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2 Learning Teaching and Family Support Retreat November 5, :00 am – 3:30 pm Wiki site

3 Learning organizations are organizations where people continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, where collective aspiration is set free, and where people are continually learning how to learn together. In essence, leaders are people who ‘walk ahead,” people genuinely committed to deep change, in themselves and in their organizations. - Peter Senge

4 AGENDA  Welcome and Outcomes: 8:30-8:45  LTFS: Cradle to Career: 8:45-9:00  Leadership Success Stories: 9:00-9:30  BUI LD : Data & Race Equity: 9:30-11:00  BU I LD: Instructional Core: 11: :00 LUNCH  Literacy Targeted Strategy: 1:00 -2:00  Problems of Practice & Systems Tool Application: 2:00 - 3:00  Reflections & Next Steps: 3:00-3:30

5 Outcomes for today  Reflect on our leadership successes and further our leadership around eliminating the gap  Gain a deeper understanding of our leadership moves related to creating the conditions for data use  Practice a data coaching tool (Future Focus Diagram)  Develop understanding of how CEL foundational ideas, the 5D instructional framework and the 5D+ rubric connect

6 Outcomes for today  Learn how to apply the our 5D Instructional Framework to our work with adult learners, focusing on “PURPOSE”  Come to consensus on a common definition of literacy for PSESD  Identify how we each support literacy in our roles  Practice applying tools to leadership problems of practice  Connect and learn from each other

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8 In order to accomplish our goals….. Principles & Anti-Racist MCO Our established values-based framework. We hold each other accountable to sustaining these Principles to meet the Agency END. Leadership Profile  Ethical  Visionary  Strategic  Creative  Relational  Culturally Competent  Communicative We solicit, provide and use regular feedback and communication in every direction.

9 Leadership Challenge

10 BUILD: Expectations as LTFS Leaders  B est Practices: Learn from each other by sharing best practices and replicating success  U phold Whole Child Tenets: Healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged youth  I nstructional Core: Build capacity around the instructional core of effective teaching, relevant content and student engagement  L ead with Racial Equity  D ata Informed: Understand our local educational issues and target needs BUILD = PSESD’s Theory of Change or the building blocks required to ensure success in meeting our END

11 Shift in Practice….  General ENDS  Program or Grant Outcomes  Various Program Strategies  Isolated Impacts  Eliminate the Gap  Measures of Progress (MOPS) with Aligned Program Measures  Foundational & Targeted Strategies with Aligned Program Strategies  Collective Impact

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13 Leadership Success Stories  Each person has 1-2 minutes to share a brief leadership success story  Share why it was successful and what you did to contribute to the success  After each person shares, reflect as table group about any themes or connections you noticed  Listen for connections to our Principles, Leadership Practices or Leadership Characteristics

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15 BUI L D: Lead with Racial Equity  Race Equity Tool  Intercultural Dialogue Tools  Work Force Equity Plans  Caucusing  Diversity Coaches  Community Engagement

16 BUIL D : DATA & RESOURCES  PROGRESS: Data repository  Using data to inform practice

17 Creating the Conditions for Data Use  Consider your leadership strategies to create the conditions for data use  What are the driving forces that that support or encourage your strategies?  What are the preventing forces that get in the way of your strategies?  What are your next steps?

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19 BU I LD: 5D Instructional Framework

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21 LUNCH

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23 Outcomes: A1 Strategy Group PK-5 Literacy  Come to consensus on a common definition of literacy for PSESD  Identify how we each support literacy in our roles

24 Success Criteria  I can access our common definition of literacy  I can identify how I support literacy in my role

25 Magic Number

26 1.Review the data disaggregated by race 2.What do you notice? 3.What questions does the data generate for you? Literacy Data

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28 for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science & Technical Subjects

29 Comprehensive Literacy Plan

30 M.I.P. Reading Protocol – Part 1 1.Independently read the excerpt on Instruction and Intervention 2.Identify what you feel is the M ost I mportant P oint as it relates to your role 3.Be ready to share

31 M.I.P. Reading Protocol – Part 2  Share your M ost I mportant P oint with others at your table

32 Outcomes  Come to consensus on a common definition of literacy for PSESD  Identify how we each support literacy in our roles

33 Definition of Literacy Literacy is an on-going cognitive process that begins at birth. It involves the integration of listening, speaking, reading, writing and critical thinking. Literacy also includes the knowledge that enables the speaker, writer, or reader to recognize and use language appropriate to a situation in an increasingly complex literate environment. Active literacy allows people to think, create, question, solve problems, and reflect in order to participate effectively in a democratic, multicultural society. p. 13 Washington Comprehensive Literacy Plan

34 Connecting  What specifically can you do in your role to support achievement for all students in the area of literacy?  Record on post-it

35 Give One, Get One  Share with a partner  At signal, choose a new partner and share

36 Success Criteria  I can access our common definition of literacy  I can identify how I support literacy in my role

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38 Reflect on the Process  Stand by one sub-dimension  Review your sub-dimension  What did you notice in this presentation related to the sub-dimension?  What do you wonder?

39 What does it represent?

40 RACE EQUITY TOOL 1.Educate on racial issues and raises racial consciousness. 2.Promote racially inclusive collaboration and engagement. 3.Assess community conditions and set goals for affecting the desired community impact. 4.Expand opportunity and access for individuals. 5.Affect systemic change. 6.Develop and implement strategies for eliminating racial inequity. “A tool is only as good as the mindset using it”…-fullan

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42 Ladders of Inference: 2+2=5?

43 Reflections  Reflect on your learning from the day  Consider what/how you will share with those you lead  Internal Next Step? External Next Step?


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