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Building Leadership Teams 2011-12. Elementary Session #4 March 27th, 2012. Driving Continuous Improvement Throughout the School!. 2011-12 BLT Key Outcomes. Set and communicate direction! Effectively implement PLCs with integrity and fidelity at the school

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building leadership teams 2011 12

Building Leadership Teams 2011-12

Elementary Session #4

March 27th, 2012

Driving Continuous Improvement Throughout the School!

2011 12 blt key outcomes
2011-12 BLT Key Outcomes
  • Set and communicate direction!
  • Effectively implement PLCs with integrity and fidelity at the school
  • Align the work of PLC teams with the School Improvement Plan
  • Use the Plan Do Study Act cycle and quality tools to drive improvements for PLC/SIP SMART goals

Review

agenda
Agenda
  • 8:00-11:30am
    • Building Leadership Team Self-Assessment
    • Formative Assessments/PLCs
    • End of Year SIP Review
    • BLT Planning for Next Year
  • 11:30am – 12:30pm
    • Lunch at Double A’s
  • 12:30 – 3:30pm
    • Team time (Planning for the 12-13 school year)
effective teams make collective commitments to each other building leadership team norms
Effective Teams Make Collective Commitments to Each other…

-Building Leadership Team Norms

Review your team BLT norms before we begin our work today!

characteristics of high performing schools
Characteristics ofHigh Performing Schools

Common mission, vision, values and goals.

Ensuring achievement for all students with systems for prevention and intervention.

Collaboration focused on teaching and learning.

Using data to guide decision-making and continuous improvement.

Gaining active engagement from family & community

Building sustainable leadership capacity.

how are we doing
How are we doing?
  • BLT self-reflection… next steps?
instructions
Instructions
  • Review the BLT Self reflection document
  • Complete the BLT Self reflection document
    • 1st- Each individual determines a rating
    • Next- Once all individuals complete the rating, come to consensus on a “group” rating
    • Capture the “consensus rating” to report out
  • Be prepared to share your findings
    • Select a presenter
where is your plc team in the pdsa cycle
Where is your PLC team in the PDSA Cycle?

September 2011

March 2012 ???

November 2011

January 2012

pdsa reflection tool
PDSA Reflection Tool

http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22F7AEZXJ2U

share with your department group
Share with your department group
  • Smart Goal
  • Improvement Theory
  • Assessment used to collect data
  • Conclusions
    • Changes in instruction
    • Student achievement results
past present future

Past, Present, & Future

Learning by Doing, Our PLC Journey

aligning merging our work cc si plc blt s
Aligning/Merging our Work: CC, SI,PLC,BLT’s
  • What is it we want all students to know and be able to do?
  • How will we know our students are learning?
  • What will we do when our students are not successful?
  • What will we do when our students already know?
  • Developing District Course/Grade level Maps
  • Identifying Power Standards
  • Creating “I can” statements
  • Create Common Format Assessments
  • Studying the Common Core Math/Language Arts Standards
  • Developing/implementing Common Writing Assessments
  • Collaboratively analyzing assessment data

Assessment

merging si plc work
Merging SI & PLC Work
  • What is it we want all students to know and be able to do?
      • District Curriculum maps- tell what is important
      • Power Standards/ “I can” statements
      • Studying Common Core Standards
  • How will we know our students are learning?
      • Developing Common Formative Assessments
      • Collaborative Data Analysis
      • Collaboratively Developing/Implementing Writing Assessments
  • What will we do when our students are not successful?
  • What will we do when our students already know?
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Merging our Work

Departments

Math/Language Arts CC

Know the Standards

Identify Gaps

Identify How Gaps will be addressed

Resources

Instructional Suggestions

PD Needed

Language Arts- April 24th

Create District Course Maps linked to Common Core Standards

Create Common Assessments to measure how students are achieving on the standards

  • Identify Power Standards
  • Unwrap Power Standards and translate to student friendly language
  • Review Curriculum Maps for Power Standards and create District Course maps
  • Create a Common Formative Assessment for future unit
  • Collaborative data analysis
  • Update District Course Map as appropriate based on collaborative work & assessment results
connecting the pdsa process to your curriculum units from macro to micro
Connecting the PDSA Process to your curriculum units (from Macro to Micro)

Unit with Power Standards

Next Unit/New Power Standard

Study Results, adjust curriculum map as needed

Common Formative Assessments

(Pre or Baseline)

Post Formative Assessment

Collaborative Data Analysis

Instruction based on Pre-Assessment Results

pre assessment

Pre-assessment

Smart Technology- Clickers

react to
React to:
  • What differentiates teams in PLC’s from traditional teams is the response. In PLC’s, when students are identified as not yet reaching proficiency on the skills and concepts considered essential, there is a collective and systematic first response within the team designed to provide immediate support. These teams respond to student needs simply by looking for other teachers or staff, such as specialists, to provide the intervention students need.

(Bailey & Jakicic, 2012)

listen for
Listen for…
  • What does the World History PLC Team do at the beginning of the year?
  • What are the 4 categories on the chart shown and discussed?
  • How do the teams look at data?
protocol for assessment development
Protocol for Assessment Development

Step 1: Decide What to Access

  • Choose a future unit
  • Identify critical content/skills from the unit that you will assess

Step 2: Decide How to Access

Step 3: Design the Assessment

Step 4: Determine the Timeline

Step 5: Write the Assessment/Determine Proficiency

Step 6: Review the Assessment & Administer

January SI Afternoon

step 3 design the assessment
Step 3: Design the Assessment
  • Step 7: Identify Proficiency Criteria and DecideHow to Gather Data
protocol for collaborative data analysis
Protocol for Collaborative Data Analysis
  • Step One: Gathering the Data
  • Step Two: Analyzing the Data
  • Step Three: Planning the Response
  • Step Four: Reviewing the Assessment
  • Step Five: Next Steps

Chapter 7

Common Formative Assessments

sharing how has your plc team captured the data
Sharing: How has your PLC Team captured the data?
  • Smart Response
  • Scantron
  • Spreadsheet
  • Google Doc

Share examples

Step 1: Pages 74-75

collaborative analysis
Collaborative Analysis

Student Questions

Instructional Questions

What instructional questions do you have based upon the data?

  • What student questions do you have based upon the data?
collaborative analysis examples
Collaborative Analysis: Examples

Student Questions

Instructional Questions

Were results better for any particular class or skill?

Did all team members use the same instructional strategies?

Were there any particular differences in strategies/activities that may have influenced the results?

  • Did the same students miss all the learning targets?
  • What is the percent of students needing additional help?
    • Is additional whole-class instruction needed?
    • Is additional instruction/support needed for only a few?
step two analyzing the data
Step Two: Analyzing the Data

Data Team Meeting Template

Pages 75-76

step 4 reviewing the assessment
Step 4: Reviewing the Assessment
  • Review the assessmentfor reliability and validity
  • Check for consistency in scoring among team members
  • Check for inter-rater reliability

Page 79

step five next steps
Step Five: Next Steps
  • Finding time to respond
  • Intervention Time
  • Tier 2
  • Additional time scheduled within the unit

PLC Question # 3

Page 81 Secondary Teams

instructions1
Instructions
  • Review both documents
    • SIP Rubric
    • SIP End of Year Review
  • Complete the End of Year review
    • 1st- Each individual determines a rating
    • Next- Once all individuals complete the rating, come to consensus on a “group” rating
    • Capture the “consensus rating” to report out
  • Be prepared to share your findings
    • Select a presenter
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