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Providing Effective Professional Development for Educators
This is a final assignment/presentation for EDLD 5364, a Lamar University Educational Technology Leadership graduate course. The critical information presented here seeks to help identify sound professional development strategies that will be both meaningful and effective to educators and their long-term instructional practices.
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Professional Development Workshops for Teachers
Fabian delivers the best professional development workshops for teachers in the country. Visit http://www.fabianramirez.com/bullying-prevention-training for workshop information. Schools districts and training centers hire Fabian to train Educators so they can earn continuing education units (CEUs). If your district needs a workshop facilitator, consider inviting Fabian to lead your next training for teachers.
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School Professional Development Plan - Flipping the Classroom
A School Professional Plan for Classroom Flipping http://www.screenr.com/OkuH
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16 NOV 17 Board Clip ~ Professional Development Plan
The Professional Development Plan and Budget based on the School Improvement Plans was presented.
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Omaha Public Schools turn to Office 365 to streamline professional development
Omaha Public Schools, the largest school district in Nebraska, uses Microsoft Office 365 Groups to support online Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), enabling teachers to share strategies and best practices to improve student learning on a daily basis. Learn more at http://aka.ms/plc
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Singapore's 21st-Century Teaching Strategies (Education Everywhere Series)
By cultivating strong school leadership, committing to ongoing professional development, and exploring innovative models like its technology-infused Future Schools, Singapore has become one of the top-scoring countries on the PISA tests. Find more videos from Edutopia's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/edutopia
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Teacher Professional Development
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Staff Training and Professional Development Promo 2015
As a purpose-driven, inspiring, and dedicated professional, Kendall Ficklin has changed the lives of thousands of individuals. Kendall’s distinction is that he is not only passionate about his gift of empowerment, but he recognizes that in order to reach the world – he must always lead by example, by believing in his own abilities. While based in Atlanta, GA, Kendall has established a strong clientele and led a broad array of professional development and training sessions with major corporations such as Arby’s, HoneyBaked Ham, and PepsiCo, as well as workshop facilitation and coaching with AT&T, The Atlanta Dream, and United Way, respectively. As a luminary, Kendall continues to utilize his gift of speaking and empowerment by partnering with major educational institutions for speaking engagements. Some of his prominent engagements include: Morehouse College, Georgia State University, Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Gwinnett College and other local county public school systems in Atlanta, Fulton, Cobb, and Gwinnett counties. Kendall is committed to helping individuals and companies outperform, outsell, and outlast the competition through coaching and training sessions that teach effective strategy and development. He also teaches individuals how to develop interpersonal and communication skills that enable them to become problem solvers. Contact Kendall: kendallficklin.com shop.kendallficklin.com coach. kendallficklin.com All Social Media: @KendallFicklin
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Professional Development : The Hook
Episode 1 : The Hook On the first day back from break, Edward Brooks, a 6th grade math teacher at Lakeside Middle School, is burdened by an unsuspecting question, "Why did you become a teacher?" Distracted by a mad Science teacher, a hipster Social Studies teacher, an overwhelmed English teacher, and an out of touch Assistant Principal, Brooks must make a decision about his future. Professional Development is a CNAR original mini series that explores how teachers interact, grow, and work towards the elusive goal of student achievement. Like us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/CurtisNeedsaRide Follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/CNARcomedy
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Focus On Special Education Professional Development Series
Focus on Special Education Professional Development Series The District of Columbia Public Schools Office of Special Education Welcome: Alvin Crawley, Deputy Chief, Programming Overview of IDEA and IEP: Jessica Roche, Program Coordinator, Office of Special Education IEP Goals and Facilitating IEP Meetings: Norma Villanueva, Program Director, Office of Special Education Produced and Edited by Rita Larkins, Training Coordinator, Office of Data and Accountability
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Completing Your Professional Development Plan Webinar
In this webinar, Seema Sindwani, Manager, Quality Programs answers all your questions about the Professional Development plan (PD plan). Learn how to complete your PD plan, your other Quality Assurance requirements, and more. Remember the deadline to complete your PD plan is May 31, 2018
TEAMS: Continuously Improving Educators Professional Growth
TEAMS (The Evaluations and Assets Management System) and Charles County Public Schools has worked together in the 2016-17 school year to implement a continuous improvement cycle, with the objective of offering professional growth opportunities directly tied to evaluations, for principals and teachers. Learn how your school district can plan professional growth for your educators, tied to standards, and how the TEAMS platform can facilitate the entire process of evaluations and professional development. Visit our website: www.teams-hub.com
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Career Development Expo
