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									Implementing High Quality
Professional Development




       Tammie Carlson
     Director of Instruction
Today’s Goals
 Key Elements of
  Quality Professional
  Development
 Learn about TCTC
 Share our Data
 Share our PD
  Activities correlated
  with our data
 Learn the elements
  of our PD Program
Key Elements of Effective
Professional Development
             Clear purpose linked to
              research, student data,
              goals, and needs
             Accountability through
              classroom use of ideas
              and impact on students
             Shared decision-making
              which includes an
              emphasis on teacher
              input
Key Elements of Effective
Professional Development
  Incorporation of relevant hands
   on activities
  Integration of opportunities for
   follow-up and application
  Strong leadership and a positive,
   collegial atmosphere
         Philosophy
“If you are not taking care of the
  students, take care of someone
  who is”
           Who Are We…
 First Technology Center in Oklahoma
   1967
 Offer Full-Time Programs and
  Customized Training
 Educated over 7,000 students in FY 08
 700 Full-Time Students
 Offer over 30 Career Majors
 108 Full-Time Employees
           Vision
 Inspiring success through
   life changing learning
         experiences

          Mission
To provide superior training
          Partnerships
 Eleven High School Partners
 University of Oklahoma
 Oklahoma State University
 Oklahoma Wesleyan
  University
 Coffeyville Community
  College
 Rogers State University
 Advanced Academics
     Online Web Based
Modeled Business Practices
 QuikTrip Corporation (Forbes list of
  Top 100 places to work in the U.S.)
 Malcolm Baldrige Education Criteria
  for Performance Excellence
 Baldrige Winners
     Bama Corporation
     Park Place Lexus
     Richland College
     Bronson Hospital
               Core Values
Student Focused
 Success of our students is the fundamental value upon which
  all decisions are made.
Investing in the Community
 Economic strength & quality of life in the communities we
  serve will be enhanced by what we do.
Leadership by All
 Highly engaged employees who are committed to continuous
  improvement & focused on the future will ensure the success
  of our organization.
Great Place to Work
 An exceptional team of professionals, highly engaged in
  achieving success for all creates a positive work culture.
      Strategic Aims
 Instructional & Learning Excellence
   Continuous improvement in the delivery of instruction

 Economic & Community Development
   Fostering partnerships & strengthening involvement in our
    communities

 Fiscal & Operational Effectiveness
   Efficient, ethical & fiscally responsible management of
    resources

 Employee Development & Well-Being
   Providing an environment where employees have the
    opportunity to excel
Full-Time Programs
     21 Programs/32 Career
     Options
     Construction Tech - 2005
     Pre-Engineering - 2006
 Current Partner Schools

  Barnsdall      Oklahoma Union
  Bartlesville   Pawhuska
  Caney Valley   South Coffeyville
  Copan          Wesleyan Christian
  Dewey          Wynona
► Nowata
     Initiatives
   Technology Centers That Work Site
   Tech Prep Consortium
   Early Childhood Pilot Program
   Tech Works Academy
     Drop Out Prevention
 Alliance Agreement
What was your most
successful PD Activity
last school year?
 Data Driven PD Priorities
 Leadership Team – June
  Retreat
 Faculty – August Retreat
   Literacy/English EOI Scores
   HS Student College
    Matriculation
   Staff w/ Degrees and
    National Certification
   Staff and Supervisor
    Training
Select Partner School EOI
English Data

 Bartlesville –
  74%
 Dewey - 74%
 Nowata – 53%
 Wynona – 33%
Increase English EOI Scores
       Literacy Focus
 Max Teaching with Reading and
  Writing
 Teacher led Lunch and Learn
   2008 Student Success Data

 93% Retention Completion Rate
 98% Licensure and Certification Rate
 92% Related Placement
   HS College Matriculation in 2007 – 42%
 Average Wage $13.59 per hour
 44 National Qualifiers
 National Technical Honor Society-124
Increase HS Student College
Matriculation Rate
  Chad Cargill for
   Students and Teachers
  Became an official ACT
   Testing site
  Celebrated students
   that registered for the
   ACT
  College Visits
Organizational Success Data
 92% Employee Satisfaction Rate
   Supervisor Rating
 38% Nationally Certified Staff
   6 National Board Certified Teachers
 53% of staff with B.S. or higher
 SREB TCTW Gold Readiness Award -
  2008
 Oklahoma Commitment to Quality
  Award 2006
Increase Staff w/ Degrees
and National Certification
 Educational Assistance Plan
   Half Tuition at Oklahoma Wesleyan
    University
   Reimburse $75 per credit hour
   Maximum $675 per Fiscal Year
   Grade of a “B” or better
 NBCT Mentoring Program
     Expectation for all Teachers
     Teacher’s Assistant
     Personal Guidance – Hand Holding
     $1000 raise
 Staff and Supervisor Training

 Essential
  Managers Series
     Dealing w/ People
     Motivating People
     Reducing Stress
     Managing Change
     Communicate
      Clearly
Employee Professional
Development Committee
  Faculty
  Student Services
  Technology
  Economic and Community
   Development
  Dental Hygiene
  Practical Nursing
  Student Success Center
  Professional Development
  Committee
 Maintain Point System
 Establish School Wide Activities
    Aligned with Key Performance Objectives
    Based on Data Analysis
 2008-2009 Training Priorities
    Numeracy in the Classroom
    Campus Safety and Security
    Implementing Quality Tools
 Plan and Implement Activities
Professional Development
Goals
Standards Based Program
 Goals for Each Staff Member are
  Individualized
 Align with our Mission and Goals
   Bottom Line
     Key Performance Measures
TCTC Professional Development
Point System
   Developed by PD Committee
   2007 – 2008 over 2,700 Points
    Earned
   Reviewed Annually
   Online Point Request System
   Points are Granted Based on
    Value of Activity
     Not Hours or “Seat Time”
     Points Requirements are Determined
      by Work Group Supervisor
     Faculty – 25 Points Per Year
Key Elements of Effective
Professional Development
  Clear purpose linked to research,
   student data, goals, and needs
  Accountability through classroom use
   of ideas and impact on students
  Shared decision-making which
   includes an emphasis on teacher input
Key Elements of Effective
Professional Development
  Incorporation of relevant hands
   on activities
  Integration of opportunities for
   follow-up and application
  Strong leadership and a positive,
   collegial atmosphere
 Questions




   Tammie Carlson
Director of Instruction
    918-331-3238
  tcarlson@tctc.org

								
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