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NEW DIRECTOR’S ACADEMY – Part 2

Posted on January 22, 2019

TARGET AUDIENCE:     New Directors (less than five years of experience), current administrators aspiring to the Director’s position, or current Directors (Not required to have completed Part 1)

 

   DATES/LOCATIONS:     First Statewide Meeting                                                     

March 5, 2019 – Nittany Lion Inn, State College

Lodging Code – PACT19D for March 4, 2019 (rate $124)             

                                              

PIL HOURS TO BE AWARDED30

                                              

DESCRIPTION:

 

PACTA’s New Director’s Academy, Part 2, is a 30-hour PIL for new Directors (less than five years of experience), current administrators aspiring to the Director’s position, or current Directors who desire a more in-depth understanding of the critical aspects of their roles and responsibilities, and desire to network with their peers. The course will be delivered through 14 contact hours, in-person sessions (seven-hour session and four-hour Report-out session) and four monthly one-hour mentoring sessions at your school with your CT DSL to provide the maximum opportunity for participants to complete the job-embedded assignments of the course.  If your school does not have a CTDSL assigned to it through the Technical Assistance Program (TAP), you may have to travel to another school site.

 

The first full day (7 hours) is scheduled for March 5, 2019.  This session will cover Administrative Manual and Supervision Plan.  The mentoring sessions with the CTDSL will cover (1) Teacher Effectiveness; (2) Teacher Student Learning Objectives (SLO), (3) Principal Effectiveness and (4) Principal Student Learning Objectives (SLO).  The half-day session, which is a Report-out session will be scheduled for June 5, 2019.  The job embedded assignments (16 hours) are (1) Navigating the Administrative Manual; (2) Creating a Supervision Plan Committee and (3) Creating a Supervision Plan.  NewParticipants will deliver a presentation to the PIL participants of their Supervision Plan during the Report-out Session.

 

Participants should bring a laptop to the first session.

 

Administrators will gain skill and evidence for components of the Framework for Leadership in Domains 1d, 2d, 2b, 2e, 2e, 3b, 3c, 4a, 4c.

 

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