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Agenda. Check in M oral I mperative S tory processes--Continued In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle Plan-Your area of focus identification, research, draft it, craft the parts that they need (February, March Take feedback, April refine and report one from their PLC group

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agenda
Agenda
  • Check in
  • Moral Imperative Story processes--Continued
  • In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle
    • Plan-Your area of focus identification, research, draft it, craft the parts that they need (February, March Take feedback, April refine and report one from their PLC group
    • Do – Summer 2013-Fall. Launch this plan
    • Study-Winter spring 2014
    • Act- Summer Fall 2014
  • Values Assessment CEOTest.com
  • Writing your personal/professional belief statement which include your “neverevers”
  • For February 21st Take the Just Ask 360 Assessment.
  • Wrap up…
check in
Check in….
  • How Authentic Behavior Builds Trust and Creates Support - Simon Sinek
  • Have a discussion at your table around...
    • When have you been authentic to your beliefs and what happened?
    • When you have not been authentic to your beliefs and what happened?
    • How are being authentic to your beliefs, behaviors linked to trust and support in your schools?
the moral imperative revisited personal moral imperatives assessment
The Moral Imperative - RevisitedPersonal Moral Imperatives Assessment
  • There will always be detractors...
  • But we must lead. In your PLC take one person’s example and work through the following question –
  • So how do you lead through the detractions?
in depth targeted student success cycle
In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle
  • Identify the area of student achievement that is the most urgent to change in your school.
    • What is your data or evidence
  • Identify areas for planning
    • Research
    • Identified Strategies
    • Political Implications
    • Funding
    • Key Stakeholders
    • New Learning
    • Commutations
    • Additional
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In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle
  • Spend some time thinking about and starting to plan your work in addressing the student achievement area that is most urgent to change in your school.
a sample of in depth targeted student success cycle
A Sample of In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle
  • To specifically improve the achievement of 2nd grade black males--
  • What Data
  • What targets
  • What Research
  • What Strategies
  • What Political implications
  • Needed resources?
  • Who involved?
in depth targeted student success cycle2
In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle
  • Plan-Your area of focused identification, research, draft it.
    • February& March --Take feedback
    • April-- Refine and present one plan from your PLC group.
  • Do – Summer 2013 & Fall,launch this plan
  • Study-Winter & Spring 2014
  • Act-Summer & Fall 2014
values exercise ceotest com
Values Exercise CEOtest.com
  • Leadership Values Assessment
  • Go to the computer lab and complete your values assessment.
  • http://www.co2partners.com/cardgame/
personal professional belief statement
Personal & Professional Belief Statement
  • From your values statements – begin constructing your personal and professional belief statement.
candace s personal professional belief statement
Candace’s Personal/Professional Belief Statement
  • I believe that education, knowledge and the ability to apply knowledge are what affords individuals the capacity to be healthy(in both body and mind) and to have options and choices throughout life. I believe that leaders in public education have an obligation to ensure that ALL children receive a rigorous, high quality education that affords them the ability to be healthy, to learn, grow and have options and choices throughout their lives.
wrap up
Wrap Up
  • For February 21st…
  • Bring with you…
  • 1) Draft ITSSC (In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle)
  • 2) The results of your Values Assessment
  • 3) Your Strength Finder results
  • 4) The results of your “Just Ask 360”
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What is it that will have to overcome in order to see success with your intended In-depth Targeted Student Success Cycle?