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    • 08/10/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 10/23/2018
    • 3:30 PM
    • Intermediate Unit 9: 119 Mechanic Street Smethport, Pa, 16749
    • 23
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    Evaluation Academy at IU9

    The Evaluation Academy is designed for administrators and supervisors who are responsible for the evaluation of teachers using the PDE Measuring Teacher Effectiveness Model (Act 82).  The Measuring Teacher Effectiveness Model is based on the work of Charlotte Danielson’s Enhancing Professional Practice.  The  academy will equip those who evaluate teachers with  the knowledge of classroom data collection processes, use of the data to inform evaluation, and then using evaluation to either improve the professional practice of the teacher or move toward dismissal.

    The PASCD Evaluation Academy is PDE PIL approved for Act 45 credit. Participants will receive 40 Act 45 or Act 48 hours.

    Click here to download the Evaluation Academy registration brochure. 

    Program Topics:

    • Application of  the research used in the Danielson Framework for Teaching
    • Use of different artifacts to substantiate multiple measures for evaluating teacher performance
    • Evaluation of model district policy and data-based procedures related to teacher evaluation
    • Identification of potential options as a result of teacher performance evaluation
    • Conducting conferences with marginal and failing teachers procedures and techniques
    • Developing understanding of Title 22—Act 82
    • Developing a dismissal procedure
    • The steps of the dismissal procedure including due process

     IU 9 Dates:

    • August 10, 2018
    • September 25, 2018
    • October 23, 2018

    Agenda:

    Day 1:  7 Hours

    • Impact of teacher effectiveness on multiple measures of student achievement
    • Apply research from the Danielson Framework for Teaching
    • Utilize and assess a variety of collected artifacts in order to substantiate multiple measures for evaluation of teacher performance

     
    Day 2:   7 Hours

    • Distinction between a model and ineffective district dismissal plan and procedures
    • Potential responses to address poor teacher performance
    • Creating a defensible and appropriate teacher improvement plan
    • Conferencing with a proficient, marginal or failing teacher


    Day 3:   7 Hours

    • Adhering to PA legal requirements to ensure due process
    • Addressing poor student achievement in relation to individual teacher deficiencies
    • Discussion and evaluation of participant’s district model

    There will be a total of 19 hours of embedded activities and a culminating project that will involve use of the strategies and techniques learned in the academy instruction.

    Registration Fee: $400 for PASCD Members $465 for non-PASCD Members

    Registration includes: Registration, Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Workshop Materials


    • 08/13/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 11/29/2018
    • 3:30 PM
    • Intermediate Unit 19: 1200 Line Street Pa, 18403
    • 20
    Registration is closed

    Supervision Academy at IU19

    The PASCD Supervision Academy targets educators who have an interest in promoting teacher growth through the supervisory process. The program is very beneficial for building administrators, central office administrators, teacher leaders and anyone contemplating an administrative position.

    Participants will unpack beliefs and assumptions about supervision and evaluation, discuss the essential ingredients that must be present to foster a climate of inquiry, practice using classroom observational tools, analyze data to improve instruction, understand and apply supervisory practices when dealing with novice teachers, seasoned teachers and marginal teachers, and discuss evaluation practices and implementation. 

    The PASCD Supervision Academy is PDE PIL approved for Act 45 credit. Participants will receive 40 Act 45 or Act 48 hours.

    Click here to download the Supervision Academy registration brochure.

    IU 19 Dates:

    • August 13, 2018
    • October 15, 2018
    • November 29, 2018

    Program Topics:

    • Distinction between supervision and evaluation
    • Use of observational tools for supervision and evaluation
    • Verbal and non-verbal data collection tools
    • Use and purpose of the data collection to guide student learning
    • Data analysis and data driven decision making to guide classroom instruction and student achievement
    • Reflective conferencing procedures and techniques
    • Evaluation for both summative and formative purposes
    • Exploring an exemplary supervision/evaluation model

    Agenda:

    Day 1:  7 Hours

    • Difference between supervision and evaluation
    • Change process
    • Judgments, inferences, and observations
    • Organization climate and access
    • Classroom observation strategies—verbal flow & selective verbatim

    Day 2:  7 Hours

    • Discussion of verbal flow and selective verbatim practice
    • Non-verbal data collection strategies and techniques
    • Introduction of evaluation for summative and formative purposes
    • Introduction to differentiated supervision practice
    • Working with the marginal teacher - supervision and evaluation

