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Running head: Individual Reflection Essay on the ISLLC 2008 Standards

Individual Reflection Essay on the ISLLC 2008 Standards
Teresa E. McNair
Grand Canyon University: EDA-534
September 21, 2011

The Unwrapping of the ISLLC Standards
In this particular section, you will be provided with detailed analysis of each of the six ISLLC 2008 standards. For each standard a template was given to assist in the unwrapping process. Individuals were grouped in teams and allowed to collaborate to unwrap each ISLLC Standard. ISLLC 2008 Standard 1(Unwrapped)

Standard 1:  An education leader promotes the success of every student by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared and supported by all stakeholders.| Knowledge| Skills| Enduring Understandings| Essential Questions| Administrators will know the vision and mission (ISLLC 1.A)| Administrators will be able to collaborate, develop and implement a vision. (ISLLC 1.A)| Administrators will understand that the vision and mission are living documents that are constantly evaluated and improved to reflect the needs in order for students to achieve success within the school community.| What are the goals of the school?How will the goals be met?How can we (the school) be most effective?What is going to be done to ensure student success?What are the barriers to achieving this vision?| Administrators will know the goals and their effectiveness (ISLLC 1.B)| Administrators will be able to collect and use data to determine goals. (ISLLC 1.B)Administrators will be able to assess effectiveness of goals. (ISLLC 1.B)Administrators will be able to promote learning. (ISLLC 1.B)| | | Administrators will know the plans for the achievement of the goals (ISLLC 1.C)| Administrators will be able to create and implement plans to achieve goals. (ISLLC 1.C)| | | Administrators will know leadership theories (ISLLC 1.D)| Administrators will be able to commit to continual improvement. (ISLLC 1.D)| | | Administrators will know information sources, data collection, and data analysis (ISLLC1.E)Administrators will know effective communication (ISLLC 1.E)| Administrators will be able to identify, clarify, and address barriers to achieving the vision (ISLLC 1.E)Administrators will be able to communicate progress to stakeholders. (ISLLC 1.E)Administrators will be able to monitor and evaluate progress. (ISLLC 1.E)Administrators will be able to revise the plans (ISLLC 1.E)| | |

ISLLC 2008 Standard 2(Unwrapped)
Standard 2: A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning and staff professional growth.| Knowledge| Skills| Enduring Understandings| Essential Questions| Administrators will know about school culture. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will know about trust. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will know about collaboration. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will know about learning. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will know about high expectations. (ISLLC 2.A) | Administrators will be able to nurture and sustain positive school culture. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will be able to encourage and foster collaboration. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will be able to promote life-long learning. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will be able to treat all individuals fairly. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will be able to respect others. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will be able to value staff and students as important. (ISLLC 2.A)Administrators will be able to recognize and celebrate staff and student success. (ISLLC 2.A)| Administrators will understand the relationship among school culture, staff motivation, and student academic success.Administrators will understand the effect of instructional program design, implementation and evaluation on student success and staff professional...
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