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Cultivating and Sustaining Our Professional Capital 

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CAPE7-May14-Cultural/linguisticResponsiveness

CAPE8-CommunicatingWithOurSchoolCommunity-Presentation



Professional Capital as Accountability, 2015, Fullan, Hargreaves,and Rincon-Gallardo 

The Power of Professional Capital, 2013, Hargreaves and Fullan

Leading Quality Change - Worksheets, 2014, Fullan

The Principal, Three Keys to Maximizing Impact - Worksheets, 2014, Fullan

Michael Fullan CA Website

Accountability for College and Career Readiness: Developing a New Paradigm2014 Linda Darling-Hammond, Wilhoit, Pittenger

Substantial professional development spread over six to 12 months showed a positive significant effect on student achievement gains:
Clear organizational support and ongoing individual support is critical if educators are to shift their current thinking about Professional Learning to an understanding that it is an ongoing process and that the knowledge of the teaching and learning process continues to grow and expand as we understand more about how people learn and how to create environments for all to learn in schools. Professional Learning also must help teachers fully understand the curricula and instructional practices they are trying to implement. Scattered days within a school calendar will not achieve the anticipated benefits of effective teacher professional learning or student achievement. Periodic workshops do not provide the intensity and duration necessary for “serious, cumulative study of the given subject matter or for trying out ideas in the classroom and reflecting on the results” (Darling-Hammond et al, 2009, p.9). Fewer than 14 hours of professional learning show no effect on student learning while 30 –100 hours spread over six to 12 months show a positive and significant effect on student achievement gains.


Instructional leaders develop collective capacity of PLCs:
professional capital -
human, social, & decisional capital
http://www.michaelfullan.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/1998-6996-1-PB.pdf
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PLCs agree upon what a year's 
progress looks like and focus on 
activating learners' progress 
 PLCs' Ongoing Inquiry-Cycle:
 Analyze Learning, Do Content, Plan Next Steps, Implement
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Ensuring every student achieves at least one year's progress for one year of schooling

https://www.pearson.com/hattie/solutions.html
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Educators use the language of learning. Equipping students with learning strategies - to advance their learning on their own
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Assess to Learn. Seek feedback to improve teaching and learning 
http://www.corwin.com/books/Book236077?siteId=corwin-press&subject=C00&qsupld=true&productType=&q=feedback+the+hinge&fs=1

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 Know Thy Impact 
 Instructional Leadership / Lead Learner

Principals who have their major focus on creating a learning climate free of disruption, a system of clear teaching objectives, and high expectations for self, teachers, and students.

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It is school leaders who promote challenging goals, and then establish safe environments for teachers to critique, question, and support other teachers to reach these goals together that have most effect on student outcomes.
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 Instructional Leadership



 Instructional leadership / Lead Learner

Leaders had greatest effects on student outcomes were promoting and participating in ongoing teacher learning and development

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The power of feedback to teachers on what is happening in their classroom so they can ascertain ‘How am I going?’ in achieving the learning intentions they have set for their students, such that they can then decide ‘Where to next?’ for the students. (Quoted from Hattie, 2009, p. 181)  Oct 21, 2015, 1:33 PM Unknown user
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Teach and Insist. Principals should build and empower their leadership team to make decisions and implement them, delegate responsibilities and hold people accountable for agreed-upon outcomes, and create a culture that embraces mistakes as building capacity.Prioritize and Execute. Principals, along with their leadership teams, need to map out short-term and long-term goals and align them for all team members and the school as a whole, so they can prioritize and remain focused.Engage Your Lifelines. Every principal should have at least three lifelines—go-to people who honor, encourage and push them. They should also offer themselves as a lifeline to others.Renew to Get Stronger. To maximize organizational and personal effectiveness, principals make time for activities that re-energize them, and encourage others to do the same.  Oct 26, 2015, 1:41 PM Unknown user
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