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  1. AUSD BTSA Induction Board Report September 11, 2007

  2. BTSA Induction Serves • New teachers in their first 2 years of teaching with a credential • 2042 Multiple/Single Subject Preliminary -Required • Clear Multiple and Single Subject -Optional • Ryan Preliminary -Optional(Counts towards Clear) • Level 1 Special Ed -Optional(Counts towards Clear) • Level 1 ROP -Optional • Not Interns or those with emergency credentials

  3. 2007-2008 • Of the 50 Brand New Hires to AUSD this Fall • 22 BTSA Year 1 • 2 BTSA Year 2 • Also Participating are: • 18 re-hired Temps now in BTSA Year 2 (4 temps did not return) • 5 newly credentialed teachers Year 1 47 TOTAL: 27 Year 1, 20 Year 2 (4 more than last year)

  4. Support Providers • 33 active for 2007-08 • 10 newly trained this year • 11 continuing Year 2 training • 13 fully trained continuing to support • SP Retention Rate 80% • All Support Providers receive four 2-hour Advanced Training sessions each year • Mentoring Matters • Induction Requirements • Support Provider Identified Needs

  5. Training that builds on pre-service learning Learning for Standards A Balance of Support and Challenge 2 Year Process What is Induction? Teachers Showing Application of Standards Support Provider Coaching Job-embedded Professional development Inquiry Cycle: Plan, Teach, Reflect, Apply Using Student Data Self-directed Learning Plan Using the CA Standards for the Teaching Profession Peer Observation and feedback

  6. Program Requirements • Meeting Attendance • 5, including Colloquium • Formative Assessment • Meet approx. once a week with a Support Provider to do inquiry and reflection using teacher observation and student data • Professional Development in Induction Standards 15-20 • 3 hours in each Standard (9 hrs per year) • Induction Portfolio of 46 elements • Teachers show evidence they are implementing the standards NEW

  7. Induction Standards 15-20 • Standard 15 - Content Standards • Standard 16 - Using Technology • Standard 17 - Equity and Diversity • Standard 18 - Safe, Healthy Environments • Standard 19 -Teaching English Learners • Standard 20 - Teaching Special Populations (Special Ed, GATE)

  8. East Bay BTSA InductionConsortium (EBBIC) • 5 Districts: Alameda, Berkeley, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Newark (Lead) • District Coordinator: Shirley Clem • Site Coordinators: Cindy Frankel, Diana Kenney, Terrill Olsen • Support Providers • Participating Teachers

  9. Coordinating our Efforts • EBBIC Leadership Team - Newark Directors and District Coordinators design Induction program in compliance with state requirements • Input From All Stakeholders • Advisory Board, District Coordinators, Site Coordinators, Support Providers and Participating Teachers • Meeting Discussions, Surveys, Analysis of program data • District Coordinator implements local program

  10. District Coordinator works with EBBIC and District to: • Provide BTSA training • New Teacher Orientation • BTSA Induction Orientation/Advisement • 3 CFASST meetings • 4 Support Provider Advanced trainings • Colloquium • Coordinate Induction Standards Staff Development • Verify progress of all Participating Teachers • 1:1 Conferences twice each year • CFASST Completion • Induction Portfolio • Professional Development Requirements

  11. Outcomes • Teachers obtain Clear Credential • Teachers learn best practices for professional growth, collaboration and inquiry • Increased knowledge of subject matter, students and pedagogy for Standards • Teacher Growth = Increased Student Achievement • Teacher retention in the profession

  12. eCoach: An online learning environment • Communication • Team Page - BTSA Calendar -Message Center • Post & share work -Forum - Blog • Coaching • Online Feedback with lesson planning, IIPs, projects, etc. • Resources • Web links - BTSA/CFASST documents • Teacher Created Lesson plans/units -District info • Universal Builder • Project templates -Survey builder • Induction Plan Template -Portfolio template • Lesson/Unit Planning -Self-assessment rubrics

  13. Team Page for Support Providers and Participating Teachers • Announcements • Links to CFASST Forms, Surveys, Roster, Forums, Assignments, Calendar, • Everything in one place

  14. eCoach Provides • Improved Communication • Instant access to latest BTSA & district information, updated materials, etc. • Ability to provide timely feedback through online coaching • Ability to provide professional development online, including make-up opportunities for missed trainings • Instant survey data • Teacher accountability, Built-in record keeping • Tools for teaching and collaboration

  15. BTSA Highlights • 47 Participants - Half of our New Hires • We retained 18 out of 23 Year 1’s from last year • Support Provider Return Rate High • EBBIC and District partnership • eCoach -Tool for BTSA program implementation, as well as teacher planning, collaboration & resources

  16. BTSA Induction “Wisdom comes from observation and experience, not just education.”