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I.

Introduction

TheNCBSSH-TDNA tool is necessary to determine the school heads needs for training and development vis--vis th
domains of competencies for an effective school leader. It is a self-assessment mechanism done by reflecting on past an
practices as a School Head. There could be differing possibilities in which the school head sees a need for professional de
through this tool.

It is basically a self-appraisal tool accomplished by the School Heads themselves. The School Heads are asked to co
-assessment instrument where they identify the behaviors they have consistently demonstrated in their role as a school
the seven domains.

The competencies identified for the school heads are classified into seven domains for school leadership and management w

II. Accomplishing the Profile


A. The profile sheet is working with the macros which need to be enabled for some of the drop-down menus to function. The

moment this tool is opened a message may appear asking the user to enable these macros if found disabled. In case the drop-down

are not functioning, try enabling the macros. Drop-down menus will NOT function also if the workbook is in design mode.
B. Acomplishing the profile sheet is necessary in this TDNA for school heads. Some information can be provided by choosing fro
the list of items in the drop-down menus employed. Automatic scoring will only work when all information required had been
provided. At the end of the profile sheet, error message/s is/are displayed indicating that the sheet is not completely accomplished.

III. Accomplishing the Self-Assessment


Read the instructions at the beginning of the 'Self Assessment' sheet. Automatic scoring will proceed only if this sheet is
properly accomplished. In each item, one(1) box must be ticked. The background turns blue if correctly ticked, otherwise
becomes orange.

At the end of the worksheet an error handler is provided to guide the user in locating errors. If the assessment is correctly accom
a remark 'End of Assessment'

IV. Scoring and Interpretation of Results


When the 'Profile' and 'Self-Assessment' are completely and correctly accomplished, automatic scoring functions through the
In this 'Summary"
score is also provided. Interpretation of results is also charted in this sheet.

ntroduction

TheNCBSSH-TDNA tool is necessary to determine the school heads needs for training and development vis--vis the seven
omains of competencies for an effective school leader. It is a self-assessment mechanism done by reflecting on past and current
actices as a School Head. There could be differing possibilities in which the school head sees a need for professional development
rough this tool.

It is basically a self-appraisal tool accomplished by the School Heads themselves. The School Heads are asked to complete a self
ssessment instrument where they identify the behaviors they have consistently demonstrated in their role as a school head across
e seven domains.
The competencies identified for the school heads are classified into seven domains for school leadership and management which are:
Domain 1: School Leadership

Effective leadership is the core of every successful school. This domain emphasizes that effective school leaders collaborate
create a vision and establish a climate for teachers, non-teaching personnel and learners to reach their highest level of achievement.
Domain 2: Instructional Leadership

Education reforms have created an urgent need for strong emphasis on the development of instructional leadership skills. Th
domain covers those actions in instructional leadership (e.g. assessment for learning, development and implementation, instruction
supervision and technical assistance that school heads take or delegate to others to promote good teaching and high level learni
among pupils/students.
Domain 3: Creating a Student-Centered Learning Climate

The domain requires that effective school leaders set high standards and create high expectations for learners at the same tim
recognizing their achievement.
Domain 4: HR Management and Professional Development

Effective school leaders develop the skills and talents of those around them. This domain includes the nurturing and supporting of
learning community that recruits teachers based on NCBTS and promotes the continuous growth and development of personnel bas
on IPPD and SPPD.
Domain 5: Parent Involvement and Community Partnership

Effective school heads engage in shared decision making with the community in achieving universal participation, completion a
functional literacy. This domain covers parent and other stakeholders involvement to raise learners performance.
Domain 6: School Management and Operations

This domain covers the critical role school heads play in managing the implementation and monitoring of their schools improveme
plan/annual implementation plan.
Domain 7: Personal and Professional Attributes and Interpersonal Effectiveness.

Effective school leaders are models of professionalism and ethical and moral leadership. This domain includes the development of pri
in the nobility of the teaching profession.

