Presentation Packages

  • While TASA offers fully customizable services — including consulting, training, and facilitating — to help districts move to the next level of school transformation, we can also provide resources your district can use to implement transformation on your own, no matter where you are in the process.

    Our set of PowerPoint presentations, complete with suggested scripts and processing activities, are based on the principles outlined in Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas: the digital learning environment, the need for high-priority learning standards, assessments for learning, organizational transformation, and community-based accountability systems. All resources are aligned to the vision principles.

    Although districts can use these resources separately or customize them, they have been designed as a set of connected, sequential tools to assist districts in moving from change awareness to deep, robust levels of organizational transformation. Districts determine appropriate entry points based on their progress in school transformation.

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    Call to Action — Student-Centered Schools, Future-Ready Students
    (Download Call to Action for Free!) – This tool will help your district establish the context and rationale for change, identify possible areas of transformation, and lay the groundwork for the next steps in the transformation process — a precursor to study of the vision document, Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas. Includes: PowerPoint presentation with script, facilitator’s agenda, and related resources.

    Embracing the Vision – This resource is designed as an initial orientation on the principles of the vision document. It is designed to help stakeholders in your district establish a commitment to the school transformation imperative and aids in the developing of a shared understanding of the concepts and principles of the vision document. Includes: three versions of a PowerPoint presentation with scripts that target different audiences (district educators, school boards, and community members), facilitator’s agenda, and related resources.

    Vision-Driven Transformation: Aligning the District’s Mission, Vision & Goals – This tool will help your district examine readiness for school transformation. Participants engage in the alignment of the district’s mission, vision, and goals with the principles of the vision document and determine possible areas for refinement. Includes: three versions of a PowerPoint presentation with scripts that target different audiences (district educators, school boards, and community members), facilitator’s agenda, and related resources.

    Creating a Future-Ready Graduate Profile – This resource will help your district launch its efforts to develop a graduate profile that embraces the characteristics of a future-ready graduate. Using this tool, your district can begin creating a profile that provides a clear and compelling illustration of the knowledge, skills, and characteristics needed for our students to excel in school, work, and life. It encourages a collaborative process to ensure your district's future-ready graduate profile is aligned to the principles of the visioning document and your district’s mission, vision, and goals. Includes: three versions of a PowerPoint presentation with scripts that target different audiences (district educators, school boards, and community members), facilitator’s agenda, and related resources.

    Designing a Community-Based Accountability System for Student-Centered Schools – This tool will help your district lay the foundation it needs to develop a local accountability system that reflects the values of your community, as well as your district’s mission, vision, and goals. It provides an opportunity for participants to draft a proposed set of key features/indicators for a community-based accountability system with clear purpose by examining and analyzing research and examples from other districts. Includes: three versions of a PowerPoint presentation with scripts that target different audiences (district educators, school boards, and community members), facilitator’s agenda, and related resources.

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