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  1. KAGAN Day 3Training Welcome

  2. Teacher Says “Red Robin” Response “Yum!”

  3. Fist Bump Praises • Turkey: Partner A is the body (Closed Fist) Partner B are the feathers (Open Hand) • Reindeer: Partner A are the antlers (Two Open Hands) Partner B is the head (Closed Fist) • Snail: Partner A is the body (Closed Fist) Partner B are the antenna (Two Fingers) • Snowman: Partner A is the Head and Bottom (Two Fists) Partner B is the Body (One Fist) • Jelly Fish: Partner A and B Fist bump and float away saying (BLOOP, BLOOP, BLOOP)

  4. Classbuilding • Know, accept and like each other • Feel a sense of belonging Teambuilding Feel sense of team identity, support, belonging

  5. Give One – Get One • Everyone will need a pencil to write with • As a group fill in the Give One column by coming to a consensus • When the Give One Column is done stand up as a group • When all groups are standing teacher gives a signal to Hand Up and Pair Up • Greet (Person with longest hair shares and the other person writes what they shared in the Get One Column) • Reverse Roles • Praise and Part to find a new person • If paper is filled stand on the perimeter of the room to act as a sage if anyone left needs help

  6. Give One – Get One Teambuilding • When time is called return to groups • Person 1 shares an idea • Continuous Round Robin (verbal)until the teacher says stop

  7. Reflection: Timed Round Robin (#3) • Think Time: “Which of the following academic functions would this structure work best for?” • Knowledge Building: • Facts and Information • Procedure Learning: • Skills and Procedures • Processing Information: • Make Meaning, Display Understanding, Digest Content • Thinking Skills: • Compare/Contrast, Brainstorm, Evaluate, Cause/Effect • Presenting Information: • Book Reports/Projects

  8. Do you know your Seven Keys? • Think Time: What are the Seven Key Concepts for KAGAN? • Signal: Write what you think they are and a short explanation of each • Stop • Signal: Rally Robin Say what you believe is one of the seven keys and a one sentence description of it. • Stop • Snowman

  9. TEAMS A:17 Homogeneous Forming Teams High High Medium Low Medium Low Every 6 Weeks Heterogeneous Student-Selected Random

  10. Classbuilding Fun = 1 time a week Content = as needed • Know, accept and like each other • Feel a sense of belonging

  11. Teambuilding At least 2 times a week E Z for All Feel sense of team identity, support, belonging

  12. Management Managing Noise: Quiet Signal Room Arrangement & Seating Managing Materials Giving Directions

  13. Social Skills • Roles and Gambits • Modeling • Reinforcement • Reflection and Planning • Practice

  14. PIES • Cooperative Learning • Follow the steps • Make sure PIES is in every structure

  15. Structures • A structure… • Organizes classroom instruction. • Implements PIES.

  16. When the music starts move stand up, push your chair in, put your hand up and move slowly around the room • When the music stops high five the closest person, greet them, and put your hands to your side • Timed Pair Share 30 seconds • The person wearing the most jewelry will go first • Person A shares for 30 seconds what they know about the 7 Key Concepts • Person B when time is up says “You really remembered a lot of information”

  17. PIES

  18. Academic Functions • Turn to page B:3 in your binder • Look at your assigned Academic Function • On your own write your own definition of what that academic function helps students acquire • Turn in your books to Chapter 6 page 24 • Use that page to list 3 structures that cover this academic function • Person 1 Knowledge Building • Person 2 Procedure Learning • Person 3 Processing Information • Person 4 Thinking Skills • If there is a person 5 Presenting Information

  19. One StrayTimed Round Table • When signal is given person 2 in each group will stand up • Each group will beckon for a new person number 2 to come to their group • Person 2 shares their Academic Function for 30 seconds • When signal is given person 4 in each group will stand up • Each group will beckon for a new person number 4 to come to their group • Person 4 shares their Academic Function for 30 seconds • Person 1 shares for 30 seconds • Person 3 shares for 30 seconds

  20. Processing One StrayBinder B:48 • New Teams are formed • Music will play and by the time it is done the following should be completed • New Team Members should be at new table • Everyone should be in the binder Section B page 48 • Social Skills: Acceptance • Ideas: Fact Checking (Any Content) • Management Tip: Make sure they go to a group they have not been in before • DI Hints: Color Code Students so that they end in a group they have not been in before

