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Lindy Podzuweit • Hac Kham East Primary School • South Austrailia • [email protected]
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Virginia Johnson
Cedar Creek Elementary
Art teacher K-4
Bastrop ISD
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This was done as a way of stustudents
self-assessing
their
dents
self-assessing
their
gains/
gains/knowledge.
knowledge.
Bandelier Elementary School
Ave SE
SE
3309 Pershing Ave
Albuquerque, NM 87106
505-255-8744 (School)
Principal - Nikki Dennis
Arguelles
Patrick Arguelles
Tioga NW
NW
5708 Tioga
Albuquerque, NM 87120
505-890-5083 (H)
505-459-2348 (C)
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CAPACITY MATRIX
LEARNER’S NAME:______________________________
Getting Started / Taking Baby Steps
Opening Session
Using mistakes as a natural part of learning
Developing
Community
Improving systems
Setting Measurable Goals
Identifying Drivers and Barriers (Force Field Analysis)
Using multi-voting (Nominal Group Technique)
Using Tools for Using the following concepts:
Student
Impact and Effort
Achievement
Low Hanging Fruit
Span of Control
Formal Brainstorming
3-W chart (Who/What/When)
Making
Teams Work
Closing Session
Teamwork
Video
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5 dynamic factors of teamwork
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Capacity matrix form © 1996 langford International, Inc.
Please complete the following:
1. The most important idea I learned today was:
2. Three things I would like to learn more about are:
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I can adapt this to other areas
WISDOM
I know why this works
I know when to use this
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5
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Working towards a common goal
Getting team members to follow through
I can break this into parts
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2
3
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Building teams
KNOW-HOW
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I can do this on my own
CAPACITY BREAKDOWN
KNOWLEDGE
AIM/RESULT CAPACITY
I can do this with help
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INFORMATION
Evaluate yourself on each skill. put an “S”
at your starting point. At the end of the day,
re-evaluate yourself and mark your growth.
UPDATED: 19-Sep-01
Improving
student
achievement
through
Quality Tools
and teamwork
LEARNING PROCESS
I know something about this
Instructions:
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Donna Bearden
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SKILL
I can teach someone else
AREA
I can do this on my own
OBJECTIVE
I can do this with help
UPDATED: 1-Jun-01
Prepared by:
Donna Bearden
I’ve heard of this
Mathematics Grade 2 - Capacity Matrix
LEARNERS NAME:______________________________
order whole numbers through 999
Number,
operation,
and quantitative
reasoning
place value
use symbols correctly (>, <, =)
identify parts of a whole
fractions
using whole object
using set of objects
usebasic addition facts
addition
and
subtraction
twos
threes
fours
fives
sixes
sevens
eights
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solve 2-digit problems using subtraction
show and describe what happens when equal sets
multiplication
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objects are put together into one set
show and describe what happens when a set of
objects is seperated into equal sets
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solve 2-digit problems using addition