Securing Accountability

School leaders work to secure accountability in a number of ways, including

  • building a shared vision for technology-enabled learning and teaching for deeper learning
  • regularly engaging staff in analyzing data on learning progress and engagement of all students
  • promoting collective responsibility and accountability for student achievement and well-being (e.g., to raise expectations for valuable, higher-order skills like critical thinking, communication, collaboration, etc.)
  • making explicit connections between school/system goals and ministry goals.


Aligning Professional Learning with School Goals
How might the role of the principal support a focus on learning how to learn and, in particular, support a focus on understanding what the change in pedagogy over time looks like in a classroom?
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