Reflecting Sample Clauses

Reflecting. Reflect together about daily lessons and encourage the teacher candidate to reflect on the effectiveness of the teaching technique(s) for the learners. • Provide multiple opportunities for candidates to self-assess their teaching • Make thinking visible and share your thoughts about the outcome of a lesson. • Emphasize the teacher candidate’s strengths and give constructive, specific feedback about areas for improvement. • Discuss strategies and help set goals for the teacher candidate to address specific areas for improvement. Graduated responsibility allows for candidates to develop at different rates throughout the year and within each phase of the teaching cycle. For example, a teacher candidate may be quite successful at utilizing different instructional strategies but still need considerable support in developing assessments. By mentoring the teacher candidate in the ways described above, the cooperating teacher will support the teacher candidate in taking on more responsibility in the classroom. The candidate and cooperating teacher will continue to plan and debrief on a regular basis. By mid-spring, the teacher candidate should already have experienced significant responsibility for components of the curriculum. The cooperating teacher will continue to be a presence and provide support around the needs of individual students, curriculum planning, and the progress of the class. The cooperating teacher, the university supervisor, STEP’s Director of Clinical Work, and Director determine the appropriate time for the candidate to begin independent student teaching. A minimum of two weeks of independent teaching is required. For more information, see the handbook document entitled Independent Student Teaching in STEP. Responsibilities of the Cooperating Teacher ● Meet with teacher candidate and university supervisor (three-way meeting) at the beginning of the placement and at the end of each quarter ● Review the STEP handbook ● Observe the candidate’s teaching to collect evidence for quarterly assessment (use suggested observation tools found in the STEP handbook). Make your thinking visible before, during, and after class. ● Maintain proactive, ongoing communication with the supervisor about the candidate’s progress. The supervisor and cooperating teacher together monitor the candidate’s graduated responsibility trajectory. Should concerns exist, the supervisor should be notified immediately to determine how best to support the candidate. If necessary, ...
Reflecting.  Further ways of using Ultranet to enrich the school’s programme of parental engagement are being explored.  Opportunities for collaborative learning, interaction and communication are being extended.  Trialling the use of tools within the uSpace area of Ultranet to support reflection on learning is underway.  The implementation action plan has been reviewed, objectives and expectations have been refined to meet and address school priority areas, and the plan for the next 12 months has been approved.  The necessary support structures and processes that will ensure that ongoing development momentum can be sustained into the future have been identified and put in place. Initials: Schedule 2 Project Milestones There are five milestones to meet during the course of the programme. Stage Description of Milestones Approx Date Establishing Project lead teachers are confident with basic skills and have commenced participation in the online programme. Week 8 Building An action plan identifying priorities for development is in place and this is providing direction for implementation. Week 12 Collaborating Use of the LMS is increasing:  50% of teachers have populated their class space with content and resources to support a unit of work.  At least 20% of students have received logons and log in at least once a week. Week 30 Reflecting and Sharing Parents have received logons and are logging in at least once a term to see attendance and assessment information (Primary: 50% of parents; Secondary 25% of parents). Prepare a ‘Next Steps’ report which contains:  A reflective review of progress in relation to the school’s objectives for the first year of LMS implementation.  A list of priority areas for development in Year 2.  The action plan for the next 12 months (what/who/when).  A description of the support structures and processes that the school has put in place to ensure that the ongoing development of LMS usage will be sustained into the future. Week 40 Initials: Schedule 3 Costs School Name WAIRAU INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Roll 256 Preferred Start Date 01 June 2012 MOE 1555 Set-up Fee For roll band 200-499 MOE funded Graphic Design Design and development of custom website skin charged on an hourly basis at $80 per hour with a minimum charge of $200. TBC Software Licence Fee Based on 256 students@ $6 per student per year. Roll numbers will be adjusted annually in line with MOE roll returns. Year 1 First 6 months i.e. June 2012 – November 2012 MOE funded Second 6...

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