Principals’ Meeting<br />
GOALS<br />To provide an opportunity to network with colleagues who have a common Problem of Practice.<br />To provide res...
Problem of Practice Consultancy Protocol<br />Each Principal will provide an overview by answering  the questions below.  ...
Problem of Practice Consultancy ProtocolGUIDING QUESTIONS FOR OVERVIEW<br />1.Read your building’s Problem of Practice to ...
Problem of Practice Consultancy ProtocolGuiding Questions<br />3.  Aside from APS district assessments, what other buildin...
One Plan Example<br />
Problem of Practice Consultancy ProtocolGuiding Questions<br />4. What are the action steps that will be taken to assure t...
Framing the Day  <br />Within your groups, construct a drawing or picture that sums up the major accomplishments and learn...
Concluding Thoughts<br />Essential Question<br />How will you utilize these resources and activities to assist in the shar...
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This is a powepoint presentation training principals how to plan for their building's Problem of Practice. Professional Development and Parent Involvement are the focus.

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  • Intro-3-5 minutes
  • 7 minutes per person-30 total
  • 7 minutes per person-total of 30 minutes
  • 10-15 minutes
  • Principal’s meeting pop

    1. 1. Principals’ Meeting<br />
    2. 2. GOALS<br />To provide an opportunity to network with colleagues who have a common Problem of Practice.<br />To provide resources and practice to assist in the sharing and connecting of this information on Waiver day to building staff.<br />
    3. 3. Problem of Practice Consultancy Protocol<br />Each Principal will provide an overview by answering the questions below. Other group members will listen and ask clarifying questions at the end. <br />Timekeeper allows 7 minutes for overview and questioning.<br />
    4. 4. Problem of Practice Consultancy ProtocolGUIDING QUESTIONS FOR OVERVIEW<br />1.Read your building’s Problem of Practice to your group. <br /> <br />2. What impact has your Problem of Practice had on your Adult Implementation Indicator(s)?<br />a. How did you make the connection between the POP and the Adult Indicator?<br />b. If no connection is apparent, what are the next steps you will take to align the POP and the Adult Indicator?<br />
    5. 5. Problem of Practice Consultancy ProtocolGuiding Questions<br />3. Aside from APS district assessments, what other building- based assessments are being used to assess the student performance indicator? <br /> <br />Example:<br />Adult Implementation Indicator : All teachers will use a grade level rubric 3 times a week .<br />Student Performance Indicator: Students will increase their extended response score through the use of the grade level rubric.<br />
    6. 6. One Plan Example<br />
    7. 7. Problem of Practice Consultancy ProtocolGuiding Questions<br />4. What are the action steps that will be taken to assure the link between the Adult Implementation Indicator and the Student Performance Indicator?<br /> <br />5. Describe the Professional Development that has been planned around the Problem of Practice to develop a common language and understanding?<br /> <br />
    8. 8. Framing the Day <br />Within your groups, construct a drawing or picture that sums up the major accomplishments and learning from the Problem of Practice activity.<br />Be sure to frame your picture!<br />Each group presents their framed picture.<br />
    9. 9. Concluding Thoughts<br />Essential Question<br />How will you utilize these resources and activities to assist in the sharing and connecting of this information on Waiver day to building staff?<br />Q & A<br />

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