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  • Texas Education Agency Updated 2011
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  • F-2 FOUNDATION
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  • F-3 Welcome to Instructional Leadership Development Please be sure you have signed in. Help yourself to coffee, etc. Please introduce yourself to your new friends at your table. Take a minute to look through your materials. FOUNDATION
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  • F-4 Setting the Stage for Our Work Together Introductions Ground Norms Logistics Materials FOUNDATION
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  • F-5 Goals of Instructional Leadership Development Recognize that all decisions should lead to quality learning for all students to support student achievement and a vision that assures Learning for All. Recognize the importance of utilizing systems thinking to make decisions. Understand the role as an instructional leader in the system. Apply a framework for continuous improvement to school organization and individuals in order to promote student success. Identify and utilize four critical elements in understanding and making decisions about Teaching and Learning. Use data to guide decision making. FOUNDATION Leaders will be able to:
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  • F-6 Years of Experience Line-Up 0 5 10 15 20, etc. FOUNDATION
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  • F-7 A Vision for Success of My Student My Special Student FOUNDATION
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  • F-8 A Vision of Success for ALL TEXAS Students Success for EACH Texas Student FOUNDATION
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  • F-9 Successful Students (+)Successful Teachers (+)Successful Leaders Effective Schools Successful Students Must Have Successful, Effective Teachers Successful Teachers Must Have Successful, Effective Leaders FOUNDATION
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  • F-10 Definition of an Effective School An Effective School is one in which all the students learn the specified curriculum regardless of factors in their backgrounds which have ordinarily been identified as those which prevent such learning. Lawrence Lezotte Learning for All FOUNDATION
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  • F-11 Ron Edmonds Effective Schools for the Poor We already know more than we need to do that. We can, whenever and wherever we want, successfully teach all children whose schooling is of interest to us. Whether or not we do it must depend on how we feel about the fact that we havent so far. FOUNDATION
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  • F-12 What DO we know that effective schools DO? FOUNDATION
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  • F-13 Clear & Focused Mission Strong Instructional Leadership Climate of High Expectations for Student Success Positive Home-School Relations Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress Safe & Orderly Environment Opportunity to Learn & Student Time on Task Effective School Correlates FOUNDATION
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  • F-14 Learning for AllA Vision for ALL Texas Students FOUNDATION
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  • F-15 Key Concepts of Systems Thinking FOUNDATION
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  • F-16 What kind of system needs to be in place to assure success for all students in a classroom? What kind of system needs to be in place to assure success for all students on the campus? What kind of system needs to be in place to assure success for all students in the district? What kind of system needs to be in place to assure success for all students in the state? Thinking About Systems Thinking FOUNDATION
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  • F-17 What conclusions can you draw about the changes in the state system? Do you see any patterns in the state system? Texas Education: A Work in Progress FOUNDATION
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  • F-18 Continuous Improvement Process Moves the State Toward the Vision Where the State is Where the State needs to be FOUNDATION
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  • F-19 Continuous Improvement Process Needs Assessment Data collection Analysis Goals & Objectives Strategies & Activities Professional Development & Sustained Support Implementation Who? What? What do we need? Ongoing Formative Evaluation Quality Summative Evaluation Student Performance FOUNDATION
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  • F-20 Where Do We Stand as a State? Review pp. H-F-1720 and highlight any data that impacts your campus. Analyze reading data (H-F-21) and share observations at your table. Analyze math data (H-F-22) and share. Analyze writing data (H-F-23) and share. FOUNDATION
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  • F-21 Instructional Leadership Development Framework for Data-driven Systems QUALITY STUDENT PERFORMANCE ETHICS AND INTEGRITY Curriculum/Instruction/ Assessment Supervision Professional Development Organizational Management CULTURE Communication and Community Partnerships Learner-CenteredHigh Expectations CollaborativeContinuous Improvement FOUNDATION
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  • F-22 Instructional Leadership Development Framework for Data-driven Systems QUALITY STUDENT PERFORMANCE ETHICS AND INTEGRITY Curriculum/Instruction/ Assessment Supervision Professional Development Organizational Management CULTURE Communication and Community Partnerships Learner-CenteredHigh Expectations CollaborativeContinuous Improvement FOUNDATION
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  • F-23 Ethics and Integrity: An effective instructional leader models and supports honesty, responsibility, fairness, respect for individual differences, and compliance with the spirit and intent, as well as the letter, of the law. ILD Framework: Foundation FOUNDATION
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  • F-24 Ethics and Integrity ILD Framework: Foundation Find the Review of Literature in your notebook and turn to the first section, Ethics and Integrity. Quickly read a sampling of the citations and select two or three to highlight and share at your table. FOUNDATION
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  • F-25 Instructional Leadership Development Framework for Data-driven Systems QUALITY STUDENT PERFORMANCE ETHICS AND INTEGRITY Curriculum/Instruction/ Assessment Supervision Professional Development Organizational Management CULTURE Communication and Community Partnerships Learner-CenteredHigh Expectations CollaborativeContinuous Improvement FOUNDATION
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  • F-26 Learner-Centered: Views all members of the learning community as lifelong, successful learners. Based on High Expectations: Expects everyone to work to ensure a safe, respectful, inclusive, risk-taking, and academically rich environment in which all stakeholders accept accountability for the success of all students. Collaborative: Views teamwork, collegiality, and a sense of community as necessary for maximizing the goal of success for all. Based on Continuous Improvement: Views continuous planning, monitoring, evaluation, and assessment of progress as essential to the goal of continuous and ever-improving success for all. ILD Framework: Culture An effective instructional leader models, encourages and creates conditions/attributes in the school culture that are: FOUNDATION
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  • F-27 Instructional Leadership Development Framework for Data-driven Systems QUALITY STUDENT PERFORMANCE ETHICS AND INTEGRITY Curriculum/Instruction/ Assessment Supervision Professional Development Organizational Management CULTURE Communication and Community Partnerships Learner-CenteredHigh Expectations CollaborativeContinuous Improvement FOUNDATION
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  • F-28 Where do the things that effective schools do fit on this framework? FOUNDATION
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  • F-29 CONGRATULATIONS! Youve just been named the new principal of... Lone Star Middle School FOUNDATION
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  • F-30 Continuous Improvement Process Needs Assessment Data collection Analysis Goals & Objectives Strategies & Activities Professional Development & Sustained Support Implementation Who? What? What do we need? Ongoing Formative Evaluation Quality Summative Evaluation Student Performance FOUNDATION
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  • F-31 Quality school systems...constantly improve the appropriateness and responsiveness of their services. Key elements that make this improvement possible are: information gathering and analysis American Association of School Administrators Creating Quality Schools FOUNDATION
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  • F-32 Needs Assessment Data Collection Analysis Lone Star Middle School Quality Student Performance FOUNDATION
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  • F-33 Campus Profile Scan the Lone Star Middle School profile on pp. 16 in the data packet. Discuss the question, What do we know about Lone Star Middle School? Each group selects one highlight. Groups chart areas of strength and areas for improvement. FOUNDATION
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  • F-34 Guiding Questions What additional data do you need? Based on the information you have at this time, what are the implications for Lone Star Middle School? FOUNDATION
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  • F-35 Campus Composite Read through the campus composite data on pp. 78 in the data packet and discuss initial impressions in your group. What additional insights have you gained about Lone Star Middle School? Add additional areas of strength and areas for improvement to your charts. FOUNDATION
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  • F-36 What additional data do you need? Based on the information you have at this time, what are the implications for Lone Star Middle School? Guiding Questions FOUNDATION
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  • F-37 Accountability Data

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