Preparation Time Sample Clauses

Preparation Time. 1. Each full-time elementary teacher shall receive 100 minutes of preparation time per week scheduled in accordance with the Previous Collective Agreement.
Preparation Time. The Company will pay one (1) hour personal preparation time to employees being sent on out-of-town jobs for a period of overnight or longer at regular rates up to time and one-half. This will not be paid if an employee prepares for a trip during his normal working hours or if the employee has had a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours notice that he will be going out-of-town.
Preparation Time. 1. Effective September 1, 2006, in districts where elementary teachers are entitled to less than 90 minutes of preparation time each week, each full-time elementary teacher shall receive an average of 90 minutes of preparation time per week.
Preparation Time. In order to increase teaching effectiveness, the administration will schedule preparation time to be used for the purpose of research, planning, study preparation, grading, preparing for parent and student conferences and other professional activities. The length of the planning time and the scheduling may be modified to accommodate the educational schedules of the attendance center. For all staff a minimum of 250 minutes of plan time per week will be scheduled and principals will make every good faith effort to schedule 50 consecutive minutes of plan time each day and twenty minutes of duty free recess in applicable buildings. Preparation time may be used for personal use with permission of the building principal.
Preparation Time. 1. Each secondary teacher shall have a daily preparation time equivalent to one instructional period.
Preparation Time. A. Preparation time will be used for professional activities which support learning and teaching, as follows:
Preparation Time. Whenever possible the College shall provide for new employees at least two (2) weeks preparation time in advance of assuming a full teaching load. This includes term appointments of four (4) months duration or longer. A new employee is defined as one having no previous teaching experience. Whenever possible the College shall provide one (1) day of advance preparation time for each instruction week of a course, up to a maximum of fifteen (15) days, for the development of a new course for which no course material is available.
Preparation Time. 18.1.1 Preparation time shall be used for professional activities as determined by the teacher, and shall be assigned only during the Instructional Day, as defined in Article 18.7.
Preparation Time. Preparation time will be shared with the full knowledge and consent of the job sharing partners.
Preparation Time. 6.3.1. In recognition that all teachers are more successful when adequately prepared, the District has traditionally established daily preparation periods in the secondary schools. In order to provide this important opportunity for all teachers, the District and the Association have established elementary preparation time as described below.