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Ed. Planning Tips � This template is just a starting place for your Educational

Ed. Planning Tips � This template is just a starting place for your Educational Plan. � Please make sure you review the criteria and presentation targets. � The Ed. Planning document is meant for many audiences and as both a stand alone document and a tool to facilitate your presentations. � Google Jim Knight to get some tips on effective power point presentations.

Title Page Strategic Education Plan and Report 2016 -2017 www. yourschoolwebsite. com November 30,

Title Page Strategic Education Plan and Report 2016 -2017 www. yourschoolwebsite. com November 30, 2016

About Us… � What essential information do others need to know about our school?

About Us… � What essential information do others need to know about our school? � Brief demographics?

About Us Our Guiding Principles � Motto or guiding principles: � Mission: � Vision:

About Us Our Guiding Principles � Motto or guiding principles: � Mission: � Vision: � Values:

About Us Our Programs – What Makes Us Unique? What programs are integral to

About Us Our Programs – What Makes Us Unique? What programs are integral to our school’s success?

Successes What We Accomplished in 2015 -2016 � This slide transitions from the introductory

Successes What We Accomplished in 2015 -2016 � This slide transitions from the introductory section to the results section. � What did we focus on or accomplish in the last year that we want to highlight?

Successes 2015 -2016 Results Create links to full copies of your data � Accountability

Successes 2015 -2016 Results Create links to full copies of your data � Accountability Pillar Report � Achievement Tests Five Year Roll Up � Diploma Exams Five Year Roll Up � Other Indicators of Success

Successes Your Accountability Report Card • This may take a few slides to cover

Successes Your Accountability Report Card • This may take a few slides to cover since it is a large document. You may wish to have the report card in its entirety and then break it into sections. • The report card can easily be snipped or snapshotted into this page.

successes Artifact 1 Your Report Card in Detail Part A � Authentic review of

successes Artifact 1 Your Report Card in Detail Part A � Authentic review of your critical evidence � Summarize what you want people to know

Successes Your Report Card in Detail Part B � To be authentic means that

Successes Your Report Card in Detail Part B � To be authentic means that you can’t ignore less than satisfactory results

Successes Your Report Card in Detail Part C � Be as concise as possible,

Successes Your Report Card in Detail Part C � Be as concise as possible, knowing that parents are also an audience of your report

Successes Artifact 2 Provincial Achievement Tests – 3, 6, 9 � � Using a

Successes Artifact 2 Provincial Achievement Tests – 3, 6, 9 � � Using a 5 year roll up gives some sense of change or constancy Provide some authentic analysis of your data including successes and challenges that are hidden in an aggregate chart like the one above

Successes Artifact 3 Diploma Examination Results � � � Charts provide a quick snapshot

Successes Artifact 3 Diploma Examination Results � � � Charts provide a quick snapshot but may not be very informative Charts from your Accountability Pillar are easy to snip and paste or snapshot and paste Be sure to point out accomplishments and challenges

Successes Artifact 4 Other Indicators of Success � School generated data sources � Notable

Successes Artifact 4 Other Indicators of Success � School generated data sources � Notable achievements, accomplishments and proudest moments

Successes School Council and Parental Involvement � If you have a lot of information

Successes School Council and Parental Involvement � If you have a lot of information to share, you may consider using a link to a larger document

Turn and Talk � For live presentations to the Board, School Council or your

Turn and Talk � For live presentations to the Board, School Council or your staff, this is an opportunity to make the presentation interactive. � What questions do you have about our results? � Is there data that you would like to explore further? � Was there something that surprised you about our results?

Planning for 2016 -17 This page is a transition from results into planning. What

Planning for 2016 -17 This page is a transition from results into planning. What is Driving Change at Your School?

