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Centennial Public Schools Instructional Implementation. Toby Boss Jill Johnson Lenny VerMaas ESU 6. Becoming a Reflective Teacher. ENACTED ON THE SPOT. Student Engagement. INVOLVES ROUTINES. Learning Goals and Feedback Rules and Procedures. ADDRESSES CONTENT IN SPECIFIC WAYS.

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Centennial public schools instructional implementation

Centennial Public Schools Instructional Implementation

Toby Boss

Jill Johnson

Lenny VerMaas

ESU 6



ENACTED ON THE SPOT

Student Engagement

INVOLVES ROUTINES

Learning Goals and Feedback

Rules and Procedures

ADDRESSES CONTENT IN SPECIFIC WAYS

Teacher/Student Relationships

Adherence to Rules and Procedures

Interacting With New Knowledge

Generating/ Testing Hypotheses

Practicing and Deepening

High Expectations



Things associated with reflective teaching
Things Associated with Reflective Teaching

Instructional Framework

Deliberate Practice

Focused Feedback

Goal Setting

Observations


Reflective practice is recognized as important in a variety of fields
Reflective Practice is Recognized as Important in a Variety of Fields

  • Attorneys

  • Doctors, Nurses

  • Teachers

  • Architects

  • Engineers

  • Mechanics

  • Others?


Effective teachers are made not born
Effective teachers are made, of Fieldsnot born.

What’s the role of talent?

Do you agree or disagree?

What’s the role of deliberate practice?


Most people are satisfied with competence and never strive for expertise
Most people are satisfied of Fieldswith competence, and never strive for expertise.

Do you agree or disagree?


Even small increments in teacher effectiveness can have a positive effect on student achievement
Even small increments in teacher effectiveness can of Fields have a positive effect on student achievement.

an 8% average improvement in student achievement

10 years

a 2% improvement in teaching skillful-ness per year

x

=


It is reasonable to expect all teachers to increase their expertise from year to year
“…it is reasonable to expect of Fields all teachers to increase their expertise from year to year.”


What must a district or school do
What must a district or school do? of Fields

  • Develop a common language of teaching.

  • Provide opportunities for focused feedback and practice.

  • Provide opportunities for observing and discussing effective teaching.

  • Require individual teacher growth and development plans on a yearly basis.


A hierarchy of data types
A Hierarchy of Data Types of Fields

  • Teacher self-perception data

  • Teacher self-observation data

  • Observation data from peers, instructional coaches, supervisors



Growth mindset
Growth Mindset various components of the model.

  • This is not the same as teacher evaluation

  • This is about reflection and working to improve.

  • Nobody gets all 3s and 4s


Stages to learning a strategy
Stages to Learning a Strategy various components of the model.

  • Cognitive

  • Shaping

  • Autonomous


Cognitive
Cognitive various components of the model.

  • Teacher is made aware and gathers information about the strategy.

  • May observe or read about the execution

  • Corresponds to Not Using (0), and move to Beginning (1) as awareness grows


Shaping
Shaping various components of the model.

  • Teacher begins to use the strategy.

  • May contain significant errors, but improves through deliberate practice

  • Corresponds to Beginning (1) with omissions or errors and to Developing (2) with improvement


Autonomous
Autonomous various components of the model.

  • Teacher performs the strategy with ease and fluency.

  • Focus is on the strategy’s effect on student learning and adaptations are made to fit situations or students

  • Corresponds to Applying (3) and Innovating (4)


Discuss
Discuss various components of the model.

  • Refer to table 3.2 on page 38

  • What are the major differences between a rating of 2 (Developing) and 3 (Applying) on the scale provided?


Self audit
Self Audit various components of the model.

  • Refer to Appendix B beginning on page 185.

  • Self reflect on each of the elements – keep in mind the scale – particularly the difference between (2) Developing and (3) Applying.

  • Make sure to review the teacher and student evidence.

  • Submit your ratings on the google form.


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