3 Agenda- Domain 4 Components Reflection on TeachingMaintaining Accurate RecordsCommunication with FamiliesParticipating in Professional CommunityGrowing and Developing ProfessionallyShowing ProfessionalismDaily RoutineBasic Student Expectations
4 Reflection on Teaching Observe others’ practicesAtlas RubiconCurriculum MAPLesson Plan Template attachmentImpressions & ReflectionWhat Worked… What Didn’t Work?Common student misunderstandingsQuestion planning … Which offered students’ extension opportunities? How did they respond?Recorded collaboratively during CD time on 1 MAP for revision purposes
5 Maintaining Accurate Records Genesis Grade bookTimelySpecificAccurateCommunication logsStudent portfolios & samples of workAttendanceTaken from period 1 class in Genesis (not HR tab) at 8:10Tardy students marked absent & sent to the office for pass- Office will update attendance
6 Communication with Families Phone vs.High profile- callFact based- (spell check)Parent ConferencesGuidance officeStrengths and challengesSamples of work, updated grade reports, communication logAction Plan- All parties are responsible for an action.Parent- HW Hotline, Teacher- after-school assistance, Child- TrackerFollow up dateFacts NOT impressions/judgmentsYour child is unmotivated OR Your child is missing 4 HW assignments and has only stayed for extra help 1 time.Other tools- HW Hotline, Genesis Parent Portal
7 Participating in a Professional Community School Community- Get involvedAttend school events- Students enjoy seeing their teachers at events!Club AdvisorCoachUnionProfessional Learning CommunityDepartmentTeam (grade 6)Grade levelWall Community- Service LearningStudent directed initiative for CHANGECivic Awareness
8 Growing & Developing Professionally CD PeriodContributeListenPLC, Department, Faculty- WednesdayNew Teacher Training & In-Service DaysMentor Teacher- 1st year onlyAttend WorkshopsSubmission 1 month prior for BOE approvalRead!Faculty handbookStudent handbookProfessional literature
9 Showing Professionalism PunctualitySign in at 8Be on-time to duties and meetingsMeet deadlinesAttendanceDressDress code in teacher handbookWear IDBehaviorIn school communityOut of school communityYou are now officially a ROLE MODEL….How would you like to be regarded?
10 Staff AbsencesRegular attendance is essential for student growth. In the event of illness, Wall Township utilizes AESOP.Absences can be recorded in two ways:call ORlog on toAbsences should be entered up until 6:30 a.m. of the day of the absence.After 6:30: AESOP & call Wall Intermediate School ( ).
11 Beginning of the Day / HR Teacher Sign in at main office by 8:00 amIf an emergency arises please call main numberCheck mail box prior to reporting to classroomStudents enter at 8:05- report to designated hallway assignmentHomeroom starts at 8:10- submit attendance & issue ID Stickers (if applicable).Tardy StudentMark absent & send to main office for pass.Early DismissalComplete Early Dismissal Pass & send student tomain office with parent’s note
12 End of DayTeachers report immediately to designated assignment at the end of the dayTeachers stay after 1 day a weekExtra Help or detentionUtilize pass Teacher’s Extra Help Or DetentionWednesdays reserved for department, faculty, PLCNew Teacher AcademyStudents must be under supervision until office announces dismissal (3:50) unless an alternate arrangements is made.EX- Student attends 20 minutes with you, then asks to report to a different teacher? You MUST call teacher on white phone to verify before releasing student.
13 Student- ID Badges and Lanyards Students wear ID everyday and all dayNo ID Badge –HR teacher issues sticker (ID Sticker)To the end of the lunch line & library line3 consecutive days no id= lunch detention2 LD= office referralIf student wants a replacement ID – send student to main office ($5 replacement fee must be paid to the main office BEFORE a new ID is generated)Writing or drawing on ID- send ID and Discipline Referral Card to main officeMaster teachers model procedures:Consistently wear your staff ID.
14 Student- Cell Phones and IPODS School Day- Must be in OFF mode and out of plain sightAfter- School- Use phone in designated areasMain entrance or West parking lot entranceIPodsNOT permitted in study hallIf a phone/IPod is visible or utilized during class:Ask the student to turn off phone/IPodAsk the student for the phone/IPodSend phone/IPod and a Discipline Referral Card to the main office.Do NOT search students for phones or IPODS!Master teachers model procedures;do not use cell phones in the classroom or hallways.
15 Student- Hallway, Cafe, Study Hall No running, pushing, or shouting in the hallsNo shutting other students’ lockersNo sharing locker combination with othersLunchroomClean up eating areaBe courteous and include others in conversationsNo food is to be taken out of lunchroomStudy HallWork silentlyStay in assigned seatStudents who do not adhere to above rules should be corrected & warned. Repeat offenders should be reported to office.Any situation that is dangerous for staff/students:Immediately contact the main office.
16 Student- Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying Harassment, intimidation, or bullying in any form (physical, verbal, exclusionary or in any cyber mode) will NOT be tolerated and must be reported! All staff will participate in 2 hour mandatory training.ProgramsCharacter Counts - GuidancePeer Mediation - AssembliesKnighting Program - Shielding ProgramAnti-Bullying Specialist - School Safety TeamWe expect teachers to:Be proactive- assign students to groups, clear rules, procedures, consequences, separate students, etc.Correct inappropriate behavior immediately- contact parentsModel behavior- no sarcasmProblematic social relations- see guidance counselor or SFLCBullying- report to Anti-Bullying Specialist
17 Wrap- Up Supports: Documents- Faculty and Student Handbooks Do not do yourself the disservice of working through this process alone.Supports:Documents- Faculty and Student HandbooksBoard Policies and RegulationsTeachersSecretarial StaffGuidance StaffSupervisory StaffBuilding Administration