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1 Texas Transformation Project Teacher Leadership

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3 Objectives You will… Make connections between Teacher Leadership and the Critical Success Factors (CSFs) Make connections between Teacher Leadership and the Critical Success Factors (CSFs) Understand Teacher Leader Roles and Responsibilities Understand Teacher Leader Roles and Responsibilities

4 Purpose and Outcomes

5 Critical Success Factors (CSFs)

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7 Improve Academic Performance Year 1 Year 2 Year 3

8 Increase Teacher Quality

9 Improve School Climate

10 Increase Leadership Effectiveness

11 1. Problem Framing 2. Collecting Data 3. Analyzing Data 4. Celebrating and Sharing Increase the Use of Quality Data to Drive Instruction

12 Increase Parent/Community Involvement

13 Increase Learning Time

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15 Teacher Leader KWL Fill in the “K” boxes on the KWL chart.

16 Teacher Leader KWL Fill in the “W” boxes on the KWL chart.

17 Teacher Leader KWL As we continue the presentation, fill in the “L” boxes on the KWL chart.

18 Role & Responsibilities of the Teacher Leader

19 Are NOT…

20 Supervisors

21 Are NOT… Supervisors

22 Are NOT… Evaluators Of Teachers

23 Evaluators Of Teachers Are NOT

24 Are NOT… Administrators For Discipline

25 Are NOT… Administrator For Discipline

26 Are NOT… Substitutes

27 Are NOT… Substitutes

28 Are NOT… Administrative Assistants

29 Are NOT… Administrative Assistants

30 Are NOT… Department Chairs

31 Are NOT… Department Chairs

32 Are NOT… Program Coordinators

33 Are NOT… Program Coordinator

34 Are NOT… ARD Facilitators

35 Are NOT… ARD Facilitator

36 Are NOT… Interventionists/ Content Specialists

37 Are NOT… Interventionist/ Content Specialist

38 Are NOT… Peer Facilitators

39 Are NOT… Peer Facilitator

40 How does this information inform you about teacher leadership on your campus?

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42 Are

43 Teacher Leader Instructional Leader Are…

44 Teacher Leader Instructional Leader Are…ClassroomObservers

45 Teacher Leader Instructional Leader Are…ClassroomObservers Researcher

46 Teacher Leader Instructional Leader Are…ClassroomObservers ClassroomTeacher Researcher

47 Are…Facilitator Teacher Leader

48 Are… Facilitator Small Learning Groups Teacher Leader

49 Are… Facilitator Small Learning Groups Job Embedded PD Teacher Leader

50 Are… Leadership Team Member

51 Are… Teacher Leader Leadership Team Member Participant in TTIPS Training

52 Are… Teacher Leader Leadership Team Member Participant in TTIPS Training GrantKnowledge

53 Are… Teacher Leader Leadership Team Member Participant in Training GrantKnowledge

54 Teacher Leader Are…Facilitator Leadership Team Member Instructional Leader

55 “A teacher should have maximal authority and minimal power” --Thomas Szasz What does this quote mean?

56 ProfessionalDiscretion Trustworthiness Interpersonal Skills Communication Skills Influence Innovation Willingness To Learn And Share EmbracingChallengesPositiveAttitude Empathy EffectiveInstruction Evidence of… Maintaining High Standards

57 Responsibilities

58 What teacher leader responsibility needs to be addressed the most on your campus?

59 How can the qualities of a teacher leader allow you to address this area more effectively? Effective Instruction Effective Instruction Willingness to Learn Willingness to Learn Embracing Challenges Embracing Challenges Interpersonal Skills Interpersonal Skills Positive Attitude Positive Attitude Influence Influence Innovation Innovation Communication Skills Communication Skills Empathy Empathy Professional Discretion Professional Discretion Trustworthiness Trustworthiness Maintaining High Standards Maintaining High Standards

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62 Read the 10 Commitments of Leadership.

63 The Five Practices Model the Way Inspire a Shared Vision Challenge the Process Enable Others To Act Encourage the Heart

64 The Leadership Challenge The Leadership Challenge Kouzes and Posner Work with your table partners to match the Leadership Practice with the 10 commitments.

65 The Leadership Challenge PracticeCommitments Model the Way1 and 2 Inspire a Shared Vision3 and 4 Challenge the Process5 and 6 Enable Others to Act7 and 8 Encourage the Heart9 and 10

66 Time Scheduling Awareness Understand the Journey Communication

67 Time

68 Approx. 1 hour daily Year One: Teacher Leadership

69 Approx. 3 hours Daily Year Two: Teacher Leadership

70 Approx. 5 hours Daily Year Three: Teacher Leadership

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72 Scheduling

73 How will your schedule support time for classroom observations and collaborative dialogue?

74 How will your schedule allow teacher leaders to mentor and provide resources to their colleagues?

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76 Trends Patterns Insights Relationships Support

77 How will your schedule allow teacher leaders to collaborate with one another?

78 Awareness

79 Expanded Focus

80 Understand the Journey

81 Year One: Making Connections To Leadership

82 Year Two: Inquiry in Action

83 Year Three: Sustaining Meaningful Change

84 Communication

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86 How are you going to communicate and create excitement and support amongst your staff about teacher leadership?

87 1.Plan and take action on how teacher leadership will be introduced to staff and implemented on campus. 2.Have solid answers for the scheduling questions. 3.Teacher leaders will get into the classrooms to build positive relationships with staff. NEXT STEPS …

88 Dates to Remember … 1. A.S.A.P. 2. November 2011

89 Adrienne Aldaco


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