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Quality Review: OECE Self Reflection

Guidance for completing this reflection: It may be helpful to have the complete Quality Review rubric on hand while you complete this reflection. If applicable, you should feel free to include teachers, education directors, or other staff members in this reflection. As you consider the reflection questions, you should compile pieces of supporting evidence or artifacts as applicable (e.g. lesson plans, student work). Be honest, reflective, and analytical when completing this reflection. It is designed to help you and OECE support staff move your site forward; it is not evaluative. Whenever possible, give concrete evidence and examples to illustrate the questions. Focus your responses on how beliefs and practices at your site impact student learning and teacher practice. You are welcome, but not required, to attach evidence (e.g. student work, teacher lesson plans) to your self reflection. 1.2 PEDAGOGY: Develop teacher pedagogy from a coherent set of beliefs about how students learn best, and ensure that it is: aligned to the curriculum, engaging, and differentiated to enable all students to produce meaningful work products How do you think young children learn best?

How is this belief about how young children learn best reflected in classrooms and teacher practice? 1.1 CURRICULUM: Design engaging, rigorous and coherent curricula, including the Arts, for a variety of learners and aligned to key State standards What types of learning experiences do children engage in on a daily basis? How, if at all, does

your site (including you, teachers, paraprofessionals, etc.) use standards and performance tasks in your instruction? 2.2 ASSESSMENT: Align assessments to curriculum, use on-going assessment practices, and analyze information on student learning outcomes to adjust instructional decisions at the team and classroom level What types of assessments do you use? How do you use them? What types of screenings do you use? How do you use them? 1.3 ORGANIZATION: Make strategic organizational decisions to support the schools instructional goals and meet student learning needs evidenced by meaningful student
work products

How, if at all, do you facilitate collaboration among your staff? What do you focus on in these efforts? How do you determine the budget for the year?

4.1 PROFESSIONAL GROWTH: Use the observation of classroom teaching and the analysis of learning outcomes to elevate school-wide instructional practices and implement strategies that promote professional growth and reflection, with a special focus on new teachers What are some of the greatest strengths and areas for growth in your teachers? How do you know? What types of professional development do you provide teachers? How does that development relate to

their classroom practice?