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TBAISD Superintendents Association . Leadership Academy 2010. Effective Instruction . Association Goal: 100 percent of our students will graduate ready for college, ready for career and ready for a 21 st Century World . .

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effective instruction
Effective Instruction

Association Goal:

100 percent of our students will graduate ready for college, ready for career and ready for a 21st Century World.

To what extent do typical instructional practices within our schools move us closer to attaining this goal?

TBAISD Leadership Academy 2010

an expert s view
An expert’s view:

“The role of the superintendent is to be the first teacher and first learner within the school district.”

TBAISD Leadership Academy 2010

mike schmoker s walk through study
Mike Schmoker’s walk-through “study”

Looked for Quality instruction:

  • Clear objectives, modeling, practice, & assessment
  • Standards
  • Students on task

Asked:

  • What are you supposed to be learning?

Found:

  • Poorly designed lessons
  • Irrelevant activities
  • Inability to articulate outcomes
  • Majority of students off task
  • Teachers focus on those paying attention
  • Lack of assessment
1500 classroom observations
1500 Classroom observations
  • Clear evidence of learning 4%
  • Use of high-yield L&T strategies .2%
  • Evidence of HOTS 3%
  • Students using/creating rubrics 0%
  • Less than 50% of students on task 85%
  • Students using worksheets 52%
  • Non-instructional activities occurring 35%
the challenge of change leadership
The Challenge of Change Leadership

TBAISD Leadership Academy 2010

implementation
Implementation
  • Identify two important things that you and your administrative team could do to improve instruction within in your district.
  • What should we expect of our principals in this regard?
  • How might we hold them accountable?

TBAISD Leadership Academy 2010

implementation continued
Implementation Continued
  • How might you use administrative team meetings to reinforce expectations, improve instruction and maintain focus on this initiative as a priority?
  • As school leaders what could we do to support one another with this process?

TBAISD Leadership Academy 2010