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Title: International Center for Leadership in Education


1
International Center for Leadership in Education
Buckeye Association of School Administrators
September 17, 2008
  • Dr. Willard R. Daggett

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International Center Finding
  • Nations top performing
  • Nations most rapidly improving

3
Application Model
  • 1. Knowledge in one discipline
  • 2. Application within discipline
  • 3. Application across disciplines
  • 4. Application to real-world predictable
    situations
  • 5. Application to real-world unpredictable
    situations

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Rigor/Relevance For All Students
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Knowledge Taxonomy
  • 1. Awareness
  • 2. Comprehension
  • 3. Application
  • 4. Analysis
  • 5. Synthesis
  • 6. Evaluation

6
Application Model
  • 1. Knowledge in one discipline
  • 2. Application within discipline
  • 3. Application across disciplines
  • 4. Application to real-world predictable
    situations
  • 5. Application to real-world unpredictable
    situations

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Levels
Blooms
C D A B
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5
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3
2
1 2 3 4 5
1
Application
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Rigor/Relevance Framework
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  • Obtain historical data about local weather to
    predict the chance of snow, rain, or sun during
    year.
  • Test consumer products and illustrate the data
    graphically.
  • Plan a large school event and calculate resources
    (food, decorations, etc.) you need to organize
    and hold this event.
  • Make a scale drawing of the classroom on grid
    paper, each group using a different scale.
  • Analyze the graphs of the perimeters and areas of
    squares having different-length sides.
  • Determine the largest rectangular area for a
    fixed perimeter.
  • Identify coordinates for ordered pairs that
    satisfy an algebraic relation or function.
  • Determine and justify the similarity or
    congruence for two geometric shapes.

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C
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  • Calculate percentages of advertising in a
    newspaper.
  • Tour the school building and identify examples of
    parallel and perpendicular lines, planes, and
    angles.
  • Determine the median and mode of real data
    displayed in a histogram
  • Organize and display collected data, using
    appropriate tables, charts, or graphs.
  • Express probabilities as fractions, percents, or
    decimals.
  • Classify triangles according to angle size and/or
    length of sides.
  • Calculate volume of simple three- dimensional
    shapes.
  • Given the coordinates of a quadrilateral, plot
    the quadrilateral on a grid.

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B
A
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1
2
3
4
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Levels
Blooms
C D A B
6
5
4
3
2
1 2 3 4 5
1
Application
10
Components of School Excellence
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Components of School Excellence
1. Create a Culture to Support RR R For ALL
Students
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Culture to Support Change
  • 10 lbs. Loss

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Todays Youth
  • Technologically literate

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1983 A Nation at Risk
  • E-mail
  • Web pages
  • Google
  • iPODs
  • Laptops
  • Digital cameras
  • Doppler radar
  • Cell phones

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2000
  • Blogs
  • Wikis
  • Tagging
  • Text messaging
  • MySpace
  • Podcasts
  • PDAs

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E-Mail
  • Adult use often

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E-Mail
  • Adult use often
  • 14 of teens use often

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Content Creation Social Media
  • Facebook
  • MySpace
  • Flickr
  • YouTube
  • Blogs
  • Personal Web Pages

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Use of Social Media Among Online Teens
Teens from single-parent or lower-income
households are more likely to blog than affluent
teens in more traditional households.
Source Pew/Internet American Life Project,
Teens and Social Media, 2007
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Challenges
  • Globalization
  • Technology

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  • Information Technology
  • Processing
  • Communications

22
Emotiv
  • 16 embedded sensors
  • Detect facial expressions and emotions
  • Push, pull, lift, and drop

http//emotiv.com/INDS_3/inds_3.html
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  • Bio Technology
  • Biological Science
  • Practical Application