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What the data tells us…

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What the data tells us… � Achievement: � Satisfaction:

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What new provincial and district

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What new provincial and district policies tell us…

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What research and best practices

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What research and best practices tell us…

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What new provincial goals tell

Planning for 2016 -17 Areas For Growth / Focus What new provincial goals tell us… � An excellent start to learning ◦ There are no required performance measures for this goal. � Success for every student ◦ students demonstrate proficiency in literacy and numeracy, students achieve educational outcomes, students demonstrate citizenship and entrepreneurship and we eliminate the achievement gap between First nations. � Quality teaching and school leadership ◦ Teacher preparation and professional growth focus on the competencies needed to help students learn. Effective learning and teaching is achieved through collaborative leadership. � Engaged and effective governance ◦ The education system demonstrates collaboration and engagement. Students and communities have access to safe and healthy learning environments.

Planning for 2016 -17 Goal Alignment Alberta Education Chinook’s Edge [School name] An Excellent

Planning for 2016 -17 Goal Alignment Alberta Education Chinook’s Edge [School name] An Excellent Start to Learning • Children are reaching emotional, social, intellectual and physical development milestones. [School Goals or Strategies] Success for Every Student • Students achieve student learning outcomes, demonstrate proficiency in literacy and numeracy, demonstrate citizenship and entrepreneurship and we eliminate the gap between FNMI students and other students. [School Goals or Strategies] Quality Teaching and School Leadership • Teacher preparation and professional growth focus on the competencies needed to help students learn. Effective learning and teaching is achieved through collaborative leadership. [School Goals or Strategies] Engaged and Effective Governance • The education system demonstrates collaboration and engagement. [School Goals or Strategies] • Students and communities have access to safe and healthy learning environments.

Planning for 2016 -17 Goals and Targets for 2016 -2017 � Specific � Measurable

Planning for 2016 -17 Goals and Targets for 2016 -2017 � Specific � Measurable � Attainable � Relevant � Time specific

Planning for 2016 -17 Key Strategies

Planning for 2016 -17 Key Strategies

Planning 2016 -17 Embedding Technology - Specifics Tools / Facility Strategies Outcomes This may

Planning 2016 -17 Embedding Technology - Specifics Tools / Facility Strategies Outcomes This may be expressed in a chart or through bullets. The points should relate to learning You may wish to have your technology strategies embedded in your key strategies section.

Planning 2016 -17 Communication - Specifics Tools / Facility Strategies Outcomes This may be

Planning 2016 -17 Communication - Specifics Tools / Facility Strategies Outcomes This may be expressed in a chart or through bullets. The points should relate to learning You may wish to have your communication strategies embedded in your key strategies section.

Planning 2016 -17 Learning Commons - Specifics Tools / Facility Strategies Outcomes This may

Planning 2016 -17 Learning Commons - Specifics Tools / Facility Strategies Outcomes This may be expressed in a chart or through bullets. The points should relate to learning You may wish to have your library strategies embedded in your key strategies section.

Planning 2016 -17 First Nations, Metis, Inuit - Specifics Tools / Resources Strategies Outcomes

Planning 2016 -17 First Nations, Metis, Inuit - Specifics Tools / Resources Strategies Outcomes This may be expressed in a chart or through bullets. The points should relate to learning You may wish to have your FNMI strategies embedded in your key strategies section.

Planning 2016 -17 Intervention Strategies This may be expressed in a chart or through

Planning 2016 -17 Intervention Strategies This may be expressed in a chart or through bullets. The points should relate to learning You may wish to have your intervention strategies embedded in your key strategies section.

Looking Further Three Trends? � What is on the horizon? ◦ What should all

Looking Further Three Trends? � What is on the horizon? ◦ What should all stakeholders be aware of?

Looking Further Three Challenges � What we need to look into: ◦ What challenges

Looking Further Three Challenges � What we need to look into: ◦ What challenges are unique in our school or community?

Key Messages What You Should Remember About Us! � Large scale indicators that display

Key Messages What You Should Remember About Us! � Large scale indicators that display enduring success or improvement over time � Key messages that you would like others to remember about your school � Quotes from students, parents and staff � Pictures

Conclusion Have Your Say… � Key questions that encourage a positive and meaningful response

Conclusion Have Your Say… � Key questions that encourage a positive and meaningful response from stakeholders � E-mail your questions or comments to the principal, at gr 8 [email protected] 73. ca