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Washington Central Supervisory Union 32

  • In the table below is a detailed timeline for the development of the Implementation Plan to support the Washington Central Student Learning Outcomes.  To the right of each step is a link to the documents that are examples of our work.  This table is outlined in alignment of Curtis and City's Strategy in Action and the chapter and page numbers reference their book.

     1) Understanding the current work (Chapter 1)  
    Brainstorm current initiatives p. 26 Initiative Mapping Summary Chart - A relative list of initiatives as of June 2016 that were assessed based on the signs of a strategy rubric and then a weighting factor was applied based on the number of grade levels it would affect. Note the numbers are just a way to rank the initiatives across the system.
    Grade Initiatives p. 30  
    Sort into Areas p. 29  
    Signs of Success p. 40 Signs of Strategy Rubric - This a rubric to determine if the strategy either is or as the potential to have the greatest affect on student learning.  It is taken from Curtis and City's book, Strategy in Action, page 3, Harvard Press, 2012

    Also see the initiative reflections by the Leadership Team 
     2) Build a Team to do the Work (Chapter 2)  
    Analyze the team members p 48 It was determined the Washington Central Leadership Team would be the group to design the plan with feedback from teachers to help us design it.
    Norms  p.  50 - 51  
    Structures p. 53 Leadership team meetings
    Capacity  p.57  
    Accountability p.59 This web site and reports to school boards
     3)  Data Review - Id the problems and opportunities (Chapter 3)  
    What we count? (student data) and Staff attendance data p. 73 See the data packet
    What we see?  (supervision and evaluation data) p. 75 See the data packet
    What we hear? (climate data) p. 74  See the data packet
    What are the key areas to focus on? p. 81 - 91  See the leadership team conclusions
     4)  Vision - Assess  p.96-97 (Chapter 4)  See the WCSU Student Learning Outcomes
     5) Theory of Action p. 114- 129 (Chapter 5) See the Theory of Action page
    Identify Major Strategic Objectives p.  116 - 129  
    Map strategic objectives with a Theory of Action p. 130 - 132 See each of the Strategic Objectives Development pages:  Assessment, Instruction and Intervention, Learning Targets
    Assess Ease of Impact p. 132 - 134  
    Synergy between and within objectives p.134 - 135  
    Pacing and Sequencing p. 135 - 136  
    Vet the strategies with the sign of a strategy rubic p. 137 - 140 & 40  
     6)  Implementation (Chapter 6)  
    Determine which initiatives to Start, Stop or continue from our current practice p. 149  
    Determine the logic model for each Strategic Objective p. 156 See the logic model for each objective: Assessment, Instruction and Intervention, Learning Targets
    Develop a work plan for each Objective p. 163  
    Determine roles and owners for action within work plans p 163  
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