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Professional Performance Process 2009-10 Principal Level Meetings October 19 & 22, 2009. Outcomes. Be able to communicate the comprehensive framework of the Professional Performance Process Be able to identify next steps for readiness and/or implementation for 2010-11. What is the PPP?.

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Professional performance process 2009 10 principal level meetings october 19 22 2009

Professional Performance Process2009-10Principal Level MeetingsOctober 19 & 22, 2009


Outcomes

Outcomes

  • Be able to communicate the comprehensive framework of the Professional Performance Process

  • Be able to identify next steps for readiness and/or implementation for 2010-11


What is the ppp

What is the PPP?

The Professional Performance Process is a standards-based supervision and evaluation process that promotes continuous improvement and the achievement of high standards.

The PPP is not a portfolio!


Ppp framework

Professional

Professional educators

Educational leaders

Performance

Standards for Professional Educators

Standards for Educational Leaders

Process

Reflection on professional practice

Supervision

Planned conversations

Multiple sources of data

Evaluation

PPP Framework


Ppp framework1

PPP Framework

Professional Educator

Performance Standards


Ppp framework2

PPP Framework

Educational Leader

Performance Standards


Ppp framework3

PPP Framework

  • Process

    • Reflection on professional practice

    • Supervision

      • Ongoing communication

      • Multiple sources of data

    • Evaluation


Ppp readiness plan 2008 09

PPP Readiness Plan2008-09

  • PPP Lesson Plans

    • Supervision and Evaluation (Yesterday and Today)

    • Standards for Professional Educator

    • Attributes of a Successful Learning Environment

    • Artifacts and Multiple Sources of Evidence

    • Growth Producing Feedback

    • 3 Cs (Coaching, Collaborating, and Consulting)


Ppp pilot schools departments

Alvey Elementary School

Buckland Milles Elementary School

Forest Park High School

Fred Lynn Middle School

Gainesville Middle School

Gravely Elementary School

King Elementary School

Leesylvania Elementary School

McAuliffe Elementary School

Montclair Elementary School

New Directions Alternative Education Center

Occoquan Elementary School

Porter Traditional School

Stonewall Middle School

Swans Creek Elementary School

Victory Elementary School

Yorkshire Elementary School

Department of Human Resources

PPP Pilot Schools/Departments


Ppp themes 2009 10

PPP Themes2009-10

  • Use of the Standards-Based Planning Process

    • October Toolkit

  • Knowledge of the Professional Performance Standards

    • November Toolkit

  • Enhancement of Communication Skills (3 Cs)

    • December Toolkit

  • Development of Effective Professional Learning Communities

    • Ongoing with Level Associate Superintendents


Standards based planning process

Standards-Based Planning Process

Standards: What will all teachers know and be able to do as a result of the presentation on the Standards-Based Planning Process?

What are the essential understandings, key

concepts, big ideas, essential questions, and

skills?


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Standards-Based Planning Process- continued

Assessment:How will the teachers and I know when they are successful?

Pre-Assessment:

How will I determine what teachers know and are able to do prior to

beginning instruction?

Formative:

How will I monitor teacher progress?

What formative assessments will I use to check for understanding and

guide instruction?

How will I document data and adjust instruction based on teacher progress?

Summative:

What performance tasks, projects, PLC plans, observations, work

samples, etc. will I use to assess teacher understanding?

What criteria should I include in a rubric to assess performance?


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Standards-Based Planning Process- continued

Task Analysis: What knowledge, skills, and level of

understanding do teachers need to be successful?

Pre-Assessment:

What do the pre-assessment data tell me about the skills and

knowledge on which the teachers will need to focus?

Literacy:

Which academic concepts do teachers need to define and

explain?

Scaffolding:

How will I scaffold instruction for the entire staff, a small group,

and for individual support?


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Standards-Based Planning Process- continued

  • Framing the Learning:

    • What assessments will I use to monitor teacher progress in meeting the

    • identified learning goals?

    • How will I engage teachers to mediate between their prior experiences

    • and needed skills?

    • How will I communicate the standards?

    • How will I communicate specific performance and assessment

    • expectations?

Instruction: What learning experiences will facilitate teacher success?


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Standards-Based Planning Process- continued

  • Learning Experiences:

    • What needs direct instruction through modeling, think

    • alouds, introduction of new information and skills?

    • How will teachers use information or practice skills in small

    • groups to build competence?

    • How will I differentiate?

    • How will teachers practice independently to maintain,

    • extend, or repair competence in the identified knowledge

    • and skills?

    • How will teachers demonstrate independence and

    • confidence in mastery of identified learning objectives?

Instruction: What learning experiences will facilitate teacher success?


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Standards-Based Planning Process- continued

  • Resources:

    • What materials and resources do I need?

    • What texts do I need to provide so each teacher can read, discuss, and

    • write at an independent level?

Instruction: What learning experiences will facilitate teacher success?


Standards based planning toolkit

Standards-Based Planning Toolkit

  • Standards-Based Planning Process video

  • PWCS Standards-Based Planning Process – A Guided Approach

  • Steps to Standards

  • Schoolwide Implementation of Standards-Based Planning


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Standards-Based Planning Process- continued

Reflection: Based on data, how do I refine the learning experiences and/or the assessment?

Analysis of Data

What evidence are teachers presenting of their learning?

How is each teacher reflecting on his/her growth?

Immediate Implications:

How will I adjust instruction based on teacher progress?

How will I remediate for teachers who were not successful or extend for

those who have demonstrated understanding of the learning goal?

Future Planning:

How will I evaluate the success of instructional methods and strategies in

engaging and enhancing teacher engagement?

Based on data, how will I refine the learning experiences?


Central office support and resources

Central Office Support and Resources

  • Level Meetings

  • PPP Website on Intranet

  • Professional Development Support

  • Recommended Books and Articles

  • Teachscape – Divisionwide Implementation 2010-11


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