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Professional Growth Plan

Krystine A. Wawrzonek
2015-2016

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Professional Growth Plan


Krystine A. Wawrzonek
2015-2016

Goal 1: Developing a teacher website that will assist students with keeping on top of notes and assignments,
feature learning games and practice of various learning concepts, and also help with my student and parent
communication.
Teaching Quality Standard Reference (KSA H):
Teachers apply a variety of technologies to meet students learning needs.
Teachers use teaching/learning resources such as the chalkboard, texts, computers and other auditory,
print and visual media, and maintain an awareness of emerging technological resources.
They keep abreast of advances in teaching/learning technologies and how they can be incorporated
into instruction and learning. As new technologies prove useful and become available in schools,
teachers develop their own and their students proficiencies in using the technologies purposefully,
which may include content presentation, delivery and research applications, as well as word
processing, information management and record keeping.
Teachers use electronic networks and other telecommunication media to enhance their own
knowledge and abilities, and to communicate more effectively with others.
Plan:
Actions

Create website

Link to assignments,
assessments, and notes on the
site.

Find curricular games and


online activities and link them
to website.

Timelines
Updated and added to
throughout year, with base
created by September 10th.

Resources

Weebly
Other teacher sites for
inspiration

Expected Results:

Indicators
Website used for homework when students
are absent and/or behind.
Parent communication from site
Pre-class note distribution
Effective and easy-to-navigate website
Ongoing website improvements/additions

Data collected

Blog entries
Number of hits to website
Parent/student feedback

Reflections:

I have created the base of my teaching website prior to my deadline. (30/11/2015)


Will need to have a scheduled time during which I will work on my website each week in order to be
more consistent throughout the school year, as I fell behind in the last 2-3 months. (26/05/16)

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Professional Growth Plan


Krystine A. Wawrzonek
2015-2016

Goal 2: Implement Collaborative Response Model (CRM) to improve student achievement and create
success for all learners.
Teaching Quality Standard Reference (KSA A):
Teachers application of pedagogical knowledge, skills and attributes is based in their ongoing
analysis of contextual variables.
Teachers analysis of contextual variables underlies their reasoned judgments and decisions about
which specific pedagogical skills and abilities to apply in order that students can achieve optimum
learning. Selected variables are outlined below.
Plan:

Actions
Administer the STAR literacy
and numeracy screen to students
Review and reflect on STAR
data to flag students for
conversations in the CRM
meeting. Where appropriate,
access SLA and PAT data results
to assist in programming and
meeting student needs.
implement additional
assessment & diagnostic tools as
necessary to determine student
areas of need.
utilize and implement CRM
software to record information
about commitments made in
response to identified needs
Implement a comprehensive
pyramid of intervention model
to classify/categorize highly
effective strategies for targeted
students.
Participate in a PLC to develop/
explore instructional,
intervention & assessment
strategies aligned with CRM
commitments for timely and
appropriate strategies to students
to address identified learning
needs.
Work with Division Learning &
Inclusion Coaches to implement
instructional, intervention and
assessment strategies
Consult impact assessment data
to inform decisions around
appropriate student

Timelines
Sept., Feb., May
Participate in a CRM Learning
Cycle (suggested 4-6 weeks)
through formal meetings
focused on the CRM process.
September 11
October 9
November 20,
January 22
February 16,
March 4
April 8
May 6
June 3

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Resources
ELE Model
CRM templates and resources
CRM software
STAR data
Impact Assessment Data
(IPPs/APPs, Functional
Behavior Assessments, Fountas
& Pinnell etc.)
Inclusive Learning Procedures
Manual
Pyramids of Intervention
Additional Assessment tools
(SLAs, PATs, Diploma Exams,
Fountas & Pinnell, school-based
assessments, running records,
etc.

Professional Growth Plan


Krystine A. Wawrzonek
2015-2016
programming needs and highly
effective strategies.

Expected Results:

Indicators
STAR data, as one tool, will be analyzed (teacher level,
school level, divisional level) to inform our
understanding of student growth in numeracy and
literacy. Teacher and school data will only be used for
growth analysis inside the school division.
Provide evidence that the CRM software has been
utilized and the teacher has designed effective
interventions and strategies to address student learning
needs.
The schools Pyramid of Intervention is accessed
appropriately when determining strategies within each
level of support for students.
Each PLT will provide evidence regarding the overall
effectiveness of the team and individual contributions.
Provide evidence of collaboration with Division
Learning & Inclusion Coaches
Consider the impact on PAT, Diploma, SLA,
graduation rates, and Accountability Pillar data

Data collected
STAR data inputted into CRM software
CRM meeting printouts
Anecdotal notes of intervention results
Unit plan and novel study for FLA 8 designed in
collaboration with Samuel Dumoulin
Written LA and FLA PATs marked with results
recorded

Reflections:

Professional learning via the Returning Teachers Cohort was very valuable. (31/03/2016)
CRM meetings have been very valuable in the consistency when dealing with students. (26/05/16)
Thrilled to have had the time to meet with learning and inclusion coaches to increase the effectiveness
and diversity of my teaching method and my intervention repertoire. (26/05/16)

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Professional Growth Plan


Krystine A. Wawrzonek
2015-2016

Goal 3: Developing improved communication and collaboration with students and parents in order to build
collaborative relationships for students benefit.
Teaching Quality Standard Reference (KSA E and J):
Teachers strive to establish candid, open and ongoing lines of communication with students, parents,
colleagues and other professionals, and incorporate information gained into their planning.
Teachers strive to involve parents in their childrens schooling. Partnerships with the home are
characterized by the candid sharing of information and ideas to influence how teachers and parents,
independently and cooperatively, contribute to students learning.
Teachers make connections between school, home and community in order to enhance the relevance
and meaning of learning. Home and community resources are utilized to make learning meaningful
and relevant, and so students can gain an increased understanding of the knowledge, skills and
attitudes needed to participate in and contribute positively to society.
Plan:
Actions

Contact parents of all


students by phone at the
beginning of the school year to
establish lines of
communication.

Maintain contact with


parents of all students once
each month during the school
year.

Create a weekly
homeroom newsletter to keep
parents abreast of what is going
on in the classroom.

Timelines
First contact made within the
month of September.
Contact 6-10 parents per week
in following months (other than
December) via telephone or
email.

Resources
Telephone
Email
Newsletter
Website

Expected Results:

Indicators
Parent and student feedback
Increased consistency in expectations
Increased parental support for students
learning and behavioral goals

Data collected
Trimester surveys sent home via
Surveymonkey.com regarding communication

Reflections:
Parent contact not as consistent as I had aimed for. Primary contacts have been done strictly through
email. (26/05/2016)
Must continue to work toward this goal. (26/05/2016)

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