IPDP-Professional Learning Plan 2012 by 0rtRqb

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									                                         PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN
                                                  2012-13
Educator Name: Meredith Lawrence                            School: Wakulla Prekindergarten

A Professional Learning Plan (PLP) is an individual educator’s written plan that defines the
educator’s professional learning focus for growth each school year. F.S. 1012.98(4)(b)5.
Below are the Professional Educator expectations found in the Florida Professional Learning Protocol Standards.
The standards are designed to establish and evaluate the professional learning of educators statewide. Utilize
these to guide a discussion with your administrator as you initially create your PLP, provide evidence of
implementation and assess the effectiveness of your plan to gain new knowledge and skills by years end.
                                Professional Learning Protocol Standards
These standards will be used to guide professional discussion between the educator and administrator to create
and evaluate the educator’s IPLP. Indicate which standards below will be included in your plan.
Planning (place an ‘x’ by all that apply)
X I am reflecting on my professional practices and analyzed my student data
X I am meeting with my administrator to jointly create the focus of my professional learning goals and activities
X I am creating my Professional Learning Plan for 2012-13 as required by Florida Statute
Learning (place an ‘x’ by all that apply)
     I am participating in a Learning Community
     I am focusing my study on a content specific area
     I am focusing my study on learning new Instructional or Behavioral Strategies
    I am participating in professional learning activities that will be rigorous and of a sustained duration
    (Knowledge Building, Guided Practice, Implementation, and Ongoing Reflection)
    I am participating in the use of technology throughout the professional learning as available
    (Online Participation of Technology Use; i.e., Blogs, Webinars, Distance Learning Activities, mobile devices,
    Facebook, Websites, Teleconferences, etc.)
X I am participating in professional learning during the work day as designated
    (Professional Learning Days, Professional Learning Early Release days, Professional Learning Communities
    and Lesson Study)
X I manage my professional learning systematically through available methods
    (District/School level, Professional Learning Portfolio, PAEC ePDC)
Implementing (place an ‘x’ by all that apply)
X I commit to implementing my new learning in my classroom and/or within my job scope responsibilities
X    I commit to participate in coaching and mentoring support that may be provided to assist with high-fidelity
     implementation of my new learning
X I commit to using any distance learning resources that are available, demonstrated and practiced in the
     professional learning activities
Evaluating (place an ‘x’ by all that apply)
X I will provide evidence of the degree of fidelity of my IPLP implementation
X    I will provide evidence of the changes in my educator practices due to my professional learning
X    I will provide evidence of the changes in my students’ progress related to my new learning
X    I will provide evidence of the effectiveness of my IPLP through data collected, analyzed and interpreted from
     this school year
X    I will use what I have learned and accomplished through my IPLP Professional Goals to create new learning
     goals next year




Professional Learning Plan _______ (educator initials)                                                     Page 1
Current Assignment:        Prekindergarten ESE Teacher

Highly Qualified:          Yes     X       No                                    In Field: Yes             No
Beginning Teacher                Experienced Educator X          New to District         New Assignment
(0-3 years)                        (More than 3 years)

Instructions:
Reflect on your current practices, the learning demands of the 21 st century, and your student
data. Your needs as an educator, your current students’ needs, and your school and district
goals will be addressed within your plan by completing each section below.
                                  Student Performance Data
What specific student performance data indicates areas for improvement? Include
disaggregated data, formative or summative, for students currently assigned to you.
Reading:
46% (6/13) of kindergarten bound students recognize 50% of uppercase letters. 46% (6/13) of
kindergarten bound students recognize 50% of lowercase letters. 0% of kindergarten bound
students recognize 8 of 10 rhyming words. 20% (1/5) of returning students recognize their first
name in print. 40% (2/5) of returning students recognize 5 letters.

Math:
38% (5/13) of kindergarten bound students recognize one-to-one correspondence to 5 or more.
31% (4/13) recognize number concepts to 5 or more with manipulatives. 20% (1/5) of returning
students recognize one-to-one correspondence to 5. 20% (1/5) of returning students recognize
4 basic shapes.
                                 Student Performance Goals
Identify your SMART (Specific, Measureable, Attainable, Reasonable, Timely) student
achievement goals. Minimum of two. [Example: By spring 2013, 71% of my fifth grade students will be at
level 3 or above in scientific thinking as evidenced by the Discovery Education Assessment (DEA) class summary
report.]
Student Goal 1:          Reading:
                         Objective A - By Spring 2013, 80% of kindergarten bound students in
                         attendance for both FTE reporting periods will recognize at least 13
                         uppercase and 13 lowercase letters and recognize 8 of 10 pairs of rhyming
                         words.
                         Objective B – By Spring 2013, 70% of returning students in attendance for
                         both FTE periods will recognize 5 letters and their first name in print.
Student Goal 2:          Math:
                         Objective A - By Spring 2013, 80% of kindergarten bound students in
                         attendance for both FTE reporting periods will recognize one-to-one
                         correspondence to 5 or more and number concepts to 5 or more with
                         manipulatives.
                         Objective B – By Spring 2013, 80% of returning students in attendance for
                         both FTE periods will recognize 4 basic shapes and one-to-one
                         correspondence to 5.
Other Goal(s):

