Presentation on theme: "Common Core Summit February 19, 2014. Session Goals Reflect on the day’s sessions; Discuss leadership strategies for implementation; Learn more about."— Presentation transcript:
Morning/Lunchtime Stroll Find a partner… Chose A/B; Acknowledge the “stop” signal; Partner A recalls for 60 seconds; Partner B recalls for 60 seconds; Partner A recalls for 30 seconds; Partner B recalls for 30 seconds;
The Stop Signal http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sA0-QXbLnaE
Detractors Too much federal control Minimal public engagement Raises bar so much school isn’t fun Pressure on teachers Score declines expected Leads to “cookie cutter” teaching Not field tested
Non-Negotiables Teach to Common Core “How” flexibility Assessments
Change is Good… You Go First http://play.simpletruths.com/movie/change-is-good/
Which Resonate? Change what needs changing, not what’s easy Re-recruit your best people Forget for success Focus on strengths Remove barriers It all starts with belief Simplify your message Let your actions speak Celebrate success Measure results Set the stage for innovation Stand with them, not above them Reinforce, reinforce, reinforce
NAESP Checklist Leadership, Awareness Building, Communication Professional Development for Teachers Implications for Student Learning Capacity Building Special Considerations Key StrengthsFocus for Improvement
Questions Sheet Questions to Get Things Started What were you expecting to……? How aware were you of ……? What experiences have you had with….? What was the basis for the action you took on….? What led you to draw the conclusion or make the decision that you did on ….
Set Goals and Monitor Instruction Beginning (1) Developing (2) Accomplished (3) Exemplary (4) STUDENT RESPONSES: SET GOALS AND MONITOR INSTRUCTION Students do not set goals related to the class’s content and skills. Students may refer to goals that they have set previously. Goals that students set during the period may or may not be appropriate. Most students set appropriate goals. Not only do students set goals related to the class’s content and skills and monitor progress towards those goals, but they also discuss that progress with their teacher and peers.