If you don’t organize the chaos, the chaos will organize you. -MD. ADMN 6130. Supervision of Instruction Class 2. Apply research-based strategies in organizing a school to meet the learning for all mission. Objectives. Presentations Groups 1 and 2.
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Supervision of Instruction
Apply research-based strategies in organizing a school to meet the learning for all missionObjectives
A Little Review and Something New
Key elements of distributed leadership
Principal-teacher collegiality must be related to tangible and measurable school purposes and those purposes are related to teacher efficacy
Effect of principal leadership, PD, and shared decision-making on teacher efficacy
Collaboration, while increasing commitment and satisfaction, is unlikely to result in changes in teachers’ practice, skill, or knowledge unless …
Large scale improvement in schools cannot accomplished by hiring the best people and allowing them to do what they know how to do.
Organizations that improve do so because they …
They tend to try to find the easiest possible way of solving accountability problems with the knowledge they already have. (Think magic bullet)
“These beliefs must be present to prepare the school for change or to create a culture that is receptive to change.”
There is an orderly, purposeful, businesslike atmosphere free from the threat of physical harm.
There is a climate of expectations in which the staff believes and demonstrates that all students can attain mastery of the essential school skills and they believe that they have the capability to help all students attain that mastery
The is a tangible feeling of instructional leadership which begins with the principal and extends to all certified staff members who effectively and persistently communicate the learning mission to staff, parents, and students.
Teachers allocate a significant amount of time to instruction in the essential skills. For a high percentage of the this time, students are engaged in whole class or large group, planned, teacher-directed learning activities
Student academic progress is measured frequently. A variety of assessment procedures are used. The results of assessments are used to improve individual student performance and the instructional program.
In the effective school parents understand and support the school’s basic mission and are given the opportunity to play an important role in helping the school to achieve this mission
Grade level Instruction
Limited Curriculum Choices
InterventionFactors that Increase Achievement- From Doug Reeves 7/15/04
Develop a district
wide vertically and horizontally aligned
based on NC Academic Standards
2. Create Instructional
3. Deliver Instruction
4. Conduct Mini
STUDENT SUCCESS PROCESS
6. Provide Tutorial
6. Provide Enrichment
7. Retest (Form B)
8. Analyze Results and
IC as Necessary