- September 27, 2017 - September 29, 2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Co-sponsored with University College Lillebælt (UCL)
- examine characteristics of a collaborative school culture in which teachers share responsibility for student learning and school improvement based on student needs and school/ system priorities
- understand terms used in school improvement planning – data, objectives, results, indicators and results-based plans
- differentiate between a target and an indicator in a school improvement plan
- distinguish between developing a plan based only on objectives and one based on results
- understand the importance of collecting and analyzing student achievement data, demographic data, intercultural competency data, program data, perceptual data and system data, with teachers
- understand how to work with teachers using a variety of data to inform decision making, influence the direction in school improvement planning and lead ongoing monitoring and evaluation of school improvement plan
- explore qualitative and quantitative indicators of success and growth with teachers in terms of student achievement and intercultural competency and
- examine structures to engage teachers in the cyclical review of school data and the school’s improvement plan.
- examine conditions to ensure high expectations for all students
- gain strategies for working with teachers to understand the relationship between self-regulation, learning skills and readiness for learning
- explore various learning styles and instructional strategies to meet the individual needs of all, including the Teaching-Learning Critical Pathways as a tool to organize actions for teaching and student learning
- examine teaching strategies to build intercultural competencies and global citizenship in the classroom
- identify the unique needs of learners such as English as a Second Language Learners, English Language Learners and students with special education needs
- understand backwards planning, the universal design for learning and differentiated instruction
- explore Marzano’s Nine Instructional Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning
- utilize inquiry-based learning strategies to engage students in higher order thinking
- identify assessment “for, as and of” learning and how each informs teacher planning and instruction providing descriptive feedback to scaffold student learning and
- understand how to monitor the quality of teaching through classroom walkthroughs and challenging conversations.
Participants will receive Certificates of Completion for ISL Modules 4 and 5.
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