Talent Pipeline in Schools_Jay Altman

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Creating Great Schools:

Creating Great Schools InspirED November 2013

England: KS4 points score by ethnicity, class & gender:

England: KS4 points score by ethnicity, class & gender

Is it possible for a non-selective urban school to close the achievement gaps?:

Is it possible for a non-selective urban school to close the achievement gaps? YES. A small but growing number of open admissions urban schools are closing the achievement gap

Edward Brooke School 2010 English MCAS:

Edward Brooke School 2010 English MCAS

Edward Brooke School 2010 Math MCAS:

Edward Brooke School 2010 Math MCAS

Sci Academy - Algebra I 2012 :

Sci Academy - Algebra I 2012

Sci Academy - Algebra I 2012 :

Sci Academy - Algebra I 2012

Sci Academy - Algebra I - 2012 & 2013 :

Sci Academy - Algebra I - 2012 & 2013

What do great comprehensive urban schools have in common?:

What do great comprehensive urban schools have in common?

What do great open-admissions urban schools have in common?:

Strong Culture Aspirational Culture Aligned Culture Mission Driven Belief in Potential of All Children Values Based Shared Approach Inclusion Support Parent Partnership What do great open-admissions urban schools have in common?

Two Beliefs about Intellectual Ability:

Two Beliefs about Intellectual Ability Intelligence is innate Intelligence can be developed

Belief in Innate Ability:

Belief in Innate Ability ASSUMPTIONS Intelligence is fixed “You either have it or you don’t” BELIEFS Inborn intelligence is the main determinant of success . OUTCOMES Poor results Defeatism Coasting Intelligence is innate and therefore fixed

Belief in Effort-Based Ability:

Belief in Effort-Based Ability ASSUMPTIONS Intelligence can be developed through effort Effort = Development BELIEFS Consistent effort and effective strategies are the main determinants of success. OUTCOME Engagement Confidence On-going improvement Intelligence is malleable and therefore can be developed

Shared Approach: How do we work together?:

Shared Approach: How do we work together? Shared values across the school What do we do when there is a problem? What do we do when we think something could be improved? What if we disagree with school practice or policy? What if we don’t like the way something is handled by a school leader or another adult?

Key Levers to Outstanding Urban Schools:

Key Levers to Outstanding Urban Schools Learning and Teaching Strong Culture Aligned Curriculum Literacy and Numeracy Skilful Teaching Formative Assessment Learning Support More Time Aspirational Culture Aligned Culture Mission Driven Belief in Potential of All Children Values Based Shared Approach Inclusion Support Parent Partnership Standards Mastery

How do we ensure that all students meet our high expectations?:

How do we ensure that all students meet our high expectations?

Support = Ensuring Standards Mastery for all students:

Support = Ensuring Standards Mastery for all students Assess and respond until students master the material Spiral review

Key Levers to Outstanding Urban Schools:

Key Levers to Outstanding Urban Schools Learning and Teaching Culture and Behaviour Talent Management, Operations, Accountability Aligned Curriculum Literacy and Numeracy Skilful Teaching Formative Assessment Learning Support More Time Aspirational Culture Aligned Culture Mission Driven Belief in the Potential of All Values Based Shared Approach Inclusion Support Parent Partnership Aligned Talent Management Job Design Recruiting Performance Management Professional Development Operations/Systems Quality Assurance: monitoring & evaluation Leadership Standards Mastery

New models with technology:

New models with technology Team Analysis 19 Virtual Schooling ---- Virtual experience replaces live instruction for entire subjects Live Teaching ---- Curriculum is based on the traditional live teaching, though may be assisted by in-class technology Live Teaching w/ Virtual Supplement ---- Live curriculum extended with virtual experiences Completely Blended Learning ---- Curriculum is completely blended between virtual and live instruction Virtual Schooling w/ Live Teaching Supplement ---- Virtual experience supplemented with small group instruction for practice, remediation, etc. HYBRID CURRICULUM SPECTRUM 1 2 3 Fully Online Fully Live 0 4

Potential operating strategies…:

Potential operating strategies… Team Analysis 20 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x o + Computer Area Independent Work Area Teacher-led Area x x x x x x x x x x Computer Area x x x x x x x x x x x x x x o + x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x + x x x x x o x x x x x x x x x x x x x x o x x x x x x x Computer Area Teacher-led Area In-Class Three Station Rotation In-Class Two Station Rotation Rotating Classes w/ Learning Lab Teacher-led Area Learning Lab w/ Workshops x x x x x x x x x x Computer Area x x x x x x o + x x x x x x x x x o x x x x x x x x x

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