“Monkeying Around” • Share with your tablemates a time you enjoyed “monkeying around” or acting silly with your family, friends or students. • Why is it important for students to be silly some times?
One more time -- Becoming a Stritch IHE • IHE FORMS for when or if you complete DPI training • Then, contact Katie Kurtz and Me for • 1. E-mail Letter to Mary Benzine (DPI) • 2. Stritch Reviewer Checklist – Contact Katie
PDP Goal Conversation • Individually respond to the questions on the “goal conversation” handout. • Then at your tables, share and discuss your goals or your PDP assignment choice. Share your responses to these questions.
PDP in 2014– Changes in Recent years • Take a look at the chart provided – What are the changes DPI has made to the PDP process in recent years? • Where do I write my PDP? • How do I get my PDP Goal Approved by 3 reviewers? • How do I get my PDP Verified by 3 reviewers? • What does it cost to write my PDP online? • Others . . .
Meeting AGENDA PRESENTATIONS – Group 1 • Review Rubric • Questions
2 Sample PDPs for GOAL APPROVAL Comments on SAMPLE 1 Comments on SAMPLE 2
Chocolate Personalities • Select the type of chocolate you prefer: Milk, Dark, Krackel, or Mr. Goodbar • What do you like best about that type of chocolate? • If you don’t like chocolate, why type of sweet do you prefer? Why • Now look at the Chocolate Personality Test sheet. • Is it correct?
Descriptions Milk Chocolate Krackel Creative, optimistic, always sees the glass as half full Messy (desk/classroom) but organized A hands-on person A little off-beat, funny, friendly, outgoing Always willing to help Likes the “krackle” or surprises in life Prefers situations that allow for flexibility, growth, and change • All-American, loves baseball, Mom, and apple pie • A cheerleader for your program • Level-headed, good PR person, great fundraiser • Kind, thoughtful always remembers birthdays • Playful, nurturing, helps others to shine • Dependable, loyal • Others turn to you for help
Descriptions Mr. Goodbar Special Dark Patient, thoughtful, individualist, problem solver Works well with difficult people Insightful, reflective, good writer Little patience with incompetence Sets high standards for self and others Dependable, resourceful, loyal • Analytical, logical, gathers data before giving an opinion • Plays the devil’s advocate, sees all the possibilities, and what ifs • Procrastinator, hates deadlines • Likes to be the expert but in your own time • Prefers structure, rules for everyone to follow, hates surprises
Sharing of Meeting Agendas Group 2
HEART, HEAD, FOOT REFLECTION • An idea I had . . . • A feeling I experienced . . . • An action I plan to take . . .
Writing PDP Power Point part 2 – slide 18 Verification documents, evidence, reflection
Administrative/Pupil Services PDP Evidence • Evidence of Professional Growth (Your Learning) • Evidence of Working with Teachers related to your learning (Teacher Learning) • Evidence of Impact upon Students (Student Learning) • What might that look like? Could write PDP objectives around these three prompts.
PDP Assignment Work Time • Use examples as needed • Template on DPI site, QEI, or WECAN • Instructor will be around to check goal statements OR to discuss the PDP assignment option you’ve selected. • Take lunch break as needed. • RETURN at __________________
PDP Verification Checklist • At your tables, using a sample PDP, “LINDA” review the PDP for verification. • Observations? Questions? Concerns? Would you verify it? (ALL YESs)
Additional Work Time OPTIONS IF needed • Continue working on PDP • OR • Work on PDP another PDP assignment • OR • Essay -- Any questions or clarifications needed? • OR • Peer Sharing of PDP Goals • Return at 2:00
CLOSURE • Pictures activity: • Select 3 post cards to create your own analogy for PI-34 • Pre – card that represents PI-34 for you before course started • During – card that represents PI-34 for you after the first weekend • Post – card that represents PI-34 for you now. • Return to Title of Course: Understanding, Supporting, Facilitating PI-34 • Assignments due in 2 weeks: August 20 – email@example.com