2020 Combo Deep Dive Master Class


Deep Dive Master Class

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Meeting ID: 330 310 1040
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2020 Schedule (all times are ET)

  • Monday April 6th 4:15-5:30
  • Monday April 13th 4:15-5:30
  • Monday April 20th 4:15-5:30
  • Monday May 4th 4:15-5:30

Sessions At-A-Glance

  • Session 1: Clarifying – it's all about you
  • Session 2: Connecting – making friends in shark infested waters
  • Session 3: Communicating – getting to the heart of what matters
  • Session 4: Co-Creating – making plans that stick

Session-by-Session Resources
Session 1 – April 6th

  • TO PREPARE (everything is optional)
    • Take the new Superpowers Self-Assessment [link]
      • Once you determine if you are primarily a SolutionaryConstructivistPlanner, or Unifierread more in this detailed report.
      • Be ready to share your observations and learn strategies for putting your superpowers to work.
    • Begin to identify your goals for participating in the Deep Dive Master Class.
    • Download and use this planning form as you see fit (before, during, and after each session)
    • Make sure you are ready to use ZOOM (additional support below).
      • We won't have time to trouble shoot once the session begins, so please contact my assistant Ashley ahead of time if you need tech support.
  • Session recording
    • Live Session [video]
    • Content Only [video]
    • Links shared during Session 1 and/or related to content/issues
      • Video on The Effortless Coach [link]
      • The Yes Brain [pdf]
      • Tips for triggering the PEA [blog]
      • Offering lifelines [blog]
      • Latest page with resources for teaching adults [link]
      • Slides about quality PD [TBP]
    • Action steps shared by each participant
      • Elaine: Read and share tips from the Yes Brain
      • Carla: Do more reflection to figure out how to provide better PD; accountability and just in time reality
      • Kelley: Podcast 39; Popup webinar; 8 minute podcast
      • Tammy: Promise to take a deep breath and find some time to journal
      • Beth: See affirmation statement
    • Affirmation Statements:
      • Elaine: “I commit to bringing ECSE and EC stakeholders together to discover/identify common needs, goals, and outcomes so that they can improve collaborative systems resulting in positive outcomes for al children and their families.”
      • Beth: “I commit to using my “coping mechanism” to stay busy to identify appropriate instructional approaches that can easily be embedded by families in everyday interactions to help children feel S S S S.”

Session 2 – Connecting

  • Optional Flipped Learning Activities
    • Read this blog and explore any of the embedded links related to “shark music”.
  • Session recording 
    • Live Session [video]
    • Links shared during Session 2 and/or related to content/issues
      • Five types of empathy [video]
      • Awareness of emotions [free e-Book]
      • Blog on coaching with compassion [link]
      • Emotional inventory activity [Google DRIVE]
    • Action steps shared by each participant
      • Tammy: Emotion Inventory
      • Carla: Emotion Inventory; EI eBook; /Sit on the coaching with compassion view point and supporting the emotions of others
      • Kelley: Look at the coaching with compassion and Emotion Inventory
      • Elaine: Check out the dashboard resources; 5 types of empathy and EI eBook, reflect on tendency to briefly visit emotion; track emotions
      • Beth: Continue to think about differentiating communication (centered on discussion about assuming, guessing, and misjudging the needs/desires/preferences of others)


Session 3 – Communicating

  • Optional Flipped Learning Activities
    • Read and/or listen to any of the following and begin to explore the role habits play in achieving a change in practice. I also invite you to consider your role in modeling and supporting healthy habits
      • Free e-copy of “The Complete Guide to Mindful Habits” by Crystal Pirri [link] fixed
      • Posts in this habit blog series [link to part 1]
      • Podcast with Charles Duhigg [podcast]
    • Revisit the handout about The YES Brain and The NO brain, and consider the implications for getting to fidelity of implementation  [pdf]
    • Read this blog about identifying strengths [link]
    • Read and listen about seeing the adult behind the behavior [link]
  • Session recording [YouTube]
    • Links shared during Session 3 and/or related to content/issues
      • “Up Until Now” activity [pdf]
      • Master matrix for reframing problems [Google DRIVE link] [blog]
      • Links to replacement to traditional needs assessments
      • Blog on resistance and incentives
      • Blog on changing mindsets
      • Blog on “seeing the adult behind the behavior”
      • Creating a safe harbor handout [pdf]
      • Teach Before the Peak of the Storm handout [pdf]
      • Blog about lifelines
    • Action steps shared by each participant
      • Elaine – Thinking of a plan for upcoming PBA summer PD. Thinking about ow to check in with them – what do they already know, what is their shark music? Look over assets and opportunities handout. KPF shared resources on authentic assessment blogs (FYI they are now fixed on the KPF blog if you go to https://kristiepf.com/blog and search by assessment).
      • Beth – Revisit earlier action step about differentiating communication with others, particularly virtually. FYI, link to Crystal's book on habits is now fixed.
      • Carla – Spend time looking at the generative questions and how to use them better. How to break current thought cycle.
      • Kelley – How to identify strengths and see the adult behind the behavior. How to see what people are capable of.
      • Tammy – Spend time looking at the generative questions to figure out next steps. How will these apply to f2f trainings and home visits in the future.

Session 4 – Shifting the topic a bit – going to focus on how leaders, coaches, and PD providers play the important role of a stress detective

  • Optional Flipped Learning Activities
    • Blog – 1st in a series of 4 on how the 4 S's apply to us as leaders
  • Session recording [YouTube]
    • Links shared during Session 4 and/or related to content/issues
      • All my resources on the 4 S's are found in the section titled 4 S's on this page.
      • Google DRIVE Tiered PD table [link]
    • Action steps shared by each participant
      • Tammy: Look at tiered PD – particularly as we move back to F2F meetings and PD.
      • Elaine: Look over tiered PD document
      • Beth: Organize lessons based upon tiers
      • Carlas: Think more about splinter skills related to the basics
      • Kelley: See text to Carla;-) Thinking more about giving teachers what they need vs. the same thing and how this would play out/be perceived.


Evaluation of your Deep Dive experience [link]