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EdS ELCC Student POST-Survey

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Collector: EdS ELCC Stude...omfield Hills (Web Link)
Started: Sunday, May 15, 2016 10:55:45 PM
Last Modified: Monday, May 16, 2016 12:07:06 AM
Time Spent: 01:11:20
IP Address: 99.119.234.78

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Q1: Please enter your first and last name

Thomas DeGrand

Q2: Gender

Male

Q3: Year in which your program started

2014

Q4: Which describes your current status

Teacher Leader

PAGE 2: Standard 1.0 School Vision

Q5: I understand and can collaboratively develop,


articulate, implement, and steward a shared vision of
learning.

Developing

Q6: I understand and can collect and use data to identify


school goals, assess organizational effectiveness, and
implement plans to achieve school goals.

Developing

Q7: I understand and can promote continual and


sustainable school improvement.

Developing

Q8: I understand and can evaluate school progress and


revise school plans supported by school stakeholders.

Developing

Q9: I understand and can promote the effective use of


technology in establishing, implementing, evaluating,
and improving a shared vision of learning.

Developing

PAGE 3: Standard 2.0 School Culture

Q10: I understand and can sustain a school culture and


instructional program conducive to student learning
through collaboration, trust, and a personalized learning
environment with high expectations for students.

Developing

Q11: I understand and can create and evaluate a


comprehensive, rigorous, and coherent curricular and
instructional school program.

Developing

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Q12: I understand hiring practices of qualified and


appropriate certification areas, foster, develop, and
supervise the instructional and leadership capacity of
school staff.

Beginning

Q13: I understand and can promote the most effective


and appropriate technologies to support teaching and
learning in a school environment.

Exemplary

PAGE 4: Standard 3.0 School Management of Organization, Operation, and Resources

Q14: I understand and can monitor and evaluate teacher


instruction, school management and operational
systems.

Beginning

Q15: I understand and can efficiently use human, fiscal,


and technological resources to manage school
operations.

Beginning

Q16: I understand and can promote school-based


policies and procedures that protect the welfare and
safety of students and staff within the school.

Developing

Q17: I understand and can develop school capacity for


distributed leadership.

Developing

Q18: I understand and can ensure teacher and


organizational time focuses on supporting high-quality
school instruction and student learning.

Proficient

PAGE 5: Standard 4.0 School Collaboration with Faculty, Community Members, Family

Q19: I understand and can collaborate with faculty and


community members by collecting and analyzing
information pertinent to the improvement of the school's
educational environment.

Developing

Q20: I understand and can mobilize community


resources by promoting an understanding, appreciation,
and use of diverse cultural, social, and intellectual
resources within the school community.

Beginning

Q21: I understand and can respond to community


interests and needs by building and sustaining positive
school relationships with families and caregivers.

Exemplary

Q22: I understand and can respond to community


interests and needs by building and sustaining
productive school relationships with community
partners.

Beginning

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Q23: I understand and can promote the effective use of


technology in collaborating with faculty and community
members, responding to diverse community interests
and needs, and mobilizing community resources.

Developing

PAGE 6: Standard 5.0 School Ethics, Integrity, Fairness, Practice

Q24: I understand and can act with integrity and fairness


to ensure a school system of accountability for every
student's academic and social success.

Exemplary

Q25: I understand and can model principles of selfawareness, reflective practice, transparency, and ethical
behavior as related to their roles within the school.

Exemplary

Q26: I understand and can safeguard the values of


democracy, equity, and diversity within the school.

Proficient

Q27: I understand and can evaluate the potential moral


and legal consequences of decision-making in the
school.

Developing

Q28: I understand and can promote social justice within


the school to ensure that individual student needs
inform all aspects of schooling.

Developing

PAGE 7: Standard 6.0 School Success of Every Student

Q29: I understand and can advocate for school students,


families, and caregivers.

Proficient

Q30: I understand and can act to influence local, district,


state, and national decisions affecting student learning
in a school environment.

Developing

Q31: I understand and can anticipate and assess


emerging trends and initiatives in order to adapt schoolbased leadership strategies.

Developing

PAGE 8: Standard 7.0 Internship Experience

Q32: How effective were you at fulfilling the goals


identified in your Internship Plan?

3 Effective

Q33: How reliable and efficient were you in completing


the tasks and responsibilities outlined in your
Internship/Field Experience Log?

5 Highly Effective

Q34: How open and self-aware were you in


communicating progress and accomplishments, as well
as problems and concerns with your mentor?

3 Effective

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Q35: How prepared do you feel you are for assuming a


building-level administrative position?

5 Very Ready

Q36: Please add any additional comments about your internship experiences and skillfulness in this standard.
While I only reached 50% of my goals (7 out of 14), a few of the goals that I did not reach were out of my control.
Someday, I would love to see school districts give aspiring principals a year leave to complete a one-year internship.
This would allow the intern a full experience without the demands of teaching on top of it. After the year, the intern
could return back to the classroom or take on an administrative position within the district, if available. Clearly, this
presents a financial issue for districts; however, it may be worth the investment to develop highly trained administrators.
(A district could put a stipulation in the agreement that the teacher would have to stay in the district a minimum of 2-3
years after the internship. If no administrative position opened up during that time, the teacher would have the ability to
seek positions outside of the district.)

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