Professional Growth Cycle

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ESD 112
Professional Growth Cycle
Leadership Framework: Artifacts vs. Evidence
Agenda for today:
• Intro:
• Introductions
• Goals for the day
Scott Seaman
Recovering High School Principal
Professional Development Specialist
Director of High School Programs
Association of Washington School Principals
1021 8th Ave S.E.
800-562-6100 | 360-561-9463
Twitter: @Scott_AWSP Email: [email protected]
Goals and Norms
• Goals:
• Maximize your time
• Learn from each other
• Have a clear understanding of the
leadership framework
• Have a clear understanding of the
difference between artifacts and
evidence
• Build the energy around shared
leadership
• Build on your Professional Learning
Network (PLN)
• Norms:
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Engage in conversation
Two ears, one mouth
Technology on, but in manners mode
Take care of personal needs
Professional Learning Network
www.todaysmeet.com/ESD112s4
Todaysmeet.com is a great tool to use during staff trainings, to collect
perceptual data from stakeholders, to gather feedback, and to increase
the shared learning experience.
Agenda for today:
• Intro:
• Introductions
• Goals for the day
• Foundation:
• Leadership Framework Overview
• Artifacts and Evidence
• Discussion and Sharing:
• Criteria Discussions 1-8
• 30 Second Dance Party
• Conclusion:
• Student Growth Goals
Scott Seaman
Professional Development Specialist
Director of High School Programs
Association of Washington School Principals
1021 8th Ave S.E.
800-562-6100 | 360-561-9463
Twitter: @Scott_AWSP Email: [email protected]
www.todaysmeet.com/ESD112s4
Our focus today is the P in TPEP.
Today our focus is on the “P” in TPEP and the call for shared leadership
in our schools.
TPEP is no longer a pilot.
A new professional growth culture is here...
Professional Growth Cycle
Through the lens of the AWSP Leadership Framework
Review: Change in Principal Evaluation
From:
 Knowledge of, experience in and training in recognizing
good professional performance, capabilities and
development
 School administration and management
 School finance
 Professional preparation and scholarship
 Effort toward improvement when needed
 Interest in pupils, employees, patrons and subjects
taught in school
 Leadership
 Ability and performance of evaluation of school
personnel
*Old principal criteria
To:
 Creating a school culture that promotes the ongoing improvement of
learning and teaching for students and staff
 Providing for school safety
 Leading development, implementation and evaluation of a data-driven plan
for increasing student achievement, including the use of multiple student data
elements
 Assisting instructional staff with alignment of curriculum, instruction and
assessment with state and local district learning goals
 Monitoring, assisting and evaluating effective instruction and assessment
practices
 Managing both staff and fiscal resources to support student achievement and
legal responsibilities
 Partnering with the school community to promote student learning
 Demonstrating commitment to closing the achievement gap
*AWSP Leadership Framework
The big picture of evaluation…
Instructional Frameworks by District
Yellow = Marzano
Green = Danielson
Orange = CEL 5D
The big picture of evaluation…
Leadership Frameworks by District
Yellow = Marzano
White = AWSP
What does the law say about Principal Evaluation?
• 2013-14 Districts transition to new system
• You can still be evaluated on the old system
• 2014-15 Districts transition to the new system
• You can still be evaluated on the old system
• 2015-16 All principals evaluated on the new system
• Some will be on comprehensive
• Some will be on focused
• Both options will include student growth*
*…We’ll talk about this...
Why are we spending time on this today?
• ESD 112 Session 4 Work Group Meeting:
• Purpose: Ensure that the principal evaluation cycle is also a professional
growth cycle.
• Objective: We are going to take time to walk through each of the eight
criteria of the Principal Evaluation Criteria in order to better understand the
collective and shared responsibility of leading our schools.
Artifacts vs. Evidence
As principals begin working on providing artifacts/evidence of their
effectiveness as a leader, what are they really collecting?
Artifacts or evidence?
What is the difference?
Artifacts or Evidence
(Dictionary Definition)
Artifact
Evidence
• An object produced or shaped
by human craft
• Something which shows that
something else exists or is true
• That which tends to prove or
disprove something
Check for Understanding & Warm-up:
“I’m the principal, my assistant principal takes care of all the
emergency and safety planning for my building, I’m not sure what
I would be evaluated on for Criteria 2: Ensuring School Safety.”
