Instructional Rounds Institute. Jamie Spugnardi Liz Storey February 8, 2011. GRREC’s Support for Instructional Rounds School Year 2010-2011. October 18-20 Instructional Rounds Institute November, January Follow-up Conference Calls & MarchMarch 9 th , Wiki Site
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February 8, 2011
October 18-20Instructional Rounds Institute
November, January Follow-up Conference Calls
& MarchMarch 9th, Wiki Site
February 7-8Advanced Instructional Rounds Institute
Think about your experience yesterday in Logan County:
“Diving in and stepping back”
“Recognize the complexity of the work and
simplify it at the same time”
Share your Ideas
Stand up, find a group of 3-4 colleagues that you did not work with yesterday
Share your connections with the paradoxes
District and School Sharing
What has happened since our Fall Institute?
What are you planning for the future?
Supporting High Quality Teaching and Learning
how could you make it work well in your own school and classroom?
Double Loop vs Single Loop
How do the authors define Theory of Action and Strategy?
Is this different from our current planning process, how?
Trying out the Making Sense of the Work Protocol
Handouts 4 & 5
Principle 1: Increases in student learning occur only as a consequence of improvements in the level of content, teachers’ knowledge and skill, and student engagement.
Principle 2: If you change one element of the instructional core, you have to change the other two.
Principle 3: If you can’t see it in the core, it’s not there.
Principle 4: Task predicts performance.
Principle 5: The real accountability system is in the tasks students are asked to do.
Principle 6: We learn to do the work by doing the work.
Principle 7: Description before analysis, analysis before prediction, prediction before evaluation.
THE INSTRUCTIONAL CORE
City, E., Elmore, R., Fiarman, S., & Teitel, L. (2009). Instructional rounds in education. Harvard Education Press: Cambridge, MA.
City, E., Elmore, R. & Teitel, L. (2010, April) Instructional rounds institute. A professional development meeting provided by Harvard Graduate School of Education Programs In Professional Education, Cambridge, MA.
City, E.,& Curtis, R. (2009). Strategy in Action. Harvard Education Press: Cambridge, MA.
Remember our Conference CallMarch 9, 2011