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Mike Rutherford – The Artisan Teacher (Powerpoint Slides)

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The Artisan Approach:
Capitalize on your talents and
manage around your non-talents
A Primer on Talent
Neural nature
Traces
Types
Themes
Non-talent?
Get a little better
Get a partner
Make a support system
Overwhelm NT with T
Just don’t do it
Connection
Teaching new curriculum by identifying
and “building on” past learning and
experience
Mental Models
Employing images, sensory
representations, symbol systems, and
creative processing methodologies to
create mental frameworks for learning
Personal Relevance
Linking new learning to students’ survival
and/or immediate well-being
Locale Memory
Teaching to the brain’s 3-dimensional,
spatial memory system
A Logic Model
Theory in use…
Way of thinking…
Rationale…
Life
(as a school administrator)
Brevity
Fragmentation
Diversity
Leverage
Mechanical advantage
Effect size
Teaching Quality
Content knowledge
Pedagogical skill
Compelling nature
Coaching & Feedback
Pattern recognition
Retrieval fluency
Coaching & feedback skills
School Culture
Attracts talent
Repels problems
30 Second Feedback
Cushion Teaching Learning + Tag
Discussion
Theme
5 Minute Feedback
Cushion Teaching Learning + Tag
Creating an Artisan Culture
What is an Artisan Teacher?
1. The opportunity to work with other talented
An Artisan is part scientist, part artist, part skilled laborer.
artisans
An Artisan is a craftsperson… one skilled in the applied
arts.
2. The opportunity to work with
administrators who can develop artisans’
talents.
Performance Feedback
Increasing student persistence by
delivering abundant, immediate, and
specific knowledge of results
Overt Responses
Obtaining “proof of learning” from
students during instruction
What
is
an
Artisan?
What is an Artisan Teacher?
An Artisan
ispart
part
scientist,
part
part
An Artisan is
scientist,
part artist,
partartist,
skilled laborer.
An Artisan is a craftsperson… one skilled in the applied
skilled
laborer.
An
Artisan
is
a
craftsperson…
arts.
one skilled in the applied arts.
A Primer on Talent
Neural nature
Traces
Types
Themes
Neural Pruning
Paring back of connections to create
useful neural networks… birth through
age 22.
Talent Friendly Characteristics:
Value
Appreciate
Recognize
Develop
Agree or disagree?
“Never, never, never give up!”
Winston Churchill
A Logic Model
for turning teaching talent into
student achievement
Agree or disagree?
“Success is 1% inspiration and 99%
perspiration”
Thomas Edison
Agree or disagree?
Q: How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
A: Practice, practice, practice.
Conscious Attention
Gaining, keeping, and applying the
learner’s finite attention span to the
intended curriculum
The Artisan Approach:
Capitalize on your talents and
manage around your non-talents
Chunking
Dividing the learning into small, discreet
“packets of information” to avoid memory
overload and enhance recall
The Information Processing Model
Sensory
Register
Working
Memory
Long-Term
Memory
Neural Downshifting
Controlling the learning environment so
as to keep students’ brains engaged in
higher order thinking
Enriched Environments
Modifying the classroom’s physical and
social/emotional attributes to enhance
attention, effort, persistence, and
achievement
Practice
Improving recall and application through
skillful rehearsal, repetition, drill, study,
and review
23
Principles of Learning
Themes of Talent
The Elements of Temperament:
Dominance, Influence, Steadiness,
Conscientiousness
Teacher Efficacy
Content knowledge
Pedagogical skill
Compelling nature
First-Time Learning
Capitalizing on the brain’s tendency to
attend to, process deeply, and remember
well, learning it regards as new, original,
or novel
Success
Employing the frames of aptitude,
persistence, perception, prior experience,
value, and consequences to maximize
student effort
It’s all based on
Talent
7 Tools Training
30 second feedback
5 minute feedback
Reflective planning
Positive reinforcement coaching
Instructional coaching
Small group coaching
Teaching studies
Creating
an Artisan
Artisan Teacher?
Culture
What is an
An Artisan
is part scientist,
part artist, part
skilled laborer.
Artisan
teachers
seek employment
at schools
that
An Artisan
a craftsperson…
one skilled in the applied
have
theseistwo
characteristics…
arts.
[from exit interviews of “migrating artisans”]
Efficacy
A sense of profound
satisfaction that comes from
successfully applying one’s
talents to a difficult task.
Elements of Efficacy
Knowledge
Skill
Compelling Nature
Clear Learning Goals
What would I like my students to know
and be able to do in the next 20 minutes?
Congruency
Matching activities, information,
questions and responses precisely to the
clear learning goal
LCS
Creating the Learning
Centered School
Diagnosis
Determining what students are next ready
to learn
Task Analysis
A sequential “roadmap” to the clear
learning goal
Mid-Course Corrections
“Having a lesson plan but not believing it”
What
Whatis
isan
anArtisan
ArtisanTeacher?
Teacher?
AnArtisan
Artisan isispart
partpart
artist,
part skilled
laborer.
An
partscientist,
scientist,
artist,
part skilled
An Artisan
a craftsperson…
one skilled in the
laborer.
Anis Artisan
is a craftsperson…
oneapplied
skilled
inarts.
the applied arts.
6 Big Ideas
Clear Learning Goals
Congruency
Task Analysis
Diagnosis
Overt Responses
Mid-Course Corrections
For more information on the five Artisan
principles, visit www.rutherfordlg.com
Click on “The Artisan Teacher”
Then, the Artisan Teacher printable
brochure (.pdf)
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