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Promising Practices in OST Professional Development. December 14, 2012. OSTRC. The Out-of-School Time Resource Center promotes youth achievement by supporting staff and enriching programs. With a focus on out-of-school time (OST), we: Identify and coordinate resources.

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ostrc
OSTRC

The Out-of-School Time Resource Center promotes youth achievement by supporting staff and enriching programs. With a focus on out-of-school time (OST), we:

  • Identify and coordinate resources.
  • Conduct research and evaluation.
  • Recommend changes in practice and policy.
session goals
Session Goals
  • Understand how to design, implement, and assess quality out-of-school time professional development
  • Recognize the research behind the promising practices
  • Identify local and national professional development resources
defining ost pd
Defining OST PD

Professional development refers to a spectrum of activities, resources, and supports that help practitioners work more effectively with or on behalf of children and youth. Professional development formats include workshops, technical assistance, apprenticeships, and additional diverse offerings. Practitioners can be full-time staff, part-time staff, volunteers, teenagers, parents, or other non-staff members, provided that the professional development experience culminates in supporting OST youth participants. (Peter, 2009)

types of ost pd
Types of OST PD
  • Workshops and trainings
  • Technical Assistance (TA)
  • Conferences
  • Peer networking
  • Peer mentoring
  • Coursework
  • Professional memberships
  • Certifications
goals and objectives
Goals and Objectives

Goal: A statement that describes what the learner will gain from instruction in broad terms

Objective: A specific and measurable statement that describes what the learner will know or be able to do as a result of engaging in an activity. S.M.A.R.T. Objectives:

Specific

Measurable

Achievable

Realistic

Time

needs assessments
Needs Assessments
  • Surveys
  • Polls
  • Interviews
  • Focus Groups
  • Inventories
  • Other?
adult learners
Adult Learners
  • Are autonomous, experienced, self-directed, knowledgeable, practical, goal-oriented, and relevancy-oriented.
  • Are motivated by social relationships, social welfare, compliance, personal advancement, escape, stimulation, and cognitive interest.
evaluation
Evaluation

“Evaluation is the systematic investigation of merit or worth.”

-Thomas Guskey

University of Kentucky

pop quiz what kind of evaluation is this

Formative

Summative

Quantitative

Qualitative

Longitudinal

Snapshot

Objective Observation

Participant Observation

Formative

Summative

POP QUIZ!What kind of evaluation is this?

Longitudinal

Objective Observation

  • Jack Frost is 85 years old. For the past 70 years, he has completed an annual survey that measures the effects of Global Warming.
  • Noel is in charge of planning the office holiday party this year. Since attendance has been low in the past, she decided to survey her coworkers to better understand what changes can be made in this year’s preparations.
  • Nick was recently hired by Chris Cringle to evaluate how productive his employees are, and was given strict instructions not to help in anyway.
  • Holly & Ivy are curious about how effective their workshop held last week was; they have scheduled 5 focus groups to get feedback from all workshop participants.

Qualitative

levels of evaluation
Levels of Evaluation
  • Satisfaction
  • Acquisition of knowledge and skills
  • Institutional integration
  • Application
  • Extension
  • Student impact
  • (Professional Identity)
resources
Resources
  • OSTRC Online Document Library: www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc/doclibrary/index.html
  • OSTRC Publications: www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc/research/ostrcpubs.html
  • OSTRC PD Evaluation Toolkits: www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc/research/Toolkits.html
  • Promising Practices in OST PD: www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc/doclibrary/documents/PromisingPracticesinOut-of-SchoolTimeProfessionalDevelopment_000.pdf
  • Promising Practices in OST PD/Annotated Bibliography: www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc/doclibrary/documents/AnnotatedBibliography-PromisingPracticesinOut-of-SchoolTimeProfessionalDevelopment.pdf
  • Defining Our Terms: Professional Development in OST: www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc/doclibrary/documents/DefiningOurTerms-ProfessionalDevelopmentinOut-of-SchoolTime.pdf
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Questions and comments
  • Challenge Cards