Accomplishing the Profile


A. The profile sheet is working with the macros which need to be enabled for some of the drop-down menus to function. The

oment this tool is opened a message may appear asking the user to enable these macros if found disabled. In case the drop-down

e not functioning, try enabling the macros. Drop-down menus will NOT function also if the workbook is in design mode.
B. Acomplishing the profile sheet is necessary in this TDNA for school heads. Some information can be provided by choosing from
e list of items in the drop-down menus employed. Automatic scoring will only work when all information required had been
ovided. At the end of the profile sheet, error message/s is/are displayed indicating that the sheet is not completely accomplished.

Accomplishing the Self-Assessment

Read the instructions at the beginning of the 'Self Assessment' sheet. Automatic scoring will proceed only if this sheet is
operly accomplished. In each item, one(1) box must be ticked. The background turns blue if correctly ticked, otherwise
ecomes orange.

At the end of the worksheet an error handler is provided to guide the user in locating errors. If the assessment is correctly accomplished
remark 'End of Assessment' is displayed.

Scoring and Interpretation of Results

When the 'Profile' and 'Self-Assessment' are completely and correctly accomplished, automatic scoring functions through the 'Summary' sheet.
this 'Summary" sheet respondent's average score and percentage in each strand and domain can be viewed. A chart of summarized percentag
ore is also provided. Interpretation of results is also charted in this sheet.

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Individual Profile
I. Personal Data
1. Family Name:

First Name :

2. Gender

3. Employee ID :

5. Date of Birth

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6. HOME ADDRESS

Barangay:
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8. Region

9. Division :

11. School Name :


13. School Address

12. School ID :
Barangay :

Town/City :

14. Current Position :

15. Other Designation/s

16. Highest Educational Attainment :


17. Number of Years in Service as School Head :
II. Work Experience (Start from your recent work)
18.

Position

MAIN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY e.g. subjects taught,


level supervised

LEVEL e.g. Elem/Sec/ALS schoo


division, region

III. Training Attended


19.
Training Focus

Training attended over last 3


years

Curriculum

Yes

Resource Materials Development

Yes

Planning

Yes

Management

Yes

Management Level

Policy Development

Yes

Research

Yes

Others

Yes

IV. Significant Experiences


20. Identify which of the following areas you consider to be your area(s) of expertise:
School Based Management

Monitoring and Evaluation

Quality Assurance

Subject Specialization

Access Education

Policy Development

Education Planning

ICT

Learning Resource Materials Development

Others

Delivery of Training

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Town
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Philippines

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INCLUSIVE PERIOD

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National Competency-Based Standards


Assessment Too

(Based on DepEd Order No. 32. s. 2010, The National Adoption and I
Based Standards for School He

INSTRUCTIONS:

a. This tool contains a list of competencies covered in the National Competency-Based Standa
reflecting on your past and current practices as a School Head.

b. Individual results will serve as basis for the development of your IPPD. Consolidated results
in designing and delivering competency-based training and development programs that are r
c. For each competency indicator, there are four possibilities in which you will see your need
column that represents your self-reflection. Do this for each competency.
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doing a little of this and I need to learn more
doing it but I need to improve
doing it well and can lead others do the same

DOMAIN 1. SCHOOL LEADERSHIP


Strand 1.A. Developing & Communicating Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives (VMGO)
At what level do I. . .
1.Demonstrateco-ownershipofandpersonalresponsestoidentifiedissuesconsistentwiththeschoolsvisionandmission
2.Involveinternalandexternalstakeholdersinformulatingandachievingschoolvision,mission,goalsandobjectives
3.Aligngoalsandobjectiveswiththeschoolvisionandmission
4. Communicate theschoolVMGOclearly
5.Explaintheschoolvisiontothegeneralpublic
6.RevisitandensurethatschoolactivitiesarealignedwiththeschoolVMGO

Strand 1.B. Data-based Strategic Planning


At what level do I. . .

