Demonstrator 1. Planning
Professional Development opportunities are planned with teacher learning needs in mind, and in response to data available about teacher practice and student learning.
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a) Feedback at the end of professional development sessions is gathered and considered in the development of follow-up training.
b) School and student dta is considered in planning professional development sessions.
c) Professional development opportunities are aligned iwth Individual Professional Growth Plans as needed for the PL/CS programs.
d) The school schedule allows for PL/CS and core subject teachers to collaborate and exchange ideas.
e) Professional development in PL/CS is provided.
f) Professional development is provided to integrate 21st century skills (e.g., problem solving, critical thinking, analyzing, and health literacy), not specific to PL/CS teachers.
g) Professional development in technology is provided for teachrs.
h) Teachers have access to professional development that supports research based effective instructional strategies specific to their discipline.