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Flipped/Differentiated Teacher Professional Development
Transcript of Flipped/Differentiated Teacher Professional Development
The Flipped and Differentiated Teacher Professional Development Model
What teacher professional development must be. (eSchool News, 2011)
What is Professional
acquisition of skills and knowledge
for both personal development and for career advancement( Wikipedia 2013).
process of obtaining the skills, qualification, and experience
that allow you to make progress in your career (McMillian Dictionary, 2013).
Professional development generally refers to
ongoing learning opportunities
available to teachers and other education personnel through their schools and districts (Education Week, 2011).
Time and Morale
Heavy laden with vague and undetermined goals
Lacks proven data to support teacher and school improvement
Poorly designed and lacks quality (Brown, C. 2011)
A day or hour away from the students that is just that, a win-win situation. (Smith, M. 2011)
Flipped/Differentiated Teacher Professional Development Instructional Design
supported by Blackboard
Types of Professional Development
Formal teacher induction
College credit courses that fulfill recertification or salary boosts.
National Board Certification Process
After school meetings
Facilitated by Skillful Leaders
Utilize Resources Wisely
Employ Learning Designs
Aligned with student performance
Conducted in a Learning Community
Professional Development. (n.d.) McMillian Dictionary online. Retrieved from http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/professional-development
Professional Development. (n.d). Wikipedia. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional_development
Professional Development. (2011, June, 29). Education Week. Retrieved from http://www.edweek.org/ew/issues/professional-development/
TechSmith. (2013, April, 22). Flipping professional development: no teacher bored in the back.... Retrieved from http://youtu.be/ox4i9yVQUUIYouTube
Stansbury, M. (Feb. 12, 2012). Seven Standards for Effective Professional Development. Retrieved from http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/02/18/seven-standards-for-effective-professional-development
Brown, C. (2011, March, 23). Redesign the system. New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2011/03/27/how-to-raise-the-status-of-teachers/redesign-the-workforce-system-for-teachers
Smith, M. (2011, March, 14). Professional development means development as a Professional. Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-n-smith/professional-development-_b_834923.html
The district has mandated that all teachers must attend three after schools sessions of learning the Common Core standards for reading.
Can you tell the difference between a traditional model of professional development and the flipped/differentiated model of professional development?
You and your mentoring colleague have printed the Common Core reading standards from the website and are planning to outline them at a local Starbucks after school. Once you are done you will upload the breakdown of the standards onto the Wiki for the other teachers to have access to.
The district feels like all of the teachers need to be refreshed on child abuse laws. You are to log in to the district website at your conveince and watch the online video and take an assessment on the material.
Learning Communities - Wiki Groups that are flexible and responsive
Data Driven - The Teachers Self-Assessment, LMS Tracking and Observation
Skillful Leaders - An LMS Facilitator, Coaches, Principal and Teachers
Resources - Blackboard LMS, Computers and a partnership with a local research university.
Employ Learning Designs - The Flipped Model and applying Differentiation to Teacher Professional Development
Aligning Performance - Correlating teacher progress with student performance
Pairing Elements of the Flipped/Differentiated Design with what a Professional Development must be structured with:
The Data from the Needs Analysis
1. What professional development is.
What you are going to learn.
2. Types of teacher professional development.
3. What teacher professional development should look like.
4. Data that supports this model.
5. Descriptions of what flipped and differentiated strategies are.
6. How the model supports what a professional development should be.
After School Meetings