Ppt on professional development of teachers

Teacher Leadership: A School-Wide Collaborative Approach Enhancing Student Achievement Dana Boyd - Kristen Navarro -

. (See sample in packet) Professional Development Teachers Training Teachers Early Release Professional Development Teachers Training Teachers Early Release Assigned topics Professional Development Teachers Training Teachers Early Release Assigned topics Teacher choices Professional Development Teachers Training Teachers Technology Cadre Professional Development Teachers Training Teachers Technology Cadre 1-2 teachers per grade level Professional Development Teachers Training Teachers Technology Cadre 1-2/


Integrating ICT into English Teaching: More than PPT Secretary & English Teacher, CSGHS Chiu Shu-chuan (Alice Chiu) 2006.05.10.

(Canada) TakingITGlobal Friendship Through Education (US) Friendship Through Education Communication: Online Professional Development I*EARN professional Development courses I*EARN Integrating the Internet into the Classroom instructed by Michael D./you think about using. (A Googling Lesson)A Googling Lesson Websites for Teachers Effective Internet Search Searching the Internet: Recommended Sites and Search Techniques http/of time and resources. Remember, the key to success is not hardware and not software, /


Centre for Excellence in Professional Development (CEPD) What & Who is CEPD? CEPD Services A look at CEPD.

A look at CEPD Centre for Excellence in Professional Development (CEPD) What & Who is CEPD? What? Who? Part of HEA & HEFCE U.K. wide initiative 74 CETLs in total, 7 in N.I. Main Aims: to reward excellent teaching practice, and to further invest in that practice so that CETLs funding delivers substantial benefits to students, teachers and institutions. (HEFCE, 2007)HEFCE CEPD Project/


ELearning environments: developing pedagogic strategies experiences from four school based teacher education programmes, 1999 - 2006 Tom Power, The Open.

does eLearning happen? Text (mostly not here) an eLearning environment? eLearning programmes for teacher professional development the Learning Schools Programme (LSP) (1999-2003) the Digital Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) (2001 onwards) TeachandLearn.net (T&L) (2004-2006) Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA) (2007 - 2015) APT technologies Audience / Agents of Change Purposes Tools / Technologies small units that can be quickly engaged with key principles/


By: Je’ Nobia Smith Jeremiah Sanders Dan Barr PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS.

Networking Content Knowledge TEACHER CENTERS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOLS Professional Development Schools are collaborative planning partnerships between professional education programs and P-12 schools for the professional development of teachers and the training of future educators. PDS Network Teacher Centers provide courses and host workshops. SUPERVISING AND MENTORING Helps develop skills Tutoring Hosting a student teacher Networking with other teachers Keeps Teachers current GRADUATE SCHOOLS/


Educator Licensing Update CESA 4 March 19, 2015 David DeGuire Assistant Director Teacher Education, Professional Development, and Licensing (TEPDL)

Update CESA 4 March 19, 2015 David DeGuire Assistant Director Teacher Education, Professional Development, and Licensing (TEPDL) Professional Development Plans (PDPs) Revised Team Training – online Completed 4 pilots/ — Required but not consequential: 2015-2016 — Required for licensure: 2016-2017 Student teachers will be completing these — Please support them — Good PD for cooperating teacher Decision about out-of-state candidates has not been made yet Governor’s Licensing Proposal Requirements for a 3-/


Professional Goals Personal Professional Development Planning—Think about your needs for Subject Area learning LIKEDONT LIKE DO WELL DONT DO WELL.

learning LIKEDONT LIKE DO WELL DONT DO WELL Professional Goals One of the most important and significant professional development activities you can engage in is collaboration with others. As you plan, consider ways that you and other teachers can collaborate. Professional Goals Excellent teachers— Must know the subject matter well and be passionate about it. Without mastery and clarity of thought, it would be difficult to explain clearly/


Supporting Services P E Section EMB. Professional Development Programme Summer School for PE Teachers July Induction Course for New HOD Oct/Nov Induction.

