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  1. ADVISORY COUNCIL October 3, 2008

  2. Welcome • Introductions: • Name • Role in the district

  3. Advisory Council Responsibilities • Advisory Council Meetings (3) • Knowledge of the Program Standards. • Communicate with school district leaders • Advise and make recommendations • Participate in all BTSA Induction program local and statewide surveys.

  4. LEADERSHIP REPORT • New Leadership Team • Alameda – Mercy Jesswani • Berkeley – Carole Ono, Mercy Jesswani, Bill Pratt • Newark – Katherine Keleher, Leonor Rebosura • San Leandro – Laura Hackel • San Lorenzo – Barbara Billich • Retreat • July 20 - 22, Asilomar • Leonor, Mercy, Barbara, Carole, Theresa, Julie, Betty • Redesigned the program for 2008-09 • Mapped out district coordinator responsibilities

  5. Formative Assessment for California Teachers (FACT) • Capacity Building: • 12 District Coordinators, Site Coordinators, and Support Providers attended 3 days in June • 7 District Coordinators and Support Providers attended an additional day in Sept. • Majority of year two PTs chose to move to new system

  6. TECHNOLOGY UPDATE • Website • eastbaybtsa.org • Database • Technology for District Coordinators • 4 Laptops • 2 LCD Projectors • Timer Tools • Headset

  7. SPECIAL EDUCTION MODIFICATIONS • FACT System compliments needs of Special Education Teachers • Modified documents available on-line • Expectation that Education Specialist credential will be included in BTSA Induction along with coursework at the university level

  8. DISTRICT COORDINATOR REPORTS • Name • Professional History • District Numbers • Update on your district program

  9. Dr. Kathy Perez St. Mary’s College

  10. BREAK

  11. BUDGET REPORT • Budget submitted to state based on final figure of $3,804 per PT • MOU funding amounts • Up to 200 PTs $1,525 • 200 – 250 PTs $1,575 • 250 – 350 PTs $1,750 • Estimated number of PTs was lower than 250 • Budget designed with full funding of $1,750

  12. BUDGET REPORT cont. • Final funding amount announced this week • $4,069 per PT • Participant numbers continue to grow • Final budget will be presented at next meeting

  13. JOB ALIKE BREAKOUT GROUPS • Goal of FACT is to make connections: • Between PTs preservice and Induction • Between local district work and Induction • Between IHEs and Induction

  14. Say Something • Read Standard 1: Program Design • Each person in the group says something about their connection to what they read. • Read Standard 2: Communication and Collaboration • Repeat the “Say Something” • Read Standards 5: Pedagogy and Standard 6: Universal Access • Repeat the “Say Something”

  15. Job Alike Question • How are you making the connections between your district work and the Induction Standards?

  16. CALENDAR • SB 2042 requires • Orientation • Induction Overview • In 4 of the 5 districts there were calendar conflicts with these scheduled meetings • How can we prevent this from happening in the future?

  17. Thank you for your time. • Please complete the evaluation in the packet. • Next meeting: Friday, February 6, 2009