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Improving
Student Outcomes
and Building Capacity
Improving
Student Outcomes
and Building Capacity
Sweeny (adapted), 2012
LevelofSupportLevelofSupport
Level of ControlLevel of Control 
Pearson and Gallagher (adapted), 1983
DemonstrationDe...
W
T
H
O
R
G
Solomons & Duggan, 2014
CELEBRATE SUCCESSCELEBRATE SUCCESS
BUILD RELATIONSHIP AND TRUSTBUILD RELATIONSHIP AND ...
(what we teach)
Technology
Pedagogical
Content
Knowledge
Curriculum& Instruction Instructional Platform TeachingCulture TechnologyInfrastructure PedagogyShifts
EDUCATORGOALS DIGIT...
INSTRUCTIONAL ENHANCEMENT INSTRUCTIONAL TRANSFORMATION
Laptop notes
Copy & paste
Presentation
Email
Discussion
Send email
...
Measurable increases in STUDENT
SUCCESS
Measurable increases in STUDENT
SUCCESS
Solomons&Duggan,2014
Dweck, 2012
LASD(adapted),2012
Connect Experiences
Discover the links between learning at
school and outside the classroom
Personalize...
Solerno, 2008
CJUSD Instructional Coaching Model
CJUSD Instructional Coaching Model
CJUSD Instructional Coaching Model
CJUSD Instructional Coaching Model
CJUSD Instructional Coaching Model
CJUSD Instructional Coaching Model
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CJUSD Instructional Coaching Model

  1. 1. Improving Student Outcomes and Building Capacity Improving Student Outcomes and Building Capacity
  2. 2. Sweeny (adapted), 2012
  3. 3. LevelofSupportLevelofSupport Level of ControlLevel of Control  Pearson and Gallagher (adapted), 1983 DemonstrationDemonstration Guided PracticeGuided Practice Independent PracticeIndependent Practice
  4. 4. W T H O R G Solomons & Duggan, 2014 CELEBRATE SUCCESSCELEBRATE SUCCESS BUILD RELATIONSHIP AND TRUSTBUILD RELATIONSHIP AND TRUST Planning&CoachingCycleTasks
  5. 5. (what we teach) Technology Pedagogical Content Knowledge
  6. 6. Curriculum& Instruction Instructional Platform TeachingCulture TechnologyInfrastructure PedagogyShifts EDUCATORGOALS DIGITALAGECONCEPTS DIGITALAGE EXPECTATIONS DEVICEANDPOLICY SUPPORT PERSONALIZEDLEARNING ELEMENTS Collaborate withothers Collaboration Tools Teachers work in a cloud computing environment Updated Acceptable Use Policies Flexible, Anytime, Everywhere learning Redefine Teacher Role and Expand "Teacher” as Facilitator Student-Driven and Personalized Learning Path Mastery/Competency- Based Progression/Pace Inquiry and Project-Based, Authentic Learning School-wide Learning Outcomes Communicate information Content Management Systems Teachers share content digitally through a website/content management system Website publishing policy Findandshare resources Personal Learning Network Teachers collaborate and communicate digitally with local and global circles Social networking policy Devices/bandwidth to support digital curriculum Give formative feedback Formative Response Tools Teachers give automated formative feedback during instruction and track student behaviors/reflections Mobile device for teachers Classroom projectors Deliver digital content Open Educational and Curricular Digital Resources Teachers curate digital content and deliver self- paced/differentiated instruction in a blended learning environment 1-to-1 environment for students Digital resource evaluation rubric Facilitate student inquiry Electronic Portfolios Teachers facilitate project- based, authentic learning assessments that are student-driven 1-to-1 environment for students and BYOD Student publishing policies Administration ADMINISTRATION TIPPINGPOINTS Flexible PD policies Digital PD resources Administrative expectations Administrative modeling Collaborative work time with colleagues and coaches 1-to-1 environment (BYOD) Purchasing efficiency Flexible pathway scheduling College and Career student support services EdTechEdTech ChallengeChallenge ChartChart
  7. 7. INSTRUCTIONAL ENHANCEMENT INSTRUCTIONAL TRANSFORMATION Laptop notes Copy & paste Presentation Email Discussion Send email PDF Google form Laptop notes Copy & paste Presentation Email Discussion Send email PDF Google form SUBTITUTE Technology is a direct tool substitution SUBTITUTE Technology is a direct tool substitution Mobile notes Forward link Animation Google Drive Blog SMS/Forum Search tools Auto marks Mobile notes Forward link Animation Google Drive Blog SMS/Forum Search tools Auto marks AUGMENT Technology is used to functionally improve AUGMENT Technology is used to functionally improve Transposition Annotation Video present Google Class Google Docs Hang Outs Newsela Digital product Transposition Annotation Video present Google Class Google Docs Hang Outs Newsela Digital product MODIFY Technology allows for significant task redesign MODIFY Technology allows for significant task redesign Shared notes Group maps Participatory iTunes Google Sites Virtual class iBook Response tools Shared notes Group maps Participatory iTunes Google Sites Virtual class iBook Response tools REDEFINE Technology allows for existence of new tasks REDEFINE Technology allows for existence of new tasks Note Taking Research Present Share Collaborate Communicate Read Assess Note Taking Research Present Share Collaborate Communicate Read Assess ORIGINAL TASK ORIGINAL TASK S A M R
  8. 8. Measurable increases in STUDENT SUCCESS Measurable increases in STUDENT SUCCESS
  9. 9. Solomons&Duggan,2014
  10. 10. Dweck, 2012
  11. 11. LASD(adapted),2012 Connect Experiences Discover the links between learning at school and outside the classroom Personalize Learning Use each student’s abilities and interests to maximize learning Nurture a Growth Mindset Create opportunities to reflect and grow Process & Outcome Value the approach as much as the result Empower Students Help students understand that their voice has impact Leverage Technology Utilize technology as a tool for learning and efficiency Take Action Implement and facilitate change directed at student success
  12. 12. Solerno, 2008

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