7.EstablishE-BEIS/SISandbaselinedataofallperformanceindicators
8.InvolveallinternalandexternalstakeholdersindevelopingSIP/AIP
9.Utilizedata,e.g,E-BEIS/SIS,SBMassessment,TSNA,andstrategicplanninginthedevelopmentofSIP/AIP
10.AligntheSIP/AIPwithnational,regionalandlocaleducationpoliciesandthrusts
11.CommunicateeffectivelySIP/AIPtointernalandexternalstakeholders

Strand 1.C. Problem-Solving


At what level do I. . .
12.Resolveproblemsattheschoollevel
13.Assistteachersandstudentstounderstandproblemsandidentifypossiblesolutions
14.Analyzecause/sofproblemscriticallyandobjectively
15.Addressthecausesoftheproblemratherthanthesymptoms
16.Exploreseveralapproachesinhandlingproblems
17.Demonstrateaproactiveapproachtoproblemsolving

Strand 1.D. Building High Performance Teams


At what level do I. . .
18.Involvestakeholdersinmeetingsanddeliberationsfordecisionmaking
19.Sethighexpectationsandchallenginggoals
20.Provideopportunitiesforgrowthanddevelopmentofmembersasteamplayers
21.Definerolesandfunctionsofeachcommittee
22.Monitorandevaluateaccomplishmentofdifferentcommittees/teams
23.Givefeedbackontheteamsperformanceusingperformancebasedassessmenttool
24.Establishasystemforrewardsandbenefitsforteachersandstaff

Strand 1.E. Coordinating with Others


At what level do I. . .
25.Collaboratewithconcernedstaffontheplanningandimplementationofprogramsandprojects
26.Ensureproperallocationandutilizationofresources(time,fiscal,human,IMS,etc.)
27.Providefeedbackandupdatestostakeholdersonthestatusofprogressandcompletionofprogramsandprojects
28.Mobilizeteachers/staffinsustainingaproject
Strand 1.F. Leading & Managing Change
At what level do I. . .
29.Maintainanopen,positiveandencouragingattitudetowardchange
30.Assistteachersinidentifyingstrengthsandgrowthareasthroughmonitoringandobservation
31.Introduceinnovationsintheschoolprogramtoachievehigherlearningoutcomes
32.MonitorandevaluatetheimplementationofchangeprogramsincludedinSIP/AIP
33.Observeandapplymulti-taskingingivingassignments
34.Advocateandexecuteplansforchangesincludingculturechangeintheworkplace
35.Empowerteachersandpersonneltoidentify,initiateandmanagechanges
DOMAIN 2. INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP
Strand 2.A. Assessment for Learning

At what level do I. . .
36.Managetheprocessesandproceduresinmonitoringstudentachievement
37.Ensureutilizationofarangeofassessmentprocessestoassessstudentperformance
38.Assesstheeffectivenessofcurricular/co-curricularprogramsand/orinstructional strategies
39.Utilizeassessmentresultstoimprovelearning
40.Create&manageaschoolprocesstoensurestudentprogressisconveyedtostudentsandparents/guardiansregularly

Strand 2. B. Developing Programs &/or Adapting Existing Programs


At what level do I. . .
41.Develop/adaptaresearch-basedschoolprogram
42.Assistinimplementinganexisting,coherentandresponsiveschool-widecurriculum
43.Addressdeficienciesandsustainsuccessesofcurrentprogramsincollaborationwithteachersandlearners
44.Developacultureoffunctionalliteracy
Strand 2.C. Implementing Programs for Instructional Improvement
At what level do I. . .
45.ManagetheintroductionofcurriculuminitiativesinlinewithDepEdpolicies(e.g.BEC,Madrasah)
46.Workwithteachersincurriculumreview
47.Enrichcurricularofferingsbasedonlocalneeds
48.Managecurriculuminnovationandenrichmentwiththeuseoftechnology
49.Organizeteamstochampioninstructionalinnovationprogramstowardcurricularresponsiveness

