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1 Strategic Education Plan and Report Guide on the Side Within the Guide you will find:  Reflective Questions to consider during the development of your plan.  Tips, Tools and Resources for developing the report and for ADCOS and/or board presentations.  Criteria to Remember – items from Ed Planning Criteria  Grey Text – replace with your information This page is for planning purposes only. Ed Planning Guide for Leaders Quick Link: Ed Planning Guide for Leaders (Board Presentation schedule included) CESD Ed Planning and Reporting Quick Link: CESD Ed Planning and Reporting (All Ed Planning resources) CESD Ed Planning Template Quick Link: CESD Ed Planning Template (Original template)

2 Strategic Education Plan and Report [ ] [School Logo]

3  [A few defining statements about your school, demographics…]

4  Mission: [Why we exist]  Vision: [What we hope to become]  Values: [How we behave] About Us Reflective Question: Alignment Is your school’s mission, vision and values clearly evident in the “About Us” section and does it all align and converge toward our main purpose in CESD of improving student learning? Remind CESD Mission Statement: Chinook’s Edge School Division will engage every student in meaningful learning by challenging, encouraging and believing in them. Vision Statement: Chinook’s Edge School Division will be universally recognized as a collaborative learning community where learning is personalized for all students to achieve success as compassionate and innovative global citizens.

5  Goal #1: [i.e.. Reading Literacy…] [Inquiry Question: Will a strategic, clearly communicated plan…]  Goal #2: [ i.e.. Collaborative Inquiry…] [Inquiry Question: Will a collaborative team of teachers who are committed to reflection… ] About Us Reflective Questions: Collaborative Leadership What was the process of identifying your school goals? Did your planning process solicit input from staff, students and parents? Do your goals support the CESD mission, vision and purpose?

6 [Collaborative planning and Inquiry - U of Lethbridge (David Townsend and Pam Adams) - Critical questioning of practice] Tip: What is integral to your school’s success and contributes to you reaching your goals?

7  [i.e.. Health and Wellness]  [i.e.. Fine Arts Focus]

8 [i.e. Safe and Caring School] [i.e. Collaborative Problem Solving]

9 [i.e. Coaching Culture] [i.e. Intellectual Engagement]

10 This Page is for planning purposes only. Quick Links: Quick Links: CESD Results (PATs and DIPs)CESD Results (PATs and DIPs) Results and Data

11  Accountability Pillar results Accountability Pillar results  Achievement Tests Results Achievement Tests Results  School Generated Data School Generated Data  Diploma Exams Results Criteria to remember: Include Accountability Pillar, PATs/DIPs, and other school generated data. Provide links to data plus a summary. Quick Link : Extranet https://phoenix.edc.gov.ab.ca/login/default.asp Toll free

12 Criteria to Remember: Accountability Pillar Report Card If an area is highlighted RED – there MUST be a detailed explanation and significant strategies that address improvement in this area. Snipping Tool This page is for planning purposes only. When inserting a graph from the Accountability Survey report: it is better to cut and paste the graph directly from the word document from the extranet site. https://phoenix.edc.gov.ab.ca/login/default.asp

13 Results and Data Back to Results Back to Results Annually, parents, staff and grade 4 students complete surveys that provide feedback to Alberta Education. Schools can then reflect upon results to make improvements and develop programs. School overall - ###% School overall – ###% Province overall – ###% [Educational Quality] Educational Quality Continuous Improvement

14 Results and Data Back to Results Back to Results Area of Focus : School Province Acceptable/Excellence Acceptable/Excellence Mathematics ######%#######% Language Arts ######%#######% [Differentiation - Purposeful Instructional Strategies] [Personalization of Learning] Key Strategies Criteria

15 [Safe and Caring] Staff: Safety of School Environment - ###% Caring Atmosphere - ###% Back to Results Back to Results Students: Safety of School Environment – ##% Caring Atmosphere - ###% Feel Welcome – ###% Parent: Safety of School Environment - ###% Caring Atmosphere – ###% Feel Welcome – ###% Results and Data

16 [L.A./Math Five Year Roll-up (Grade three)] Back to Results Back to Results Acc / Exc Language Arts## / ## Mathematics## / ## Graph from Accountability Pillar Provincial Achievement Test Results Results and Data

17 Back to Results Safe and Caring – ##% Continuous Improvement within the school – ##% Effective communication between home/sch – ##% Example only, replace with your school data.

