Enthusiastic The Road to College Readiness and Culturally Relevant Teaching

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Devoted The Road to College Readiness and Culturally Relevant Teaching Patrick Briggs Assistant Director Texas AVID State Office pbriggs@avidcenter.org

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The Power of Change

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Session Outcomes Cultural Relevant Teaching Minority Male Achievement Infusing Methodologies into the Classroom Issues confronting Males of Color Solutions to shutting the Achievement Gap Educational Access and Equity Rigorous Curriculum as a vehicle for change Accessing the Curriculum for College Readiness

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Session Outcomes What is College Readiness? Showing procedures and systems to: Raise the Rigor of ALL classes for ALL understudies Engage all understudies to take responsibility for claim learning

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What Does "School Ready" Mean? "School availability can be characterized operationally as the level of planning an understudy needs keeping in mind the end goal to enlist and succeed – without remediation – in a credit-bearing general instruction course at a post-optional establishment that offers a baccalaureate degree or exchange to a baccalaureate program." David Conley, "Reclassifying College Readiness"

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Prepared versus Ready College Readiness How to explore the school framework How to take notes and learn at a school level How to compose at a school level; How to arrange your materials and time How to set individual and scholarly objectives; How to self-advocate College Preparedness Completing a High School degree arrange Turning in your school application Figuring out accounts

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Why Does College Readiness Matter? "We are encountering our greatest post-optional instruction blast in our history" "Out of 100 school first year recruits selecting in the condition of Texas, 56 will graduate with a degree inside six years" Raymund Paredes, TX Commissioner of Higher Ed.

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Our Mission AVID's main goal is to close the accomplishment hole by setting up all understudies for school preparation and achievement in a worldwide society. Consider your area's main goal What is your part in accomplishing your central goal?

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Plano ISD – Vision & Mission Statement Vision Statement Participating in Plano ISD schools enables understudies to have the capacity to adjust to new learning openings for the duration of their lives, work together with, and add to, the worldwide group and to be innovative and trained in their reasoning. Plano ISD graduates will be enabled to: Proactively adjust to new learning openings for the duration of their lives; Collaborate with and add to the worldwide group; Be both innovative and taught in their reasoning. Statement of purpose The mission of the Plano Independent School District is to give a fantastic training to all understudies.

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Equity is… . Raising the accomplishment of all understudies Narrowing the holes between the most noteworthy and least performing understudies Eliminating the consistency and disproportionality of which understudy bunches possess the most noteworthy and most minimal accomplishment classes Pacific Educational Group January 2006 Equity is characterized as far as result. No two understudies come to us at a similar place. Our occupation is to guarantee that ALL understudies abandon us at a level of capability that gives them a high consistency of accomplishment in their next period of life Mike Neece – AVID Director of Systemic Initiatives

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Equity is moving understudies from a better place to a typical place Equity IS NOT Equal

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Quick Write Who or What urged you to set off for college? How might your life be diverse had you not got your Bachelor's Degree? What do our understudies not think about school that you could let them know? What is an ability I required in school that I didn't get from center or secondary school?

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Learning situations that are valid, socially responsive and that expand upon the dialect, encounters, learning styles, and qualities of the understudies.

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Culturally Relevant Pedagogy These techniques are useful for ALL Learners As a decent instructor , you are as of now doing CRT and tending to ALL learners This is intended to upgrade your tool kit We will talk when all is said in done terms yet no subgroup is solid (No two understudies come to us at a similar place) Thanks for keeping a receptive outlook and being tolerating of thoughts and open to the data Part of this is intended to get a passionate response from you

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Culturally Responsive Teaching CRT is not changing what you are doing but rather changing how you are getting along it – change the conveyance… and give platform … devices to arrive Create lesson arrangements to take into account consideration of all learning styles … left-mind and right-cerebrum guideline Include development, cooperation with companions, and joint effort to make associations with the educational programs

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Address both in: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Left Brain Right Brain Logical Random Sequential Intuitive Rational Holistic Analytical Synthesizing Objective Subjective Looks at parts Looks at wholes