     

    Day 3:  7 Hours

    • Discussion and review of both verbal and non-verbal data collection
    • Strategies for conducting reflective and direct teacher conferences
    • The process for creating a Differentiated Supervision Model

    Registration Fee: $400 for PASCD Members $465 for non-PASCD Members

    Registration includes: Registration, Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Workshop Materials


    • 10/08/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 06/18/2019
    • 3:30 PM
    • Red Lion School District Education Center:: 696 Delta Road :: Red Lion, Pa 17356
    • 18
    Registration is closed

    Supervision Academy
    (Red Lion School District Administrators Only)

    The PASCD Supervision Academy targets educators who have an interest in promoting teacher growth through the supervisory process. The program is very beneficial for building administrators, central office administrators, teacher leaders and anyone contemplating an administrative position.

    Participants will unpack beliefs and assumptions about supervision and evaluation, discuss the essential ingredients that must be present to foster a climate of inquiry, practice using classroom observational tools, analyze data to improve instruction, understand and apply supervisory practices when dealing with novice teachers, seasoned teachers and marginal teachers, and discuss evaluation practices and implementation. 

    The PASCD Supervision Academy is PDE PIL approved for Act 45 credit. Participants will receive 40 Act 45 or Act 48 hours.

    Click here to download the Supervision Academy registration brochure.

    Red Lion School District Dates:

    • October 8, 2018
    • January 18, 2019
    • June 18, 2019

    Program Topics:

    • Distinction between supervision and evaluation
    • Use of observational tools for supervision and evaluation
    • Verbal and non-verbal data collection tools
    • Use and purpose of the data collection to guide student learning
    • Data analysis and data driven decision making to guide classroom instruction and student achievement
    • Reflective conferencing procedures and techniques
    • Evaluation for both summative and formative purposes
    • Exploring an exemplary supervision/evaluation model

    Agenda:

    Day 1:  7 Hours

    • Difference between supervision and evaluation
    • Change process
    • Judgments, inferences, and observations
    • Organization climate and access
    • Classroom observation strategies—verbal flow & selective verbatim

    Day 2:  7 Hours

    • Discussion of verbal flow and selective verbatim practice
    • Non-verbal data collection strategies and techniques
    • Introduction of evaluation for summative and formative purposes
    • Introduction to differentiated supervision practice
    • Working with the marginal teacher - supervision and evaluation

     

    Day 3:  7 Hours

    • Discussion and review of both verbal and non-verbal data collection
    • Strategies for conducting reflective and direct teacher conferences
    • The process for creating a Differentiated Supervision Model

    Registration Fee: $400 for PASCD Members $465 for non-PASCD Members

    Registration includes: Registration, Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Workshop Materials


    • 10/26/2018
    • 12/17/2018
    • Asynchronous Online Course
    • 38
    Register

    PASCD Online Digital Leadership and Innovation Academy - Fall 2018
    (asynchronous online course)

    Click here to download the registration flyer.
    Description:

    Throughout the online course, learners will be introduced to a variety of types of instructional technology and innovation instructional leadership strategies that focus on example programs to advance the technical skills of both digital leaders and for those educators in which they supervise. This academy is worth 40 Act 45 hours. 


    Course goals:

    1. Define innovation and describe how innovation looks and feels in a classroom or school.
    2. Analyze the changes you could make that would strengthen relationships and empower teachers and learners to take risks.
    3. Compare where you are now as a digital leader to where you need to go and construct a plan for how to get there.


    The program utilizes the text The Innovator's Mindset: Empower Learning, Unleash Talent and Lead a Culture of Creativity by George Couros.


    • 10/26/2018
    • 12/31/2018
    • Asynchronous Online Course
    • 31
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    Online Curriculum Leadership Academy - Fall 2018
    (asynchronous online course)

    Click here to download the registration flyer.
    Description:

    The Pennsylvania ASCD Curriculum Leadership Academy is designed for administrators who are interested in the development, implementation and evaluation of curriculum, instruction and assessment in the district. This is an Act 45 approved professional development opportunity worth thirty (30) Act 45 hours.

