Mission Impossible - NESA Oct 20
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rid school of textbooks in 12 months
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provide students with devices
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define your reasons as a school and community and link this with your strategic plan and mission
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ensure programs are supported by curricular documents-standards and benchmarks, etc.
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Weaning off textbooks: Convene a group consisting of members from each department, review curriculum expectations (how do we achieve our curriculum goals differently?), identify relevant resources (online and others), establish SMART goals to move towards completion and achieve success along the way, support teachers and admin with professional development. Use reflection along the way and refocus. Parent education and student involvement.
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consistently provide teacher training and sharing communities examining instructional strategies
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Examine what other schools have put into place
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Provide continuous communication between school and students and community
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Examine problem related resources and determine how they fit within your curriculum
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Allow teachers the ability to fail and take risks-as long as the link exists between instruction and curricular framework
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Create a bank of alternatives per
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involve students in process
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