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on site school review leadership meeting

On-Site School ReviewLeadership Meeting

An asset-building model of school improvement . . .



outcomes for today s meeting
Outcomes for Today’s Meeting
  • Understand the on-site school review process
  • Be familiar with the effectiveness indicators and where to find the underlying research
  • Know how the data collection determines school improvement needs
  • Determine readiness
getting to know one another
Getting to Know One Another
  • Introductions
    • Review Team Leader: Name, experience in education and with school improvement
    • Leadership Team: Name, assignment, motivation to be on leadership team, and one of the following:
      • Describe your school
      • What has the school been working on over the last 5 years?
      • What has worked well and why?
      • What goals do you have for the school?
assessing readiness
Assessing Readiness
  • What is the level of the staff’s commitment to improving student achievement?
  • What information do we need most to improve our school?
  • How does the staff react to change?
  • How does the staff respond to coaching?
  • How willing are the leadership team members to lead change efforts and to help to ensure schoolwide commitment to agreed-upon practices?
effectiveness indicators
Effectiveness Indicators

Handout: Effectiveness Indicator Overview

1. Written Curriculum

2. Instructional Program

3. Student Assessment

4. School Leadership

5. Strategic Planning

6. Professional Development

effectiveness indicators contd
Effectiveness Indicators (contd.)

7. Student Connectedness, Engagement, and Readiness

8. School Environment

9. Family and Community Involvement

10. District Support

school review tools
School Review Tools
  • Data analysis
  • Interview questions
  • Survey questions
  • Classroom observation rubric
  • Student work analysis
  • Family and community meeting
  • Document review
elements of the on site school review process
Elements of the On-Site School Review Process
  • Planning
  • Document review
  • Surveying
  • On-site review
  • Data2 process
  • Communicating results
  • Strategic planning

Handout: On-Site School Review Overview

planning planning visit with leadership team
Planning: Planning Visit With Leadership Team
  • Review team meets school and district leaders
  • Preview on-site school review process
  • Discuss history/context of school
  • Discuss school and district goals
  • Discuss readiness
planning school leadership plans for review
Planning: School Leadership Plans for Review
  • Selection of academic focus area
  • Selection of effectiveness indicators
  • Schedule interviews/focus groups
  • Schedule parent meeting
  • Disseminate surveys
  • Coordinate student work collection
planning planning with all staff
Planning: Planning With All Staff
  • Discuss school history and goals
  • Describe on-site school review process
    • Effectiveness indicators
    • Document review
    • Student work collection
    • Surveys
    • Communication
  • Disseminate schedule
document review
Document Review
  • State and local performance data and trends
  • Curriculum and instructional materials
  • School strategic plan
  • Staff, student, and parent handbooks
  • Survey data
  • Student work (more information later)
survey creation and dissemination
Survey Creation and Dissemination
  • Surveys (based on effectiveness indicators selected for review)
    • Teachers and administrators
    • Classified staff members
    • Students
    • Parents
  • Review team compiles and analyzes data

Handout: Teacher Survey Example

collecting student work
Collecting Student Work

Handout: Collecting Student Work (Letter)

  • Just prior to the on-site visit, teachers collect all written student work for 1 to 2 weeks
  • No extra planning or grading
  • Folders provided for each class
  • Schoolwide analysis
  • Identify collection dates and point person
on site process 3 5 days
On-Site Process (3–5 days)
  • Kick-off meeting with all staff
  • Daily meeting with principal
  • Classroom observations and student interviews
  • Scheduled interviews: teachers and administrators
  • Scheduled focus groups with classified staff members (instructional/noninstructional)
  • Student focus groups
  • Family and community meeting
  • Oral exit report to all staff
communication with school and district
Communication With School and District
  • Daily meetings with school leaders
  • Leadership debrief
  • Oral exit report to all staff
  • Draft written report to school leader
  • Final report workshop
  • School strategic plan design inservice
strategic planning
Strategic Planning
  • School strategic plan design inservice
    • Update school strategic plan to include recommendations from review
    • Determine time lines
    • Identify staff and resources
    • Determine professional development
benefits of external review
Benefits of External Review
  • Research-driven process and rubrics
  • Neutral perspective and feedback
  • External expertise in school improvement
  • Evidence gathered from a wide variety of sources
  • Analysis and corroboration
  • Data-driven decision-making
  • Basis for targeting resources
contact information
Contact Information

Team Leader:

  • Phone:
  • Email: