As a first step towards implementing our Ends policies, the BRSU established a Personalization Logic Model comprised of Inputs, Activities, Student Outcomes, and Organizational Outputs that we believe will guide us through the process, including:



  • Haiku Digital Learning
  • Google Apps
  • Instructional Leadership Team
  • Ends and monitoring policies
  • 1:1 computing
  • Computer network
  • NWEA MAPS data
  • Participation in Teaming for Transformation (T4T)
  • Curriculum work: essential outcomes and priority standards
  • Glossary of terms
  • Expansion of network infrastructure
    • Fiber WAN
    • Increased bandwidth
    • Managed wireless
  • Shift the Role of Teachers to be Designers and Managers of Student Learning
    • Constructivist classrooms
    • Just-­in-­time PD
    • Leveraging Haiku and the Haiku library to address individual student learning needs irrespective of assigned grade levels
    • Data teams and revised local assessment plan to acknowledge NWEA real-­time data
  • Create a new system for the authentic documentation of student learning ­– e-portfolio
    • Student-­directed planning and assessment tool
    • A collaborative process that involves the student, teachers, and parents
    • Focuses on the three domains: 1) academic & personal, 2) social & career, and 3) aspirations



  • Deeper learning, in which students are usingtheir knowledge and skills in a way that prepares them for real life.
  • Mastery of core academic content
  • Think critically and solve complex problems
  • Work collaboratively
  • Communicate effectively
  • Learn how to learn (e.g., self-­directed learning)
  • Learn tools and dispositions to make a positive contribution to a democratic society
  • Organizational structures support students owning their learning.
  • A system of disciplined, lateral innovation that’s known and well established among educators.