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SamTastic Weekly Tip: 3/30/15 - Take a look at your instructional time data

Take a look at your instructional time data for three staff members your SAM team believe are not improving.


Then, click the frequency button and ask these questions:


1. Is frequency of interaction good?


2. Is there a relationship between the four kinds of observation and three kinds of feedback?

3. Who else is trying to help?

4. What haven’t you tried yet?

TimeTrack is structured to provide a running record of your instructional leadership work. It is most effective when the SAM team uses the charts to be reflective and actively contemplate new approaches to improve teaching practice.

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