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Working Systemically. Phase III — Planning Action. Phases of the Work. Phase I: Understanding the System Phase II: Analyzing the System Phase III: Planning Action Phase IV: Taking Action and Monitoring Implementation Phase V: Assessing and Reflecting on Outcomes. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Working SystemicallyPhase III Planning Action

  • Phases of the WorkPhase I: Understanding the SystemPhase II: Analyzing the SystemPhase III: Planning ActionPhase IV: Taking Action and Monitoring ImplementationPhase V: Assessing and Reflecting on Outcomes

  • Stacey Joyner & Ann NeeleyDecember 4, 2007Phase III: Planning ActionStep 1: Investigate Research-Based Practices

  • Investigate research-based practicesDescribe the ideal stateDevelop an improvement planAlign district and campus plansPhase III Planning Action

  • Investigate research-based practicesSelected References for Research-Based Practices

  • Professional Teaching and Learning CycleWhat is the Professional Teaching and Learning Cycle (PTLC)?

    The PTLC is a job-embedded, collaborative, professional development process that teachers use to plan and implement lessons that are aligned to their state standards.

  • Professional Teaching and Learning Cycle

  • Putting the PTLC Into ActionFirst MeetingPhases I-III Study, Select, and Plan phases are completed in a collaborative meeting (usually takes 23 hours at first).Second MeetingPhases V & VI Analyze and Adjust phases are completed in a collaborative meeting (usually takes 2-3 hours at first).Phase IV ImplementTeachers teach the lesson and other staff members observe.

  • Professional Teaching and Learning Cycle

  • District Leadership RolesCommunicating clear expectations

    Monitoring and reviewing

    Building capacity

  • District Leadership: Communicating Clear Expectations

    1. Communicates repeatedly with school leaders that the number one priority is that all students will become proficient in the state standards.

    2. Communicates repeatedly with school leaders that all classroom teachers will work collaboratively to implement each step of the PTLC.

  • 1. Works with school leaders to review data from PTLC collaborative meetings and regular visitation to classrooms to determine PTLC progress.

    2. Collaborates with school leaders to monitor students academic progress towards mastering the state standards.District Leadership: Monitoring and Reviewing

  • 1. Ensures that school leaders provide many opportunities for collaboration among staff focused on students mastering state standards.

    2. Ensures that school leaders provide support for new or struggling teachers as they align their instruction and assessment with state standards.

    3. Aligns district and school staff development todeepen content knowledge,explore research-based instructional strategies,make better use of data,learn ways to analyze student work, anddevelop instructional interventions for students.District Leadership: Building Capacity

  • PlanningIn order to implement PTLC successfully there are two critical structures that must be in place or must be created:

    Time

    Content area expertise

  • Questions and Further Discussion

    PTLC

    About similarities between the PTLC and other approaches to alignment through lesson study

    Reflection on Step 1 Competencies