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Engaging in Observation to Ensure Instructional Growth. Leadership I and II January 2011. Linda Wise. Chief Academic Officer. CONGRATULATIONS Lime Kiln Middle School. Maryland Blue Ribbon School.

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Engaging in observation to ensure instructional growth

Engaging in Observation to Ensure Instructional Growth

Leadership I and II

January 2011


Linda wise
Linda Wise

Chief Academic Officer


Congratulations lime kiln middle school
CONGRATULATIONSLime Kiln Middle School

Maryland Blue Ribbon School


If we are to persuade all students to do quality work, we must involve them deeply in the process of evaluating their own work as they do it! This is concurrent evaluation.”

William Glasser


Ray brown
Ray Brown

Chief Financial Officer


Systemic expectations
Systemic Expectations

  • Know your students and the differentiated supports in place to ensure their success

  • Ensure students receive exemplary instruction that prepares them for college and careers

  • Have a process in place for continuously monitoring student progress

  • Develop a relationship with students and their families


Today s outcomes
Today’sOutcomes:

  • Receive updates on the Superintendent’s FY’12 Operating Budget

  • Receive updates on Race To The Top

  • Examine current best practices in observation of the co-teaching classroom

  • Engage in collaborative dialogue about best practices in purposeful observation

  • Engage in panel discussion about best practices when observing in the related arts classroom

  • Establish essential elements for documenting teacher observation

  • Enhance relationships between and among DOI colleagues.  


Vision of exemplary teaching for student learning

Vision of Exemplary Teaching for Student Learning

http://mlis.state.md.us/2010rs/billfile/HB0059.htm


"When you consistently embed coaching into your leadership practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”

Coaching for Results


January lead team
January Lead Team practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”

William Barnes, Coordinator Secondary Mathematics

Michael Caldwell, Assistant Principal, Talbott Springs ES

Sharon Kramer, Instructional Facilitator, Career and Technology Education

Kay Sammons, Coordinator, Elementary Mathematics

Melissa Shindell, Principal, Clarksville MS

Troy Todd, Principal, Running Brook ES


Gina massella
Gina practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”Massella

Principal, Howard High School


Reflection
Reflection practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”

On a scale of 1 to 10 predict how you would be rated as an observer.


Purposeful observation
Purposeful Observation practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”

  • Analyze classroom instruction with a focus on student learning behaviors;

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of instruction based on evidence of student learning;

  • Communicate through specific oral and written feedback the cause and effect relationship between teaching behaviors and student learning.


Shifting the observation process
Shifting the Observation Process practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”

Maryland State Department of Education: Division for Leadership Development

PC #3


Think abouts
Think practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”Abouts

  • The Purposeful Observation must be done by the Purposeful Observer


T practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”he observation process is an opportunity for individual, differentiated professional development.

Maryland State Department of Education: Division for Leadership Development

PC #24


Troy todd
Troy Todd practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”

Principal, Running Brook Elementary School


Reflecting as purposeful observer
Reflecting as Purposeful Observer practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”


Concurrent sessions
Concurrent Sessions practices, you will feel the competence, confidence, and courage to engage in conversations that lead to transformational change.”

  • BALLROOM A

    • Documenting Teacher Performance

  • BALLROOM B

    • Observing in the Co-Teaching Classroom 

  • BALLROOM C

    • Using Observation to Ensure Teacher Growth 

  • COMMUNITY ROOM

    • Observing the Related Arts Teacher


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