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Since the 1980’s it is a well-established fact that knowledge and skills that lead to social power, networks, and rewards have been advantaged to some social classes and not others. We must include opportunities for our students to develop their social power through developing a voice for interaction with people in power positions. They must learn how to create and use networks to leverage their position for employment. Their curriculum must include communication and presentation skills. They must learn how to develop their innovative ideas, become problem solvers and use the Habits of Mind to become effective thinkers.
Furr High School is an invitational school where people are trusting, inclusive, respectful, intentional, and caring. Programs provide a system of care that addresses the academic, social, physical and emotional needs of students. Our places of learning have no boundaries. Our processes are collaborative, current, and dedicated to preparing our students for the 21st century and beyond.
The Habits of Mind are deeply embedded in our practices. Some examples are:
Signs and signals in the environment
An artist designed graphics on the walls of the school representing each of the Habits. As you walk up the stairs, down the hallways, and in the classrooms, you are reminded of the Habits. Many bulletin boards and show cases focus on examples of student work with associated recognition of the Habits.
Emphasizing Habits for new hires
Every person who is applying for a job with Furr High School is asked a set of questions that are reflective of the Habits of Mind. In addition to being asked what they know about HOM, they are given some problem statements and asked what they might do to reconcile the problem. Each problem has, at the heart of it, recognition of a Habit. For example, the person is asked to give an example of when they use humor. They are asked, if a student were not willing to stay with a task, what would they do? The interview focuses on the individual’s ability to problem solve and build relationships with students.
Using the Habits as a part of restorative justice
The school designed a Thinkery in which students are either sent or volunteer to go to a special room where a guidance counselor is available. All people who are involved with the problem are present (for example, a student might be having a problem with a teacher and both student and teacher are there. A student might have been fighting with another student over a girlfriend—all parties involved are there). The Habits of Mind are prominently displayed and the counselor starts the mediated conversation with listening with understanding and empathy as their ground rule. They then proceed to listen to one another and attend to the various perspectives, thinking flexibly. At the end, they are all asked to look at the Habits and see which might be most helpful for them to work on to avoid the same problem occurring in the future. The concept of restorative justice is to restore the offending party back into the learning community through a process of reasoning and commitment to change. The Habits are a critical part of this process.
Parents are invited to attend meetings with members of the faculty during the school day. The meetings are bi-lingual and the Habits are provided in both English and Spanish. As the meeting progresses, the Habits are referred to in relation to issues and concerns.
The principal holds a court in which students appear based on behavior that must be addressed. The principal always uses the language of the Habits and students are reminded, as appropriate, about the need to develop the Habits.
Infused into classrooms
Classroom teachers all have the Habits posted in their classrooms. The AVID program uses the Habits extensively as does the PE program.
Disciplinary Actions with the Assistant Principal
The Assistant Principal, formerly the PE instructor and AVID coordinator, is immersed in the Habits and uses them regularly as a part of any disciplinary actions.
Three Year Plan
The Habits of Mind have been deeply embedded in the Furr High School culture. In 2017, there will be a new high school building called Furr Institute for Innovative Thinking. Our design includes personalizing learning with the Habits of Mind at the core of students becoming self-directed learners. Over the next three years we intend to:
• Increase our attention to professional development around the Habits
• Find ways to embed the Habits in our unit and pathway plans
• Continue to improve our work with restorative justice
• Continue to communicate and make presentations about our work with the Habits as we are invited to speak nationally
• Make certain that our new school has a strong graphic representation of the Habits throughout
• We will use our community groups as well as our school based groups, including students, to regularly monitor our commitment to the Habits.