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    • Professional Development Green Primary School Jeremy Brueck April 25, 2007
    • Background & Observations
      • 2nd Grade Classroom Teacher
        • 2 years teaching experience
      • Observation 1
        • Language Arts lesson
        • Students share their writing with classmates
        • Class reads play
      • Observation 2
        • Science lesson
        • Reader’s Theater covering Water Cycle
        • Follow-up questions
    • Pre/Post Questions
      • Pre-Conference Questions
        • What specific prior knowledge and skills do students need in order to be successful in reaching the learning goals of the lesson?
        • What instructional materials have you selected for this lesson and how do these instructional materials help you achieve the learning goals you set for your students?
      • Post-Conference Questions
        • Did you depart from anything you had planned to do during this lesson? If so, when and why?
        • Based on what happened today what do you plan to do next with this class?
    • 2006-2007 District Aims DISTRICT AIMS Greenwood Kleckner Middle School High School Intermediate
      • We are always looking for ways to improve.
      Increasing Student Achievement Efficient & Effective Operations Safe Environment
    • Nine Characteristics of High Performing Schools www.k12.wa.us/research/pubdocs/pdf/9charactfor%20SIP.pdf
      • Clear and shared focus
      • High standards and expectations for all students
      • Effective school leadership
      • High levels of collaboration and communication
      • Curriculum, instruction, and assessment aligned with standards
      • Frequent monitoring of learning and teaching
      • Focused professional development
      • Supportive learning environment
      • High levels of family and community involvement
    • What are we doing?
      • Academic Content Standards used to evaluate PD providers and events and to create in-house sessions
      • DASL & student data training materials
      • Web-based lesson plans
      • Self assessment tools
      • Curriculum alignment tools
      • Diagnostic assessments
      • Intervention strategies
    • How did we get here? Changing relationships and teaching strategies Collaboration Ownership Extending teaching and learning opportunities New interactions / Relationships Coordinated focused curriculum Smaller classes Site-based councils Ninety-minute teaching blocks Schools within schools Teaching teams Common planning First Order Change Second Order Change
    • Individual PD Plan
      • Self Evaluation
        • Conversational, open-ended
        • Pre AND Post evaluations
      • Provide Resources
        • 2nd Grade Science PD Plan
        • Science Curriculum Map
        • Conference or Training Opportunities
      • Team with Mentor Teacher/PLC
        • Assist with planning
        • Observe model lessons
    • Self Evaluation: Standards
      • Are you aware of GLIs?
      • Are you using GLIs for planning instruction?
      • Are instructional materials and assessments aligned with GLIs?
      • Are additional materials needed based on assessments and understanding of standards-based instruction?
      • Have you begun discussions about standards with other teachers across and within grade levels?
    • 2nd Grade Science PD Plan Ohio Environments and Habitats Session 1 (20 minutes): differentiate between environments and habitats Session 2 (30-45 minutes): introduce map and linked resources. Session 3 (60 minutes): discuss materials and instructional strategies. Session 4 (30-45 minutes): review assessments and link to instructional resources Plants and Animals Around the Year Session 1 (30-45 minutes): introduce map and linked resources. Session 2 (60 minutes): discuss materials and instructional strategies Session 3 (30-45 minutes): review assessments and link to instructional resources Session 1 (30-45 minutes): introduce the map and linked resources. Session 2 (60 minutes): discuss materials and instructional strategies Session 3 (30-45 minutes): review assessments and link to instructional resources. Session 1 (30-45 minutes): introduce the map and linked resources. Session 2 (60 minutes): discuss materials and instructional strategies Session 3 (30-45 minutes): review assessments and link to instructional resources. Specific Professional Development Plan 16; life science, scientific inquiry, ways of knowing and technology 9; earth science, science and technology and scientific inquiry 7; earth science, science and technology and scientific inquiry # of Indicators Covered 9 weeks (45 instructional days) 3 to 4 weeks; 15 to 20 instructional days 5 to 6 weeks; 25 to 30 instructional days Suggested Instructional Time Life Science (characteristics and structure of life; diversity; interdependence of Life) Physical Science (light, sound and technology) Earth Science (sun, moon, stars and weather)
    • Science Curriculum Map Aligned Resources Common Assessments
    • Questions?