A Gift for Administrators

Recently a twitter feed introduced a concept that is quickly taking notice in the world of education. It is called PLAYDATES: People Learning and Asking Y: Digital Age Teacher Exploration. I recently presented this concept to middle school leadership focusing their PLAY time on Google Forms and how they can be used to support data collection and reflection. Each form listed below supports a leadership standard with performance criteria. PLC 1

FORMS FOR ADMINISTRATORS & TEACHERS:
Administrator Quarter Reflections
I would greatly appreciate your anonymous feedback on how I am meeting your needs as an instructional leader. I plan to use the data to reflect on my practices and make any necessary adjustments.
MCPS Leadership Standard V, Criterion II, V

Instructional Check
We would like for you to take a moment to reflect on the instructional needs in the department that you lead through the following lenses: Equity, Engagement, Universal Design Learning (UDL), Classroom Management, Common Core/Literacy Curriculum, Strengths of Collaborative Planning, Concerns in Collaborative Planning, and Grading and Reporting. Please consider your team as a whole when answering these questions and be prepared to discuss individual teacher’s strengths and needs when you meet with your department’s admin.
MCPS Leadership Standard I, Criterion VI; Standard II, Criterion II

Reflection Questions for Evaluation
MCPS has identified you as being in your evaluation cycle this school year. The report will reflect information about you from the PGS Teaching Standards. This survey is meant to gather information about Standards 5 and 6.
MCPS Leadership Standard II, Criterion VII

Resource Teacher Survey
The purpose of this survey is for the RT to receive feedback from those that they supervise and utilize the results for continued professional growth and department support. The survey responses are anonymous.
MCPS Leadership Standard II, Criterion VII

Student Engagement
Research has shown that when students are engaged they become active participants of their learning experience which converts the experience from compliance to transformation. This survey allows the observer to view the learning experience from the student’s perspective.
MCPS Leadership Standard I, Criterion VI; Standard II, Criterion II

Teacher Survey for Student Engagement
Research has shown that when students are engaged they become active participants of their learning experience which converts the experience from compliance to transformation. This survey allows the observer to view the learning experience from the teacher’s perspective.
MCPS Leadership Standard I, Criterion VI; Standard II, Criterion II

FORMS FOR STUDENTS:
Daily Student Behavior Checklist
The student’s educational team provides daily feedback for the behaviors listed in the Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP).
MCPS Leadership Standard II, Criterion VII

Daily Student Intervention Plan
The student’s educational team provides daily feedback for the interventions needed in class to assist the student in achieving. The data from this survey can be used to determine next steps (Documentation of Intervention for Educational Management Team meeting).
MCPS Leadership Standard II, Criterion VII

PLC 2

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