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Teacher Quality - Title II-A
Title II-A - Professional Development
Title II-A - Professional Development
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
Title IIA Technical Assistance for 2013-14 – Make Your Appointment Today!
The purpose of all teacher professional development is to help teachers develop and apply the knowledge and skills necessary to help students learn. The intended outcomes of teacher professional development are defined in terms of improved professional practice, but the long-term goals should always focus on improved student outcomes.
General Professional Development Planning Materials and Resources
District Professional Development Planning Form
06/18/2013 (106 KB)
This planning form is provided as a tool for developing district professional development plans. Sections of the PD plan can be used to populate IIA applications.
Teacher Professional Learning in the United States: Case Studies of State Policies and Strategies
Learning Forward (originally the National Staff Development Council) and the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education are involved in a multi-year effort that tracks states’ progress in teacher professional development and identifies policies and practices that offer promising lessons. This is the third in a series of reports.
Learning Forward Standards for Professional Learning
Standards for Professional Learning outline the characteristics of professional learning that leads to effective teaching practices, supportive leadership, and improved student results.
Five Levels of Professional Development
01/07/2011 (20.96 KB)
Guskey, T.R, (2000) Evaluating Professional Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press
Oregon's Definition of "High Quality" Professional Development
09/24/2004 (60.78 KB)
Comprehensive Professional Development Plans Presentation
Strengths & Challenges Data Forms
09/12/2008 (207.24 KB)
Data Collection Forms
09/12/2008 (205.34 KB)
Sample Professional Development Plans
07/27/2010 (354 KB)
07/27/2010 (326.50 KB)
2141 Planning Materials
Districts that have not met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
that do not have 100% of their core classes taught by highly qualified teachers for three consecutive years become accountable under Title II-A, Section 2141 (c), of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). As part of that accountability districts are required to submit a revised professional development plan to the Oregon Department of Education.
Oregon Teacher Professional Development Planning Form for 2141 Accountability (2011)
04/01/2011 (132.50 KB)
This planning form is designed to be used with the "Oregon Teacher Professional Development Planning Guide for 2141 Accountability".
Oregon Teacher Professional Development Guide for 2141 Accountability (2011)
This planning guide describes the elements of an effective plan for teacher professional development and presents a six-step planning process. It is designed for use with the "Professional Development Planning Form".
Title II-A Professional Development Plan Review Guide 2011-12
03/24/2011 (355.40 KB)
This rubric is designed to be used in conjuction with the Professional Development Planning Form.
Title II-A HQT Plan Template 2011
04/12/2011 (172.50 KB)
The Highly Qualified Teacher Plan describes the district’s plan for ensuring 100% HQT as well as the equitable distribution of qualified and experienced teachers.
Educator Effectiveness - Education Specialist
Operations - Ed. Specialist, Title I-A & Title VI B
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