Superintendent Evaluation Phase 1 Pilot Training Presentation

Report
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Arkansas Superintendent Evaluation Process
Phase 1 Pilot
Superintendent
Evaluation Training
Host the
conversation and
invite inquiry.
– Meg Wheatly
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Learning Intentions
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 Examine the context for AR Superintendent
Evaluation
 Examine the step by step process that
guides AR Superintendent Evaluation
 Explore the professional growth plan’s
impact on improved performance
 Please read the following statement:
“The more leaders focus their relationships,
their work, and their learning on the core
business of teaching and learning, the
greater their influence on student
outcomes.”
– Viviane Robinson (2008)
 Does Robinson’s statement reflect your
current practices? Please explain your
response.
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Moon Shots for Leadership
• What does this
new picture of
leadership look
like?
• What has to
happen in my
district for this to
become the
reality?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouRbk
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• Think about these
as we work
through the day.
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SelfMotivating
SelfMonitoring
Learning,
Leading, and
Teaching in
the Digital
Age
SelfModifying
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Student Success!
Teacher
Excellence
Superintendent
Leadership
Effective
Principals
District-Wide
Support
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What if . . . ?
Our school system
was one where all
parents would be
satisfied with their
children being
assigned to any
classroom in your
school?
Ivy Pfeffer, ADE
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Learning Intentions
 Examine the context for AR Superintendent
Evaluation
✔
 Examine the step by step process that
guides AR Superintendent Evaluation
 Explore the professional growth plan’s
impact on improved performance
A Timeline of
AR Superintendent Evaluation
Read with pen in hand
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Pilots to Full Implementation
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2014-15 at a Glance
Training
with
Half
Supts
Orient
Supt
October
November
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Training
with
Half
Supts
December
10
Board
Training
Jonesboro
December
16
Board
Training
LR
January 6
Board
Training
Mountain
burg
January 12
Board
Training
Arkadelphia
January 15
Site
Visits
April 1
Supt
Training
Follow-Up
April-May
Continue
With
New
Districts
New
Training
July
Continue
Process
with Goal
Plan
August
October
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Pilot Cycle 2014-15
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Nov-Dec
Supt Training
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Dec-Jan
Board Training
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Feb-Mar
Update Boards through connecting
regular agendas to Standards and Functions
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April
Pilot Supt meet at ASBA
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April-May
Utilize System Resources to Develop
Goals for following year with
Boards
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Overview of the
Superintendent Rubric
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Leadership Challenge
The rigors of leadership
have prompted many
leaders to think of
themselves as being in
training, much like a
professional athlete;
continually striving to
manage their energy, to
fortify their character
and skill.
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Professional Growth Plan
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District Area for Growth
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District Goal
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District-Wide Solution
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Standards/Functions Addressed
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Implementation Strategy and
Monitoring
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Plan of Action

Reflection
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Growth
The more seriously
you take your
growth, the more
seriously your
people will take you.
John Maxwell
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Resources Available
 ASBA
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Strategic Planning
Budgeting
Board/Superintendent
Relations
Legal Services
Policies
Board Development
Board Ethics
 AAEA
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Budgeting
Leadership
Professional Development
Legislative Engagement
 ADE
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Curricular/Academic Expectations
Professional Development
Rules and Regs
Information Support
Data Clearinghouse
Educator Ethics
 Education Cooperatives
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Implementation Assistance
Teacher Support and Enhancement
Professional Development
Resource Center
Specialists (Curriculum, Facilities,
Technology
Stakeholder Engagement Resources
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Trust
Respect: Behavior
reflects genuine listening
and recognition of the
important role each plays
in a system.
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Trust
Risk: There is a high
degree of confidence in
being, and allowing
others to be vulnerable.
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Trust
Confidence: There are
high expectations for
success and a high level
of skill in executing role
responsibilities.
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Openness
Honesty
Benevolence
Reliability
TRUST
Competency
Read “The Five Facets of Trust.” Meet with a
partner to discuss how these facets are integral to
an effective evaluation system.
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Leadership Purpose
Management is efficiency in
climbing the ladder of
success; leadership
determines whether the
ladder is leaning against the
right wall.
Stephen Covey
What sequence of actions
will you use to link the
Moon Shot principles to
ASPIRE?
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WEBSITE AND FORMS
www.arkansased.org
www.theaaea.org
Arkansas School Boards Association
www.arsba.org
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Contact Information
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