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USING THE TOOLS OF EVALUATION AND SUPERVISION TO EFFECTIVELY TRANSFORM YOUR SCHOOL…….. Dr. Peter L. McFarlane, Principal Hugo Newman College Preparatory.

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1 USING THE TOOLS OF EVALUATION AND SUPERVISION TO EFFECTIVELY TRANSFORM YOUR SCHOOL…….. Dr. Peter L. McFarlane, Principal Hugo Newman College Preparatory School-P.S./I.S. 180M Harlem, New York August 14, 2008

2 Hugo Newman’s Demographics  School Configuration –PreK – 8  Student Enrollment 700  Ethnicity Black 75% Hispanic 24% Other 1%  English Language Learners (ELL) 10%  Special Education Students 10%  92.1 % Free and Reduced Lunch

3 Demographics Continue….. 65 Teachers 65 Teachers 100% of Teachers Fully Licensed 100% of Teachers Fully Licensed 10 Clinicians and Other Related Health Service Support Staff 10 Clinicians and Other Related Health Service Support Staff Custodial and Facilities Staff Custodial and Facilities Staff

4 Organizational Development Cultured Defined “A pattern of shared basic assumptions that the group learned as it solved its problems of external adaptation and internal integration that has worked well enough to be considered valid and therefore, to be taught to new members as the correct way to perceive, think, and feel in relation to those problems.” “A pattern of shared basic assumptions that the group learned as it solved its problems of external adaptation and internal integration that has worked well enough to be considered valid and therefore, to be taught to new members as the correct way to perceive, think, and feel in relation to those problems.” (Schein ) (Schein ) But what if your basic organizational assumptions are not aligned to the external landscape?

5 Organizational Systems Defined…. A System is an institutionalize mechanism that all organizational members are aware of as daily common practice A System is an institutionalize mechanism that all organizational members are aware of as daily common practice Example: Common Planning Periods, Procedure For Entering The School Building Example: Common Planning Periods, Procedure For Entering The School Building

6 Components of a Comprehensive Evaluation & Supervision Process Visibility and Accessibility Visibility and Accessibility Differentiated Professional Development That Focuses on Teacher Support Differentiated Professional Development That Focuses on Teacher Support Creating Grade Level Teams With Common Grade Level Goals Creating Grade Level Teams With Common Grade Level Goals Setting Individual Teacher Goals & Following-Up On Mutually Established Goals Setting Individual Teacher Goals & Following-Up On Mutually Established Goals Teaching Your Assistant Principal’s To Effectively Supervise Teaching Your Assistant Principal’s To Effectively Supervise

7 Visibility and Accessibility Edgar Schein…. The Overt And Convert Actions Of The Principal Establishes School Culture Edgar Schein…. The Overt And Convert Actions Of The Principal Establishes School Culture Walking the Building Consistently! Walking the Building Consistently! Logging Your Interactions As You Walk The Building Logging Your Interactions As You Walk The Building Strategically Positioning Yourself To Be Visible (Morning….Lunch….Dismissal) Strategically Positioning Yourself To Be Visible (Morning….Lunch….Dismissal)

8 Differentiated Professional Development Establish A Professional Development Team (Literacy Coach, Math Coach…….) Establish A Professional Development Team (Literacy Coach, Math Coach…….) Establish New Teacher Supports Establish New Teacher Supports Establish Experienced Teacher Supports Establish Experienced Teacher Supports Curriculum Development Becomes Everyone's Instructional Objective (Getting Teachers Smarter About How They Teach) Curriculum Development Becomes Everyone's Instructional Objective (Getting Teachers Smarter About How They Teach)

9 Establish Grade Level Teams With Common Grade Level Goals Establish Common Planning Teams To Support School Wide Academic Goals By (Creating Common Planning Periods For Teachers To Plan and Develop) Establish Common Planning Teams To Support School Wide Academic Goals By (Creating Common Planning Periods For Teachers To Plan and Develop) Establish Achievable Baseline Goals Utilizing Data On Periodic Assessments (Adjust Goals As Appropriate Every Six - Eight Weeks) Establish Achievable Baseline Goals Utilizing Data On Periodic Assessments (Adjust Goals As Appropriate Every Six - Eight Weeks)

10 Setting Goals & Following Up Observations (Formal and Informal) Observations (Formal and Informal) Document Observations To Support Pedagogical Instructional Improvement Document Observations To Support Pedagogical Instructional Improvement Principal One-on-One (What Does This Look Like) Principal One-on-One (What Does This Look Like)

