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  1. KAGAN Day 1 Training Welcome

  2. The Quiet SignalIn your Binder Turn D:5 (Book 1.11) • Raise hand (High 5 Please) • Focus Fully on Teacher (No talking/No Working) • Signal Others (3-5 secs) Let’s Test our Signal: Talk with your shoulder partner about what you ate last night for dinner

  3. Please use the Parking Lot for any questions you want answered.

  4. Round Table Group Norms • When the signal word is given, “Activate” write down norms that you think are important in order to learn • When the instructor says “Stop” put down your markers • When the signal word is given, starting with person number 1 share your ideas once done discuss as a group which is the most important • Person number 2 will write it down and share it with the group when the time is up

  5. TakeOff - TouchDown • Stand up if applies to you/Sit Down if it does not apply to you: • Years in Education: 5-6, 6-10, 11-15, 15-20, 20+ • Have you ever had any KAGAN training? • Taught in another state? • Vacation outside of the U.S. • Been a waiter or Waitress • Have children? • Have Pets? • Have had a job other than teaching?

  6. Goals of the WorkshopBinder A:2Book 1:10 Goal 1: Vision Cooperative Learning Vs. Group Work P.I.E.S

  7. Goals Continued Goal 2: Structures (Tool Box) To generate content + structure No special Prep Every 10 minutes Content Free Part of Every Lesson

  8. Goals Continued Goal 3: Brain Friendly Novelty: Variety of Structures

  9. Why Brain Friendly? • Nourishment: • Brain needs oxygen • Get up Heart Rate • Pump blood into brain • Safety: • Students feel safe in numbers. • Appreciated by Peers

  10. Objective of Day 1 • The participant will be able to walk away with 8 instructional tools/structures for active engagement to use immediately.

  11. Do you want students to be more engaged in your classroom?

  12. Team Discussion:How can you tell these students are engaged?

  13. Was Team Discussion a Cooperative Learning activity? • Rally Robin • Think Time: Look at the following picture. What are words that would describe the students in the picture? • When I say “Activate” work with your shoulder partner and list the words back and forth • Person “A” will start first

  14. How did engagement change? • How many students where engaged? • How did I get equal participation? Note: If it is cooperative learning there needs to be equal participation. If you want all to participate you have to structure the interaction.

  15. What Teachers Want! • Do you want more students to be engaged in class? • Do you want students to have high test scores? • Do you want students to improve their self esteem? • Do you want students to develop social skills?

  16. Book page 6:29

  17. Steps • Music will start • Stand up, Hand Up, Mix • Music will stop find a partner • No Drive By’s, No Tailgating, No Double Parking • High Five Greet Your Partner (Hello Friend!) • Rally Robin or Timed Pair Share • Praise • Parting (Farewell Friend) • Find a new partner when the music starts

  18. Turn in your Book to page 6:29

  19. Mix – Pair- Share Tips • Students mix around the room. • Add silently • Use whole Room • Music releases endorphins

  20. Mix – Pair- Share Tips • Teacher calls “Pair” (If no Music) • No Tailgating

  21. Mix – Pair- Share Tips • Students pair up with the person closest to them and give them a high five. Student who haven’t found a partner raise their hands to find each other. • Model “Drive By” • Beckon others if they have no group • Social Skill • Class job to find the person a partner

  22. Mix – Pair- Share Tips • Teacher asks a question and gives think time. • 3-5 seconds

  23. Mix – Pair- Share Tips • Students share with their partners using: • Timed Pair Share (Open Ended Responses) • Rally Robin (list)

  24. Steps • Music will start • Stand up, Hand Up, Mix • Music will stop find a partner • No Drive By’s, No Tailgating, No Double Parking • High Five Greet Your Partner (Hello Friend!) • Rally Robin or Timed Pair Share • Praise • Parting (Farewell Friend) • Find a new partner when the music starts

  25. Copycat Gambit • Teaches Appreciation • Works on Social Skills • “Gambit” = sentence starter • Copycat Gambit “Repeat what I say” • Thanks for sharing

