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    • Irwin N. Kellen Learning Portfolio Educational Leadership Internship Spring 2009
    • Table of Contents
      • Learning Portfolio
      • Practicum Log
      • Acknowledgements
    • Standard Artifacts
    • Standard 1; Vision
      • High Performing Leaders have a personal vision for their school and the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to develop, articulate, and implement a shared vision that is supported by the larger organization and the school community.
      • Standard 1 Artifacts
    • Standard 2; Instructional Leadership
      • High Performing Leaders promote a positive learning culture, provide an effective instructional program, and apply best practices to student learning, especially in the area of reading and other foundational skills.
      • Standard 2 Artifacts
    • Standard 3; Managing the Learning Environment
      • High Performing Leaders manage the organization, operations, facilities and resources in ways that maximize the use of resources in an instructional organization and promote a safe, efficient, legal, and effective learning environment.
      • Standard 3 Artifacts
    • Standard 4; Community and Stakeholder Partnerships
      • High Performing Leaders collaborate with families, business, and community members, respond to diverse community interests and needs, work effectively within the larger organization and mobilize community resources.
      • Standard 4 Artifacts
    • Standard 5; Decision Making Strategies
      • High Performing Leaders plan effectively, use critical thinking and problem solving techniques, and collect and analyze data for continuous school improvement .
      • Standard 5 Artifacts
    • Standard 6; Diversity
      • High Performing Leaders understand, respond to, and influence the personal, political, social, economic, legal, and cultural relationships in the classroom, the school and the local community.
      • Standard 6 Artifacts
    • Standard 7; Technology
      • High Performing Leaders plan and implement the integration of technological and electronic tools in teaching, learning, management, research, and communication responsibilities.
      • Standard 7 Artifacts
    • Standard 8; Learning Accountability and Assessment
      • High Performing Leaders monitor the success of all students in the learning environment; align the curriculum, instruction, and assessment processes to promote effective student performance; and use a variety of benchmarks, learning expectations, and feedback measures to ensure accountability for all participants engaged in the educational process.
      • Standard 8 Artifacts
    • Standard 9;Human Resource Development Standard
      • High Performing Leaders recruit, select, nurture, and, where appropriate, retain effective personnel, develop mentor and partnership programs, and design and implement comprehensive professional growth plans for all staff – paid and volunteer.
      • Standard 9 Artifacts
    • Standard 10; Ethical Leadership
      • High Performing Leaders act with integrity, fairness, and honesty in an ethical manner.
      • Standard 10 Artifacts
    • Standard Essays
    • Vision
      • The principal is stated in Standard 1 to have a personal vision “…for the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to develop, articulate and implement a shared vision that is supported by the larger organization and the school community
      • Standard 1 Vision Essay
    • Instructional Leadership
      • Can describe how to develop and implement a shared vision and strategic plan for the school.
      • Understands the effects of having a community of learners working together.
      • Establishes plans to accomplish goals.
      • Standard 2 Essay
    • Managing the Learning Environment
      • Administers the policies that provide a safe school environment.
      • Manages the school to promote and encourage student learning.
      • Uses an efficient budget planning process.
      • Standard 3 Essay
    • Community and Stakeholder Partnerships
      • Understands how student and family conditions effect learning.
      • Establishes relationships within and external to the school.
      • Provides opportunities to involve family and community in a broad range of school activities.
      • Standard 4 Essay
    • Decision Making Strategies
      • Establishes goals and targets.
      • Uses data to inform decisions.
      • Can explain and defend decisions made.
      • Conforms to appropriate legal standards.
      • Standard 5 Essay
    • Diversity
      • Has skills necessary for interactive and interpersonal situations.
      • Diffuses contentious situations.
      • Is perceptive and tactful in dealing with diverse situations.
      • Standard 6 Essay
    • Technology
      • Plans for technology innovation for the school community.
      • Works with tech-savvy staff to plan for increased technology usage.
      • Uses technology to support the educational efforts of staff and teachers.
      • Standard 7 Essay
    • Learning, Accountability and Assessment
      • Monitors and assesses student progress.
      • Uses data to assess and monitor school improvement.
      • Monitors and assesses the progress of activities.
      • Standard 8 Essay
    • Human Resource Development
      • Empowers others to achieve personal, professional and organizational goals.
      • Pursues improvement of his or her own professional development.
      • Sets expectations that will ensure that all students are engaged in active learning.
      • Standard 9 Essay
    • Ethical Leadership
      • Manifests a professional code of ethics and values.
      • Creates models and implements a set of values for the school.
      • Demonstrates an ability to make decisions within an ethical context.
      • Standard 10 Essay
    • Practicum Portfolio
      • Log of Practicum hours
      • Cypress Lake High School
    • Acknowledgements
      • I would like to thank the following individuals for their guidance and assistance throughout my experience at Cypress Lake High School:
      • Principal Tracy Perkins
      • Assistant Principals Tara Meagher, Adam Kurtz, Jonathan Druskis and Rochelle Thimlar
    • Acknowledgments Cont.
      • All support staff and personnel at Cypress Lake High School
      • All Students in attendance at Cypress Lake High School
    • Acknowledgments Cont.
      • A special thanks to Dr. Thomas Valesky, Professor of Education, Florida Gulf Coast University
      • And…
      • Dr. Dorothy Rea, Professor of Education, Florida Gulf Coast University