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Students teaching Students:

Using Students & Alumni to Support Classroom Instruction

2009 Institute for Staff DevelopmentStudents Today, Leaders Tomorrow


Using students alumni to support classroom instruction
Using Students & Alumni to Support Classroom Instruction

  • Joanne PatrickAcademy Coordinator, Seattle Public Schools

  • David BowermanDirector of Client Development, K&L Gates

  • Kristen Dwyer-O’ConnorAOF Alumni Ballard High School Class of 2004Smith Barney



K l gates
K&L Gates

  • Combination of Preston Gates & Ellis LLP and Kirkpatrick Lockhart Nicholson Graham

    … and Hughes & Luce

    … and Kennedy Covington

  • 1,600 lawyers, 28 offices, 3 continents


Alumni involvement
Alumni Involvement

  • Classroom speakers

  • Academy Advisory Boards

  • Career Conferences

  • Alumni Outreach

  • College Connection

  • Case Competition


2007 case competition pilot
2007 Case Competition Pilot

  • Pilot project developed by AOF Alumni

  • Ballard HS junior/senior teams

  • UW mentors

  • Harvard Case Study Innovation with Apple


2007 case competition pilot cont d

Planning days

Judges

Case Competition – 2 days

Results

Lessons learned

Re-engages students

Timeline/format

Recruitment of judges

Rubric for evaluation

2007 Case Competition Pilot (cont’d)


2008 case competition
2008 Case Competition

  • Expand to all three programs

  • Extensive pre-planning

  • Timeline: Nov 2007- May 2008

  • Introduction to competitions

  • UW Global Competition field trip


2008 case competition cont d
2008 Case Competition (cont’d)

  • WaMu Grant Funding = $3000

  • Harvard Case Study Cola Wars Continue: Coke and Pepsi in 2006

  • Preparation

    • 120 students = 30 teams of 4 each

    • 30 college mentors

    • 10 AB judges

    • 5 days to prep

    • PPT decks


2008 Case Competition (cont’d)

  • Individual school format

    • Presentation = 10 minutes

    • Q&A = 5 minutes

    • Feedback = 5 minutes

  • Mentors: guides, not sources

  • Decks submitted before competition


2008 case competition cont d1
2008 Case Competition (cont’d)

  • Individual school competition

    • Two judges/school

    • Defined scoring rubric: Quality, Professionalism, Creativity

    • One winning team from each


2008 case competition finals
2008 Case Competition Finals

  • Top three teams

  • Four independent judges

    • Presentation = 10 minutes

    • Q&A = 5 minutes

  • Parents, teachers, media

  • Pressure!



Outcomes
Outcomes

  • 120 students learned prep and presentation of complex material and ideas, teamwork

  • Evidence of rigor in curriculum

  • Enhanced alliance with UW business school

  • Student mentoring, college-level experience

  • Scholarships

  • Parent, teacher, Advisory Board interaction


2009 case competition
2009 Case Competition

  • New Advisory Board member involvement

  • Time Line November 2008-March 2009

  • Harvard Case Study Innovation with Apple

  • Preparation

    • 170 students = 42 teams of 4

    • more college mentors

    • 5 days to prep

    • PowerPoint decks submitted prior to competition


2009 case competition cont d
2009 Case Competition (cont’d)

  • School Competition

    • Presentation = 10 minutes

    • Q&A = 5 minutes

    • Feedback = 5 minutes

    • 2 judges @ Ballard & Chief Sealth; 4 judges @ Franklin

    • Rubric scoring – Quality, Professionalism Creativity

    • 1 winning team from each school


2009 case competition finals
2009 Case Competition Finals

  • Held on University of Washington Campus

    • Three Top teams

    • Audience College Global Case Competition participants & AOF students from 3 schools

    • Judges from UW School of Business & School District

    • Pressure!



Outcomes recommendations
Outcomes & Recommendations

  • 170 students learned prep and presentation of complex material and ideas, teamwork

  • Evidence of rigor in curriculum

  • Enhanced alliance with UW business school; grant writing

  • Student mentoring, college-level experience

  • Scholarships

  • Parent, teacher, Advisory Board interaction

  • Increased student involvement, but junior team from FHS could not attend

  • 2010, return to 2008 Final Format



Contact information
Contact Information

Joanne Patrick

[email protected]

206-252-0745

David Bowerman

[email protected]

206-370-6726

Kristen Dwyer-O’Connor

[email protected]


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