Teaching and Learning Forum #2 Academic February 2018

Teaching and Learning Forum #2 Academic February 2018

Teaching and Learning Forum #2 Academic February 2018 THINKING ABOUT THE TYPE OF STUDENT WE ARE TRYING TO DEVELOP DISCUSSION AND SHARING ACTIVITY HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE STL AS A PLACE OF LEARNING? WHAT TYPE OF STUDENTS ARE WE DEVELOPING RIGHT NOW?

HOW DO WE MEASURE STUDENT LEARNING SUCCESS? HOW WOULD YOU BEST DESCRIBE THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER AT STL? What Kinds of Learners Are We Seeking to Develop? TEACHER GOALS TO CREATE SAFE,

INSPIRING & CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTS IN WHICH ALL STUDENTS ARE EMPOWERED TO LEARN TEACHER GOALS TO NURTURE IN ALL STUDENTS THE

MINDSETS & DISPOSITIONS THAT WILL EMPOWER EACH TO LEARN AND GROW TEACHER GOALS USE HIGH QUALITY, INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGIES AND TECHNOLOGIES TO CREATE

HIGH QUALITY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES AND ENVIRONMENTS THAT EMPOWER ALL STUDENTS TO LEARN ACADEMIC PRIORITIES 2018 DEVELOP CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING AND THINKING DEVELOP

STUDENT AGENCY AND SELF-MANAGEMENT DEVELOP A GROWTH MINDSET IMPLEMENTATION THREE KEY STRATEGIES DESIGN EMPOWERING LIFEWORTHY CURRICULUM DESIGN EMPOWERING THINKING AND LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL STUDENTS

DESIGN EMPOWERING LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS MEASURING SUCCESS HOW DO WE KNOW THAT WE ARE EMPOWERING ALL STUDENTS TO LEARN AND GROW IN OUR CLASSROOMS? FEEDBACK THAT PUSHES STUDENT LEARNING

FORWARD REFLECT ON STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES OBSERVE AND ANALYSE STUDENT LEANING OUTCOMES INCLUDING FORMATIVE OBSERVATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS AS WELL AS TRACK ONE DATA

FEEDBACK THAT PUSHES STUDENT LEARNING FORWARD REFLECT ON OUR OWN PERFORMANCE AGAINST NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS AND QUALITY TEACHING STANDARDS FEEDBACK THAT PUSHES STUDENT LEARNING FORWARD

REFLECT ON FEEDBACK FROM HOLs CLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS USING QUALITY TEACHING STANDARDS AND FEEDBACK CONVERSATIONS FEEDBACK THAT PUSHES STUDENT LEARNING FORWARD

REFLECT ON FEEDBACK FROM STUDENTS TRIPOD STUDENT VOICE SURVEY AND FEEDBACK INTERNAL PL MODEL TRIAD ACTION LEARNING CYCLE INTERNAL PL MODEL TRIAD ACTION LEARNING CYCLE

ACTION LEARNING CYCLE REFLECT ON DATA (STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES AND TRACKONE DATA) IDENTIFY GOAL (TEACHING / LEARNING PROBLEM) RESEARCH IDENTIFY NEW STRATEGY (SELECT AND INTRODUCE) OBSERVE STRATEGY

(IN ACTION) GATHER EVIDENCE OF STUDENT LEARNING (STUDENT LEARNING OUTOMES) RECEIVE FEEDBACK FROM COLLEAGUES (LADDER OF FEEDBACK) ADJUST PRACTICE Ladder of Feedback

WHERE TO FIND RESOURCES TEACHER PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PAGE TRIADS PAGE Staff TRIADs from 2017 1. Lauren Binge and Jane Harrison: Science 2. Liz Bawden and Emily Wassink: ELC Selecting and Trying New Learning Strategies

Project Zero: Making Thinking Visible https:// vimeo.com/10800055 3 Feedback: Building Excellence in Student Work Austins Butterfly https://

vimeo.com/38247060 Building Collaborative Culture in Classrooms: https://eleducation.org/r esources/collaborative-cu lture-group-work Models of Excellence: Economics Illustrated http:// modelsofexcellence.eleduca

tion.org/resources/economic s-illustrated-illuminating-sta ndards-video Develop Executive Functioning and Memory Skills:+1 Thinking Routine Notetaking https:// www.youtube.com/wat ch?time_continue=17&

v=OPKtpXSj7C0 TRIAD PLANNER FOR 2018 2018 FOCUS less on what we want to explore and more on what the evidence is suggesting we need to explore and implement. Link to TRIAD Planner for 2018 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1VxDIBRtH

LMW-RJfhccrNsPzDir04P9afJdTlnc_AqQ/edit Due to be submitted online: FRIDAY March 9 TRIADS: WHERE TO NEXT? Between now and Friday March 9 some thinking to do: Collect and analyse a range of student learning data. What is the story behind the data? What does it highlight about the learning of the students involved? What are the implications for you as the teacher? Determine one or more targeted teaching strategies that you will implement to address the student learning problem.

Complete the TRIAD planner for 2018. Professional Learning Administration Staff: 2 school days out of classes for PL purposes each year (make considered choices that align with your developmental needs and the college goals) No more than 4 staff out at PL events on any given school day (plan ahead) Annual Conferences need to be equitably shared among staff on a 2/3 year cycle - including those who present at conferences

Professional Learning Administration PL Application and Approval Process All PL requests need to be approved by HOLs/Program Coordinators prior to submitting an online request (discussion with the appropriate person) Apply online through STL Link Staff Services Submit a PL request Registration (Once approved by the Daily Organiser and DoTPL) staff can then register themselves and pay at the point of registration:

If you pay using your personal credit card this will be reimbursed within 5 working days of the college receiving the receipt of payment If you do not wish to pay using your personal credit card, you can use the college credit card held in the finance office. Professional Learning Administration TRAVEL and ACCOMMODATION If the external PL event involves travel (interstate or overseas) and accommodation, Dorothy Forbes needs to be contacted by email, phone or in person to make appropriate arrangements that are mutually agreeable

TAXIS The college supports cab travel for those travelling interstate and overseas at the point of destination to the accommodation and back.

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