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The State Role in Promoting Instructional Leadership Glenda Copeland Georgia State Liaison
Essential Question: What can my organization do to build the capacity of principals and school leaders as instructional leaders?
School Leadership that Works: From Research to Results Marzano, R., Waters, T., and McNulty, B, (2005). School leadership that works: From research to results. Alexandria VA: ASCD.
How much of a school’s impact on student achievement is due to the leadership displayed in that school? Central Question:
Methodology Used: Meta-Analysis 69 studies 2,802 schools 1.4 million students 14,000 teachers
Basic Findings: Correlation between principal leadership & school’s average academic achievement =.25
Marzano identified responsibilities of the school leader 66 practices
In Your Table Group: Individually record 5 most important leadership responsibilities (5 minutes) Discuss and decide on the top 2 (30 minutes) Record reasons why each was selected
1 st Order Change Incremental Next most obvious step
2 nd Order Change Anything but incremental Dramatic departure from the expected
2 nd Order Change Knowledge of C I A Optimizer Intellectual Stimulation Change Agent Monitoring/Evaluating Flexibility Ideals/Beliefs
Responsibilities Negatively Affected by 2 nd Order Change Culture Communication Order Input
Effective School Leadership 1.Strong school leadership team 2.Distributed responsibilities 3.The right work 4.Order of magnitude 5.Match the management style with magnitude
Requirements for Creating a Purposeful Community Collective efficacy Development and use of all available assets Accomplishment of goals that matter to all community members Agreed-upon processes
In State Teams… Individually answer the questions (5 minutes) Discuss your answers with your team (20 minutes) Prepare a 2 minute report on your team’s discussion and select a reporter
“Leadership is, among other things, the ability to inflict pain and get away with it — short-term pain for long-term gain.” — George Will columnist
From Water, T. & Cameron, G. (2006). The Balanced Leadership Framework: Connecting Vision with Action. Denver, CO: Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning. (pp. 42–43).
McREL’s Balanced Leadership Dr. Doug Moeckel KASB Leadership Services.
School Leadership that Works: From Research to Results Marzano, Waters, and McNulty 2005.
A School Leader: 21Responsibilities R= correlation between responsibility and student academic achievement From Marzano, Waters, McNulty, School Leadership.
ABC's of Leading for the New Principal Janet Ledesma, Ph.D. Monday, August 6, 2012 (11:15 am - 12:30 pm) Session ID: 298 Location: Delta Island E.
School Leadership that Works Robert Marzano, Timothy Waters, & Brian McNulty.
OR…………………….NOT EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP. NOT WITH... TUSIGA POSSIBLE KATH POSSIBLE KYM POSSIBLE GRACE POSSIBLE GUS POSSIBLE SONIA POSSIBLE.
Instructional Leadership Supporting High Standards.
Leadership: Connecting Vision With Action Presented by: Jan Stanley Spring 2010 Title I Directors’ Meeting.
Leading Literacy March Keay Cobbin. To share what I have learned working with literacy leaders who have been successful in affecting change in.
OIP Resources and Training Documents Used in This PowerPoint Materials/Resources: Print copies of the handouts for each person. They are used at the following.
Parma City School District March 30, Research demonstrates a strong relationship between leadership and achievement Average effect size is.25 Instructional.
OCM BOCES Day 2 Principal Evaluator Training 1. Back to the beginning: 2 Nine Components.
THE POWER AND POTENTIAL OF PERCEPTUAL DATA TO INFORM IMPROVEMENT Missouri Student Success Network March 12, 2008 Bill Elder, Ph.D. Howard Jones, Ed.D.
Important Competencies for the Selection of Effective School Leaders: Principals’ Perceptions Arturo J. Cavazos Martha N. Ovando The University of Texas.
EngageNY.org A Change Focused Culture Session 5A, November 2013 NTI.
CESD Board and Admin Retreat March 20-22, FIND YOUR TEAM & TABLE: Look at the icon on the left hand side of your nametag your name is also on.
