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All of the work done in Kansans Can Redesign is to be rooted in our Four Redesign Principles:
In Redesign, we utilize the process of Design Thinking in conjunction with The Four Disciplines of Execution (McChesney, Covey, and Huling, 2012).
Lastly, in order to be effective, you must have the proper conditions: Shared Leadership and Collaborative Culture.
Kansans Can Redesign works to support the Kansas Vision for Education. Learn more by reading the Redesign Project Plan.
Redesigning All Schools Across the State of Kansas-
Student Success Skills: There is an integrated approach to develop student social-emotional learning.
Student Success Skills Overview -
Family, Business, and Community Partnerships: Partnerships are based on mutually beneficial relationships and collaboration.
Virtual Family Engagement -
Family Engagement with Jane Groff and Tammy Mitchell -
Real World Application: Project-based learning, internships, and civic engagement makes learning relevant.
Making them ALL Beg for More! (ESSDACK) -
Personalized Learning: Personalized learning places the whole child at the center of instruction. It is informed by strong educator/student/family/community relationships to provide equity and choice in time, place, path, pace, and demonstration of learning.
View the complete Personalized Learning Definition document and Infographic.
Kansans Can Personalize Learning -
Equity and Choice in Personalized Learning
Design Thinking & The 4 Disciplines of Execution:
4DX and Design Thinking -
Using 4DX to Create a Culture of Change -
What can you expect from Regional trainings? Watch this video to see Regional Workshops in action!
Creating a Culture for Change- The Conditions -
Crisis and Considerations with Julia Fabris McBride -
Teacher Leadership Competencies -
Building and District Leadership (featuring McPherson USD 418) -
How do you get ready to Redesign? Watch this video to learn more!
Student Success Skills:
Introduction to Aces (ESSDACK)
Instructional Practices to Promote Self-Regulation in a Virtual Learning Environment (Dr. Noonan and Dr. Gaumer-Erickson, TASN)
Kansans Can Integrated Learning Process (Myron Melton, KSDE)
Impact of Trauma on our Daily Culture (ESSDACK)
Habits and Goal Setting at Fowler Grade School
Rebuilding the System at Peabody-Burns Middle School
Family, Business, and Community Partnerships:
Community Engagement at Ottawa High School
Business and Community Partnerships with Jay Scott and USD 290 Ottawa
Real World Application:
The Balance of Teaching Literacy in a PBL Environment (ESSDACK)
Shifting Projects to PBL (ESSDACK)
Finding Solutions- PBL and CGI in Math (ESSDACK)
Real World Application with Basehor Linwood High School
Getting Started with Project Based Learning (Edutopia)
Questions about this page contact:
Theresa Cote, CEOE
Ascent Year PLC Recordings
Redesign & Non-KESA Accreditation- Conversation with Ottawa’s Ryan Cobbs
Streamlining your KansaStar and Redesign Paperwork- Jean Rush, Tammy Mitchell, and Sarah Perryman
Aligning your Improvement Plans- Conversation with Cedar Vale’s Jackie Burdette
Setting Goals in Redesign and KESA- Jay Scott, Myron Melton, Mischel Miller, and Jeannette Nobo
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