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1 Strengthening Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Leadership Grant Broome-Tioga Consortium Presentation by: Barbara Phillips, Network Team Coordinator Amy Johnson, Director of Professional Development and Resource Center Joe Guccia, Johnson City Middle School Principal

2 Today’s Outcomes: Describe the Broome-Tioga BOCES STLE Consortium leadership model Describe how the grant has defined further professional development in the region

3 What is the STLE Leadership Model? Career Ladder 3 Levels for Teachers and Principals

4 Career Ladder Model: Teacher Level 3: Academic Coaching Coaching Skills Protocols for Quality Conversations Level 2: DDI Identifying Trends in Relevant Data Data Meeting Protocols Data Meeting Facilitation Level 1: Effective Teaching Common Language: 4 Areas of Instruction NYS Teaching Standards Framework Labeling Practice

5 Career Ladder Model: Principal Level 3: NYS Superintendent Development District Level Leadership Skills Networking with Leadership State-Wide Level 2: ISLLC Goal Setting: Leadership Leading leader(s) in the ISLLC Planning Process/Implementation Level 1: ISLLC Goal Setting Needs Assessment of Building Planning and Implementation of Action Steps

6 Selection Process Set criteria for every level of the program Applications (with letters of recommendation) submitted District Selection Committee meetings to make the final decision

7 Career Ladder Model: Teacher Level 3: Academic Coaching Coaching Skills Protocols for Quality Conversations Level 2: DDI Identifying Trends in Relevant Data Data Meeting Protocols Data Meeting Facilitation Level 1: Effective Teaching Common Language: 4 Areas of Instruction NYS Teaching Standards Framework Labeling Practice 5 Schools: Chenango Valley Harpursville Johnson City Owego-Apalachin Windsor 30 Teachers 94 Teachers 108 Teachers

8 Career Ladder Model: Principal Level 3: NYS Superintendent Development District Level Leadership Skills Networking with Leadership State-Wide Level 2: ISLLC Goal Setting: Leadership Leading leader(s) in the ISLLC Planning Process/Implementation Level 1: ISLLC Goal Setting Needs Assessment of Building Planning and Implementation of Action Steps 5 Schools: Chenango Valley Harpursville Johnson City Owego-Apalachin Windsor 4 Principals 6 Principals 9 Principals

9 How do we know this is impacting our schools? Action Research Projects Individualized Written Reflections Individualized Participant Visits

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12 Participating in the STLE program has revitalized my teaching and delivery of instruction. As an experienced educator it is easy to get caught up with do things that same way year in and year out. This program has re-emphasized and refreshed my memory on the structure of an effective lesson plan and the delivery of each lesson. -Todd Hertzog, Chenango Valley CSD STLE 2 was by far the best professional development instruction I’ve received as a teacher. I learned many strategies and gained knowledge that I can implement in my classroom. I really enjoyed that they gave us actual strategies and ideas for activities to try in our classrooms. The most beneficial part was the time given to collaborate with other educators and hear and see what they do in their classrooms. The training has positively benefited my teaching style, and will in turn benefit my students for years to come. -Kristina Gregory, Johnson City CSD As I move onward, I am looking forward to reflecting with my peers on the data meeting process in order to refine and improve our work. I am also looking forward to the STLE coaching piece. Part of my work each day is planning for effective instruction with teachers, noticing learning behaviors in our students, and promoting effective reflection that improves our instruction and student learning. I am excited to have the support and input of many other professionals who are also learning to be effective peer coaches. A regional network of coaches is a powerful asset as we learn to navigate this unique role and its challenges. -Therese Hans, Owego CSD

13 One Principal’s Story…

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15 Influence on Regional Professional Development Middle School AIS Best Practices Assessing Literacy Skills of Middle Level and High School Students Leadership: Manny Scott

16 Additional Benefits Regional “Network” of Leaders has been established Teacher level Principal level Regional “Steering Committee”

17 Next Step Currently building a STLE Regional Service for Schools expressing interest for

18 Thank you! Questions? Contact Information: Barbara Phillips Amy Johnson


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