18 Planning [A brief summary and analysis of Results: what did your results tell you?] [Areas of Growth: Academic and Satisfaction] Reflective Question: Are there any unexpected trends (pos/neg) that emerged from the data? What are they and how will you address them?

19  An excellent start to learning ◦ There are no required performance measures for this goal.  Success for every student ◦ students demonstrate proficiency in literacy and numeracy, students achieve educational outcomes, students demonstrate citizenship and entrepreneurship and we eliminate the achievement gap between First nations.  Quality teaching and school leadership ◦ Teacher preparation and professional growth focus on the competencies needed to help students learn. Effective learning and teaching is achieved through collaborative leadership.  Engaged and effective governance ◦ The education system demonstrates collaboration and engagement. Students and communities have access to safe and healthy learning environments. What new provincial goals tell us… Planning

20 Criteria to Remember Goals and strategies are: Specific - clear Measurable – measure for success and improvement Attainable Relevant – consistent with CESD and school mission and vision Time - Specified QLE – goals and strategies are designed to improve the QLE within the school Incorporate: FMNI, Library, Technology, Pyramid of supports (student services), school communication plan, etc… Planning Strategies which reflect on school results and data analysis, School Goals and Provincial goals. [School Goals and Strategies – Next few Pages] This page is for planning purposes only. Reflective Questions: Evidence How will you measure your school’s success? What will success look like if it is achieved? Reflective Question: Closing the Gap How do strategies within your plan narrow the academic gap between FNMI students and other students? Reflective Question: Quality Teaching How does your planning process reflect the following CESD statement? We believe that continuous school improvement and student success in their learning depends on the quality of instruction in classrooms.

21 Goal #1: Inquiry Question: Strategies: [Specific school goals] Planning Criteria to Remember Goals and Strategies are: clear, concise, based on research and best practices, focused on the QLE and there are concrete links to the CESD and provincial goals. Reflective Question: Educational Research On what research are the strategies within your plan grounded ? The QLE guides instructional practice within CESD. How are your goals and strategies linked to the various components that collectively form the QLE?

22 Goal #2: Inquiry Question: Strategies: [Specific to school goal] Planning Reflective Question: Leadership Development Distributed leadership within a school requires high levels of collaborative interaction. Does your plan address the development of distributed leadership within your school and the subsequent time requirements for collaboration ? Quick Link: Developing School Leadership Competencies using a collaborative Inquiry Model ( ) IL Project Description

23 Alberta EducationChinook’s Edge[School name] An Excellent Start to Learning Children are reaching emotional, social, intellectual and physical development milestones. [School Goals or Strategies] Success for Every Student Students achieve student learning outcomes, demonstrate proficiency in literacy and numeracy, demonstrate citizenship and entrepreneurship and we eliminate the gap between FNMI students and other students. [School Goals or Strategies] Quality Teaching and School Leadership Teacher preparation and professional growth focus on the competencies needed to help students learn. Effective learning and teaching is achieved through collaborative leadership. [School Goals or Strategies] Engaged and Effective Governance The education system demonstrates collaboration and engagement. Students and communities have access to safe and healthy learning environments. [School Goals or Strategies]Planning Reflective Question: Do your school goals align with those of the province and the school division?

24 Planning Planning Highlights * What is on the horizon that requires awareness from all stakeholders? * Are there challenges that are unique to our school or community?

25 [Christmas Turkey Dinner] [Year-end BBQ] [Halloween Dance] [Special Events and Speakers]

26 Key messages and large scale indicators of success and improvements. Reflective Question: Values Audit When you ask, do your stakeholders (teachers, students, parents and community)say that your school values what you claim to value as a school ?

27 Presentation to the Board Tips Education Plan Be Authentic. Consider the Time Factor – 30 min (20 presentation + 10 Q and A) the ‘PDF’ to Mandy. – Current version on planning page. Trustees have online access to your plan via the planning page. No need for paper copies. Checklist from Planning Guide. Tell a story – Be engaging What do you need from us? Questions from Board will be focused on academic success and collaboration Talk about class sizes, QLE, Instructional Leadership (time and support) Memory Stick This page is for planning purposes only.


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