Strand 2.D. Instructional Supervision


At what level do I. . .
50.Prepareandimplementaninstructionalsupervisoryplan
51.ConductInstructionalSupervisionusingappropriatestrategy
52.Evaluatelessonplansaswellasclassroomandlearningmanagement
53.Provideinacollegialmannertimely,accurateandspecificfeedbacktoteachersregardingtheirperformance
54.Provideexperttechnicalassistanceandinstructionalsupporttoteachers
DOMAIN 3. CREATING A STUDENT - CENTERED LEARNING CLIMATE

Strand 3.A. Setting high social & academic expectations


At what level do I. . .
55.Benchmarkschoolperformance
56.Establishandmodelhighsocialandacademicexpectationsforall
57.Createanengaginglearningenvironment
58.Participateinthemanagementoflearnerbehaviorwithintheschoolandotherschoolrelatedactivitiesdoneoutsidetheschool
59.Supportlearnersdesiretopursuefurtherlearning
60.Recognizehighperforminglearnersandteachersandsupportiveparentsandotherstakeholders

Strand 3. B. Creating school environments focused on the needs of the learner


At what level do I. . .
61.Createandsustainasafe,orderly,nurturingandhealthyenvironment
62.Provideenvironmentthatpromotesuseoftechnologyamonglearnersandteachers
DOMAIN 4. HR MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Strand 4.A. Creating a Professional Learning Community


At what level do I. . .

63.Buildacommunityoflearnersamongteachers
64.Assessandanalyzetheneedsandinterestsofteachersandotherschoolpersonnel
65.EnsurethattheSchoolPlanforProfessionalDevelopment(SPPD)emergesfromtheIndividualPlanforProfessionalDevelopment(IPPD
personnelincludedintheSIP/AIP
66.IntegratetheSPPDintheSIP/AIP
67.Mentorandcoachemployeesandfacilitatetheinductionofnewones
68.Recognizepotentialsofstaffandprovideopportunitiesforprofessionaldevelopment
69.Ensurethattheobjectivesoftheschooldevelopmentplanaresupportedwithresourcesfortraininganddevelopmentprograms
70.Prepare,implement,andmonitorschool-basedINSETforallteachingstaffbasedonIPPDsandtheSPPD
71.Monitorandevaluateschool-basedINSETs

Strand 4.B. Recruitment & Hiring


At what level do I. . .
72.Utilizethebasicqualificationstandardsandadheretopertinentpoliciesinrecruitingandhiringteachers/staff
73.CreateandtrainSchoolSelectionandPromotionCommitteeandtrainitsmembers
74.Recommendbetterwaysandmeanstoimproverecruitment,hiringandperformanceappraisalofteachers

Strand 4.C. Managing Performance of Teachers and Staff


At what level do I. . .
75.Assignteachersandotherpersonneltotheirareaofcompetence
76.Assistteachersandstaffinsettingandresettingperformancegoals
77.Monitorandevaluateperformanceofteachingandnon-teachingpersonnelvis-a-vistargets
78.Delegatespecifictaskstohelpmanagetheperformanceofteachingandnon-teachingpersonnel
79.Coachdeputizedstaffasneededonmanagingperformance
80.Createafunctionalschool-basedperformanceappraisalcommittee
81.AssistandmonitorthedevelopmentofIPPDofeachteacher

DOMAIN 5. PARENT INVOLVEMENT & COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP


Strand 5.A. Parental Involvement
At what level do I. . .
82.Establishschoolandfamilypartnershipsthatpromotestudentspeakperformance
83.Organizeprogramsthatinvolveparentsandotherschoolstakeholderstopromotelearning
84.Conductdialogues,fora,trainingofteachers,learnersandparentsonthewelfareandimprovesperformanceoflearners

Strand 5.B. External Community Partnership


At what level do I. . .

