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Personalised Learning Plans

Personalised Learning Plans in NSW:

Personalised Learning Plans in NSW Back in 2004 the NSW Government conducted a Review of Aboriginal Education As a result of this review 72 recommendations were documented The development of Personalised Learning Plans was one of these recommendations (3.1)

Personalised Learning Plans in Australia:

Personalised Learning Plans in Australia In 2010 MCEEDYA came up with the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010-2014 (ATSIEAP) Action 21- All students need to have a PLP “Schools will involve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, teachers and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education workers in the development of personalised learning strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from the first year of formal schooling to Year 10 to support improved educational outcomes”

Personalised Learning Plans in Schools:

Personalised Learning Plans in Schools There are 92 focus schools in New South Wales, 88 government schools, 1 Catholic school and 3 independent schools.

School NAPLAN results:

School NAPLAN results

So what is a PLP?:

So what is a PLP? A process involving parents, students and teachers A document which sets out specific goals and outlines what you already do- (evidence based and results driven teaching practice!!!) Articulating and documenting what you will do to help your Aboriginal students reach their individual potential

A personalised approach to learning will::

A personalised approach to learning will: Promote Aboriginal student engagement in education Provide support to personalise learning outcomes for Aboriginal students Develop and foster the home/school partnership Ensure there is an agreed on-going process between key stakeholders Foster a strong sense of personal identity as successful learners and Aboriginal students Aboriginal students are engaged in learning that is personally rewarding All stakeholders can collaborate and strive to meet the educational needs of Aboriginal students Require review meetings on a regular basis

PLPs ensure learning activities are appropriate to the students’ learning needs.:

PLPs ensure learning activities are appropriate to the students’ learning needs. Teachers and parents know that in education one size does not fit all. Students have individual strengths, needs and aspirations, and PLPs will assist us to support and guide students in their learning, achievements and goals. The evidence is clear on what works in education: Having high expectations of students High quality teachers Parental engagement A school culture that promotes and celebrates student achievements and opens up opportunities for students is essential for the effective learning of all students Students are engaged with, and have a real voice in their learning.

Is there a difference between PLPs and IEP/ILPs?:

Is there a difference between PLPs and IEP/ILPs? IEP/ILP Data analysis LST Goals, strategies Health plans Funding Review meetings Parent meetings Ongoing process Stakeholders Evaluation and monitoring Student engagement Learning Support Team PLP Student engagement Planning process Goals, strategies Parent, student, teacher meetings Ongoing process Stakeholders Culturally appropriate Student ownership of learning Teachers understanding of Aboriginal Australia Knowledge of student/family backgrounds Monitoring

Things you should include:

Things you should include Student details e.g. family background, attendance, awards, class, home contacts, welfare/discipline issues Parental input: PLPs are an exercise in getting to know students and their families Medical information: allergies, asthma, vision, hearing etc. Access to student support e.g. In Class Tutor, Behaviour Support, STL, AEO A user friendly template PLAN & other data Assessments Articulation of your Quality Teaching practice

For example::

For example:

Effective PLPs........... are based on relationships and engage parents and carers :

Effective PLPs........... are based on relationships and engage parents and carers

Inclusion of parents/guardians:

Inclusion of parents/guardians Call your students parents and arrange a meeting Include AEO & Teacher  Ask students about their own goals Get parents feedback on what they want for their child at school, their expectations of the school and what they are willing to do to contribute Outline your own expectations and strategies

Use PLAN data to give parents tips on what to do at home:

Use PLAN data to give parents tips on what to do at home Access PLAN via your portal

PowerPoint Presentation:

1. Select “Generate Reports” 3. Select Year and Class 2. Choose Report Type 4. Schedule Report 5. Download your report

Use PLAN data to give parents at home tips:

Use PLAN data to give parents at home tips

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Community Partnership Culture Respect Leadership Shared Classroom Agency Improved Learning Outcomes RELATIONSHIPS Health and Wellbeing Strategic Planning Curriculum Pathways Transitions E.C. Identity

In a nutshell…..:

In a nutshell….. The process has to be positive and achievable It must be non-threatening for parents and students and not a burden for teachers Don’t get caught up in to much educational jargon or student data, it’s the relationship building which is most important Determine and agree on specific, simple and achievable goals Respect cultural perspectives Identify strategies for parents, the school and the student to strengthen the partnership/relationship Document the process Monitor and evaluate the process Keep parents informed of what is happening in their child’s learning