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1 ELM Parent Orientation d e s i g n. f a c i l i t a t e. c o a c h. l e a d. t r a n s f o r m. Add school logo

2 IntroductionELMAssessmentStudent HelpConclusion ELM Parent Orientation Add school logo and contact info d e s i g n. f a c i l i t a t e. c o a c h. l e a d. t r a n s f o r m.

3 Agenda Introductions Hopes for Your Child Past & Present Work Environments Skills We Need for Today & Beyond Latest Research Learning Profiles Preparing Your Student: ELM Assessment & Feedback Helping Your Child at Home Introduction

4 What are your highest hopes for your child? What do you hope will result from his/her time in school?

5 Student Learning How does LEARNING in school need to be transformed to make those hopes a reality? What kinds of tasks, activities, and/or work do students need to be doing…. ….in the new learning environment? Introduction

6 When do you work?Where do you work? How are jobs/careers changing? Introduction “The average 34 year-old has worked for 9 companies.” Elaine Chao, U.S. Secretary of Labor 2001 Report on the American Workforce How many graduates will work for themselves? “80% of today’s 3 rd graders will be entrepreneurs.” Jukes and McCain Windows on the Future. 2000

7 Jobs Created in the Last Five Years Introduction

8 In the 21 st century, what skills do you think your child needs to possess to thrive?

9 Tony Wagner’s Top 7 Survival Skills Introduction Adaptability and agility Leading by influence and collaboration Critical thinking and problem solving Effective oral and written communication Accessing and analyzing information Curiosity and imagination Initiative and entrepreneurship

10 Resources Introduction ●A Whole New Mind ●World Class Learners ●Five Minds for the Future ●The Global Achievement Gap

11 How does your child like to learn? Introduction This profile allows me to know your child as I design instruction.

12 How does TEACHING need to be transformed to make your hopes for your child a reality? Introduction

13 ELM d e s i g n. f a c i l i t a t e. c o a c h. l e a d. t r a n s f o r m.

14 Engage Learning Model ELM

15 Engage Learning Model ELM What it is… Fosters deep understanding through hands-on and minds- on learning for all students Provides students the opportunity to explore, ask questions and find solutions to real world issues Improves student engagement Focuses on all students’ learning styles Leverages critical thinking skills Deepens understanding of content

16 ELM Outcomes ELM Mastery of content by applying knowledge in various ways Critical thinking and problem solving Access and analyze information Entrepreneurial skillset Leadership and collaboration skills Effective oral, written and listening skills Innovative and resourceful digital citizens

17 What ELM is and is not... ELM It is…It isn’t… A model providing all students hands-on and minds-on learning experience where they explore content at deep and meaningful levels. A new instruction program, trend or fad A model where teachers lead the learning through asking questions, providing small group instruction and teaching how to vet resources, assessing and providing feedback to students and parents A model where a teacher is passive or can be replaced by technology Where students are actively engaged mastering knowledge and skills by providing solutions to problems presented A superficial independent or group project Structured where students learn the importance of research, analysis, time management, responsibility, teamwork, collaboration and conflict resolution Reliant on a couple of students to complete a project

18 How it works? Upcoming ELM Unit ELM Place an outline of upcoming ELM unit here. Could use a completed Unit Communication Template.

19 ELMAssessment d e s i g n. f a c i l i t a t e. c o a c h. l e a d. t r a n s f o r m.

20 Assessment and Feedback What skills do you believe are important that students should be able to demonstrate? How would you like your child to demonstrate learning? What are some signs of mastery? Assessment

21 Sample Rubric Assessment Place rubric here

22 Soft Skills Assessment Autonomy “owning” learning and being proactive about making a plan and overcoming challenges encountered along the way Collaboration taking on individual roles while working together as a team toward a common goal Communicationsharing ideas and information clearly and effectively Creativitygenerating original ideas, solutions, and products Critical Thinking interpreting and analyzing information to solve real problems Growth Mindset seeing challenges and mistakes as opportunities to learn something new Professional Ethicsshowing integrity and honoring commitments

23 Soft Skills Assessment

24 Student Help d e s i g n. f a c i l i t a t e. c o a c h. l e a d. t r a n s f o r m.

25 How can I help my child? If your child says… “We had to take a test before the teacher taught us anything.” The student is referring to the pre-assessment. Ask what the answers told him/her about what needs to be learned and how that can help make a plan for DIYs & Workshops for the unit. Student Help

26 How can I help my child? If your child says… “I asked a question and the teacher won't tell me the answer.” Ask about where the teacher may have put the answers for the class to find. Ask about DIYs and Workshops for the unit. Student Help

27 How can I help my child? If your child says… “My teammates aren’t doing what they are supposed to be doing.” Ask about team roles and how the team resolves conflict. Your child can show you the conflict resolution section for the team in eStudio Project Management. Student Help

28 How can I help my child? If your child says… “I am not sure what to research,” or “I don’t know what the teacher wants.” Ask about Project Requirements for the unit. Ask your child what his/her Need to Knows are. Student Help

29 How can I help my child? If your child says… “I had to teach my teammates today.” Ask about workshops and sharing what they researched with other members of the team. Student Help

30 How can I help my child? How you can support your child’s learning: o Review the driving question and project requirements. ▪ Ask what your child knows about the topic to date as this may help your child realize he/she knows more than he/she thinks. ▪ Ask what he/she may need to know more about the topic; this can help him/her write out questions for research. o Struggling with teammates can be difficult. ▪ Ask your child if the team talked with peers and what happened. ▪ Encourage your child to use the conflict resolution section located in the student portal Student Help

31 How can I help my child? How you can support your child’s learning cont’d… o Meeting teacher expectations ▪ Ask your child to pull up the project calendar in the student portal. Review the calendar to see if it is current. This may help your child feel confident that he/she is on the right track even without knowing all of the answers. Key Takeaway: me at anytime if you have questions. Learning is a journey, a process of research, discovery, collaboration, and analysis. Learning is understanding there may be more than one solution and recognizing this concept. Student Help

32 Conclusion d e s i g n. f a c i l i t a t e. c o a c h. l e a d. t r a n s f o r m.

33 Conclusion Share how you will keep parents informed on ELM progress. Place contact information here. Conclusion

34 IntroductionELMAssessmentStudent HelpConclusion ELM Parent Orientation Add school logo and contact info d e s i g n. f a c i l i t a t e. c o a c h. l e a d. t r a n s f o r m.


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