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Monitoring Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

Posted on January 29, 2019

DATES/LOCATIONS:  Central - March 26, 2019 (CPI, State College)

                                          East – March 27, 2019 (LCCTC, Mount Joy Campus)

                                          West – March 28, 2019 (A.W. Beattie, Pittsburgh)        


PIL HOURS TO BE AWARDED30                                            


Monitoring Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (New)

Central:  March 26 @ Central PA Institute of Science and Technology – Report out Session June 20 location TBD

East:  March 27 @ Mount Joy Campus LCCTC—Report out Session June 18, location TBD

West:  March 28 @ A W Beattie – Report out Session June 25 Location TBD

This 30-hour PIL will be offered in three locations if participation is sufficient and will include 14 hours of in-person sessions and 16 hours of job embedded assignments.  This course will provide the knowledge, skill, and practice to help administrators effectively implement their supervision and evaluation responsibilities under Act 82 and to provide evidence of the Framework for Leadership Domain 3, Leadership for Learning, for administrator evaluation. This course emphasizes: (1) Monitoring teacher use and quality of formative assessments in the career and technical education setting; and (2) Using career and technical student achievement data in teacher supervision and evaluation.  The job embedded assignments are (1) an analysis of the quality and use of formative assessment in the school and an action plan to remediate any deficiencies; (2) creation of an administrative Student Learning Objective based on the school’s student achievement data (NOCTI or other data; and (3) creation of a performance improvement plan that includes formative assessment and summative assessment of student achievement outcomes for a minimum of one teacher. 

Participants should bring a laptop to the session.   Administrators will gain skill and evidence for components of the Framework for Leadership in Domains 1a, 1b, 1d, 2b, 2d, 3a, 3b, 3c, 4c




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