Professional Development and Staff Development - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

professional development and staff development n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Professional Development and Staff Development PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Professional Development and Staff Development

play fullscreen
1 / 11
Professional Development and Staff Development
204 Views
Download Presentation
chogan
Download Presentation

Professional Development and Staff Development

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Professional Development and Staff Development Professional Development as a state of mind A personal View Geoff Rebbeck QTLS FIfL

  2. Start position • Staff development activity is not sufficient in creating outstanding teaching • The OfSted model of ‘what is good teaching’ is at variance with what students say • Technology ‘for the one’ now accommodates individual professional journeys

  3. If..... • Staff Development as a group process is not enough in creating outstanding teaching • The OfSted model of ‘what is good teaching’ is at variance with what students say • Technology ‘for the one’ now accommodates individual professional journeys Then we have reached a point of new possibilities in how we respond to professionalism and its development in teaching

  4. The rise of the Reflective teacher a teacher who reflects and draws conclusions based on reflection of events, issues and circumstances that affect them directly and individually as a tutor will gain a better understanding of how to do well in their immediate world – IfL 2011

  5. Journey Engage Learning from… Reinforce with peers Less able More able Novel learning Any time learning Independent Challenge peers Negotiated paced Self managing Others’ experiences Understanding Accidental learning In-class learning Supported Edutainment Authenticity Storing Pacing Teacher paced Recording Own experience into How does technology help develop learning? repeat activity complete new activity devise own games engage through games tutor Keep e-record of learning keeps own e-record of understanding explore alternative perspectives write from own experience teacher sets activity and time learner chooses activity and time tutor provides constant guidance learner chooses own direction tutor responsibility shared responsibility

  6. Refinement of technology Mapping Record of achievement Reflective Personal Mapping ILP Private Social IfL Reflect Wordpress Facebook EBS bolt-on Maytas MySpace Pebble Pad Moodle PLP Learning Assistant Sakai Evernote PaperFree Mahara Blackboard Fronter ELGG YouTube ITunes

  7. Professional development in practice Professional Development Staff Development Employer choice of direction College & statutory requirements Milestones Validation by others Supported by indicative content • Personal Choice of direction • Personal interest & imperatives • A journey • Self-validating • Supported by colleagues In essence CPD improves knowledge and reflection on effectiveness as a means of conditioning tutors to better meet the needs of employers and learners.

  8. Professional development as a common virtue Higher level thinking or Meta-Skills • Drive to think & work flexibly • Ability to adapt technology to purposeful pedagogy • Vision to create imaginative blended learning design • Curiosity to involve learners in curriculum delivery & design • Imagination to develop future learning plans • Desire to account for personal and purposeful effectiveness • Capacity to develop collaborative and co-operative working

  9. Professional Development and Staff Development Follow links to view examples of an ITQ by reflection Thanet ITQ Paula Stroud Jenny Bean Nick Holbrooke-Sutcliffe Nigel Breadman Professional Development as a state of mind Geoff Rebbeck QTLS FIfL grebbeck@me.com

  10. Professional Development and Staff Development Professional Development as a state of mind Geoff Rebbeck QTLS FIfL grebbeck@me.com