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Title: 20082009 ParentCommunity Involvement Filling In The Achievement Gaps


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2008-2009Parent/Community InvolvementFilling In
The Achievement Gaps
  • Module 3
  • Building Positive Relationships to Promote
    Parental Involvement

2
Filling In The Achievement Gap
  • 2008-2009
  • Parent/Community Involvement Module
  • Arkansas Department of Education

3
Building Positive Relationships to Promote
Parental Involvement
4
Administrators
  • Management Verses Leadership

Cmon guyswe can do this!
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If You Build It, They Will Come
  • Its the leaders ability to
  • Say it
  • Plan it
  • Do it in such a way that others know that you
    know how and,
  • Know that they want to follow you.
  • John Maxwell

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Administrators
  • Defining the Vision

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Mission/Vision
  • Vision- Know where you are going
  • Clearly articulated

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Communicating The Vision
  • Keep It Simple
  • Metaphors, Analogies, Examples
  • Multiple Forums
  • Repeat, Repeat, Repeat
  • Lead By Example
  • Explain Inconsistencies
  • Give and Take

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Align People With The Vision
  • Spirit of the Squirrel Worthwhile Work

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The Spirit of the Squirrel
  • Why do squirrels work so hard?
  • They work hard because they are motivated!

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The Spirit of the Squirrel
  • Why are the squirrels motivated?
  • They have a goal. They are working toward the
    goal of putting away food.

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The Spirit of the Squirrel
  • Why does the goal motivate them?
  • If they dont store up food they wont survive
    the winter!

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The Spirit of the Squirrel
Their job is WORTHWHILE!
  • Knowing we make the world a better
  • place
  • Everyone works toward a shared goal
  • Values guide all plans, decisions,
  • and actions

15
Spirit of the Squirrel
  • Two Requirements to BUILD Trust for the
    Productivity
  • Honesty
  • Putting team members first

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Spirit of the Squirrel
You can take the horse to the water but You
cant make him drink it. Its the BUY-IN and
Commitment that makes the difference. The
squirrel is committed!
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Spirit of the Squirrel
Productivity! Think of the squirrel!
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Align People With The Mission
  • The Way of The Beaver
  • In Control of Achieving The Goal

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The Way of the Beaver
  • In control of achieving the Goal
  • Being an individual to achieve the goal
  • The beavers each build or repair their own part
    of the dam

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The Way of the Beaver
  • Beavers NEVER redo what another beaver has
    done.
  • Beavers do their individual thing and do it
    well
  • Beavers are persistent
  • Beavers are in control

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The Way of the Beaver
  • People who are truly in control work for
    organizations that value them as persons. Their
    thoughts, feelings, needs and dreams are
    respected, listened to, and acted upon.

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The Way of the Beaver
  • Three sides of the beavers activity
  • Individual taking charge being in control
  • of achieving the goal
  • 2. An organization that allowed and
  • encouraged individuals to do so their
  • thoughts, feelings, needs, and dreams were
  • respected, listened to, and acted upon
  • 3. The beavers do what they can do!
  • They use their expertise!

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Inspire or Motivate People To Reach The Vision
  • How do you motivate people to reach the vision?
  • The Gift of the Goose Cheering Others On

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The Gift of the Goose
  • The Gift of the Goose brings enthusiasm to Spirit
    of the Squirrel and Way of the Beaver.

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The Gift of the Goose
  • The Gift of the Goose is Cheering Others On!
  • They honk that everything is going great

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The Gift of the Goose
  • The Gift of the Goose will make more of a
    difference than the
  • Spirit of the Squirrel
  • or
  • The Way of the Beaver

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Which are YOU?
  • Squirrel
  • Beaver
  • Goose

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I HAD to go to work. Here, I GET to go to
work. Because Everyone is GUNG HO!
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Team members leave with their heads held high!
They KNOW they are doing important work!
Both the organization and their fellow workers
appreciate their Efforts and Success!
They each had a Significant part of the Success!
30
The Spirit of the Squirrel! The Way of the
Beaver! The Gift of the Goose! GUNG HO!
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Job Satisfaction
  • 1 reason people leave their jobs- they dont
    feel appreciated

32
Positive vs. Negative
  • How Full Is Your Bucket? Positive Strategies for
    Work and Life by Tom Rath and Donald Clifton,
    Ph.D.

