Recommended Focus:
Get Into Feedback Conversations!

You’re in the Conversations Stage—moving to a higher level of performance in this stage will maximize your impact on student learning.

Here are the levels of performance in this stage—what rings true for you? 

Level 4: I differentiate my feedback conversations using the boss (directive), coach (reflective), or leader (reflexive) roles depending on each teacher’s needs, always sharing my written evidence immediately 

Level 3: I share my written evidence with the teacher immediately, and have an evidence-based feedback conversation on the spot or soon after my visit 

Level 2: I give teachers written feedback from my informal visits, without having a conversation 

Level 1: I give teachers feedback only in the annual evaluation process or when I see something out of the ordinary 

These descriptions are taken from our High-Performance Instructional Leadership Roadmap—download and print a copy to guide your growth as an instructional leader:

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