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  1. Relax. GOOD MORNING! Relax. Re-focus. Re-charge. Re-connect. Recharge. Refocus. Reconnect.

  2. Talk to your partner about the successes of the peer observations you’ve been facilitating Bell Ringer

  3. Welcome Announcement • Susan McHenry-BendelSouth Pointe High School

  4. Muchas Gracias!! ASBCS Curriculum Samples: • Jennie Flores • Lindy Hamilton • Christine Hertneky Kickoff Presenters: • Tara Blaisdell • Patrick Brown • Lindy Hamilton Unpacked CCSS: • Amanda Bachler

  5. Muchas Gracias!! NTA: • Marianne Goodwin • Barbara Asaro English PLC: • Sarah Slack Math PLCs: • Jennifer Flores • Stephanie Darley • Araceli Espinoza • Christine Hertneky • Barbara Asarao • Mark Smith

  6. AdvancED Visit Prep

  7. THE PAPERWORK

  8. ARTIFACTS:Tailoring Your Jump Drive • LABEL Your School’s Initials on It with a Sharpie. • Pre-Organized into Folders -AdvancED Team Welcome -1 folder for Each Standard • Standard 2 Folder Please delete EITHER the ACSF OR Kaizen folder. • Standards 1,3,4 & 5 Folders Customize with the files you the files you brought with you today.

  9. ASSIST Checklist:Student Performance Diagnostic • Ensure that ‘No’ is clicked for the 1st response. • Ensure that the 4 ‘Evaluative Criteria’ are selected • WORKSHOP: ‘Areas of Notable Achievement’ • WORKSHOP: Areas of Improvement’

  10. ASSIST Checklist:Stakeholder Feedback Diagnostic Close Stakeholder Surveys Run Stakeholder ‘Survey Scoring Summary’ Report Select ‘By Indicator’ Click ‘View Report’ Open Stakeholder Feedback Diagnostic Answer SFD ?s Using Report Data

  11. ASSIST Checklist:Close it out. • ‘Complete’ your four Diagnostics:1. Self-Assessment2. Executive Summary3. Student Performance Diagnostic4. Stakeholder Feedback Diagnostic • ‘Submit’ your Assurances

  12. PREPPING for a SUCCESSFUL VISIT

  13. Visit Preparation: Team Workspace • Private/secure • Wi-fi • Best if it’s also the place where the stakeholder interviews will occur • Creature comforts are a nice touch (water bottles, coffee, snacks) • AM: Breakfast • PM: Lunch Team Documents • Bell schedule • Campus map • Master schedule (classes, teacher names, room numbers, etc) • Copies of the day’s schedule that includes names of participants in stakeholder groups • Your artifact jump drive

  14. Visit Preparation: 20-30 Minute Meeting with Admin Team • Collaborate with leader to decide who will be present • Collaborate with leader to prepare what you would like to present. • SOUL-SUCKING POWER POINTS ARE OUTLAWED!(They have read your reports.) • What do you want to share with the team that cannot be reflected in a report? What STORY do you have to tell about your school? Narratives are incredibly powerful.

  15. smoore2 • Chandler CIP in ALEAT:Action Steps

  16. Let’s Lunch!

  17. Welcome Announcements • Carrie HatanakaDiscoverU • Tara BlaisdellGlendale College Prep

  18. Welcome Darla!SchoolMaster Updateand List/Report Training

  19. Self-Evaluation Time! • Self-evaluate based on your activities and focusto date • What do you feel great about? • What do you feel needs your attention?

  20. Audit Our Quarterly Checklist • Look through the form with your partner. • Is there anything missing that would be helpful to add? • What do you need to attend to in September? October?

  21. Campus Visits??? What dates would we like? What would be helpful things for visiting coaches to see? What would be helpfulfeedback for sites being visited?

  22. Feel free to stay and finish up your tasks. Relax. Re-focus. Re-charge. Re-connect. TY!TY!TY!TY!TY!TY!