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					                                                                  Most Significant Change Process
                                                                               27-6-03

       1. All participants were thanked for their contributions of stories.
       2. Choices were made as to which of the stories we would focus on, in the time available.
       3. A table was drawn on the white board (as below).
       4. The name of the first story written on the table.
       5. The facilitator asked the participants to respond to the story and as the responses were given,
              the responses were written on the table in either column two or three.
       6. Once the responses to the first story were complete, a brief review of the points in each of
              columns two and three was given by the facilitator.
       7. This process was repeated for each of the other stories.
       8. Once this process was complete, participants were asked to vote for the story that most
              represents their values at this time. Participants only vote once.
       9. These votes are recorded on the board.
       10. After the voting for each of the stories was complete, participants were asked to say why they
              voted for the story. This develops into a wider discussion of the positives and negatives of the
              story. These points are recorded as they arise in columns 4 and 5.
       11. This process was repeated for each of the other stories.
       12. When this process is complete, participants are asked to vote again for the story that most
              represents their values at this time. Participants only vote once.
       13. Once this process is complete the facilitator summarises what the results show.



                                                                                         The results


The final voting was evenly divided between the first and third story. This reflects that the current
focus is on the both individual teachers’ response to the ESL Scope and Scales, as well as the
processes that need to be in place to make the implementation successful. It was noted that this focus
will most likely change to the impact on students’ learning as the implementation process
progresses.


                                                                                        Future steps

Possibilities for repeat of the process:
 •   with the remaining stories at another Evaluation Day
 •   DSPs – with stories from teachers and students
 •   principals of Service Agreement schools – with stories from DSPs, teachers and students
 •   LOCG executive – with stories from ESL team, DSPs, teachers and students

Further discussion about future steps will be discussed at Planning Day



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