Presentation on theme: "Intern Principal Preparation Program Information Session Piper High School February 10, 2014 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Program Coordinator: Cindy Pluim “It is."— Presentation transcript:
Intern Principal Preparation Program Information Session Piper High School February 10, :30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Program Coordinator: Cindy Pluim “It is the capacity to develop and improve their skills that distinguishes leaders from followers” -Warren G. Bennis
Intern Principal Preparation Program What Is It? A relevant, rigorous Program for Accomplished/High Performing Assistant Principals and District-level Administrators (Pay Grade 27 and above) who want to become Principals
Minimum Qualifications for the Intern Principal program Assistant Principals may choose to submit an application if they meet the following minimum qualifications as indicated in SBBC policy : Masters degree (or higher) and certification in Educational Leadership Completed a minimum of 3 years as an Assistant Principal or an equivalent district level position as of June 28, Received “Satisfactory”, “Highly Effective” or “Effective” performance evaluations from the past three consecutive years Documentation of completion of the Interim Assistant Program
Intern Principal Program Focuses on the development and application of skills and knowledge in the Florida Principal Leadership Standards (2011) and the Broward School Assessment for School Administrators (BASA). One-Year Program with mid-year and exit criteria
Application Process Access and complete the two-page Application for District/School Based Administrative Positions. Save as: Last Name_First Name IPPApphttp://www.broward.k12.fl.us/nis/InternPrincipal.asp Access to download the Intern Principal Writing Prompt. Complete the prompt in Microsoft Word, 12 point font, no more than three pages. Save your work as: Last Name_First Name Wpthttp://www.broward.k12.fl.us/nis/InternPrincipal.asp Scan your 2011, 2012, 2013 Year-End Performance Appraisals. Save appraisals in PDF format as: Last Name_First Name Evals Scan your Certificate of Completion of Interim Assistant Principal Program. Save in PDF format as: Last Name_First Name IAP Scan your Florida DOE Certificate indicating Educationa l Leadership. Save in PDF format as: Last Name_First Name Cert Type/update your Resume based upon the current Florida Principal Leadership Standards (2011). Save it in Microsoft Word as: Last Name_First Name Resume the following documents as attachments to one via cab to Intern Principal 2014 : Application for District/School Based Administrative Positions, Writing Prompt, Performance Appraisals, Certificate of Completion of Interim AP Program, Performance Appraisals,, FLDOE Certificate, and Resume. Please include in the Subject field Last Name_First Name IPP Application. Applicants with no access to CAB are to submit the above documents to
Leadership Profile Form Principals of qualified candidates receive and complete The Leadership Profile Form based on the New Florida Principal Leadership Standards and it back to The Office of Talent Development (Ruth James) by March 7, Forms will be evaluated to determine Phase I interview process entrance.
Phase I Interview Process (April 1-April 4, 2014) Those who are qualified to enter the Phase I Interview Process will: *Complete a Leadership profile assessment (Profile XT) *Conduct an Instructional Leadership presentation (Domain 2) *Create an “On Demand” writing sample (Domain 3) *Participate in an interview with Phase I panel consisting of Principals, Teacher Leaders, and Institute of Higher Education Professors.
Phase II Interview Process (April 9-April 11, 2014) Qualified candidates will be invited to a final interview with: The Office of Talent Development Staff Principals OSPA Directors
Notification Selected Interns will be notified by April 21, 2014 Schedule of Intern Principal Preparation Program will be given by The Office of Talent Development via All program documents will be discussed at the initial session (date: TBA) Your Building Principal and Director will also receive notification of your placement into the program
Intern Principal Preparation Program Applications accepted Tuesday, February 11, 2014– Friday, February 21, 2014 by 5:00 p.m.
Intern Principal Preparation Program Highlights Professional readings and current research Monthly cohort sessions and activities with peers and mentors Professional Learning Team Meetings to include Building Principal, Instructional Cadre Director, and Mentor Principal (minimum of 4 per year) PLT meetings aligned with the BASA evaluation tool and the Florida Principal Leadership Standards. Job-embedded competencies and reflections aligned to the four Domains of the Florida Principal Leadership Standards completed at the school site. Student Achievement Research Project
Intern Principal Preparation Program Highlights Additional professional learning aligned to College and Career Readiness, Marzano’s Instructional Framework and the Broward Assessment for School Administrators (BASA). Leadership assessments for participants. (Val Ed) Successful completers of the Intern Principal Program are eligible to apply for Level II Principal certification. Program participants demonstrate their leadership skills to a panel of District staff and representatives of Higher Education to complete the program.