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1 North Coast Beginning Teacher Program ADVISORY BOARD MEETING MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

2 Meeting Outcomes Strengthen collaboration across the regionStrengthen collaboration across the region Develop a network of resourcesDevelop a network of resources Share updates and work together to problem- solve, guide and adviseShare updates and work together to problem- solve, guide and advise Share successes and strategiesShare successes and strategies Build relationships within a supportive learning communityBuild relationships within a supportive learning community October 29, 20142

3 Agenda Welcome/Introductions/ Outcomes Welcome/Introductions/ Outcomes Defining Our Roles Defining Our Roles State & Program Updates State & Program Updates Building Connections Building Connections Developing Teacher Leaders Developing Teacher Leaders Resources/Wrap up/Feedback Resources/Wrap up/Feedback Adjourn/Lunch Adjourn/Lunch Welcome/Introductions/ Outcomes Welcome/Introductions/ Outcomes Defining Our Roles Defining Our Roles State & Program Updates State & Program Updates Building Connections Building Connections Developing Teacher Leaders Developing Teacher Leaders Resources/Wrap up/Feedback Resources/Wrap up/Feedback Adjourn/Lunch Adjourn/Lunch October 29,

4 Defining our roles  Support the program through advisement and in accordance with the NCBTP purpose and mission  Advise on policy, program implementation, evaluation and resources  Provide regular and ongoing updates, communication and information to representative co- sponsoring agencies  Collaborate across the region, providing updates, within a supportive learning community October 29, 20144

5 Table talk Activity Our role as Advisory Board Members, helps to improve the effectiveness of participating teachers. In your current position, how do you guide and support teachers?In your current position, how do you guide and support teachers? UniversitiesUniversities County OfficesCounty Offices NCBTP ProgramNCBTP Program DistrictsDistricts School SitesSchool Sites October 29, 20145

6 State & Program Highlights October 29, 20146

7 Goals for Service and support for all participants in teacher inductionService and support for all participants in teacher induction Focus on essentials and 21 st century innovationsFocus on essentials and 21 st century innovations Streamline Unit & Data Evaluation System:Streamline Unit & Data Evaluation System: What do our participants need in order to be successful?What do our participants need in order to be successful? Increase reliance on outcome measuresIncrease reliance on outcome measures Provide advanced degree options for participating teachersProvide advanced degree options for participating teachers Video “best practices” within the region for inclusion in professional development seminarsVideo “best practices” within the region for inclusion in professional development seminars October 29,

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9 NCBTP Trends in Teacher Enrollment Program NCBTP October 29, What’s coming? -Induction requests -Intern enrollments on the rise -Next generation workforce – Teaching Profession -Prepare for growth!

10 Resource Allocation and Management (Common Standard 3) NCBTP Resources support all aspects of Participating Teachers’ Induction experience, including:  Formative Assessment Activities  Professional Development  Human Resources and Professional Expertise  Equitable Stipends and Coordination  Regional Support Staff  Clear Credential Recommendations October 29,

11 SCOE Transitional Support  In , SCOE will assist districts and COE’s with teacher induction costs.  Registration Fee  Support Provider and District Coordinator stipends will be paid by the program.  NCBTP plans to shift to a full “Fee for Service Model” over the next 2-3 years for districts employing new teachers. October 29, Service YearEstimated Fee for Service $330 (10 % of total cost of the program/PT) $1,000 (30 % of total cost of the program/PT) $2,000 (60 % of total cost of the program/participant)

12 October 29, County Coordinator Reports

13 University Updates October 29,

14 Intern trends & Support October 29,  Intern enrollments are increasing throughout the state and districts are facing challenges in hard to fill positions – Special Education, Languages, etc.  The program will advise interns about the 45-hour EL requirement and partner with support and supervision  As a result of legislative changes in Ed. Code 44321, the program will advise and assist interns in maintaining support and supervision hours.  Intern support and supervision documents are available on the program website at ocs/intern-program- overview.html ocs/intern-program- overview.html

15 Unit & program evaluation System October 29,  Common Standard 2  Accreditation System  Assessment and evaluation data  Program Effectiveness  Teacher Competence California’s Accreditation System 2014

16 Biennial reports 2014 Program Strengths Collaboration, mentoring, and coaching from SPCollaboration, mentoring, and coaching from SP Peer Coaching TrainingPeer Coaching Training Developing a repertoire of teaching strategiesDeveloping a repertoire of teaching strategies Managing classroom and fostering a safe environmentManaging classroom and fostering a safe environment Assessing student needs in order to design instructionAssessing student needs in order to design instruction Differentiating instructionDifferentiating instruction Collaborating with colleaguesCollaborating with colleagues Areas of Growth Communication with families of my studentsCommunication with families of my students Prioritizing professional workloadPrioritizing professional workload Technology (teaching & learning)Technology (teaching & learning) Teaching students with special needsTeaching students with special needs Focused collaboration time within professional development seminarsFocused collaboration time within professional development seminars Interactive online forumsInteractive online forums Supporting PT in making connections between induction work and site/district goalsSupporting PT in making connections between induction work and site/district goals October 29,

17 Fostering effectiveness Comprehensive induction that combinesComprehensive induction that combines high-quality mentoring with support provider selection criteria;high-quality mentoring with support provider selection criteria; regular common planning time and interaction with other teachers;regular common planning time and interaction with other teachers; participation in intense professional development seminars; andparticipation in intense professional development seminars; and ongoing communication and support from school leaders.ongoing communication and support from school leaders. October 29,

18 Building connections  Through Action Individual Induction Plan Observations of Colleagues Site Orientation  Through Communication Weekly Meetings with SP Meeting with Site Leader(s) Survey Feedback District Coordinator Liaison  Through Reflection Reflective Conversation Logs Continuum of Teaching Practice Ongoing APTRA Cycle  How else can we support our teachers in making connections between their induction experience and their site/district goals? October 29,

19 October 29,  Foster collaborative relationships between and among universities, districts, and other agencies  Continue to partner with higher education and districts to provide innovative options to develop teacher leaders  Continue to acknowledge and promote advanced degree opportunities for teachers through various media DEVELOPING TEACHER LEADERS

20 Developing teacher Leaders  How can we maximize our partnerships to promote teacher leaders? October 29,

21 NCBTP will continue to be a customer service center for the education community  Implement Local Control “Fee for Service” model  Support implementation of Smarter Balanced assessments and Common Core State Standards  Develop and support 21st century teaching themes within professional development seminars  Address professional development teacher induction and intern needs of districts October 29,

22 It takes teamwork: Working together to meet common goals October 29,

23 Lessons from geese People who share a common direction and sense of purpose can get there more quickly.People who share a common direction and sense of purpose can get there more quickly. It’s harder to do something alone rather than together.It’s harder to do something alone rather than together. Shared leadership and interdependence give us a chance to lead as well as an opportunity to rest.Shared leadership and interdependence give us a chance to lead as well as an opportunity to rest. Encouragement is motivation. We need to make sure our “honking” is encouraging—and not discouraging.Encouragement is motivation. We need to make sure our “honking” is encouraging—and not discouraging. We may all need help from time to time. We should stand by our colleagues in difficult times.We may all need help from time to time. We should stand by our colleagues in difficult times. --Angeles Arrien --Angeles Arrien October 29,

24 Closure Thank you for taking an active leadership role in the North Coast Beginning Teacher Program.  You are truly appreciated!  Feedback – Survey Monkey Link Below https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P2QBY5M October 29,


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