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Creating Culturally Responsive Systems. A Continuous Process of Inquiry, Action, and Assessment. Introductions. Facilitator and Sponsors. Introductions. National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems www.NCCRESt.org. Introductions. Leadership Academies. Introductions.

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creating culturally responsive systems

Creating Culturally Responsive Systems

A Continuous Process of Inquiry, Action, and Assessment

introductions
Introductions

Facilitator and Sponsors

introductions1
Introductions

National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems

www.NCCRESt.org

introductions2
Introductions

Leadership Academies

introductions3
Introductions

Participants

agenda
Agenda

Academy Overview 10 minutes

Educational Systems 10 minutes

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools 30 minutes

Practices, People, and Policies 15 minutes

Activity: System Level Policy Implications 20 minutes

Systemic Change 15 minutes

Activity: Back to the Future 25 minutes

Break 10 minutes

Planning Change 20 minutes

Activity: Planned Change Process 30 minutes

PATH Process 15 minutes

Activity: PATH Process 15 minutes

Outcomes Review 10 minutes

Things to Remember 5 minutes

Question Times at End of Each Lecturette 5 minutes

Total 4:15

outcomes
Outcomes

Following this academy, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the influences of people, policies, and practices on educational systems.
  • Invest in people, policies, and practices to bring about systemic change.
  • Use a systematic process for implementing effective educational change.
what are culturally responsive educational systems
Every student benefits academically, socioculturally & linguistically What are Culturally Responsive Educational Systems?

When culture, language, heritage, and experiences of students and families are (1) valued; (2) used to facilitate learning and development; and (3) granted access to high quality teachers, programs, curricula, and resources is available to every student.

Ethics of care, respect, and responsibility are evident for all students from all cultural and linguistic backgrounds

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Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

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25 minutes

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

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20 minutes

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

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15 minutes

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

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10 minutes

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

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5 minutes

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

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2 minutes

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

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1 minute

Activity: Culturally Responsive Schools

Materials: Chart paper, markers, tape, sticky-notes

Time limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Introduce and post goals of culturally responsive schools. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Brainstorm evidence that would indicate school systems are focusing on a chosen goal. Choose one for posting. (5 minutes)

Part 3: Pair/share. (5 minutes)

Part 4: Goal groups.(10 minutes)

how do people and their roles influence culturally responsive outcomes
How do People and Their Roles Influence Culturally Responsive Outcomes?

Administrators

Teachers

Families

Students

Communities

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Activity: System Level Policy Implications

Materials: Culturally Responsive Practices

Time Limit: 15 minutes

Part 1: Choose a topic and goal of a culturally responsive school. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Create systemic policies. (10 minutes)

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15 minutes

Activity: System Level Policy Implications

Materials: System Level Policy Implications

Time Limit: 15 minutes

Part 1: Choose a topic and goal of a culturally responsive school. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Create systemic policies. (10 minutes)

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10 minutes

Activity: System Level Policy Implications

Materials: System Level Policy Implications

Time Limit: 15 minutes

Part 1: Choose a topic and goal of a culturally responsive school. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Create systemic policies. (10 minutes)

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5 minutes

Activity: System Level Policy Implications

Materials: System Level Policy Implications

Time Limit: 15 minutes

Part 1: Choose a topic and goal of a culturally responsive school. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Create systemic policies. (10 minutes)

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2 minutes

Activity: System Level Policy Implications

Materials: System Level Policy Implications

Time Limit: 15 minutes

Part 1: Choose a topic and goal of a culturally responsive school. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Create systemic policies. (10 minutes)

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1 minute

Activity: System Level Policy Implications

Materials: System Level Policy Implications

Time Limit: 15 minutes

Part 1: Choose a topic and goal of a culturally responsive school. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Create systemic policies. (10 minutes)

what is systemic change
What is Systemic Change?
  • SimultaneousRenewal in Multiple Levels of the System
changing the vision
Changing the Vision…

“Eliminating disproportionality is an adult issue.” (Joseph Olchefske, Superintendent of Seattle Schools)

“We must change the way we think about ability, competence and success and encourage schools to redefine support so that the need to sort children is reduced.”

