Professional Learning Plan SARA PERRIN APRIL, 2012
What is Important? Doing my best to accommodate all learners, and helping students to reach their potential Standards based teaching Reflection on my teaching and on student learning Collaborating with colleagues Continued professional growth To make a positive difference in the teaching and learning community
My Growth as A Graduate Student Knowledge of TPACK Applying TPACK to lesson development Incorporating technology into teaching to help students reach educational goals Greater reflection of my own practice
Goals as a Student in the MATC Program Begin to incorporate knowledge of TPACK and educational technology into courses focused on curriculum development Learn ways to become a teacher leader, not just in the area of educational technology, but curriculum as well
Goals as an Educator Begin to thoughtfully incorporate technological tools into my teaching Taking a leadership role in my building which focuses on using technology to support learning
Meeting these Goals Take what I have learned and apply it to coursework in my future MATC coursework Plan lessons which are focused on learning goals and use TPACK to unsure connections between content, pedagogical, and technological knowledge Choose appropriate technologies, which foster deeper understandings and help a variety of learners reach learning goals Reflect on how different technological tools helped students reach learning goals
Meeting these Goals Join a committee dedicated to technology integration within the building or district Help facilitate teachers’ learning of new technologies and how to effectively incorporate them into their practice Introduction of the TPACK framework and what it means for teaching with technology Workshops focused on integrating technology using TPACK Making myself available as a resource if needed for other educators in the building
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