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  1. Putting New Knowledge to Work for Our Students The Standards Institute ELA II Grades P–12 Day 5 Winter 2018

  2. We know from experience the hard work teachers face every day as they strive to help their students meet the challenges set by higher standards. We are dedicated to empowering teachers by providing free, high-quality standards-aligned resources for the classroom, the opportunity for immersive training through our Institute, and the option of support through our website offerings. We are a team of current and former classroom teachers, curriculum writers, school leaders, and education experts who have worked in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

  3. The Week at a Glance

  4. At UnboundEd we ground our learning in the examination and intersection of the standards, content, aligned curriculum and the equitable instructional practices that are essential for closing the opportunity gaps caused by systematic racism and bias.

  5. We are Equity Literate when we have the… • Ability to recognize biases and inequities, including those that are subtle first in ourselves [and then in the systems we serve] • Ability to respond to biases, discrimination and inequities in a thoughtful and equitable manner • Ability to redress biases, discrimination and inequalities not only by responding to interpersonal bias, but also studying the ways in which bigger social change happens • Ability to cultivate and sustain bias-free, discrimination-free communities [in doing so creating equitable environments],which requires an understanding that doing so is a basic responsibility for everyone in a civil society

  6. Our Learning Community • How will you take your learning back? • And what will you take: • as a standards-based educator who ensures equity for all? • as a standards-based leader who pays the learning forward?

  7. Agenda • Integrate learning from the week into ongoing or new lesson-plan sequences or units. • Engage in check-ins with peers to praise and polish. • Accountability to self and students: maintaining momentum

  8. Objectives • Begin to integrate the week’s learnings into a unit or lesson sequence. • Develop an accountability plan to ensure that the work lives on past today.

  9. Recap of “Ah-ha” Moments • Monday: The Standards—Language, Equity, & Learners • Tuesday: Research to Stimulate Productive Curiosity, Deepen Knowledge & Language • Wednesday: Writing in the Era of High Standards • Thursday: Expert Packs to Develop Knowledge & Language

  10. Locus of Control Continuum Internal External • I can influence events and their outcomes. • There are forces beyond my control that prevent me from being successful in influencing events and outcomes.

  11. Choose Your Own Adventure and Track Your Work • By the end of the session today, my goal is… • My plan is to have this work completed by… • I would like to roll this out in the classroom/school/district in… SMART • Specific • Measurable • Attainable • Realistic • Time-Based

  12. Practice Round • Review • Read • Identify • Locate • Discuss • Plan • Share out

  13. Praise-Polish Protocol Guidelines: • 40 minutes working independently or with partners • 15 minutes sharing and discussing in table groups - What looks great - What needs polishing • 5 minutes whole group for questions Revisiting daily goals and setting a timeline for completion

  14. Revisiting and Polishing Goals • By the end of the session today, my goal is… • My plan is to have this work completed by… - How much more time will you need? - When will you do the work? • I would like to roll this out in the classroom/school/district in…

  15. Language, Equity, &LearnersReflect on the Shiftsfor ELLs specific to yourwork today. 15

  16. Lunch

  17. Revisiting and Polishing Goals • By the end of the session today, my goal is… • My plan is to have this work completed by… - How much more time will you need? - When will you do the work? • I would like to roll this out in the classroom/school/district in…

  18. Closing the Session: Plus/Delta What went well… Even better if….

  19. Thank you!