A Guide to Professional Development and ProGOE Usage
Welcome to the ProGOE Press - Edition 1
Meet Our PL&D Employment Specialists (Click the photo for information)
How Can My Teachers Request Credit for Out of County Conferences and Workshops?
IMPORTANT - Assigning Credit in ProGOE
Did you know that marking a participant as a NO SHOW is not enough? While changing the registration status and grade is a key element to completing the participants on the ProGOE roster, there is a second step for those who received a NO SHOW or REQUESTED WITHDRAWL. When a participant does not complete the required follow up or does not attend the class, it is imperative to CHANGE the CREDIT HOURS in the far right hand column. To make this change you will want to make sure all participants who have received credit are locked, unlock those being adjusted. Then go to the CREDITS button and then type in 0.0 credits and click the update button. It is a simple but important step. If you do not update the credits for No Show and Withdrawn participants, they will still show as earning credit in the course. Remember to complete this step before you finalize your roster and store your copies. Please read pages 5 & 6 in the Assigning Inservice Credits to Participants guide for screen shots and additional information.
ProGOE Training for ESF Staff
Monday, Oct. 28th, 12:30-3:30pm
2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way
This is an initial training for Resource Teachers, Directors, Administrative Assistants, and other professionals working at ESF. Those who have already been trained may also sign up for the course as a refresher.
ProGOE Section# 402904
ProGOE Training for School Site Inservice Representatives
Monday, Oct. 28th, 8:30-11:30am
2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way
This training is for school site inservice representatives (those at the school sites setting up inservice in the ProGOE system). Individuals already trained may choose to sign up for this training as a refresher.
ProGOE Section# 403468
How to Find Your Credits for Renewal (Watch this short video)
Best Practices for Planning and Implementing Professional Development
The state of Florida has recently revised the domains and standards for professional learning systems. Each one of our schools is an intricate part of the professional development system within Brevard Public Schools. Providing teachers with an opportunity for authentic professional development expereinces and the monitoring and evaluating of that learning is a key factor in showing the impact professional development is making on student achievement. Below you will find some basic guidelines for professional development in BPS.
- Must be at least 2 hours long (this can include a series of inservice on early release)
- Must have a ProGOE sign in sheet for all those in attendance
Must have learning objectives for participants based on the Professional Learning Catalog, and a Follow-up/Implementation product
Must evaluate their learning on the learning objective for each meeting
Please click the link above to review the new Florida Standards for Professional Learning.