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Professional Development Using “Practice Perfect”. Joe Baldwin. Rethinking Practice. Practice Makes Perfect? Preparation Repetition leads to creativity. Have an objective. Practice what you already do well. Drills vs. Scrimmage Feedback. How to Practice. Isolate the skill Name it

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Professional development using practice perfect

Professional DevelopmentUsing“Practice Perfect”

Joe Baldwin


Rethinking practice

Rethinking Practice

  • Practice Makes Perfect?

  • Preparation

  • Repetition leads to creativity.

  • Have an objective.

  • Practice what you already do well.

  • Drills vs. Scrimmage

  • Feedback


How to practice

How to Practice

  • Isolate the skill

  • Name it

  • Integrate the skills

  • Make a plan

  • Make each minute matter


Using modeling

Using Modeling

  • Model and Describe

  • Call your shots

  • Make models believable

  • Walk this way

  • Model the Path


Feedback

Feedback

  • Practice Using Feedback-Not just getting it

  • Apply First, Then Reflect

  • Shorten the Feedback Loop

  • Use the Power of Positive

  • Limit Yourself

  • Make it an Everyday Thing

  • Describe the Solution (Not the Problem)


A culture of practice

A Culture of Practice

  • Professional development should be focused on teachers getting “better”.

  • Collaborative practice and feedback needs to happen among teachers.

  • Teachers need to have the desire to get better, and be willing to accept feedback to put into action.

  • Principals need to hire for practice.


Post practice making new skills stick

Post-Practice: Making New Skills Stick

  • Look for the Right Things

  • Coach During the Game

  • Keep Talking

  • Walk the Line

  • Measure Success


References

References

  • “Practice Perfect” by Doug Lemov, author of “Teach Like a Champion”.


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