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Using SAM TimeTrack Data to Inform the Work of Instructional Leaders
Welcome and Introductions
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?
“Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. After you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” - Jack Welch
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
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.
Group Activity # 2 Group Report Out Groups #1-8 (Time Limit 3 min. each )
Professional Capital Transforming Teachers in Every School Andy Hargreaves And Michael Fullan
“…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
“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
The Johnny Appleseed Challenge for Professional Capital - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg. 148
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
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
Guidelines for School and District Leaders Know your people: understand their culture. - Hargreaves and Fullan, pg
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?