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Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV. Act 48 Professional Development Plan Approved Jan.14, 2010. Needs Survey Results. Professional development that aligns with National and Pennsylvania Initiatives Supports Student Achievement Continuous Program Improvement and

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midwestern intermediate unit iv

Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV

Act 48 Professional Development Plan

Approved Jan.14, 2010

needs survey results
Needs Survey Results
  • Professional development that aligns with
    • National and Pennsylvania Initiatives
    • Supports Student Achievement
    • Continuous Program Improvement and
    • Assignment needs are a priority
professional education action plans for

Professional EducationAction Plans for

Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV

act 89 action plan
Act 89 Action Plan
  • Description-To increase student achievement as measured by state standards and performance as directed by the student plan.
  • To acquire knowledge regarding evidenced –based practices and current trends according to assignment areas.
  • To apply research/scientifically based to assessment, instructions, and progress reporting to assignment areas.
  • To offer a high standard of technical support to participating nonpublic schools to build local capacity.
act 89 action plan activities
Act 89 Action Plan Activities
  • Adapting Instruction and Assessment
  • Data Driven Decisions
  • Math
  • Reading
  • Response to Instruction and Intervention
administrative leadership action plan
Administrative Leadership Action Plan
  • Description To acquire knowledge regarding best practices and current trends according to assigned areas;
  • To apply best practices to instruction and assessment based upon job assignment;
  • To develop skills in developing a culture that supports student performance involving our various stakeholders and community partners
administrative leadership action plan activities
Administrative Leadership Action Plan Activities
  • Application of Skills and Knowledge
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Leadership Academy
  • Legal Issues
  • Program Specific Courses
best practices action plan activities
Best Practices Action Plan & Activities
  • Description-To increase student achievement as measured by state standards or performance as directed by student’s IEP or student plans
  • To acquire knowledge regarding ”best practices” and current trends according to assignment areas.
  • To offer high standards or technical support to the learning community to build local capacity.
    • Best Practices Application
frew mill action plan
Frew Mill Action Plan
  • Description-To increase student performance and provide high quality instruction while maximizing growth during varying length of student performances.
  • To increase knowledge of Best Practices and current trends with juvenile offenders.
  • To increase technology skills that are integrated into instructional practices
frew mill action plan activities
Frew Mill Action Plan Activities
  • Instruction and Assessment
  • Legal Issues
  • Management of At-Risk students
  • Professional Growth Regarding Frew Mill School culture
  • Technology and Multimedia
special education action plan
Special Education Action Plan
  • Description-To increase student achievement as measured by state standards or performances as directed by the student’s IEP
  • To acquire knowledge regarding ”best practices” and current trends according to assignment areas.
  • To apply “best practices” to assessment, instruction, and interventions according to job assignment
  • To support the use of supplementary supports and services in the least restrictive environment
  • To offer high standards of technical support to the learning community to build local capacity particularly linked to the state performance indicators
special education action plan activities
Special Education Action Plan Activities
  • Knowledge and understand student who are at risk or have disabilities
    • Classroom management and discipline
    • Data driven Decision Making/Progress Monitoring
    • Implementation of LRE/sas
    • State initiatives
    • At risk students and disability information
special education compliance action plan
Special Education Compliance Action Plan
  • Description-To increase student achievement as measured by state standards or performances as directed by the student’s IEP
  • To provide technical assistance on special education compliance for our programs and member districts.
special education compliance action plan activities
Special Education Compliance Action Plan Activities
  • Chapter 14 IDEA
  • Classroom Application
  • IDEA/ESEA
special education curriculum development action plan activities
Special Education Curriculum Development Action Plan & Activities
  • Description-To apply “best practices” to assessment and instruction according to job assignment areas.

Activities

  • Curriculum Development and Application
  • Pilot curriculum
standards aligned system
Standards Aligned System
  • Description-to continue the content driven instruction in alignment with PA Standards Aligned System and its components to increase student achievement
  • To enhance the educator’s content knowledge in his area of certification or assignment
  • To align staffing with current requirements from Commonwealth or Federal Regulations
    • Standards Aligned System Instruction
midwestern intermediate unit iv act 48 continuing professional education plan goals
Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV Act 48 Continuing Professional Education Plan Goals
  • To increase student achievement as measured by state standards or performance as directed by the student’s IEP or student plan
  • To acquire knowledge regarding research/scientifically based and current trends according to assignment areas.
  • To apply research/scientifically based trends to assessment and instruction according to job assignment
  • To offer high standards or technical support to the learning community to build local capacity
paraeducators competency goals standards
Foundation of Special Education

Development and Characteristics of Learners

Individual Learning Differences

Instructional Strategies

Environments and Social Interactions

Language

Instructional Planning

Assessment

Professional and Ethical Practices

Collaboration

Paraeducators Competency Goals Standards
paraeducators learning activities criteria
Paraeducators Learning Activities Criteria
  • Is related to attainment of the PA academic standards and high quality instruction
  • Is planned to address the needs of a school entity and its professional support employees
  • Has clear and concise written content and/or knowledge or skills-based competencies
  • Includes content and instructional methods that are appropriate for the intended competencies to be mastered
  • Measurable increases in student achievement, function and /or support
  • Contributes to building learning communities and continuous improvement
  • Requires that participants demonstrate attainment of competencies
  • Is evaluated by participants
educational interpreters competency goals
Educational Interpreters Competency Goals
  • Voice-to-Sign
    • Prosodic Information
    • Non-manual Information
    • Use of Signing Space
  • Sign-to-Voice
    • Reading and Conveying Signers
    • Vocal/Intonational Features
  • Vocabulary
    • Signs
    • Fingerspelling
    • Overall Factors
      • Message Processing
      • Message Clarity
      • Environment
link to miu iv strategic plan
Link to MIU IV Strategic Plan
  • Our beliefs:
    • All people can learn and learning is a lifelong process
    • All learners require training and access to proven research and technologies
  • Professional Development and Organizational Culture
    • Recruits,sustains and supports a high quality workforce at all levels in a positive organizational culture that is founded on collaboration, shared values and respect.