The Career Development Center's mission is to assist students and alumni to develop lifelong career planning and job search skills and to provide employment and graduate school information, resources, and services in a customer-oriented environment. The center functions as a comprehensive career planning and placement service within the university in order to meet the needs of IUP students and alumni by helping students develop self-awareness, enabling students to clarify and evaluate their career and educational goals, providing students with direction and information on the job market and educational opportunities, helping students develop a methodology to reach their educational goals, and assisting students in the career decision making process. Some services are available to alumni. Just a few of the services that are available include: Career Services, the Disney College Program, internships, the Office of Service Learning, the National Student Exchange Program, the Student Employment Center, and University Testing Services. A detailed description of these services is listed below. Career Development The Career Development Center offers a vast array of services for career-oriented students. Our goal is to help students to become more confident in their professional development and networking abilities so that they are able to make informed decisions about graduate schools and career opportunities. Here's what you can find at the Career Development Center: * Graduate school information * Job fair preparation and information * Mock Interview Program * On-campus recruiting program * One-on-one counseling * On-line career library * Professional development workshops * Résumé and cover letter help
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Noble Public Schools Professional Development "The Office" Opening
This is a video we created to kick off our 2010 Welcome Back Day. It is a remake of The Office Intro. At the end, the video acts like it burns up and we call for Plan B - Which is one of our football coaches coming on stage and singing a rewrite to Luckenbach Texas...ain't nobody feelin' no pain in Noble Oklahoma.
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Professional Development - 2014 Educational Technology Summit
PANEL II: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Teachers’ perspectives on what’s needed for professional development and digital learning Moderator: Melinda G. George, president, National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (NCTAF) Sean McComb, 2014 National Teacher of the Year Ruth Okoye, Ed.D., technology resource teacher, Portsmouth Public Schools, Virginia; Common Sense Media Graphite Certified Educator Randi Weingarten, president, American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Learn more about the 2014 Educational Technology Summit: http://sunnylands.org/edtechconnect
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Metro Nashville Public Schools:  Evolution of a Digital District (4 min.)
Like many districts across the U.S., Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) is transitioning to the next generation of academic standards incorporating the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). While setting goals for 2018, district leaders uncovered three key challenges that they overcame with the help of teaching and learning solutions from Blackboard. District leaders faced a series of challenges including student engagement, professional development, technology integration in the classroom, and college and career readiness. Academic leaders in MNPS leveraged Blackboard solutions to create a virtual school, train teachers, provide choice, and make learning personal. Results: • 5,000% growth in full-time Virtual School enrollments over five years. • Over 1,500% growth in part-time Virtual School enrollments over five years. • MNPS Virtual School now offers 72 unique classes contributing to at least $379,427 in cost savings each year. • MNPS’ graduation rate improved 32 percentage points over seven years. • 5,000+ MNPS teachers completed online All Star Professional Development program. • 83% of teachers are more comfortable using technology in the classroom. • Improved and personalized instruction for 80,000+ students. • $1,300,000 minimum savings from professional development through Blackboard in just year one. • Systematic implementation of blended learning model.
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Learning with SMART, Video Three:  View
This is the third video in a series of short videos on SMART Notebook. This was created as part of Wise County Public Schools Online Professional Development offerings
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Our Professional Growth System for teachers
A look at the system and process of mentoring and evaluating teachers, whether they are novice or veteran, in Montgomery County's 200 public schools.
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Illinois State University's Chicago PDS (Professional Development School)
Get prepared for teaching in an urban area by choosing Chicago PDS (Professional Development School), a year-long student teaching experience. All majors are welcome, you don’t have to be bilingual and you’ll still graduate on time. http://education.illinoisstate.edu/alumni/professional_development/
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Project Based Learning: Why, How, and Examples
Project based learning, PBL, is explained in full detail with examples and instructions for implementation. Teachers, educators, administrators, students, and more will develop a better understand of project based learning. This video is designed to help people get an deeper understanding than typical overview videos. The video begins with a description of why Project based learning is so important for students and in education in general. PBL can be used by teachers various disciplines. Some of the important reasons for using projects in your classroom such as allowing students to develop communication skills, utlilize 21st century life skills, become engage with the content, and share their projects with others in a public matter. The video also provides specific examples of projects that have been used by different teachers. The examples also include some of my favorite projects that I have created over the years. The projects are from different grade levels including algebra, social studies, and science classes. The video also presents the four different steps that will allow educators to implement project based learning. It begins with a driving question, an inquiry into the question, finding a solution, and presenting the material. This video is part of a google for education certified educator playlist where teachers look to earn google certificates and expand their career through professional development.