24
  • Nano Technology
  • Atom Up

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2000
Info Tech
Nano Tech
Bio Tech
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2008
Info Tech
Nano Tech
Bio Tech
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2012
Info Tech
Nano Tech
Bio Tech
28
Chinese Science
Source Ed Week 6/6/07
29
Savings Rate
  • 1. India -- 25
  • 2. Japan -- 28
  • 3. Korea -- 30
  • 4. China -- 50
  • 5. United States -- (-4)

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U.S. has lost key industries, its people stopped
saving money, and its government has become
increasingly indebted to Asian Central Banks
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Wal Mart
  • Largest Corporation
  • 8 times Size of Microsoft
  • 2 of GDP
  • 1.4 Million Employees
  • More Employees than
  • GM, Ford, G.E. and IBM Combined

Source The Post-American World
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U.S. 2nd Half of 20th Century
  • Only Superpower
  • Highest per Capita Income
  • 1st in Economic Growth
  • 5 of Population gt 24 of Consumption

Source National Academy of Science 2007
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Questions
34
Components of School Excellence
1. Create a Culture to Support RR R For ALL
Students
2. Build and Use Data to Guide Whole-School
/ District Reform
35
Criteria
  • Core Academic Learning (Achievement in the core
    subjects of English language arts, math and
    science and others identified by the school)

36
Not on the Test
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Ohio English Language ArtsLearning Standards
Tested
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Criteria
  • Core Academic Learning (Achievement in the core
    subjects of English language arts, math and
    science and others identified by the school)
  • Stretch Learning (Demonstration of rigorous and
    relevant learning beyond the minimum
    requirements)

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Criteria
  • Core Academic Learning (Achievement in the core
    subjects of English language arts, math and
    science and others identified by the school)
  • Stretch Learning (Demonstration of rigorous and
    relevant learning beyond the minimum
    requirements)
  • Student Engagement (The extent to which students
    are motivated and committed to learning have a
    sense of belonging and accomplishment and have
    relationships with adults, peers, and parents
    that support learning)

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Levels
Blooms
C D A B
6
5
4
3
2
1 2 3 4 5
1
Application
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Student Survey Percentages
42
Student Survey Percentages
43
Criteria
  • Core Academic Learning (Achievement in the core
    subjects of English language arts, math and
    science and others identified by the school)
  • Stretch Learning (Demonstration of rigorous and
    relevant learning beyond the minimum
    requirements)
  • Student Engagement (The extent to which students
    are motivated and committed to learning have a
    sense of belonging and accomplishment and have
    relationships with adults, peers, and parents
    that support learning)
  • Personal Skill Development (Measures of personal,
    social, service, and leadership skills and
    demonstrations of positive behaviors and
    attitudes)

44
Guiding Principles
  • Responsibility
  • Contemplation
  • Initiative
  • Perseverance
  • Optimism
  • Courage
  • Respect
  • Compassion
  • Adaptability
  • Honesty
  • Trustworthiness
  • Loyalty

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Criteria
  • Core Academic Learning (Achievement in the core
    subjects of English language arts, math and
    science and others identified by the school)
  • Stretch Learning (Demonstration of rigorous and
    relevant learning beyond the minimum
    requirements)
  • Student Engagement (The extent to which students
    are motivated and committed to learning have a
    sense of belonging and accomplishment and have
    relationships with adults, peers, and parents
    that support learning)
  • Personal Skill Development (Measures of personal,
    social, service, and leadership skills and
    demonstrations of positive behaviors and
    attitudes)

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Student Survey Percentages
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Student Survey Percentages
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Student Survey Percentages
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Components of School Excellence
1. Create a Culture to Support RR R For ALL
Students
2. Build and Use Data to Guide Whole-School
/ District Reform
3. Create and Support Leadership Teams
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Leadership Initiative
  • Education leaders
  • Business leaders

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Leadership Initiative
  • Built on Successful Practices
  • Based on Student Performance
  • Requires Leadership Teams

