SBL Implementation Sample – School

School Case Study

Case Study – Hall STEAM High School Implementation Plan

GOAL: Have structures in place to guarantee all students learn and achieve.

Summer 2019

  • Professional Development with Dr. Warrick
    • Safe & Collaborative Schools 
    • New Art and Science of Teaching (NASOT)

Fall 2019

  • Level 1 Survey of teachers
  • Leadership team works to narrow focus of NASOT elements
  • Teachers within content areas identify priority standards for proficiency scales
  • Many teachers are well immersed in the development of proficiency scales/others are new to the process

Spring 2020

  • Community data for Level 1

Summer 2020

  • Professional Development with Dr. Warrick 
    • NASOT
    • Proficiency Scales
    • Common Formative Assessments.

Fall 2020

  • Level 1 baseline surveys
  • Analyze and work on data
  • Submitted for Level 1 certification C
  • Continuing to move forward on Level 2 work
    • Baseline surveys for Level 2
    • Analyze and work on data for Level 2
  • Teachers begin work for High Reliability Teacher (HRT) certification

Winter 2020

  • Continued work on Level 2 
  • Submitted mid-January
  • Weekly work by teachers on HRT program
  • Level 2 achieved end of February

Spring/Summer 2021

PLC Process

Focusing on connecting evaluation with NASOT

Level 3- Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum

Continued work with Proficiency Scales     (page 66 Transform Schools)


Common Formative Assessments

Data to Target Interventions

Level 4- Standards Reference Reporting

            Proficiency Scales

            Student Goals

Level 5- Competency Based Education

THROUGHOUT ENTIRE PROCESS, Professional Learning Community work is embedded

Level 1:

1.1- Focus on Faculty Perception

1.2- Focus on Students, Parents, and Community Perception

1.3- Faculty in Decision Making Process

1.4- Collaboration

1.5-Faculty has Input

1.6- Students, Parents, and Community Input

1.7- Acknowledge Success

1.8- Fiscal Soundness

Pre and Post Surveys using Google Forms

Prove and Improve

QR Codes for Input

Quick Data- pages 33-34 HRS book

PLC Process is HUGE

            Master Scheduling

            Specific Training


            Protected Time

Level 2:

2.1- Vision

2.2- Teacher Growth Goals

2.3- Instructional Practices Monitored

2.4- Clear, Ongoing Evaluations

2.5- Professional Development

2.6- Opportunity to Observe Effective Teaching

School Resources to Meet Level 2

Model of Instruction- New Art and Science Of Teaching

Common Language Across School

HRT Opportunity for Teachers

Walk-Thru Form

Feedback- John Hattie

TESS Rubric/EdReflect


Instructional Rounds

Pre/Post Surveys

Quick Data pages 53-55 HRS book

New Art and Science of Teaching

  • 3 categories
  • 10 design areas
  • 43 elements
  • Teacher autonomy within strategies
  • Compendium
  • Adopted as Instructional Model
  • Teachers studied 43 elements and narrowed down current focus to four elements

Professional Learning Communities

  • Fundamental Work
  • Buy-In Across School
  • Team Structures
  • Protected Time
  • Norms
  • SMART Goals (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Timely)
  • Monitor
  • Celebrate