Domain 4 professional responsibilities
1 / 28

Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Uploaded on

Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities. WHS. Presented by : Mr. Michael Mendes. Building Administration. Principal Ms. Rose A. Sirchio Assistant Principals: Mr. Robert Paneque- Grade 9 & 11 Mr. Mike Mendes - Grades 10 & 12. Agenda-Domain 4 Components. Reflection on Teaching

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities' - blithe

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Domain 4 professional responsibilities

Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities


Presented by :

Mr. Michael Mendes

Building administration
Building Administration


Ms. Rose A. Sirchio

Assistant Principals:

Mr. Robert Paneque- Grade 9 & 11

Mr. Mike Mendes - Grades 10 & 12

Agenda domain 4 components
Agenda-Domain 4 Components

  • Reflection on Teaching

  • Maintaining Accurate Records

  • Communication with Families

  • Participating in Professional Community

  • Growing and Developing Professionally

  • Showing Professionalism

  • Daily Routine

  • Basic Student Expectations

Reflection on teaching
Reflection on Teaching

  • Atlas Rubicon

    • Curriculum MAP

    • Lesson Plan Template attachment

    • Impressions & Reflection

      • What Worked… What Didn’t Work?

      • Common student misunderstandings

      • Question planning … Which offered students’ extension opportunities? How did they respond?

      • Recorded collaboratively during CD time on 1 MAP for revision purposes

  • Use mentor teachers to observe as well as others

Maintaining accurate records
Maintaining Accurate Records

  • Genesis Grade book

    • Timely

    • Specific

    • Accurate

  • Communication logs (phone/email)

  • Student portfolios & samples of work

  • Attendance

    • Taken from period 1 class in Genesis

    • Tardy students marked absent & sent to the office for pass- Office will update attendance

Communication with families
Communication with Families

  • Phone vs. email

    • High profile- call

    • Fact based- email (spell check)

      • (Email correspondence should be back and forth)

  • Parent Conferences

    • Guidance office (use counselors)

    • Strengths and challenges

    • Samples of work, updated grade reports, communication log

    • Action Plan- All parties are responsible for an action.

      • i.e. Parent- HW Hotline, Teacher- after-school assistance, Child- Tracker

    • Follow up date

  • Facts NOT impressions/judgments

    • Your 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 (resources not communication)

Participating in a professional community
Participating in a Professional Community

  • School Community- Get involved

    • Attend school events- Students enjoy seeing their teachers at events!

    • Club Advisor

    • Coach

  • Professional Learning Community

    • Department

Growing and developing professionally
Growing and Developing Professionally

  • CD Period

    • Contribute

    • Listen

  • PLC, Department, Faculty Meetings

  • New Teacher Training & In-Service Days

  • Mentor Teacher- 1st year only

  • Attend Workshops

    • Submission 1 month prior for BOE approval

  • Read

    • Faculty handbook

    • Student handbook

    • Professional literature

Showing professionalism
Showing Professionalism

  • Punctuality

    • Sign in by 7:10 AM

      • If an emergency arises please call main number 732-556-2000

    • Be on-time to duties and meetings

    • Meet deadlines

  • Attendance

  • Dress

    • Dress code in teacher handbook

    • Wear ID

  • Behavior

    • In school community

    • Out of school community

Morning expectations
Morning Expectations

  • Parking

  • Sign in at main office by 7:10 am

    • If an emergency arises please call main number 732-556-2000

  • Check mail box prior to reporting to classroom (from hallway)

  • Students enter between 6:55 and 7:15 – staff should be at doors by classroom or at designated hallways by 7:15

  • Period 1 starts at 7:20 am- submit attendance & issue ID Stickers (if applicable).

End of day expectations
End of Day Expectations

  • Sign out is at 2:12

  • Teachers stay after 1 day a week

    • Extra Help or detention (can be during UL)

    • Tuesdays reserved for department, faculty, PLC

    • New Teacher Academy

Student id badges and lanyards
Student- ID Badges and Lanyards

  • Students wear ID everyday and all day

  • No ID Badge –

    • Block 1 teacher issues sticker (ID Sticker)

    • 3 days no id- write a referral

  • If 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 office

  • Students with no ID will go to end of lunch line

  • Master teachers model procedures: consistently wear your staff ID.

