Texas Transformation Project Teacher Leadership

Report
Texas Transformation Project
Teacher Leadership
Objectives
You will…
• Make connections between Teacher
Leadership and the Critical Success
Factors (CSFs)
• Understand Teacher Leader Roles and
Responsibilities
Purpose and Outcomes
Critical Success Factors (CSFs)
Critical Success Factors (CSFs)
Improve Academic Performance
Year 3
Year 2
Year 1
Increase Teacher Quality
Improve School Climate
Increase Leadership Effectiveness
Increase the Use of
Quality Data to Drive Instruction
4.
Celebrating
and
Sharing
1.
Problem
Framing
3.
Analyzing
Data
2.
Collecting
Data
Increase Parent/Community
Involvement
Teacher Leader KWL
Fill in the “K” boxes
on the KWL chart.
Teacher Leader KWL
Fill in the “W” boxes
on the KWL chart.
Teacher Leader KWL
As we continue the
presentation,
fill in the “L”
boxes on the KWL
chart.
Role & Responsibilities
of the
Teacher Leader
Are NOT…
Are NOT…
Supervisors
Are NOT…
Supervisors
Are NOT…
Evaluators
Of Teachers
Are NOT
Evaluators
Of Teachers
Are NOT…
Administrators
For Discipline
Are NOT…
Administrator
For Discipline
Are NOT…
Substitutes
Are NOT…
Substitutes
Are NOT…
Administrative
Assistants
Are NOT…
Administrative
Assistants
Are NOT…
Department
Chairs
Are NOT…
Department
Chairs
Are NOT…
Program
Coordinators
Are NOT…
Program
Coordinator
Are NOT…
ARD
Facilitators
Are NOT…
ARD
Facilitator
Are NOT…
Interventionists/
Content Specialists
Are NOT…
Interventionist/
Content Specialist
Are NOT…
Peer
Facilitators
Are NOT…
Peer
Facilitator
How does this
information inform
you about teacher
leadership on your
campus?
Are
Are…
Teacher
Leader
Instructional
Leader
Are…
Classroom
Observers
Teacher
Leader
Instructional
Leader
Are…
Classroom
Observers
Teacher
Leader
Instructional
Leader
Researcher
Are…
Classroom
Observers
Teacher
Leader
Instructional
Leader
Researcher
Classroom
Teacher
Are…
Facilitator
Teacher
Leader
Are…
Small
Learning
Groups
Facilitator
Teacher
Leader
Are…
Small
Learning
Groups
Facilitato
r
Job
Embedded
PD
Teacher
Leader
Are…
Teacher
Leader
Leadership
Team
Member
Are…
Teacher
Leader
Participant
in TTIPS
Training
Leadership
Team
Member
Are…
Teacher
Leader
Participant
in TTIPS
Training
Leadership
Team
Member
Grant
Knowledge
Are…
Teacher
Leader
Participant
in Training
Leadership
Team
Member
Grant
Knowledge
Are…
Facilitato
r
Teacher
Leader
Leadership
Team
Member
Instructional
Leader
“A teacher should have maximal
authority and minimal power”
--Thomas Szasz
What does this
quote mean?
Evidence of…
Effective Empathy Willingness
Instruction
To Learn
Interpersonal Skills And Share
Trustworthiness
Professional
Embracing Positive
Maintaining
Discretion
Influence
Challenges Attitude
High
Standards
Communication Innovation
Skills
Responsibilities
What teacher leader
responsibility needs to be
addressed the most on
your campus?
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Effective Instruction
Willingness to Learn
Embracing Challenges
How can the qualities of
Interpersonal Skills
a teacher leader allow you
Positive Attitude
to address this area more
Influence
effectively?
Innovation
Communication Skills
Empathy
Professional Discretion
Trustworthiness
Maintaining High Standards
Read the
10 Commitments of
Leadership.
The Five Practices
The Leadership Challenge
Kouzes and Posner
Work with your table
partners to match
the Leadership
Practice with the 10
commitments.
The Leadership Challenge
Practice
Model the Way
Inspire a Shared Vision
Challenge the Process
Enable Others to Act
Encourage the Heart
Commitments
1 and 2
3 and 4
5 and 6
7 and 8
9 and 10
Time
Scheduling
Awareness
Understand the Journey
Communication
Time
Year One:
Teacher Leadership
Teaching
approx.
80%
TL Role
approx.
20%
Approx.
1
hour
daily
Year Two:
Teacher Leadership
Teaching
approx.
50%
TL Role
approx.
50%
Approx.
3 hours
Daily
Year Three:
Teacher Leadership
Teaching
approx.
20%
TL Role
approx.
80%
Approx.
5 hours
Daily
Year One:
Teacher Leadership
Year Two:
Teacher Leadership
TL Role
20%
Teaching
50%
Teaching
80%
Year Three:
Teacher Leadership
Teaching
20%
TL Role
80%
TL Role
50%
Scheduling
How will your schedule
support time for classroom
observations and
collaborative dialogue?
How will your schedule
allow teacher leaders to
mentor and provide
resources to their
colleagues?
Trends
Relationships
Patterns
Insights
Support
How will your schedule
allow teacher leaders to
collaborate with one
another?
Awareness
Expanded Focus
Understand the Journey
Year One:
Making Connections To Leadership
Year Two:
Inquiry in Action
Year Three:
Sustaining Meaningful Change
Communication
How are you going to
communicate and create
excitement and support
amongst your staff about
teacher leadership?
NEXT STEPS …
1. Plan and take action on
how teacher leadership
will be introduced to staff
and implemented on
campus.
2. Have solid answers for the
scheduling questions.
3. Teacher leaders will get
into the classrooms to
build positive
relationships with staff.
Dates to Remember …
1. A.S.A.P.
2. November 2011
Adrienne Aldaco
512-919-5141
[email protected]

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