Health and Physical Education


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Health and Physical Education

  • Health and Physical Education

  • Professional Learning Community

  • Rich and Rigorous Academic Conversation



To actively engage participants in developing and integrating rich and rigorous conversation using the following instructional materials… Common Core State standards for ELA Literacy and Technical subjects, National and State Health Standards

  • To actively engage participants in developing and integrating rich and rigorous conversation using the following instructional materials… Common Core State standards for ELA Literacy and Technical subjects, National and State Health Standards



Be fully present.

  • Be fully present.

  • Be responsible for your own needs.

  • Take risks. Be raggedy, make some mistakes—acknowledge them, and then let go and move on.

  • Accept conflict and its resolution as necessary catalyst for learning.

  • Lean into discomfort.

  • Be crisp and say only what is key.

  • Accept diversity as a gift.



Silence cell phones

  • Silence cell phones

  • Actively participate

  • Keep side bar conversations to a minimum



Preparing students to be college and career ready, and for the Common Core State Standards, is a responsibility shared by all teachers within a school.

  • Preparing students to be college and career ready, and for the Common Core State Standards, is a responsibility shared by all teachers within a school.

  • There are skills that are especially important for teachers to foster across disciplines, which teachers will explore during Systemic Professional Development and by engaging in Cycles of Professional Learning at their school site.







In sports, the most basic fundamentals are also the most important. One of the foundational steps in soccer, for instance, is the ability to receive a pass and bring it into control. Mastering this skill will hugely increase any team’s success, because the majority of any soccer game will be spent utilizing it. Sharing a conversation is to school what sharing the ball is to sports. Over the course of their lives, students will take part in thousands and thousands of academic discussions. When they become experts at sharing their thoughts—and at sharing the floor with others—they become exponentially stronger learners.

  • In sports, the most basic fundamentals are also the most important. One of the foundational steps in soccer, for instance, is the ability to receive a pass and bring it into control. Mastering this skill will hugely increase any team’s success, because the majority of any soccer game will be spent utilizing it. Sharing a conversation is to school what sharing the ball is to sports. Over the course of their lives, students will take part in thousands and thousands of academic discussions. When they become experts at sharing their thoughts—and at sharing the floor with others—they become exponentially stronger learners.



This quarter we will focus on engaging students in rich and rigorous conversation about a common text because:

  • This quarter we will focus on engaging students in rich and rigorous conversation about a common text because:

    • The Speaking and Listening Standards are embedded throughout all of the Common Core State Standards setting the expectation that students can speak, communicate and build an individual voice around the content they are learning
    • Speaking and listening skills are essential to becoming proficient readers, writers and thinkers
    • Communication skills are also a critical cornerstone for students’ future college, career and leadership success
    • Rich and rigorous conversation is integral to effective writing, which is our long-term focus for the year












What is looks like

  • What is looks like



What is it

  • What is it



Jig Saw Reading

  • Jig Saw Reading



Rigorous instruction requires students to:

  • Rigorous instruction requires students to:

    • Construct meaning for themselves
    • Impose structure on information
    • Integrate skills into processes
    • Apply their skills in more that one context and to unpredictable situations


Rigorous instruction involves designing and facilitating learning experiences that help students make meaning for themselves

  • Rigorous instruction involves designing and facilitating learning experiences that help students make meaning for themselves



Each group will be assigned an article

  • Each group will be assigned an article

  • Think about the author’s purpose for writing this article

  • Academic Conversation Strategies









During a discussion, provide students with a “Piggybacking” anchor chart that lists language stems to use. It can include language for agreeing, disagreeing, adding onto, or clarifying an idea. Ex: “Me, too because…” “I agree with you because…”

  • During a discussion, provide students with a “Piggybacking” anchor chart that lists language stems to use. It can include language for agreeing, disagreeing, adding onto, or clarifying an idea. Ex: “Me, too because…” “I agree with you because…”

  • “I think differently because…” “That’s because…” “I can add…” “Could you say more about that?” and “Why?” Challenge students to connect at least one of theircomments using the stems.

  • Anchor Chart: “Piggybacking”

  • Evidence of Learning: stems used; teacher’s observations











http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8n4DyFh9iWA

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8n4DyFh9iWA





What?

  • What?

    • Please check your City Schools email after today’s systemic PD session to access a survey link so that we can collect your feedback. You will receive a different email for each PD session you registered for.
  • No more paper surveys?

    • No. We appreciate your feedback but want to be respectful of your time and the environment.
  • Why?

    • City Schools is interested in gathering feedback about today’s systemic professional development and other district initiatives.
  • How will this data be used?

    • Responses will be used to understand the implementation of district initiatives and improve support to City Schools teachers and staff
    • Feedback will be shared in aggregate.
    • NO INDIVIDUAL RESPONDENT WILL BE IDENTIFIED.
  • Thank you very much for your feedback!



District PD Days

  • District PD Days

    • August 22nd, September 27th, October 17th, November 15th, January 31st, April 4th, and June 10th.
  • Registration

    • The next round of professional development registration will open late next week. You’ll receive an email notification when it does.
  • New Process

    • You will only need to sign-up for systemic professional development once.
    • After September registration, we will automatically enroll you in all future months’ sessions based on the content area/grade level you select for September.
    • You’ll continue to receive reminder emails with session details prior to each professional development day.
    • If circumstances require you to switch to a different content area/grade level you can contact Teaching and Learning for assistance.


Faith Covington

  • Faith Covington

  • fcovington@bcps.k12.md.us

  • Christina Kelly

  • ckelly@bcps.k12.md.us

  • Rohan Lindsey

  • rlindsey@bcps.k12.md.us

  • Terry Thomas

  • tthomas@bcps.k12.md.us

  • Alexia McCain

  • amccain@bcps.k12.md.us




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