Supporting Services P E Section EMB Professional Development Programme Summer School for PE Teachers July Induction Course for New HOD Oct/Nov Induction Course for New PE Teachers Oct/Nov Courses for Mentors Courses for Curriculum Leaders Seminars/Courses Support for Life-wide Learning Schools Dance Festival Schools Physical Fitness Award Scheme Outdoor Education Camps Support for Life-/


Lead Teacher Profile  Increase lead teachers from 3 to 6  Lead teacher at every multi-teacher institution  Site level and system level responsibilities.

 GED exam coordination  Education materials ordering  Problem solving  Feedback to management System Level Responsibilities  Committee chair/posting of minutes to web  Curriculum  Technology and Website  Professional Development  ABE 1-2 (including ESL, Aboriginal)  ABE 3  ABE 4 (including FVDES liaison) Remuneration (Base amount: $2000 + $300 per teacher allocation)  FVI - $2000 + $600 (2Ts) = $2600  Pacific/RRAC $2000 + $1200 (4Ts) = $3200  Matsqui $2000 + $1620 (5.4Ts/


© WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2003© WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2006 Demographic changes: Population of ELs by state, 2003-2004.

ELs by state, 2003-2004 © WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2003© WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2006 The big surprise: More adolescent ELs are native than foreign born © WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2003© WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2006 Average scores of 8th graders in reading by English language proficiency and state: 2003 © WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2003© WestEd, Teacher Professional Development, 2006 States with the Fastest Growing Immigrant/


Cuyahoga Falls Authentic Learning Experiences. College and Career Readiness Goal #3 for 2014-2015 During the 2014-2015 school year, all teachers will.

Readiness Goal #3 for 2014-2015 During the 2014-2015 school year, all teachers will develop and implement at least one authentic learning unit, that can be interdisciplinary, and/future Design Challenge work Akron Global Business Accelerator Engineering firm of performance venues- students developing their own Planetarium at Kent State Middle School work October & November: Early Release Wednesday professional development Teachers leading teachers in Rigor & Relevance Backwards Design Design Qualities & /


All-in-one e-coaching and professional development platform Our Mission: To support, empower, and connect STEM teachers and coaches as we work together.

beyond *Support and build capacity in coaches and mentors * Offer asynchronous follow up to professional development Universities and Organizations *Create community within a cohort *Offer virtual meeting places for pre-service students *Provide a continuity of support from pre- service to practice *Collect data about graduates *Develop & retain novice STEM teachers *Provide content specific coaching support *Solve time and distance challenges STEM TIPS Supporting Coaches/


Maple Ridge Teachers’ Association Self-Directed Professional Development.

Maple Ridge Teachers’ Association Self-Directed Professional Development What is it? Teachers choosing and planning their own Pro-D An endeavour derived from teachers’ own interests and needs Individual or Group Collegial and collaborative Ongoing approach rather than a series of disconnected activities. Why? Builds teacher autonomy by creating positive pro-d options Allows teachers to choose their own focus Professional literature shows self-directed Pro-D is more meaningful/


E-learning for students and teachers at English Campus 14th October 2006 Organized by: English Campus, HKEdCity.

English teachers to share teaching resources and thoughts with peers. 25 Jan 2006 Secondary English iWorld Boundless English Campus festivals + board materials + teaching plans + online learning resources Classroom teaching resources collating curriculum based teaching resources + welcome your sharing 25 Jan 2006 Secondary English iWorld Teacher TV (in Chinese) viewing of outstanding lessons, school practice and seminars + downloadable resources + expert analysis for professional development Discussion/


FEA + PDS Collaborative Recruitment and Continuous Professional Development.

