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1 Leadership Workshop Principals & Coaches Sit Together Other Staff - join a school team September 4, 2009 Binders are for Coaches

2 Updates Rest Rooms Fire Exits Coffee & Water Revised PD Calendar Move quickly between sessions Lunch – Taco Bar

3 Why are you here today? Leadership Team Roles PLC –Your Role Curriculum Support Creating Collaborative Teams Formative Assessment Overview

4 Workshop Outcomes Identify how coach & principal will work together as leadership team Touch Base with Curriculum Facilitators – Curriculum Updates & Hot Topics Prepare for September 18 In-service – PLC -- Creating Collaborative Teams – Formative Assessment What do we want to know or be able to do at the end of the today?

5 Workshop Format Large Group Break-out sessions Lunch Large Group Break-out Sessions

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7 Mary Ellen Maske Carol Cassells, Joy Long, Becky Martin, Candi Lynch Ann Nicholson, Amy Russell Bonnie Spaight Principals Instructional Coaches Classroom and Support Teachers PLC Express

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9 Instructional Coach Role What it is? What it isnt? Carousel Activity – Identify the what it is looks like or could look like in your building Share Out

10 Responsibilities- Instructional Coach & Principal

11 Change in the Mission of Education Old Mission Every Student CAN learn Assessment OF Learning (Summative) Select and Sort Students Winners and Losers Focus on Teaching New Mission Every Student WILL learn Assessment FOR Learning (Formative) Pyramid of Intervention Failure is Not an Option Focus on Learning

12 I cannot teach anybody anything; I can only make them think. Socrates (BC 469- BC 399)

13 The Foundation of Professional Learning Communities Three Big Ideas Six Characteristics Four Corollary Questions

14 4 Questions What do we want each students to know or be able to do? How will we know they have learned? What evidence do we have of the learning? How do we respond when students dont learn or struggle? How do we respond to those who have already learned? Student Learning Expectations Formative Assessment Pyramid Of Intervention

15 Student Questions What do I need to know ? Where am I now? How do I get there? What happens if I struggle or fail?

16 Focus on Learning Collaborative Culture Collective Inquiry Action Oriented Commitment to Continuous Improvement Results Oriented 6 Characteristics

17 Trust Trust is …cultivated through speech, conversation, communication and action. Building Trust by Solomon & Flores

18 The relationship among the adults in the schoolhouse has more impact on the quality and character of the schoolhouse – and on the accomplishments of youngsters – than any other factor. -- Roland Barth, Learning by the Heart

19 Relational Trust Focuses on distinct role relationships AND the obligation & expectations associated with themResults Enhances trust or diminishes trust

20 Someones Behavior My belief about the behavior Feelings Outcome/Reactions

21 Enhanced Trust Diminished Trust Expectations Met Expectations Not Met

22 Trusting Relationships 4 Key components Respect Personal regard Personal integrity Competence Built through day-to-day routines and life in the school Researchers Anthony Bryk and Barbara Schneider

23 Activity – Trust Busters & Builders Busters – Talk, talk, talk – Disengaged – Pessimistic – But…. Builders – Follow through – Consistent – Agree to disagree – Listens to others Trust is …cultivated through speech, conversation, communication and action.

24 Building Trust Robert C. Solomon and Fernando Flores, Building Trust (Oxford University Press 2001) Trust is …cultivated through speech, conversation, communication and action. It can, and often must be, conscientiously created, not simply taken for granted. It consist of assurances, in deed as well as in word, and both the continual making and keeping of promises and the encouragement of others to make and keep their promises. Trusting is a decision that opens up the world for us, builds and deepens our relationships, and creates new possibilities, even new worlds.

25 Trust has been defined as the shared understanding by the entire staff that both the staff and the individuals within the staff are reliable and that they can be counted on to do what they say they will do.

26 What is Collaboration? A systematic process in which we work together, interdependently, to analyze and impact professional practice in order to improve out individual and collective results. - DuFour, DuFour, & Eaker (2002)

27 Mark Buehrle White Sox Perfect Game July 23, 2009

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33 What is Collaboration? A systematic process in which we work together, interdependently, to analyze and impact professional practice in order to improve out individual and collective results. - DuFour, DuFour, & Eaker (2002)

34 One Step at a Time Stage 1: Filling the Time Stage 2: Sharing Personal Practices Stage 3: Planning, Planning, Planning Stage 4: Developing Common Assessments Stage 5: Analyzing Student Learning Stage 6: Differentiating Follow-Up Stage 7: Reflecting on Instruction Parry Graham & Bill Ferriter

35 Critical Question to Consider The most critical question to consider when reflecting on the collaboration in your school is not, Do we collaborate? The far more important question is, What do we collaborate about?

36 What Evidence Do We Have That Our Team Collaboration… Focuses on the critical questions of learning? Leads to changes in classroom practice? Increases the teams ability to achieve its SMART goals? Helps individual teachers, the team at large and the school do a better job of helping all students learn at high levels?

37 M otivate your stakeholders A ccelerate learning with PLCs K eep your eyes on student achievement E valuate by reflecting to improve practice JUST... IT HAPPEN!

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