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Session 7: Coaching Mindset

June 2nd and 3rd

Time

Outcome

Learning Activity

4:30

Self Assessment


Opening Activities - complete #1, then the other activities in any order.


  1. Complete the GAFE Survey independently. This is a required activity.

  2. If you did not view the videos last week, view these videos of Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classrooms in preparation for tonight’s workshop content:

    1. The Learner-Active Classroom

    2. Teacher’s Perspective

    3. Highly Effective Classroom Strategies

  3. Review the Workshop Rubric and your personal Facilitation Grid, noting areas of personal focus for tonight.  

  4. Move any new materials you’ve created and would like to share into your school’s shared Team Folder.


Be prepared to share a technology-infused activity you’ve tried and found successful in your classroom or in your training of colleagues.  Which mindset(s) did it reflect? (Transformative, Collaborative, Monitoring, Inclusion, or Engagement)

4:50

Collaboration

Whole-Group Activity:  Speed Networking!

5:00

Planning

Small-Group Activity:  Tech Leader Planning

5:30

Coaching

Benchmark Lesson: The Coaching Mindset

5:40

Collaboration

Whole-Group Activity: Tech PD Plan Gallery Walk

6:00 -

6:30

Group Planning and/or Personal Learning

NOTE: If you did not complete the required GAFE Survey at the start of tonight’s workshop, please complete that first.


Then, select one of the following activities as your focus area for this time, based upon your individual need:


  • Tech Leader Timeline - plan an outline for your school’s PD for the fall

  • Individual Work on Apps - continue your own personal learning with the apps you wanted more time to use from any of the sessions

  • Technology Infusion Ideas - explore ideas for your colleagues and for your own classroom

6:30

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7:10

Authentic Learning Units (ALU)

Benchmark Lesson: Game Changer

Benchmark Activity: ALU Task & Rubric Analysis:


See the sample units attached to this page below the schedule (scroll down to bottom).

  • ELA Sample - Freedom To or Freedom From

  • Math Sample - Ski Indoors

  • Social Studies Sample - Immigration: The American Way

  • Science Sample - Where Does the Waste Go


If you are ready, begin to create your first ALU, using Chapter 2 of Students Taking Charge as your guide for designing a compelling task statement for one of your units of study.

7:10

- 7:30






Looking Toward Summer Training

The following are Required Activities. Complete them in any order.



(*You can view the video Dr. Sulla references in her message to you here.)


If time allows, read chapter one of Students Taking Charge for a descriptive look into a Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom or continue with developing your own task statement for one of your units of study, referencing chapter two.

7:30

Vision

Benchmark Activity: A Glimpse Into the Future in Lee County Schools

7:55

Closing

What You Need to Know for July 20th!

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Boyd Adolfsson,
Jun 3, 2015, 5:31 AM
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Boyd Adolfsson,
Jun 3, 2015, 5:31 AM
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Boyd Adolfsson,
Jun 3, 2015, 5:31 AM
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Boyd Adolfsson,
Jun 3, 2015, 5:31 AM