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Shift Happens! creating classrooms for student centered teaching and learning. Summer Teaching & Learning Academy 2013 Day 2 General Session. When & where the shift may occur… the instructional core. Engaging Students in The Learning Process. Improved Student Achievement.

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shift happens creating classrooms for student centered teaching and learning

Shift Happens!creating classrooms for student centered teaching and learning

Summer Teaching & Learning Academy 2013

Day 2 General Session

when where the shift may occur the instructional core
When & where the shift may occur…the instructional core

Engaging Students in

The Learning Process

Improved

Student

Achievement

Providing Academically

Challenging Content

Improving Teachers’

Instructional Practice

why is a shift in planning and delivery necessary
Why is a shift in planning and delivery necessary?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orAldfp8LcI

Recall pre-assignment readings and videos:

Tony Wagner’s Seven Survival Skills for today’s world of work (2008)

Sir Ken Robinson’s call to mentor and stimulate natural curiosity, to facilitate learning (task vs. achievement; “teach” vs. “diet”

teachers vs educators which one do you strive to be
Teachers vs. educatorswhich one do you strive to be?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0fJKvdjQgs
  • “The real role of leadership is creating a climate of possibility.” -Sir Ken Robinson
preparing students for 21 st century careers citizenship
preparing students for 21st century careers & citizenship

Let’s explore what the shift looks like in terms of our practicein schools PK-12.

past and present students
past… and… present…Students
  • Answered questions
  • Memorized
  • Listened & recited
  • Worked individually
  • Followed teachers’ lead
  • Maintained consistency

Tony Wagner, 2008

  • Ask good questions
  • Think critically, problem solve, access & analyze
  • Discuss, engage others
  • Work in a team, collaborate
  • Lead, take initiative
  • Act on curiosity & imagination
meet phillip c schlechty
Meet Phillip C. Schlechty
  • “When students are engaged, they are related to the tasks they are involved with in a different way than when they are strategically or ritually compliant.”
schlechty on commitment to task
Schlechty on commitment to task

“Among other things, the relationship between these students and their work is generally unconditional. They are committed to the task, and the commitment is not contingent on the presence of rewards that are extrinsic to the work or the threat of punishment or negative sanctions.”

a bold idea the focus on engaging students overrides the focus on test scores
A bold idea…The focus on engaging students overrides the focus on test scores.

Framework advocated:

-Well articulated curriculum standards

-Schools as a platform for learning

-Teachers as leaders & designers of

engaging, meaningful work

-Students become responsible for

their learning

schlechty says
Schlechty says…

“Students should be viewed as customers for the work designed by teachers.”

What do you find appealing about this idea?

What makes this idea challenging?

nancy biegel nms candi conner mes colleen kean ces michelle conklin mes
Nancy Biegel, NMSCandi conner, MESColleen Kean, CESMichelle Conklin, MES

Edmodo,

Class Blog, Little Bird Tales, Timetoast, 10 Marks Online Tutoring

table topics
Table Topics
  • Empowering Students- Students Accept Responsibility for Learning
  • Putting Students to Work-Instructional Strategies
  • Student Centered Assessment
  • Classroom Design for Student Centered Learning
  • The Teacher’s Role
exit pass

EXIT pass

Rationale for exits slips, passes

Share comments on your exit pass with your school group during group work time this afternoon.

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