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IMPLEMENTING THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS: THE ROLE OF SCHOOL LEADERS. Dr. Paul Fleming Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Teachers and Leaders Tennessee Department of Educatio n. Agenda Items. Leadership shifts in Revised Administrator Evaluation Rubric

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Implementing the common core state standards the role of school leaders

IMPLEMENTING THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS: THE ROLE OF SCHOOL LEADERS

Dr. Paul Fleming

Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Teachers and Leaders

Tennessee Department of Education


Agenda items

Agenda Items

  • Leadership shifts in Revised Administrator Evaluation Rubric

  • Common Core Implementation Backward Design Model

  • TOSS/BFK/TDOE Common Core and Administrator Evaluation Crosswalk


Participating pilot districts in 2013 14

Participating Pilot Districts in 2013-14

  • Davidson County

  • Decatur County

  • Franklin County

  • Jackson-Madison County

  • Lexington City

  • Milan SSD

  • Putnam County

  • Trousdale County

  • Wilson County

  • Union County


Key leadership shifts

Key Leadership Shifts


Importance of leadership

Importance of Leadership

  • “If you attempt to implement reforms but fail to engage the culture of a school, nothing will change.” --Seymour Sarason

  • An effective principal accounts for 25 percent of a school’s impact on student gains, while teacher effectiveness accounts for 33 percent.


Common core implementation model

Common Core Implementation Model

  • What student learning behaviors must change to ensure college and career readiness?

  • What teacher instructional behaviors must change to drive the student learning behaviors that will ensure college and career readiness?

  • What principal leadership behaviors must change to foster the teacher instructional behaviors required to drive student learning behaviors that will ensure college and career readiness?

  • What district supports for ensuring college and career readiness must change?

  • How do you see your role in supporting Common Core implementation and College and Career Readiness for all students?


Toss bfk tdoe administrator evaluation crosswalk

TOSS/BFK/TDOE Administrator Evaluation Crosswalk

  • Crosswalk Task: For each schoolwide change in the left hand column, use the matching evaluation rubric indicators to identify and discuss specific examples of evidence and supports necessary for successful implementation of the Tennessee Common Core Standards.


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TOSS/BFK/TDOE Administrator Evaluation Crosswalk

  • Crosswalk Task: For the schoolwide change “Culture” in the left hand column, use the evaluation rubric indicator assigned to your group to identify and discuss specific examples of evidence and supports necessary for successful implementation of the Tennessee Common Core Standards.


School wide changes

School-wide Changes

#1 – Culture

#2 – Literacy Instruction

#3 – Text Complexity & Informational Text

#4 – Close Reading and Text-based Response

#5 – Writing Across Content Areas

#6 – Mathematics Instruction

#7 – Student Engagement & Collaboration

#8 – Instructional Time

#9 – Create-and-Learn vs. Sit-and-Get

#10 – Professional Learning

#11 – Assessment

#12 – Technology Integration


Three critical questions

Three Critical Questions

  • What will be the impact of these changes on the evaluation process?

  • What challenges will these present for new/current principals?

  • What levels of support will be needed for both leaders and staff?


Exit card

Exit Card

  • On your exit card, share two things:

  • Something you learned that helps you frame your work

  • Something else you need to support your work


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