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1 Using SAM TimeTrack Data to Inform the Work of Instructional Leaders

2 Welcome and Introductions

3 Essential Questions What data is provided in the SAM TimeTrack Calendar? How can I use data provided in the TimeTrack Calendar to inform instructional preparation and planning?

4 “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. After you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” - Jack Welch

5 Gallery Walk Analyze the data for each of the eight charts and record your responses to the following: What questions or actions do the data suggest to you? (You have 32 minutes to complete the gallery walk.) Charts 1, 2, 3, and 4 Numbers Talk High School Ms. Iseay Urdata, Principal Charts 5, 6, 7, and 8 Data Elementary School Mr. Ivegot Urnumber, Principal

6 Group Activity # 1 Work together with your team to summarize the questions and actions attached to the chart which corresponds to your team number. Work together to prepare a three minute report for the entire group. Use the chart paper and markers to assist you with planning and/or presenting.

7 Group Activity # 2 Group Report Out Groups #1-8 (Time Limit 3 min. each )

8 Professional Capital Transforming Teachers in Every School Andy Hargreaves And Michael Fullan

9 “…our book is about a collective transformation of public education achieved by all teachers and leaders in every school And it’s about how to secure this through a new strategy that harnesses the commitments a capabilities of the many: the power of professional capital.” - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg. xi

10 “This is the essence of professional capital… capability and commitment that are constantly developed, applied, and refined with colleagues within the school and beyond it.” - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg. 76

11 The Johnny Appleseed Challenge for Professional Capital - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg. 148

12 Guidelines for Teachers: Become a true pro. Start with yourself: examine you own experience. Be a mindful teacher. Build your human capital through social capital. Push and pull your peers. Invest in and accumulate your decisional capital. Manage up: help your leaders be the best they can be. Take the first step. Surprise yourself. Connect everything back to your students. - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg. 154

13 Guidelines for School and District Leaders Promote professional capital vigorously and courageously. Know your people: understand their culture. Secure leadership stability and sustainability. Be aware of contrived collegiality. Reach out beyond your borders. Be evidence-informed, not data driven. - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg

14 Guidelines for School and District Leaders Know your people: understand their culture. - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg

15 Essential Questions What data is provided in the SAM TimeTrack Calendar? How can I use data provided in the TimeTrack Calendar to inform instructional preparation and planning to increase “professional capital” in my school?

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