Benefits to FEA Members  Leadership Opportunities and Training  Conferences  Local Conference Local Conference  National Conference Continuous Professional Development Benefits to FEA Members-Con’t  Service Projects  Adopt-A-TeacherTeacher Appreciation  Volunteer Opportunities Battle of the Books Chalk Walk Continuous Professional Development Benefits to FEA Members-Con’t  Service Projects  Tutoring Head Start Elementary Schools  Support for School Service Initiatives Book Drives “Adopt/


Teacher Incentive Fund. 2006 to 2012: approx. $1.8 billion awarded for 131 TIF grants (4 cohorts) LEAs, SEAs*, non-profits* (*partnering with LEAs) Purpose:

Fund History 3 Improve teacher and principal effectiveness by ‒attracting and retaining effective educators. ‒Improving professional development and support for educators Increase sustainability and impact by embedding performance- based compensation systems (PBCS) into LEA-wide human capital management systems (HCMS). Increase flexibility to tailor PBCS to local context. Improve the effectiveness of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning. TIF 4 Guiding/


Dress for Success: Does It Matter Today? Soft Skills Objective: Students will be able to develop a visual representing appropriate dress and grooming.

be able to develop a visual representing appropriate dress and grooming. Dress for Success: Introduction Mt. Everest Climb Beijing Olympics (2008) Swim How do we really define success? Does it depend on personal priorities? –Sports and adventure –Professional success –Healthy/For a entry level retail store –For a summer job as a lifeguard –For a job as a teacher –For a landscaping job –For a internet job, working from home –For a executive position at / Professor Emeritus University of Victoria, Canada


What is eXe? The eLearning XHTML editor (eXe) is an authoring environment to assist teachers and academics in the design,

What is eXe? The eLearning XHTML editor (eXe) is an authoring environment to assist teachers and academics in the design, development and publishing of web-based learning and teaching materials Without the need to become proficient in HTML or /provide an intuitive, easy-to-use tool that will enable teachers to publish professional looking web pages for learning geert.kraeye@arteveldehs.be Why eXe? eXe is a tool… that provides professional web-publishing capabilities that can be easily referenced or imported /


Great Prairie Area Education Agency Great Prairie AEA provides leadership and service to more than 38,000 students, 3,700 teachers and administrators and.

teachers and administrators and 35 school districts across 6,360 square miles in Southeast Iowa. Great Prairie AEAs programs and services are agency- wide focusing on improving student performance. Integrated Portal www.gpaea.k12.ia.us Message from our CEO Multiple channels Professional Development/) Syndication with other AEAs and professional organizations NAMTC 2011 – Bright Spots Presentation Iowa Eduvision Shared by: Dr. Sally Lindgren Coordinator of Technology Services Great Prairie AEA Burlington/


Professional Learning Networks Using Technology to Collaborate Jim Blog->

com/my_weblog/2009/06/leveraging-the-networked-teacher-the-professional-networked-learning-collaborative.html The professional network learning collaborative (PNLC) Edmodo.com/ Sites Delicious -- http://www.delicious.com/fordemm All of these people linked to the same Article That I did/teachers/ Getting Started Article - http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2008/04/5-things-you-can-do-to-begin- developing.htmlhttp://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2008/04/5-things-you-can-do-to-begin- developing/


Pre-Service Advisory Group July 28, 2009. Current Standards – Whats Missing? Illinois Professional Teaching Standards Language Arts Standards for All.

28, 2009 Current Standards – Whats Missing? Illinois Professional Teaching Standards Language Arts Standards for All Teachers Technology Standards for All Teachers Content Area Standards Middle School Standards Standards have been approved but not implemented Currently have requirement for 6 s.h. of specific course work There is no verification that K-/ by Race/Ethnicity Source: 2008 Illinois State Report Card Tasks Review research Review what other states are doing Develop standards Develop recommendations


Head Teacher Forum 2 Wednesday 15 June. SI – Making it easier for Head Teachers Operations: what’s it all about.

