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International Center for Leadership in Education. Dr. Willard R. Daggett 9 Characteristics of Successful Schools. Rigor/Relevance - All. Schools Do Make a Difference. Characteristics. 1. Small Learning Communities. Small Learning Communities. Other Conditions Hawthorne Effect.

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International Center for Leadership in Education

Dr. Willard R. Daggett

9 Characteristics of

Successful Schools


Rigor/Relevance - All


Schools DoMake aDifference


Characteristics

1. Small Learning Communities


Small Learning Communities

  • Other Conditions

  • Hawthorne Effect


Characteristics

  • Small Learning Communities

2. High Expectations

  • Especially in Literacy


Characteristics

  • Small Learning Communities

2. High Expectations

3. 9th Grade


Characteristics

  • Small Learning Communities

2. High Expectations

3. 9th Grade

4. 12th Grade


Characteristics

  • Small Learning Communities

2. High Expectations

3. 9th Grade

4. 12th Grade

5. Data


Grade Equivalent

  • Semantic Difficulty

  • Syntactic Complexity


Lexile Framework

  • Semantic Difficulty

  • Syntactic Complexity


Medical Academy

Lexile Range


Visual Arts & Design Academy

Lexile Range


MCA English LAIndicators / BST Items Tested


MCA MathematicsIndicators / BST Items Tested


New York Language Arts Standards/Performance Indicators

Commencement – Grade 11

New York State

Regents

Entrepre-neurship

Computer Network Processing

Visual Arts & Design

Direct Patient Care

Ag Production

Synthesize information from diverse sources and identify complexities and discrepancies in the information.

H

H

H

H

H

H

Write and present research reports, feature articles, and thesis support papers on a variety of topics related to all school subjects

H

H

H

H

H

H

Make effective use of language and style to connect the message with the audience and context.

L

M

M

M

M

M

Study the social conventions and language conventions of writers from other groups and cultures and use those conventions to communicate with members of those groups.

L

L

L

M

L

L

Career and Technical Education


To view your state’s sample Curriculum Matrix charts please visit our auxiliary website.www.daleicle.org/cm.htmLink on Sample State Charts


Visual Arts

Dance

New Jersey Language Arts Literacy

Standards/Strands/Learning Expectations

Grades 9-12

HSPA

Grade 11

Music

Theatre

H

H

1. Read developmentally appropriate materials (at an independent level) with accuracy and speed.

H

H

H

M

M

3. Read a variety of genres and types of text with fluency and comprehension.

H

M

H

M

M

7. Demonstrate personal style and voice effectively to support the purpose and engage the audience of a piece of writing.

H

M

H

L

L

7. Interpret how literary devices affect reading emotions and understanding.

H

L

H

Arts Education


Characteristics

  • Small Learning Communities

2. High Expectations

3. 9th Grade

4. 12th Grade

5. Data

6. Curriculum


Curriculum

  • Status Across America

  • Curriculum to Instruction


Curriculum

  • Right Content

  • Right Framework

  • Right Instruction


Rigor/Relevance Framework


Knowledge Taxonomy

1.Awareness

2.Comprehension

3.Application

4.Analysis

5.Synthesis

6.Evaluation


Application Model

1.Knowledge in one discipline

2. Application within discipline

3. Application across disciplines

4. Application to real-world predictable situations

5. Application to real-world unpredictable situations


6

5

4

3

2

1

Rigor/Relevance Framework

Knowledge

Application

1

2

3

4

5


Levels

Bloom’s

CD

AB

6

5

4

3

2

1 2 3 4 5

1

Application


Characteristics

  • Small Learning Communities

2. High Expectations

3. 9th Grade

4. 12th Grade

5. Data

6. Curriculum

7. Relationships / Reflective Thought


Guiding Principles

  • Responsibility

  • Contemplation

  • Initiative

  • Perseverance

  • Optimism

  • Courage

  • Respect

  • Compassion

  • Adaptability

  • Honesty

  • Trustworthiness

  • Loyalty


Curriculum

  • Rigor

  • Relevance

  • Relationships

  • Reflective Thought


Levels

Bloom’s

CD

AB

6

5

4

3

2

1 2 3 4 5

1

Application


Characteristics

2. High Expectations

  • Small Learning Communities

3. 9th Grade

4. 12th Grade

5. Data

6. Curriculum

7. Relationships / Reflective Thought

8. Professional Development


Characteristics

2. High Expectations

  • Small Learning Communities

3. 9th Grade

4. 12th Grade

5. Data

6. Curriculum

7. Relationships / Reflective Thought

8. Professional Development

9. Leadership


Leadership

  • Problem is more people than Technical

  • Not Charismatic

  • Entrepreneurialvs. Bureaucratic

  • Performance vs. Compliance

  • Department Chairs

  • Focus on Instruction


Rigor/Relevance - All


International Center for Leadership in Education, Inc.andSuccessful Practices Network

Phone (518) 399-2776

E-mailinfo@LeaderEd.com

www.LeaderEd.com


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