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NASH-ROCKY MOUNT PUBLIC SCHOOLS


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/PROPOSAL FORM

Northern Nash High School


REMINDER: PROPOSAL MUST REFLECT A MINIMUM OF 10 CONTACT HOURS TO GET CEU RENEWAL CREDIT
Title: Date(s): ​Target Audience Total CEU Credits: _​ 1.0__
Strengthening Tier I: Building Student Engagement ☐ ​PreK-2 ​☐ ​3-5 ​☐ ​6-8 CEU Credit Type​:
and Growth through the NRMPS Instructional September 2017- May 2018 ☒ ​ 9-12 ​ ​Administrators
☒ ​☐​Lit ​☐​Tec ​☐​Aca ​☒​Gen
☐ Other :
Framework; Using Literacy Strategies Across All
Content Areas; Managing Behavior within the
Classroom

Description: ​Teachers will engage in professional development that focuses on aligning classroom ​Subject Area Total Number Expected:
instruction with the district’s instructional framework and increases student engagement and literacy ☐ ​ELA ☐Math ☐ Sci ☐Soc. Stud. __55___
skills. Student engagement and growth are possible if we learn to examine our practices, student Content Appropriate for
data, and relationships with students, and adapt those in a way that strengthens our Tier I (Core) ☐ Arts ☐EC ☐Health/PE ☐ CTE
☒ ​Beginners or​ ​☐ ​Advanced
curriculum, instruction, and school environment.
☐ ELL ☐Technology ☒ Other:

LOCATION:​ ​☐​TRC PD#1 ​☐​TRC PD#2 ​☐​TRC PD#3 ​☐​TRC Computer Lab ​☒ ​Other​: Northern Nash High School
SECTION 1: RATIONALE FOR PROVIDING THIS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
☐ S​tate or federal mandated PD​ ​ D
☒ ​ istrict strategic plan initiative​ ​ ​Faculty level performance data analysis​
☐ ​☐ ​Certification needs
X P​ rofessional growth interests indicated by staff​ ​ ​School-wide analysis of student achievement data ​
☒ ​☐ ​Other (Describe)
SECTION 2: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES AND INDICATORS

☒ Teacher Outcomes (Learning Targets) Teacher Indicators (Criteria for Success)

● Will be able to integrate instructional literacy strategies into non-ELA content ● Actively engage in creating lesson plans that comply with the NRMS
course work Instructional Framework, AND incorporate literacy strategies
● Will be able to recognize indicators in student behavior, body language, and ● Will be observed utilizing de-escalation strategies in situations where
communication, that may indicate they are experiencing frustration with this is appropriate; this will be evidenced by a decrease in ODRs that
material, social situations, or stressors unrelated to school, and are at-risk for could be more appropriately handled through classroom management
becoming escalated at school. They will be able to implement strategies to by the teacher. Over time, use of these strategies should result in a
help students regulate emotions and behaviors before they reach a state of decrease of suspensions.
crisis, and when the behaviors or emotions are impacting their attention, ● Related to Ms Palin’s sessions
motivation, and participation in class and assignments.
   
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/PROPOSAL FORM

● Will be able to ​(Related to Ms Palin’s sessions)

☐ Student Outcomes (Learning Targets) Student Indicators (Criteria for Success)

​*Decreased office discipline referrals and suspensions


* Increase student achievement as evidenced by SPG indicators
* I​ ncrease student growth as indicated by teacher-made tests and other
formative assessments

ALIGNMENT WITH SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN, DISTRICT GOALS, AND


NC PROF. TEACHING STANDARDS:
Addresses the following School Improvement Goal: Aligns with the following NRMPS goal:
Relates to the following NC Prof. Teaching Standard(s) ☐
​ ​I ​☒ ​II ☐
​ ​ III ​☒​ IV ​☒ ​V Consulted with the following depts:​ ​☒​Content ☐
​ ​Tech ☐
​ ​PD ​☐​EC ​☐​CTE ​☐​ PreK

SECTION 3: ACTIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR ADULT LEARNING

​ anipulatives
☐ M ​ ☒ ​Use of pre-test/post-tests (ActiVotes, etc)​ ​ ☒​S
​ mall Group Collaboration​ ☐
​ ​ hinking Maps​
T ☐ ​Paideia ​
☒ ​Problem-Based Learning

☒ I​ nteractive Technology Tools​ (LiveBinder, Edmodo, DropBox, Moodle, Symbaloo, Discovery Education, Socrative, Padlet, Polleverywhere, Blogging, etc)

☒ ​ P​ rofessional Practice (​ Readings, Book Study, Case Studies, Self-reflection, Student Work Samples, Digital Journals, Mentoring/Coaching, Peer Observations, Action Research, Webinars/Modules,
Lesson Plan Creation, Collegial Collaboration)

Other​ (Describe):

Section 4: Professional Learning Activities, Follow-Up, and Evaluation

Use this table to outline the learning activities and follow-up that will be included in the professional development. Be sure to describe how the
professional development will be evaluated and how you will know the professional development achieved the intended goals.

