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Urban-Rural Partnership Critical Friends Celebration. April 20, 2011. Agenda. Introductions Critical Friends Overview Critical Friends Work Time Reflections (Highlights & Lessons Learned) Managing: Next Steps to Finish Out the Grant Video Highlights Certificates & Celebration!.

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Urban rural partnership critical friends celebration

Urban-Rural Partnership Critical Friends Celebration

April 20, 2011


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introductions

  • Critical Friends Overview

  • Critical Friends Work Time

  • Reflections (Highlights & Lessons Learned)

  • Managing: Next Steps to Finish Out the Grant

  • Video Highlights

  • Certificates & Celebration!


Urban rural partnership critical friends celebration

Looking collaboratively at student work is not meant to replace the important ways you look at student work by yourself. However, working with others can bring to the surface resources, ideas and strategies that make individual efforts more productive. It is hard to imagine doctors who never consult with other physicians (or with their patients) but rather make all the decisions about their patient’s prognoses and treatments on their own. Like doctors, educators also benefit from consultation with colleagues. In the teaching profession, student work provides data that allow professionals to work together to make the best possible decisions for their students.

  • David Allen, Looking at Student Work Together


Student work samples

Student Work Samples

  • Tangible bridge between student & teacher

  • Concrete evidence of what the teacher intended & what the student learned

  • Baseline for improvement of teaching & learning


Critical friends work

Critical Friends Work

  • Protocol Driven

  • Feedback is specific & supportive

    • Ask Tough Questions & Give Colleagues Real Help

      • Did you consider. . .

      • What sort of impact would there be if . . .

      • What would it look like if you. . .

      • Have you thought about . . .

  • Prepare your question/feedback carefully

  • Ask questions in a way that will promote the success of future lessons


Directions

Directions

  • Divide into Teams

  • Choose Roles:

    • Facilitator (1),

    • Time Keeper (1),

    • Recorder (1 – Google Doc)

    • Reporter (1),

  • Complete the Protocol

  • Switch Roles & Repeat


Critical friends protocol

Critical Friends Protocol

  • Present the Lesson Sit Back & Listen

    • Critical Friends Discuss the Lesson

  • Present the Student Work Sit Back & Listen

    • Critical Friends Discuss the Student Work

  • Present the Assessment Sit Back & Listen

    • Critical Friends Discuss the Assessment

  • Together: Reflect on the Assignment & Student Work, Determine Next Steps


Large group debrief

Large Group Debrief

  • Share highlights & lessons learned with larger group (Google Doc)

  • How did it feel getting & giving feedback?

  • How can this process be improved?

  • What key things did you take away from the critical friends process? (Wiki Discussion)


Managing finishing the grant strong

Managing: Finishing the Grant Strong

  • End of Year NETS-T Survey

  • Student Learning.com Assessment

  • Final Grant Report October 2011

    • Partner classrooms?

    • Student urban/rural exchange?

    • Bussing provided

  • Video Highlights

  • Certificates & Celebration!


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