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Title: LEON COUNTY SCHOOLS Beginning Teacher Programs


1

LEON COUNTY SCHOOLS Beginning Teacher
Programs 2009-2010 Overview for Mentors September
2009
2
Morning Agenda 830 1200
  • Expected Outcomes
  • Knowledge of 2009-2010 Beginning Teacher
    Programscomponents, requirements, and BT
    evaluation.
  • Ability to read the Official Statement of Status
    of Eligibility
  • Understanding of the BT Mentors Role in
    Differentiated Accountability.
  • Ability to use the appropriate Mentor Guide.

3
Who Are You?
  • On your card, answer these questions
  • What is your name?
  • Where were you born?
  • What is your favorite thing to do?
  • Place your card in the basket.

4
Four BT Programs 2009-2010 _______________________
_______________________________________
Professional Education
Competence (PEC) Program.
Alternative Certification Program (ACP)
College of Education (COE) Program.
District Educators Certification
(DEC) Program.

New this year!
5
For more details about requirements for each BT
Program
  • Click on
  • www.tec.leon.k12.fl.us/BeginningTeacherPrgm

Youll find links like these for each program…
Professional Education Competence (PEC)
Program. PEC Program Overview PEC
Program Introduction Program Completion
Guide PEC PowerPoint
6
Legal Framework for BT Programs
Florida Statue
State Board Rule
7
Florida Statute for PEC Program
  • School districts will document the demonstration
    of
  • … 16 Educator Competencies

  • FS
    1012.56 (8)(b)
  • Educator certification requirements

8
Educator Competencies for PEC Program
  • The teacher will be able to
  • --Write and speak in a logical, understandable
    style...
  • --Read, comprehend and interpret text…
  • --Compute, think logically, and solve problems.
  • Measured by
  • passing scores on all four sections of the
  • General Knowledge Test
  • math, reading, English language, and essay
  • State lawGK must be passed within one year of
    hire date
  • to continue teaching.
  • District requirementby end of current school
    year.

9
Educator Competencies for PEC Program
(continued)
  • Reading/math strategies
  • Child development/ESE
  • ESOL awareness/strat.
  • Technology
  • Differentiated instruction
  • Crisis intervention (violence)
  • Substance abuse prevention

  • Child abuse reporting
  • Positive classroom environment
  • Promoting parent involvement/
  • collaborative relationships with
  • students families (2)
  • Diagnosis/assessment/
  • progress monitoring/
  • grading performance.

FS 1012.56 (8)(b)
10
State Board Rule for new ACP
  • School districts must document demonstration of
    mastery of
  • … 12 Florida Educator
  • Accomplished Practices
  • (FEAP)
  • ACP Portfolio is
    required for auditing purposes!
  • 6A-5.065

11
Florida Educator Accomplished Practices for new
ACP
  • (To be demonstrated by the first-year teacher at
    the preprofessional level.)
  • Assessment.
  • Communication.
  • Continuous Improvement.
  • Critical Thinking.
  • Diversity.
  • Ethics.
  • Human Development and Learning.
  • Knowledge of Subject Matter.
  • Learning Environments.
  • Planning.
  • Role of the Teacher.
  • Technology.

12
Documentation of Mastery Teacher
Evaluations (required by LCS)
Teacher Assessment- Part A (classroom
observations) Teacher Assessment-Part B
(conference)

13
LCS Teacher AssessmentA and B correlated with
FEAP and Educator Competencies
  • 12 Essential... Competencies LCS

Area 9 Plans/evaluates. Area 10 Demonstrates
Improvement in Student Performance…
1. Assessment
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Grading Student Performance

Handout
14
State and District Requirements Florida Teacher
Certification Exams
  • ACP and PEC… Subject Area Exam
  • General Knowledge (4 sections)
  • Professional Education Test
  • Must pass
  • Subject-area exam by end of first semester of
    teaching.
  • All sections of GK before the end of current
    school year.
  • Professional Education Test by BT program
    completion due date.
  • COE…………… All tests were passed in college
  • DEC…………… No tests required

15
BT Super Heroes Wanted
16
LCS Beginning Teacher Programs
Supporting the Development of those Super Hero
Teachers
through On-Site Training and Support
17
BT Program Plan
Training Components
  • BT
  • Evaluation
  • Teacher Assessment-
  • Part A
  • (classroom observation)
  • Teacher Assessment-
  • Part B
  • (conference)
  • Objectives
  • 16 Educator Competencies
  • 12 FEAP
  • Numerous Survival Skills

18
BT Training Component 1
Online Courses (from 2 to 13 required)
19
BT Training Component 2
On-Site Training
You
20
On-Site Training
  • Planned
  • Implemented
  • or
  • Coordinated
  • Monitored
  • by…………….