85.Promotetheimageoftheschoolthroughschoolsummit,StateoftheSchoolAddress(SOSA)culturalshows,learnersprojec
86.Conductdialoguesandmeetingswithmulti-stakeholdersincraftingprogramsandprojects
87.Participateactivelyincommunityaffairs

88.Establishsustainablelinkages/partnershipwithothersectors,agenciesandNGOsthroughMOA/MOUorusingAdopt-a-Sc

DOMAIN 6. SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS


Strand 6. A. Managing School Operations
At what level do I. . .
89.Managetheimplementation,monitoringandreviewoftheSIP/AIPandotheractionplans
90.Establishandmaintainspecificprogramstomeetneedsofidentifiedtargetgroups
91.Taketheleadinthedesignofaschoolphysicalplantandfacilitiesimprovementplaninconsultationwithanexpert/s
92.Allocate/prioritizefundsforimprovementandmaintenanceofschoolphysicalfacilitiesandequipment
93.Overseeschooloperationsandcareanduseofschoolfacilitiesaccordingtosetguidelines

94.Institutionalizebestpracticesinmanagingandmonitoringschooloperationstherebycreatingasafe,secureandcleanlearn
95.Assign/ hireappropriatesupportpersonneltomanageschooloperations

Strand 6.B. Fiscal Management


At what level do I. . .
96.Prepareafinancialmanagementplan
97.DevelopaschoolbudgetwhichisconsistentwithSIP/AIP
98.Generateandmobilizefinancialresources

99.ManageschoolresourcesinaccordancewithDepEdpoliciesandaccountingandauditingrulesandregulationsandotherpertinentguide
100.Acceptdonations,gifts,bequestsandgrantsinaccordancewithRA9155
101.Manageaprocessfortheregistration,maintenanceandreplacementofschoolassetsanddispositionsofnon-reusableproperties
102.Organizeaprocurementcommitteeandensurethattheofficialprocurementprocessisfollowed
103.UtilizefundsforapprovedschoolprogramsandprojectsasreflectedinSIP/AIP
104.Monitorutilization,recordingandreportingoffunds
105.Accountforschoolfund
106.Preparefinancialreportsandsubmit/communicatethesametohighereducationauthoritiesandothereducationpartners

Strand 6.C. Use of Technology in the Management of Operations


At what level do I. . .
107.ApplyInformationTechnology(IT)plansforonlinecommunication

108.UseITtofacilitatetheoperationalizationoftheschoolmanagementsystem(e.g.schoolinformationsystem,studenttrackingsystem,pe

109.UseITtoaccessTeacherSupportMaterials(TSM),LearningsupportMaterials(LSM)andassessmenttoolsinaccordancewiththeguid
110.Sharewithotherschoolheadstheschoolsexperienceintheuseofnewtechnology

DOMAIN 7. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL ATTRIBUTES AND INTERPERSONAL EFFECTIVENES


Strand 7.A. Professionalism
At what level do I. . .
111.Manifestgenuineenthusiasmandprideinthenobilityoftheteachingprofession

112.Observeanddemonstratedesirablepersonalandprofessional(RA6713&CodeofEthicsRA7836)behaviorslikerespect,honesty,d
othersatalltimes
113.Maintainharmoniousrelationswithsuperiors,colleagues,subordinates,learners,parentsandotherstakeholders

114.Endorseappointments,promotionsandtransfersonthebasesofmeritandneedsintheinterestoftheservice
115.Maintaingoodreputationwithrespecttofinancialmatterssuchasthesettlementofdebts,loansandotherfinancialaffairs

116.Developprogramsandprojectsforcontinuingpersonalandprofessionaldevelopmentincludingmoralrecoveryandvaluesformationam

Strand 7.B. Communication


At what level do I. . .
117.Communicateeffectivelytostaffandotherstakeholdersinbothoralandwrittenforms

118.Listentostakeholdersneedsandconcernsandrespondappropriatelyinconsiderationofthepolitical,social,legalandculturalcontext

Strand 7.C. Interpersonal Sensitivity


At what level do I. . .
119.Interactappropriatelywithavarietyofaudiences
120.Demonstrateabilitytoempathizewithothers