(Testimony before the President’s Commission, 2002)

investing in people

Administrators

Teachers

Families

Students

Communities

Investing in People
  • Presence
  • Participation
  • Emancipation
examining practice
Examining Practice
  • Discourse
  • Tools
  • Evidence
  • Collaboration
changing policies

Federal

State

District

School

Changing Policies
  • Educate
  • Inform
  • Equitable
  • Emancipate
  • Create Access
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Activity: Back to the Future

Materials: Vignettes

Time Limit: 20 minutes

Part 1: Read vignettes. (10 minutes)

Part 2: Identify the areas for improvement and how an intervention could alter the outcome. (10 minutes)

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20 minutes

Activity: Back to the Future

Materials: Vignettes

Time Limit: 20 minutes

Part 1: Read vignettes. (10 minutes)

Part 2: Identify the areas for improvement and how an intervention could alter the outcome. (10 minutes)

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15 minutes

Activity: Back to the Future

Materials: Vignettes

Time Limit: 20 minutes

Part 1: Read vignettes. (10 minutes)

Part 2: Identify the areas for improvement and how an intervention could alter the outcome. (10 minutes)

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10 minutes

Activity: Back to the Future

Materials: Vignettes

Time Limit: 20 minutes

Part 1: Read vignettes. (10 minutes)

Part 2: Identify the areas for improvement and how an intervention could alter the outcome. (10 minutes)

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5 minutes

Activity: Back to the Future

Materials: Vignettes

Time Limit: 20 minutes

Part 1: Read vignettes. (10 minutes)

Part 2: Identify the areas for improvement and how an intervention could alter the outcome. (10 minutes)

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2 minutes

Activity: Back to the Future

Materials: Vignettes

Time Limit: 20 minutes

Part 1: Read vignettes. (10 minutes)

Part 2: Identify the areas for improvement and how an intervention could alter the outcome. (10 minutes)

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1 minute

Activity: Back to the Future

Materials: Vignettes

Time Limit: 20 minutes

Part 1: Read vignettes. (10 minutes)

Part 2: Identify the areas for improvement and how an intervention could alter the outcome. (10 minutes)

step 1 exploring
Step 1: Exploring

In the Exploring phase, focus on the people involved in the change. Identify stakeholders, and provide a clear vision of the change effort.

step 2 assessment and planning
Step 2: Assessment and Planning

In the Planning phase, gather data to help you plan and modify the change effort.

step 3 commitment building
Step 3: Commitment Building:

In the Commitment Building phase, clarify the roles of each change agent. Empower them by involving change agents in the design and implementation of the change program.

step 4 implementing change
Step 4: Implementing Change

In the Implementation phase, equip the change agents with strategies to effectively manage resistance to the change effort. Monitor the success of the change process, and motivate change agents to remain focused on the vision.

step 5 integrating change
Step 5: Integrating Change

In the Integration phase, ensure the change is supported by aligning policies, resources, and support services. Report developments in the progress of the change effort, and celebrate success with all involved.

step 6 assessing progress
Step 6: Assessing Progress

Evaluate the change process and learn from your experiences during the Assessment phase. As you evaluate the change process, ask yourself which strategies have worked well and which should be modified.

step 7 growing
Step 7: Growing

Envision the future of your change effort. How can you ensure the change will be maintained?

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Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

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30 minutes

Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

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20 minutes

Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

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15 minutes

Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

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10 minutes

Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

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5 minutes

Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

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2 minutes

Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

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1 minute

Activity: Planned Change Process

Materials: Character Education Hot Topic, Change Management Checklist, Planned Change Process handout, Planned Change Process Example handout, chart paper, markers, tape

Time Limit: 25 minutes

Part 1: Read Character Education Hot Topic (5 minutes)

Part 2: Plan change in expert teams (10 minutes)

Part 3: Group change process (10 minutes)

path planning process
PATH Planning Process

Planning for Alternative Tomorrows with Hope (PATH) is a process for planning for the future. Begin with the end in mind.

