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Liberty and Livingston Manor Leadership Week. August 14, 2013. Thursday Agenda. 8:30 – 8:45 Welcome and Overview, Reflections 8 :45 – 10:00 Walk Throughs , Mini-Observations, Patterns of Practice, and Rounds 10:15– 11 :15 Planning for Data

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thursday agenda
Thursday Agenda

8:30 – 8:45 Welcome and Overview, Reflections

8:45 – 10:00Walk Throughs, Mini-Observations, Patterns of Practice, and Rounds

10:15– 11:15Planning for Data

11:30 – 12:30 Planning Work With Teams

12:30 – 1:00 Lunch

1:00 – 3:45 Team Planning:

Are we clear about what we are going to take to routine use in classrooms in 2013-2014?

Do we have a clear plan/system for data use at all levels?

How will we commmunicate with the faculty, parents, and community?

What is our plan for opening day with faculty?

3:45 – 4:00 Cross-Team Sharing

electronic resources
Electronic Resources

www.scboces.org/commoncore

Professional Development

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For 2013-2014,what does the state expect from the Superintendent and Principals for implementation of:

*The Common Core State Standards?

*Date Driven Instruction?

*APPR

What have we already accomplished?

What fits our “Theories of Action?”

To what can we commit for 2013-2014?

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How much time will you spend in classrooms each day? (e.g., 1-3 hours?) How will you protect time for observations and feedback?

What evidence collection tool(s) will you use that reflect the Common Core Shift and the indictors in your teacher evaluation rubric?

What processes will you use for regular evidence collection across subject areas?

*Walk throughs? * Mini-observations? *Patterns of Practice? “Instructional Rounds?

What will be your system of tracking the feedback you give to each teacher? All teachers?

How will you have courageous conversations with EVERY teacher about growth areas in practice?

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Individual

System

Solo

Walk Throughs (Downey)

Mini-Observations

(Marshall)

Patterns of Practice

(Carr & Harris)

Team

Instructional Rounds

essence individual models
ESSENCE – Individual Models:

DOWNEY

  • Frequent
  • Short visits (3-6 min.)
  • Administrator
  • 5 steps
  • To identify curriculum & instruction patterns
  • Invites change via reflective questions

MARSHALL

  • Monthly
  • “Mini observations” (5-10 min.)
  • Principal
  • 6 domains/ 60 elements
  • Feedback on rubric
  • Linked to curriculum, and to student progress indicators (4-part model)
essence system models
ESSENCE– System Models:
  • PATTERNS OF PRACTICE
  • Multiple classrooms with no identification of teachrers
  • 2-5 min.
  • Template for tallying
  • Identify patterns of practice across classrooms
  • Dialogue and set goals based on patterns identified
  • INSTRUCTIONAL ROUNDS
  • Monthly* full-day administrator walks
  • 15-20 min.
  • Explores “problems of practice” in light of “theories of action”
  • Observe, debrief, & plan focusing on the instructional core & systemic growth
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MATH EVIDENCE WALK TEMPLATE

Created by Judy F. Carr, CCR, 2012

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MATH EVIDENCE WALK TEMPLATE

Created by Judy F. Carr, CCR, 2012

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MATH EVIDENCE WALK TEMPLATE

Created by Judy F. Carr, CCR, 2012

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MATH EVIDENCE WALK TEMPLATE

Created by Judy F. Carr, CCR, 2012

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How much time will you spend in classrooms each day? (e.g., 1-3 hours?) How will you protect time for observations and feedback?

What evidence collection tool(s) will you use that reflect the Common Core Shift and the indictors in your teacher evaluation rubric?

What processes will you use for regular evidence collection across subject areas?

*Walk throughs? * Mini-observations? *Patterns of Practice? “Instructional Rounds?

What will be your system of tracking the feedback you give to each teacher? All teachers?

How will you have courageous conversations with EVERY teacher about growth areas in practice?

state resources for ela
State Resources for ELA

Becoming Familiar with State Modules and Other Resources for ELA/Literacy

See Links to Modules in Electronic Handouts

What do we know about the ELA Modules?

What is missing?

What do we need to know/find out/do?

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Source: From "Creating Communities of Support for Implementing the Common Core State Standards" webinar by Judy Carr, 2012.
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Source: From "Creating Communities of Support for Implementing the Common Core State Standards" webinar by Judy Carr, 2012.
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1. Accomplished?

2. Gaps?

3. Need More Information?

4. Commit 2013-2014

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