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Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
Curriculum Leadership at AES
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Curriculum Leadership at AES

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  • Hand out the QUADRANT SEGMENTATION example
  • We’re all aiming to be in the top right quadrant: Those in the top right are the LEADERSThose in the top left and bottom right are seen as LUCKY when they succeedThose in the bottom left are seen as to be unsuccessful
  • Distribute, share, process 2 minutes at your table
  • Time to brainstorm, chart and share out
  • Distribute the Curriculum Review Cycle
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    • 1. AES Curriculum Leadership 2011-12<br />August 1, 2011<br />
    • 2. AGENDA<br />Warm up<br />Shaping and defining curricular leadership at AES<br />Service Leadership at AES<br />The big picture<br />Action Plans<br />Closure<br />
    • 3. Warm up<br />You have three minutes to find as many odd, strange, bizarre things that you all have in common as possible.<br />Be creative!<br />
    • 4. Shaping and defining curricular leadership at AES<br />Step 1: <br />In your groups list several characteristics of leaders that enhance learning:<br />Self-reflective<br />Communicator<br />learner<br />
    • 5. Defining continued<br /><ul><li>Segmentation:
    • 6. An example from ISKL
    • 7. The Original Prompt: </li></ul>Identify two characteristics that attract teachers to ISKL<br /><ul><li>1. Efficient
    • 8. 2. Organization
    • 9. The task: Chart what this looks like for each quadrant:
    • 10. Descriptive adjectives
    • 11. How this person might behave
    • 12. What might this person say</li></li></ul><li>Your turn: <br />In your table groups, select two of the characteristics that describe leaders who enhance learning<br />Chart them as shown in the example<br />Include a title for each quadrant<br />Include what this person might say<br />Include a summarizing analogy <br />Share out<br />
    • 13. Service Leadership Credo at AES<br />Relationships<br />Results<br />Process<br />
    • 14. How can we support each other<br />What help do you need?<br />From your team members (vertical and horizontal)<br />From this group of teacher leaders<br />From the administration<br />What help can you offer others?<br />Your team members (vertical and horizontal)<br />This group of teacher leaders<br />The administration<br />
    • 15. The Big Picture in curriculum 2011-12<br />Linked to the Mission<br />Student centered<br />Revisions informed by:<br />student performance data<br />research<br />Accreditation<br />Curriculum Review Cycle<br />Units<br />Common Assessments<br />Data Analysis<br />Action plans<br />Standards-based recording and reporting<br />
    • 16. Action Plans<br />Share your ‘draft’ action plans with your teams <br />See me<br />Suggested revisions<br />Preferences for time to work<br />
    • 17. CLOSURE<br />Exit Card:<br />Write one reflection or question from this morning’s session.<br />

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