You’ll have to do them for years to come. Professional Growth Plan. So this is good practice!. It’s a state requirement !. It’s New!. It’s not too bad…. Objective & Rationale. What’s a Professional Growth Plan (PGP)?.
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You’ll have to do them for years to come. Professional Growth Plan So this is good practice! It’s a staterequirement! It’s New! It’s not too bad…
What’s a Professional Growth Plan (PGP)? • “Essentially a PGP is a plan an educator intends to implement for growth over the coming year. Educators strive to instill a sense of "life-long learning" in the students they work with, and this is a natural extension of that philosophy. By working towards the "career level" benchmarks of the educator standards for the appropriate role, an educator is expected to continue to grow professionally while becoming more proficient in knowledge and skills already developed.” Source: http://program.pesb.wa.gov/professional-growth-plan-pgp-t/professional-growth-plans-pgp-faq#TOC-PGP-from-Preparation-Program
What do you have to do? • Complete the edTPA; • Complete the “Self-Assessment of Professional Dispositions and Expectations for Block IV.”; • Complete the “This I Believe” assignment; • Analyze your teacher-self with regard to internal and external standards; • Write your response to two tasks: Complete on Task Stream
What do you have to do? E. Write your response to two tasks: 1. provide ½ page responses to each prompt: a. teaching strengths and weaknesses; b. your reaction to “All students can learn.” 2. Hard copy to BP / MR Hard copy to BP / MR & upload to Task Stream