ISLLC Standard 2

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Collaborative Learning Community: ISLLC Standard 2
Gregory Kempton, Brandi Barnes, Alison Hawkins, and Thomas Norman
Grand Canyon University: EDA-534
November 12th, 2014

Unwrapping the Standards Template
Standard 2:
An education leader promotes the success of every student by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning and staff professional growth.

A. Nurture and sustain a culture of collaboration, trust, learning, and high expectations
B. Create a comprehensive, rigorous, and coherent curricular program
C. Create a personalized and motivating learning environment for students
D. Supervise instruction
E. Develop assessment and accountability systems to monitor student progress
F. Develop the instructional and leadership capacity of staff
G. Maximize time spent on quality instruction
H. Promote the use of the most effective and appropriate technologies to support teaching and learning
I. Monitor and evaluate the impact of the instructional program

Enduring Understandings
Essential Questions
Administrators will know…
Administrators will be able to …
Administrators will understand that…

how to create and foster student growth and achievement. (North Dakota Council of Educational Leadership, 2008) collect data and have skills for using data to make instructional decisions (Green, 2013).
(ISLLC 2008: 2E)

student learning is the primary purpose of a school and it needs to be frequently evaluated to make sure all students are getting what they need to achieve. (North Dakota Council of Educational Leadership, 2008)

How do we apply collected performance reporting to influence school culture and foster student growth? How should accountability be directed and applied? apply learning theories. (North Dakota Council of Educational Leadership, 2008) share their knowledge of various motivational theories (Green, 2013).
(ISLLC 2008: 2C) there are a variety of ways in which students and faculty can learn. The fourth dimension of leadership values “engaging in leadership best practices” (Green, 2013). Therefore, a leader needs to understand that one strategy will not fit everyone and every situation.
How can motivational theories be applied to help instructors create an engaging learning environment that identifies and meets individual learning needs? how to implement curriculum design, implement evaluation, and refinement. (North Dakota Council of Educational Leadership, 2008) explain the processes and procedures that can be used to enhance coordination and collaboration (Green, 2013).
(ISLLC 2008: 2A)
That diversity can create learning barriers and that these need to be considered when designing and implementing curriculum.
What do I need to know about my community members to facilitate a positive and high achieving learning culture? the principles of effective instruction. (North Dakota Council of Educational Leadership, 2008) apply and be able to explain the principles of effective instruction (Green, 2013).
(ISLLC 2008: 2H)
The difference between constructive and restrictive motivation, and how these can be applied to effective instruction to promote long term change.
How can technology be used to support effective instruction and authentic learning experiences? measurement, evaluation, and assessment strategies. (North Dakota Council of Educational Leadership, 2008)
Have a system in place to assess whether high expectations for students and staff permeate the school (Green, 2013).
(ISLLC 2008: 2B) for a school to be successful, you need teachers collaborating on assessment strategies and what is the best way to teach the curriculum. This goes back to making sure you have a positive environment where people feel comfortable to discuss these topics freely.
How do I create effective data teams who value applying knowledge gained from analyzing data to improve their teaching practice? diversity and its