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  • Katy – 8:00-8:05
  • Linda – 8:05 – 8:10
  • Linda – 8:10-8:15
  • Linda: 8:10-8:15
  • Linda – 8:10-8:15
  • Mike 8:15 – 8:35
  • Every teacher is an individual – they each bring their own style, approach, and personal philosophy to the job.Education has traditionally been a profession where each educator spends a great deal of their energy preparing their particular approach to the job – creating lessons, designing assessments, grading work, providing feedback, determining pacing, etc.This doesn’t leave as much time for getting to know how each student is truly progressing, nor how to respond when individual students are not fully benefitting from the experience.
  • The solution to this, according to the research, is to help give teachers in a district and of the same subject a common lens through which to teach. We have been moving towards this over the years, be it through the adoption of standards and benchmarks, best practices, and district goals. We are ready for the next step now…a truly common approach that will lead to greater student learning. Such a common approach includes common standards, instructional models, curriculum and assessment. The implementation of this will free up teachers to spend less time and energy designing their individual materials and instead refining their efforts to help individual students succeed.
  • How do we successfully complete our transition towards a more common approach that will reach all students?
  • Proper support, communication, time and resources must be devoted. Utilizing data and Intervention Watch Lists (RTI), teachers will better be able to understand their students’ progress. This will be supported by technology, curriculum, coaching, p.l. department, BLTs, CLTs, and administration. Teachers and their approach will further be supported by coaches, administration, curriculum dept. and p.l. dept.
  • Mary – 8:35-8:45
  • Mary – 8:35-8:45
  • Mary – 8:35-8:45
  • Mary and Principals– 8:45-9:45 (chart paper and markers needed)
  • Katy – time permitting with video clip
  • Mike and Kay – 9:45 – 10:50
  • Mike and Kay – 9:45 – 10:50
  • Katy – 10:50 – 11:00

January 2011 coaches and principals meeting Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 1
    Monday, January 24, 2011
    Coaches and Principals
  • 2. Coaching
    Meetings
    Review
  • 3. Purposes:
    To learn about each other, our roles, different perspectives, and experiences
    To learn together about what it means to be a Coach in GBAPS to facilitate our individual and group growth
    3. To work as a CLT of GBAPS Coaches using data, as framed by the district goals related to math, literacy and engagement.
    3
  • 4. Norms
    4
  • 5. Agenda
    5
  • 6. Any Questions???
    6
  • 7. Then…
    Soon…
    Now…
  • 8. Students
    Different Teachers
    Individual Approach
  • 9. Individual
    Students
    Different Teachers
    Common Approach
    Standards
    Assessment
    Curriculum
    Models
  • 10. Students
    Individual
    Students
    Different Teachers
    Different Teachers
    Individual Approach
    Standards
    Common Approach
    Assessment
    Curriculum
    Models
  • 11. Individual
    Students
    Different Teachers
    Standards
    Common Approach
    Assessment
    Curriculum
    HOW???
    HOW???
    DATA
    Models
    Interv. Watch List
  • 12. Our
    Timeline
  • 13. 13
    Professional Learning
    Professional Learning
    GBAPS Framework
    Improving Student Achievement
    .
    Professional Learning
    Professional Learning
  • 14.
  • 15. Ready?
    School Group Dialogue
  • 16. Instructional Coaching
  • 17. The Roles We Play
    Principal???
    Coach???
    Peer Coaching
    Mentoring
    Supervision
    Evaluation
  • 18. What Changes are Needed to Improve Student Achievement?
    5. How do you see your role in this process?
    COACH’S ROLE
  • 19. ENROLLMENT
    19
  • 20. Our time to reflect…
    What did you expect?
    What did you learn?
    What did you value?
    What do you still need?
    Reflection for Action – Record in Your “Success Journal”
    What will you commit to doing in the next two weeks to meet your goals?
  • 21. Resources for YOU!
    Instructional Coaching
    Coaching Classroom Management
    Coaching and Collaboration Blog
    Coaching Wiki
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