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Cameron PatersonE: cpaterso@shore.nsw.edu.auT: cpatersoMakingTeacherLearningVisibleAIS2013
ShoreSchool• Founded in 1889.• Located in North Sydney• Non-government school• Co-educational from K to 2, then boys schoo...
Classroom isolationleads teachers to fallback on the‘apprenticeship ofobservation’ that theyundertook as schoolstudents
"Schools are deeply hard-wired, culturally andstructurally, to resist systemic practices of adultlearning."(Richard Elmore)
Undergraduate Professional Graduate Advice fromCourses Reading Courses ColleagueWhat Influences TeacherProfessional Practi...
“Schools learn collectively in teams and teachers get better byworking in teams on teaching issues.”Richard Elmore
“Watching most teams operate in schools is like watchingAstroturf grow. “Richard Elmore
From a socialisedmind to a self-authoring mind
“The most powerful source of information aboutteaching and learning in a school is the student andteacher work that occurs...
80% of professional knowledge is builtinformally
Key Readings
Mentoring
2 + 2
Professional Learning Choices 2013CoachingCultures of Thinking Breakfast GroupLooking At Student Work Focus GroupFeedback ...
Leading Learning:http://www.classmovies.com/Otherpages/Portals/AHISAPortal/tabid/210/language/en-AU/Default.aspx
Recent Book Studies
Professional Learning Committee“I’m grateful for the opportunity to be on the PLC ashaving dialogue with colleagues gets m...
A development culture, not a compliance-oriented culture.
“Leadership is aboutbuilding highly functionalpeople into highlyfunctional teams.”Richard Elmore
“The job of a leader is to follow thework, not to dictate the work.”Richard Elmore
Networksrather thanhierarchies
“A stand-alone school cannot be a self-improving school. Self-improvingschools work in partnership, inclusters.”David Harg...
I BLEW IT!I tried something new andinnovativeand it didn’t work as well as IwantedThis coupon entitles me to befree ofcrit...
I used to think…Now I think…A routine for reflectingon how and why ourthinking has changed
Making Teacher Learning Visible
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Making Teacher Learning Visible

  1. 1. Cameron PatersonE: cpaterso@shore.nsw.edu.auT: cpatersoMakingTeacherLearningVisibleAIS2013
  2. 2. ShoreSchool• Founded in 1889.• Located in North Sydney• Non-government school• Co-educational from K to 2, then boys school from 3-12.• 161 teaching staff• 1583 students• “The emphasis on professional development and growth for the teachingstaff is a notable feature of the schools activities.”
  3. 3. Classroom isolationleads teachers to fallback on the‘apprenticeship ofobservation’ that theyundertook as schoolstudents
  4. 4. "Schools are deeply hard-wired, culturally andstructurally, to resist systemic practices of adultlearning."(Richard Elmore)
  5. 5. Undergraduate Professional Graduate Advice fromCourses Reading Courses ColleagueWhat Influences TeacherProfessional Practice?1=“Notinfluential”4=“Veryinfluential”1.82.32.63.601234Dr Douglas Reeves, The Leadership and Learning Center
  6. 6. “Schools learn collectively in teams and teachers get better byworking in teams on teaching issues.”Richard Elmore
  7. 7. “Watching most teams operate in schools is like watchingAstroturf grow. “Richard Elmore
  8. 8. From a socialisedmind to a self-authoring mind
  9. 9. “The most powerful source of information aboutteaching and learning in a school is the student andteacher work that occurs in classrooms, day in and dayout.”(Tina Blythe)
  10. 10. 80% of professional knowledge is builtinformally
  11. 11. Key Readings
  12. 12. Mentoring
  13. 13. 2 + 2
  14. 14. Professional Learning Choices 2013CoachingCultures of Thinking Breakfast GroupLooking At Student Work Focus GroupFeedback Focus GroupInstructional RoundsLesson Observation Focus groupSupervising a Student-TeacherTeam CoachingRelevant Tertiary StudyOther Approved Option
  15. 15. Leading Learning:http://www.classmovies.com/Otherpages/Portals/AHISAPortal/tabid/210/language/en-AU/Default.aspx
  16. 16. Recent Book Studies
  17. 17. Professional Learning Committee“I’m grateful for the opportunity to be on the PLC ashaving dialogue with colleagues gets me ‘stuck’ andpushes me to reflect on my teaching but alsoencourages me to keep trying and affirms the smallthings I may do effectively.”Rebecca Cornish email
  18. 18. A development culture, not a compliance-oriented culture.
  19. 19. “Leadership is aboutbuilding highly functionalpeople into highlyfunctional teams.”Richard Elmore
  20. 20. “The job of a leader is to follow thework, not to dictate the work.”Richard Elmore
  21. 21. Networksrather thanhierarchies
  22. 22. “A stand-alone school cannot be a self-improving school. Self-improvingschools work in partnership, inclusters.”David Hargreaves
  23. 23. I BLEW IT!I tried something new andinnovativeand it didn’t work as well as IwantedThis coupon entitles me to befree ofcriticism for my effortsI’ll continue to pursue ways tohelpmy students be successful
  24. 24. I used to think…Now I think…A routine for reflectingon how and why ourthinking has changed

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