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Performance (Instructional Leadership)


EXAMPLES TO INPUT


prv


qva


pt


qwcj


arc

prv: posted/reviewed with students/vocabulary taught


qva: questioning/visual aides/activities


pt: Pacing/teacher-student talk


qwcj: questioning/whiteboards/cold call/justifying


arc: adjusting teaching/reteach/clarify

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #1




Teacher A's objectives.....





are reflective of CA Standard_____for grade_____(instructional plan). In addition, the objective_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #2




The objective was.....

clear. For example prv (video)

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #3




Teacher A's instructional plan.....

was adequately prepared and aligned with CA standard_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #4




The plan.....

wasn't evident in practice as there were many discrepancies between the plan and the video. Discrepancies included:

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #5




Teacher A's instructional plan.....

was effective in promoting student learning and engagement. For example_____(lesson plan, video). Further_____(video). Teacher A's classroom management was_____.

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #6




Appropriate content-specific.....

pedagogy was evident. For example qva (lesson plan, video).

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #7




Appropriate developmental.....

pedagogy was evident. For example pt (video)

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #8




Teacher A's class.....

consists of_____(class profile)

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #9




Teacher A's also stated.....

that her class includes_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #10




Planned.....

assessments include_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #11




Student work.....

samples show_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #12




Teacher A's.....

self-reflection stated_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #13




Therefore Teacher A.....

wasn't effective in addressing the variations of learning needs of her classroom.

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #14




Teacher A was.....

effective in monitoring student mastery toward the learning objective. For example_____qwcj (lesson plan, video)

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #15




Teacher A was.....

effective in providing feedback to students that was directly related to mastery of the learning objective. For example she stated_____(video)

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #16




Teacher A assessed.....

student mastery through planned assessment that included_____(instructional plan)

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #17




During the video.....

there was evidence that_____




Student work samples show_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #18




Teacher A effectively.....

used the results of student monitoring to arc (video).

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #19




Teacher A stated....

in her self-reflection that she plans to use the results of the student independent assessment to_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #20




One of Teacher A's....

instructional strengths is_____. Rational.

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #21




Two areas....

of improvement are_____and_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #22




As Principal,

there are many strategies I would recommend to Teacher A in regard to_____. First_____. Next_____. In addition_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #23




As Principal,

there are also many strategies I would recommend to Teacher A in regard to_____. First_____. Second_____. Finally_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #24




The strategies,

I recommended in regards to_____will promote improved instruction and student learning because_____

Performance Sentence Frames


(Instructional Leadership) #25




The strategies,

I recommended in regards to_____will promote improved instruction and student learning because_____