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					RESULTS-BASED
PROFESSSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
(RBPD)

Kay Burke
NASSP Bulletin
2000
What is the design for RBPD?
 • Supports teachers in their efforts to improve
   the quality of teaching by broadening their
   knowledge base
 • Deepens their understanding of best practices
   in teaching and learning
 • Expands their repetroire of skills
 • Personalizes learning and practice
 • Meets the goals of the teacher and needs of
   the student
 • Relates to the school improvement plan…
Typical In-Service vs. Results-Based
                 Determined By:
     ▪ District or Principal    ▪ The Teacher

                   Frequency:

     ▪ In-Service Days          ▪ On-Going

                  Focused On:
     ▪ Fixing What Is           ▪ Professional Growth
       Wrong
Typical In-Service vs. Results-Based
                       Involves:
        ▪ Entire Staff       ▪ Small Group or Individual

                       Results:
        ▪ Engender           ▪ Encourage Ownership
          Resistance


                       Context:
        ▪ None               ▪ Classroom
Types of Professional Development

 Inactive
 • The typical in-service session
 • An after-school workshop
 • Conferences
 • School visitations
 • Department/team meetings
 • Those activities where the participant is
   the listener
Types of Professional Development
 Formal
 • Online learning
 • Degree program from university
 • Certificate renewal
 • Summer institutes
 • National Board for Professional
   Teaching Standards
 • Mentoring
Types of Professional Development
 Investigative Strategies
 • Study groups
 • Book groups
 • Individual action research
 • Group action research
 • Journals
 • LASW
 • Walkthroughs
Types of Professional Development

 Reflective Practices
 • E-learning
 • Communities of practice
 • Log entries
 • Reflective journal
 • Video-taped lessons
 • Self-evaluation
 • Peer coaching
 • Portfolios
 • Lesson Study (could be in investigative)
And so, results-based professional
development…
 • Is a more focused and individualized
   growth plan for teachers.
 • Encourages a community of learners
   where teachers are motivated and
   encouraged to improve the quality of
   education.
 • Includes follow-up training, opportunities
   to apply and practice, and coaching.
And so, results-based professional
development…

 • Has teachers select a theory, practice, or
   research topic based on what is happening
   in their classrooms.
 • Has teachers implement strategies and
   collect data in their classrooms on their
   performance, as well as that of their
   students.

				
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