11 WHY ONE-ON-ONE CONFERENCES? To Foster Meaningful Relationships With Staff To Foster Meaningful Relationships With Staff To Initiate And Drive Conversations Around Academic Achievement (Teacher Goal Setting) To Initiate And Drive Conversations Around Academic Achievement (Teacher Goal Setting) To Share Information About The Organization To Share Information About The Organization To Provide On-going Support Of Staff To Provide On-going Support Of Staff

12 MOCK ONE-ON-ONE FISHBOWL EXERCISE FOCUS QUESTIONS Why are you doing this? Why are you doing this? What are you trying to accomplish by going through this process? What are you trying to accomplish by going through this process?

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19 7 TH Grade – Class 701 Reading Data Student Name Grade Level Scale Score Performance Level Student Name Grade Level Scale Score Performance Level Fabain 7th Fabain 7th Robin 7th Robin 7th Ferris 7th Ferris 7th Ejaaz 7th Ejaaz 7th Christopher 7th Christopher 7th Christian 7th Christian 7th Ashley 7th Ashley 7th Karen 7th Karen 7th Luis 7th Luis 7th Lucero 7th Lucero 7th Lilibeth 7th Lilibeth 7th Steafon 7th Steafon 7th Abi 7th Abi 7th Hassan 7th Hassan 7th Steven 7th Steven 7th Alexander 7th Alexander 7th Cannedy 7th Cannedy 7th Henry 7th Henry 7th Malik 7th Malik 7th Jasmin 7th Jasmin 7th Number of Students Tested in Class:20 Number of Students Tested in Class:20 Number of Students at/or above Level 317/20=85% Number of Students at/or above Level 317/20=85% Schoolwide Goal:85% Schoolwide Goal:85% Your Class Goal:100% Your Class Goal:100%

20 7 th Grade Class Mathematics Data Student Name Grade Level Scale Score Performance Level Student Name Grade Level Scale Score Performance Level 1. Fabain 7th Fabain 7th Robin 7th Robin 7th Ferris 7th Ferris 7th Ejaaz 7th Ejaaz 7th Christopher 7th Christopher 7th Christian 7th Christian 7th Ashley 7th Ashley 7th Karen 7th Karen 7th Luis 7th Luis 7th Lucero 7th Lucero 7th Lilibeth 7th Lilibeth 7th Steafon 7th Steafon 7th Abi 7th Abi 7th Hassan 7th Hassan 7th Steven 7th Steven 7th Alexander 7th Alexander 7th Cannedy 7th Cannedy 7th Henry 7th Henry 7th Malik 7th Malik 7th Jasmin 7th Jasmin 7th Eddie 7th Eddie 7th Number of Students Tested in Class:21 Number of Students Tested in Class:21 Number of Students at/or above Level 320/21=95% Number of Students at/or above Level 320/21=95% Schoolwide Goal:90% Schoolwide Goal:90% Your Class Goal:100% Your Class Goal:100%

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23 Teach AP’s How To Effectively Supervise Model What You Want Them To Do And Know Model What You Want Them To Do And Know Communicate and Be Consistent Communicate and Be Consistent Support Them As They Lead So They Develop And Grow As Leaders Support Them As They Lead So They Develop And Grow As Leaders

24 Student Achievement in Reading Students at or above Grade Level

25 Student Achievement in Math Students at or above grade level

26 Hugo Newman Today! What We Have Accomplished ….. Successfully phased-in of a PreK - 8 Successfully phased-in of a PreK - 8 Collaborative Community of Practice Collaborative Community of Practice Teachers College Writing Project Mentor School Teachers College Writing Project Mentor School Say Yes to Education Site Say Yes to Education Site Successfully raised over 5 million dollars to support extended day and other academic programs Successfully raised over 5 million dollars to support extended day and other academic programs Successfully created multiple community partnerships that support students services (ex. Dental Clinic, Optometric Center, Farmers Market) Successfully created multiple community partnerships that support students services (ex. Dental Clinic, Optometric Center, Farmers Market) 2008 Panasonic National School Change Award Winner! 2008 Panasonic National School Change Award Winner! 2007 Panasonic National School Change Award Finalist 2007 Panasonic National School Change Award Finalist 2006 Panasonic National School Change Award Finalist 2006 Panasonic National School Change Award Finalist High Performing, Gap Closing School High Performing, Gap Closing School Rapidly Improving Gap Closing School Rapidly Improving Gap Closing School

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