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Becoming a World Class Leader: Leading Through Transition. June 2012. Division of Instruction Professional Learning Focuses for 2012-2013. Danielson. Professional Practice and Student Growth. Student Learning Objectives. Maryland Common Core State Curriculum. Collaborative Planning,

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Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

Becoming a World Class Leader:Leading Through Transition

June 2012


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

Division of Instruction

Professional Learning Focuses

for 2012-2013

Danielson

Professional Practice and Student Growth

Student Learning Objectives

Maryland Common Core State Curriculum

Collaborative Planning,

Data Discussions


School improvement planning

School Improvement Planning

Presenters:

William Ryan, Caroline Walker, Andrew Raith, Bing Zhang, Jonathan Davis, Molly Ketterer


Outcomes for our session

Outcomes for our Session

  • Understand your role in the School Improvement Process

  • Receive the new School Improvement Handbook

  • Review and discuss the components of the 2012-2013 School Improvement Plan

  • Explore the template


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

School Improvement Workgroup

  • Focused on How to Clearly Connect our Major Areas of Focus to the School Improvement Process

  • Focused on Improving the School Improvement Process and the Resources Available

  • Focused on Modifications Needed to Template


School improvement e nhancements

School Improvement Enhancements

  • Clear Focus

    • Modifications to Major Components of Plan

  • Adjustments to Process

    • Modifications to Major Components of Plan

    • Adjustment to Timeline

    • Added Roles and Responsibilities for School Improvement Team

    • Modifications to Rubric

  • Adjustments to Resources

    • Updated School Improvement Handbook

    • SISC Process Updated

  • Modifications to Template


Major components of school improvement plan

Major Components of School Improvement Plan

  • School

  • Professional Learning Plan

  • Goals 1 and 2

    • Needs Assessment

  • Student Learning Objectives


School improvement process

School Improvement Process


Adjustment to sip timeline pg 5

Adjustment to SIP Timeline – Pg. 5


Roles on the school improvement team pg 10

Roles on The School Improvement Team – Pg. 10


Modified sip rubric pg 18

Modified SIP Rubric – Pg. 18


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

School-wide Professional Learning Plan (MCCSC Transition Plan)

  • Outcome #1: Facilitate opportunities for school staff to navigate the curriculum toolkits using English Language Arts model units and model lessons and resources to support MCCSC implementation (ELA/Reading Teachers)

  • Outcome #2: Facilitate opportunities for school staff to navigate the curriculum toolkits using mathematics model units and model lessons and resources to support MCCSC implementation (Math Teachers)

  • Outcome #3: Create and deliver professional development that increases the skills and knowledge of school staff in the history/social studies, science and technology literacy standards to support MCCSC implementation

Professional Learning Outcomes


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

School-wide Professional Learning Plan (MCCSC Transition Plan)

  • Outcome #4: Create and deliver professional development that increases the skills and knowledge of school staff in the Maryland STEM Standards of Practice and Frameworks

  • Outcome #5: Determine the critical shifts in instruction necessary to align with the new assessments, based on current information regarding assessment development, design, and timeline

  • Outcome #6: Create and deliver professional learning that increases the skill and knowledge of school staff about the Danielson Framework and Student Learning Objectives.

  •  Other: School Focus

Professional Learning Outcomes


Alignment of transition outcomes to professional learning vision

Alignment of Transition Outcomes to Professional Learning Vision


Model for distribution of information elementary common core curriculum outcomes 1 3

Model For Distribution of Information – Elementary Common Core Curriculum (Outcomes 1-3)


Model for distribution of information common core curriculum outcome 4

Model For Distribution of Information –Common Core Curriculum (Outcome 4)


Model for distribution of information data driven instruction outcome 5

Model For Distribution of Information – Data-Driven Instruction (Outcome 5)


Model for distribution of information instruction for student learning outcome 6

Model For Distribution of Information – Instruction For Student Learning (Outcome 6)


Overall professional learning plan for elementary schools

Overall Professional Learning Plan For Elementary Schools


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

Small Group Discussion

The Professional Learning Outcomes

How will you provide professional learning opportunities to develop knowledge about professional practices and student growth?

How will you provide opportunities for staff develop knowledge about the common core?

How will you provide opportunities for data driven conversations?


Exploring the template https inroads2 hcpss org sipdemo index jsp

Exploring The Templatehttps://inroads2.hcpss.org/SipDemo/index.jsp


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

Small Group Discussion

The Template Feedback

What works well about the template?

What revisions would you recommend?

What support do you need to use the template?


Student learning objectives based on grade level and content

Student Learning Objectives (Based on Grade Level and Content):


A student learning objective s l o is

A Student Learning Objective (S.L.O.) is…

Adapted from New York State District-wide Growth Goal Setting Process – Road Map for Districts


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

  • Data Review & Baseline Evidence

    • What data sources and where is the instructional starting point for students?

  • Student Population

    • For whom is the SLO developed?

  • Learning Content

    • Where are students struggling with the content?

  • Instructional Interval

    • How long will instruction be focused on this learning content?

  • Target

    • To what point will students progress or master the content?

  • Evidence of Growth

    • How far did the students progress at mid-point and end of interval?

  • Rationale

    • Why this learning content? Why these students?

  • Strategies

    • How will selected instructional strategies help students achieve the targeted goal?

  • Teacher Professional Development and Support

    • What resources/assistance will help increase instructional effectiveness?

SLO COMPONENTS


Positive outcomes

Positive Outcomes

Adapted from New York State District-wide Growth Goal Setting Process – Road Map for Districts


Becoming a world class leader leading through transition

Small Group Discussion

Student Learning Objectives

What support do you need to implement S.L.O.s?

What support will your teachers need?


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“If properly implemented, student

learning objectives help teachers bring

more science to their art, strengthen

instructional support to the classrooms,

and improve the quality of the outcome.”

William J. Slotnik

Founder and Executive Director

Community Training and Assistance Center


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