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Novice

Morning Meeting

Traditional direct
instruction lesson
with little to no
student input.
ie, teacher reads
book and moves on
with the day
Morning Meeting
Tutorial

Global Connection

Traditional direct
instruction lesson
with little to no
student input.
ie, teacher reads
book and moves on
with the day

Learning Styles

Teacher teaches
within their own
learning style and
does not consider
learning styles of
students.
Example 1
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Example 3

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Morning Meeting
Teacher uncovers
the needs of the
classroom and asks
feedback/opinions
of students.
ie, teacher reads a
book and asks
students
feelings/opinions
about the book

Morning Meeting
Students and
teacher collaborate
to uncover the
needs of the
classroom and asks
open ended
questions for
solutions.
ie, Students and
teacher generated
problems and
solutions together

Morning Meeting
Students conduct
meeting with
teacher actively
participating.
ie, Students propose
a problem and
teacher sits in as a
facilitator

Global Connection
Teacher identifies
purpose for Global
Connection and
exposes students to
real world issues.
i.e. Teacher
presents current
events to class.

Global Connection
Teachers and
students discuss and
express their
feelings on a real
world topic.
i.e. Teacher and
students collaborate
to find current
events to discuss.
Possible Topics

Global Connection
Students bring to
the table real world
topics to discuss.
i.e. Students bring
current events and
lead discussion.

Learning Styles
Uncovering the
learning styles of
each individual
student.
i.e.-Give student
learning style
inventories.

Learning Styles
Uncovering the
learning styles of
students and
incorporating into
daily instruction.
i.e.-Give student
learning style
inventories and have
a collaborative
conference in order
to establish best
learning methods.

Learning Styles

Students are able to


identify their
learning style
strengths and
choose appropriate
learning method for
themselves.
i.e.-Give inventory
and students
self-reflect and
then choose best
learning methods.

Social and Emotional


Awareness

Social and Emotional


Awareness
Teacher is aware of
SEL standards and
incorporates them
into lesson plans.

Social and Emotional


Awareness
Teacher uses
SEL
standards
.Teacher
and students model
good practices.

Social and Emotional


Awareness
SEL practices are
evident throughout
day. Students bring
up issues and work
together to solve
them.

Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset
Teacher expresses
purpose of learning.
i.e. Teacher discuss
components of
G.R.O.W.S.

Growth Mindset
Teachers instill the
purpose for learning
and setting goals.
i.e. teacher works
with student to use
data tracker to
track and set new
goals.
3-5 Data Tracker
Example
K-2 Data Tracker
Example

Growth Mindset
Students exhibit
intrinsically
motivated qualities.
i.e. effort reports,
student-made goals

Learning
Environment
Teacher provides
opportunity for
students to
converse.
i.e. peer interaction

Learning
Environment
Students are given
ample opportunities
to express thoughts
and concerns.
i.e. Student input
during Morning
Meetings, students
responses are
respected and
valued

Learning
Environment
Students feel
ownership of
classroom and feel
comfortable
expressing their
thoughts and
concerns, knowing
that they will be
respected by their
peers and their
teacher.
i.e. personalized,
positive atmosphere,
students interacting
with each
other/teacher

Traditional direct
instruction lesson
with little to no
student input.
ie, teacher reads
book and moves on
with the day

Teacher meets
students where
they are.

Learning
Environment

Little to no
opportunity for
students to
communicate.
i.e. whole group
interaction vs
partner/individual
communication