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Schools that Learn. Building the capacity of the school to increase learning - Based on Advanc-ed Standards. Jeff McGee, Osan Middle School Republic of Korea. Plan for the Presentation.

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Schools that learn

Schools that Learn

Building the capacity of the school to increase learning

-Based on Advanc-ed

Standards

Jeff McGee, Osan Middle School

Republic of Korea


Plan for the presentation

Plan for the Presentation

Essential Question: What are the organizational correlates of effective schools and how does my school rate?

  • Presentation of Correlates

  • Rate my School


Schools that learn1

Schools that Learn

Schools that learn are organized around a few simple yet powerful correlatesthat serve to organize the work of the school toward the end of learning.


Schools that learn2

Schools that Learn

  • Vision and Purpose

  • Governance and Leadership

  • Teaching and Learning

  • Documenting and Using Results

  • Resources and Support Systems

  • Communication and Relationships

  • Commitment to Continuous Improvement


Vision and purpose

Vision and Purpose

  • The school establishes and communicates a shared direction and purpose for improving the performance of students and the effectiveness of the school.

    • Vision Led and Purpose Driven

      • Expectations for student performance grow out of the school’s vision.

      • The school’s vision communicates a clear and desirable end state.

      • The school’s purpose/mission sets out how the school will achieve its vision.


Governance and leadership

Governance and Leadership

  • The school provides governance and leadership that promote student performance and school effectiveness.

    • I am aware that an updated policy manual is maintained at the school.

    • Educators, students, and parents participate in decision-making at the school as appropriate.


Teaching and learning

Teaching and Learning

  • The school promotes research-based methods that facilitate achievement for all students.

    • The published curriculum is based on clear and measurable expectations for student learning.

    • The curriculum implemented in a manner that ensures educators know what it is they are expected to teach.

    • There is alignment between curriculum,instruction and assessment.

    • Some instructional strategies are common in all classrooms (i.e., writing).

    • Teachers work together.


Documenting and using results

Documenting and Using Results

  • The school uses a comprehensive assessment system that monitors and documents performance and uses these results to improve student performance.

    • The school maintains a local assessment calendar.

    • The school monitors student achievement in an ongoing manner.

    • Achievement results drive decision-making about teaching and learning.


Resources and support systems

Resources and Support Systems

  • The school lines up its resources and services to support its vision to ensure achievement of all students.

    • The school attracts high quality educators.

    • Staff are properly indoctrinated.

    • Employee performance measured against a clear and relevant set of expectations.

    • The school has a consistent process for supporting students who fall behind.


Communication and relationships

Communication and Relationships

  • The school develops communication and relationship networks that support its vision and mission.

    • There is a system in place to identify community experiences, resources, and willingness to support student learning.

    • The school communicates expectations for student learning to the community.

    • The school actively communicates its plan for improvement and the results of its journey.


Commitment to continuous improvement

Commitment to Continuous Improvement

  • The school establishes, implements, and monitors a written plan designed to accomplish its mission and provides an annual report on the status of its journey.


For each rate your school as 0 don t know 1 never 2 sometimes 3 always

For each rate your school as: (0) Don’t Know (1) Never; (2) Sometimes; (3) Always

  • The school is organized around a clear set of organizational standards/correlates.

  • Expectations for student performance grow out of the school’s vision.

  • The school’s vision communicates a clear and desirable end state.

  • The school’s purpose/mission sets out how the school will achieve its vision.

  • I am aware that an updated policy manual is maintained at the school.

  • Educators, students, and parents participate in decision-making at the school as appropriate.


For each r ate your school as 0 don t know 1 never 2 sometimes 3 always

For each rate your school as: (0) Don’t Know (1) Never; (2) Sometimes; (3) Always

  • The published curriculum is based on clear and measurable expectations for student learning.

  • The curriculum implemented in a manner that ensures educators know what it is they are expected to teach.

  • There is alignment between curriculum, instruction and assessment.

  • Some instructional strategies are common in all classrooms (i.e., writing).

  • Teachers work together.


For each rate your school as 0 don t know 1 never 2 sometimes 3 always1

For each rate your school as: (0) Don’t Know (1) Never; (2) Sometimes; (3) Always

  • The school maintains a local assessment calendar.

  • The school monitors student achievement in an ongoing manner.

  • Achievement results drive decision-making about teaching and learning.

  • The school attracts high quality educators.

  • Staff are properly indoctrinated.

  • Employee performance measured against a clear and relevant set of expectations.

  • The school has a consistent process for supporting students who fall behind.


For each rate your school as 0 don t know 1 never 2 sometimes 3 always2

For each rate your school as: (0) Don’t Know (1) Never; (2) Sometimes; (3) Always

  • There is a system in place to identify community experiences, resources, and willingness to support student learning.

  • The school communicates expectations for student learning to the community.

  • The school establishes, implements, and monitors a written plan designed to accomplish its mission and provides an annual report on the status of its journey.


Outcome

Outcome

0-35:Need Work

36-45:On the Right Track…Keep Working

46-53:Right On…Go Have a Drink

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