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  1. Feedback

  2. Essential Questions • How do we provide meaningful feedback? • How do we respond to feedback in the spirit of growth?

  3. Year at a glance -- Feedback • January • Feedback toolbox: Pausing, Paraphrasing • March • Feedback toolbox: Invitational Inquiry • May • Practicing using the research

  4. Where are you? Continuum of Reflective Practice Compliance Commitment

  5. When do we give and receive feedback? • Make a list of the times when you give others feedback • Make a list of the times you seek out feedback from others • Next to each topic in your list, use one adjective or phrase you would use to describe the ‘normal’ practice of this feedback

  6. Hattie Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on learning and achievement, but this impact can be either positive or negative

  7. Assumptions Informing Learning Focused Supervision

  8. Supervision is a growth-oriented process.

  9. The deepest purpose of supervision is to create a culture of learning.

  10. Four Stances of Learning Focused Supervision 1. Calibrating 2. Consulting 3. Collaborating 4. Coaching • From, Learning-focused Supervision: Developing Professional Expertise in Standards-Driven Systems

  11. Scenario identification

  12. Learning Focused Supervision Toolkit Chapter 4: • Being Present (pgs. 27-31) • Pausing (pgs. 31-33) • Paraphrasing (pgs. 34-37) • Invitational Inquiry (next month) • LET’s Jigsaw! Get into triads, one person picks each section to read.

  13. Protocol • Read Section • Share with ‘like’ Groups (8 min.) • Share with Triad (7 min. each)

  14. Practice • In Triads • One person is the teacher in the scenario • One person is the supervisor in the scenario • One person is the process observer • Practice Pausing and Paraphrasing in the scenario • Process observer use rubric to evaluate conversation • Process Observer provides feedback • This will feel weird!

  15. Reflection • Look back the lists you made at the beginning of the session. How does today’s information inform your practice of giving and receiving feedback in these settings?

  16. Essential Questions • How do we provide meaningful feedback? • How do we respond to feedback in the spirit of growth?

  17. Where are you? Continuum of Reflective Practice Compliance Commitment