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1 Future Ready Today – Where Best Practices Meet Next Practices Raymond J. McNulty,

2 The primary aim of education is not to enable students to do well in school, but to help them do well in the lives they lead outside of school.

3 Systems are challenged today like never before. The key challenge that we face is results.

4 Reading Risk Mapping State Proficiency Standards onto NAEP Scales, IES August 2011

5 Reading Risk Mapping State Proficiency Standards onto NAEP Scales, IES August 2011

6 In an environment driven by results, the best strategy is to DEVELOP YOUR PEOPLE. Broaden the definition of learning in your system to include adults.

7 The focus must be on the way we work. –Cooperation is what was valued in the past. It is about efficiency: You do this and I will do that. –Collaboration is where we should focus. It is about shared creation and shared solutions, in which the focus is not on the process but on the specific results, and everyone in the system has responsibility for the results.

8 Themes Best and Next Practices Participation Gap Closing Thoughts

9 Theme Best and Next Practices

10 Best practices allow you to do what you are currently doing a little better. Next practices increase your organizations capability to do things it has never done before.

11 SystemInnovation

12 Sustaining Innovation Next Practice

13 Disruptive Innovation

14 We have a flawed perspective of always listening to our best customers… They tell us how good the system is working for them!

15 A Story…. Not a bad idea, but to earn a grade more than a C+, the idea has to be viable! (Yale Professor) Fredrick Smith The idea FedEx

16 Shurnyu Suzuki In the beginners mind there are many possibilities; in the experts mind there are few.

17 1.Technical Challenges 2.Culture Challenges

18 1.Technical Challenges 2.Culture Challenges 3.Leading and Lagging Indicators

19 Theme Participation Gap

20 We live in a world obsessed with predictability and control, some people believe that if we cant truly measure something it must not matter. We must consider the possibility that if we cant truly measure something, it may be the most important thing.

21 Talking with kids… Its not us against them!

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23 CULTURE DRIVES STRATEGY

24 Participation Gap Self-Worth: Self-Worth occurs when children know they are valued members of the community; have a person they can trust; believe they can achieve. Active Engagement: Active Engagement happens when children are deeply involved in the learning process. Purpose: Purpose exists when children take responsibility for who and what they want to become.

25 STUDENT ASPIRATIONS / PARTICIPATION GAP SELF WORTH ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT PURPOSE Belonging Heroes Sense of Accomplishment Fun & Excitement Curiosity & Creativity Spirit of Adventure Leadership & Responsibility Confidence to Take Action Relationships Relevance Rigor

26 SELF WORTH Belonging Heroes Sense of Accomplishment STATEMENT 54%49%I am proud of my school. 49%49%I enjoy being at school. 58%41%Teachers care about my problems and feelings. 54%46%Teachers care about me as an individual. 50%45%Teachers care if I am absent from school. 19%21%I have never been recognized for something positive at school. 52%48%If I have a problem, I have a teacher with whom I can talk. 68%51%Teachers respect students. 49%37%Students respect teachers. 36%29%Students respect each other. Participation Gap Data Copyright 2008 Quaglia Institute

27 STATEMENT 42%48%School is boring. 68%55%At school I am encouraged to be creative. 47%37%My classes help me understand what is happening in my everyday life. 67%54%Teachers enjoy working with students 47%37%Teachers have fun at school. 41%28%Teachers make school an exciting place to learn. 79%71%My teachers present lessons in different ways. ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT Fun & Excitement Curiosity & Creativity Spirit of Adventure Participation Gap Data Copyright 2008 Quaglia Institute

28 STATEMENT 62%64%I am a good decision maker. 54% 59%I see myself as a leader. 30% 35%Other students see me as a leader. 91%91%I believe I can be successful. 80%77%Teachers expect me to be successful. 58%64%I believe I can make a difference in this world. 79%66%I put forth my best effort at school. 44%36%I know the goals my school is working on. 41%30%Students council represents all students at school. PURPOSE Leadership & Responsibility Confidence to Take Action Participation Gap Data Copyright 2008 Quaglia Institute

29 I am proud of my school.T = 85 S = 50 I am excited to be working with students.T = 96 Teachers enjoy working with students.S = 56 I have fun at school.T = 85 Teachers have fun at school.S = 39 Participation Gap Data Delusional Discrepancies Copyright 2008 Quaglia Institute

30 I am excited to tell my colleagues when I do something well.T = 59 I am excited to tell my friends when I get good grades.S = 57 I feel comfortable asking questions in staff meetings.T = 66 I feel comfortable asking questions in class. S = 66 Participation Gap Data Sad Similarities Copyright 2008 Quaglia Institute

31 1.Quantitative Data 2.Qualitative Data 3.Ask Great Questions To Lead the System Well

32 Teacher – Student Comparisons T – I make learning exciting for my students. 86% S – My teachers make learning fun. 41%

33 Teacher – Student Comparisons T – I am aware of my students interests outside of school. 84% S – My teachers know my interests outside of school. 28%

34 Rigor Relevance Relationships

35 Relevance Rigor

36 Theme Closing Points

37 IF WE WANT… Children to be learners who think, read, reason and express themselves effectively in multiple ways… Then we must show them thoughtful people eager to take in and use new information.

38 IF WE WANT.. Children to be brave and resourceful when confronted with the unknown… Then they must see us taking risks and finding new ways to move ahead.

39 Effective and efficient approaches to increasing student achievement Successful practices for teaching and learning from the nations most rapidly improving schools Practical strategies for using rigor, relevance, and relationships to increase instructional effectiveness Innovative tools and resources to support the transition to more rigorous assessments

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41 Future Ready Today – Where Best Practices Meet Next Practices Raymond J. McNulty,


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