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Edad 516 2015

  1. 1. Washington State University Puyallup Campus Fall Semester 2015 Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  2. 2. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  3. 3. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 1. What’s one thing interesting you read or saw (related to your work) in the last few weeks that left an impression on you? 2. At first glance what’s one thing a principal or supervisor might not know about your school or classroom? 3. What’s one thing you hope to learn in the next 12 weeks?
  4. 4. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 What do you know and or believe about leadership and the supervision of instruction?
  5. 5. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015  Norms  Goals, Outcomes, and Assessments  Purpose  WCEAP Common Performance Task Guide: Standards 2A and 2B  Course Objectives  Course Assignments  Expectations for completion/grading
  6. 6. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 Calendar changes: September 9-No class opening of school September 30-need to move to T or Th October 7-Trade for Ginsberg Inservice on 10/9 November 11-Veterans Day observed. Trade for Olympia visit 11/12 November 26-No class, Thanksgiving holiday
  7. 7. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  8. 8. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015  Theoretical framework  Broader look at supervision  Built on a clinical model
  9. 9.  SuperVision: A New Name for a New Paradigm  Supervision and Moral Purpose  ”Democratic Spirit” (p. 13)  Prerequisites: (Figure 1.2)  Knowledge  Interpersonal skills  Technical skills Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  10. 10. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015  Foundation in intrinsic motivation  Cultural relevancy  Grounded in inquiry-based practices
  11. 11.  Who gets left behind?  Interrupting deficit thinking about student potential  “All children ARE learners”  Culturally responsive teaching  Culturally responsive teaching through the lens of intrinsic motivation Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  12. 12.  Culture and motivation are inseparable influences on learning  Motivated teachers tend to have motivated students  Transformative learning: learning experiences that can change beliefs and perspectives of educators  Language choice not only represents how we think, it influences how we think and act. Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  13. 13.  Glickman (p.13) states,” Educators are the primary stewards of the democratic spirit. The total of our efforts is far greater than the particulars of our job.”  Ginsberg reminds us that motivated teachers have motivated learners and that the whole activity of education is ethical and political in nature (p.5).  What type of society do we desire?  What type of educational environment should supervision promote in order to move us toward the society we desire? Q: As a teacher and emerging leader, what are your core values? (2 minute elevator speech) Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  14. 14.  Book Study Protocol (244)  Groups of 4  Everyone reads the introduction  Identify a chapter to examine from 3-6  Read your designated chapter, peruse the headings. Find a procedure that is relevant to you. Read this section twice: first for your general understanding and second to apply an idea to your own work.  Develop a 10 minute presentation for your small group that  Provides an introduction  Lists topics that caught your attention  Involves your group in deeply examining one procedure or topic that appears to be particularly relevant or interesting.  Allow time for comment or feedback Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  15. 15. “The best thing about being sad,” replied Merlin, beginning to puff and blow, is to learn something. That is the only thing that never fails. You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie awake at night listening to the disorder in your veins, you may miss your only love, you may see the world devastated by evil lunatics, or know your honor trampled in the sewers of baser minds. There is only one thing for it then-to learn. Learn why the world wags and what wags it. That is the only thing which the mind can never exhaust, never alienate, never be tortured by, never fear or distrust, and never dream of regretting. Learning is the thing for you.” T.H. White (1996) Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 FINAL THOUGHTS:
  16. 16. In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute. Thurgood Marshall Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 SEPTEMBER 2, 2015:
  17. 17. The best of blogs, print, media… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 OPENING
  18. 18. With an elbow partner: • Briefly review the responses to last week’s prompt • Discuss major ideas and themes that emerged… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 From last weeks reflective prompt:
  19. 19. This I Believe… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 From last weeks reflective prompt:
  20. 20. From Excited to Learn  Thoughts/understanding from the introductory chapter  Book Study Presentations  10 minute presentation from your selected chapter:  Provide an introduction to your concept- Inclusion/Attitude/Meaning/Competence  What topics caught your caught your attention?  Involve your group in deeply examining one procedure or topic that appears to be particularly relevant or interesting. Think about how this could inform your work.  Allow time for comment or feedback Key ideas/take-aways? Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 Small Groups:
  21. 21. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The Danger of a Single Story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9Ihs241zeg Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 CLOSURE:
  22. 22. Glickman: Chapters 2-3:Traditional Schools v. Dynamic Schools 2: Questions 1,3,4 3: Questions 1,2,4 Fullan: Choosing the Wrong Drivers… Reflective Prompt Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 For September 16:
  23. 23. Stories become “testaments,” old or new, that choreograph the life of the community. Stephen Larsen (2001) in Pace Marshall, Stephanie, (2006) The Power To Transform Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 SEPTEMBER 16, 2015:
  24. 24. The best of blogs, print, media… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 OPENING
  25. 25. From Glickman, Chapter 2 & 3  Groups: at least 1 colleague from a neighboring district and 1 secondary person.  Choose I of the questions:  Ch 2: 1/3/4  Ch 3: 1/2/4  Review blog responses, discuss  Record key ideas, take-aways  Gallery Walk (3)  Choose 1 person to report to the group Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 Small Groups:
  26. 26. From Glickman: The norm…Traditional Schools The goal…Dynamic Schools Why are traditional schools the way they are? How does this differ from dynamic schools? From Fullan: “The key to system-wide success is to situate the energy of educators as the central driving force.” What are the right drivers and why are they effective? Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  27. 27. THE DANGER OF A SINGLE STORY:  Insights  Connections to the readings  Connections to your work Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 Large Group:
  28. 28. For next week: Chapter 3: Transformative Professional Learning, Ginsberg Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  29. 29. “The stories people tell have a way of taking care of them. If stories come to you, care for them. And learn to give them away where they are needed. Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive. That is why we put these stories in each other’s memory This is how people care for themselves. One day you will be good storytellers. Never forget these obligations.” Barry Lopez, Crow and Weasel, (1990) in Pace Marshall, Stephanie, (2006) The Power To Transform Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  30. 30. We do not make substantive changes in the way we learn as long as what we learn fits comfortably within our existing frames of reference. -Mezirow (1997) Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 SEPTEMBER 23, 2015:
  31. 31. Dynamic Approach  Inquiry design  Action Research  Context-based adult learning  Outcomes can be unpredictable Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 SETTING THE STAGE FOR SHADOWING:
  32. 32. Although theory enhances the durability of professional learning, imagination guides its implementation to connect the dots between students, curriculum, instruction, the school environment-and a continuous sense of opportunity. (Fullan 1993, Liu, 2004) In Ginsberg, 2011 Transformative Professional Learning Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 TRANSFORMATIVE ADULT LEARNING:
  33. 33.  Generative: Opportunity to examine and construct new learning and teaching methods, rather than to simply implement prescribed ideas about “good instruction.” Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 WHY THIS APPROACH?