, Strategic Planning Soraya Mendoza, Planning Systems Officer Brian McLauchlan, CEO Randwick Ambition in Action www.sit.nsw.edu.au Head Teacher Forum Data Overview: Where does it come from? Ambition in Action www.sit.nsw.edu.au Planning, Budget, Funding, / from planning (Buddy)  Enrolments provide data (SIS, CLAMS)  Data monitors performance of plan (TDW) Continued Professional Practice Gaby Gubbay Workforce Development Unit Closing remarks Claire O’Conor Associate Director, Organisational Capability


Idaho Teacher Performance Evaluation Task Force. Teacher Performance Evaluation Task Force “The stakes are high. Every day, we wager the future of this.

delayed, denied, or fulfilled is ours to decide.” No Dream Denied National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future Washington, D.C., January 2003 Teacher Performance Evaluation Task Force Comprehensive Professional Development And Teacher Evaluation Alignment of pre-service and professional development standards Common language and terminology used statewide Common evaluation tool that guides growth Purposeful training that results in reliability Multiple assessment opportunities Formative and Summative/


Professional Development Resources ALEX Presented by: Nichole Dossett.

related to ALCOS standards. Teacher Zone (professional development/resources) Teacher Zone (professional development/resources) Teacher to Teacher (listserv and forums) Teacher to Teacher (listserv and forums) ALEX The Alabama Learning Exchange has a Teacher Zone that provides numerous / explore the resources to help us develop professionally! Let’s visit the site and explore the resources to help us develop professionally! Resources Alabama Department of Education. Alabama Learning Exchange. Retrieved /


+ Discover Your Treasure: Developing Your Skill Set to Pursue Leadership Opportunities Dr. Delmas L. Watkins CTAE Director DeKalb County School District.

19133.33%12,25852 FY12 - 2,79343.65%11,99949 + FACS in DeKalb County Schools Teachers (36) 29 HS Teachers 7 MS Teachers FACS Pathways (29) 9 Early Childhood 3 Education 6 Nutrition & Wellness 11 Culinary Arts /Students Regional STAR Events) Professional Membership Professional Development (Attend 1 Workshop Annually) + Leadership Emergence DeKalb’s Past & Current District CTAE Staff Know the Vision of Current Leadership Commitment (Stay Long Enough to Make a Difference) Developing Student Leaders Go After /


YES Teaching Units Professional Development Workshop To increase the frequency with which the Young Epidemiology Scholars (YES) Teaching Units are taught.

this activity. Can serve as an assessment of teachers’ understanding of the material. Unit 2 Unit 3Unit 1 Teacher 1 Teacher 4 Teacher 7 Teacher 3 Teacher 6 Teacher 9 Teacher 2 Teacher 5 Teacher 8 Ana Alea-Schlichting Nicholas Weimmer Khamis Aburmelieh Marian Press Jacqueline Gilker Karen Browne Maria Sanchez Barbara Schneider Kurshid Siddiqui Casualties of WarTeenage Births Slave Trade YES Teaching Units Professional Development Workshop Teachers Teaching Teachers As a group, prior to our next/


Larkspur-Corte Madera School District Arts Demonstration Project A Sustainable Model Arts Program Creating a culture that supports the arts Building Teacher.

-14 (Year 5) Arts Demonstration Project Yr. 5 supports two schools (NC and Hall) Final year of MCF funding Reduction of MCF funds should be expected. Funding for arts teachers is supported by SPARK MCF Grant supports teacher collaboration and planning, coaching model, VAPA Coordination, materials, supplies, conferences, professional development Arts Integration training and support provided by Technical Assistance from MCF 2014-15 Arts Demonstration project/


Attracting and Developing Interest among Teachers and Students in Energy Workforce Options Gary Swan Vice President, Development.

Kits Professional Development for Teachers Teacher Training Workshops Study Tours Pre-Service Workshops Recertification Credit University Graduate Credit Learning Opportunities for Students Student competitions Career fairs Science fairs Energy patrols School-to-home Funding Community Relations Budget? Corporate Communications Budget? Your Company’s Foundation Grant? Partnership with Other Energy-Related Groups or Companies? Partnership with Other Workforce-Related Groups? STEM Funding Examples of NEF/


Professional Development System TLC Monthly Webinar for Tutor Coordinators February 17, 2015 10:00 – 11:00 am Instructional Materials and Resources for.