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Denver Public Schools--Office of the Chief Academic Office
Denver Public Schools is committed to meeting the educational needs of every student with great schools in every neighborhood. Their goal is to provide every child in Denver with rigorous, enriching educational opportunities from preschool through high school graduation. One of goals of the Office of the Academic Officer is to oversee the professional development (PD) program. One objective for this video was to inspire and persuade Principals about the upcoming changes in the professional development programming and the second is to communicate that social engagement will be at the foundation of the new changes. Additionally the video should also convey: 1. The framework for the PD goals 2. That Principals will create their own individual plans 3. Create differentiated social learning opportunities 4. What's required by law
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Central Valley staff development
The Central Valley School District places a high priority on worker training and providing lifelong learning opportunities for all classified support staff.
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Flipping Professional Development:  No teacher bored in the background
Stillwater Area Public Schools needed a better way to reach students, so they started flipping classes. When the district realized that they also needed a better way to connect with their teachers, they decided to flip their professional development as well. Read the story to find out how flipping their professional development affected teachers. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TECHSMITH YOUTUBE CHANNEL! http://bit.ly/TSCYouTubesubscribe SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER FOR TIPS & TRICKS AND GREAT INFORMATION! http://bit.ly/TS-news CONNECT WITH US! Google+ ► http://bit.ly/TSCgoogleplus Facebook ► http://bit.ly/TSCFacebook Twitter ► http://bit.ly/TSCTwitter LinkedIn ► http://bit.ly/TechSmithpage TechSmith.com ► http://www.techsmith.com
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Teachers Teaching with Technology
The Information and Communications Technology Learning Action Cell (ICT LAC) primarily functions as a professional learning community for public education professionals. The Department of Education takes to heart the development of teachers' potential aimed towards their professional success, while also promoting the integration of ICT in the public school system. Through this, the DepEd fully supports the continuous improvement of its teaching personnel based on the principle of lifelong learning, and further advances the delivery of 21st century skills to all Filipino learners.
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Professional Development Plays a Key Role in 1:1
The Passaic City Schools technology staff talk about professional development prior to implementing a 1:1. The coordinator of IT, a high school technology coordinator, and a middle school teacher share their tips for going 1:1 and discuss the challenges they faced along the way.
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Instructional Coaching: Seeding District-Wide Innovation
At Albemarle County Public Schools, teacher-driven instructional coaching supports teachers in their professional development, helps them to engage their students in authentic learning, and spreads innovative practices district-wide. Albemarle County Public Schools GRADES K-12 | CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA Explore more resources from this school: http://www.edutopia.org/school/albemarle-county-public-schools
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Understanding School Performance Framework (SPF)
Here in Denver Public Schools, we have a number of big goals we’re focused on year round to help us reach our vision that Every Child Succeeds. They make up our Denver Plan 2020. The top goal is ensuring there are great schools in every neighborhood. Just as our teachers monitor how each student is growing throughout the school year, DPS regularly monitors each school’s progress. We do it with something called the “School Performance Framework," or SPF, which is like a report card for schools. Just like a report card for students, our school report card shows us useful information about where progress is being made and where we need to focus on improvement. It considers things like growth on state tests, attendance rates and parent satisfaction. Our school report card prioritizes student academic growth, or how much progress students have made from one year to the next. Because what’s most important is not where you start but how much you grow. It also measures how well a school serves students and families … regardless of their background, ethnicity or ability. All of that is combined into the school’s overall report card rating. On a scale that’s similar to a stoplight… Schools can receive red, orange, yellow, green or blue ratings. All schools are working to achieve green or blue ratings. Each fall, DPS releases a new SPF rating for each school, and school leaders share the ratings with families, along with successes and plans for improvement. Those ratings help the school leader know where to focus on improvement, and help DPS know how best to support the school. If a school’s SPF rating – or stoplight color – is blue or green, the top ratings, it is generally doing well in the areas of student academic growth, family satisfaction, equity and more. These schools can choose from universal DPS supports – like help with curriculum assessment or professional development – to help them go from good to great. If the rating is yellow, the school has several areas to focus on. The school can work with instructional superintendents and other partners to develop enhanced strategies for improvement. If the light is orange or red, the school needs a lot of extra support. DPS provides even more support for the school to achieve its improvement plan… things like small group tutoring programs or social/emotional resources for students… and may need to make significant changes to the school program or leadership If a school receives a red or orange rating for several years, then DPS could restart or close the school, working with families and communities to open a new, high-quality school option that will give those students a better chance to succeed. Each year, families use SPF ratings to help them make choices about the right school for their student. We’re all about ensuring there are great schools in every neighborhood, and driving toward our vision: that every child succeeds. For more, visit spf.dpsk12.org
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Professional Development Schools (PDS) at Illinois State
There are many student teaching options here at Ilinois State. See if Professional Development Schools (PDS) is right for you.
