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4 dx update

4 disciplines of execution

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4 dx update

  1. 1. 4DX AT FANNIN ELEMENTARY
  2. 2. THE 4 DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION Another model that we can follow to make a mobile technology change at Fannin is 4DX, the 4 Disciplines of Execution. I’ve set out what the plan would look like on our campus and why. Discipline 1 – focus on the wildly important goal (WIG) Discipline 2 – act on the lead measures Discipline 3 – keep a compelling scoreboard Discipline 4 – create a cadence of accountability I’ve set 3 WIGs for the pilot group of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade teachers to focus on.
  3. 3. WIG #1 Discipline 1: • Students will use mobile technology to do online research and learning on a weekly basis by December of 2017. Discipline 2: 1. During the months of August and September, students will use mobile technology to research/learn online once every week in 1 subject of the teacher’s choosing. 2. During the month of October, students will use mobile technology to research/learn online once every week in 2 subjects of the teacher’s choosing. 3. During the month of November, students will use mobile technology to research/learn online once every week in 3 subjects of the teacher’s choosing. 4. During the month of December, students will use mobile technology to research/learn online once every week in all subjects.
  4. 4. WIG #1 Discipline 3: • A monthly chart will be displayed in each teacher’s classroom so that they can check off on a daily basis that they have completed the online research and learning aspect of teaching to the students. • Teachers will compare scoreboards at their weekly meetings. Discipline 4: • Teachers meet on a weekly basis to discuss lessons and planning. During these meetings, teachers will discuss if they met the goal. • Teachers will also discuss what worked and what didn’t work so that improvements for the next week can be made.
  5. 5. WIG #2 Discipline 1: • Students will use mobile technology as an element of assessment for 3 school subjects every 3 weeks by May of 2018. Discipline 2: 1. During the months of August through December, students and teachers will focus on getting to know the device. Students and teachers are using the device to do research and learn different subjects. No technology assessment will be due at this time. 2. During January and February, students will use mobile technology to create 1 presentation in 1 subject every 3 weeks. Teachers will choose the subject. 3. During March and April, students will use mobile technology to create 2 presentations in 2 different subjects every 3 weeks. Teachers will choose the subjects. (One presentation for each subject.) 4. During May, students will use mobile technology to create 3 presentations in 3 different subjects every 3 weeks. Teachers will choose the subjects. (One presentation for each subject.)
  6. 6. WIG #2 Discipline 3: • 3 bar graphs will be displayed on a bulletin board in the teacher’s lounge (one for each class participating in the mobile technology initiative). • Each teacher will be represented on the graph with an icon of their choosing. • When a teacher uses mobile technology to complete a project or presentation with their class, their icon moves up on the bar graph. Discipline 4: • Teachers meet on a weekly basis to discuss lessons and planning. During these meetings, teachers will discuss if they met the goal. Teachers will also discuss what worked and what didn’t work so that improvements for the next week can be made. • During the monthly technology meetings, teachers will compare their place on the bar graph. The first teacher to meet the goal for the week or month will get a “jean day” ticket. Opportunities for other rewards will be reviewed in the spring semester.
  7. 7. WIG #3 Discipline 1: • Teachers will view and complete online professional development once a month with programs like iTunes U, EdTechTeacher, or TCEA. Discipline 2: 1. Teachers can choose between various online professional development programs and opportunities to complete trainings and lessons. 2. Teachers must submit certificates or digital badges monthly beginning October 2017.
  8. 8. WIG #3 Discipline 3: • A online score board will be shared with the participating teachers. • Teachers will be represented on the graph with an icon of their choosing. • For every certificate submitted, the teacher’s digital icon moves up the scoreboard. Discipline 4: • At the monthly technology meeting, teachers will discuss what they online professional development they have completed. They will share what they liked about it, what they didn’t like about it, and how they will (or won’t) implement some of the ideas into their 21st century classroom.
  9. 9. SO, HOW WILL THIS HAPPEN? The 4DX model tells us that there are 5 stages of change.  Stage 1 – Getting Clear  Stage 2 – Launch  Stage 3 – Adoption  Stage 4 – Optimization  Stage 5 – Habits I’ve outlined how I believe the 5 stages will work for us at Fannin in the next slide and a half. • First, the reason for this goal has to be clearly defined. WHY? To create 21st century learners that have opportunities to be creative, authentic, and published. • Second, we must start the week that school begins. If we begin the school year by using the mobile technology for research/learning and assessment, it will be routine later in the school year.
  10. 10. SO, HOW WILL THIS HAPPEN? CONT. • Third, realize that it will take time for everyone to buy into the WIGs and stop resisting. Continue holding your team teachers accountable. Ask questions and get help from myself or the district’s instructional technologist. • Fourth, you will want to change the WIG and lead measures to more challenging targets. WOO HOO! We’re almost there. We’ve taken what seemed like an impossible task, accomplished it, and are now wanting to make it even more stimulating. • Finally, this concept will become a habit, something you strive to do every day without the mindset of a competition or goal. Now, it’s time to start over and set a new goal!

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