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1 Partnership Next Generation Learning for

2 Will Discuss ~ Why Do We Need to Move to Next Generation Learning? What is Next Generation Learning? What is the Partnership?

3 Challenges and Opportunities! Reductions in Investment ~ –Bill Gates ~ 2008 Levels Bi-partisan concerns with quality! –PS Remediation –Educator Effectiveness Questions Technology Advancements

4 What is Next Generation Learning? A personalized system of education that prepares each child for life, work and citizenship in the 21 st century. Critical attributes: 1. Personalized learning 2. Authentic student voice & agency 3. World-class knowledge and skills 4. Performance-based learning 5. Anytime, everywhere opportunities 6. Comprehensive systems of learning supports

5 NxGL Policy Development in NH NxGL AttributesNH Policies and/or Innovations Personalized LearningICT E-Portfolio Requirement: Extended Learning Opportunities, ELO Network and Charter Modeling Multiple Pathways to Graduation tied to Compulsory Education (SB 18) Authentic Student Voice and AgencyE-Portfolio Requirement; Charter Schools, ELO Modeling World Class Knowledge and SkillsCommon Core; Certain Charters; Competency-based system requirements Performance Based AssessmentNew State Accountability Model I3 Network; Charters Anytime, Everywhere OpportunitiesELOs; Online Learning Policies—Snow days/Sick days; VLACS Student Centered Comprehensive Systems of Support Effective Educator policy (developing); Response to Intervention—APEX/PBIS; My Voice Survey and Follow the Child Data Supports; Multiple Pathway Designs

6 “Customized, Personalized Education for All Students, Not Defined by Time or Place!”

7 Susan Patrick President and Chief Executive Officer of the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL). iNACOL is the international K-12 nonprofit association representing the interests of practitioners, providers and students involved in online learning worldwide.

8 Milan Village School https://sites.google.com/a/sau20.org/mil anvillageschool/home/nxgl

9 Gene Wilhoit Executive Director of the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)

10 Tom Carroll Leads the National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future NCTAF in its mission to empower educators who are transforming their schools from teaching organizations into learning organizations.

11 “Personalized High Schools engage students by allowing them to plan and develop their own pathways through school based on their talents, interests, and aspirations.” Support for achieving this is provided through workshops designed to: Guiding personalized learning through advisory programs Developing a personal learning process for each student Implementing regular student led conferences Changing the culture of the school so that students are trusted and supported to lead their own learning

12 “Rather than grades and test scores, the work itself – portfolios, exhibitions and student-led conferences – shows what the students have learned.” Support for implementing performance assessments include: Developing an inquiry based approach to instruction Developing and scoring rubrics for portfolios, exhibitions Changing the culture of the school so that students are trusted and supported to carry out long term projects with a demanding assessment at its conclusion.

13 Authentic student voice is the deep engagement of students in directing and owning their individual learning and shaping the nature of the education experience among their peers.

14 Four key realms in which students can (and do!) make academic decisions are: what they learn how they learn how well they learn why they learn.

15 World Class Knowledge and Skills World-class Knowledge and Skills require achievement goals to sufficiently encompass the content knowledge and skills required for success in a globally oriented world.

16 World-class Knowledge and Skills require achievement goals… ……. Determine a continuum of competencies through which students demonstrate mastery. ……. Mastery requires that a student apply content and skills in performance based scenarios. ……. Grades must represent the mastery level of students. ……. Learning time is determined by mastery and not grade level.

17 ….. achievement goals to sufficiently encompass the content knowledge and skills ….. Achievement goals (competencies) should be designed on essential knowledge and skills within and across discipline areas ….. Common Core Standards in Language Arts and Math creates portability and equity of learning opportunities district to district ….. Essential Skills should be identified in all disciplines in order to prioritize learning and focus curriculum

18 ……content knowledge and skills required for success in a globally oriented world. Copyright permission granted: ncies.cfm 21 st Century Fluencies should be integrated into curriculum design and pedagogy. 21 st Century Fluencies integrate UbD, high quality assessment and critical thinking skills. They are a design model for curriculum, high quality assessment and authentic learning.

19 Anytime Everywhere Learning Extended Learning Opportunities in NH ELO + NxtGL =  MASTERY Students become more engaged, take greater ownership of learning, cultivate habits of mind, increase inquiry and solution-building, decrease desire to drop out

20 STUDENTS Credit- Bearing Extended Learning Opportunities Alternative Schedule Day/Evening Pathways Alternative Learning Plans Non-School Setting Hybrid Community ELO & Virtual Learning Hybrid ELO & Classroom Blended Classroom & Virtual Classes

21 ~adapted from the Ohio Department of Education report: new emphasis on learning What if...we designed high school around students’ needs? Flexible schedules were offered to acknowledge brain research that says that teenage brains are wired for late nights and late mornings? Students could demonstrate their mastery of competencies and move forward instead of sitting in class bored? Students could earn credit simultaneously in more than one content area through real world projects and problems that they select based on their interests? Students could earn credit for learning experiences that included postsecondary connections and postsecondary mentors, internships, educational travel, on-line learning and community service? Learning experiences nurtured students’ skills in understanding their own strengths, their local and global communities, and their goals and aspirations? Anytime, Everywhere Learning allows us to do that.

22 Implementation Implementation science is a framework that includes processes, tools, and activities that are systematically applied to the change process to effectively put into place a practice, program, or initiative. Research shows that effective implementation occurs in a framework that includes 7 components. The practices or initiatives being implemented are described in sufficient detail so that they can be effectively taught, evaluated, supported, and sustained. (Adapted from: Fixsen, D. L., Naoom, S. F., Blase, K. A., Friedman, R. M. & Wallace, F., 2005)

23 Implementation Frameworks Practice, program and systems change through… –Multi-dimensional, fully integrated use of Implementation Drivers Implementation Stages Implementation Teams Improvement Cycles

24 COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT Creating a Pre-Kindergarten- 20 Continuum A Focus on the Learner Shared Conversations Regionally About What Learning Environments Need to Look Like to Support Learning Rethinking the Role of the Teacher

25 New Hampshire’s Next Generation of Educators Criteria for Excellence in Teaching – Clear Expectations Across the Continuum Facilitating Learning Environments with a Focus on the Learner as Partners Working Together to Assure Student Learning

26 21 st Century Learners Building collegial environments Support the creation of well-defined and mutually beneficial partnerships between schools and institutions of higher education. What If We Could Completely Rethink the Current Structure? What is the Evidence of Student Learning?

27 IHE Network Educator Preparation Programs May 24, Working Together to Influence Change The Commissioner Barry, Tom Carroll, and Gene Wilhoit – Setting the Stage for Learning


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