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Best Professional Development for Teachers
http://www.DannyBrassell.com http://www.youtube.com/DannyBrassell Motivational Speaker and Educational Consultant Danny Brassell, Ph.D. offers highly-engaging professional development for school districts. Start off your school year with a convocation that is sure to inspire, empower and excite your teachers, administrators and staff. Or bring Danny into your district mid-year to keep everyone pumped. Or book him at the end of the year to keep your people from quitting! If you are looking for professional development that celebrates everyone in your school district and reminds educators of why they do what they do, then you need to bring Danny to your opening day event. As an education consultant, and keynote speaker for various school districts across the nation and abroad, Dr. Danny Brassell is one of the world’s most famous motivational speakers for teacher training and motivating teachers. Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DannyBrassell Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/DannyBrassell Connect with us on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/DannyBrassell Watch more videos https://www.youtube.com/DannyBrassell http://www.DannyBrassell.com http://www.youtube.com/DannyBrassell best education keynote speakers motivational speakers for teachers, educators and school districts professional development for teachers pd speakers for teachers best keynote - phenomenal speakers in education educational motivational speaker funny education keynote speaker opening day keynote speaker new teacher orientation speaker education keynote new teacher training back to school teacher motivation back to school teacher inspiration motivational speakers for teachers back to school convocation employee convocation teacher motivational speaker best keynote and teacher motivation speaker School District Professional Development Speaker West Virginia
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Stevens Institute of Technology: CIESE Professional Development for Teachers
Interviews with Stevens faculty on the value of training K-12 teachers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.stevens.edu An engineering and innovation camp for 26 middle school students from Hoboken was held from June 27 through July 1. Students were challenged to create innovative solutions to an assortment of engineering activities, including building a jet toy, a wind turbine, pinball mechanism and tower and glider construction. This program was sponsored by a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Math and Engineering Mentoring awarded to CIESE and administered by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Approximately 70 grades K-12 mathematics and science teachers participated in professional development from July 18 through July 29. C-TEAMS (Curriculum Topic Study to Enhance Achievement in Mathematics and Science) is a NJ Department of Education-sponsored Mathematics and Science Partnership program. The partnership includes Stevens Institute of Technology, St. Peter's College, and a regional network of 18 public and non-public local education agencies (LEA). The goal of the program is to increase the academic achievement of students in mathematics and science by enhancing the content knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge, and understanding and use of the NJ CCCS by classroom teachers. Partner schools/districts include: Bayonne, Clifton, Hackensack, Hawthorne, Jersey City, Keansburg, Morris, Paramus, Saddle Brook, Secaucus, Weehawken, West Milford, All Saints Academy and Marist High School in Bayonne; Rising Star Academy, St. Augustine's School, and St. Francis Academy in Union City and St. Nicholas School in Jersey City. This is the second year of a three-year program focusing on mathematical topics of algebra, functions and modeling and science topics of matter, energy, force and motion. Each teacher receives books and materials to bring back to their classroom and receives monthly visits by CIESE staff to assist in implementation in their classroom. With support from the Mathematic & Science Partnership program of the National Science Foundation, CIESE, in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution's National Science Resources Center, held a Science Education Institute for Leadership Development and Strategic Planning from July 25 through 29. The program is geared to school district leadership/board members at partner schools in the PISA2 project which include: Bayonne, Camden, Jersey City, Hoboken, Lakewood, Margate Morristown, Princeton, Red Bank, Saddle Brook and West New York, as well as the Mustard Seed School in Hoboken. During the five days of interactive presentations and workshops, district leadership teams (1) developed a shared vision of effective science learning and teaching; (2) participated in a school system simulation about systems change theory; (3) learned about research on student cognitive development and motivation; (4) addressed five core components of an effective school system; (5) benchmarked best practices with other districts and states; and, (6) developed a five-year strategic plan for the district science program.
