Presentation on theme: "Legislation passed in October 2009 established a Teacher Education And Mentoring Program."— Presentation transcript:
Legislation passed in October 2009 established a Teacher Education And Mentoring Program.
TEAM Mission … to promote excellence, equity and high achievement for Connecticut students by engaging teachers in purposeful exploration of professional practice through guided support and personal reflection.
TEAM Players Beginning teachers holding an initial, interim initial or 90 day certificate.
A professional growth model aligned with five domains of the Common Core of Teaching (CCT). The Design
Connecticut Common Core of Teaching TEAM Modules Domain 1. Content and Essential SkillsEMBEDDED Domain 2. Classroom Environment, Student Engagement and Commitment to Learning MODULE 1 Domain 3. Planning for Active LearningMODULE 2 Domain 4. Instruction for Active LearningMODULE 3 Domain 5. Assessment for LearningMODULE 4 Domain 6. Professional Responsibilities and Teacher Leadership MODULE 5
The essence of the module process is to explore professional practice, apply new learning and analyze its impact on teaching and student performance. 6
Explore a professional growth goal Participate in professional growth activities Try new learning in the classroom Analyze the impact on student performance Submit a Reflection Paper documenting learning and impact on practice and students
Supporting Beginning Teachers Mentors District Administrators District Team Coordination Committees Professional Organizations Regional Education Service Centers (RESCs) CT Department of Education (CSDE)
I thought this program was an excellent way to encourage new teachers to reflect on their practices and make positive changes in the classroom that will lead to improved student achievement. (Mentor- Pilot 2010)0
Working on this module has been an eye opening experience... I will never look at lesson planning the same again... By differentiating the process (grouping) and product (activities) I am able to provide support for my lower groups and challenge my advanced group. While this module may be complete, my learning has just begun. (Beginning Teacher Pilot 2010)