Crossett High School Professional Development Plan


Feb 11, 2018 - Webb's Depth of Knowledge to empower educators to identify and ... Day 1-2 will be offered as one registration for teachers' not ... registration for teachers needing their Pre-AP certification. .... Teachers will collaborate in their grade level groups to .... Building administrators will close the day by answering.

Crossett High School Professional Development Plan 2018-2019 ESC Works #

Time

Attendees

Topic

Goals

Location

355108

June 4-15

Brown

Computer Science

Computer Science Essentials Training

Russellville

June 11

Shores Wilkerson Harrison

Math Instruction

Math-Cognitive Rigor and Depth of Knowledge (DOK)

SE Coop Monticello

Art Teachers

Art Instruction

Intensive Studio Art Classes Henderson State University

July 9-20

Jones

Engineering

Project Lead the Way Principles of Engineering

July 16-18

Gibson Jones

Science Instruction

"How can we help prepare our students for standardized tests, without spending valuable instruction time on test preparation? One way to improve mathematics teaching and learning is through effective questioning. This professional learning experience will focus on using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge to empower educators to identify and create questions that give students the opportunity to learn at the highest levels, which will help them be successful on any exam/test they encounter. Online and/or follow-up opportunities will be available upon request.

341969

356283

6-25-18 6-28-18

Russellville

355110

343125 343127

Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) for Physical Science and Chemistry: Navigating from Standards to Instruction Come experience a new vision for the high school science experience! During this threeday opportunity, educators will engage in phenomenon-based investigations aligned to the new Physical Science - Integrated and Chemistry - Integrated courses. Student-focused learning through the application of science, math and literacy skills will be highlighted. Day 1-2 will be offered as one registration for teachers’ not needing Pre-AP certification. Day 3 will be offered as a separate registration for teachers needing their Pre-AP certification.

SE Coop Monticello

355112

July 16-20

9TH Grade Core Teachers Instructional Coaches Special Ed Teachers

Shores, Wilkerson Harrison Brooks Harris Adams Morris Ebarb Stitch Mann

N/A

ACT Aspire Assessments

Summit Learning Conference This conference is for the teachers who will be participating in Summit Learning, a personalized learning platform for students in the 9 th grade. ADE has partnered with ACT to provide a one day training centered around the design, scoring and reporting of ACT Aspire assessments and provide lessons that can be used in the classroom to help promote student success on these assessments. Participants will hear from experts at Pearson, ACT and state content specialists about activities that can be incorporated into their classrooms to support success on the ACT Aspire assessments. This workshop is intended for classroom teachers in grades 3-10 who teach math, ELA or science.

North Little Rock High School Center for Excellence SE Coop Monticello

Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) for Biology:

343125 343127

355114

July 23-26

Ferrell Navigating from Standards to Instruction Come experience a new vision for the high school science experience! During this threeday opportunity, educators will engage in phenomenon-based investigations aligned to the new Biology Integrated course. Student-focused learning through the application of science, math and literacy skills will be highlighted. Shifting instruction to meet the needs of today's learner as well as support for success on the ACT Aspire and ACT Test.

July 24-27

356285

July 17-20

354450

July 25-26

342468

July 30

Jones

Robotics

Day 1-2 will be offered as one registration for teachers’ not needing Pre-AP certification. Day 3 will be offered as a separate registration for teachers needing their Pre-AP certification FANUC Robotic Arm Training

Ferrell

AP Biology

AP Biology Training

U of A

Ebarb

AP Language

AP Language Training

U of A

Crossett School District New Teacher Academy

TIPS Center

Year 2 Novice Teachers at SE Coop

SE Coop

Required for all teachers new to Crossett School District for 18-19 Gibson, Gee, Govan

ADE Mentoring Program

UAM CTC

All 1st Year Teachers (novice) English Teachers

342469

July 31-Aug 2

355116

August 2

355118

August 2

Math Teachers

355130

August 3

355132

August 3

Social Studies Teachers Science Teachers

350885

August 6, 2018

ADE Mentoring Program

Year I Novice Teacher Training

SE coop

Curriculum Planning Brooks Curriculum Planning Dodd Curriculum Planning Brooks Curriculum Planning Dodd Pre AP Training

English Department Curriculum Planning for 18-19

CHS

Math Department Curriculum Planning for 18-19

CHS

Social Studies Curriculum Planning for 18-19

Science Curriculum Planning for 18-19

Pre AP Training

SE Coop Monticello

Monday, August 6, 2018 Morning Agenda: Entire Staff ESC Works #

Time

Presenter (s)

Topic(s)

Goal(s)

Location

8:00- 8:15

Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

Welcome Back Teachers!

