Professional Growth Plan

Professional Growth Plan 2012-2013

As part of my personal professional growth, I will be posting my professional growth plan for this year on this site. My purpose in this is to share my growth plan with my colleagues and any interested audience. Another purpose of putting my growth plan in a public forum is to solicit comments, feedback, advice, and friendly encouragement as I work through my personal professional development this year.

Goal #1: Effective supervision for staff development.

Guiding Question:

What does a meaningful (effective and efficient) model of supervision for teacher growth look like?

Indicators and Measures of Success:

By the end of June, using Marzano’s Language of Pedagogy focused on Doman one, we will improve the quality of feedback given to staff.


GOAL #2: Purposeful reflection for personal professional growth

Guiding Question:

How can digital technology be leveraged as a tool for purposeful reflection and the development of a digital portfolio?

Indicators and Measures of Success:

By the end of June, I will have created a blog that will act as a space for personal professional reflection, but will also be a digital portfolio set up according to the Principal Quality Practice standards.



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