Collaborative teams from across the district may be formed…i.e., school nurses, FACS teachers, art teachers, (as examples). The purpose is for everyone to be part of a collaborative team that allows them to be more purposefully connected to other professionals. While teams are still working to support one of the student achievement goals from the SIP, collaborative teams will be encouraged to work on a goal that is more tightly connected to their work—at the same time, teams are supporting the efforts of the building to improve student achievement.
The “District Focus” remains the same regardless of the outcome of Q-Comp vote
The school board will participate in a study session at the September 15 board meeting and will then take action on the proposed revisions once the vote of BEA is known.
Pro Pay 2012-2013 Presentation
Pro-PayBurnsville-Eagan-Savage Public Schools 2012-2013
Pro-Pay Study & Redesign CommitteeDavid Bernard, Director of InstructionMichele Carroll, Teacher – Eagle RidgeLibby Duethman, Teacher – Hidden Valley, BEA President (Current)Dave Helke, Principal – BHSBeth Lippert, Teacher – RahnChris Lindholm, Assistant SuperintendentJennifer McCarthy, Teacher – RahnChris Milinovich, Teacher – BHSBob Nystrom, Teacher – Nicollet, BEA President (2012-2013)Brad Robb, Coordinator of Professional DevelopmentStacey Sovine, Director of Labor RelationsJeremy Willey, Principal – Marion W. Savage
Pro-Pay: At-A-GlancePro-Pay Component ExpectationsBuilding Goal Implement strategies that support a building goal focused on student achievement and aligned with core instruction.Collaborative Team Goal Engage in the development and implementation of a collaborative team goal that addresses one of your school improvement goals.Personalized Professional Develop and implement a professional learning planLearning Plan that is personalized, aligned with your school improvement goals and building PD plan, and aligned with the teaching license renewal expectations.Observations and Demonstrate your professional practice through 3Instructional Coaching formative observations and coaching sessions conducted by 2 different observers (instructional coach and another trained observer).
About the Building Goal…•Uses one of the goals from theschool improvement plan andbuilding PD plan•Focuses on improving studentachievement & based on theCore Instruction Action Planfrom the SIP.•Facilitated by BuildingLeadership Team (BLT)
Timelines: Building GoalDeadlines Completion & ProcessingBuilding Leadership Teams will submit Evidence of completion and final progressbuilding goal by October 1. monitoring will be processed in the fall when all data are available.Sites will document their progressthroughout the year.Sites will share their emerging results atDistrict Leadership Team meetings duringthe year.
About the Collaborative Team Goal… About the Collaborative Team Goal…•All licensed staff will be part of aCollaborative Team.•Teams select an area of focus anddevelop a goal based on one of thegoals from the SIP (or CIMP Plan)•Teams collaborate duringcollaborative team time to learnfrom and with each other•Teams share results of their learningwith their Building Leadership Team
Timelines: Collaborative Goal TeamDeadlines Completion & ProcessingCollaborative teams will develop their Evidence of completion should beteam’s goal once the School Improvement submitted by May 15.Plan’s (or CIMP Plan) studentachievement goals have been identified. Because some Collaborative Teams may choose to use standardized tests, payoutCollaborative teams will document their will be processed in the fall when all dataprogress throughout the year and will are available.share/report their progress with thebuilding leadership team.Collaborative teams will share theiremerging results during collaborativeteam time during the year.
About the Professional Learning Plan…• Each teacher develops a personalized learning plan aligned with one of the school improvement goals (or CIMP Plan).• The plan can also be aligned with the collaborative team goal.• The plan is connected to components from Danielson’s Frameworks that will impact a teacher’s practice.• The learning is connected to the observation process.• The process aligns with requirements for license renewal (effective July 2012 per MDE).• Simply, teachers connect what they learn to what they do each day—learning by doing.
Timelines: Professional Learning PlanDeadlines Completion & ProcessingTeachers will identify and develop their Evidence of completion and the finalprofessional learning plan by October 15. reflective narrative will be shared with your Instructional Coach by May 15.Teachers will engage in PD aligned withtheir building PD and/or participate inother PD opportunities to support theirarea or interest.Teachers will document their progress inpreparation for their observations.Teachers will document their learning in areflective summary after theirobservations are completed.
Aligning Personalized PD Plans & Observations Complete self assessment and identify professional development goal Engage in professional learning to support goal. Participate in pre-observation conference about learning. Use feedback and reflection from observation and post-observation to inform continued PD Participate in pre-observation conference about teaching andContinue job-embedded PD to support goal, teaching. learning. Use feedback and reflection from observation and post-observation to inform continued PD Participate in pre-observation conference about teaching andContinue job-embedded PD to support goal, teaching. learningRepeat learning and coaching cycle for a third time. Complete required reflective narrative about impact of PD on teaching and student learning.
About Coaching & Observations…• Licensed Staff participate in three coaching observations based on their professional learning plan and connected to Danielson’s Frameworks.• Instructional coaches will conduct two formative observations.• The third formative observation will be conducted from another trained observer, of your choice.• The Professional Learning Plan will be integral to the Pre- and Post-Observation discussions.
Timelines: Coaching and ObservationsDeadlines Completion & ProcessingThe first observation should be Teachers schedule their pre- and post-completed before winter break. observation conferences with their instructional coach and other trainedThe second observation should be observer.completed before February 15. Teachers complete their pre-observationThe third observation should be reflection two days before theircompleted by May 1. scheduled observation. The pre-observation includes a progress update connected to their professional learning plan in preparation for their observations. Post-observation reflections need to be completed within five days following each observation.
Alignment of EffortDistrict Focus Q-CompSchool Improvement Plan (SIP) Building GoalContinuous Improvement MonitoringProcess (CIMP) PlanCollaborative Teams Collaborative Team GoalBuilding Professional Development Plan Personalized Professional Development Plan/ObservationsLeadership Opportunities Career Ladder Positions
Learn More About Pro-PayDate(s) FocusApril 23-27 Informational Meetings about Pro-PayMay 2 BEA Executive Board Discussion of Pro-PayMay 3 School Board Review of Revisions to Pro-PayMay 10 Possible Vote for BEA MembershipMay 17 School Board Decision on Pro-Pay
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