Co curricular activities clubs
Co-curricular Activities - Clubs

  • Scheduling Building/Facility Use

  • Fund Raising Procedures

  • Student Funds/Banking Procedures

Discipline procedures
Discipline Procedures

  • Classroom Management (Team Approach)

  • Ladder of Referral

  • General Discipline Policies

  • Discipline Referral Card

  • Cheating/Plagiarism Policies

  • Dress Code

  • Extra Help Detention, Central Detention, Sat. Det., Lunch Detention

  • In School Suspension, Out of School Suspension

Student cell phones and ipods
Student- Cell Phones and IPODS

Cell Phones/iPods are permitted during Unit Lunch. At any other time they should be out of sight and not in use (unless instructionally appropriate)

  • Master teachers model procedures: do not use cell phones in the classroom or hallways.

Harassment intimidation and bullying definition
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Definition

  • “Harassment, intimidation, or bullying” means any gesture, any written, verbal or physical act, or any electronic communication, as defined in N.J.S.A. 18A:37-14, whether it be a single incident or a series of incidents that:

    1. Is reasonably perceived as being motivated by either any actual or perceived characteristic, such as race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or a mental, physical or sensory disability; or

Harassment intimidation and bullying definition1
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Definition

  • By any other distinguishing characteristic; and that

  • Takes place on school property, at any school-sponsored function, on a school bus, or off school grounds, as provided for in N.J.S.A 18A:37-15.3, that substantially disrupts or interferes with the orderly operation of the school or the rights of other pupils; and that

  • A reasonable person should know, under the circumstances, that the act(s) will have the effect of physically or emotionally harming a pupil or damaging the pupil’s property, or placing a pupil in reasonable fear of physical or emotional harm to his/her person or damage to his/her property; or

  • Has the effect of insulting or demeaning any pupil or group of pupils; or

Harassment intimidation and bullying definition2
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Definition

6. Creates a hostile educational environment for the pupil by interfering with a pupil’s education or by severely or pervasively causing physical or emotional harm to the pupil

“Electronic communication” means a communication transmitted by means of an electronic device, including, but not limited to: a telephone, cellular phone, computer, or pager.

Reporting procedures
Reporting procedures

  • When reporting an incident of HIB:

    • Verbally report the incident immediately to Ivan Goldenberg (ABS), Rob Paneque, Mike Mendes or Frank Janks (back-up ABS)

    • Fill-out the written report and submit to Ivan within one day of the verbal report

    • Teacher report form

Investigation procedure
Investigation procedure

  • Within one school day of the verbal report the principal or designee will initiate an investigation that will be conducted by the Anti-Bullying Specialist.

  • The investigation shall be completed and the written findings submitted to the Principal ASAP but no later than 10 school days.

Field trips
Field Trips

  • Philosophy

  • Request Form

  • Permission Slip

Health room policy
Health Room Policy

  • Unless emergency, student should see teacher for pass before going to nurse

  • Response to frequent use

Crisis intervention substance abuse reporting
Crisis Intervention& Substance Abuse Reporting

  • Reporting of Students

  • I&RS Committee Referrals

    • Guidance (Katie Misa-Director)

  • Child Abuse/Neglect DYFS referrals (MOA)

  • CORE Team Referrals

    • Alyssa Regenye (SAC)

  • School Psychologists

    • Ivan Goldenberg (School Family Liaison)

Emergency procedures
Emergency Procedures

  • PA instructions, situation dictates evacuation or lockdown (red folders)

  • Drill with Pep Rally

  • Fire Drill Requirements/Procedures

Instructional items
Instructional Items

  • AVA Procedures

  • Library Procedures

  • Book Room

  • Supplies

  • Custodial Room


  • Observations

    • Non-tenured = 2- 40 minute and 1-20 minute

  • Pre-Observation Form (and lesson plans)

    • Due day before pre-ob conference

  • Post-Observation Form

    • Due 1 day after the observation

  • Evaluators

    • There will be at least two different

  • PDP

  • Teachscape