Defining Learning at Elk Grove

This is the home site of a blog series intended to document and define learning at Elk Grove High School throughout the 2018-2019 school year in order to increase student learning, give professionals autonomy, increase trust in our learning community, and foster a sense of personal-intellectual collegiality within the building across departments.  You can find all of the posts here.


OUR MISSION

To document and define learning at Elk Grove High School throughout the 2018-2019 school year in order to increase student learning, give professionals autonomy, increase trust in our learning community, and foster a sense of personal-intellectual collegiality within the building across departments.

OUR VISION

  • Connect teachers across all disciplines in the building in a quarterly meeting
  • Weekly class visits, coaching cycles and sharing video segments with the larger community of the learning taking place
  • Involve the PTC by sharing the narrative of learning at Elk Grove and inviting them to possible future meetings with staff and students 
  • Document and share a weekly blog post that involves student and teachers 
OUR GUIDING QUESTIONS
  • How do we define learning?
  • What conditions maximize student learning? 
  • How do we build trust with one another to increase professional autonomy and increase transparency? 
  • How do we share our narrative of learning with the larger community and stakeholders?

Introduction to Engineering: Patrick McGing

Part 1 - Teacher Quarter One: Point of View
Part 1 - Students Quarter One: Point of View
Part 2 - Did What We Hope for Come True?
Part 2 - Defining Learning and Conditions for Learning

Dual Credit College Composition: Emily Mikuzis

Part 1 - Teacher Quarter One: Point of View
Part 1 - Students Quarter One: Point of View
Part 2 - Did What We Hope for Come True?
Part 2 - Defining Learning and Conditions for Learning


Introduction to Strength and Conditioning: Anthony Furman

Part 1 - Teacher Quarter One: Point of View
Part 1 - Students Quarter One: Point of View

Honors Pre-Calc: Dave Dompke

Part 1 - Teachers and Students on Honors Pre-Calc

Introduction to Health Careers: Krista Glosson

Part 1 - Teacher Quarter One: Point of View
Part 1 - Students Quarter One: Point of View


AP Spanish Literature and Culture: Dean Burrier Sanchis

Part 1 - Teacher Quarter One: Point of View

Psychology: Melissa Curtis

Part 1 - Teacher and Students Quarter One: Point of View

Dual Language Program: Jessica Maciejewski

Part 1 - Teacher and Students Quarter One: Point of View







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