training DODEA Grant Teacher Self Review Online PD System D11 Essential Targets Goal One: Progress is consistent on the PL approach and is evident across classrooms.
KPIs Update district personalized learning strategic plan. 10/31/2012Greg WilbornDistrict leadership Update school personalized learning goals embedded in Unified School Improvement Plan. 12/15/2012Greg WilbornSchool leadership Provide direction for identified Personalized Learning Lead Educators to lead personalized learning professional development in their schools. 5/30/2013Greg WilbornSchool leadership and teachers Create demonstration classrooms in each school. 12/15/2012Greg WilbornSchool leadership and teachers Develop a skills ladder outlining expectations of a learner’s (student and teacher) ability to learn with technology. 12/15/2012Greg WilbornDistrict leadership, school leadership, school staff, and students
KPIs Evolve the Library Technology Educator (LTE) role through monthly LTE meetings and on- going professional development for all LTEs to become personalized learning leaders and coaches in their schools. 05/30/2013Melissa Smead Gwen Giddens LTEs Implement online professional development system (Atomic Learning) 05/30/2013Greg WilbornDistrict leadership, school leadership, school staff, and students Provide a standard teacher toolkit for every teacher 05/30/2013Greg WilbornTeachers and students Establish a baseline skill level for staff through an online survey. 12/15/2012Greg WilbornDistrict leadership, school leadership, and school staff
Playbook PL Model Clarify Learning Targets & Plan Ensure Effective Classroom Practices Check for Understanding Know the Learner Learning Environment Delivery Methods
Business Plan Target Business Plan Activity (Current)Status Progress is consistent on the Personalized Learning (21st Century Checklist); personalized learning approach to teaching and learning is evident across classrooms in D11. Evidence the implementation of the D11 vision for personalized learning (21st century learning) through the school improvement plans and the implementation of a Personalized Learning Lead Educator Group. In many classrooms, educational technologies are being utilized and integrated for teaching and learning. Beginning fall 2012, online and face- to-face professional development will provide how to use educational technology to focus on a learner’s active construction of knowledge to re-orientate and evolve instruction in order to personalize instruction in D11.
SWOT Strengths Visionary Alignment Level of detail Measurement Personalization Weaknesses System constraints Communications Opportunities Collaboration Innovation Student achievement Leadership messaging Threats Single messenger Technology perception Building leadership role
Resources Teacher Self Review - review.htmlhttp://www.gregorydenby.com/self- review.html Links to Atomic Learning, all presentations, and supporting documents can be found at ources.aspx ources.aspx