|Orleans Central Supervisory Union||
On the evening of March 29, 2017 a group of OCSU students, teachers, administrators and board members gathered in the multi-purpose room at Lake Region to brainstorm and imagine what a student who is prepared for the world looks like. The meeting was facilitated by Beth Cobb, superintendent of the Orange East Supervisory Union. After a brief discussion of OCSU’s mission and vision statements, participants watched a video about schools and students in the 21st century. Beth then facilitated a fishbowl activity with students and teachers discussing what students need in order to be prepared for life after high school.
After this, we divided into small groups to have deeper discussions and to create a picture of a student who is prepared for the world.
As groups shared their pictures it was amazing how many commonalities there were. The wordle below shows the qualities and skills the groups felt were essential. Before we went our separate ways we identified some next steps, one of which is figuring out how to support schools so that all students truly are prepared to be successful.
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