, Tutorials on math basics and money Goodwill Community Foundation, Tutorials on math basics and money National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Math.com Pennsylvania Adult Ed Resources – Teachers > Math Teachers > Math Tutoring Adult Learners Using the Internet – Math Math Professional Development System LEARNING DIFFERENCES INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES Professional Development System LEARNING DIFFERENCES Additional Resources for Learning Differences Learning to Achieve online courses and resources Learning to/


Evening Session Video Professional Development: Common Core in Action The EngageNY Video Project.

? Please capture these reflections on your chart paper Video Professional Development: Common Core in Action Materials Professional development protocol Collection template Guiding reflection questions 2 videos First video is free of any captions highlighting evidence of Common Core alignment Second video includes captions that highlight when the task or teacher move is illustrating Common Core aligned instruction Video Professional Development: Common Core in Action Exercise Part 1 (10 minutes/


L.C. Technology Servo Motor Control / Genie Software Professional Development for Teachers.

L.C. Technology Servo Motor Control / Genie Software Professional Development for Teachers Introduction to the Servo Servo offers smoothest control Rotate to a specific point Offer good torque and control Ideal for powering robot arms etc. However: Degree of revolution is limited Not suitable for applications which require continuous rotation  Contain motor, gearbox, driver controller and potentiometer  Three wires - 0v, 5v and PIC signal  Potentiometer/


Providing innovative and engaging professional development for educators CONTEMPORARY LEARNING HUB Creating Flipped Classroom Videos Facilitated by Mark.

Support Extend Clarify Test for Understanding 1:1 Assistance Providing innovative and engaging professional development for educators CONTEMPORARY LEARNING HUB The Flipped Classroom IS: A means to INCREASE interaction and personalised contact time between students and teachers. An environment where students take responsibility for their own learning. A classroom where the teacher is not the "sage on the stage", but the "guide on the/


Teacher Evaluation Training Eduphoria Eduphoria Appraisal System Training.

Teacher Evaluation Training Eduphoria Eduphoria Appraisal System Training Eduphoria Appraisal System Training Eduphoria is a web based system that is used to create and store Professional Development Plans and Evaluation Documents. At the beginning of the year, you will create your PDP (Professional Development Plan) and will be able to revise it during the school year. Your administrator will be able to view this document. When evaluation/


Professional Development through Online Community- Building: Supporting New Special Education Teachers Virginia Kennedy, Ph.D. California State University,

Community- Building: Supporting New Special Education Teachers Virginia Kennedy, Ph.D. California State University, Northridge Department of Special Education New Teachers need - opportunities to affiliate with other professionals. Time and pressures make this difficult. In addition, special education teachers must often cope with isolation on their school site. They support new teachers in a variety of ways. Mentors/support providers Professional development Individual goal-setting Induction programs are/


Powerpoint Jeopardy Travel/ Professional Development Daily LifeDemand/ Outlook FFAVariety 10 20 30 40 50.

professional development so important for agricultural educators? The National Association has a yearly conference, Each year the location is different, the 2010 conference will be in … A.Charlotte, NC B.Las Vegas, NV C.Nashville, TN D.Atlanta, GA Hummert International is a Greenhouse company that hosts a summer workshop series for teachers at their headquarters in ____________. NAAE stands for ____________ ___________ of/ag teacher may teach on any given day. What is the average number of hours ag teachers /


Teacher/Principal Eval. Pilot Schools 17 districts/schools Will pilot both the teacher and principal evaluations during 2013-14. Based on the voluntary.

here”; what will I do to get them here, and reflect on how they did. Should have two student learning objectives per year. Professional Development Professional development rating - once a teacher has had the first summative evaluation - the teacher and principal will develop one or more goals work on them over the course of the year. every evaluation is followed by PD - last year’s evaluation becomes part/


Company LOGO Professional Development in the Zone Organizational Meeting January 13, 2005.

