Project #157128 - Education- Professional Growth Plan

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/29/2016 09:00 pm

Students will complete a professional development proposal, focusing on the essential elements of a professional growth plan (PGP).  This proposal should be authentic in nature, providing your school with a research-based approach to providing growth opportunities for professional staff.  Students will solicit buy-in from school leaders as they consider topics and options for this proposal.  There will be four required components for this project: 

1) Context—briefly describe your school and, if relevant for your project, the department/grade level in which you work. 

2) Needs Assessment, Analysis and Interpretation—Based on class discussions and text readings, determine and defend your selection and use of no fewer than two “ways of assessing need.”  Describe the assessments that you selected and your method of collecting data.  Then identify patterns and trends (“analysis”), and reach conclusions as to what they mean (“interpretations”).  Specifically connect your data-informed trends and interpretations to the professional development proposal that you develop in component 3 below.  

NOTE: During this component of this project, you will be engaged in assessing need.  (Be authentic regarding you taking the lead, as opposed to describing how others in your school may have addressed need for a previous or current PGP activity.) 

3) Prepare a professional development proposal that includes the essential elements of such plans (per class readings).  Be specific when addressing these essential elements, with emphasis on the proposed “learning activities.”  This proposal should be authentic in nature—something that could be used in your school.  NOTE: This plan could be considered during your internship semester. 

4) Use the readings and class discussion to connect your proposal with the research-based traits of effective professional development. For maximum credit under this component in the rubric, you should also discuss and connect the three phases of professional development (orientation, integration, and refinement) with your proposed professional development plan. NOTE: This professional development project is may not exceed nine (9) double-spaced pages. You must include in an appendix a copy of the data assessment methodologies/tools that you selected and used.

(For example, if you used a “review of official documents,” you should include one or two pages of such docs in your appendix, or a chart for observations to collect data. If you used a survey, include a copy of the blank survey in your appendix, etc.)

 

 

DUE Students will complete a professional development proposal, focusing on the essential elements of a professional growth plan (PGP).  This proposal should be authentic in nature, providing your school with a research-based approach to providing growth opportunities for professional staff.  Students will solicit buy-in from school leaders as they consider topics and options for this proposal.  There will be four required components for this project: 

1) Context—briefly describe your school and, if relevant for your project, the department/grade level in which you work. 

2) Needs Assessment, Analysis and Interpretation—Based on class discussions and text readings, determine and defend your selection and use of no fewer than two “ways of assessing need.”  Describe the assessments that you selected and your method of collecting data.  Then identify patterns and trends (“analysis”), and reach conclusions as to what they mean (“interpretations”).  Specifically connect your data-informed trends and interpretations to the professional development proposal that you develop in component 3 below.  

NOTE: During this component of this project, you will be engaged in assessing need.  (Be authentic regarding you taking the lead, as opposed to describing how others in your school may have addressed need for a previous or current PGP activity.) 

3) Prepare a professional development proposal that includes the essential elements of such plans (per class readings).  Be specific when addressing these essential elements, with emphasis on the proposed “learning activities.”  This proposal should be authentic in nature—something that could be used in your school.  NOTE: This plan could be considered during your internship semester. 

4) Use the readings and class discussion to connect your proposal with the research-based traits of effective professional development. For maximum credit under this component in the rubric, you should also discuss and connect the three phases of professional development (orientation, integration, and refinement) with your proposed professional development plan. NOTE: This professional development project is may not exceed nine (9) double-spaced pages. You must include in an appendix a copy of the data assessment methodologies/tools that you selected and used.

(For example, if you used a “review of official documents,” you should include one or two pages of such docs in your appendix, or a chart for observations to collect data. If you used a survey, include a copy of the blank survey in your appendix, etc.)

 

DUE 11/29/16 9 pm EST

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