33
Is negativity really a problem?
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The Bucket Theory
  • Invisible bucket and dipper
  • 9 out of 10 people say they are more productive
    when theyre around positive people
  • Memories
  • Frequency of positive interactions

35
Positive Interactions
  • As leaders in your school, think of ways that you
    currently recognize the achievements of your
    staff, praise their efforts, and encourage a
    positive climate among your staff.

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Teachers/StaffClassroom Climate
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REVVED!
Win them over and Keep them REVVED! by Harry Paul
Ross Reck, Ph.D
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The Work Place
  • Too busy to be friendly
  • micromanaging
  • Bringing anger to work
  • Bottom line-personal life can sabotage the
    career, relationships at work (co-workers as well
    as parents)

39
Nice Managers Get Results
  • A group of researchers studied 16,000 corporate
    managers. The results surprised many skeptics.
    They showed that the highest achievers were those
    who valued people as highly as they valued
    profits.

40
  • Weak is he who allows his emotions to control his
    actions. Strong is he who allows his actions to
    control his emotions.

41
The 2 most important questions you can ask
yourself Is this a classroom you would want your
child to be enrolled? Are you a teacher you would
want your child to have?
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Master Your Emotions
  • Even the best leaders have personal problems at
    one time or another. In those situations, the
    most effective leaders reach down inside
    themselves to find the strength to keep their
    emotions in check, especially at work.

43
Personality Plus
  • Its not something you are born with, it is
    something you develop by being nice to people and
    making them feel special.

44
The Magic Ratio
  • The magic ratio
  • 5 positive interactions for every 1 negative
    interaction

45
Caring is absolutely necessary when it comes to
getting others excited about doing things on your
behalf. Thats what a supervisors, as well as
any educators job is all about.
46
The following 3 Steps will help you maximize the
returns that come from caring about your most
important asset your students, their parents
and your co-workers, in other words Your
People!
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Take Baby Steps
  • Step 1-Winning them Over
  • Turning enemies into allies-SMILE
  • Greet people CHEERFULLY
  • Actively engage in caring conversation-actively

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Step 2- Blowing Them Away
  • Single out people who have just gone the extra
    mile for you.
  • Multiplier Effect bonus
  • Build an Army
  • Magical Phrase-Is there anything else I can do
    for you?

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Step 3-Keep them REVVED!
  • Nothing works better than the truth
  • Clear the Air
  • Caring is a Win-Win proposition
  • Looking out for Number 2
  • Celebrate your success

50
  • Group Discussion Questions
  • See Handout 3

51
Take Care of Your Self
  • Educators must continually be aware of his/her
    attitude, priorities, behavior, and interactions.
  • One of the greatest individuals in keeping
    priorities was Randy Pausch.
  • The Last Lecture

The LAST LECTURE by Randy Pausch Video Clip
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When You Thought I Wasnt Looking
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Fill InThe Achievement GapbyBuilding
Positive Relationships to Promote Parental
Involvement
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Parent/Community Involvement Resources
  • National Network of Partnership Schools
  • TIPS Teachers Involve Parents in Schoolwork
  • http//www.csos.jhu.edu/p2000/tips/index.htm
  • Annual Promising Practices
  • http//www.csos.jhu.edu/p2000/PPP/2007/index.htm

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Building Positive Relationships to Promote
Parental Involvement
It takes EVERYONE To Build Positive
Relationships and Promote Parent/Community
Involvement! We Need YOU!
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  • Building Positive Relationships Can
  • Fill In
  • the Achievement Gap
  • And
  • Promote Parental/Community Involvement!
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