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Hidden Heroes of the Edison Public Schools Honors The Staff Development Team
Hidden Heroes of the Edison Public Schools Honors: The Edison Staff Development Team! Kristen Tsaoys, Jennifer Fischer, Donald Platvoet
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Transforming a district through global education
In partnership with Participate, Edgecombe County Public Schools is transforming itself through teacher professional development and global education initiatives. John Farrelly: Edgecombe County is made up of 14 schools. We’re in rural northeastern North Carolina. We have many challenges. We're a tier one County; 80% of our students come from poverty. From a historical standpoint we have several schools that have struggled with student achievement levels for several years. Part of my mission as superintendent is to transform, not only the lowest performing schools, but also to bring innovation so that students get a more well-rounded experience. The community embraced the concept of global education because we were able to say things have got to change in the district. We're not where we want to be in preparing your child to be college and career-ready and we feel like if we can open up avenues for children and learning experiences and instructional delivery they will be better prepared going out to the world. We wanted to have a district-wide initiative. We purchased professional development as a comprehensive platform for all of our schools. Erin Swanson: I think our teachers need that support; I think they need those resources to build their own repertoire of global lessons and projects and ideas so that they can pass those along to their students. So I think the professional development piece is absolutely critical. We wanted to give our children here in Edgecombe County a really unique learning opportunity. We wanted to be sure that it was very rigorous, we wanted to be sure that they were developing strong critical thinking skills, we wanted them to be able to meet and interact with people from all around the world to learn about their cultures, their communities, and really to become global citizens. Jacey MacDonald: One of the biggest things that I have seen is an increase in student engagement. We've kind of shifted into an inquiry based lesson plan format and I have seen with that huge improvement in time on tasks and students are not just complying, they're excelling and they are really investing themselves in the work that we're doing. Jennifer Craddock: Because we know that we can go there, we can find the lesson plans, we can find the PD, we can reach out. Erin Swanson: We've seen some tremendous lessons and projects come out of that work. Our teachers have really collaborated to create some excellent learning opportunities for our students and I think that that professional development has been a tremendous part of that. John Farrelly: My advice for district leaders who are considering global education programs is you need to go for it. You will see that the data proves out that student achievement is growing in districts who are implementing these programs. The biggest surprise has really been how much the community has jumped in to supporting this. You can see it in the eyes of people. We have truly restored confidence in public education through implementing global education programs in Edgecombe County.
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PBS KIDS & Virtual Pre-K:  Importance of Professional Development | PBS KIDS
PBS KIDS, as part of the Ready To Learn Initiative has partnered with Virtual Pre-K and Chicago Public Schools to create an interactive program involving parents and teachers to build the home school connection and reinforce math skills for Pre-K.