  26. Timed Pair Share • Mix-Pair Share • Think about “What is your favorite simile and why?” • 30 Seconds • Partner with the longest hair goes first • Gambit • Switch Roles

  27. Group Work Vs. Cooperative Learning • P: • I • E Equal Participation • S How did I get equal participation? (% Talking) Equal Status Engaged

  28. Timed Pair Share • Mix-Pair Share • Think about “Explain the water cycle” • 30 Seconds • Tallest partner goes first • Gambit • Switch Roles

  29. Group Work Vs. Cooperative Learning • P • I Individual Accountability • E • S What happened when I asked the partner to remember what the other person said? Would you as a student pay closer attention just in case that happens?

  30. Importance of a Parting Gambit • Teaches a social skills • Farewell Friend • Adios Amigo

  31. What can Mix Pair Share be Used for? • Fun Questions • Content Look at the picture Use your think pad What Grade Level, Subject, and lesson might this be about? What could we use for this? Rally Robin or Timed Pair Share?

  32. Group Work Vs. Cooperative Learning • P Positive Interdependence • I • E • S Positive: Does one student doing well help other? (Feel on the same side) Interdependence: Can’t do it alone (Feel the need for each other

  33. Corners • When I say activate find the corner that best fits you. • Take a Dry Erase Board and Marker with you K - 1 2-3 4-5

  34. About YOU! • What you do in your free time • What college or university you went to • What is one nice thing to know about you? Timed Paired Share 1 Min.

  35. Complete the Sentence Gambit The most interesting thing I learned about you was…”

  36. Complete the Sentence Gambit I enjoyed hearing about…

  37. Group Work Vs. Cooperative Learning • P • I Individual Accountability • E • S Did you have to perform for someone else? Accoutable to? Student felt as if they could not hide.

  38. Pair Pair into Single Round Robin • Say to your partner “Don’t leave me.” • Music Plays Mix Up • Music stops find a pair to stand with • Single Round Robin • Introduce yourself starting with the person wearing the most buttons • When done say “Thank you for that great introduction” • With your new team find our new table and group

  39. Management Mat Practice • Raise your hand if you are number ____ • Bump shoulders with your shoulder partner • High 5 your face partner • If you are “A” give me a thumbs up/If you are “B” give me a thumbs sideways Rally Robin (Shoulder partner “Colors”) Round Robin (Person 3 start “Verbs”)

  40. Teambuilding • Who are a few of your favorite music groups? • What could happen if I did not give the students a structure to respond with?

  41. Think Write Round RobinBook 1.18 Binder B:64 • When I say “Activate” Turn in your binder to B:64 • Look at top • Do not write in boxes

  42. Personality • Choose one Shape that describes your personality and explain your choice • I chose a triangle • A triangle is one of the strongest shapes so I feel like I am a strong person mentally • A triangle has three sides and three is a good number • I like to fit in with people and a triangle fits into many other shapes

  43. Your Turn • You will have three minutes to decide what your shape is and write down you explanations • Once one we did the think and write now we will do a timed “Round Robin” • Each teammate will have 1 minute to share • You must take the full minute • Teammates may coach in case you cannot talk for the full time • Activate

  44. What does it all Mean?Dr. Ned HermannThe Creative Brain

  45. BREAK

  46. Round RobinBook 6.33 • Teacher poses a problem to which there are multiple possible responses or solutions, and provides think time. • Who’s the 1st president of the US? • Name the presidents of the US? 3-5 seconds

  47. Round Robin • Students take turns stating responses or solutions • Same amount of time • Example: Teacher says.. • 4 min for a team • 1st student 3 minutes 50 seconds • 2nd student 10 seconds • Is there a problem? =

  48. Round RobinTurn in your Binder to B:63

  49. Continuous Round Robin Your are the expert: Think about what you are teaching in the next two weeks Where can you use round robin? When I say activate start with person number 4 Number 3: Tell us one of your Academic ideas

  50. How to create a brain friendly environment. • Turn to page A:3 in the binder • Classbuilding • The process by which a group of individuals with different backgrounds and experiences become a caring community of active learners