CHS Library

8:15- 9:30

Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Dodd

Building Administrators will welcome the high school staff and review the agenda and expectations for the day. 1. Teachers will break into grade levels and analyze ACT Aspire Data and ACT Data. 2. Teachers will collaborate to identify students’ success (students who are “Ready/Exceeding” and met College Benchmark scores) and identify students’ areas of need (students who are “Close/In Need of Support and did not meet College Benchmark scores)

355120

9:30- 9:40

N/A

9:40- 10:30

Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Dodd

10:30- 11:30

Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Dodd

ACT Aspire Data ACT Data

BREAK! 

Skills required/tested on ACT Aspire and ACT

ACT Aspire Data ACT Data

Take a mental break 

Teachers will collaborate in their grade level groups to review and analyze the skills/tested on the ACT Aspire and ACT exams. They will determine which skills need to be addressed (areas of growth for students). The Instructional Facilitators will present the data for both the ACT Aspire and ACT with visuals. The IFs will show the correlation between MAP and the end-of-year exams. The Instructional Facilitators will lead discussion on skills

CHS Library

Not in the library (do not leave campus)

CHS Library

11:30 am – 12:30pm 12:30 pm – 12:45 pm

N/A

LUNCH! Food time!

Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Dodd

12:45 pm – 1:30 pm

Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Dodd

Addressing the skills the students need – based on the ACT Aspire and ACT Data E.A.G.L.E. Time

1:30 pm – 1:40 pm

N/A

Break! 

1:40 pm – 2:45 pm

Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Dodd

E.A.G.L.E. Time (continued)

2:45 pm – 3:00 pm

Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

Closing Remarks

that need to be addressed, allowing teachers in the grade level groups to add commentary/ask questions. Eat! Refuel! The Instructional Facilitators will summarize the findings from the morning session’s activity. This will help transition into the next topic.

CHS Library Off – campus CHS Library

1. Distribute E.A.G.L.E. Time manuals to staff members. 2. Review the purpose and expectations of E.A.G.L.E. Time 3. Review where to find resources for E.A.G.L.E. Time. 4. Review changes/updates to E.A.G.L.E. Time) Take a mental break  1. Review uploading lesson plans for E.A.G.L.E. Time. 2. Distribute and review lessons for the first week of E.A.G.L.E. Time – no requesting the first week of school. Teachers complete a survey for the day’s sessions.

Not in the library (do not leave campus) CHS Library

CHS Library

Tuesday, August 7, 2018 Morning and Afternoon Sessions: All staff members – staff members will choose 5 sessions to attend throughout the day ESC Works #

Time

Presenter (s)

Topic(s)

Goal(s)

Location

8:00 am – 8:15am

Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

Explanation of the day

Building Administrators will explain the layout of the day and expectations for attendance. All staff members will attend 5 sessions – 3 sessions are mandatory for all staff (they may choose when in the day they will attend them). Each session will have a maximum limit so the groups remain small.

CHS Library

2:45 pm – 3:00 pm

Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

Closing

Building Administrators will close the day with requiring staff members to complete surveys based on all sessions attended throughout the day.

CHS Library

355122

Session 1: 8:20 - 9:20 am

Session 3: 10:30- 11:30 am

Session 4: 12:35 pm – 1:35 pm

Session 2: 9:25- 10:25 am

Session 5: 1:40 pm – 2:40 pm

Lunch 11:30- 12:30 pm

Session Options Session Option

Presenter(s)

Topic

Goal (s)

Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

Administration Expectations

Building administrators will lead staff members in discussion reviewing professionalism on campus, expectations regarding paperwork and procedures, etc.

Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

School Policy

A ** All staff members are required to attend this session at some point in the day. This will be offered twice.

Location CHS Library

B ** All staff members are required to attend this session at some point in the day. This will be offered twice. C **This will be offered twice throughout the day.

Mrs. Brooks

Close Reading Strategies

D **This will be offered twice throughout the day. E **All staff members are required to attend this session at some point in the day. It will be offered 4 times throughout the day.

Mrs. Brooks

Writing

Mrs. Dodd

GPS Dashboard

F Mrs. Dodd

Eschool

Building administrators will lead staff members in discussion reviewing the PPC book, the student handbook, and FAQ. Teachers will actively participate in Close Reading Strategies that will help guide students according to their RIT scores and with Informational Text as well as Narrative Text. Teachers will actively participate in Writing activities and review the 6 + traits writing rubric. This rubric is used on the ACT Aspire test; teachers will be expected to utilize it in their classrooms for writing. Teachers will log into GPS Dashboard and explore the various ways to look up information pertaining to students and their success.

CHS Library

TBD

TBD

TBD Teachers will receive a tutorial regarding the aspects of ESchool and how to utilize it to keep parents updated.