Administrative Evaluation Committee – Orientation Meeting Dr. Christine Carver, Associate Superintendent of Human Capital Development Mr. Stephen Foresi,
SMART GOALS As Related to APPR. SMART GOALS There is absolutely no research correlation between success and family background, race, national origin,
Redefining Leadership for Inclusive Instructional Leadership: The Role of Higher Education Brian A McNulty Ph. D.
SCHOOL LEADERSHIP THAT WORKS TM November 2004/CRB © McREL 2004 Do not copy without permission Leadership for a Culture of Learning Chris Briggs-Hale Senior.
Quality teaching requires strong professional learning communities. Collegial interchange, not isolation, must become the norm for teachers. Communities.
What does the research say? What Works in Schools: Translating Research into Action Robert Marzano Snapshot Survey of School Effective Factors Marzano,
Leadership Training to Improve Curriculum, Instruction, and Achievement: Evidence from Michigan Schools Roger Goddard, Senior Fellow, McREL Dan Reattoir,
Enhance Professional Growth Principal Evaluation Superintendents are Key in the Assessment of Principal Performance Renae Tostenson EDAD 608 April 2011.
Amy Bobak Angelina Saloom Kimberly Carthy-Pierre Tina Pavy.
The Professional Learning Community Presented by Tom Jennings.
Knows and performs Illinois Professional Teaching Standards including working with diverse learners Demonstrates basic competency in planning, instruction,
Name Workshop Facilitator Instructional Leadership: Creating Demand.
2 Differentiated Technical Assistance Team (DTAT) Video Series Leadership: Teachers and Teams Part II of III Judy Johnston, LaVonne Kunkel, & Steve DeGaetani.
The Method to My Madness Rapid City Area Schools Administrative Retreat August 9, 2010.
1. Housekeeping Items June 8 th and 9 th put on calendar for 2 nd round of Iowa Core ***Shenandoah participants*** Module 6 training on March 24 th will.
Office of School Improvement Differentiated Webinar Series Leadership #1 February 1, 2012 Presenters: Judy Johnston Vonnie Kunkel 1.
Implementing High-Effect Size Practices Linking High-Effect Size Practices to Teacher Evaluation Name of School.
Leader Or Manager? Adrian Taylor St. Mary’s High School Building Leadership Capacity Setting Your Compass Middle Manager Or Middle Leader?
Creating a Roadmap for Change: Utilizing School Planning to Reculture Schools Darius S. Adamson, Sr. School Transformation Coach District and School Transformation.
Webinar: Leadership Teams October 2013: Idaho RTI.
1 Massachusetts’ Race To The Top Plan Paul Reville, Secretary of Education Mitchell D. Chester, Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Carol.
Teacher Leader Network Connection Robin Hebert - ELA Renee’ Yates - Math.
Jeanne Cowan Janet Hensley PIRLL Partnership for Improvement in Rural Leadership and Learning August 31,
Developing High-Quality Campus Plans for Student Achievement.
2 Important Questions What was the difference between you and your peers who decided to pursue higher education, and those that did not? What made some.
Forward Moving Districts Information Summarized by Iowa Support Team as they Study Identified Buildings and Districts Actions in those Buildings and Districts.
St Albans Secondary College WELCOME. A snapshot of St Albans Secondary College.
Effective leadership at the District level leading to improved Student Achievement and well-being Mental Health Pre-Summit.
AGENDA A teacher’s perspective Barb Schmidt Stevens High School Acacia Trevillyan South Park Elementary Review steps to create a quality CFA
External Review Report Westminster Public Schools April 24-27, 2016.
“Making the Case for Professional Learning Communities” Placer County Office of Education Renee Regacho-Anaclerio- Assistant Superintendent Educational.
Learning-Centered Leadership Joseph Murphy Peabody College, Vanderbilt University.
Instructional Partners Westlawn Middle School Lacey Lupo.
McREL Leadership Initiative North Rockland Administrator’s Summer ALF Retreat June 30, 2010 Overlook Lodge.
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