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Investment. Teaching Style. Keep in mind your teaching style. Academic Impact Model Handout 1. Investment. 3 Basic Investor Profiles. Showman Relationship Builder Tough-Love. Academic Impact Model in Action Handout 2. Destructive Apathetic or Unruly Compliant and on-task

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  1. Investment

  2. Teaching Style • Keep in mind your teaching style

  3. Academic Impact ModelHandout 1 Investment

  4. 3 Basic Investor Profiles • Showman • Relationship Builder • Tough-Love

  5. Academic Impact Model in ActionHandout 2 • Destructive • Apathetic or Unruly • Compliant and on-task • Interested and hard-working • Passionate, urgent, and joyful

  6. Key Idea 1 • When a teacher invests students they are: • Passionate • Urgent • Joyful • Caring • On a mission to achieve

  7. Key Idea 2 • To have a life changing impact on students they must feel: • Invested • Empowered

  8. Key Idea 3 • Investing students: • Is challenging • Takes time • Significantly impacts their life

  9. Power of Investment

  10. Power of Investment

  11. Power of Investment

  12. Power of Investment

  13. Power of Investment

  14. Key Idea 4 • To truly invest students, you must: • Build relationships with students • Leverage tracking information • Communicate with students’ families • Strategically plan and execute strategies to build investment

  15. Expectations • Visual tracking system • Records of student achievement • Daily lesson planning binder • Presentation of student achievement data at end of semester

  16. Considerations • To protect student privacy use: • Identifying numbers • Initials • Student created objects only they can identify (i.e. color coded rocket ships) • Avoid using student names on visual tracking systems

  17. Closing and Next Steps "I've come to the frightening conclusion that I am the decisive element in the classroom. It's my daily mood that makes the weather. As a teacher, I possess a tremendous power to make a child's life miserable or joyous. I can be a tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration. I can humiliate or humor, hurt or heal. In all situations, it is my response that decides whether a crisis will be escalated or de-escalated and a child humanized or de-humanized." Dr. Hiam Ginott

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