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How is Collaborative Planning like . . . ?. Plan curriculum, units, lessons, & assessments Examine student work Examine teacher work Plan the use and evaluation of instructional practices. Collaborative planning involves a group, team, or partnership of people working and learning together .

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collaborative planning involves a group team or partnership of people working and learning together
Plan curriculum, units, lessons, & assessments

Examine student work

Examine teacher work

Plan the use and evaluation of instructional practices

Collaborative planning involves a group, team, or partnership of people working and learning together
powerful collaboration
Powerful Collaboration

. . . is a systematic process in which teachers work together to analyze and improve their classroom practice. Teachers work in teams, engaging in an ongoing cycle of questions that promote deep team learning. This process, in turn, leads to higher levels of student achievement.

Richard Dufour, 2004

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What Does the Research Say?Thomas McClure, Carla. The Benefits of Teacher Collaboration. District Administration, September 2008.

Improvements in instruction

Increases in student achievement

Increase in teacher pedagogical knowledge

Overall increase in teacher satisfaction

Lower turn-over rate among beginning teachers

collaborative planning cycle
Collaborative Planning Cycle

PLAN

Collaborative Planning

(weekly or bi-weekly)

  • DO
  • Exemplary First
  • Instruction
  • ACT
  • Re-teaching
  • Enrichment
  • Intervention
  • STUDY
  • CIFP – Data Protocol
  • (bi-weekly & quarterly)
collaborative planning protocol cycle of improvement
Collaborative Planning ProtocolCycle of Improvement

Short

Term

Planning

Long

Range

Planning

Planning

Instruction

Planning

Assessment

running effective collaborative planning meetings guidelines
Running Effective Collaborative Planning Meetings: Guidelines
  • Select a number
  • Re-group by number
  • Select a recorder
  • Review the questions
    • Pre-Work
    • Collaborative Planning Protocol
    • Data Protocol
  • Make additions / deletions
  • Share updates
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Supported by:

  • Timely & relevant data provision
  • Curricular & planning tools
  • Protocols & resources
  • Structures (i.e., protected time)
  • Tools to communication & replicate innovations
  • Culture of continuous learning & improvement
  • Strong facilitative leadership

Effective

Collaborative

Planning

reflect
REFLECT

Something new you heard today

Something you’ll implement right away

Something you want to know more about

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HIGH FIVE

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next steps
Next Steps

Key High Leverage Strategies for School Improvement

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