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PD Overview Presentation - Used for our Federal Programs Review meeting with all Stakeholders on June 11, 2012. Presentation developed by Tezella G. Cline, PD Specialist for LCPS.

PD Overview Presentation - Used for our Federal Programs Review meeting with all Stakeholders on June 11, 2012. Presentation developed by Tezella G. Cline, PD Specialist for LCPS.

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  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 My name is Tezella Cline and I serve as Professional Development Specialist for Lenoir County Public Schools
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 Today I will share the current Professional Development Standards, the goals and characteristics of High-Quality Professional Development and I will highlight the key initiatives for that we are focusing on this school year. I will also provide examples of how our Professional Development offerings support our most at-risk NCLB Subgroups and provide information about how we offer district-level funding for teachers to attend key state conferences. I also wish to note that planning for Professional Development is ongoing and we are currently in the process of planning for the 2011 – 2012 school year .
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 The NC Professional Development Standards state that the goal of Professional Development is to help educators in developing the knowledge, skills, behaviors, and insights needed to become effective teachers in the 21 st Century. The Instructional Effectiveness Team supports this premise and uses the NC Professional Development Standards and the 21 st Century Framework to guide district-level decisions concerning professional development for Lenoir County Public Schools. The Standards are organized according to Context Standards (the organization, system, culture), Process Standards (the how), and content Standards (the What)
  • Based on research by the Professional Development Organization, Learning Forward … formerly the National Staff Development Council, the standards provide the vision and framework for making professional development more responsive to the learning needs of both educators and students. *********Background notes: Do Not Read******** DO NOT READ…… CONTEXT STANDARDS Learning Communities: Staff development that improves the learning of all students organizes adults into learning communities whose goals are aligned with those of the school and district. Leadership: Staff development that improves the learning of all students requires skillful school and district leaders who guide continuous instructional improvement. Resources: Staff development that improves the learning of all students requires resources to support adult learning and collaboration. PROCESS STANDARDS Data-Driven:Staff development that improves the learning of all students uses disaggregated student data to determine adult learning priorities, monitor progress, and help sustain continuous improvement.Evaluation:Staff development that improves the learning of all students uses multiple sources of information to guide improvement and demonstrate its impact. Research-Based:Staff development that improves the learning of all students prepares educators to apply research to decision making. Design:Staff development that improves the learning of all students uses learning strategies appropriate to the intended goal. Learning:Staff development that improves the learning of all students applies knowledge about human learning and change. Collaboration:Staff development that improves the learning of all students provides educators with the knowledge and skills to collaborate. CONTENT STANDARDS Equity:Staff development that improves the learning of all students prepares educators to understand and appreciate all students, create safe, orderly, and supportive learning environments, and hold high expectations for their academic achievement. Quality Teaching: Staff development that improves the learning of all students deepens educators’ content knowledge, provides them with research-based instructional strategies to assist students in meeting rigorous academic standards, and prepares them to use various types of classroom assessments appropriately. Family Involvement:Staff development that improves the learning of all students provides educators with knowledge and skills to involve families and other stakeholders appropriately. Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 Here you see the goals of HQ PD. We intend to support teachers, administrators and others so that they can positively impact student achievement and prepare students to be successful in the 21 st Century and beyond.
  • Through research and active engagement in our District Leadership Team Professional Learning Community, (IET team) we are focusing our work and decisions about professional learning on what research says High Quality Professional Development should look like. This slide shows the characteristics of High-Quality Professional Development. Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008
  • As you know there are many documents that have been developed to support the transition. One important one is the Standards document… The Common Core is made up of the English and Math Curriculum Standards.
