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1 WELCOME ! BTSA Induction Program Orientation Please visit the refreshment table and complete Packet C

2  LAUSD Classroom or Qualifying Charter School Teacher  Holder of a California Preliminary Teaching Credential BTSA Eligibility

3 Agenda General Session Norms, Outcomes, Connector Program Rationale Dispositions/Expectations Program Requirements Tools for Success Next Steps Professional Development Session Optional Early Completion Session

4 Early Completion Option (ECO) Eligibility Experience as a teacher of record Intern experience or Two or more years teaching experience Fulltime assignment with LAUSD or qualifying Charter School Submission of Application Attendance – Orientation/Informational Session

5 Collaborative Norms 1. Equity of Voice 2. Active Listening 3. Respect for ALL Perspectives 4. Safety and Confidentiality

6 Outcomes Participants will be able to: Identify initial steps as a program participant Identify themselves as part of a learning community Recognize resources to support successful completion of Induction Program

7 Connector K-W-L What I Already Know About BTSA? What I Want to Know About BTSA?

8 Program Rationale What is Induction? Phase of Teacher Development Period of Socialization & Enculturation A Formal Program for Beginning Teachers

9 Role of Support Provider Ongoing support Average of 8 hours/month Provides assistance & guidance throughout the formative assessment process (FACT) Model & encourage collaboration and reflection as key elements in both student and adult learning

10 Video Clip Teacher Induction in Action

11 Program Rationale Why Induction? Increase student learning, especially among traditionally underserved student populations Improved teaching performance New professional norms of collaboration and life-long learning To support teaching and learning

12 What Does Induction Look Like? California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP) 1. Engaging and Supporting All Students in Learning 2. Creating and Maintaining Effective Environments for Student Learning 3. Understanding and Organizing Subject Matter for Student Learning 4. Planning Instruction and Designing Learning Experiences for All Students 5. Assessing Students for Learning 6. Developing as a Professional Educator Induction Standards 5 and 6 Effective Teaching Standard 5: Pedagogy Standard 6: Universal Access: Equity for All Students Teaching English Learners Teaching Special Populations

13 Dispositions It is the expectation of the LAUSD BTSA Induction Program that all participants reflect and support effective teaching and learning by: Fully attending all required components Arriving to expected events on time Being actively engaged with full focus

14 Program Requirements BTSA Participants Year 1 and Year 2: Refer to your brochure

15 Timeline RequirementDue Date OrientationAugust or September or October Fall SeminarOctober or November Context for Teaching/Assessment of Teaching Practice (CFT/ATP) Partial Submission On or Before December 2, 2011: 2.1 – 2.5 By January 31, 2011: 2.6 – 2.11 Mid-Year Support & AdvisementJanuary or February (Cross-Cultural Community Information 2.8a) Submission of Individualized Induction Plan (IIP) Cells 1-4 On or Before February 24, 2012 LAUSD SurveySpring Spring SeminarMarch or April State SurveySpring Inquiry CompletionEarly May Portfolio Review/Summary of Teaching PracticeMay Completion DateJune 15, 2012

16 BTSA Alignment to District’s Core Beliefs

17 Core Belief #1: “Start With Students” English Language Learner/Standard English Learner (ELL/SEL) Induction Standard 6a: Universal Access: Teaching English Learners “Participating teachers instruct English Learners using adopted standards-aligned instructional materials.” State requires evidence of growth in strategies provided to ELL/SEL students

18 Core Belief #2: “Families Are Our Partners” Home School Communication Sample Practices (Joyce Epstein) Parent Conferences Sample “TIPS” Activities Parent Checklist Homeless Education Program

19 Core Belief #5: “Effective Teaching, Leadership, and Accountability” Application of data: Program analysis Context for Teaching My Data

20 Application of Data

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22 Registration Procedures Learning Zone Page 4 State Consent www.btsa.ca.gov Attendance Verification Learning Zone – “My History”

23 Learning Zone

24 Navigating to Course Offerings

25 Finding “Courses”

26 Fall Seminars

27 Course Requirements/Registration BTSA 1 st Semester Class — FACT Context for Teaching/Assessment of Teaching Practice with Support Provider (2 Salary Points Available Upon Successful Completion of Requirements) EventParticipantTimeContent Orientation All Participating Teachers3.5 hours Aug. or Sept. or Oct.  Policies and Procedures  District Priorities & Initiatives  Formative Assessment — Overview - Context for Teaching/Assessment of Teaching Practice (CFT/ATP) August FACT Work Time (Optional) Year Round Participating Teachers 2 hours  Support for beginning CFT/ATP  Individualized Support Sept. FACT Work Time (Optional) All Participating Teachers2 hours  Support for beginning CFT/ATP  Individualized Support Oct. FACT Work Time (Optional) All Participating Teachers2 hours  Formative Assessment (FACT) & Individualized Support Fall Seminar All Participating Teachers2 hours Oct. or Nov.  Focus on CFT/ATP; Teaching English Language Learners/SELs Nov. FACT Work Time (Optional) All Participating Teachers2 hours  FACT & Individualized Support Dec. FACT Work Time (Optional) Extended PTs and by request2 hours  FACT & Individualized Support

28 Tools for Success Site Administrator Letter Resources Packet “C” to be turned in TODAY: MOU (2 pages) HR Contact Form Publicity Authorization and Release

29 Congratulations! …..on taking your first steps towards earning your California Clear Teaching Credential!

30 Your BTSA Support Team Peggy Taylor Presley – Director Aleeta Powers – Coordinator LD 1 & 6 Denise Busby – Specialist LD 2 & 3 Jeanne Gamba – Specialist LD 4 Barbara Locker Halmy – Specialist LD 5 & 8

31 Professional Development Transition to Break-Out Session


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