TBD

**This will be offered only once in the day. G Mrs. Brooks

Google Classroom

**This will be offered only once in the day. H Coach Wolcott

Discipline

Teachers will receive a tutorial regarding the aspects and use of Google Classroom. Teachers will understand how to use this platform for teaching and turning in work. The Dean of Students will inform teachers of the process for writing a discipline slip and review

TBD

TBD

**This will be offered only once in the day.

ESC Works #

Time 8:00 am – 9:45 am

the matrix of the discipline administered at the secondary level.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 Morning and Afternoon: All staff member Presenter (s) Topic(s)

Goal(s)

Location

Guest

Alice Training for Schools

Teachers will become familiar with the acronym “Alice” and learn through scenarios and application. Teachers will have a better understanding of the steps and procedures that are highly recommended in case of an emergency. Teachers will understand and review how to create a safe environment. Additional emergency protocols will also be reviewed and practiced.

CHS Library

9:45 am – 10:00 am

N/A

Break! �

Take a mental break. �

N/A

10:00 am – 11:30 am

Guest

Alice Training for Schools (continued)

11:30 am – 12:30 pm

N/A

Lunch

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Guest

Alice Training for Schools (continued)

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Guest Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

Closing Remarks Question and Answer Reflection

355124

Teachers will become familiar with the acronym “Alice” and learn through scenarios and application. Teachers will have a better understanding of the steps and procedures that are highly recommended in case of an emergency. Teachers will understand and review how to create a safe environment. Additional emergency protocols will also be reviewed and practiced. Eat! Refuel! Teachers will become familiar with the acronym “Alice” and learn through scenarios and application. Teachers will have a better understanding of the steps and procedures that are highly recommended in case of an emergency. Teachers will understand and review how to create a safe environment. Additional emergency protocols will also be reviewed and practiced. Building administrators will close the day by answering any additional questions or concerns. Teachers will be required to complete a survey/reflection based on their experience during the training.

Thursday, August 9, 2018 Morning and Afternoon: All staff members

CHS Library

Off-campus

CHS Library

CHS Library

ESC Works #

Time

Presenter (s)

Topic(s)

Goal(s)

Location

8:00 am – 11:00 am

Mr. Williams and guests

Welcome Back!

Ethics Presentation

CMS Cafeteria

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

N/A

Lunch

Eat! Refuel!

Off-campus

12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Mr. Sasser

Parental Involvement Suicide Awareness Bullying

355126 The high school counselor will lead teachers in discussions covering serious topics that are present at the secondary level. Teachers will learn key phrases to use when speaking with students regarding these topics. Teachers will become familiar with the process and required steps that must be taken when they become involved in any of the situations and students.

CHS Library

Friday, August 10, 2018 Morning and Afternoon: All staff members ESC Works #

Time

Presenter (s)

Topic(s)

8:00 am – 8:15 am

Mrs. Brown Mr. Boykin

Explanation of day and expectations

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

N/A

Lunch

Eat! Refuel!

Off-campus

12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

N/A

Classroom Set up

Teachers continue to work in their classrooms as they prepare for the first day of school.

CHS Building

October 22, 2018 8-11 am

Brown Boykin

TBD

TBD

CHS Building

January 7, 2018 8-3 pm

Brown Boykin

TBD

TBD

CHS Building

355128

355134 355136

Goal(s) Building administrators will explain their expectations of the teachers for the day. All teachers are to work in their classrooms throughout the day to prepare for the first day of school. In addition, teachers will meet with the Special Education teachers to review paperwork (IEPs and 504s) and sign the appropriate documents.

Location CHS Building

355138

February 11, 2018 8-11 am

Brown Boykin

TBD

TBD

CHS Building

Understanding Your Professional Development Hours 190 Day Contract Days Consist of: 178 Instructional Days 10 Professional Development Days (3 Summer Flex Days, August 6-10, Oct. 22 (3 hrs.), Jan. 7, Feb. 11 (3 hrs.)) 2 P/T Conference Days

REQUIRED ANNUAL--Professional Development from ADE 2018-2019

Parental Involvement

Building Administrator

Assigned Building

All certified licensed personnel

2 Hours

2019-2020

Teen Suicide Prevention

Building Administrator

Assigned Building

All certified licensed personnel

2 Hours

2020-2021

Arkansas History Workshop

Building Administrator

Assigned Building

All certified licensed personnel

2 Hours

2021-2022

Mandated Reporter Child Maltreatment

Building Administrator

Assigned Building

All certified licensed personnel

2 Hours

The following required trainings are to be scheduled during the year at the building level during PLC meetings or Faculty meetings. Anti-Bullying Sexual Harassment Human Trafficking School Safety Emergency Drills

Code of Ethics Staff Health & Wellness Active Shooter Training

Smart Core Curriculum Policy Training TESS-Teacher Excellence and Support System Diversity Training as Needed Dyslexia Awareness ESchool Gradebook Attendance

Anticipated Rescuers Anticipated rescuers shall receive training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of the automated external defibrillators as required by ADE Rule.

At least once every three (3) years, each person employed as an athletic coach shall obtain training in recognition and management of the following events or conditions that may be encountered by a student during athletic training and physical activities: A concussion, dehydration, or other health emergency; An environmental issue that threatens the health or safety of students; A communicable

disease and Sudden Cardiac Arrest

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