Bi-annual and Quarterly Reviews
At bi-annual and quarterly reviews (audits) SpringBoard coaches share implementation progress reports with key district leaders to help inform program monitoring and decision making.
A SpringBoard coach conducts electronic classroom walkthroughs within and across sites using SpringBoard walkthrough tools and rubrics. The coach provides a general report to district leaders, which identifies levels of implementation as well as best practices and gaps observed. Together with district personnel, the coach will debrief and facilitate the development of an ongoing implementation plan to address identified issues and concerns. The coach will return to observe and identify progress against implementation goals.
Bi-annual Reviews consist of two (2) one-day visits by a SpringBoard coach. Each day of the review, the SpringBoard coach will visit four to five schools.
Quarterly Reviews consist of four (4) one-day visits by a SpringBoard coach. Each day of the review, the SpringBoard coach will visit four to five schools.
Attendees should include a district representative (instructional coach, curriculum coordinator, or SpringBoard Coordinator) and the supervising administrator at each visited site.
Side by Side Coaching
The Side by Side Coaching session is designed to build district- and school-level capacity to identify and improve instructional fidelity. A SpringBoard coach will conduct collaborative classroom walkthroughs with district- or school-based leaders to improve their abilities to monitor and guide implementation using SpringBoard walkthrough tools and rubrics. The coach will debrief by guiding the leader through a self-assessment of the observations to identify implementation strengths and areas for improvement.
A Side by Side Coaching Session consists of a minimum of one (1) session with up to five (5) school site visits in a given day.
Attendees should include district coaches, instructional coaches, the SpringBoard Coordinator, and school-based administrators.
Establishing Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) Workshop for Leaders
This session is focused on instructional leadership, guides participants through the four basic elements of professional learning communities. District curriculum leaders, school administrators, & instructional coaches will learn to set up norms and expectations, identify instructional targets, lead a common scoring, and use student data to inform instruction. Participants will leave with the tools and processes for building capacity to sustain ongoing professional learning communities in their schools.
This workshop consists of one(1) six-hour day.
Attendees should include district curriculum leaders, school administrators, & instructional coaches.