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Welcome New PDC Reps and Alternates!. …and current PDC members!. Leadership: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students requires skillful school and district leaders who guide continuous instructional improvement.

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welcome new pdc reps and alternates

Welcome New PDC Reps and Alternates!

…and current PDC members!

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Leadership: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students requires skillful school and district leaders who guide continuous instructional improvement.
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Leadership: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students requires skillful school and district leaders who guide continuous instructional improvement.
how are you
How are you??????????
  • Please choose an object from the table and make a group of 3.
  • How does the object you chose represent how you are feeling in these first weeks of summer?
new to pdc hmmmmm
New to PDC…HMMMMM???
  • Please choose a different object from the table and make a group of 3.
  • How does the object you chose represent how you are feeling about being a Professional Development committee rep?
your two hats
Your two hats…

Building PDC Chair & PD Leader

Member of the District Committee

Leadership: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students requires skillful school and district leaders who guide continuous instructional improvement.

your two hats1
Your two hats…
  • Building PDC Chair & PD Leader
    • Planning PD Days
    • Evaluating PD time in the building
    • New teachers in your building
  • Member of the District Committee
    • Oversight of district development
      • Suggestions & improvement, evaluations
    • PD Workshop funds
    • Staying current with district initiatives

Leadership: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students requires skillful school and district leaders who guide continuous instructional improvement.

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Context

Process

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Context

Process

Content

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Facilitators:
  • Elementary
  • Middle
  • Technology
enduring understanding essential questions for 2009 10
Enduring Understanding & Essential Questions for 2009-10
  • Enduring Understandings:
    • PDC reps are leaders at the building level and the district level.
    • PDC reps are lead learners.
  • Essential Questions:
    • How does a PDC rep impact the building?
    • How does the PDC influence the district?
who is in the room
Who is in the room?

Four Corners…sort of…

Group 1:

0-5 years in the district

5+ years in the district

Learning Communities: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students organizes adults into learning communities whose goals are aligned with those of the school and district

what is your level of concern about being a pdc rep
What is your level of concern about being a PDC rep?
  • Concerns Based Adoption Model (CBAM) Levels
      • Levels of Concern
levels of concern
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
      • PD-What?
levels of concern1
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
      • PD-What?
  • 1: Informational
    • I’m here to get more information
    • Nuts and Bolts
levels of concern2
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
      • PD-What?
  • 1: Informational
    • I’m here to get more information
    • Nuts and Bolts
  • 2:Personal
    • How will this leadership role affect me?
levels of concern3
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
      • PD-What?
  • 1: Informational
    • I’m here to get more information
    • Nuts and Bolts
  • 2:Personal
    • How will this leadership role affect me?
  • 3: Management
      • I seem to be spending all my time with the nuts and bolts, answering questions etc.
      • Still not in the “zone”
levels of concern4
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
      • PD-What?
  • 1: Informational
    • I’m here to get more information
    • Nuts and Bolts
  • 2:Personal
    • How will this leadership role affect me?
  • 3: Management
      • I seem to be spending all my time with the nuts and bolts, answering questions etc.
      • Still not in the “zone”
  • 4: Consequence
      • How am I going to impact my building?
      • How can I refine my role to have more?
levels of concern5
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
      • PD-What?
  • 1: Informational
    • I’m here to get more information
    • Nuts and Bolts
  • 2:Personal
    • How will this leadership role affect me?
  • 3: Management
      • I seem to be spending all my time with the nuts and bolts, answering questions etc.
      • Still not in the “zone”
  • 4: Consequence
      • How am I going to impact my building?
      • How can I refine my role to have more?
  • 5: Collaboration
      • How can I relate what I’m doing to what others are doing? (Lead Mentor, Cohort Leaders, Administrators, Data teams…)
levels of concern6
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
      • PD-What?
  • 1: Informational
    • I’m here to get more information
    • Nuts and Bolts
  • 2:Personal
    • How will this leadership role affect me?
  • 3: Management
      • I seem to be spending all my time with the nuts and bolts, answering questions etc.
      • Still not in the “zone”
  • 4: Consequence
      • How am I going to impact my building?
      • How can I refine my role to have more?
  • 5: Collaboration
      • How can I relate what I’m doing to what others are doing? (Lead Mentor, Cohort Leaders, Administrators, Data teams…)
  • 6: Refocusing
      • I have ideas about something new that would make the role of PDC rep even better in my building.
levels of concern7
Levels of Concern…
  • 0: Awareness
  • 1: Informational
  • 2:Personal
  • 3: Management
  • 4: Consequence
  • 5: Collaboration
  • 6: Refocusing

