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My job is to provide everybody opportunities to lead — engage intellectually and professionally. Everybody wins that way. But what was most striking was how teachers were treated. In Seattle there was a supply room open to everybody. The principal gave me the keys to the school so I could go in early as a new teacher to.

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Art is so essential. Here you have kids doing capoeira, art, dance. This is a guest post from Dr. Cruz, a School Design Lab fellow with Educate Dear Educators,. They spoke through tears about their schooling experiences. After the poem, I humbly urge you to read the 10 pieces of advice they gave us all. The words below in bold are titles to their pieces.

The words in quotes come directly from their soul. Have we been set up to fail to jail? And yet, even in a cage, isolated from the outs ide ,. Typed by Dr. These brothers then shared this;.

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Cruz, on behalf of Homies Empowerment. Note from Dr. Cruz: I am deeply thankful to teacher Ellen Dahlke, from 5 Keys, for allowing us an opportunity to come inside, and learn from the wisdom of men, who are currently caged, but whose wisdom is for free dom. Carolyn is a former teacher and Oakland public school principal. This school year, the School Design Lab has grown to add inspiring new Fellows and amazing new team members , and is looking forward to another year of accelerating school transformation for students across Oakland.

What are your top three lessons learned from leading the School Design Lab? Our first 18 months of SDL have reinforced my commitment to equity-centered design thinking. This process surfaces creative solutions and is based on the expertise of the community. It begins with engaging people who are affected, and using empathy and understanding to craft the school design. Equity-centered design thinking creates a bias for action, through one-day hacks, two-day pop-ups, and eventually, longer pilots. A lot of times we just need simple tweaks, better execution, and improved buy-in. Thinking smaller helps us focus on reflecting, learning, and iterating until we are seeing the outcomes we hoped for…and, maybe, some great byproducts that we never anticipated.

We want this process to become a habit. Communities are never static, and transformational schools must be able to respond to the shifting needs of a community with grace, flexibility, and fluency. Love the idea of equity-centered design thinking. How is it different from the typical approach? The classic planning steps are: 1. Hold focus groups; 2. Lock yourself and colleagues into a room for days; 3. Cook up a point strategic plan; 4. Develop spiffy slide deck; 5. Explain your magic solution and how it will work. There are obvious problems with this approach. First, folks are exhausted before they even start implementing; and, second, they often encounter resistance from the people closest to the problem understandably so!

What are some examples of equity-centered design thinking in SDL? Principal Ashley Martin and her team are starting small, learning hard, and working tirelessly to creatively solve the problems that impact their kids. They engaged their families in the redesign process and visited lots of schools. They tried tweaks like modifying team teaching configurations, using flexible seating, and tinkering with how to best implement learning stations. When an approach resulted in gains, they went deeper. The result? An improving Kindergarten program with a personalized approach.

Hoover took the time — and frankly the risk — with smaller hacks and are now launching an exciting prototype of their education model from which they will continue to learn. How about your other top two learnings? Another important lesson from our pilot came from our SDL Fellows. They told us they needed more than technical support; they needed to develop as equity-centered leaders to manage the complexity of the work.

So now we work on leadership development too. We believe that both the technical and adaptive leadership skills are critical and learnable. And your 3rd learning? School transformation demands systemic change. Schools exist within specific contexts — districts or charter organizations, in communities, and within a regulatory structure. Change cannot happen exclusively at the site; other parts of the system must also adapt.

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Nevertheless, we hope that our SDL fellows can help system-level iteration and improvement. Future installments of our extended interview with Carolyn will tackle the tough question of how one advocates for more schools in a system with arguably too many already, how to improve existing schools while also supporting new programs, and what all this means for the future of the School Design Lab as it iterates and evolves with the changing landscape of Oakland. Over the next several years, this group will work through the complex process of envisioning, designing, prototyping, launching, and continuously improving a transformational set of Oakland public schools.

Together, this cohort will have the collective capacity to serve 4, Oakland public school students. Any way you cut the numbers, this is a powerful and impressive group of designers. Facebook Twitter. A Year in Review: The Progression of Our Transformational Schools Work For schools to become high quality, transformational schools, they have to be committed to interrupting policies and practices that perpetuate oppression.

As with many of our efforts, nearly all of which involve working directly with those closest to the problem — teachers, school leaders, students, and families at school sites, we learned along the way and adjusted in response to feedback: Less programming, more time implementing and iterating: Although they valued the programming, our leaders requested less time in meetings so they could spend more time applying the learning back at their sites.

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Jennifer Matthews Governance support assistant jennifer. Noel McDaid Senior account manager Northern Ireland As a senior account manager I ensure that our members experience a strong and personalised relationship with Jisc, enabling them to have ready access to Matt McGowan Senior innovation developer matt. Andy McGregor Director of edtech I am responsible for managing Jisc's portfolio of research and development projects. Neil McKett Full stack developer neil.

James McLoughlin Senior security engineering manager james. Joe McNocher Head of network engineering joe. Ariane Mefeukou Administration officer I work within the operations and governance team based in London. Stephen Mercer Software engineer stephen. Daniel Miles Jisc service desk team leader daniel. Emma Millard Internal communications assistant My role is to support the delivery of information and corporate communications to Jisc staff.

Caren Milloy Deputy director I contribute to the strategic direction of Jisc Collections, with a key focus on e-books and monographs, to ensure it delivers value to our members Helen Mills Research manager As a research and data analyst, my prime purpose is to design, manage and conduct a range of ad-hoc and continuous qualitative and quantitative research Hemlata Mistry Network engineer hemlata.

Louise Mitchell Resourcing partner louise. Kelly Mitchell Quotes coordinator kelly. Brian Mitchell Senior data services manager I have worked for Jisc Collections since as a marketing manager. Nik Mitev Penetration tester and security specialist nik. Gareth Moger Senior analytics integrator gareth. Lil Mogg Facilities and administration assistant My role is to support the division, and wider directorate, with general administration duties that include:Diary support to leadership teamDiary support to the account Nick Mole Infrastructure technical apprentice nick.

Marie Moment Licensing manager My role is to negotiate pricing and licensing terms for national journals agreements.

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Jess Moore Senior media and communications officer jess. Hetesh Morar Legal and contracts manager I work in the Jisc legal team delivering legal advice to all parts of the organisation. Jack Morgan Data analyst jack. Richard Morgan Project manager richard. Laura Morgan-Smyth IT helpdesk coordinator I manage the delivery of efficient and proactive helpdesk services to users of Jisc's IT and facilities services and undertake administration, analysis, reporting, supplier Tracey Morris Customer systems support officer I provide system administration for the Salesforce CRM and Remedyforce including:Testing and implementing new developmentsAdvising on opportunities for developmentSupporting users, including technical queries, training Charlie Mortimer Recruitment officer I am always looking to recruit the best new team members for Jisc.

Hanna Muldoon Trust and identity support adviser hanna. Ged Murphy Account manager As an account manager I ensure that members experience a strong and personalised relationship with Jisc, enabling them to have ready access to our full Callum Murphy Penetration tester and security specialist callum. Chris Murray Senior infrastructure architect chris. Michael Murray Network access apprentice michael. Georgie Myers Press officer georgie. Bhupendra Naik Principal optical engineer bhupendra.