Presentation on theme: "FROM THE GRAPHIC TO ACTION: 2010-11. 1.What professional development (PD) initiatives were in place? 2.What were our perceived PD needs moving ahead?"— Presentation transcript:
FROM THE GRAPHIC TO ACTION:
1.What professional development (PD) initiatives were in place? 2.What were our perceived PD needs moving ahead? 3.What PD goals did we need to achieve? 4.Who needed to be involved in the creation of the framework? 5.How would we communicate and obtain feedback about the framework as it was developed and refined? 6.How would we prepare the entire professional staff to enter the framework structure? 7.How would we identify and support professionals to encourage leadership as well as followership to sustain the framework? Road Map Questions That Guided the Development/Implementation of our Framework
Opportunities In-service days, early dismissal days Release time and paid professional development time Differentiated Supervision Plan options - Dialogue and focus groups - Goal setting and action research - peer coaching/administrative monitoring Challenges Contractual Parameters External Mandates Tradition Staff Development Opportunities/Challenges
1.Whats working? What has been a challenge? What could we have done differently Seems like it is taking folks a long time to complete the blue modules … Too many modules? Should we have stipulated completion of the blue modules before allowing completion of others in the framework How can we entice more people to take advantage of the June BPI, when we would like to see module work done? Reflections – Midpoint of our Implementation
1.What building/district professional development initiatives are you working on currently? 2.What are your building/district PD needs? 3.What are your building/district PD goals? 4.What is your road map for reaching your PD goals? The devils in the details - Why, Who, What, When, Where, How? Reflection – How does this all apply to you?