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Leadalabama implementation training 2012 2013 educatealabama leadalabama section

LEADAlabama Implementation Training

2012 -2013

EDUCATEAlabama/LEADAlabama Section


Leadalabama implementation training 2012 2013 educatealabama leadalabama section

Christopher Blair, Ed.D.

LEADAlabama Project Administrator

EDUCATEAlabama/LEADAlabama Section

Tele: (334) 242-9962 E-mail: [email protected]

Section Website: http://alex.state.al.us/leadership/leadalabama.html

LEADAlabama Website: http://leadalabama.asc.edu (Open 8/1/12)


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LEADAlabama Training Purpose

  • Provide participant with:

  • Knowledge and understanding of how to effectively use the Alabama Continuum for Instructional Leaders Development to guide instructional leaders’ professional development

  • Knowledge and understanding of the LEADAlabama components and process and how to implement the evaluation program

  • Instructions for LEADAlabama program training and implementation at the local school-system level


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  • LEADAlabama (LA) is a formative, online, evaluation program for

  • educational leaders.

  • The program consists of a self-assessment, collaborative dialogue,

  • professional learning plan, evidence collection process, and a 360°

  • assessment, the Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education

  • (VAL-ED).

  • LA will be available beginning August 1, 2012.

  • LA replaces the Professional Education Personnel Evaluation Program

  • (PEPE) for instructional leaders. School system superintendents will be

  • evaluated by the local school board.

  • LA implementation is for all certificated, instructional leaders such as

  • central office administrators, principals, assistant principals and

  • specialty, central office and/or building-level administrators such as

  • instructional, improvement and program specialists.


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Importance of EDUCATE/LEADAlabama

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7P0dMwpagk&feature=youtu.be

Overview:

Dr. Tommy Bice, State Superintendent of Education, discusses the importance of EDUCATEAlabama and LEADAlabama, the formative evaluation online processes for teachers/educators and instructional leaders serving Alabama's public schools.


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  • LEADAlabama Development Committee

    • Recommendations used to guide the development of

    • LEADAlabama, the formative evaluation system.

*A main concern of the development committee*

LEADAlabama and the assessments conducted during the evaluation process must be contextualized to specific situations, and the primary focus of LEADAlabama needs to be individual growth.


Understanding the continuum

Understanding the Continuum


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CONTINUUM : Guide to Instructional Leader Professional Development

Foundational component for instructional leadership in Alabama. Tool for self-assessment, personal & collegial reflection, goal setting and professional learning.

  • Professional Study

  • Leader Evaluation

  • Leader Mentoring

  • Leader Induction

  • Leadership Residency

  • Leader Preparation


Purpose of the continuum

Purpose of the Continuum:

  • Create a shared picture or vision of the knowledge and skills needed as a leader to meet the diverse needs of today’s students, teachers, and schools throughout Alabama

  • Encourage the reflective practice of instructional leaders

  • Be a tool for formative assessment for instructional leaders during pre-service and throughout their careers

  • Guide the establishment and measurement of targets for the professional development of instructional leaders

  • Establish a vision of instructional leadership as a supportive and collaborative role rather than an authoritarian role

  • Encourage leadership within the school as well as with others in feeder schools within the system and beyond


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Refer to

Continuum

p.12

Indicators

Alabama Continuum for Instructional Leaders Development

Described at five levels of development


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CONTINUUM:

Five Important Notes About the Five Levels of Development

  • All of the 99 indicators from the Alabama Standards are incorporated into the first level of development, Pre-service Leadership.

  • Continuum projects developmental growth. Leaders, given new contexts, may occasionally find themselves moving from right to left on the continuum.

  • No instructional leader will be at the same level of development for all

  • eight standards.

  • Levels of development are cumulative, each level builds on the one (s) before it.

  • Leaders who assess themselves at Collaborative Leadership are effective. Accomplished leadership, identifies and develops other to serve as leaders ensuring exemplary practice continues. Distinguished Leadership indicates influence/impact beyond the school.

