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School Effectiveness Framework Feedback

March 28 Visit to SDHS Feedback
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Brian Schouten

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of School Effectiveness Framework Feedback

School Effectiveness FrameworkDistrict Support Visit Feedback
Sutton District High School
March 24, 2010
District Support Team:
Principal: Brian Schouten
Vice-Principals: Dawn Laliberte and Paul Ruytenbeek
Additional District Support Team:
Chris McAdam, Maureen Weaver, and Kathy Witherow
Class Visits
Most teachers visited once throughout the day
Each classroom visit lasted approximately 10 minutes
Evidence was gathered through:
observation of teacher lesson and/or interaction with students
scan of the walls and boards
discussion with students
student notebooks and assessment materials
teacher input (usually unsolicited) School’s Effectiveness in Improving Student Achievement: •Teachers have developed very positive relationships with students
•Teachers and students very inviting and welcoming
•Positive culture throughout the school
•Students on task
•Students are very positive about the school and their teachers
•There was evidence of the use of exemplars and/or anchor charts. In classrooms where exemplars and/or anchor charts were used, students were able to clearly articulate the learning goals and requirements to demonstrate learning at a level 3 or 4 •Where technology was integrated into instruction, students were very engaged in their learning •Where we saw differentiated instruction, especially in selection of reading assignments, and selection of reading material and reading resources, students were highly engaged and their comprehension of what they were reading appeared to be at a higher level •Assessment for Learning:
Differentiating use of diagnostic and formative, and not just summative
Ongoing oral feedback from teachers
Use of rubrics consistently
Some evidence of the use of learning targets posted in classroom
Recommendations for Next Steps to Improve: Student involvement in instruction and assessment:
Student-centered learning
Use of I. I. strategies to increase student engagement
Involving students in feedback surveys end of course surveys, beginning of course surveys (saw beginning of course survey in one class)
Move toward more differentiation through various ways to demonstrate learning and the use of a variety of learning resources
Need for further use of technology that is integrated into instruction to support the relevance for students
How do we use technology to deepen the learning and engage students?
Assessment for Learning:
More consistent use of Learning Intentions/Success Criteria in all classrooms across departments
Intentional, deliberate use of feedback based on learning goals/targets, being clear about what feedback relates to, understanding “levels” of feedback
When feedback is given orally, how do students keep track of the feedback and use it to improve?
Discussion Questions/ Considerations for Capacity Building/Professional Learning:
o How do we share best practice with our colleagues on staff?
o How do we facilitate teachers visiting other classrooms and other schools?
Resources/Support
each other
release time for planning and professional learning
intensive support consultants
technology team and CRT
literacy team
professional library
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