Instructional Leadership Academy Learning Outcomes

Year 1

Instructional Conferencing: Candidates effectively conduct instructional conferences characterized by building rapport, appropriate use of coaching stances, communicating a clear purpose, using low inference data to establish a mirror, guiding teachers in the analysis of their practice and co-creating action plan to address the area of need.

Instructional Conferencing, Equity: Candidates effectively conduct instructional conferences characterized by building rapport, appropriate use of coaching stances, communicating a clear purpose, using low inference data focused on equity to establish a mirror, guiding teachers in the analysis of their practice and co-creating action plan to address the area of need.

Facilitation: Candidates can facilitate group learning arcs as characterized by a collegial culture, developing shared understanding, effective use of facilitation tools and techniques, and implementation of the Community of Practice framework.

Action Research: Candidates begin to develop an Action Researcher’s Mindset by synthesizing literature and developing a theory of action around their learning arc

Year 2

Action Research: Candidates begin to develop an Action Researcher’s Mindset by defining a problem of practice, synthesizing literature, developing a theory of action, constructing an intervention, collecting data, analyzing data, and coming to conclusions and implications for future practice.

Year 3

Instructional Conferencing, Equity: Candidates effectively conduct instructional conferences characterized by building rapport, appropriate use of coaching stances, communicating a clear purpose, using low inference data to establish a mirror, guiding teachers in the analysis of their practice relative to a shared model of teaching, and co-creating action plan to address the area of need.

Action Research: Candidates integrate an Action Researcher’s Mindset to their work by synthesizing research and best practices into a theory of action, implementing that theory of action, analyzing the results, and reflecting on the implications for future practice.

Reach Institute Master’s Graduate Profile (Institutional Learning Outcomes, ILOs):

Reach graduates combine research and practice to take effective action in the service of educational equity.

Toward this end, they are able to:
O1. Inquiry: Identify problem of practice, gather information, develop and execute an action plan, analyze results, reflect on implications for future practice
O2. Equity Orientation: Take action to address situational and systemic inequity in education
O3. Integration into Practice: Apply that which they have learned and integrate it into their practice
O4. Collaboration: Interact around research problems and increase each other’s knowledge of the research related to their projects
O5. Commitment: Demonstrate a commitment to creating and sustaining urban schools

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