    The Pennsylvania ASCD Curriculum Leadership Academy is a program designed to provide in-depth learning and networking opportunities that develop curriculum leadership. Curriculum design, development, implementation, and evaluation have become complex processes in today’s schools. New school leaders assigned curriculum leadership duties are often placed in such roles without all the prerequisite knowledge and skills. The Pennsylvania ASCD Curriculum Leadership Academy is designed to help these educators gain a deeper understanding of how to get started. Strategies and techniques to be successful, resources that are available, and how to continue to improve in a variety of areas of curriculum leadership will be addressed.

    What is the Format of the Online Curriculum Leadership Academy:

    Pennsylvania ASCD's Online Curriculum Leadership Academy allows participants to work at their own pace asynchronously in our online learning management system, Eduplanet21. Participants will respond to discussion board posts, review relevant presentations, and submit job-embedded assignments.

    Unit and Lesson Overview:

    Unit 1:  Developing and Revising the Curriculum

    • Lesson 1:  Curriculum Leadership
    • Lesson 2:  Curriculum Cycles
    • Lesson 3:  Standards Aligned Systems (SAS)
    Unit 2:  Implementing the Curriculum
    • Lesson 1:  Best Practices in Curriculum Design
    • Lesson 2:  Communicating the Curriculum
    • Lesson 3:  Staff Development
    • Lesson 4:  Technology
    Unit 3:  Evaluating the Curriculum
    • Lesson 1:  Data
    • Lesson 2:  Evaluation Cycle
    • Lesson 3:  Self- Assessment
    • 11/06/2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 01/22/2019
    • 3:30 PM
    • Intermediate Unit 5: 252 Waterford Street Edinboro, Pa 16412
    • 17
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    PASCD Evaluation Academy at IU 5

    The Evaluation Academy is designed for administrators and supervisors who are responsible for the evaluation of teachers using the PDE Measuring Teacher Effectiveness Model (Act 82).  The Measuring Teacher Effectiveness Model is based on the work of Charlotte Danielson’s Enhancing Professional Practice.  The  academy will equip those who evaluate teachers with  the knowledge of classroom data collection processes, use of the data to inform evaluation, and then using evaluation to either improve the professional practice of the teacher or move toward dismissal.

    Please click here to view/download the evaluation academy brochure.

    The PASCD Evaluation Academy is PDE PIL approved for Act 45 credit. Participants will receive 40 Act 45 or Act 48 hours.

    Program Topics:

    • Application of  the research used in the Danielson Framework for Teaching
    • Use of different artifacts to substantiate multiple measures for evaluating teacher performance
    • Evaluation of model district policy and data-based procedures related to teacher evaluation
    • Identification of potential options as a result of teacher performance evaluation
    • Conducting conferences with marginal and failing teachers procedures and techniques
    • Developing understanding of Title 22—Act 82
    • Developing a dismissal procedure
    • The steps of the dismissal procedure including due process

     IU 5 Dates and Times:

    • November 6, 2018
    • December 11, 2018
    • January 22, 2019
    • Times:  8:30am to 3:30pm each day

    Agenda:

    Day 1:  7 Hours

    • Impact of teacher effectiveness on multiple measures of student achievement
    • Apply research from the Danielson Framework for Teaching
    • Utilize and assess a variety of collected artifacts in order to substantiate multiple measures for evaluation of teacher performance

     
    Day 2:   7 Hours

    • Distinction between a model and ineffective district dismissal plan and procedures
    • Potential responses to address poor teacher performance
    • Creating a defensible and appropriate teacher improvement plan
    • Conferencing with a proficient, marginal or failing teacher


    Day 3:   7 Hours

    • Adhering to PA legal requirements to ensure due process
    • Addressing poor student achievement in relation to individual teacher deficiencies
    • Discussion and evaluation of participant’s district model

    There will be a total of 19 hours of embedded activities and a culminating project that will involve use of the strategies and techniques learned in the academy instruction.

    Registration Fee: $400 for PASCD Members $465 for non-PASCD Members

    Registration includes: Registration, Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Workshop Materials


    • 11/18/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 11/20/2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • Hershey Lodge and Convention Center
    • 30
    Register

    PASCD 68th Annual Conference: Advocate. Connect. Transform. It's Time to Act!
    Are your students "Future Ready?"

    Join us at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center for three days of nationally recognized keynote speakers and Pennsylvania specific small group sessions showcasing educational best practices. 

    Keynote speakers include: Tom Murray, Margaret Golden, and Jean Dyszel.

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