Collaborative Teams - Missouri EduSAIL

Collaborative Teams - Missouri EduSAIL

Professional Development to Practice Collaborative Teams Norms This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. The contents of this presentation were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (#H323A120018). However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Professional Development to Practice Acknowledgements Special thanks to all contributors to the development and revision of this module. The original collection of learning packages was roll-out for use by Regional Professional Development Center (RPDC) Consultants in July 2013 after being developed by a team of content experts. The collection of learning packages was developed through efforts funded by the Missouri State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG). The following individual/groups are thanked immensely for their hard work in developing this package:

Content Development Support Ronda Jenson, Carla Williams, Stefanie Lindsay, Jodi Arnold and Arden Day, UMKC Institute for Human Development SPDG Management Team The contents of this presentation were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (#H323A120018). However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Professional Development to Practice Team Members Initial Content Development Team, 2013 Michelle Smith, Team Leader, MO PLC Betty Ennis, DESE Tiffiney Smith, SE RPDC Marlow Barton, StL RPDC Mary Gage, C RPDC Sheila Thurman, NE RPDC

Rebecca Baldwin, NW RPDC Bertha Richardson, StL RPDC Karen Wigger, NW RPDC Mary Ann Burns, DESE Tom Robb, KC RPDC 2016 Revision Team Mary Dell Black, Facilitator, SC SIS Jamie Mehring, Ed Plus/StL RPDC Sheila Thurman, NE RPDC Marisa Bowen, SE SIS Tiffani Muessig, DESE Judy Wartick, KC SIS Jeanie Carey, SC RPDC Connie Schweiss, SC RPDC Pam Williams, DESE Joy Fairley, KC RPDC The contents of this presentation were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (#H323A120018). However, these contents

do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Professional Development to Practice Professional Development to Practice Collaborative Work Foundations 3 as e r A ams Key ive Te ive t a r

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b a l l cols Co o t o Pr Professional Development to Practice Professional Development to Practice Missouri Teacher and Leader Standards Missouri Teacher Standards: 8 (Professional Practice) 9 (Professional Collaboration)

Missouri Leader Standards: 2 (Teaching and Learning) 3 (Management of Organizational Systems) (Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 2013) Professional Development to Practice Objective Teams will effectively use norms to productively collaborate around student data. Professional Development to Practice Team Norms Begin and end on time Be an engaged participant Be an active listeneropen to new ideas Use electronics respectfully

Professional Development to Practice Now that we have norms Evidence Copy of norms Agenda with norms listed Norms posted in the room, building, etc. Norms mentioned in the minutes Verbal reference in meetings Professional Development to Practice Practice Profile Professional Development to Practice Self-Assessment Practice Profile Excel Workbook http://

sapp.missouripd.org Professional Development to Practice Implementation Fidelity Professional Development to Practice Next Steps: Action=Results What steps will you take to begin implementing? Professional Development to Practice Contact Information Please contact me to schedule followup coaching and/or additional professional development.

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