Refer to

Contnuum

p.12


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Levels of Instructional LeadershipLevels are progressive and scaffolds (assumes attainment of all prior levels)

  • Pre-Service Leadership: The pre-service instructional leader knows professional, best practices in curriculum, instruction, assessment, management, and leadership of a learning organization.

  • Developing Leadership: The Developing instructional leader is developing the ability to apply foundational knowledge and skills.

  • Collaborative Leadership: The Collaborative instructional leader gauges the effectiveness of his or her activities and decisions by their effects on student achievement.

  • Accomplished Leadership: The accomplished instructional leader builds the capacity of others, working relentlessly to maximize the effectiveness of all adults within the school.

  • Distinguished Leadership: The Distinguished instructional leader routinizes shared leadership within the school.

Refer to

Continuum

p.13


The standards indicators of the continuum

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 1: Planning for Continuous Improvement.

Engages the school community in developing and maintaining a shared vision; plans effectively; uses critical thinking and problem-solving techniques; collects, analyzes, and interprets data; allocates resources; and evaluates results for the purpose of continuous school improvement.

1A. Engages the school community in developing and maintaining a shared vision

1B. Plans effectively for school improvement; uses critical thinking and problem-solving techniques; collects, analyzes, and

interprets data; allocates resources

1C. Evaluates results for the purpose of continuous school improvement


The standards indicators of the continuum1

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 2: Teaching and Learning.

The instructional leader promotes and monitors the success of all students in the learning environment by collaboratively aligning the curriculum; by aligning the instruction and the assessment process to ensure effective student achievement; and by using a variety of benchmarks, learning expectations, and feedback measures to ensure accountability.

2A. Promotes the success of all students in the learning environment

2B. Collaboratively aligns curriculum, instruction, and assessment to ensure student achievement

2C. Uses a variety of benchmarks, learning expectations, and feedback measures to ensure accountability


The standards indicators of the continuum2

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 3: Human Resources Development.

Recruits, selects, organizes, evaluates, and mentors faculty and staff to accomplish school and system goals. Works collaboratively with the school faculty and staff to plan and implement effective professional development that is based upon student needs and that promotes both individual and organizational growth and leads to improved teaching and learning. Initiates and nurtures interpersonal relationships to facilitate teamwork and enhance student achievement.

3A. Recruits, selects, mentors, and retains faculty and staff to accomplish school and system goals

3B. Works collaboratively with faculty and staff to plan and implement effective professional development that is based upon student needs, promotes both individual and organizational growth, and leads to improved teaching and learning. Initiates and nurtures interpersonal relationships to facilitate teamwork, establishing professional learning communities (PLCs) that enhance student achievement.

3C. Organizes, supervises, and evaluates faculty and staff to accomplish school and system goals

3D. Creates a personal professional development plan for his or her own continuous improvement


The standards indicators of the continuum3

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 4: Diversity.

Responds to and influences the larger personal, political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context in the classroom, school, and the local community while addressing diverse student needs to ensure the success of all students.

4A. Responds to and influences the larger personal, political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context in the classroom,

school, and local community

4B. Addresses diverse student needs to ensure the success of all students


The standards indicators of the continuum4

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 5: Community and Stakeholder Relationships.

Identifies the unique characteristics of the community to create and sustain mutually supportive family-school-community relations.

5A. Creates and sustains supportive family-school relations

5B. Identifies the unique characteristics of the community to create and sustain mutually supportive school-community

relations


The standards indicators of the continuum5

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 6: Technology.

Plans, implements, and evaluates the effective integration of current technologies and electronic tools in teaching, management, research, and communication.

6A. Plans, implements, and evaluates the effective integration of current technologies and electronic tools in teaching, management, research, and communication

6B. Models the use of technology for personal and professional productivity

6C. Understands and applies system, state, and federal policies governing technology use in schools


The standards indicators of the continuum6

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 7: Management of the Learning Organization.

Manages the organization, facilities, and financial resources; implements operational plans; and promotes collaboration to create a safe and effective learning environment.

