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  1. 1. Why Continuous Improvement? Benefits to adopting a systems approach to drive improvement
  2. 2. Why CI? “The constant pursuit of knowledge and improvement, striving to make yourself better today than you were yesterday, is not merely an indispensable tenet for leaders to follow, but one of the great joys of life. It is a pursuit that motivates me every day to be a better husband, a better father, a better Christian, a better friend, and a better football coach” (p. 154).
  3. 3. Why CI? Practiced use of CI strategies helps build a growth mindset among students, teachers and staff
  4. 4. Why CI? CI helps build relationships with stakeholders
  5. 5. Why CI? When we • Create and use systems that align curriculum, instructional delivery and assessment to the learning requirements (standards), and • Consistently monitor progress toward agreed-upon academic goals, and • Adjust accordingly to meet student needs, then We eliminate guesswork involved when predicting performance on high-stakes tests.
  6. 6. Why CI?
  7. 7. Where we have been Where we are now Where we are going Why CI?
  8. 8. Pater Noster Lighthouse, Marstrand, Sweden Why CI? CI provides a framework to understand the interdependence of system components and provide structure to the myriad of “things” that comprise the work of education
  9. 9. Variable Inputs Predictable Quality Outputs D S A P Why CI? CI provides a system of responsive processes to produce high-quality outputs
  10. 10. Why CI? CI promotes students’ engagement and ownership in their own learning
  11. 11. Building the foundation
  12. 12. Benchmark survey results
  13. 13. Benchmark survey results
  14. 14. Benchmark survey results
  15. 15. Benchmark survey results
  16. 16. Benchmark survey results
  17. 17. Benchmark survey results
  18. 18. Benchmark survey results What would you need to improve your level of comfort in leading CI training on your campus? Theme Number of respondents Additional training/CI refresher/review of strategies 10 Training in PDSA 3 Training in use of tools/student data folders 3 Understand district expectations for implementation 3 Turnaround training/guidance in steps to follow 3 Training in tracking student data/measuring progress 2 Examples of CI in the classroom 1 Collaboration with other principals 1 Training other than CI (rigor/relevance, SIOP) 2
  19. 19. Benchmark survey results What are you hoping to accomplish for your campus in terms of CI by the end of the 2016-17 school year? Theme Number of respondents PDSA 8 Monitoring student data 5 Student data folders 4 Campus and classroom beliefs/mission/vision 4 Understand/follow district expectations for implementation 3 CI foundations 3 Developing and using goals to track progress 2 CI and work of the PLC 2 Other/not directly related to CI 18
  20. 20. District expectations • Tight – Loose – Tight (TLT) approach • District-designated outcomes • Campus-determined design and implementation • Campus-wide classroom outcomes based on design • Recursive alignment with CI professional learning plan • Sep/Oct 2016 – Evidence of campus and classroom mission statements • Jan 2017 – Evidence of campus and classroom goals • Apr 2017 – Evidence of classroom PDSA • Sep 2017 – Evidence of classroom use of CI tools, such as data folders and plus/delta

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