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Strategy 3: Engaging Learning Environment

Strategy 3: Engaging Learning Environment

We will foster secure, supportive, rigorous and engaging learning environments

Engaging Learning Environments

3.1 Implement a student-learning framework that will focus on rigorous instruction, emotional intelligence and competitive job skills.

3.2 Create an Alumni Association to build relationships and leverage community resources to support real- world applications in the classroom.

3.3 Infuse science, technology, engineering, arts and math applications into our instruction to produce authentic learning experiences.

3.4 Create a secure, world-class learning environment that meets the social, emotional, and educational needs of every student to ensure they meet their full potential

Year 1 – Selected Specific Results

While all the specific results listed under each goal are important, the strategic design team selected the
following specific results to be accomplished in year one.

3.1 Implement a student-learning framework that will focus on rigorous instruction, emotional intelligence and competitive job skills.

strat3-resultsAction Steps:

  1. Create tiered professional development training in the student learning framework for instructional staff on classroom management, progress monitoring, pedagogy and core content.
  2. Develop lines of communication with teachers to include: suggestion boxes, surveys (twice a year) on the needs and collection of information on resources needed to support the framework.
  3. Define and clarify rigor, emotional intelligence and competitive job skills regarding tiered professional development services.
  4. Conduct pre and post meetings (Focus Groups) to review feedback to review and address concerns with campus administration and instructional campus staff.
  5. Define and identify the who, what, when, where and why of professional development to be delivered at every campus and/or district all based on need.

Leadership Model

A key element in our quest for continuous improvement also centers on the individual. It is best explained through our new leadership model. Our model centers on the instructional core perspective through high level content, strong teacher skill and student engagement. It emphasizes the business perspective (total quality management), synergistic relationships, continuous improvement through self-evaluation, and the creation of systems and processes that enhance the learning and working environment. It also embraces the development of one’s emotional intelligence through self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills, creating a positive culture and climate in our learning environment assuring a sense of belonging. District-wide training on our leadership model is underway to include all employees and students.


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