Nearly 200 colleges and universities in six states have agreed to let students skip remedial coursework if they reach the college-readiness score on the 2015 Smarter Balanced assessment.
Creating a Success Culture: Transforming Our Schools, One Question at a Time
Anyone who would like to learn more about creating a success culture in a school
June 18 at the Lynnwood Convention Center, 8:30-3:30
Because it is part of a three-year project funded by College Spark Washington, there is no charge
Registration is required if one plans to attend the full day session:
Cal Crow at the Center for Efficacy and Resiliency
Description: When the project funded by this College Spark grant began, most students viewed the school as a place to make up credits and get a diploma. Now it is viewed as a place to plan and create a successful future. Students who had low aspirations (“I’ll just get a job somewhere”) are now asking about the SAT and inquiring about college.
The school changed its mission statement to one sentence, which drives both student and adult behavior: Scriber Lake High School will ensure that all students become successful by helping them identify, develop and maximize their strengths, skills and talents.
A student designed a “creative” mission statement poster which was enlarged and laminated, and appears in classrooms and hallways throughout the school. This culminating event will focus on the project, called “Your Future Now,” that was designed to change the culture of Scriber Lake High School.
Workshops and speakers, and conversations with adults and students who have helped transform a school. Each attendee will receive a professionally bound book describing one school’s road to creating a success future.
SBCTC Assessment, Teaching, and Learning (ATL) and eLearning and Open Education announce that the Faculty Learning Community (FLC) Grants are now OPEN!
There is also a Power Point presentation, if you’d like to view the slide deck individually.
Our fiscal guru MIchele Rockwell walks you through access to our online grants management system (OGMS) and the intricacies of creating a budget– listen for her Dr. Suess joke!
Alissa Sells, my eLearning twin, and I, discuss the criteria for our research-based, formative application process, as well as elaborate on our new mantra: learn, create, release (openly), and share.
Questions about ATL applications: Jennifer Whetham, email@example.com
Questions about eLearning and Open Education applications: Alissa Sells, firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions about OGMS: Shannon Bell, email@example.com
Questions about budget: Michele Rockwell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Read about “Implementing Quality at Shoreline Community College” Thanks Jerry Baker for your dedication to quality! http://goo.gl/ZkD3VW
The intro slides with guided discussion questions and the companion meeting notes (Google doc) from the regional QM conference WA System meeting are now posted on the conference website.
You are invited to review the slides and then contribute to the conversation by adding your responses to the guided questions into the notes document.
Will you be attending the “QM Works in the Pacific Northwest” regional conference next week?
If so, please join us for the Washington State system meeting. The meeting will be held on Friday April 10th from 11:00 – 11:50 AM and is one of the regularly scheduled conference sessions. Please come prepared to discuss the past, present and future direction of Quality Matters in our system.