in the Zone Organizational Meeting January 13, 2005 Purpose of the PDTs Collaborative Planning Coordination of Professional Development Opportunities Enhance Teacher Quality Improve Student Achievement Role & Responsibilities of the PDT Pair new teacher with “transition teacher” Agree to participate as a team member through 2005-06 school year Collaborate with staff to develop PDP that reflects student data and teacher needs Participate in Action Research Training & Conduct action research Announce/


FY 2006-2007 GENEVA COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION BUDGET HEARINGS AUGUST 8, 2006 – 6:30 p.m. AUGUST 10, 2006 – 6:30 p.m.

Qualified Teacher Training - $8,000.00 Professional Development - $11,811 Travel / Training - $5,000.00 Federal Programs Title IV Safe and Drug Free $20,758.00 Drug Testing Materials - $688.00 Security - 20% required- $3,169.00 3 Nurses - 15% of / Federal Programs Title VIB Special Education $523,967.00 13 Special Ed Aides 1 Special Ed Teacher Purchased Services (Physical Therapy) Professional Development 1 Psychometrist 0.75 Special Ed Secretary 0.50 Coordinator Federal Programs Carl Perkins – Career //


What is Writing Matters? Writing program for upper elementary and middle school. Comprehensive curriculum resources and professional development. Features.

how What is Writing Matters? Writing program based in writer’s workshop/process writing. Provides comprehensive curriculum resources and professional development. Emphasizes... –Authentic tasks, active learning and student outcomes –NYS ELA standards –Best instructional practice (“Writing Next/outcomes with... Rubrics (for each unit) End-of-Year Assessment WM Assessment Tracker ELA data Think about DYO/Interim Assessment Observing the Program in Action Teachers: Brief targeted tech- supported mini lesson (/


Liceo Scientifico Statale G. Berto – Vibo Valentia - Italy Socrates – Comenius 1 Project School Self Evaluation Results of questionnaire on teachers’ satisfaction.

– Comenius 1 Project School Self Evaluation Results of questionnaire on teachers’ satisfaction School - year 2007/ 2008 My school has got the right and appropriate facilities ( classrooms, labs,,....) for me to have a good professional performance. 19% 61% 20% My school /there is a good and productive working atmosphere 75% 18% 7% Class council teachers are supportive and cooperative. 80% 16% 4% The school supports my professional development. 52.2% 35% 12.8% Extra-curricular activities help to reach the /


Supporting a 21 st Century School Environment. PLP Goals: Empowering Our Teachers and Students  Goal 1 : Supporting 21 st Century Learning Environments.

: 21 st Century Educator’s Toolkit Website  Create a Toolkit for Schools:  Launch a new site for teacher and principal access with teacher login:  Teacher Resources and Collaboration  Offer Webconferencing: Elluminate, Skype Sessions Goal 3: Tech Professional Development  Tech Thursdays: Professional Development coordinated by Technology Director  Offered each Thursday  Blend of Face to Face and online offerings  Supporting Teaching and Learning with Technology  Explore Assessment such as LOTI/


Teacher Evaluation ___________________________ Modified ADEPT Model Assisting Developing Evaluating Professional Teaching 2015 - 2016.

: 3 rd year or 2 nd year in SC Continuing: At least a 4 th year teacher who has a professional certificate Induction (Formative Feedback) First year teachers without prior experience STARTS Seminar Program Evaluation team consists of an administrator & trained mentor Observations with formative feedback Portfolio development Student growth component practice during 2 nd semester If successful, move to Annual Formal 1 the next/


Professionalism Café Day 2 Joe Hart Teacher Development Specialist.

Teacher Development Specialist PROFESSIONALISM Hashtag: #FREE&EASY Mr. Jessie’s principal described him as having an unprofessional disposition. With your partners, list several behaviors that may have given the principal this perception. If you like, you may dramatize one behavior. Professional or Amateur Cards APPROPRIATE WORK ATTIRE PROFESSIONAL/-R(1) Shorts (except for physical education) Jeans, including overalls, of any color (acceptable only for special projects or activities or related to specific/


ENL Professional Development January 19, 2012. Objectives Content Objective: Participants will understand SIOP on a deeper level. Participants will make.

