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Title: Using Pathway Student Outcome Charts


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Using Pathway Student Outcome Charts
  • High School Teachers Council
  • December 8, 2010

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Objectives
  • To understand how the Student Outcome Charts,
    including the vision and mission, of each pathway
    can be used to create a coherent, engaging and
    relevant educational experience for all students.
  • To understand the key role the focus on student
    outcome charts plays in the building of
    meaningful pathways at each high school.

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Icebreaker
  • Individually
  • Visualize- upon graduating, what do you want your
    students to become?
  • When time is up, tape your vision to the wall.

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The Past
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Another day in the classroom.
Here we go again more of the same.BORING! Well
at least we are on a minimum day schedule!
Blah blah, blah (boring)
The New Kids on The Blockthey are dreamy!
Is it Friday yet! Same old routine as the day
before.
No wonder she is sleeping.
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The past
Class. pull out your books and turn to page 22.
Why do we need to learn this stuff? This is so
boring! Hey, did I show you my new CD walkman?
Oh my! ...Its only 2nd period! How am I going to
survive until lunch?
Hey the teachers clothes dont match.
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HELP!!!!!!
Not again when are we going to move away from
Quadrant A lessons and do something interesting!
I need to figure out how to engage these kids.
Lisa, is it necessary to complain everyday you
walk into class?
Hi Ms. Krabapple, more Quadrant A
lessons?.BORING!!
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  • My Fellow Graduates I leave LBUSD today with the
    following .
  • 3 years of History
  • 4 years of English
  • 2 years of P.E.
  • 2 years of Math
  • 2 years of Science
  • Required electives..
  • NOW WHAT?

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2010
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Vision Statement Every student an ethical,
responsible citizen who seeks to understand and
improve the world through engineering technology.
Robotics is so coolcant wait to facebook this.
Hi Lisa, welcome to robotics. Like I told you,
you will enjoy your engineering pathway
WOW, Check out that robot! Ms. K. are we going to
learn how to build one?
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Engineering SLC classes
  • Intro. to Engineering Design
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Digital Electronics
  • Engineering Design and Development
  • Bio-Technology

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Digital Electronics
Oh yeah its called linked learning!
Hey there is math involved in creating robotics..
go figure!
Duh.. Frita, and that is why in English we are
learning about technical writing.
Check it out, in Physics we talked about the
movement of robots.
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I never thought I would see all my students this
excited and engaged about school!
Hi Ms. K, Quadrant D learning has made school
relevant. I got to give you props. You are the
rage with all the students.
Thanks you made my day!
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  • My Fellow Graduates I leave LBUSD today with the
    following .
  • Problem Solving skills.
  • Communication, Documentation Presentation
    Skills.
  • Knowledge in Designing, Building, Testing
    Prototype.
  • Knowledge of Technology, materials equipment.
  • Ethical Responsible and Environmentally
    Awareness
  • BRING IT ON!

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What makes a students experience today different
from the past?
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Agenda
  • Student Outcome Charts as tools for creating
    intentionally coherent and relevant student
    educational experiences
  • What goes into the student outcome charts?
  • How were they created?
  • BREAK
  • Activity Using Student Outcome Charts

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Why do we need Student Outcome Charts?
  • Past

Student Experience is not coordinated for student
engagement or real-world connections.
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Why do we need Student Outcome Charts?
  • Linked Learning

Pathways-SLCs
Student Experience IS coordinated for student
engagement and real-world connections.
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Student Outcome Charts
  • Student Outcome charts are a tool that provides a
    blueprint for a coherent, engaging four year
    educational experience above and beyond the
    academic standards all students take.

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Student Outcome Charts
Like the conductor of an orchestra, the student
outcome charts coordinate the work of many
teachers to reach the desired outcome.
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Parts of Student Outcome Charts
  • Industry Sector Affiliation
  • Vision and Mission
  • Attributes that uniquely identify students of
    that pathway when they graduate
  • 9th 12th grade set of expected outcomes for
    students

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Example Student Outcome Chart
Vision Every student an ethical, responsible
citizen who seeks to understand and improve the
world through engineering technology. Mission
Incorporate engineering technology into every
aspect of the educational process by 1)
Integrating career and technical education and
engineering technology into core academic classes
and the learning environment. 2) Utilizing
technology in project- and problem-based
instruction to enhance student learning and
develop teamwork, communication, and
leadership. 3) Providing a
structured sequence of work-based learning
opportunities.
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Student Outcome Charts
  • How were they created?
  • Inputs
  • SLC teachers, Admin, Counselor, Content Area
    Teachers, Elective Teachers from EVERY
    pathway/SLC
  • CTE standards
  • Big Blue Book (also online)
  • District support and PD
  • Training February 2010
  • SLC Grants, Connect Ed Grant
  • Local Business Consultancy
  • (Feedback about important standards)

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Student Outcome Charts
Voices of Industry
Teacher capture student needs, interests. Teacher
s synthesize information from many sources Work
collaboratively for maximum ownership
District Support
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Summary
  • Check for Understanding (Pair-share)
  • Why have student outcome charts been created?
  • How does information from industry get included
    into student outcome charts?
  • Share one other item that was interesting to you
    and why.
  • Break (930 945)
  • Back from Break
  • Activity Using Student Outcome Charts

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Activity Using Student Outcome Charts
  • At your table you have
  • Great Team
  • Copies of 1 Student Outcome Chart from your site
  • Making Connections with Student Outcome Charts-
    Individual Handout
  • School Summary Application of Student Outcome
    Charts (1 per site)

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Activity Using Student Outcome Charts
  • Instructions for activity- Focused on the one
    Student Outcome Chart from your site
  • Individually imagine you are part of that
    pathway. What connections can you find to what
    you are teaching? (Follow Handout)
  • Group Discuss and complete school summary

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Activity Using Student Outcome Charts
  • Share out by Site (1-2 minutes each)
  • What was the best example your group came up with
    as a connection between the student outcome chart
    and a possible lesson?
  • What were the roadblocks for someone to apply the
    student outcome charts to their regular lessons?

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Student Outcomes as Anchor
  • Center of Collaboration
  • Creating charts
  • Applying charts to lessons
  • Measuring outcomes
  • Communication with public ( Spring 2011 )

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Student Outcomes as Anchor
  • Course of Study for each Pathway
  • December 1st Pathway Lead Meeting

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Student Outcomes as Anchor
  • Interdisciplinary Projects
  • Performance Mapping Professional Development
    (Roni Evans)

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Student Outcomes as Anchor
  • Work Based Learning can be coordinated (See
    handout)

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Student Outcome ChartsSummary
  • All SLCs and Pathways have developed them
  • Intentionally outlines coherent, engaging and
    relevant educational experience for students over
    four years organized around broad industry themes
  • Makes each pathway unique
  • Tool for thoughtful collaboration
  • Not set in stone- regular update and review
    within pathway
  • Greater buy-in and ownership will better serve
    kids

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Returning to Your SitePlan of Action
  • Sharing with Principals
  • Guiding Questions Handout
  • Do you have any questions about the guiding
    questions?
  • Thank you for your participation and all you do
    for students.
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