  34. 34. Question and Answer with Principal, Nancy Strobel… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 GUEST SPEAKER
  35. 35. What shadowing is and why it is important… Discuss the list on page 35 Sam Palmer: p. 34  How will you set up your inquiry question?  What data supports your focus? Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 WITH A PARTNER OR IN SMALL GROUPS
  36. 36. Discussion: The Farrah example… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015
  37. 37. Reading: In Yassir’s Shoes Reflective prompt: Begin framing your inquiry question What data (broadly construed) supports your focus? Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 FOR NEXT WEEK
  38. 38. Ideas are worthless except as they pass into action, which rearrange and reconstruct in some way, be it little or large, the world in which we live. -Dewey In Pugh, 2011 Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 CLOSURE
  39. 39. Our attitudes, beliefs, language, and actions are shaped by our cultural assimilations:  Culture and motivation are inseparable influences on learning (Ginsberg, 2011)  Diversity in educational contexts requires constructive action to change ideas and attitudes that perpetuate the exclusion of underserved groups and significantly challenge their motivation to learn (Ginsberg & Wlodkowski, 2009) Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 SEPTEMBER 29, 2015:
  40. 40. The best of blogs, print, media… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 OPENING
  41. 41. An Interview with Margery Ginsberg ASCD/Margery Ginsberg/ELVideoInterview Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 Cultural Norms
  42. 42. Student Shadowing: Work Plan Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 Small Groups
  43. 43. Chapter 5: Reflections on Educational Beliefs, Teaching, and Supervision What is needed is some firm footing in principle…With a clearly defined platform, you can begin to take a position relative to educational practices, looking beyond surface behavior to probe for real consequences of a variety of school practices. -Sergiovanni Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 REFLECTIONS…GLICKMAN
  44. 44. Where You Stand Depends on Where You Sit: Questions as entry points for critical reflection, p. 95 Part I: personal reflection Part II: Small group Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 EFFECTS OF CULTURE ON BELIEFS…GLICKMAN
  45. 45. No class next week-Ginsberg training at ESD 113 Readings: The case for expertise… Glickman - Chapter 5 and 6 Fink and Markholt- Introduction and Chapter 1 Reflection: This I believe…Now I believe Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 LOOKING AHEAD
  46. 46. No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new heaven to the human spirit. -Helen Keller Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 CLOSURE
  47. 47. THEME: Interpersonal Skills of Supervision Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 October 14, 2015:
  48. 48. CHECK IN:  Student Shadowing  This I believe/Now I believe  The best of the speakers… Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 OPENING
  49. 49. Clinical Supervision: “Clinical supervision may be defined as supervision focused upon the improvement of instruction by means of systematic cycles of planning, observation, and intellectual analysis of actual teaching performances in the interest of rational modifications” Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 October 14, 2015:
  50. 50. OBSERVING INSTRUCTION https://www.teachingchannel.org/ success-at-the-core-sac Video: What do you see? Discuss Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 October 14, 2015:
  51. 51. OBSERVING INSTRUCTION Looking ahead: For next week: 3 1. Write up tonight’s video observation 2. New Video 3. Classroom of a supportive peer What did you see? What feedback would you give to the teacher? (Pay attention to the Supervisory Behavior Continuum on pp102/103) Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 October 14, 2015:
  52. 52. OBSERVING INSTRUCTION Looking ahead: Next week: Nancy Strobel Using the Danielson Framework For October 28: Supervisory Behaviors: Glickman through Chapter 11 Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 October 14, 2015:
  53. 53. OBSERVING INSTRUCTION Through the TPEP Lens Using Frameworks Danielson AWSP Leadership Framework With Special Guest: Nancy Strobel Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 October 21, 2015:
  54. 54. For October 28: Supervisory Behaviors: Glickman through Chapter 11 Clinical Observation 4: See handout Ailene M. Baxter, Ed. D. Director of Human Resources, Puyallup School District EDAD 516 WSU-Puyallup Fall, 2015 October 21, 2015:

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