Presentation on theme: "The Continuous Improvement Classroom"— Presentation transcript:
1The Continuous Improvement Classroom Ground rules created by studentsClassroom mission statementsClassroom and student measurable goalsQuality tools and PDSA used regularlyThe Continuous Improvement ClassroomClassroom data centersClassroom meetings facilitated by studentsStudent-led conferencesStudent data folders
2Lotus Diagram Overview A lotus diagram is an analytical, organizational tool for breaking broad topics into components, which can then be further organized, analyzed or prioritized.It is a picture of the separate components of a topic. It provides a common understanding of the components of the topic.
3What is a Lotus Diagram A visual of the components of a whole Organizational tool for: foster thinking, analyzing, prioritizing, categorizing
4When?Teams or individuals need a process for organizing and prioritizing components of a larger wholeExamine complex systemsOrganize thoughtsOrganize brainstorming around a theme or topic
5Why? Defines the topic being studied Fosters thinking skills Organize ideasIdentify relationships
19The Continuous Improvement Classroom Ground Rules created by studentsClassroom Mission StatementsClassroom and Student Measurable GoalsQuality tools and PDSA used regularlyThe Continuous Improvement ClassroomClassroom Data CentersClassroom Meetings facilitated by studentsStudent-led conferencesStudent Data Folders