Presentation on theme: "+ ELA & Mathematics Fellows November 17 th, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
+ ELA & Mathematics Fellows November 17 th, 2014
+ Introductions Olympic Peninsula Prefer Mondays Kitsap Peninsula Prefer Fridays Move to the side of the room aligned to the category that fits you best. When everyone has selected a side, introduce yourself to two people in your group
+ State Vision for ELA & Math Fellows Build teacher leader capacity in English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics across all regions in Washington Create a state-wide system of supports grounded in a consistent educator network that provides access to implementation resources across the regions Create a platform for teacher voice to inform statewide implementation efforts Build on existing opportunities that engage teacher leaders within each region
+ Videos OSPI Randy DornAESD Ian Grabenhorst
+ Larger context Advocate and Systematize Collaborate and Implement Leadership of Self Know and Model Leadership of Self Know and Model Leadership of Others Leadership in the Extended Community
Purpose of the Fellows To be a part of and support a system that focuses on all students becoming literate individuals. -- Leadership in the Extended Community To be a part of a community of learners that focuses on putting the shifts into practice to reflect the Washington State Learning Standards vision. -- Leadership of Others and Self To deprivatize our practice and take risks in order to facilitate high quality literacy instruction that leads to improving student outcomes -- Leadership of Self
+ 1. Pausing 2. Paraphrasing 3. Probing for specificity 4. Putting ideas on the table 5. Paying attention to self and others 6. Presuming positive intentions 7. Pursuing a balance between advocacy and inquiry Seven Norms of Collaboration
+ Module 2 – Adult Learning
+ Learning Targets Introduce aspects of adult learning as an element of the Teacher Leadership Framework Know and understand yourself as a leader in relation to your Fellows work Know and understand groups and group dynamics
+ Introduction: Adult Learning Review the Adult Learning page from the Teacher Leadership Framework. Review your individual self-assessment you took at our last meeting – consider, “What do you notice about how you assessed yourself in this area?” Reflect on “Where do you need to build capacity when you work with adult learners? What makes you say that?”
Building Trusting Relationships (OESD)
Facilitating Adult Learning (OESD)
+ Adult Learning: Group Dynamics and Knowing Yourself Read ‘Predictable Dynamics in Groups’ article. On the back of the article you have 4 lines representing the continua from the article: TaskRelationship CertaintyAmbiguity DetailBig Picture AutonomyCollaboration Mark an ‘X’ where you see yourself on each continuum. What are the implications of these preferences for you as a Fellow and your work to implement the Common Core?
+ Adult Learning: Group Dynamics Create a Human Continuum with the following (we’ll do this 4x – one for each): 1.Task – Relationship 2.Certainty – Ambiguity 3.Detailed – Big Picture 4.Autonomy - Collaboration
+ Adult Learning: Charting Preferences and Knowing Groups le Divide poster into four quadrants and label (see example below). Collect your group’s thinking in each quadrant of the poster Words or actions that might convey this stance: When it might be effective for a leader to speak from this stance: When this stance might be an ineffective choice: What a person in this stance might not be able to do effectively:
+ Reflection & Wrap Up How did engaging in this activity help you think about your work as a fellow? Where does it fit? Where doesn’t it? What are you considering about your work with adult learners that you weren’t before? What concerns do you have that need to be addressed?
+ Extension Activity Here's what I got out of our reflecting on adult learning and teacher leadership today… So what -- what is important about this learning? Now what -- how might my actions as a fellow be impacted by this learning? What might I point to as a change in my planning or practice that would reflect what was learned and discussed today?
+ Break & Break-out Time
+ Teacher Leadership & the Three Shifts in ELA How do you enhance the understanding of the Three Shifts in your school and district?
+ Next Steps Complete Part A of Plan Begin collecting a list of helpful resources to be shared State Convening on November 17 th Fellows Meeting on _______________
+ Evaluation Survey - Math To access the math survey type this address into your browser: /AESD-Math-PD-Reflection Course Name: Math Fellows Mtg. 2 Date: 11/17/2014 Clock hours: 6 ESD 114 OR Scan this QR code with your tablet or smartphone. (Note: You may need to download an app to allow scanning to work.)
+ Evaluation Survey - ELA To access the math survey type this address into your browser: /AESD-ELA-PD-Reflection Course Name: ELA Fellows Mtg. 2 Date: 11/17/2014 Clock hours: 6 ESD 114 OR Scan this QR code with your tablet or smartphone. (Note: You may need to download an app to allow scanning to work.)