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 Today, we are faced with many changes. This visual shows the 21 st Century Skills Framework. Professional Development must now be focused in these areas for our educators. In addition to these skills, teachers have been trained on their new evaluation instrument . This instrument is based on the new North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards as well as the 21 st Century Framework. So, as you can see, with so many changes, supporting our teachers and others in High Quality Professional Development is more important now than ever before and professional development is what drives every other initiative. In order to be considered High Quality, PD experiences must be clearly designed to address student academic needs. It must engage teachers to a level that will allow them to return to their classrooms and infuse the new skills, knowledge, and tools into their curriculum. In addition, there must be meaningful follow up after the professional development experience. The training or experience must occur over an extended period of time (such as a full semester or a full year) rather than be a one-time event. Finally, we must strive to collect data to address how the training impacts student achievement.
  • Along with the new focus on literacy and the graduation rate, comes additional requirements for educators.
  • Workshops and trainings for teachers, administrators and others may be presented in various formats and locations. We participate in Out-of –district activities, District activities, webinars, and online courses and workshops… Our largest group of workshops fall under the category of “district activity”. In Lenoir County Public Schools, we use the SEA System. This is an internet -based system that allows us to organize, advertise and track workshops that we offer employees at the district level. This system also allows us to electronically send CEU data for teachers and others to our Human Resources Department for posting. In addition, this system also provides us with professional development data that we use for planning and evaluation of workshops. Here you can see a sample report. This is the Activities-at-a-Glance report which shows all of the activities for the year thus far. Currently this is a 12 page document. Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008
  • We determine our PD based on information from a variety of sources. These Data Sources include: Student Test Data Surveys (principals, teachers (counselors, media specialists), Federal Programs, PD Surveys, Technology Surveys, SEA System Data) DPI Initiatives School Needs as indicated by principals and by teachers IET Recommendations Observation data AdvancED Recommendations Data from the surveys and from all of the other sources help to guide our decisions about PD. The Professional Development and Federal Survey for this year was sent out Feb. 3, so we are currently collecting data. Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008
  • Our Professional Development Handbook was revised this year to reflect the new standards and the requirements of High-Quality Professional Development . Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 This chart outlines the offerings for next school year and shows which NCLB Subgroups are impacted by the particular training initiative.
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 This chart outlines the offerings for next school year and shows which NCLB Subgroups are impacted by the particular training initiative.
  • Examples of our District Activities include all workshops offered within the district as well as our Road Show workshops which schools may request. Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 This chart outlines the offerings planned for this school year. The items in red are the newly added ones.
  • Lenoir County Public Schools - Federal Programs Meeting Tezella Cline - Professional Development - May 29, 2008 This chart outlines the offerings for this school year and shows which NCLB Subgroups are impacted by the particular training initiative.

Pd overview 2011   2012 for june  11, 2012 Pd overview 2011 2012 for june 11, 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Lenoir County Public SchoolsProfessional Development Program For Professional Growth and Development 6/11/12
