Philosophical Foundations





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Steps & Resources

Step 1:

Meet with principal to discuss pilot and determine which department is biggest priority.

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Step 2:

Meet with department chair to discuss collaboration and department needs based on current data.

MicroLab Responses from February 3rd:
My concrete action for step 2 is to utilize protocols to focus our collaborative needs.
My concrete action for step 2 is to request a meeting with out department chair to create a needs assessment based on data.



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Step 3:

Conduct classroom walkthroughs using the Rigor Continuum.

MicroLab Responses from February 3rd:
My concrete action for step 3 is to talk to principal along with a designated department chair... then enlist other department chairs.
My concrete action for step 3 is to introduce the rigor continuum to the teachers in an adult learner fashion.
My concrete action for step 3 is to gather more information about the Rigor Continuum and share the process with teachers to lessen intimidation.
My concrete action for step 3 is to synthesize the continuum with the content.


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Step 4:

Discuss the walkthrough data and decide on strategies to address gaps.

MicroLab Responses from February 3rd:
My concrete action for step 4 is to meet with the Instructional Leaders to discuss buy-in strategies that will close the data gaps.


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Step 5:

Review data with teachers and facilitate teacher learning around strategies and/or levels of rigor.

MicroLab Responses from February 3rd:
My concrete action for step 5 is to help teachers change and grow.
My concrete action for step 5 is to create a safe, confident community by interacting with teams to develop better relationships & communication.
My concrete action for step 5 is to bring in comprehensible data to support teaching & learning.
My concrete action for step 5 is to revisit the Literacy Commitments with the department to determine which strategies would best address their needs based on the data collected.
My concrete action for step 5 is to research examples of content-specific rigorous lessons.
My concrete action for step 5 is to disaggregate data.
My concrete action for step 5 is to analyze / translate data.
My concrete action for step 5 is to validate teachers' existing knowledge, allow more teacher demonstrations and modeling, and by encouraging.
My concrete action for step 5 is to provide compliments.


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Step 6:

Conduct walkthroughs focused on new learning.

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Step 7:

Discuss data, look at student work, and decide on next steps.

MicroLab Responses from February 3rd:
My concrete action for step 7 is to really focus on the individual students progress.



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