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You Are The Essential Piece

Professional Learning CommunityFrom Vision to Reality

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Our Work Together

TodayGroundingChecking in – Share collective commitments and norm setting experiencesReading a LCCI ReportProtocols for Looking at Data in Teams - Practice with Mock DataProtocol on the LCCIProtocol in Learning by DoingReview Your School’s DataDefining Your First StepsSMART GoalsNext Time

2

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Grounding

Tell us your name, your position and something about you that others don’t know about you.

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Checking in

Whole group

Share administrative team commitments

I

n groups of four

Share collective

c

ommitments

Share norm

s

etting

p

rocess

Slide5

Reading a LCCI Report

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LCCI Reflection

Protocol #1

Working with a Leadership Team or Entire Staff

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Why Reflect with Your Teachers

The Learning Community Culture indicator is the assessment system we use to identify concerns. It is the tool used to help drive our decisions based on results rather than intentions. It allows us to scrutinize ourselves in an effort to address those concerns and make improvements to our culture.

Garrick Petersen, Principal

Lakeridge Junior High School, PLC

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Examine the Results

Explain how to read boxplots

Allow time for participants to freely peruse results

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Directions to Participants

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Reflect on Results

As your discussion leader goes through the results of each PLC element,

on

yellow 3M slips

write the

strengths

on

hot pink 3M slips

areas to strengthen

one

strength or concern per

slip

Paste

them in the section for strengths and weaknesses under each element.

Common Mission, Vision, Value, and Goals

Interdependent Culture Based on Trust , p. 8

Collaborative Teaming, p. 9 & 10

Systems

of Prevention and Intervention that Assures Academic Success for all students, p. 11

Data

Based

Decision-Making Using Continuous Assessment, p. 12

Professional Development that Is Teacher Driven and Embedded in Daily Work, p, 13

Principal Leadership that Is Focused on Improving Teaching and Learning, p. 14

Participative Leadership that Is Focused on Improving Teaching and Learning p. 15

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Think Together --

Talk with your

tablemates

on the strengths and concern you identified within each element.

For each strength collectively add the evidence for why that is a strength dealing with only one strength per sticky note

.

For each concern, collectively add to the evidence for why it is a concern --- dealing with only 1 concern per sticky note.

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Looking at Your Thinking Collectively

Around the room are labels for each element of a PLC measured by the LCCI

Distribute your 3M sticky notes under each element to which they belong.

Cluster strengths together under each element

Cluster concerns together under each element.

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Walk About

Take a field trip around each element – read specific strengths and concerns with related evidence.

Be thinking about an element that you would like to collectively focus on to strengthen.

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Making a Collective Choice

You have ten stickers to use to indicate your preference for the focus element.

Distribute your 10 stickers across the elements n which you would like the group to collectively work to strengthen.

If you feel particularly strong about a specific element, you may wish to put most of your stickers on that element.

On the other hand, if you have three elements about which you are equally concerned, distribute your stickers across those three elements.

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Part II

Setting the Context

Setting a SMART Goal

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Setting the Context

For the selected area of concern, describe how things are

Describe a more idealized state in which addressing this concern could help your school (district) become a more high functioning PLC.

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Create A SMART Goal

S

pecific and Strategic

M

easurable

A

ttainable

R

esults-oriented

T

ime-

bound

SMART Template on page 163 in Learning by Doing

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President John F. Kennedy Speech

"I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth."

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Your SMART Goal

Outcome to achieve?

By whom will it be accomplished?

By when will it be accomplished?

What will be the standard that indicates success?

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President Kennedy’s goal was achieved on July 20, 1969, when Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong stepped off the Lunar Module's ladder and onto the Moon's surface.

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Your SMART Goal

What outcome would you like to achieve?

By whom will it be accomplished?

By when will it be accomplished?

What will be the standard that indicates success?

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Example 1

By

January

of

2012 each

team of teachers will have used one cycle of teacher-made common assessments to ensure all students achieve a major learning outcome as indicated by student scores on a pre-and post- teacher-made common assessments and the common assessments themselves.

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Example 2

Compared to a baseline of data on a self-reflection rubric of ideal PLC teacher collaboration, 95% of teacher teams will have improved their average score by 1 or more points by

May 2012.

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Rubric for Collaboration ala PLCs

On a scale of 1-5 with 5 being high, to what degree is our team functioning in this way during our instructional team meetings

5 = Every instructional team meeting

4 = Most instructional team meetings

3 = At many instructional team meetings

2 = Some instructional team meetings

1 = At a few instructional team meetings

Meet at least weekly for 60 minutes during contract time ____

Bring assessment data that indicates specific students

grade level mastery of a commonly identified nonnegotiable learning outcomes _____

Identify specific students who have exceeded the standard, met the standard, approached the standard, or failed to achieve the standard ____

Organize instruction to address the learning needs of these students_____

Identify next nonnegotiable learning standard _____

Develop a pre-and post-assessment to determine degree of mastery _____

Brainstorm effective ways to teach that Learning outcome _____

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Break

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LCCI Reflection

Protocol #2

Working with a Leadership Team or Entire Staff

Located in Learning by Doing

Page 188

Here’s What, So What, Now What

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Here’s What, So What, Now What

First five minutes –

What does this data show us

Next ten minutes –

What may have led to the results and why

The final 15 minutes –

What should we do

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Making a Collective Choice

NOTE: If you use this protocol in groups you need to add a 4

th

step

Return to same process from part two of protocol one setting the context and the SMART goal

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Examine Your Results

Take time to freely

peruse results

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Determining Your First Steps

How are you feeling?

Any surprises?

Any disappointments?

Like Groups

Think about the protocols

What might be your next steps in sharing this data?

What might be the barriers in sharing this data?

Consider

Leadership team

All staff

All elements of the survey or selected parts

One hour meeting – half day staff development time

What outcome are you aiming for?

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Time to Process and Plan

Share with the group

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Results Orientation in a PLC

Group 1 - pages 157 - 159

Group 2 – pages 160 – top 162

Group 3 – pages 176 – 177

Groups of 3

Read your section

In your group agree on main points

New groups – someone from 1,2,3

Share your part of the reading

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Next Time

November 8, 2011

9

:00 – 3:

00

Grounding – We will ask you to share your progress in working with your staff around the LCCI data

Dr

. Susan Huff – Principal

Challenging the Status Quo: Overcoming Barriers to Continuous School

Improvement

Professional Learning Community Success Story: Westside Elementary School

How to Mentor Instructional Teams

Digging Deep Into Data


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