  • Vision and Mission for Professional DevelopmentOur Vision… that all employees will engage in continuous learning to facilitate continuous improvementOur Mission… to provide opportunities for all employees to engage in high quality professional learning experiences that support them in preparing all students to become competitive and productive citizens in a global economy.5/25/10
  • Professional Development1. Professional Development Standards• Goals & Characteristics of High Quality Professional Development• Highlights from- 2011 – 2012, PD Plan• Impact on at-risk NCLB Subgroups• Planned offerings for 2012 – 2013210/11
  • NC Professional Development StandardsSTANDARDS-AT-A-GLANCE… The North Carolina professional development standards begin with the premise that a primary goal of professional development is to help educators develop the knowledge, skills, behavior, and insights needed to become effective classroom teachers and school leaders in 21st Century Classrooms2/10/11
  • The standards are organized according to the context/process/content schema:• Context Standards (the organization, system, culture) – Learning Communities – Leadership – Resources• Process Standards (the “how”) – Data Driven – Evaluation – Research-Based – Design – Learning – Collaboration• Content Standards (the “what”) – Equity – Quality Teaching – Family Involvement2/10/11
  • High Quality Staff DevelopmentGoals:2. To positively impact student achievement through high quality professional development and collaboration.3. To attract, retain, and develop 21st Century Professionals4. To support professional educators as they address the NC Professional Teaching Standards, their licensure renewal requirements, and the Common Core and State Standards5. To support teachers in providing engaging learning environments for all students5/25/10
  • Characteristics of High-Quality Professional Development 2/10/11
  • Elements That Guide Our Work • Current national, state, local, and requirements & standards • Data (surveys, student needs) • Best Practice (High-Quality PD) • Collaboration (IET)5/25/10
  • 21st Century Skills Framework Standards and Assessments Curriculum and Instruction2/10/11 Professional Development Learning Environments
  • CEU RequirementsRenewal and Reinstatement Guidelines During the 2011 session, the General Assembly reduced the number of renewal credits required to renew a Standard Professional 2 license from 15 to 7.5. As a result, the State Board of Education approved the following requirements to renew the Standard Professional 2:Professional Educators:  1 renewal credit for literacy  1 renewal credit for the specific academic subject area and  5.5 general credits (as determined by the LEA, if employed), not to include years of experience
  • THE DAILY NEWS www.dailynews.com THE WORLD’S FAVOURITE NEWSPAPER - Since 1879 New Requirements for Educators Associated Press…CEU Literacy Component - Literacy applies to all educators including Student Service Personnel andis not meant to limit or restrict the renewal credit process. Students who are College and Career Readyin reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language (located in the ELA Common Core StateStandards, CCSS, page 7) defines and offers a portrait of a literate graduate. It is critical to note thatalthough the description is taken from the English Language Arts Common Core Standards, they areapplicable and taught to every student at every grade level, and all teachers and student servicepersonnel share in the development of literate graduates. Skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening,and language undergird and are prerequisites for all forms of 21st century literacy, including:· Informational Literacy· Media Literacy· Information, Media, and Technology Literacy· Visual Literacy· Civic Literacy· Financial, Economic, and Entrepreneurial Literacy· Health Literacy, and· Environmental LiteracyThis came form the StateBoard notes.
  • Survey Monkey Data 1. Kagan Cooperative Learning • Common Core • 21st Century Framework • Differentiation of Instruction • Bullying5/25/10
  • http://www.seasystem.net/cgi-bin/lcps/regreports.plDistrict Activities 2/10/11
