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  1. Margaret Mead “Never let your expectations be limited by what you think is possible.” " Never doubt that a small group of citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.” Benjamin Bloom

  2. Time on Target Focus on Small Learning Communities through Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships Dr. Dick Jones Senior Consultant rdjleader@mac.com Dr. Kathy Weigel Senior Consultant nighthawk378@mac.com © International Center for Leadership in Education

  3. Day Overview • Strategies Resources • D- Moments • Personal Professional Learning • Team Planning • Team Planning and Reporting 3

  4. D-Moments

  5. Short strategies within a daily lesson to increase student thinking and application into Quadrant D of the R/R Framework. D-Moments

  6. Name Strategy Describe content/where used Describe the Procedures Suggestions for Special Education or ELL D-Moments

  7. D - Moments Short Strategies to Take Learning to Quadrant D • Original Ideas • Teaching Others • Current Events • Inquiry • Did You Know • Google It • How Did that Happen • Remind Me • Program Your Television • Can You see it Now? • Storytelling • Quiz Show • Future Think • Summarizing • Why Questions • Lego Land • At Your Service • Analyze It • Justify Your Position • Write to Learn

  8. Active Learning Strategies

  9. International Center for Leadership in Education Activity Student Needs and Wants

  10. Active Learning Strategies Less of More of • Worksheets • Demonstration • Lecture • Memorization • Video • Reteaching • Review • Test Prep • Projects • Movement • Role Playing • Writing • Technology • Collaboration • Challenging problems

  11. Teacher Questions page 25

  12. RR Resources page 27-29

  13. Strategies page 31-32

  14. Made to Stick by Chip and Dan Heath

  15. Six Principles • Simplicity • Unexpectedness • Concreteness • Credibility • Emotions • Stories

  16. Target for Instructional Leadership • Align with Priority Standards • Strive for Rigor, Relevance and Relationships • Focus on Literacy • Use “Begin with the end in mind” Planning • Personalize Instruction • Engage Students 41 © International Center for Leadership in Education