Professional Learning Plan _______ (educator initials)                                                   Page 2
                                   Instructional Practice Goals
Describe specific educator evaluation, instructional practice or professional practice data, which
has been identified for your professional learning through the appraisal system. Write your
Instructional/Professional Practices goal. (Include data from the prior year performance evaluation.
Beginning educators include data from six Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) self-assessment.
Based on my 2011-2012 Instructional Employee Evaluation, I will focus on collaboration.
                            Instructional Practice Goals (Deliberate Practice)
Deliberate Practice is the expectation that all educators can increase their expertise from year to year which
produces gains in student achievement from year to year with a powerful cumulative effect. The intention is to
strengthen and refine day-to-day performance to yield high levels of student growth.
What professional practice(s) will you enhance/develop in order to improve student
performance? First, select which Florida Educator Accomplished Practice(s) you will address.
Then, identify specific, thinly focused areas of study you will implement to gather student data
which supports your goals. (place an ‘x’ by all that apply)
X A.1. Instructional Design and Lesson Planning           A.4. Assessment
   A.2. The Learning Environment                             B.1. Continuous Improvement
   A.3. Instructional Delivery and Facilitation              B.2. Professional Responsibility and Ethical Conduct
Instructional Goal(s):                My goal is to participate in lesson planning groups with my
                                      colleagues to create enriched lesson plans that include VPK
                                      standards, differentiated instruction, activities for each learning
                                      style (kinesthetic-tactile, visual, and auditory), Beyond Centers
                                      and Circle Time ideas, Mimio activities, Go Live and Safari
                                      Montage videos, and literacy enriched centers with thematic
                                      props. I will meet with my colleagues weekly to write
                                      differentiated lesson plans.
Other Goal(s), if applicable:




Professional Learning Plan _______ (educator initials)                                                    Page 3
                               Connection to School Improvement
Explain how your student performance goal(s), instructional practice goal(s) and other goal(s), if
applicable, contributes to the School Improvement Plan.
Student Goal 1:                 Although more rigorous, my reading goals are directly correlated
                                to the school improvement goals.
Student Goal 2:                 Although more rigorous, my math goals are directly correlated to
                                the school improvement goals.
Instructional Goal(s):          My goal of collaboration will enrich my classroom instruction
                                thus improving student achievement in the areas of reading and
                                math.
Other Goal(s), if applicable:
                           Professional Learning and Deliberate Practice
What professional learning activities will you engage in to improve your knowledge and skills
for the professional practices identified? Indicate and describe all evidence based activities you
will participate in to accomplish your goals.
Evidence based activities: For each activity include workshop or training titles, topics for
deliberate practice, area of study to enhance student performance, frequency of learning
sessions, level of collaboration, and other specific details related to your active participation and
completion. (Place an ‘x’ to the left of each that applies and explain to the right.)
   Action Research Project
   Lesson Study Group
X Peer Coaching                          Weekly lesson planning with colleagues on Tuesdays
                                         (documentation calendar will be turned in quarterly)
X School Coaching                        Dealing with Challenging Behaviors and Promoting Student
                                         Success Workshop 9/26/12 – Gained knowledge of different
                                         disorders and disabilities as well as strategies to help with
                                         challenging classroom behaviors
   District Coaching
X Professional Learning Communities      Positive Behavior Support Autism Class – 9/26/12, 10/24/12,
                                         11/28/12, 12/12/12, 1/16/13, 2/13/13, 3/13/13, 4/17/13
                                         Gained knowledge of Autism as well as strategies for
                                         working with Autistic students, including behavior
                                         modification
   PD360
   Other Distance Learning
   Independent Study
   Face-to-Face Professional Learning
   College Courses
   Other

_________________            ____________________________          ____________________________
Initial Review Date          Educator Signature                    Administrator Signature




Professional Learning Plan _______ (educator initials)                                         Page 4
                                        MID-YEAR REVIEW
                                 Evidence of Results (Evaluation)
Report your formative assessment data for each goal.
Student Goal Data:
Other Student Goal Data, if applicable:
Instructional or Professional Practices Goal Data:
Other Instructional or Professional Practices Data, if applicable:
                                   Reflections and Feedback
Does the academic or behavioral evidence indicate your students have benefited from your
professional learning? Reflect on the contributing factors for your answer.
Educator End of Year Reflections:
Administrator End of Year Feedback:

_________________           ____________________________      ____________________________
Final Review Date           Educator Signature                Administrator Signature




Professional Learning Plan _______ (educator initials)                                Page 5

								
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