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Inquiry into the Disposition. Power of Students. Assumption. We are reflective urban practitioners who collaboratively examine the fundamental concepts on which we base our work. This is an opportunity for us to inquire into what value this disposition has for us. Purpose of Inquiry.

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Inquiry into the disposition

Inquiry into the Disposition

Power of Students


Assumption

Assumption

  • We are reflective urban practitioners who collaboratively examine the fundamental concepts on which we base our work.

  • This is an opportunity for us to inquire into what value this disposition has for us.


Purpose of inquiry

Purpose of Inquiry

Develop a richer shared understanding of:

  • The meaning of the disposition Power of Students

  • The assessment of the disposition

  • The teaching of the disposition


Outcomes

Outcomes

  • A reaffirmed or revised statement of the disposition and the outcome statement

  • An increase in the fairness, accuracy, and effectiveness of our assessments of the disposition

  • Development and sharing of effective teaching strategies for the disposition


Process to arrive at outcomes

Process to Arrive at Outcomes

  • December 2006

  • January - February 2007

  • February – March 2007

  • March – April 2007

  • College of Education Retreat


December 2006 brainstorming questions

December 2006 – Brainstorming Questions

  • We will do a short brainstorming session today. The assessment committee will brainstorm further questions. You are invited to submit further questions over the next week.

  • The dispositions subcommittee of the assessment committee will finalize 6 to 8 questions. You are invited to participate in the process of focusing the questions.


January february 2007

January - February 2007

  • The assessment committee distributes the 6 to 8 questions to departments.

  • Departments reflect on the meaning of the disposition as it relates to their department

  • Departments share inquiry-related information using an electronic forum. This sharing includes the conclusions, concerns, and questions that emerge from the work of the departments on the inquiry questions.


February march 2007

February – March 2007

  • Departments work on questions related to the assessment of the disposition as it relates to their department.

  • Departments share inquiry related information using an electronic forum. This sharing includes the conclusions, concerns, and questions that emerge from the work of the departments on the inquiry questions.


March april 2007

March – April 2007

  • Departments work on questions related to the teaching of the disposition as it relates to their department.

  • Departments share inquiry related information using an electronic forum. This sharing includes the conclusions, concerns, and questions that emerge from the work of the departments on the inquiry questions.


April 2007

April 2007

  • At the College of Education Retreat we work collectively on our outcomes.


The electronic forum

The Electronic Forum

  • http://www.teachade.com

  • Group = NJCU Power of Students Disposition

Select this discussion to post your questions and thoughts.


Questions

Questions

  • Any questions, comments, or suggestions about the process we have described?


Brainstorming activity

Brainstorming Activity

  • Get into small groups of no more than 6.

  • Brainstorm questions you have about the meaning, assessment, and teaching of the disposition Power of Students.

  • One group member inputs questions to the electronic forum (teachade).


Final thoughts

Final Thoughts

  • Any further questions, comments or suggestions?

  • We hope this will be a useful process that will engage us in collective reflection about our own beliefs, values, commitments, and ethical viewpoints.


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