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Overcome esteem judgments in light of appearance and discourse Activate earlier foundation information to increment long haul memory Teach time administration Identify & create gifts

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Teacher's part is to change over potential vitality to motor vitality Teacher has exclusive standards of ALL learners Invite male good examples into classrooms

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Show associations amongst classroom and certifiable – importance, why? Furnish learners with racial & social pride Offer guidance in light of the present reality (not conventional counsel). Be straightforward, delicate to the truth, and self-assured in our perspectives Do not give a decision on going to exercises, for example, music lessons, scholastic clubs, social gatherings, and so on…

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Provide encouraging feedback for things other than games, music, excitement Limit TV/computer games – the 2 nd most compelling thing after associates Price-Williams and Ramirez (1971) and Hillard (1992) Students see environment in general as opposed to parts Prefer instinctive over inductive/deductive thinking Attend to individuals boosts over question jolts Rely on non-verbal and in addition verbal correspondence

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Give One – Get One Get 3 Separate Post It Notes One every one, keep in touch with one thing that you escaped the CRT systems to connect with understudies and to help ALL understudies get to your educational programs at thorough levels

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Jawanza Kunjufu Countering the Conspiracy to Destroy Black Boys Black Students. White collar Class Teachers. To Be Popular or Smart: The Black Peer Group Developing Positive Self-Images and Discipline in Black Children

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What Is The Most Powerful Influence On Academic Achievement? " When understudies, a definitive purchaser of value educating, are asked what this way to them, they are unequivocal in their reply; a minding instructor who acknowledges "no reasons" and who declines to give them a chance to fall flat!" Closing The Achievement Gap: A Vision For Changing Beliefs And Practices 2006

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My educators regard me, for my identity, where I originate from, and where I am going .

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AVID's 2011 National Conference National Conference December 8-10 Orlando, Florida www.avid.org CRT at Summer Institute

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Ron Edmonds We can at whatever point, and wherever we pick, effectively show all youngsters whose tutoring is important to us. We definitely know more than we have. Regardless of whether we do it should at last rely on upon how we feel about the way that we haven't as such.

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` A V I D

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Challenges and Choices: Raising Achievement, Closing Gaps and Ensuring College Access.

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Achievement Gap Equals Opportunity Gaps Teacher Gaps: Inequitable Distribution of Qualified Teachers Standards Gaps: Opportunity to Learn at the Highest Level Curriculum Gaps: Opportunity to Access the Most Rigorous Curriculum Funding Gaps: Fewer Dollars Spent on the Students who Need the Most

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Underlying Everything Is the Cycle of Low Expectations Low Expectations Poor Test Results Less Challenging Courses Low Level Assignments/Instruction

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Close these Opportunity Gaps and Achievement Gaps will close as well.

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National Rates Race and ethnic graduation rates in view of the Urban Institute's Cumulative Promotion Index. Incapacity graduation rate is from National Council on Disability, 24 th Annual Report to Congress. Source: Realize the Dream, National Report Card on Education and Equal Opportunity, got to 10/3/2005: http://realizethedream.civilrights.org/scorecards/national.cfm

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Only 26% of Teachers Believe All Students Should be Held to Same Standard

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Low Expectations Low Expectations: 71% of understudies plan to go to school. 32% of educators anticipate that their understudies will go to school. 51% of guardians trust their youngsters will go to school.

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The Reality... Almost 75% of secondary school graduates enter universities, yet just 12% of these understudies have finished a noteworthy school prep educational modules. Outcomes: High rates of understudies requiring remediation Low four year college education fulfillment rates Source: Kati Haycock, "Shutting the Achievement Gap," Educational Leadership .

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Students Who Require Remediation Are Less Likely to Earn a Degree Source: Adelman, Cliff in Crosstalk. Vol 6 No.3, Summer 1998.

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Academic Preparation Transcript Study: "The single greatest indicator of school achievement is the quality and power of understudies' secondary school educational programs. " Cliff Adelman, Answers in the Tool Box , U.S. Bureau of Education, 1999.

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Academic Preparation