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Partnering for Progress:  Professional Development School District
The UGA College of Education and the Clarke County School District are working together to improve student achievement,, school performance and teacher education. Participants and key players discuss the value of the partnership. The University of Georgia copyright © 2011
Foundational Skills Block, Duval County Public Schools Professional Development
This video is about Foundational Skills Block in 3rd Grade
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Innovative Models in Teacher Professional Development
Teachers are on the front line of the national effort to increase participation in STEM fields.  Supporting them professionally is critical to ensuring they have access to the most current teaching research, methodologies and technology.  Therefore, increasing awareness of and access to high quality professional development opportunities is a priority in our nation’s goal of ensuring that all students receive high quality STEM education. This Virtual Town Hall will shed light on programs whose goal is to provide in-school teachers with dynamic professional development opportunities both in-person and online.  The program will provide an overview of national trends followed by dynamic examples of innovative programs.  Viewers can watch live on YouTube and ask questions through the event site or on Twitter using the hashtag #STEMpd . Learn more with a panel of experts who are implementing, funding and creating innovative teacher professional development: -Phyllis Buchanan, DuPont with Alissa Smith, National Association of Agricultural Educators -Rick Morales, Freescale Semiconductor with Mimi Lufkin, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity -Dr. Phil Schmidt, Western Governors University -Ben Owens, Hope Street Group -Kristin Townsend, Verizon Foundation with Naomi Harm, International Society for Technology in Education -Alyson Mike, New Teacher Center -Maya Lundhagen, 100Kin10 -Dr. Colleen Megowan-Romanowicz, American Modeling Teachers Association -Representative Paul Tonko (D-NY 20th District)
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Literacy Coaches Build Teachers’ Skills for Student Success - Key Elementary School
This month’s Mississippi School Spotlight video features Key Elementary School in the Jackson Public School District. Key Elementary was recently removed from the state’s list of Literacy Support Schools. Literacy Support Schools are assigned literacy coaches because they have the lowest reading achievement levels in the state. Key Elementary had been working with a literacy coach for the past four years. Because of its sustained student growth and achievement in 3rd grade reading and other indicators, Key Elementary has “graduated” from literacy support. The Literacy-Based Promotion Act of 2013 created the coaching model to help teachers become more effective reading instructors. Coaches working closely with teachers and school leaders to improve instructional strategies and to ensure a school climate that advances literacy and academic goals. This video will show you how literacy support can affect school improvement efforts.
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Section 504 Training
Pat Guthrie leads a Section 504 Professional Development Seminar for Jefferson County Public Schools.
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Focusing on Mathematical Knowledge: The Impact of Content-Intensive Teacher Professional Development
Content-intensive professional development (PD) in math boosted fourth-grade teachers’ subject knowledge and some aspects of instructional quality, but did not have a positive impact on student achievement, according to a new report. The National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance (NCEE), in the Institute of Education Sciences, released a new evaluation report on September 28th that examines the effectiveness of a content-intensive PD program. The PD program included an 80-hour summer workshop (Intel Math) that focused on grades K–8 math, as well as 13 additional hours of collaborative meetings focused on analyzing student work and one-on-one coaching based on observations of teachers’ lessons. More than 200 4th-grade teachers from six districts in five states were randomly assigned to either a treatment group that received the study PD or a control group that did not. Key findings include: • The PD had a positive impact on teacher knowledge: Average scores on a study-administered math test were 21 percentile points higher for teachers who received the study PD than for those who did not; • The PD had a positive impact on some aspects of instruction: Average ratings of teachers’ use and quality of math explanations in the classroom were 23 percentile points higher for teachers who received the study PD than for those who did not; and • The PD did not have a positive impact on student achievement: Students of teachers who received the PD scored, on average, 2 percentile points lower than control teachers’ students on both a study-administered math test and state assessment. In general, this difference was not statistically significant. Learn more at: http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/pubs/20164010/
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Performance and development non teaching staff in schools
The Human Resources Directorate has created videos about performance and development for non teaching staff in schools. It provides context about the process and why it’s implementation is beneficial to staff and schools. The videos showcase different perspectives of non teaching staff and school executive.
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My Learning Plan - Submit an Activity Proposal
This tutorial covers how to submit an activity proposal for a professional development course/class/workshop that you would like to offer at Tulsa Public Schools.
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Debbie Quattrochi Behavior Interventions Professional Development 2014
Professional Development with Debbie Quattrochi Behavior Interventions 2014
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What Is A Staff Development?
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CPS Teacher Professional Development from CEO's Network
This presenter was one of several consultants flown in from California and the United Kingdom for the Chicago Public Schools' Office of Strategic School Support Services' special network. This is a professional development for teachers of Saturday ISAT preparation classes.
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Preparing Teachers for Digital Natives: Professional Development for Tech Integration in Schools
Panel Discussion on Preparing Teachers for Digital Natives: Professional Development for Technology Integration in Schools at the 3rd Educational Leadership Conference (ELC 2015) | 7th Aug 2015 Presented by EdTechReview and Powered by Knit App. Speakers: Sangeeta Gulati, Academic Coordinator & Head of Mathematics Department, Sanskriti School Kirti Tripathi, Head - Curriculum Development & Technology Integration, Amity International Schools Sunanda Sandhir, Principal, Pathways World School Meenakshi Uberoi, Founding Director - De Pedagogics
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