Leading Professional Learning

Excerpt from EL Education's Core Practices: A Vision for Improving Schools

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EL Education

Topic

  • Instructional Leadership

Grade Level

School leaders are pivotal in supporting the community of professional learning by developing quality teachers. They align professional development, feedback and coaching with formal evaluation to support the growth of every teacher and ensuring school-wide excellence.

A. Leading Change

  1. School leaders assume primary responsibility for increasing student achievement, implementing the EL model, and coordinating on-site professional development aligned with the school’s work plan.
  2. School leaders model being “lead learners” by participating in on-site and off-site professional development offered by EL as needed to ensure the success of the school.
  3. School leaders continue to develop their own knowledge and skills in effective leadership, curriculum, instruction, assessment, and school culture.

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Created By

EL Education

Topic

  • Instructional Leadership

Grade Level

School leaders are pivotal in supporting the community of professional learning by developing quality teachers. They align professional development, feedback and coaching with formal evaluation to support the growth of every teacher and ensuring school-wide excellence.

A. Leading Change

  1. School leaders assume primary responsibility for increasing student achievement, implementing the EL model, and coordinating on-site professional development aligned with the school’s work plan.
  2. School leaders model being “lead learners” by participating in on-site and off-site professional development offered by EL as needed to ensure the success of the school.
  3. School leaders continue to develop their own knowledge and skills in effective leadership, curriculum, instruction, assessment, and school culture.

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