Cloverleaf CITE 6 PD:
Creating conscious communicators
Why do we take the time to do this?
Helping students set goals and track their own growth helps them become more metacognitive learners.
- What strategies did you use to make data gathering possible? Did you have students self report? Why or why not?
- What are some of the things that worked and what were some of your challenges?
- What ah-hahs might make this process more meaningful next year?
2. Hands on: Input baseline data, targets, and final data into InspirED.
3. Workday Q&A - Do you need any help from Kristin?
4. Brainstorm and plan: Vision work for (making CITE 6 a success) next year
- 3 things you learned today,
- 2 questions you still have, and
- 1 suggestion you might have for Liz for improvement
NOTE: If you would like your response to be anonymous, please enter "Mickey Mouse" as the name and "Mickey@disney.com" as the email address.
1. Choose two relevant rows from communication rubric.
2. Build common rubric
a. Group - which rows appeal most
b. Partners - highlight what speaks to you
c. Group - Craft / Scribe
3. Create your copy of tracking system
4. Brainstorm assessments and learning opportunities
- Team talk or individual reflection: What will your genealogy assessment be for these students? (Plan your assessment.)
- How will you include teaching activities that also help students develop the skills on the communication rubric? (Enhance your Stage 3, if needed.)
5. Brain Break
6. InspirED Innovation (Hands on - walk through the assessment library)
8. Role play (Communication rubric self-rating conversation - Chrystal & Liz)
- Think of a significant point or personal connection you are making from today's work.
- Share your thinking with the group by posting it (through words, images, etc.) in the Comment Stream below.