© 2004 NCCRESt www.NCCRESt.org

dream big
Dream Big!

PATH Step 1: Dream BIG! If everything goes as planned, what will the outcome be? Describe the outcome, and keep it as the vision you are working towards as you work through the challenges and opportunities inherent in any change process.

what change needs to happen
What Change Needs to Happen?

Step 2: What Change Needs to Happen?

  • Brainstorm ideas about the types of changes that must occur to achieve your vision.
  • After identifying some potential changes, ask the following questions about each idea, to narrow the focus of the change effort.
who do we enlist
Who Do We Enlist?

Step 3: Who Do We Enlist?

  • It is important to identify and explore opportunities for collaboration, to build a common language, and to create a collaborative atmosphere to support change.
  • Who, in your school, should be involved in the conversation and implementation of change?
  • Are other people or organizations working on the same issue?
  • Are you aware of other organizations that should be involved in implementing this change?
what resources do we need
What Resources Do We Need?

Step 4: What Resources Do We Need?

  • Resources might include material, supplies, financial support, personnel, time, organizational support, and access to people.
  • What resources does our team bring to the table?
  • What resources must the school supply?
  • Are there other places/ways to get the resources we need?
  • Are the resources we identify connected to other initiatives?
  • Can we expand our resources through collaboration?
planning next steps
Planning Next Steps

Step Five: Planning Next Steps

  • Next week.
  • In three months.
  • In six months.
  • Identify specific tasks or activities that need to happen over the next week, three months, and six months.
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Activity: PATH Process

Materials: PATH Process handout, PATH Process example

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: PATH team practice (10 minutes)

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10 minutes

Activity: PATH Process

Materials: PATH Process handout, PATH Process example

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: PATH team practice (10 minutes)

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5 minutes

Activity: PATH Process

Materials: PATH Process handout, PATH Process example

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: PATH team practice (10 minutes)

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2 minutes

Activity: PATH Process

Materials: PATH Process handout, PATH Process example

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: PATH team practice (10 minutes)

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1 minute

Activity: PATH Process

Materials: PATH Process handout, PATH Process example

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: PATH team practice (10 minutes)

things to remember
Things to Remember
  • Stay aware of the multiple ways in which educational systems are impacted; and familiarize yourself with the depth of influence by people, practices, and policies.
  • Use a systematic process to keep your change running smoothly.
outcomes review
Outcomes Review

Activity: Outcomes Review

Materials: Outcomes Review

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: Complete your chosen outcome and talk with your small group about what you’ve learned. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Share your ideas with the whole group. (5 minutes)

outcomes review1

10 minutes

Outcomes Review

Activity: Outcomes Review

Materials: Outcomes Review

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: Complete your chosen outcome and talk with your small group about what you’ve learned. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Share your ideas with the whole group. (5 minutes)

outcomes review2

5 minutes

Outcomes Review

Activity: Outcomes Review

Materials: Outcomes Review

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: Complete your chosen outcome and talk with your small group about what you’ve learned. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Share your ideas with the whole group. (5 minutes)

outcomes review3

2 minutes

Outcomes Review

Activity: Outcomes Review

Materials: Outcomes Review

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: Complete your chosen outcome and talk with your small group about what you’ve learned. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Share your ideas with the whole group. (5 minutes)

outcomes review4

1 minute

Outcomes Review

Activity: Outcomes Review

Materials: Outcomes Review

Time Limit: 10 minutes

Part 1: Complete your chosen outcome and talk with your small group about what you’ve learned. (5 minutes)

Part 2: Share your ideas with the whole group. (5 minutes)

thank you
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