Two Minute Chew
Time to Breakdown the Criteria: Beast Mode
• Format & flow:
• 8 minutes per criteria
• Goals:
• Quick refresher of the criteria
• One minute reflection
• Discuss what shared leadership looks like in each area
• Your role in supporting the principal’s professional growth
• One recorder for each table
• New learnings or powerful thoughts get added on www.todaysmeet.com/ESD112s4
• Share examples (don’t be a time hog)
• As you arrive to criteria 3, 5 and 8, don’t get distracted by student growth goal
discussions…we will address that at the end.
• Ready. Set. Go!
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 1: Creating a Culture
• Creating a school culture that promotes the ongoing improvement of learning
and teaching for students and staff.
What is the role of the principal in creating a
culture? What’s your role in supporting that?
What is the evidence?
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 2: Ensuring School Safety
• Providing for School Safety
What is the role of the principal in ensuring school
safety? What’s your role?
What is the evidence?
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 3: Planning with Data
• Leading the development, implementation and evaluation of a data-driven
plan for increasing student achievement, including the use of multiple
student data elements.
What is the role of the principal in planning with
data? What’s your role?
What is the evidence?
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 4: Aligning Curriculum
• Assisting instructional staff with alignment of curriculum, instruction and
assessment with state and local district learning goals.
What is the role of the principal in aligning
curriculum? What’s your role?
What is the evidence?
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 5: Improving Instruction
• Monitoring, assisting and evaluating effective instruction and assessment
practices.
What is the role of the principal in improving
instruction? What’s your role?
What is the evidence?
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 6: Managing Resources
• Managing both staff and fiscal resources to support student achievement and
legal responsibilities.
What is the role of the principal in managing
resources? What’s your role?
What is the evidence?
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 7: Engaging Communities
• Partnering with the school community to promote student learning.
What is the role of the principal in engaging the
community? What’s your role?
What is the evidence?
AWSP Leadership Framework
• Criterion 8: Closing the Gap
• Demonstrating commitment to closing the achievement gap.
What is the role of the principal in closing the gap?
What’s your role?
What is the evidence?
30 Second Dance Party
The big picture of evaluation…
Let’s talk student growth…
What does the law say about principal evaluation &
student growth?
• 2013-14 Districts transition to new system
• You can still be evaluated on the old system
• 2014-15 districts transition to the new system
• You can still be evaluated on the old system
• 2015-16 all principals evaluated on the new system
• Some will be on comprehensive
• Some will be on focused
• Both options will include student growth*
*What was the final result of this year’s legislative
session around student growth?
Student growth language
“student growth means the change in student achievement between
two points in time.”
“student growth data must be a substantial factor utilizing the OSPI
approved student growth rubrics.”
“Student growth data means relevant multiple measures that can
include classroom-based, school-based, school district-based, and
state-based tools.”
Principal Evaluation Criteria
1. Creating a school culture that promotes the ongoing improvement of learning and teaching for students
and staff
2. Providing for school safety
3. Leading development, implementation and evaluation of a data-driven plan for increasing student
achievement, including the use of multiple student data elements
4. Assisting instructional staff with alignment of curriculum, instruction and assessment with state and local
district learning goals
5. Monitoring, assisting and evaluating effective instruction and assessment practices
6. Managing both staff and fiscal resources to support student achievement and legal responsibilities
7. Partnering with the school community to promote student learning
8. Demonstrating commitment to closing the achievement gap
Student Growth Example:
• Criteria 5: Improving instruction
• “I’ve submitted all of my classroom observation notes as evidence of
my efforts to improve instruction in my building.”
• Are the notes artifacts or evidence?
• How can classroom observation notes be connected to student growth?
• What can this look and sound like to become a data driven piece of
evidence?
Two Minute Chew
The big picture of evaluation…
How significant is student growth for teachers and principals in
their final evaluation?
What does all this mean to you?
• Keep calm and carry on
• Use common sense as you move forward
• Create systems of shared leadership
• Communicate, collaborate and growth together
• Keep in mind the magnitude and impact of your influence on students in your
school/district, and don’t get distracted by the language battle around student
growth.
You make a difference everyday in the lives of kids.
Final thoughts, comments, feedback…
On Twitter? Share leadership examples…
Scott Seaman
Professional Development Specialist
Director of High School Programs
Association of Washington School Principals
1021 8th Ave S.E.
800-562-6100 | 360-561-9463
Twitter: @Scott_AWSP Email: [email protected]
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