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Title: Newport-Mesa USD Adult School Adult Education Matters! Building a PLC in a Web 2.0 World


1
Newport-Mesa USD Adult School Adult
Education Matters! Building a PLC in a Web 2.0
World
  • We share to impart, impact, improve and empower.
  • Mission Adult Education Matters blog

2
Objective 1 WHY
  • Objective
  • Define and describe a Professional Learning
    Community as a site-based PD model
  • Learner Outcome
  • Understand what a PLC is and how it can impact
    site-based professional development

3
Objective 2 How
  • Objective
  • Provide an example of a PLC in action at
    Newport-Mesa USD Adult School
  • Learner Outcome
  • Learn how one adult school wrote its 2008-2009
    professional growth plan to build its PLC,
    integrating key components such as a blog, peer
    mentors, onsite trainings, and PLC teams.

4
Objective 3 WITH WHAT
  • Objective
  • Tour our Adult Education Matters blog
  • Learner Outcome
  • Gain a treasure trove of ideas and how-to
    resources from the blog

5
Most Important Objective
  • Ignite the fire for collaborative learning
  • Education is not the filling of a pail,
  • but the lighting of a fire.
  • William Butler Yeats

6
Words of Vision
  • Education either functions as an instrument
    which is used to facilitate integration of the
    younger generation into the logic of the present
    system and bring about conformity or it becomes
    the practice of freedom, the means by which men
    and women deal critically and creatively with
    reality and discover how to participate in the
    transformation of their world.
  • Paulo Freire

7
Words of Vision
  • Education becomes the practice of freedom, the
    means by which men and women deal critically and
    creatively with reality and discover how to
    participate in the transformation of their world.
  • Paulo Freire

8
Conserve to Preserve
  • Hilton Family of Brands is committed to
    conserving our natural resources. Every day,
    tons of detergent and millions of gallons of
    water are used to wash towels which have only
    been used once. Heres how we can help
  • A towel on the rack means Ill use it again.
  • A towel on the floor means Please exchange.

9
Conserve to Preserve
  • NMUSD Adult School is committed to conserving
    our natural resources. Every day, tons of paper
    and ink are used to create memos / handouts that
    are read once and discarded. Heres how we can
    help
  • http//adultedmatters.wordpress.com
  • mrankin_at_nmusd.us

10
Preserving and Learning Together
  • http//AdultEdMatters.wordpress.com
  • ACSA Presentation
  • Marthas Handout
  • Marthas PowerPoint
  • mrankin_at_nmusd.us
  • Martha Rankin
  • Newport-Mesa Unified School District

11
Attributes of a PLC
  • Shared Values and Vision (Isaacson Bambur, 1992)
  • Supportive and Shared Leadership (Prestine, 1993)
  • Supportive Conditions (Boyd, 1992 Louis Kruse,
    1995)
  • Collective Creativity (Sergiovanni, 1994)
  • Shared Personal Practice (Louse Kruse, 1995)

12
Shared Values and Vision
  • NMUSD PD Survey May, 2007
  • What one suggestion do you have that will help
    improve teacher learning?

13
NMUSD PD Survey Results
  • More staff development and technology training
  • More in-services on technology in the classroom
  • More online pro development

14
NMUSD PD Survey Results
  • Share lessons and Web sites on specific
    strategies in specific skills
  • Short strategic workshops or online courses

15
NMUSD PD Survey Results
  • Collaboration, observation of other teachers
    strategies, just dialogue
  • Encourage teachers to take advantage of
    professional opportunities
  • Provide more opportunities to collaborate

16
NMUSD PD Survey Results
  • We do this, but others would benefit by time
    together to bounce ideas and reflect among peers
    e.g., at lunch, especially after class. (This
    isnt really practical for night staff.)

17
NMUSD PD Survey Results
  • More collaboration time between all adult
    education teachers to exchange ideas, teaching
    strategies, assessment models, and classroom
    management

18
NMUSD PD Survey Results
  • Better communication between staff members as a
    whole group. Perhaps staff information meetings
    with AM and PM staff together
  • Share experiences

19
2007 NMUSD Staff Development Survey
  • Peer coaching
  • More staff development by levels
  • More time to meet with other faculty
  • More training in specific areas

20
2007 NMUSD Staff Development Survey
  • I would encourage more staff meetings where we
    could address a topic collectively. I feel that
    this can improve our teaching.
  • Create professional learning communities.

21
Shared Vision / Leadership
  • 2007-2008 Professional Growth Plan
  • Create and sustain a professional learning
    community to improve learning for all
  • Train staff to use available technology to
    support and enhance learning
  • 2008-2009 Professional Growth Plan
  • Continue to empower our PLC to improve student
    learning, with specific focus on curriculum,
    assessment, and instruction.
  • Deepen our understanding and effective use of
    technology-integrated instruction

22
Attributes of a PLC in action
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