YOU !
21
BT Program Plan
Training Vehicles
  • BT
  • Evaluation
  • Teacher Assessment-
  • Part A
  • (classroom observation)
  • Teacher Assessment-
  • Part B
  • (conference)
  • Objectives
  • 16 Educator Competencies
  • 12 FEAP
  • Numerous Survival Skills

Beacon Online Courses On-Site Training
22
Beginning Teacher SUPPORT SYSTEM
  • School Support Team
  • BT Mentor, BT Administrator
  • MOM Mentors (optional)
  • Retired teachers and administrators mentoring
  • in the classroom.
  • Test Coach to encourage registering
  • for tests.
  • Test Tutors (optional)
  • to prep for tests.

23
BT Administrator Tasks
  • Select BT Mentors
  • Mentors compensation for providing the
    required mentoring services
  • PEC and ACP…………..1,090
  • COE and DEC………….. 546

24
BT Administrator Tasks (continued)
  • Conduct classroom observation(s)
  • Pre- and post-conferences are needed.
  • Meet with BT Mentor to discuss BTs progress and
    to plan interventions
  • if needed.

25
BT Administrator Tasks (continued)
  • Conduct Part B conference with BT.
  • Sign for PEC and ACP
  • Competency Demonstration
    Verification Form.
  • Sign for all BTs
  • Program Completion Verification
    form.

26
BT Mentor Tasks
  • Participate in Mentor trainingstudy Mentors
    Guide.
  • Review program requirements and due dates with
    BTs.
  • Encourage registration for DOE tests.
  • For ACPcomplete Individual Action Plan with BT.
  • Prepare BTs for administrators observation and
    conference (especially Areas 5 and 9).

27
Teacher Assessment-Part A Sample Preparation
Tool
  • Area I Facilitates Student Independent
  • Development and Learning
  • Begins class work and shifts activities without
    delay
  • Orients students to purpose and
  • activities of lesson
  • Allows for student choices in learning
    activities
  • Establishes criteria for student self evaluation
    of academic work
  • Teaches or refers to learning strategies
  • and study skills
  • Provides beginning review of yesterdays lesson
  • Provides review of todays lesson at
  • Have your materials ready and plan system for
    handing out quickly…
  • Have agenda for the week posted and review
    todays agenda…
  • Give choice of homework assignment workbook
    page or on-line resource…
  • Post rubric for A papers…
  • Refer students to poster on the wall listing
    steps in the strategy for todays work…
  • Remind students of yesterdays lesson or
    learning connect todays objectives...
  • Review important points have students write
    learnings in journal…

28
Teacher Assessment-Part B aka The Conference
What to take to the conference
FACE TO FACE
FACE TO FACE
grade book, plan book, Sunshine State Standards,
sample tests, IPDP
29
BT Mentor Tasks (continued)
  • Monitor BTs progress in meeting program
    requirements including tests and online courses.
  • Verify program completion
  • --Review/approve ACP portfolios and submit to
    Staff Development.
  • --Review/approve PEC documentation and submit
    folder.
  • --Review/approve COE/DEC documentation and fax
    only
  • program completion verification form.

30
MOM Mentoring Program 2009-2010
  • LCS contracts with
  • Retired teachers and administrators.
  • Available to work with any BT who requests
    services.
  • Can log hours for providing curricular,
    instructional,
  • and emotional support.
  • May help meet BTs immediate classroom needs
  • if assistance is provided in a way that
    will instruct the
  • beginning teacher.

31
New Teachers Today Highly Qualified for Our
FutureThanks to Mentors!
Beginning Teacher Programs Staff
Development Department Leon County Schools
Leon County Schools does not discriminate
against any person on the basis of gender,
marital status, sexual orientation, race,
religion, national origin, age, color, or
disability.
32
If you have questions about this years BT
Programs--
  • Please contact Carol Allen or
  • Daisy Armistead
  • in the Staff Development Department
  • 487-7206

33
Reading an SOE
Daisy Armistead, Program Specialist Staff
Development Department
34
BT Mentors Role in DA
  • Whats AYP?
  • Whats Floridas Differentiated Accountability
    Continuous Improvement Model (DAcim)?
  • What are the six DA school categories?
  • Why is your name in your SIP?
  • What are DOEs non-negotiables for the
    classroom teachers?

Burning Questions
35
Breakout Session
  • Study of BT Program Mentors Guide

PEC
ACP
COE
36
Wrap UP
  • Parking Lot questions?
  • Questions for the Group?
  • What will you do for follow-up to this session?

37
Thank you, MENTORS!
  • All of us at Staff Development and Leon County
    Schools appreciate your willingness to give your
    time and expertise to teaching, mentoring, and
    supporting new teachers.
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