Presentation on theme: "Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom and student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous."— Presentation transcript:
Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom and student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous Improvement Classroom Classroom data centers Classroom meetings facilitated by students Student-led conferences Student data folders
Lotus 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.
What is a Lotus Diagram A visual of the components of a whole Organizational tool for: foster thinking, analyzing, prioritizing, categorizing
When? Teams or individuals need a process for organizing and prioritizing components of a larger whole Examine complex systems Organize thoughts Organize brainstorming around a theme or topic
Why? Defines the topic being studied Fosters thinking skills Organize ideas Identify relationships
Lotus in a Kindergarten Classroom
The lotus was used to gather information for a research project. It was colored coded to differentiate between topics.
PQ Systems Example
Lotus Diagram Alignment Systems Thinking PDSA/Action Research Data-Driven Decisions & Measurement Continuous Improvement Quality Tools Leadership/ Quality Liaison Stakeholders & Customers Staff Development
Quality Liaison Quality Liaison Lotus Diagram Quality Liaison Support Continuous Improvement Classroom Communication PDSA – Action Research Quality Tools/ Best Practices Resource (s) Network Staff Development
Ground Rules created by students Classroom Mission Statements Classroom and Student Measurable Goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous Improvement Classroom Classroom Data Centers Classroom Meetings facilitated by students Student-led conferences Student Data Folders