ENL Professional Development January 19, 2012 Objectives Content Objective: Participants will understand SIOP/ correct SIOP components SIOP SORT From your experiences, sort the indicators into two categories: Those that teachers do regularly in MSDWT Those that teachers are still working on doing. SIOP OPEN SORT As a group, sort the indicators in any /hits basically all SIOP components! One pager creation AND personal copy of others’ work Action plan – How you can facilitate a way to hear a student’s voice!


© 2006, Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. All Rights Reserved. American Culinary Federation: Culinary Fundamentals. Unit 1: Professionalism.

Is artistic Manages quality of food and service Manages people Is passionate for quality Explores cultural possibilities Is a scientist Adheres to the culinarian’s code A Professional Culinarian (continued) /American Culinary Federation: Culinary Fundamentals. Becoming a Culinarian Formal education Certification Continuing education Professional development Networking © 2006, Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. All Rights/teachers) Food writers Food stylists Research and development Entrepreneurs


Activities Overview – Research Books Peer-Reviewed Articles Surveys Grants – Teaching School Technology Leadership Program Professional Development Network.

of Education Iowa 1 to 1 Laptop Deployment: 2010-2011 School Year School Year1-1 Schools 2008-095 2009-1015 2010-1145 2011-12125 (anticipated) Professional Development Offerings PD CategoryAudienceTypical Format The World Has Changed Leaders: Superintendents, Principals, Chief Information Officers 1-3 Hour Workshop Technology Leadership Leaders: Superintendents, Principals, Chief Information Officers 2 Day, Recurring with follow up Technology Boot Camp Leaders & Teachers/


Governor’s Teacher Network Pathway 1 – Professional Development Pathway 2 – Instructional Resources.

Race to the Top initiatives in Home Base. PATHWAY 1 – Professional DevelopmentTeachers in this pathway will be conducting Action Research to find the best practices in teaching.  Research will be shared as a professional development resource. Pathway 2 – Instructional Resources  Teachers in this pathway will be creating instructional sequences aligned to the NC Standard Course of Study (unit plans, lesson plans, assessment components).  Resources will be/


Preparing Future Teachers to Teach Earth Science Cathy Manduca, Carleton College Website Team : Heather Rissler, Jennifer Anderson, Char Bezanson, Dean.

teacher preparation and professional development  Scientific research programs with regional and national offerings specific to their science  Museums serving teachers and students with programming related to their exhibits  Curriculum development projects with related professional development/and funded?  References and Notes:  What was the impetus for the program?  What are the primary goals of the program?  How is the program structured?  Who is involved?  How is the program maintained and funded/


Math 20/20 NEW WAYS OF TEACHING REQUIRED! IMPORTANT QUESTION How are you preparing teachers and their leaders for math standards implementation?

A Professional Development Efficacy Study for Mathematics Teaching and Learning. What is the relationship between PD for the CCSSM and… - teacher knowledge? - classroom practice? - student learning? RANDOMIZED CONTROL STUDY CHANGES IN TEACHER CONTENT /KNOWLEDGE Learning Mathematics for Teaching IRT Change Score Group Assignment RANDOMIZED CONTROL STUDY CHANGES IN TEACHER’S KNOWLEDGE OF THE/


Sustainable Educator Evaluation and Compensation Supported by the Teacher Incentive Fund Improved educator performance = Increased student growth seec.nefec.org.

Project begin? A: 2013-2014 with pilot schools FAQ Q: Is there opting in and out of the professional development? A: Participation in professional development during the school year is an expectation and may be part of your district’s designated professional development plan/requirement based on the strong relationship between teacher professional learning and student achievement. FAQ Q: Does the evaluation I get under SEEC get turned into the/


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