Professional learning that increases educator effectiveness and results for all students integrates theories, research, and models of human learning to achieve its intended outcomes.
- Be a Learning Partner: A Dialogue with Marceta Reilly (Sticky Standards #33)
- It is about GROWTH not GOTCHA! Designing Schools for Meaningful Professional Learning: A Dialogue with Janice Bradley (Sticky Standards #31)
- One Size Does Not Fit All: A Conversation with Pat Roy (Sticky Standards #30)
- Learning Designs: Moving from Knowing to Doing – Looking at Student Work, A Conversation with Julie Blaine (Sticky Standards #27)
- Professional Learning in Action: A Conversation with John Heim (Sticky Standards #20)
- Professional Learning: A Teacher’s Perspective: A Conversation with Karen Godfrey, President of KNEA (Sticky Standards #18)
- Implementation: A Conversation With Shirley Hord (Sticky Standards #10)
- Implementation: Overview (Sticky Standards #8)
THREE BIG IDEAS
- apply change research
- sustain implementation
- provide constructive feedback
The real voyage of discovery consists no t in seeking new lands but seeing with new eyes.
You never plow a field by turning it over in your mind.
Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax.
People Learn in a Community of Practice
From a Kansas Teacher (KTOY)
- Believe in our students
- Believe in colleagues
- Believe in ourselves
Change is Mandatory – Improvement is Optional
CONCERNS-BASED ADOPTION MODEL – CBAM
A Process, not an event
Made by individuals first, then organizations
A highly personal experience
Developmental growth in FEELINGS and SKILLS
Stages of Concern: Feelings
Levels of Use: Behaviors/Actions
ICs: Feedback/Description of Practice