Day 1: Setting PRTs up for success
Understanding the Registration Process
Knowing the RTCs
What is evidence?
Setting up portfolios
Day 2: Supporting success
Observations and feedback
Induction and mentoring
Using the .2 PRT allowance
Managing challenging conversations
Days 3 & 4: Ongoing support
Trouble-shooting and ongoing support
Suggested format two full days prior to the start of the year followed by two afternoons to provide ongoing support.
1. Overview of the Spiral of Inquiry stages and what these mean in practice.
Key messages: - If we expect change in outcomes for a child we must expect to change our practice
Inquiry requires us to consider many aspects of what is happening for an individual learner.
2. Digging into the data. Using a range of information to decide the best course of action for each child.
3. Tracking change. How can we ensure that what we are doing is working?
4. Use and analysis of assessment tools. Feedback on the identification of specific goals for improvement.
5. Matching teaching programmes and approaches to the needs of individual students
Day 1: Leading from the Middle
The role of the Middle Leader
Building relational trust
Teaching as inquiry
Managing difficult conversations
Your role as a coach and as an appraiser
Day 2: Leading Learning
Leading learning in your school
Analysing and using data
Learning focused meeting processes and approaches
Collecting and using evidence
Day 3: Growing Learning
Understanding the change process
Educationally powerful relationships with Parents, Families and Whānau
Systems to support struggling learners