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Leading Educators Thought Excercise

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Chonghao Fu

on 18 March 2011

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Transcript of Leading Educators Thought Excercise

Professional Development Program New Districts Program Enhancements Program Evaluation Participant Evaluation Program Development
and Program Evaluation Leading Educators
March 17, 2011 Chong-Hao Fu Leadership
and Management Learning and Teaching School Culture and Behavior Personal Leadership Leading Mission
Focused Teams Adapting Leadership
Styles School Culture
High Expectations Alignment of
Shared Values Implement Behavior
Management Systems Design Aligned
Curriculum Develop Skillful
Teachers Use Assessment Data
to Guide and Support Managing Up
Impact and Influence
Cultural Competence
Facilitating Meetings
Self-Awarenes and Self-Adjustment
Difficult, Genuine Conversations
Building Trust and Relationships
Personal Organization and Time Management
Project Planning and Execution
Systems for Shared Accountability Performance Mangement
Setting and Clarifying Expectations
Feedback and Coaching
Hiring and Termination Saphier Model:
say it
model it
reward it
organize for it
protect it Lead professsional development sessions and learning communities
Observe and offer feedback
Analyze trends in instruction and learning
Create customized development and perfomance goals
Create Response to Intervention (RtI) plans
Increase own knowledge base of skillful teaching
Increase knowledge of best practices in content area

modules for
best practices
in literacy
and numeracy Change mindsets: malleable vs fixed intelligence
Invest parents, students, and community in the mission
Model a warm and demanding tone at all times
Create artifacts to infuse culture into everyday school life
Integrate character into academics through dual purposed lessons
Differentiate discipline plans for students with special needs Performance Management
Curriculum Development
Interim Assessments
Special Populations: SPED and ELL Research for Better Teaching Graduate Schools of Education Critical Friends Current Plans Student Achievement Gains
Value Add of LE Participants
Leadership Competency Rubric
Participant Survey
Principal Survey
Program Data: School Visits and Trainings
Alumni Survey
Program Application Data
Principles of Evaluation Aligned
Prioritized EPIC KIPP Foundation
School Leadership Institute Havard Negotiation
Project Other Evaluation Tools Student Character and Culture Data
Staff Survey Data
Individual Development Goals
Individual Performance Goals
Leadership Portfolio: Videotapes, Reflections, Action Research Participant Evalution Timeline Key Steps and Deliverables Personnel Evaluation Method National Program Evaluation & Diagnostic Development Plan Portfolio Data Coaching and Development Evaluation Particpant, Leadership Coach and Principal create an initial evaluation based on participant's 360, past performance and LE leadership competencies. Participant and coach map out an individualized development plan with performance and development goals. All particpants share some student achievement goals. Based on their development plans, participants create portfolios of their leadership experiences including PD sessions, teacher coaching videos, student investment plans, and academic intervention plans based on student data. Coach reviews all portfolio data on a regular basis, gives feedback, and adjust assignments as necessary. Coach and principal meet once per semester to asses progress on Leadership Competencies and progress towards individual goals. At the end of each year, participants are evaluated against their individual goals and the Leadership Competencies. The must have made adequate progress in order to continue or complete the program. Participants would have the option of leveraging their work towards a masters. Value Added in Student Achievement
Value Added in Student Character
Value Added in Staff Retention and Satisfaction
Percentage of LE Participants that meet individualized development and performance goals
Percentage of LE Participants that score proficient on the Leadership Competency Model.
Satisfaction Surveys for Participant and School Leaders
Referral Rate by Principals and School Districts
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