7A. Manages the organization and facilities; implements operational plans

7B. Manages financial resources to accomplish school goals and priorities

7C. Promotes collaboration to create a safe and effective learning environment

7D. Allocates, monitors, and protects the use of instructional time to achieve student success


The standards indicators of the continuum7

The Standards & Indicators of the Continuum

Standard 8: Ethics.

Demonstrates honesty, integrity, and fairness to guide school policies and practices consistent with current legal and ethical standards for professional educators.

8A. Demonstrates honesty, integrity, and fairness consistent with ethical standards for professional educators

8B. Develops and acts on well-reasoned beliefs, based upon an understanding of teaching and learning


Eight standards 23 indicators key points

EIGHT STANDARDS & 23 INDICATORS: KEY POINTS

  • Separate and discrete skills, however, rarely are performed as separate functions

  • All eight standards are interconnected

  • Provide a common vocabulary for thinking about the job of instructional leadership

  • Reflection, self-assessment, and shared dialogue make personal meaning of the Standards and the Continuum


Turn talk

Turn & Talk

Share your thoughts about the Continuum and the concepts that are central to the performance of an instructional leader.


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CONTINUUM: EMERGING THEMESConcepts that represent the philosophy behind the standards and are central to performance of an exemplar instructional leader

  • Striving for continual improvement is a constant focus of effective instructional leaders. “How can I do this better?”

  • Establishing a culture of distributed leadership, in which leadership is intentionally and purposefully shared with others

  • Collaborating in a professional learning community—learning with and from one another

  • Holding high expectations for the learning and performance of students and adults

  • Promoting equity

  • Developing positive relationships based on trust


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LEADAlabama Process

An online, formative evaluation program

Formative Assessment


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LEADAlabama Components

LeaderSelf-Assessment:

Alabama Continuum for Leadership Development - 23 indicators described at five levels of development

  • Results used to focus a conversation with the Evaluator about professional practice and areas needing improvement

    Collaborative Dialogue:

  • A conversation with Evaluator to inform development of the Professional Learning Plan

    Professional Learning Plan (PLP):

  • Collaboratively developed plan for professional learning

    Evidence Summary:

  • Documentation of professional learning evidencing active work towards leadership improvement

    360° Assessment:

  • Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education (VAL-ED), a multi-rater, evidence-based, approach to measure the effectiveness of principal behaviors known to influence teacher performance and student learning


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LEADAlabama Evaluation Role Types

  • LA Reviewer Instructional leader who may review system wide the LA evaluation files of all instructional leaders being evaluated in LA.

  • LA EvaluatorInstructional leader who is using LA to evaluate other instructional leaders.

  • LA EvaluateeInstructional leader who is being evaluated by LA. Instructional leaders such as central office administrators, principals, assistant principals, specialty area administrators, etc.

Registration in the ALSDE Education Directory required for LA process.


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What is the LA Role Type?

Superintendent

Deputy

Superintendent

Chief

Financial Officer

Associate

Superintendent

Assistant

Superintendent

Chief

Academic Officer

Special Education

Director

Curriculum

Coordinator

Principal

Education

Specialist

Education

Specialist

Assistant

Principal

Federal Programs

Director

Itinerant

Instructional Specialist


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Implementation Timeline

  • Self-Assessment

  • Collaborative Dialogue

  • Professional Learning Plan

  • Evidence

  • 360° Feedback

August

September

October

*Nov-July

March

Evaluation Cycle Closes: July 31


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Steps on Conducting the LEADAlabama Process

*Contract Principal: Evaluation cycle must be completed 90 days prior to termination of the contract period. For contract principals, the evaluation should be completed by March 15 of the school year to ensure that the 90-day requirement for notification of non-renewal/cancellation of the contract can be met. However, depending on the contract period ending date, the evaluation schedule dates can be adjusted accordingly. For non-contract principals, the evaluation process completion date is by July 31.


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360° Assessment for School Principals

  • **For Principals ONLY

  • Selected Randomly: Once in a 3-Year Cycle

  • Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education

  • (VAL-ED),a multi-rater, evidence-based, approach to measure the effectiveness of principal behaviors known to influence teacher performance and student learning.