Strand 7.D. Fairness, Honesty & Integrity


At what level do I. . .
121.ObserveAwardSystemandasystemofassistanceforteachersstafftosustainintegrity,honestyandfairnessinallschoolpractices
122.Demonstrateintegrity,honestyandfairnessinallhis/herdealingsandtransactions
123.Makeindividualsaccountablefortheiractions

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SUMMARY OF RESULTS (NCBSSH-TDNA)


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S1.C
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Domains and Strands


DOMAIN 1. SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
Strand 1.A. Developing & Communicating Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives (VMGO)
Strand 1.B. Data-based Strategic Planning

Total
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S4.A

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Strand 1.C. Problem-Solving


Strand 1.D. Building High Performance Teams
Strand 1.E. Coordinating with Others
Strand 1.F. Leading & Managing Change
DOMAIN 2. INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP
Strand 2.A. Assessment for Learning
Strand 2. B. Developing Programs &/or Adapting Existing Programs
Strand 2.C. Implementing Programs for Instructional Improvement
Strand 2.D. Instructional Supervision
DOMAIN 3. CREATING A STUDENT - CENTERED LEARNING CLIMATE
Strand 3.A. Setting high social & academic expectations
Strand 3. B. Creating school environments focused on the needs of the learner
DOMAIN 4. HR MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Strand 4.A. Creating a Professional Learning Community
Strand 4.B. Recruitment & Hiring
Strand 4.C. Managing Performance of Teachers and Staff
DOMAIN 5. PARENT INVOLVEMENT & COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
Strand 5.A. Parental Involvement
Strand 5.B. External Community Partnership
DOMAIN 6. SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS
Strand 6. A. Managing School Operations
Strand 6.B. Fiscal Management
Strand 6.C. Use of Technology in the Management of Operations
DOMAIN 7. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL ATTRIBUTES AND INTERPERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Strand 7.A. Professionalism
Strand 7.B. Communication
Strand 7.C. Interpersonal Sensitivity

Strand 7.D. Fairness, Honesty & Integrity

D2

D3

D4

D5

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Total D2
S3.A
S3.B
Total D3
S4.A
S4.B
S4.C
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S5.B
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Domain 1

Domain 7
PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL
ATTRIBUTES and
INTERPERSONAL
EFFECTIVENESS
Professionalism
Communication
InterpersonalSensitivity
Fairness,HonestyandIntegrity

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
Developing&CommunicatingVision,Mission,Goals,
andObjectives(VMGO)
Data-basedStrategicPlanning
Problem-Solving
BuildingHighPerformanceTeams
CoordinatingwithOthers
LeadingandManagingChange

Domain 6
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AND
OPERATIONS
ManagingSchoolOperations
FiscalManagement
UseoftechnologyintheManagementof
Operations

Domain 5
PARENT INVOLVEMENT AND
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

ParentalInvolvement
ExternalCommunityPartnership

CORE PRINCIPLE

Schoolheadsarecompetent,
committedandaccountablein
providingaccesstoqualityand
relevanteducationforallthrough
transformationalleadershipandhigh
degreeofprofessionalism

Domain 2
INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHI
AssessmentforLearning
DevelopingPrograms&/orAdaptingExistin
Programs
Implementing Programs forInstructional
Improvement
InstructionalSupervision

Domain 3
CREATING A STUDENT
CENTERED LEARNING CLIMA
Settinghighsocial&academicexpectation
Creatingschoolenvironmentsfocusedont
needsofthelearner

Domain 4
HR MANAGEMENT AND
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CreatingaProfessionalLearningCommunity
RecruitmentandHiring
ManagingPerformanceofTeachersandStaff

in 2
RUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP
mentforLearning
ngPrograms&/orAdaptingExisting
s
nting Programs forInstructional
ment
onalSupervision

in 3
TING A STUDENT
ERED LEARNING CLIMATE
ighsocial&academicexpectations
schoolenvironmentsfocusedonthe
thelearner

D
LOPMENT
Community

ersandStaff