Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC) Website. OLAC's six-pillared Ohio Leadership Development Framework provided the tenets on which the Ohio Improvement Process was developed, as well as all components of the website. This website currently (March 2012) provides, among other resources, the following: a self-assessment tool for individuals and collaborative teams, a Facilitation Toolkit, 17 research-based training modules, Module User's Guide and a Module Crosswalk aligning the OIP, Race to the Top and SIG. In addition, seven additional modules will be added by late summer (2012), including one supporting Teacher Based Teams and one training module for each stage of the Ohio Improvement Process. This website serves as Ohio's leadership and continuous improvement tool for all school districts and community schools statewide, as well as provides higher education course curriculum for both education pre-service and graduate levels. In short, the site will sustain the past 5 years' extensive professional development on effective leadership at all levels.
OHIO 5-STEP TBT PROCESS INVENTORY AND FACILITATION NEXT STEPS (PDF)
Teacher Based Team Checklist (PDF)
Teacher Based Team Cogs (PDF)
Decision Framework Flow Chart (PDF)
Teacher Based Teams 5 steps Template (PDF)
Building Leadership Team (BLT) Effectiveness Survey (PDF)
Teacher Based Teams (TBT) Conditions Inventory & Facilitation Next Steps (PDF)
Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) Implementation Criteria & Rubric (PDF)
Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) Graphic (PDF)
(OIP) Systems, Structures and Suppports (PDF)
District Leadership Team (DLT) Effectiveness Survey (PDF)
Implementation Conversation PLC Session Recording - Adaptive leadership: Discovering your strengths (January 2012). Dr. Rose Wan-Mui Chu will present an overview of how Minnesota is approaching its evidence-based practices scale up work. Having been a systems engineer, Dr. Chu has a fresh perspective of education and systems change. She’ll share the challenges they are experiencing in realizing their vision, and describe how policy level change impacts the practice level (school, teacher, student, community, business, etc.). We hope you can join us for this meeting.
Now discover your strengths. (2001) Authors, Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton
"Making Yourself Indispensable" Harvard Business Review, October 2011.
Collective Impact, Standford, By John Kania & Mark Kramer
Complementary Learning - Harvard Family Research, Heather B. Weiss, Director
Fullan, M. (2011). Choosing the wrong drivers for whole system reform. Centre for Strategic Education Seminar Series Paper No. 204. Melbourne: Centre for Strategic Education.
How the worlds most improved school systems keep getting better. November 2010. By Mona Mourshed, Chinezi Chijioke, and Michael Barber
How the world’s best-performing schools come out on top. McKinsey on Society, September 2007.
Waters, T., Marzano, R. J., & McNulty, B. (2003). Balanced Leadership: What 30 Years of Research Tells Us about the Effect of Leadership on Student Achievement.
SESSION RECORDING (Nov. 2011) Implementation Conversations Discussion on Walters, Marzano, McNulty article.
Supporting Administrators in the implementation of Response to Intervention (PPT, 4/2011). Steve Goodman, Ph.D., MiBLSi.
The Work of Leadership [Heifetz, R.A. & Laurie, D.L., Harvard Business Review, December 1, 2001] May be purchased at link.
Review of The Work of Leadership by Heifetz & Laurie [Welsh NHS Confederation]
Adaptive Strategy [Heifetz, R.A. & Laurie, D.L., Executive Excellence, December 1998]
Evaluation of the State Program Improvement Grant (SIG) Program: Final Report [PDF, December 2007, Fiore, T.A., Munk, T.E. & Langham, A., Westat; Magliocca, L.A., Ohio State University] Includes a systems change model & an elegant way of designating outcomes as robust, solid, probable & possible. Outcome evidence is provided to support the categorization of the outcomes. There is also a very interesting section on administrative leadership. Please note that this is a SIG rather than SPDG report. As such, some of the outcomes are a bit dated (e.g., participation in assessment) given the passage of NCLB.