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Orientation Meeting September 2005. Thoughtful Classroom Initiative. How do we spell SUCCESSFUL?. S tart with a FOCUS U ncover what is working WELL C reate opportunities to SHARE C heerleader not a Checker E stablish POWER STANDARDS S tart Small but Think BIG S tay Close and Curious

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orientation meeting september 2005

Orientation MeetingSeptember 2005

Thoughtful Classroom Initiative

how do we spell successful
How do we spell SUCCESSFUL?

Start with a FOCUS

Uncover what is working WELL

Create opportunities to SHARE

Cheerleader not a Checker

Establish POWER STANDARDS

Start Small but Think BIG

Stay Close and Curious

Focus on Student Work & Learning

Unlock the Hidden Potential by SHARING and giving meaningful FEEDBACK

Look for RESULTS, REFLECT, and CELEBRATE Successes

agenda
Agenda
  • 1. Welcome
  • 2. GRREC Thoughtful Education 3 Year Plan
  • 3. Material Distribution
  • 4. Protocol for Site Visits
  • 5. Strategies for Support
  • 6. Fee Structure
  • 7. Next Steps – Please return forms to GRREC-

Fax to Teresa Tarter, 270.745.5199

thoughtful classroom project
Thoughtful Classroom Project

Awareness Level

WKU September 2005

Administrative

Leaders

Teacher Leaders

Introduction to the Thoughtful Classroom Project

1. Research Based Strategies & Tools

2. Diversity

3. Hidden Skills of Academic Success

4. Curriculum Design

5. Learning Teams

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Thoughtful Classroom Project

Application & Practice

Back Home Fall 2005

Administrative

Leaders

Teacher Leaders

Classroom Level

thoughtful classroom project2
Thoughtful Classroom Project

Information Acquisition

WKU November 2005

Administrative

Leaders

Teacher Leaders

Thoughtful Classroom Training

Tools

Strategies

Learning Teams

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Thoughtful Classroom Project

Site Visits 2006

Coaching: Regional Site Visits

Admin.

& Teacher

Admin. & Teacher

Admin. & Teacher

School Site

Coaching/Modeling

Learning Clubs

Admin. & Teacher

Admin. & Teacher

Admin. & Teacher

Admin. & Teacher

Admin. & Teacher

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Thoughtful Classroom Project

Spring 2006

Application and Practice

Administrative

Leaders

Teacher Leaders

Learning Club 1

Learning Club 2

School

thoughtful classroom project5
Thoughtful Classroom Project

Information Acquisition

WKU February & May 2006

Administrative

Leaders

Teacher Leaders

Training

Silver, Strong & Associates

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Thoughtful Classroom Project

Summer 2006

School-Wide Professional Development

Administrative

Leaders

Teacher Leaders

12 Hour Workshop

School Level

original learning team leads
Original Learning Team LEADS!

Fall 2006

Learning Club

Learning Club

Learning Club

Tools

Thoughtful Education

Learning Club

Learning Club

Strategies

Learning Club

Learning Club

Learning Club

support system school level learning clubs
Support System: School Level-Learning Clubs

C

O

A

C

H

olleagues form a learning club made up of 4-5 people.

rganize meeting times, place, and select a focus.

llow each member time to share, celebrate, or clarify questions.

ollect ideas from others, collaborate to plan a lesson or clarify a strategy for future planning.

elp one another improve student performance and teacher performance.

regional support system
Regional Support System

Contact Information:

Jamie Spugnardi,GRREC

[email protected]

Office 270.745.8840

Fax 270.745.5199

Cell 270.792.9927

Teresa Tarter, GRREC

[email protected]

Office 270.745.5292

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