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This crosswalk aligns relevant OLAC / OIP module materials to each standard and each standard element within the Ohio Principal Standards. Principals will be referenced to OLAC Modules that can support them through the process of the Ohio Principal Evaluation System. In addition, the tool features focusing questions that a superintendent/evaluator can use to guide constructive interactions with principals about needed support.
Standard Four (Learning): Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
The effective educational leader fosters an environment of effective and rigorous personalized instruction by ensuring each student has equitable access to teachers, leaders and learning supports.
ODE Essential Question for the Standard: Do I work to ensure all students are receiving a quality education that addresses needs and celebrates strengths?
OLAC Focusing Questions for Principals’ Self-Reflection: By Standard-
Would I benefit from learning more about ways to ensure that each student in my school has access to effective curriculum, instruction, assessment, and learning supports? Resources include:
Would I like to know more about how to conduct needs assessments and equity audits? Resources include:
Would I like to know more about the assets-based approach to education? Resources include:
- OLAC Learning Program Series: Culturally Responsive Practice
- Digital Promise: Asset Mapping: A Guide for Education Innovation Clusters
- University of Memphis Engaged Scholar Series: Module 4: Comparison Between Asset and Deficit Based Approaches
OLAC Focusing Questions for Principals’ Self-Reflection: By Indicator-
4.2: The effective educational leader ensures that each student has equitable access to effective teachers, challenging learning opportunities, educational resources and social support.
Could I expand my leadership expertise by learning about ways to prioritize equitable student access to challenging, inclusive, and engaging curriculum, instruction, and social supports?
Would I benefit from learning more about strategies for preventing academic failure?
- OLAC Module: Curriculum
- U.S. Department of Education: Evidence Based Practices in School Improvement: Five Profiles of Promising Practices (2016)
- National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP): Access to High-Quality Early Education
- American Institutes for Research (AIR): Safe, Supportive, and Successful Schools: Step-by-Step (2004)
- Competency Works: In Pursuit of Equality: A Framework for Equity Strategies in Competency-Based Education (2017)
Download Crosswalk Professional Development Plan
Consider using this to fulfill your individual professional development plan (IPDP) to be approved by your Regional Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC).