A Model for School Leaders to Build an Effective Instructional Program
onus for having a coherent instructional system lies with the leadership of a
school and with the leadership of the district. The System for Effective School
Instruction (SESI) aligns with the Georgia's Systems of Continuous Improvement structures that are
most relevant to assessment, curriculum and instruction. SESI provides a model
system intended for use by leaders and/or leadership teams in schools that do
not have a system for instruction, or have a system that needs improvement.
Do you have an instructional system? How do you define instructional system?
The System for Effective School Instruction Self-Assessment Checklist is for school leaders to conduct a needs assessment of current instructional processes. Using the assessment data, schools will develop, implement, monitor, and support processes for their instructional system.
System for Effective School Instruction Self-Assessment Checklist
Click on the graphic to access the model instructional system in its entirety.
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