Talk with your group about where you fall on the CBAM scale and why!

who is in the room1
Who is in the room?

Four Corners…sort of…

Group 2:

South and North Area

Central and West Areas

Learning Communities: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students organizes adults into learning communities whose goals are aligned with those of the school and district

what do you already know about what a pdc rep does
What do you already know about what a PDC rep does?
  • Work with your CBAM group.
  • List what you already know in blue.
  • List what you THINK might be true of PDC in green.
  • Add your questions in purple.
pdc roles responsibilities
PDC Roles & Responsibilities
  • Created by PDC 05-06, used for the first time 06-07
    • Learns and Applies
    • Advocates for HQPD
    • Acts as a resource
    • Communicates
    • Evaluates PD
innovation configurations
INNOVATION CONFIGURATIONS
  • A road map of what an innovation could look like.
  • Not evaluative, just helps you gauge your progress.
  • Look through the IC’s
    • Any questions answered?
    • Any questions raised?
    • Back to your poster….what is left unanswered?
innovation configurations1
INNOVATION CONFIGURATIONS
  • A road map of what an innovation could look like.
  • Not evaluative, just helps you gauge your progress.
  • Look through the IC’s
    • Any questions answered?
    • Any questions raised?
    • Back to your poster….what is left unanswered?
who is in the room2
Who is in the room?

Four Corners…sort of…

Group 3:

Experience on PDC at district or building level

First time!

Staff Development Website

Learning Communities: Staff Development that improves the learning of all students organizes adults into learning communities whose goals are aligned with those of the school and district

where does the work of pdc come from
Where does the work of PDC come from?
  • State of Missouri Guidelines
major responsibilities and job description
Major responsibilities and Job Description
  • Building PD (building)
      • School goals: Where is the PD to accomplish the goals?
      • Building level Professional Development time
        • 09-10 PD Calendar
  • Overseeing district professional development
      • New Teacher support (building)
      • Mentors (building)
      • 1% funding approval
building hat
Building Hat…
  • New teachers & Mentors
    • Do you know who your Lead Mentor is?
    • New Teacher Orientation
      • August 6-7, 10-11
      • Website
new parkway teachers
New Parkway Teachers…
  • Website
  • What do teachers new to your building need to know to start the school year?
  • Who do you as PDC rep need to connect with regarding new teachers?
building pd district pd days
Building PD/District PD Days
  • PD Calendar
  • Your school goals should guide your planning.
    • Where are your school goals located?
    • Directions to locate school goals.
details
Details….
  • Meeting dates
  • PDC Mentors
  • National Staff Development Council
    • Staff Development Basics
review
Review…
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • IC’s
  • Next steps?
    • Highlight on your IC’s
    • Circle items others need to know
  • Share!
thank you
Thank you…
  • Teacher leaders play a highly significant role in the work of the school and in school improvement efforts. Precisely because of its informal and voluntary nature, teacher leadership represents the highest level of professionalism. Teacher leaders are not being paid to do their work; they go the extra mile out of a commitment to the students they serve.

Teacher Leadership That Strengthens Professional Practice

mentors
Mentors…
  • No architectural firm would ask a newly licensed architect to single handedly design a major building the first week on the job. Rather she would work on a team with more experienced architects. Similarly a newly licensed accountant would not be assigned a major client to handle on his own. At the very least, he would be mentored by an experienced colleague and would gradually assume greater responsibility for the firms clients.
    • Teacher Leadership That Strengthens Professional Practice

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