  • Purpose of Our Surveys • To address the needs of the most at-risk NCLB subgroups in our district • To guide the use of funds • To involve principals, assistant principals, teachers, counselors, and media specialists in the decision-making process • Provide feedback to guide our planning for PD needs • To provide data needed for audits2/10/11
  • Survey Monkey Data5/25/10
  • Survey Monkey Data5/25/10
  • Survey Monkey Data Technology5/25/10
  • Survey Monkey Data Technology5/25/10
  • Professional Development Handbook2/10/11
  • Professional Development Impact on NCLB Subgroups Lenoir County Public Schools 2011 - 2012 New Teachers EC Teachers All Teachers Administrators other Includes: Includes: •Thinking Maps – Includes: Includes: •SIOP Leadership LEP Counselors, Beginning teachers EC Teachers, OT, PT, Principals, Assistant Teacher Assistants Speech, Compliance Kagan –SIOP Schools Principals, Central Interns, Support Specialists, TA’s •SIOP LEP, Bl, ED, All – Office Directors, Staff, Bus Drivers Type of Support: Type of Support: Southeast, Frink, LaGrange, Specialists Media Specialists – Dynasty Opening Session Southwood) PBIS Support – All Type of support: Type of , •Monthly meetings •EC Contact meetings/ RttT – All Monthly Sessions: Support: Collaboration with trainings •Quarterly meetings/ Common Core/ Essential meetings, PLCs, •Opening Day peers Webinars •As announced trainings Standards - All •Trained mentors •Focus Groups •21 Century IT Literacy st •Scheduled Technology Island Grant •Classroom visits •Autism Project (MS math, HS – core) Sustaining activities •Behavior •New IEP Forms •Project Tomorrow (Northeast) •LCPS workshops Effective Leaders Participation is _ Law Issues Optional for after • Evaluation System •Technology tools (SMART, Offered by Curriculum, IET & PD _ EVAAS school workshops for IPads) •Road Show Workshops for all teachers •Class Scape-formative assessment _ Class Scape Teacher Trainings(continued) _ 21st Century Framework Assistants •NC FALCON For Reading Foundation •Reading Foundation _ Gang Awareness _ NC FALCON Experienced Math Foundation •Power of Math _Common Core/ State •Project LEAP!- Teachers DIBELS (follow up and •Targeted PD Standards •WiDA - LEP (TBA) support) •Revised Bloom”s _ Policy Review Mentor Training + Behavior Support Summer Mentor Project LEAP!-ECU - LEP Curriculum Work CECAS •Ipod /Ipad Project – i21 All & Planning for Refresher (New Language! Online PD Offerings-All Common Core Mentor CPI Training Learn NC Implementation Standards) SST/ Section 504 Atomic Learning All EC Math Programs School- based activities2/10/11 All RTI SWD •Road Shows (as requested) All
  • Professional Development Impact on NCLB Subgroups Lenoir County Public Schools 2012 - 2013 New Teachers EC Teachers All Teachers Administrators other •Thinking Maps – Includes:Includes: Includes: Includes: •SIOP Leadership LEP Counselors,Beginning teachers EC Teachers, OT, PT, Principals, Assistant Teacher Assistants Speech, Compliance Kagan –SIOP Schools & Specialists, TA’s others Principals, Central Interns, Support Staff, Bus Drivers •SIOP LEP, Bl, ED, All – Office Directors,Type of Support: Type of Support: Specialists Media Specialists – Southeast, Frink, LaGrange, Opening Session Southwood) Type of support: Type of ,•Monthly meetings •EC Contact meetings/ PBIS Support – All Retreat (princ./direct/SS) Support:Collaboration with trainings RttT – All Monthly Sessions:, •As announced •Quarterly meetings/peers trainings Common Core/ Essential meetings, PLCs •Scheduled Standards - All•Trained mentors •Focus Groups •21st Century IT Literacy activities•Classroom visits •Autism Technology Island Grant Project (MS math, HS – core) Sustaining •Behavior •IEP Forms •Project Tomorrow (Northeast) Effective Leaders Participation is •LCPS workshops _ Law Issues Optional for after• Evaluation System •Technology tools (SMART, Offered by Curriculum, IET & PD _ EVAAS school workshops for IPads) •Road Show Workshopsfor all teachers •Class Scape-formative assessment _ Class Scape Teacher Trainings(continued) _ 21st Century Framework Assistants •NC FALCON For Reading Foundation •Reading Foundation _ Gang Awareness _ NC FALCON Experienced Math Foundation •Power of Math •Project LEAP!- _Common Core/ State Teachers DIBELS (follow up and •Summer Splash! 4 Standards ECU - •WiDA - LEP (TBA) support) •Revised Bloom”s _ Policy Review Mentor Training + Behavior Support Project LEAP!-ECU - LEP Mentor Language! •Ipod /Ipad Project – i21 All Refresher (New CPI Training Online PD Offerings-All Mentor SST/ Section 504 Learn NC Standards) EC Math Programs Common Sense Media AllJune, All RTI SWD School- based activities •Road Shows (as requested) All2012 All