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING ROLE OF SCHOOL DATA SHOWING EVIDENCE OF TIMELINE FOR PREDICTED IMPACT ON STUDENT
ACTIVITIES LEADERS IMPLEMENTATION ACHIEVING LEARNING NEEDS
What evidence based How will the principal How will you know ​and monitor GOALS What data and evidence will
strategies/activities will be and/or other school that the strategy/activities were you collect to determine
leaders be involved? implemented?
   
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implemented to meet the identified When are goals whether the activities had an
teacher learning need? expected to be impact on students?
achieved?
Be specific.

Initial activity: 9/2017-10/2017

Follow-up activities:

Time required to complete


all: __ hours

Initial activity: Why Literacy? EOC/NCFE scores, teacher-made


Session with educational Admin will provide time An Exit Ticket will hold staff 10/25/2017 tests and formative assessments;
specialists; Read article provided during planning period for accountable for participation pass/fail rates
and be prepared for discussion teachers to receive this
information and assist with After completing all 4 parts of this
room assignment and training on literacy, teachers will be
technology if necessary observed (during walkthroughs by
Follow-up activities: Exit ticket admin and peers) integrating these
Amy Keith will provide strategies in their instruction
Time required to complete face-to-face session and
all: __1__ hours facilitate discussion
   
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Initial activity: The Importance of


11/8/2017 EOC/NCFE scores, teacher-made
Questioning
Admin will provide tests and formative assessments;
time during planning pass/fail rates
period for teachers to An assignment will be required as
Follow-up activities: Develop receive this information part of earning this credit to
text-dependent questions based on and assist with room demonstrate that learning has taken
what was learned assignment and place​.
technology if necessary
After completing all 4 parts of this
Amy Keith will provide training on literacy, teachers will be
Time required to complete face-to-face session and observed (during walkthroughs by
all: __1__ hours facilitate discussion admin and peers) integrating these
strategies in their instruction

Initial activity: CPI (first 6 units) on Admin will provide 1st session: October ODRs; ISS and OSS numbers
12th?
de-escalation and crisis time after school for
Observed student participation, completion
management teachers to receive this 2nd session: December of assignments, and attendance
information and assist 13, 2017 ?
with space and
Follow-up activities: technology if necessary 3rd session: February
1st?

Tracy Barnes will 4th session: March 1st?


provide face-to-face PD
Time required to complete over 4 sessions
all: __4__ hours
   
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Initial activity: Admin will provide An Exit Ticket will hold staff 2/2018-3/2018 EOC/NCFE scores, teacher-made
Collaboration-accountable talk and time during planning accountable for participation tests and formative assessments;
increasing speaking and listening period for teachers to pass/fail rates
skills receive this information After completing all 4 parts of this
and assist with room training on literacy, teachers will be
assignment and observed (during walkthroughs by
Follow-up activities: Exit ticket technology if necessary admin and peers) integrating these
strategies in their instruction
Amy Keith will provide
face-to-face session and
Time required to complete facilitate discussion
all: __1_ hours regarding

Initial activity: Literacy across Admin will provide Staff will create a lesson plan that 3/2018-4/2018 EOC/NCFE scores, teacher-made
content areas “wrap-up” and time during planning aligns with NRMS Instructional tests and formative assessments;
applying what we learned period for teachers to Framework and integrates pass/fail rates
receive this information instructional strategies they have
and assist with room gained knowledge on through these
assignment and sessions
Follow-up activities: create a lesson technology if necessary
plan based on what was learned and
the NRMS Instructional Framework Amy Keith will provide After completing all 4 parts of this
face-to-face session and training on literacy, teachers will be
facilitate discussion observed (during walkthroughs by
regarding admin and peers) integrating these
Time required to complete strategies in their instruction
all: __1__ hours

Initial activity:

Follow-up activities:

Time required to complete


all: ____ hours
   
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Section 5: Budget Plan

Use this table to allocate resources necessary to ensure that the professional learning activities, related follow-up, and evaluation will take place as
planned. Insert additional rows in the table as needed.

RESOURCE(S) NEEDED AMOUNT ALLOCATED SOURCE OF FUNDING

$0

Total Allocations

Submit Planning Form to the Office of Professional Development


c/o Cathy Wittman c​ gwittman@nrms.k12.nc.us
   
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/PROPOSAL FORM