  21. TeambuildingRoundtable • Turn in your binder to B:72 • Person Number 3 take out this page for the whole group • Close Binders • Person number 1 will go first and ask if the group likes something that they like “Example: Do you all like ice cream?” • If everyone does person number one writes it in the center. If only two people like ice cream write it in the number 2 quadrant • Continue to go around by passing the paper to the next person until you hear stop • Ideas: Pets, Places to Visit, Objects, Animals

  22. Round Table • When the signal is given person number 1 will look at the things that the team has in common and write down three of those words as a suggestion for a team name • The team will pass around and fill in some team name suggestions until the teacher says stop • The team will then work as a group to do the following: • Come to a consensus on the best team name • A Team handshake or Action • Team Sound or Cheer

  23. What is the purpose of Teambuilding? At least 2 times a week Feel sense of team identity, support, belonging

  24. Silly Sport and Goofy Games Pretzel Unpretzel

  25. Team Competition • Person Number 4 will need a dry erase marker and a white board • Person Number 4 will start the competition and then pass to the next person • I will say a number • Example “36” Acceptable 30 + 6 No reverse facts • Person number 4 will record a way to make that number and then pass it to 1 • Person number 1 repeats with a new way to make that number and so on • When I stay stop whichever group has the most ways to make that number is the winner

  26. The Numbers are: 40 100

  27. Social SkillsBinder E:2 Teacher A : Discipline Problems/ Sitting in Rows Teacher C Win Win Discipline All Students

  28. Rationale for Social SkillsWhy are there fewer disruptions? • Go with BASIC NEEDS • Students want to talk and move • Traditional: Sit Down Be Quiet • Cooperative Learning • Provides Movements: Class Builders Energizers • Social interactions • Basic needs are met • Engagement Time • Engaged students don’t have time to be disruptive!

  29. Binder Section E page 5 • What Bothers you? • Fill in the page by yourself for two minutes • Timed Pair Share

  30. Social Skills Development (E3) • Roles and Gambits • Roles are the jobs • Gambits are what the students “Say” or “Do” • Modeling • Teacher and Student or Student to Student or Team • Reinforcement: Catch them being good • Reflections and Planning • Stop during structures to point out what is being done that you like • Structures and Structuring • Pick Structures with social skill in mind • Can add a Social Skill to any structure

  31. Inside Outside Circle • Teammates who are “A” will stand up behind their chairs • When signal is given form an inner circle facing outward • Teammates who are “B” will stand up behind their chairs • When signal is given they will form an outer circle facing a person in the inner circle • Teacher stands in the middle • Both circles will face the center to listen for directions

  32. Inside Outside Circle • Teacher will either ask a question or have pre-made question cards • Students will turn to each other, greet each other, and answer question • Format can be Quiz Quiz Trade, Timed Share, or Rally Robin • Student when done face center so the teacher knows all students are listening • Teacher gives direction on how many people to move • Process starts again

  33. d • Classbuilding: What are some fun things you like to do? (Rally Robin) • Knowledge Building: Quiz-Quiz Trade • Thinking Skills: What are some of the serious issues facing education today? (Timed Pair Share)

  34. Processing Inside Outside CircleBinder B:34 • Ideas: • Vocabulary (Any Content) • Social Skills: • Listening • Taking Turns • Management: • Make sure students face in when done • DI Hints: • Form smaller circles to differentiate the questions

  35. Jot ThoughtsUse when brainstorming! • Take a 3x5 card and fold it into fourths • Tear the paper on the folded lines • You should have 4 pieces of paper • Think Time: Think about facts that you know about Summer. What might it be like if it was summer all year round and the effects it might have on the earth? • Anyone can start. • Say an idea, write it down, and place it in the middle of the table • Continue until all the pieces of paper are gone • If done early categorize your thoughts

  36. Jot Thought • Example: Great Places to go on vacation • Class Example: What are things you find in your refrigerator? • Knowledge Building: What are some of the challenges that today’s youth will face in the future?

  37. Rally VariationsBinder B:55 • Rally Robin • List activities you can do in the cold or snow • Rally Table • Think of adverbs. Make a list • Rally coach • Simultaneous Rally Table • Think about spiders. Begin to list as many things you can about spiders

  38. Round Table VariationsB:71 • Single Round Table: 1 Paper 1 Pencil • What is a characteristic of a reptile? • Continuous Round Table 1 Paper 1 Pencil • Write and solve a multiplication fact you know • Simultaneous Round Table • Start a story out by saying “One day on my way to school…” • Ideas

  39. Model And Practice • Person 1: Timed RoundRobin • Person 2: Simultaneous RallyTable • Person 3: AllWriteRoundRobin • Person 4: Simultaneous RoundTable