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Building Capacity in District and Campus Leaders. Goals. Review what is meant by building leadership capacity Define barriers to developing leadership capacity and share solutions to those barriers Make connections to other tools and resources that are available on leadership capacity

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Building capacity in district and campus leaders

Building Capacity in District and Campus Leaders


Goals

Goals

  • Review what is meant by building leadership capacity

  • Define barriers to developing leadership capacity and share solutions to those barriers

  • Make connections to other tools and resources that are available on leadership capacity

  • Practice using a new technology tool for facilitating meetings


Building capacity in district and campus leaders

CSF

Leadership

Milestones


Active engagement through technology

Active Engagement through Technology

We may not be digital natives but we will be digital role models …

TodaysMeet.com

http://todaysmeet.com/PSPandLeadership


Ponder discuss post

Ponder – Discuss - Post

Why is building leadership capacity important in the schools and districts in which we work?


Building capacity in district and campus leaders

“Leadership capacity building can be defined as broad-based, skillful participation in the work of leadership.”-Linda Lambert


Building capacity in district and campus leaders

4 A’s Protocol

  • What Assumptions does the author of the text hold?

  • What do you Agree with in the text?

  • What do you want to Argue with in the text?

  • What parts of the text do you want to Aspire to?


Six critical factors

Six Critical Factors

1. The school communities core values must focus its priorities.

2. As teacher leadership grows, principals must let go of some authority and responsibility

3. Educators must define themselves as learners, teachers and leaders


Six critical factors1

Six Critical Factors

4. We must invest in each other’s learning to create reciprocity.

5. The first tenet of leadership capacity is “broad based participation.”

6. Districts must negotiate the political landscape to provide professional time and development, a conceptual framework for improvement, and tailored succession practices (fitting the principal to the school).


Building capacity in district and campus leaders

High Leadership Capacity

Medium Leadership Capacity

Low Leadership Capacity


Solutions

Solutions

Barriers


Building capacity in district and campus leaders

Effective Traits

of

Successful

Principals


Building capacity in district and campus leaders

Principal Planning Guides


Additional resources

Additional Resources

  • Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvementhttp://www.galeaders.org/?q=pbm

  • Central Office Transformation for District-Wide Teaching and Learning Improvementhttp://depts.washington.edu/ctpmail/PDFs/S2-CentralAdmin-04-2010.pdf

  • Making Good Choices: Districts Take the Leadhttp://www.centerforcsri.org/pubs/mgcDistrictsLead.pdf

  • Seven Strategies for District Transformationhttp://erstrategies.org/documents/pdf/ers-seven-strategies.pdf


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