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Professional Development Log for Reading Coaches. The Florida Center for Reading Research http://www.fcrr.org 850.644.9352. Reading Coaches. Congratulations! K-3 Reading First Coaches Coaches Grant Elementary Coaches Coaches Grant Middle School Coaches

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Professional Development Log for Reading Coaches

The Florida Center for Reading Research

http://www.fcrr.org

850.644.9352


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Reading Coaches

  • Congratulations!

  • K-3 Reading First Coaches

  • Coaches Grant Elementary Coaches

  • Coaches Grant Middle School Coaches

  • Coaches Grant High School Coaches

  • District sponsored coaches

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Presentation Topics

  • Purpose of Coach’s Log

  • Profile Information

  • Instructions

  • Reporting

  • Tasks

  • Successes and Concerns


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Purpose of Log

  • The Log is a vehicle for information exchange.

  • The Log will enable formative feedback important for reading success.

  • The Log will enable appropriate follow-up support for schools and coaches.


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Instructions

  • Indicate how you spent your time as a Reading Coach during the current reporting period.

  • The Log allows for, but does not require, reporting of daily hours.

  • If you wish to enter daily task hours electronically, the system will total the hours automatically.


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Instructions automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • Time spent on coaching tasks after the regular workday or on weekends may be entered.

  • These extra hours may be added to any day’s hours.


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Instructions automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • Remember, the only required electronic entry is the Task Total for each of the 11 tasks.

  • You must enter 0 instead of leaving a Task Total blank.


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Instructions automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • You will probably want to keep a detailed account of your hourly activities.

  • The blank hourly Log in this handout can be duplicated or you may create your own to facilitate tracking of coaching activities.

  • You may enter portions of hours in the system by using these decimals. 15 minutes = .25; 30 minutes = .50; 45 minutes = .75.


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Reporting automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • Each Log tracks a two week reporting period.

  • The reporting period begins on Wednesday of the first week.

  • The reporting period ends at midnight on Tuesday of the second week.

  • The last reporting period will be the last full reporting period prior to the school’s 185th instructional day.


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Wednesday ???? automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • The Wednesday – Tuesday reporting period allows for a 2 day grace period ending on Thursday.

  • Eliminates the “Freaky Friday” syndrome.

  • Keeps all reporting within the workweek eliminating a possible memory gap over the weekend.


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Reporting Period (RP) automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.


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Reporting automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • On Monday of second week, users will receive a reminder email to complete the Log.

  • If the Log report is not received by Tuesday midnight, a second reminder email will be sent on Wednesday.

  • Absolute deadline for submitting Logs is midnight Thursday following Week 2. After this time, opportunity for submitting the Log for the prior two week period is lost. Only the new log is available for submission.


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2004-05 Reporting Periods…… automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • 7/21-8/3/2004 1

  • 8/4-8/17/2004 2

  • 8/18-8/31/2004 3

  • 9/1-9/14/2004 4

  • 9/15-9/28/2004 5

  • 9/29-10/12/2004 6

  • 10/13-10/26/2004 7

  • 10/27-11/9/2004 8

  • 11/10-11/23/2004 9

  • 11/24-12/7/2004 10

  • 12/8-12/21/2004 11

  • 12/22/-1/4/2005 12


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2004-05 Reporting Periods…… automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • 1/5-1/18/2005 13

  • 1/19-2/1/2005 14

  • 2/2-2/15/2005 15

  • 2/16-3/1/2005 16

  • 3/2-3/15/2005 17

  • 3/16-3/29/2005 18

  • 3/30-4/12/2005 19

  • 4/13-4/26/2005 20

  • 4/27-5/10/2005 21

  • 5/11-5/24/2005 22

  • 5/25-6/7/2005 23

  • 6/8-6/21/2005 24

  • 6/22-7/5/2005 25


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Log Tasks automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • The coach’s main tasks revolve around professional development activities to

  • support

  • model and

  • continuously improve instructional programs in reading to assure reading improvement for all K-3 students


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Save Often!! automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • When completing the log online, remember to save often.

  • See page 14 of the PMRN User’s Manual for explanation of how to enter data in “computer friendly ways”.


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Web Resources automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

Downloadable Log:

http://www.fcrr.org/pmrn/user_guides/coachlog.pdf

Log FAQs:

http://www.fcrr.org/pmrn/faqscl.htm


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Summary automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

  • Information collected on the Log will strengthen program implementation.

  • The Log will enable a support system for coaches.

  • The Log will help to focus the coach’s work on tasks that are linked to improving teaching and learning.

  • Using the Log will help keep track of a most valuable resource – time.


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Contact Us automatically figure the appropriate percentages per task and the total number of hours for the reporting period.

Florida Center for Reading Research

227 N. Bronough Street, Suite 7250

Tallahassee, FL 32301

866.471.5019 Toll Free

850.644.9085 Fax

[email protected]


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