52
Building Leadership Capacity
  • Overall -- Bill Daggett and Ray McNulty
  • Supt. Bill McNeal, National Supt. of Year
  • Principal -- Susan Sackowitz and others
  • Teacher Harry Wong
  • Spec. Ed., ESL Larry Gloeckler
  • Business Stefan Kohler

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Components of School Excellence
1. Create a Culture to Support RR R For ALL
Students
2. Build and Use Data to Guide Whole-School
/ District Reform
3. Create and Support Leadership Teams
4. Define Student Learning Expectations
54
Ohio English Language ArtsLearning Standards
Tested
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Ohio MathematicsLearning Standards Tested
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Literacy is Key
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China today exports in a single day more than
exported in all of 1978.
Source The Rise of India and China . . .
58
Lexile Framework for Reading Study Summary of
Text Lexile Measures
Interquartile Ranges Shown (25 - 75)
1600
1400
1200
Text Lexile Measure (L)
1000
800
600
High School Literature
College Literature
High School Textbooks
College Textbooks
Military
Personal Use
Entry-Level Occupations
SAT 1, ACT, AP
Source of National Test Data MetaMetrics
59
16 Career ClustersDepartment of Education
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Reading RequirementsFindings
  • Entry-level
  • Highest in 6/16
  • Second Highest in 7/16
  • Consistent Across Country

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Human Services
 
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Construction
 
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Manufacturing
 
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 4 Reading
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 4 Reading
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 8 Reading
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 8 Reading
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 4 Mathematics
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 4 Mathematics
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 8 Mathematics
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2005 ProficiencyGrade 8 Mathematics
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Eight Implementation Steps to Excellence
5. Concentrate on Effective Instructional
Practices
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Levels
Blooms
C D A B
6
5
4
3
2
1 2 3 4 5
1
Application
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Ohio Arts Education
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Levels
Blooms
C D A B
6
5
4
3
2
1 2 3 4 5
1
Application
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Levels
Blooms
C D A B
6
5
4
3
2
1 2 3 4 5
1
Application
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  • Technology

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Eight Implementation Steps to Excellence
5. Concentrate on Effective Instructional
Practices
6. Address Organizational Structures
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Eight Implementation Steps to Excellence
5. Concentrate on Effective Instructional
Practices
6. Address Organizational Structures
7. Monitor Student Progress
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Criteria
  • Core Academic Learning (Achievement in the core
    subjects of English language arts, math and
    science and others identified by the school)
  • Stretch Learning (Demonstration of rigorous and
    relevant learning beyond the minimum
    requirements)
  • Student Engagement (The extent to which students
    are motivated and committed to learning have a
    sense of belonging and accomplishment and have
    relationships with adults, peers, and parents
    that support learning)
  • Personal Skill Development (Measures of personal,
    social, service, and leadership skills and
    demonstrations of positive behaviors and
    attitudes)

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Eight Implementation Steps to Excellence
5. Concentrate on Effective Instructional
Practices
6. Address Organizational Structures
7. Monitor Student Progress
8. Review and Refine Process
84
Successful Practices Network
  • Mission
  • Rigor, Relevance, and Relationship for ALL
    Learners
  • Good to Great
  • Best Practices
  • Sustainability

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Successful Practices Network
  • 2003
  • SPN 1.0
  • 600 Schools
  • 2008
  • SPN 2.0
  • 200 Schools

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Improving Student Performance From Best
Practices to Action Plans
2009 Symposium January 23-25 Hilton Washington
Hotel Washington, D.C.
Visit www.LeaderEd.com for more information
87
Mark Your Calendar!
17th Annual Model Schools Conference June 28-
July 1, 2009 Atlanta
Visit www.LeaderEd.com for more information
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International Center for Leadership in Education,
Inc.
1587 Route 146 Rexford, NY 12148 Phone (518)
399-2776 Fax (518) 399-7607 E-mail -
info_at_LeaderEd.com www.LeaderEd.com
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