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ED 690Understanding, Supporting, and Facilitating the Spirit of PI-34 August 2014 – Day Two
Good Morning • Morning Ice Breaker: • Only child, oldest child, middle child, or youngest child • What do you like best about your familial position? What drove or drives you crazy about others?
Assignment Information PI-34 Meeting Agenda Servant Leadership Reflection Essay PDP Assignment
Meeting Agenda • Due Wedneday morning (tomorrow) • Let’s look at syllabus and rubric • Guidelines for assignment • Agenda • Ice Breaker • Handouts – One-page copy for each participant
Reflective Essay • 2-3 page essay connecting PI-34 to Servant Leadership • Due by August 20 (via e-mail attachment) • Take a few minutes to review handouts related to Franciscan Values and Servant Leadership – pick at least one of those characteristics. • Questions
Professional Development Plan Assignment • That is what we are going to start working on now . . . • Professional Development Plan Options (Select 1) • Write a Professional Development Plan • Prepare a Mentor Plan to support teachers in writing and completing their PDPs • Prepare a Workshop Plan or Power Point to help teachers understand the connection between their PPGs and their PDP • Do you have another idea for demonstrating your understanding of the PDP process? – See instructor
Goal Setting Reflection on Standards Wishes, Dreams, Goals What inspires you?
Individual Reflection on Standards • Review the administrator and teacher standards (INTASC and WI) along with the Danielson Framework handout. • Do a personal reflection on EITHER the administrator standards or teacher standards – What are your strengths and opportunities for growth?
Wishes, Dreams and Goals • We subject ourselves to three fundamental principles: • Wishes. "I wish I could win the lottery." • Dreams. "I want to retire at the coast." • Goals. "I will retire at the coast by building my personal wealth, through strategic financial planning." • In groups of 2-4, make some wishes, dreams and goals for our/your education system • Post on large paper. Let’s do a gallery walk of wishes, dreams, and goals
What inspires you? • Looking at those dreams, wishes and goals, what inspires you? • Consider your reflection on the teacher/administrator standards, how might some of these ideas fit into these standards?
Quotation • “A goal is created 3 times. First, as a mental picture. Second, when written down to add clarity and dimension. And third, when you take action toward its achievement.” Gary Ryan Blair • The PDP process is designed to help educators achieve these three steps.
SMART Goals • Specific • Measurable • Attainable • Results Based • Time Bound • SOME NOTES: • SMART, not required • Goal can be academic, behavioral, socio-emotional
Comparing the PDP to SLOs and PPGs • THE PDP REQUIRES NEW PROFESSIONAL LEARNING. SO DOES THE PPG. • THE PDP REQUIRES VERIFICATION OF STUDENT LEARNING. SO DOES THE SLO. • THE PURPOSE OF THE PDP IS FOR LICENSE RENEWAL. THE PURPOSE OF THE SLO AND PPG IS EDUCATOR EFFECTIVENESS. • THE PDP IS FOR MULTIPLE YEARS. SLOsAND PPGsARE LIKELY ANNUAL. • THE PDP IS APPROVED BY DPI TRAINED, PDP REVIEWERS. SLOs AND PPGsARE REVIEWED BY DISTRICT ADMINISTRATORS.
Writing your PDP Goal • Remember Step I – Reflection • Step II -- Writing the Goal • The goal must be informed by: 1. Self reflection 2. Connected to the Wisconsin Teacher/Administrator Standards or InTASCStandards • The goal must describe how: 1. It will impact professional growth 2. It will impact student learning
Creating your Vision What do you desire to learn that would be so compelling to inspire your growth professionally AND Have a positive effect on student learning?
Goal Setting Interview • 1. Tell me about your current school and teaching/educational situation. (A) • 2. What are your strengths as a teacher/administrator? (C) • 3. What are some of your challenges? (C) • 4. Based upon your responses to the previous questions, what do you want to learn that will impact student learning? ( B) • 5. What possible activities will facilitate your growth and also impact student learning? (E) • 6. How will you know you have achieved your goal? (D)
Common Goal Stems • Teacher: I will . . . (research, learn, investigate) so that students will . . . (desired impact on student learning) • Administrator: I will . . . (research, learn, investigate)so that teachers will . . . (desired impact on teacher practices) so that students will . . .(desired impact on student learning)
Circles of Learning • Complete three 3 circles of learning relate to this morning’s activities
Time for Meeting Agenda PreparationWhat have I learned about PI-34?What will I share with colleagues? How will I share it? Agree/Disagree Chart Vision Challenge and Response Framework for Professional Development The PDP K-12 Standards of the Heart Return to Agree/Disagree Chart and Questions on White Boards
Questions/Needs • We are half way through our time together – What are questions, clarifications, or needs you have at this time? • Discuss at your tables and post on white boards.
Possible Questions • Online Licensing – overview on DPI • Initial Administrator Team – • Administrator (peer role), • Administrator, • IHE with Administrative License • No stipulation about % of contract. What matters is consistent contact with group of “students” • ONLINE PDP training coming Fall 2014 • OTHERS ?
Sample PDP Goal Statements • In pairs, review the list of sample goal statements: • General Comments? • Strong ones? • Areas of concern?
Writing the PDP Power Point USE SAMPLE AS WE WORK THROUGH PDP POWER POINT
For Tomorrow • MEETING AGENDA PRESENTATIONS • Bring PDP goal statement or ideas for the other PDP option you’ve selected • BRING LAP TOP or FLASH DRIVE
Closure Swimming story: How does this analogy relate to the mentoring process?