Edgemont

http://www.customizedu.net/edgemont/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/TIEcl/

October 27, 2017

Edgemont Planning Team Document

Edgemont CL Planning Document

  • Review Work Plan

Sign-up to meet this afternoon

Grading Practices

Curriculum Redesign

Sample Math Report

Learner Agency

Edgemont CL Planning Document

  • Update Implementer tab (name/email)
  • Implementer tab: update courses
  • Reflection

 


August 30, 2017 6:30-8:00 pM

Structural Rebuild Meeting

Edgemont Folder

Edgemont CL Workplan

  • What do you plan to do this year? (what are you working on for this year?)
  • What does the planning team need to look at to make a plan for next year?

 

 

 

 

 


Professional Learning

March 24, 2017

Learner Agency

Learner Agency Resources

Math Standards Evolution

Mindsets

What is the difference between equality and equity?

What is the difference between equality and equity?

Higher Order Thinking

Webbs doc

Webbs Planning Chart

Joshua Schmidt

Subscription e-resources: direct access inside school and barcode/password access at home. Will bring barcode and password for your school
South Dakota State Library e-resources(complete listing)
Specific resources to look at today:
SIRS Discoverer (K-8+)
SIRS Issues Researcher (6-12+)

Free resources
CK12 (heavy math and science, adding others all the time) (K-12)
Gooru (varied lessons K12)
OpenEd (was all free; purchased by ACT, some premium)
Khan Academy (heavy math and science)
Learn Zillion (math and ELA) (elementary)
LiveBinders

Structural Rebuild

March 6

Link to shared folder

Report out on Gayville-Volin visit

Workplan (Using Workplan tab of the planning document.)

  • Develop Outcome Statements and Activities
  • Apply timelines and who's responsible
  • Data for monitoring and evaluating
  • Quality control

Professional Learning

January 13, 2017

Mindset

Growth Mindset: The Brain is Malleable

Ownership of Learning

4 Simple Ways to Let Students Drive Their Own Learning

Assessment

Webb Levels PDF

Planning Documents

Marking and Grading Practices

Seven Strategies for Assessment of Learning

Rubrics

Rick Wormli - Defining Mastery

Open Education Resources

 

November 7 - Structural Rebuild

Link to shared folder

Examine Teacher and Parent Presurvey Data

Reflection Process (Using process page from planning document, reflect individually first, then develop a team focus.)

  • What does this survey tell us that we didn't know already?
  • What implications does this have for professional development?

Levers discussion

  • How can we make sure our work goes beyond tweaking a structure and impacts instruction and student learning?

First look at Weight-bearing Wall barrier process

1) What could you do (different from current practice) if the barrier is no longer in the way?
2) Identify barriers that prevent you from doing this today.
3) What ways  could you reduce/eliminate barrier?

First for 9-Month School Year

Now choose two more from the WBW Home page and do the process twice. (May be in groups or one group, depending on planning team size.)

Workplan (Using Workplan tab of the planning document.)

  • Develop Outcome Statements and Activities
  • Apply timelines and who's responsible
  • Data for monitoring and evaluating
  • Quality control
What is the difference between equality and e

What is the difference between equality and e


October 28, 2016 - Face-to-Face with Staff

Logan LaPlante

Learner Agency

Learner Agency Handout

Mindsets

Mindset Quiz

 

Read:

Mindsets and Equitable Education

Discussion

IN what areas do you think we have a fixed mindset? or growth mindset?

Carol Dweck

Mindsets

In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits. They spend their time documenting their intelligence or talent instead of developing them. They also believe that talent alone creates success—without effort. They’re wrong.

In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment. Virtually all great people have had these qualities.

-from: mindsetonline.com/whatisit/about/

How Can Students Learn from Failure?

The Gift of Failure

Constructive Feedback and Re-Do's

Stories of Famous Failures

Famous Failures

 

Jeremiah

 

Sherry's Pinterest Board

https://www.pinterest.com/sherrycrofut/education-mindset/