The Nebraska Leadership Initiative. Module Three: Instructional Leadership for Learning A Collaboration between NCSA, NDE, and ESUs. Instructional Leadership for Learning. Instructional Leadership for Learning. Use of Data Curriculum Instruction Assessment.
Module Three: Instructional Leadership
A Collaboration between
NCSA, NDE, and ESUs
Make good decisions, work intelligently, work effectively and efficiently, change things in better ways, know the impact of our hard work, help us prepare for the future, and know how to make our work benefit all children.
from Data Anlaysis for Comprehensive Schoolwide Improvement
Defined as the collection, management, and use of information to enable the school or district to make informed decisions, take specific actions, and assess the results of improvement efforts.
from National Study of School Evaluation
The analysis of research indicated that effective schools must:
Effective superintendents ensure that each school regularly examines the extent to which it is meeting achievement targets. The attainment of achievement goals is the primary indicator of success.
from School District Leadership that Works: The Effect of Superintendent Leadership on Student Achievement
Teaching Schema for Mastery Learners
from Improving Student Learning One Teacher at a Time
Am I succeeding?
Does my teacher think I’m capable of success?
What does this student need?
Are my students improving?
Is my child succeeding?
Is this teacher doing a good job?
Is this teacher producing results in the form of student learning?
Is instruction in our building producing results?
Are our students qualifying for college?
Is our program of instruction working?
What adjustments need to be made to our curriculum?
Are our programs of instruction producing results in terms of student learning?
Which schools deserve or need more or fewer resources?
Are our students learning and succeeding and how much is it costing us?
Department of Education:
Are programs across the state producing results?
Are our students achieving in ways that prepare them to become productive citizens?
Where would you place your school on the Instructional Leadership for Learning Rubric?