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School Improvement: 
Creating the 21st Century 
Learning Environment 
By 
Lisa MacLeod
21st Century Learning 
Environment 
• Creates learning practices, human support and physical 
environments that will suppo...
Reality of School Improvement 
Plans 
Administrators today are face with pressures to improve the 
teaching and learning i...
Creating a School Improvement 
Plan 
School Improvement Plans include: 
Health and Safety 
School Governance 
Parental ...
What does it all look like? 
9/26/2014 5
…and the classrooms? 
9/26/2014 6
…and the teachers? 
Professional Development (PD) workshops include: 
Literacy and Numeracy 
Assessment for Learning 
I...
…and the outcomes? 
Student Learning Outcomes include “structured events that 
occur outside of the classroom, complement ...
9/26/2014 9
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Creating the 21st Century Learning Experience

Administrators today are faced with pressures to improve the teaching and learning in their schools and experience the pressure from all stakeholders. The school inspection results from year to year create a reaction towards education rather than creating a movement towards focusing on a calculated action plan for improvement. By designing and implementing a tailor made school improvement plan, all stakeholders will be aware of the action intended to improve on areas that will encourage and support learning.

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Creating the 21st Century Learning Experience

  1. 1. School Improvement: Creating the 21st Century Learning Environment By Lisa MacLeod
  2. 2. 21st Century Learning Environment • Creates learning practices, human support and physical environments that will support the teaching and learning of 21st century skill outcomes • Supports professional learning communities that enable educators to collaborate, share best practices and integrate 21st century skills into classroom practice • Enables students to learn in relevant, real world 21st century contexts (e.g., through project-based or other applied work) • Allows equitable access to quality learning tools, technologies and resources • Provides 21st century architectural and interior designs for group, team and individual learning. 9/26/2014 From www.p21.org • Supports expanded community and international
  3. 3. Reality of School Improvement Plans Administrators today are face with pressures to improve the teaching and learning in their schools and experience the pressure from all stakeholders. The inspection results from year to year create a reaction towards education rather than a calculated action plan that is carefully considered. By designing and implementing a tailor made school improvement plan, all stakeholders will be aware of the action intended to improve on areas that will encourage and support learning. 9/26/2014 3
  4. 4. Creating a School Improvement Plan School Improvement Plans include: Health and Safety School Governance Parental Communication Teacher Performance Observation and Professional Development Behavior and Classroom Management Assessment for Learning Alternative Assessment Strategies Differentiated Instructional Practices 9/26/2014 4 Individual Education Plans
  5. 5. What does it all look like? 9/26/2014 5
  6. 6. …and the classrooms? 9/26/2014 6
  7. 7. …and the teachers? Professional Development (PD) workshops include: Literacy and Numeracy Assessment for Learning Instructional Practices Behavior and Classroom Management Assessment and Evaluation Special Education (Identification, Referrals and Individual Education Plans) Differentiated Instruction 9/26/2014 7 Curriculum Development and Implementation
  8. 8. …and the outcomes? Student Learning Outcomes include “structured events that occur outside of the classroom, complement the academic programs, and enhance the overall educational experience of students through development of, exposure to, and participation in social, cultural, intellectual, recreational and governance programs by: – Encouraging involvement in the campus community and society – Encouraging exploration of activities that provide opportunities for growth in individual and group settings – Exposing students to various cultures and experiences, ideas and issues, art and musical forms, and styles of life – Informing students regarding college policies and procedures and how these relate to their lives and activities – Aiding in the awareness and utilization of college facilities and 9/26/2014 (From www.maricopa.edu) resources – Assisting with developing leadership, decision-making and
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