The SERP Internal Coherence Team works with Clovis Unified School District and Central Valley Educational Leadership Institute (CVELI)
Becky Douglas - Temperance-Kutner Elementary School
Q: Please tell us about the work you have done with Internal Coherence
Q: Could you talk how that psychological safety was created?
Q: How have you thought about instructional improvement in the past and what has shifted in the way you think about it now?
Q: You said in the past you would bring something back and hope that the teachers would take it on. How is it different now?
Q: How has the concept of accountability changed?
Q: What was the kind of data had you looked at and talked about in the past, and how have your views shifted?
Ellen Youssef - Miramonte Elementary School
Q: What are the shifts, if any, in your thinking and practice that have stemmed from your Internal Coherence work?
Q: How do you think your Internal Coherence work will impact your instructional rounds practice when you start to go into each other’s classrooms?
The Internal Coherence Assessment and Protocol was developed by a team consisting of Richard Elmore, Michelle Forman, Elizabeth Leisy Stosich, and Candice Bocala.
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