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ross s road to distributed leadershi p lisa hodits director of curriculum and personnel
Ross’s Road to

Distributed Leadership

Lisa Hodits, Director of Curriculum and Personnel

ross demographics
Ross Demographics
  • Morgan Elementary

Enrollment 460

  • Elda Elementary

Enrollment 645

  • Ross Middle School

Enrollment 900

  • Ross High School

Enrollment 950

Excellent With Distinction

2008 and 2009

where ross began
Where Ross Began
  • Decentralized leadership-complete building autonomy
  • Committed to North Central leadership, building goals developed by building leadership teams
  • No coordinated instructional planning
  • or goal setting
2009 2010 initiatives
2009-2010 Initiatives
  • District Writing Team
  • Child Study Process District Core Team focus-(RTI)
  • District Special Education Department focus on Reading
  • District work on Concept Mapping/Essential Understanding/Short Cycle Assessment Curriculum work
  • District Leadership Team => Data Team
district data team
District Data Team
  • Capacity building on distributive leadership, OIP, and focused planning through the OLAC modules
  • Focus on deeply understanding and utilizing existing data collection effectively using Victoria Bernhardt’s book Data, Data Everywhere
  • Defining focused instructional goal utilizing

Dr. Marzano\'sVision Document: The Three

Critical Commitments

olac exploration
OLAC exploration
  • Team exploration on December 3rd
  • Follow up discussion and Force Field Analysis of North Central versus OIP model
  • Module One team discussion December 11th
  • Team professional development on Decision Framework and analysis of current status
olac and ohio s leadership development framework
OLAC and Ohio’s Leadership Development Framework

Ohio’s Leadership Development Framework sets forth the foundation improve the quality of leadership in Ohio’s districts and schools.

Those who are committed to this work know that the journey ahead not be easy; that the path involves moving this framework into action through the implementation of these essential leadership practices throughout all levels of Ohio’s educational system.

The development of this framework is only the first step in our journey, but it is an important first step as we continue the pursuit of Ohio’s vision of higher achievement for all students.

january module 2
January-Module 2

Module 2: Creating Cultures Grounded in Data - Ohio Improvement Process

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February-Module 3

  • Module 3: Developing Shared Accountability - The Why, Who, How, and What of Teams

Do we do this?

movement towards distributed building capacity
Movement towards distributed building capacity

Capacity Building with District and Building administrators

Building administrators provide overview information with BLT members

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March-Module 4

  • Module 4: Development of a Focused Plan
  • Common Pitfalls discussion
    • Examining parts but not the whole
    • Districts and schools are awash in data
    • Ineffective goals
    • Jumping to solutions
    • Biting off more than one can chew
    • Implementation by
    • announcement
    • Monitoring only half the data
    • Too little, too late
    • Checking for Compliance
    • Reporting as an End
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April-Module 5

Module 5: The Collaborative Process

slide14

May-Module 6

Module 6: The Change Process

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