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Soup-Jon Gordon Presentation for Leadership

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Student Achievement
Assess and Diagnose
Actively know and understand students background and academic need- Super 8
Plan Instruction
Engage in Weekly Common planning time and implementation of C-Scope-Super 8
Implement Instructional Plan
Manage the Environment
Provide a safe, nurturing, learning environment- Super 8
Evaluate for Mastery
Actively Know and understand your students academic needs- Super 8
*Build Relationships with students
*Know student data:
TPRI/Tejas Lee
Running Records
Accelerated Reader (reading levels)
PRC information
State Testing Data-Taks, STAAR, EOC, Telpas
Program Participation-(BE/ESL,ELL, 504, SE, ECD, At-Risk, Gt,)
Formal/Informal Observations
* Identify Attendance Patterns
* Track Discipline data
Value Added
Documented Increases
College Ready
Career Ready
*Establish and articulate goals for student learning that incorporate High Expectations
*Develop and sequence instructional activities and materials for student learning
*Modify instructional plans to adjust for student needs
*Create assessments that are linked to instruction and state standards
Identify Higher Level Questions that create opportunities for students to engage in problem solving and critical writing
Plan methods of assessing student learning before, during and after the lesson


Post Student Objective/Language Objective Daily
Engage learning with academic vocabulary
Incorporate note-taking, journaling, and critical writing daily- SUPER 8
*Establish Classroom Procedures
*Teach Bell to Bell
*Follow 5E model of teaching a lesson
*Actively engage students in learning
*Prepare daily activities that include specific learning objectives, outcomes, higher-level questions
*Deliberately scaffold SE and TEKS
*Implement differentiated instruction that is reflective of student needs
*Close lesson by re-emphasizing important points
*Provide students with the opportunity to summarize learning in written form (EXIT Ticket)

*Establish classroom management procedures
*Adhere to campus discipline plan
*Create an environment that promotes respect, trust, and building relationships
* Follow thru with district and campus procedures on documenting grades, attendance and parental contacts
Curriculum and Instruction Department Meeting
July 22, 2013
*Welcome
* Pulling Together- 10 rules for Success
*Mission and Goals
* Framework for Effective Teaching and Learning
*Data Review
* Strategic 3-Year Plan
*Calendar
*Open Agenda
* Use formal and informal assessments to monitor student progress
*Review and analyze data
*Provide immediate student feedback
*Plan for reteaching and intervention

Agenda
Pulling Together-
10 Rules for Success
*Teamwork requires an extraordinary amount of trust, faith and
belief among team members.

*Teamwork requires TEAM FIRST mentality.

*Teamwork requires a set of constant principles that build the
foundation of the team.

Mission
Goals
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction will provide:
A framework for rigorous and relevant curriculum
Meaningful Professional development for improved instruction
Assessments that provide evidence of successful performance and
Targeted interventions for those needing acceleration.

1. Promote High Student Performance and Achievement
2. Ensure Safe, Secure and Nurturing Learning Environments
3. Plan for Continuous Improvement
4. Create Supportive Relationships
5. Provide Professional Learning
"Cooperation is through conviction that nobody
can get there unless everybody gets there."
-Virginia Burden
"None of us is as smart as all of us. "
-Ken Blanchard
Clarify expectations and foster accountability
Build more focus, unity, trust and credibility with your team
Align people and systems, reducing friction and accelerating flow
Mobilize commitment and generate enthusiasm
Create more balance and harmony within the team
Pull together and experience the extraordinary power of teamwork

Purpose of the 10 Rules...
Rule # 1
Put the Team First
At the center of every high performance team is a

common purpose-a mission, of TEAM FIRST



Cooperation means working together for mutual gain-sharing responsibilities for successes and failures



High performance teams recognize that it takes a joint effort
to synergize and generate power above the individual


To embrace the team-first rule, make sure team purpose and priorities are clear.
What is the team mission?
What is our game plan?
What is expected of each team member?
How can each member of our team contribute most effectively?
What constants will hold the team together?
Where are you in putting the team first?
WE BELIEVE.....
In your groups write 3 belief statements that support our mission and goals
Framework for Effective Teaching and Learning
3-Year Strategic Plan
2013-2014
2015-2016
2014-2015
1. Create Plan
2. Collaboratively Detail
Strategies
3. Identify Resources
4. Share with stakeholders
5. Progress Monitor @ Intervals
6. Realign strategies if needed
7. Program Evaluation

1. Evaluate previous years plan
2. Set/tweak new goals
3. Share with stakeholders
3. Continue with implementation
4. Progress Monitor

1. Evaluate previous year's plan
2. Set new goals
3. Share with stakeholders
4. Continue with implementation
5. Progress Monitor
6. Begin on new 3-year plan based
on new data
July 22, 2013


Communication, trust and love create the foundation for any successful relationship. Without communication, trust and love, your relationship won't be very strong; without strong relationships you can't have strong team and if you don't have a strong team, then you can't have a strong organizations. Relationships are the foundation upon which winning teams and organizations are built.
SOUP = CULTURE
CULTURE DRIVES BEHAVIOR AND BEHAVIOR DRIVES HABITS
YOU MUST NURTURE YOUR CULTURE
SOFT IS POWERFUL
GREAT LEADERS CREATE GREAT CULTURES
GOAL: CREATE A CULTURE OF GREATNESS
Stir the
Pot with Love
Lead with
Optimism
Add Transparency
and Authenticity
Share
Vision
the
Inspiration, Encouragement,
Empowerment and Coaching
Enhance communication
Create
Engaged
Relationships
Passion
Every day you are stirring the pot of life, and the most important ingredient you can put into your soup is you!
Build Trust
Fill up with Appreciation
WE BELIEVE...UNITY
LEAD WITH
OPTIMISM

To effectively lead and develop someone, you have to have a relationship with them. It is through relationships that you can shape people to be their best.
Thank you!
Gracias!
Great Job!
Praise! Praise! Praise
Your Passion and your purpose must be greater than your challenges.
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Curriculum and Instruction Department Meeting

August 23, 2013
Ryan Elementary

Pulling Together
Rule #1-- Put Team First

Activity: Share with your partner an example of how you have put team first within the last month
Rule #2 Communicate Open and freely
Mission and Vision
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
Roles and Responsibilities
Precision of communication is important, more important than ever, in our era of hair-trigger balances, when a false or misunderstood word may create as much disaster as a sudden thoughtless act.
James Thurber
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