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2.0 Leadership Team and Systems Review. SPRING 2012. Revisit Team Meeting Norms and Roles. Take a minute to establish your meeting norms and meeting roles: Who’s the facilitator? Who’s the minute taker? Who’s the time keeper? Who’s the data analyst? Other roles?. Team Time.

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2 0 leadership team and systems review

2.0 Leadership Team and Systems Review

SPRING 2012


Revisit team meeting norms and roles

Revisit Team Meeting Norms and Roles

  • Take a minute to establish your meeting norms and meeting roles:

  • Who’s the facilitator?

  • Who’s the minute taker?

  • Who’s the time keeper?

  • Who’s the data analyst?

  • Other roles?


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Team Time

As a leadership team:

  • Use the Team Profile and Meeting Schedule to determine the following:

    • Establish Norms and Roles

    • Do you have the right people on your team?

    • Schedule meetings for next school year


Leadership as an implementation driver

Leadership as an Implementation Driver


Based on the literature regarding effective school administrators colvin and sprick 1999 identified

Based on the literature regarding effective school administrators, Colvin and Sprick (1999) identified……….

The top 10 Principal Leadership Strategies related to PBIS:

  • 1. Maintaining standards regarding which innovations their school would employ,

  • 2. Making a public statement of support once the faculty selected an innovation,

  • 3. Establishing a representative leadership team to lead the process of implementing the innovation,

  • 4. Supporting the team members to have the time and resources to accomplish the task,

  • 5. Guiding rather than dictating decision-making,


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  • 6. Taking a leadership role to model and reinforce implementing the innovation with fidelity,

  • 7. Regularly attending and participating in team meetings,

  • 8. Providing recognition to faculty and the team for their hard work,

  • 9. Serving as the spokesperson to community stakeholders about the worth and importance of the innovations, and

  • 10. Establishing objective means to monitor and provide feedback to all staff about the effect of the innovation.


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“Critical to success is the administrator’s active role in supporting the school-based team process.” -Tim Lewis

THANK YOU

Administrators!


Principal self assessment

Principal Self-Assessment


The importance of systems review

The importance of systems review

The leadership team plays a critical role in developing systems to support universal and targeted practices

  • Create procedures for all interventions.

  • Support staff and ensure communication with families

  • Create links between universal and targeted systems


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Academic/Behavior Systems Assessment

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3

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  • Academic:

  • PET-R – Items 1-6

  • Behavior:

  • BoQ – Items 1-6


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Team Time

As a leadership team:

  • Use the Academic/Behavior Systems Assessment to assess your leadership team systems. (Items 1-10 only)

  • Review items 1-6 on your BoQ

  • Review items 1-6 on the PET-R

  • Record on the Priorities and Professional Development Plan - Summary Sheet

  • Be prepared to share with the large group the following:

    • One strength of your leadership team based on using the assessments

    • One action step that your team identified after reviewing your system supports.


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