Community Conversations Themes and Ongoing Activities
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OVERARCHING VALUES AND THEMES - CAN BE USED WELL INTO THE FUTURE
INITIATIVE-SPECIFIC THEMES - FOR KEY AREAS OF FOCUS RIGHT NOW
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CORE VALUES
OVERARCHING THEMES
STUDENT VOICE
PERSONALIZED LEARNING
21st CENTURY SKILLS
PROFICIENCY BASED LEARNING
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# of boxes checkedHigh quality, dedicated teachersImportance of communityStudent-driven, personalized learningReal world, relevant learningBalanced use of technologyTrusting student/teacher relationshipsSmall size/scale of our schoolsLearning should be project-based, and have real-world connectionsBuild/ sustain connections with the communityBe flexible as system with scheduling and other structuresProvide professional development to staffImprove communicationAppetite for/ interest in Transformational change BUT concerns about making sure it is done wellStudent voice mattersCreate culture, build processes for increased student voiceEnsure broad representation of voicesTrain staff to support student voiceClear, open communicationWide range of learning opportunities for all, provide equitable accessSupport school/community partnership, build resourcesClear communication to define optionsThink flexibly about time (schedule, etc)Provide professional development to staff for their changing role as “mentor”Build accountability, keep standards highDevelop shared understanding of what 21st Century Skills areDevelop self-advocacy skills for students, encourage student voiceFocus on social-emotional skillsModify teaching strategies to include group projects, project-based learning, use of appropriate technologyEncourage innovation and creativityProvide professional development to staff and support to align with these outcomesBuild understanding with staff and communityThink about schedule and other ways to maximize accessSupport teachers in their role as advisors, mentors, guidanceMake sure students are supported in succeeding in this model
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Equity training for faculty and staff 1 + 28xxxxxxxx
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Enhanced open house- FALL 20151x
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community survey (Spring 2015)1x
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Community Conversations/Study Circles1x
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Orientation in the classroom1x
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Socrates cafe in spring 2016 led by students - What does it mean to be an educated person?3xxx
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Coffees with the principal2xx
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Student and Teacher Facilitator Training7xxxxxxx
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Most Likely to Succeed movie discussions5xxxxx
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Celebration and 2nd showing of Most Likely to Succeed5xxxxx
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Parent Forum on Proficiency Based Grading Changes6xxxxxx
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Creation of ELO time block in the schedule7xxxxxxx
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Increased role of TA1x
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Formation of WWSU LTEE (Leadership Team that includes teacher across SU)16xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Rowland fellow work 20167xxxxxxx
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Video Vignettes created about Comm. Conversations7xxxxxxx
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Harwood leadership e-mail Communication about transgender access and pronoun preference support in classes2xx
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Spring forum on Proficiency Based learning for incoming 9th grade parents2xx
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Powerschool training for how to read proficiency based grades for your child2xx
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PBL Mental model distribution "Journey to Denver"2xx
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