Region 1 RttT Fall Fidelity Check

Seventh Inning Stretch

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As we head into the 7th inning stretch with Race to the Top, it's time to evaluate the impact of local professional development efforts on teaching and learning. During fall and spring Fidelity Check sessions, local teams will review goals established at Summer Institutes, identify progress and needs, and establish next steps toward goal attainment. Participants will also generate ideas for sessions they can lead at Summer Institute 2014.

NERESA @ Vernon James Center

Tuesday, Oct. 29th 2013 at 9am-4pm

Vernon James Center, 207 Research Station Road, Plymouth, NC 27962

What to Do Before: Pre-Work

  1. Complete your PD Plan (a template has been provided in an email should you need it.)
  2. Email your completed PD Plan to fidelitycheck.ncdpi@gmail.com
    • Subject: LEA Name and Region # (Pitt Reg. 1)
    • Copy the PD Leads for your region on the email


    Your submitted plan will be available to you on the Region 1 Wiki.

    You may want to bring hard copies of your plan for your team to use as you work.

Who to Bring: Team Players

Local Teams of 5-7 district and charter school representatives from Summer Institutes to include district staff, principals, and teachers/teacher leaders. Team size may vary based upon LEA/Charters and/or available seats in each region.

What to Bring: Equipment and Gear

  • Laptops
  • 1 power strip per team
  • Your work from the Summer Institute Facilitated Team Time
  • Your current PD Plan
  • Professional Development Evaluation Data (walk-through data, participant feedback, etc)


Agenda: Bases Loaded

Review Professional Development Plans

Evaluate Professional Development Plan Data

Revise Professional Development Plan with the Logic Model

Generate Session Topics for Summer Institute 2014

Reflect and Provide Fall Fidelity Check Feedback


Questions?

Beth Edwards

Elizabeth.Edwards@dpi.nc.gov

252-916-6842


Abbey Futrell

Abbey.Futrell@dpi.nc.gov

252-227-0838



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