  • Road Show Introducing…2011 – 2012Road Show Workshops for Schools2/10/11
  • Overview of Professional Development for Lenoir County Public Schools 2010 - 2011New Teachers EC Teachers All Teachers Administrators otherIncludes: Includes: •AVID - Includes: Includes: •Thinking Maps – Counselors,Beginning teachers EC Teachers, OT, PT, Principals, Assistant Speech, Compliance •SIOP Leadership – Kagan Principals, Central Teacher Assistants Specialists, TA’s Interns, Support Cooperative Learning Office Directors, Staff, Bus DriversType of Support: Type of Support: (Woodington, MH, PH, SLHS) Specialists Media Coordinators Opening Session •SIOP – Southeast, ,•Monthly meetings •EC Contact meetings/ Frink, LaGrange, Type of support:Collaboration with trainings Southwood) Monthly Sessions:, Type ofpeers •Quarterly meetings/ PBIS - Behavior Support meetings, small groups Support: trainings •Follow up - Project Tomorrow •Opening•Trained mentors •Focus Groups (Northeast) Sustaining •As announced•Classroom visits •Autism •21st Century IT Literacy •Scheduled •Behavior Technology Island Grant Effective Leaders _ Evaluation Instrument for activities Project (MS math, HS – core) Teachers – Follow up•Online Evaluation Trainings Participation is •LCPS workshops _ Online System for EvaluationSystem for all Reading Foundation Law Issues Optional forteachers Offered by Curriculum & PD _ EVAAS Teacher DIBELS (follow up and •Road Show workshops _ Class Scape Assistants support) •Class Scape- formative assessment For •Reading Foundation _ 21st Century Framework PBIS - Behavior _ Gang Awareness Experienced •Power of Math Support •WIDA •Project LEAP!- Teachers CECAS •Summer Splash ! 3 ECU Mentor Training •SMART Notebook, Slate & Board Partnership Language! Mentor •Lift Off Lenoir! CPI Training Refresher (New Ipod Project Leadership Matters – Partnership SST/ Section 504 APs and future admin. Mentor Online PD Offerings with Morehead Standards) Planetarium & School- based activitiesUpdated 2/10/11 •Road Shows (as requested) UNC School of •State Conferences Government -
  • Professional Development Impact on NCLB Subgroups Lenoir County Public Schools 2010 - 2011 New Teachers EC Teachers All Teachers Administrators other Includes: Includes: •AVID – Includes: Includes: Beginning teachers EC Teachers, OT, PT, •Thinking Maps – Principals, Assistant Counselors, Speech, Compliance •SIOP Leadership LEP Teacher Assistants Specialists, TA’s Principals, Central Interns, Support (Woodington, MH, PH, SLHS) Office Directors, Staff, Bus Drivers Type of Support: Type of Support: •SIOP LEP, Bl, ED, All – Specialists Opening Session Southeast, Frink, Type of support: Type of , •Monthly meetings •EC Contact meetings/ LaGrange, Southwood) Monthly Sessions:, Support: Collaboration with trainings •Quarterly meetings/ Behavior Support - All meetings, small groups •Opening peers trainings •Project Tomorrow (Northeast) •As announced •Trained mentors •Focus Groups •Scheduled •21st Century IT Literacy Sustaining •Classroom visits •Autism Technology Island Grant activities •Behavior Project (MS math, HS – core) Effective Leaders _ Online Evaluation System Participation is •New IEP Forms •LCPS workshops _ Law Issues Optional for after •Online Evaluation Trainings(continued) Offered by Curriculum & PD _ EVAAS school workshops for System for all Reading Foundation •Road Show Workshops _ Class Scape Teacher •Class Scape-formative assessment _ 21 Century Framework st teachers Math Foundation Assistants For •Reading Foundation _ Gang Awareness Experienced DIBELS (follow up and •Power of Math support) •Summer Splash! 3 •Project LEAP!- Teachers •WiDA - LEP ECU - + Behavior Support (TBA) •Revised Bloom”s Partnership LEP CECAS •Lift Off Lenoir! – Mentor Training Language! Project LEAP!-ECU - LEP Partnership with Mentor Ipod Project - All CPI Training Morehead Refresher (New Leadership Matters SST/ Section 504 Online PD Offerings-All Planetarium & UNC Mentor School- based activities APs and future admin. School of Standards) EC Math Programs •Road Shows (as requested) Government - All RTI •State Conferences2/10/11 All SWD All
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