Develop a rationale behind your strategies and articulate your thinking by generating an evidence-based story that explains the specific changes you intend to make to improve teaching and learning.
School leaders must have a clear idea of what good instruction looks like. In order to have a lasting impact, instructional leaders must also know why they make certain instructional decisions over others.
The Creating a Theory of Action Tool helps educators develop a rationale behind the strategies they choose and articulate the thinking behind their decisions.
This 10-page tool will also help to:
- Develop a well-elaborated conception of the problem or situation for students, teachers and leaders that motivates their actions in the first place
- Make your leadership the core of the theory of action
- Create an evidence-based rationale for all parts of the theory
- Identify the supports needed to make the identified changes in principal practice
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