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Essential Questions for Purposeful Instruction Dr. Keith Eades and Ms. Jan King North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) Collaborative Conference on Student Achievement (CCSA) March 27, 2013

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  • 1. Essential Questions forPurposeful Instruction Dr. Keith Eades and Ms. Jan KingNorth Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI)Collaborative Conference on Student Achievement (CCSA) March 27, 2013

2. Access to Todays 3. WHO IS IN THE ROOM? 4. Focus on StudentSuccess 5. Lets Agree To:Share expertiseReference the research (Wiki)Leadership focus for instructionalimprovementReflect on the now of your ownsituationVisualize the possibilities (Take Away) 6. Do you have the right peopleon the bus and in the right seats? -Jim Collins 7. From:TurnAround School PrincipalLeadership Competencies 8. Considerations:Certified Staffing - admins, teachers, etcNon-certified staffingSubstitutesVolunteersProfessional Development (for all)What is the IMPACT of what adults are doing? 9. Andhow do you know?-Dufour 10. What are thenon-negotiables in yourdistrict or school? 11. Meet a New Colleague and Discuss:Your Non-negotiablesGetting the Right People on the Bus(In the Right Seats) 12. Since schools are particularly dynamic organizations and your role as theInstructional Leader requires you tohelp teachers through positive changes, todays session will delve deeper intosimple techniques for SchoolImprovement using regular intentional feedback to create a state of positive,stable change for improvement. 13. Is there a strategic plan for improvementbased on data? 14. Questions around the planWhat is the focus?Can everyone articulate the plan?Who monitors the plan?Is it a working document? 15. With a Colleague, discuss:A positive change in district or strategic planningStrategies for monitoring the plan 16. Is there a culture to support instructional improvement? 17. Is there a culture of learning?Who is learning?(adults and students?)Is the leader a learning leader?Are there cultural pockets? ofexcellence? (How do you encourage and share this group?) of isolation? (How do you engage this group?) 18. With a Colleague, discuss:What have you learned about your district/schoolculture through the NCTWCS?What strategies have proven successful in having aculture of learning? 19. Importance of AlignmentState Board GoalsDistrict Goals AdvancEDHSTW Teacher Principal System AlignmentStrategic PlanStandards10 Key PracticesEvaluations/Standards Evaluations/StandardsInitiativesNC Public Schools will produce Priority 1-Standard 1- PurposeHigh Expectations Standard 1- TeachersStandard 1- Strategic globally competitive students_______will produceand Direction demonstrate leadershipleadershipglobally competitive Program of Study NC Public Schools will be ledstudents Standard 2- Standard 2- TeachersStandard 2- Instructional by 21st century professionalsGovernance & Academic Studiesestablish a respectfulleadershipPriority 2- _______Leadership Align environment for a diverse NC Public Schools will bewill be led by 21st population of studentsStandard 3- Culturalhealthy and responsiblecentury professionalsStandard 3- Teaching Career/Technical leadership& Assessing forStudies Standard 3- Teachers LeadLeadershipLeadership will guide innovation Priority 3-Learning know the content they teach Standard 4- Human in NC Public Schools ______students will be Work-Based resource leadership Qualityhealthy andStandard 4-LearningStandard 4- Teachers TeachersNC Public Schools will beresponsible. Resources & Support facilitate learning for their Standard 5- Managerialgoverned and supported by 21st SystemsTeachers WorkingstudentsleadershipInstructionalcentury systemsPriority 4- _____ will Together Support guide innovation Standard 5- Using Standard 5- TeachersStandard 6- External through leadershipsResults for Continuous Students Actively reflect on their practice development leadership ImprovementEngaged Priority 5- _____ will Standard 6- TeachersStandard 7- Micro-political be governed and Guidancecontribute to academicleadership supported by 21st success century systems Extra HelpStandard 8- Academic achievement leadership Culture of Continuous Improvement 20. Alignment of ResourcesWikiCentral 21. Alignment of Tested and Taught Curriculum 22. Your Take Away 23. Contact Information:Dr. Keith EadesDistrict Transformation [email protected] Jan KingRegional Lead, Regions 7 & 8 [email protected]