BECOMING A LINKED LEARNING SCHOOL
If you are interested in creating a Linked Learning pathway, or if you have a pathway that would like to adopt the Linked Learning approach, we invite you to attend one of the information sessions listed on the document below.
If you are interested in finding out more about the process of adopting Linked Learning, scroll down past the document to gain an understanding of the Linked Learning onboarding process.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming Information Sessions this Fall!
How to Become a Linked Learning School in 10 Steps
The LAUSD Linked Learning
2015-16 Application Process
Principal and potential Pathway members attend a Linked Learning (LL) information session
Session Dates: TBA
This meeting is a brief introduction to the Linked Learning Framework and the Pathway Onboarding Application requirements
Submit Letter of Intent within 5 days of attending the informational meeting
Critical Dates: TBA
Include the date, time and location for the school’s informational faculty meeting so that a member of the Linked Learning Team can attend.
Principal holds a faculty meeting to discuss LL implementation
Dates: Determined by the school
A member of the LL Team will attend the faculty meeting identified on the Letter of Intent. Meeting agenda and faculty approval documentation must be included with the Application
Potential Pathway team completes the LL Application and gathers supporting evidence (see page 3 of the LL New Pathway Application)
Potential Pathway team may include: Principal, Assistant Principal, grade-level lead teachers, Pathway lead teacher, CTE/ROP teacher, counselor, RSP teacher
Submit Application with supporting evidence
Submit application and supporting evidence via email to:
Tiffany Spellman, LL Onboarding Coach
Potential Pathways are visited by LL Team
Dates: November – December
Appointment for visitations will be scheduled with individual school sites
LL Team reviews applications and school visit findings
Conditionally accepted Pathways are announced
Newly accepted Pathways will solidify a leadership team to attend the four Onboarding Orientation Meetings
Four Saturday Onboarding Orientation Meetings
*Attendance and Participation are critical components of the onboarding process*
Accepted Pathways announced