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360° Assessment for School Principals

  • VAL-ED Implementation

  • Every principal in Alabama public schools

  • One third (1/3) of principals each year

  • Assessed once in a 3-year cycle

  • Administered in March, beginning March 2013

  • Face-to-face and webinar trainings


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VAL-ED360° Feedback

  • VAL-ED is a 360° Feedback Tool:

    • Taken by the principal, the principal’s supervisor, and all teachers

    • Provides the best feedback to principals

    • Incorporates inputs from the school’s entire professional community

    • All respondents assess the same facets of principal leadership

    • VAL-ED reports allow principals to compare their ratings against the ratings given by teachers and supervisors

    • Allows the principal to get informative feedback on his/her areas of excellence and areas with need for improvement


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The Conceptual VAL-EDModel


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Alignment Illustration – LEADAL and VAL-ED by ISLLC Standards


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For more VAL-ED Information:

Discovery Education Assessment

www.discoveryeducation.com/products/assessment


Leadalabama online process

LEADAlabama Online Process

Refer to User Guide for step-by-step instructions

2012-2013 Training Material

User Guide

LEADAlabama Steps 1-8Find Training Materials at:

http://alex.state.al.us/leadership/leadalabama.html


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Step 1:

LA Profile/

Adding Staff

Select

“Step 1” to view instructions.

ED DIR

(Ctrl Click for ED DIR)


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Step 2:

Login

Select

“Step 2” to view instructions.


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Home Page Features


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Step 3:

Update Profile Status

Select

“Save” after updating profile.


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Step 3:

Update Profile Status

Profile updated, may edit at anytime.

Select

“Switch to

Evaluator Mode”

to view your Evaluatee(s).


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In:

Evaluator Mode

Evaluatee(s) appear after you have been selected by Evaluatee(s) as Primary Evaluator

Select

“Switch to Evaluatee Mode” at anytime to return to your evaluation file.


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In

Evaluatee Mode

Step 4:

Self- Assessment

Select

“Start

Self-Assessment” Icon.


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Step 4:

Self-

Assessment

Select

indicator “1A” to begin assessing each indicator.


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Step 4:

Self

Assessment

When level selected, highlights all level(s) to the left, indicating the descriptors at each level best describe your behaviors, knowledge and skills.


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Step 4:

Self-

Assessment

Select

“Finished” after each indicator has been assessed.


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  • Collaborative Dialogue

  • Step 5:

  • Collaborative Dialogue Component

  • Collaborative Dialogue:

  • A conversation with evaluator to inform

  • development of the Professional Learning Plan

  • Select 2-3 indicators for areas of professional growth


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Step 5:

Adding/

Removing

Indicators

to/from PLP

Select

“Assign to PLP”

to add indicator to PLP.


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Step 5:

Adding/

Removing

Indicators

to/from PLP

Select

“Remove from PLP” to remove indicator from PLP.


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Step 6:

Completing

PLP

Select

“PLP” icon to complete PLP.


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Step 6:

Competing

PLP

ReadDirections for PLP.


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Step 6:

Completing

PLP

Only Evaluatee and Evaluator may edit content of the PLP.

Select

“Professional Learning”

to view

available PD.

Note:

Users may not edit PLP after both Evaluatee and Evaluator have electronically signed PLP


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Sample PLPs

Refer to Handouts


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Step 7:

Adding

Supporting

Evidence

Select

“Evidence Summary” icon to add supporting evidence.


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Step 7:

Adding

Supporting

Evidence

Read

Directions for adding types supporting evidence.


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Sample PLPs

Refer to Handouts

What type of evidence would the Evaluator and Evaluatee add?


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Step 7:

Adding

Supporting

Evidence

Select

“Level of Practice” to describe the level of practice for evidence.


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Step 8:

Evidence Summary

Select

“Add/Edit Summary”

to add Evidence Summary Statement.

Select

“Close Evidence Summary” to close evaluation process for the year.

Note:

Evaluation process must close by July 31. Contract Principals by March 15 or adjusted to meet 90-day notice requirement.


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* *Principals only, random selection

LA Begins August 1, 2012


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