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Student Culture. Julie Jackson & Paul Bambrick-Santoyo Edited by Kelli Marshall and Cory Graham. Do Now: 7 minutes. What is your vision for student culture? What to Do (Directions ): 1. Get into your school leader groups. 2. Draw an illustration of your vision for student culture?.

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    1. Student Culture Julie Jackson & Paul Bambrick-Santoyo Edited by Kelli Marshall and Cory Graham

    2. Do Now: 7 minutes What is your vision for student culture? What to Do (Directions): 1. Get into your school leader groups. 2. Draw an illustration of your vision for student culture?

    3. “A great student culture is one in which the human actions and interactions are deliberately reflective of core values of joyful learning and rigor.” --Katie Yezzi, Principal, Uncommon Schools-True North “When we discuss school culture, we are talking about everything about schooling, outside of the classroom.” -Marcus Robinson, C.E.O. & Chancellor, EdPower

    4. What is the determining factor? • http://landing.newsinc.com/shared/video.html?freewheel=91057&sitesection=wxin_news&VID=24936446 • http://www.tindleycollegiate.org/student-life/college-or-die/

    5. Workshop Objectives: • Identify and apply the 5 keys to effective student culture • Identify key systems that create and positively impact student culture • Create minute by minute plans based on their vision of student culture • Create/Revamp SOP for School(s) Culture Systems

    6. Case Study Blue Hill Elementary School

    7. Case Study—Blue Hill Elementary School: • Read and Take Notes (5-7 min) • Discuss Questions • Identify Pain Points and Record • Identify Fixes and Record

    8. Case Study—Blue Hill Elementary School: What is your big takeaway?

    9. Student Culture in Action Video Stacey Shells: Morning Routine

    10. Stacey’s Vision: To create a learning environment that is both rigorous and joyful, and that utilizes every minute of the day as a learning opportunity

    11. Five Keys to Effective Student Culture: • Establish a vision • Identify key systems needed • Turn vision into minute-by-minute systems • Practice • Monitor and Maintain

    12. Five Keys to Effective Student Culture: • Establish a vision • Identify key systems needed • Turn vision into minute-by-minute systems • Practice • Monitor and Maintain

    13. Step 1—Establish a Vision: School leader must: • Ask, “What do I want students and adults doing in my school?” Your turn: • What is your vision for your student culture? • Get into you school leader group and write your vision • Record your notes!

    14. Five Keys to Effective Student Culture: • Establish a vision • Identify key systems needed • Turn vision into minute-by-minute systems • Practice • Monitor and Maintain

    15. Step 2—Identify the Systems: School leader must: • Identify school-wide systems that are needed in order to make the big vision into a day-to-day reality Your turn: • Work with a partner • What school-wide systems will you need in order to turn your vision into a reality? • Record your notes!

    16. The Eight Systems That Create Great Student Culture: • Arrival • Breakfast • Morning Meeting/Circle • Transitions • Lunch • Dismissal • Celebrating Learning • Discipline

    17. Five Keys to Effective Student Culture: • Establish a vision • Identify key systems needed • Turn vision into minute-by-minute systems (School Scripts) • Practice • Monitor and Maintain

    18. Ray’s vision… …was well-planned

    19. Some have a vision… …but are still working on their plan

    20. Steps for Strengthening School CultureStep 1: Identify the problemStep 2: Write the vision and the minute by minute systemStep 3: Practice/RehearseStep 4: Monitor and Maintain

    21. Minute-by-Minute Systems School leader must: • Build the minute-by-minute routines that will make the vision a reality (e.g., Morning Arrival) Your turn: • Work with your school team • Write/ Reflect upon your system for morning arrival (10-15 min) • Record your notes on the system planning template Don’t forget to plan the practice and rehearsal

    22. System Planning Activity Each team will now have 5 minutes to present their morning arrival system plan • Present Your System Plan • Ask Clarifying Questions • Give Feedback • Presenting School Team responds to feedback/takes notes

    23. Reflection: • What are some of your “aha” moments? • What impact does this system (morning arrival)have on student culture?

    24. Minute-by-Minute Systems Your turn: • Work with your School Team • Write a minute-by-minute system for Morning Arrival (15 min)

    25. Five Keys to Effective Student Culture: • Establish a vision • Identify key systems needed • Turn vision into minute-by-minute systems • Practice • Monitor and Maintain Why is it important to practice/ rehearse? What must a school leader do to ensure effective practice?

    26. Practice Perfect School leader must: • Invest teachers • Give multiple opportunities to practice and rehearse before executing with students • Write a minute-by-minute plan • Practice in small chunks, give feedback, revise, and practice again and again!

    27. Practice with Adults Video #27 North Star Academy Elementary School

    28. Thoughts?

    29. Practice with Adults Video #28 North Star Academy Elementary School

    30. Thoughts?

    31. Practice-to-Implementation No matter the system… • Practice with adults--prior to launch • Implement with students--Day 1 • Set a measurable goal for the system to become a routine (shouldn’t exceed two weeks…and that may be stretching it) “Culture before Curriculum”

    32. Five Keys to Effective Student Culture: • Establish a vision • Identify key systems needed • Turn vision into minute-by-minute systems • Practice • Monitor and Maintain What gets monitored gets done.

    33. Monitor and Maintain School leader must: • MONITOR and MAINTAIN essential systems by evaluating progress with a measurable tool and scheduling time to OBSERVE Your Turn: • Discuss with a partner • As a school leader, how will you monitor and maintain student culture?

    34. Tools for Monitoring and Maintaining Student Culture: • School Culture Rubric • Leader’s Schedule • Other ???

    35. Workshop Objectives: • Identify and apply the 5 keys to effective student culture • Identify key systems that create and positively impact student culture • Create minute by minute plans based on their vision of student culture • Create/Revamp SOP for School(s) Culture Systems

    36. Self-Reflection: What are your key takeaways?

    37. “Your school is a reflection of you.” --Dave Levin, KIPP Co-Founderand Superintendent, KIPP New York