PPA-C Work Group: Outcomes 10/10/12

Attendance:

Louann Stalder

 Steilacoom Historical School District 

FTF

 Greg Gelderman 

 Seattle Pacific University

FTF

 Kathlyn Mickel

 Pacific Lutheran University

GTM

Jon Howeiler

 University of Washington-Bothell

GTM

 Molly Ross

 Central Washington University

FTF

 Kathleen Allen

 Saint Martin's University

FTF

 Charles Murphy    

 Toppenish School District

FTF

 Tracy Land

 Granite Falls School District

FTF

 Tamara Mosar

 Spokane Public Schools

GTM

 Tammie Schrader

 Cheney School District

GTM

 Angela Kirchner

 Tacoma Public Schools

FTF

 Sharon Straub

 WACTE representative

FTF

Mea Moore

PESB

FTF

Patti Larriva

PESB

FTF

 Work Group Assignments:

Section of PPA

Task

Completed by

Due Dates

Conceptual Framework (p. 1-15)

·        Incorporate 8 criteria

·        Update vocabulary/terminology

·        Start Glossary

Mea Moore, Patti Larriva

Louann Stalder, Tamara Mosar

November 9, 2012

December 7, 2012

Classroom and Student Characteristics Form (p. 20)

·        Review other documents for comparison

·        Update vocabulary/terminology

·        Develop electronic template

Mea Moore, Patti Larriva

November 9, 2012

Instructional Plan (p. 21-26)

·        Review pages 21-26 to ensure it is aligned with all other sections

·        Develop lesson plan electronic template

·        Update vocabulary/terminology

·         

Tracy Land, Kathleen Allen, Louann Stalder

TBA: Rubrics and Conceptual Framework must be completed prior to this being done

December 21,2012

Observation (rubrics) (p.29-38)

·        Crosswalk between TPEP and PPA rubrics

Greg Gelderman, Jon Howeiler

November 9

Directions to Teacher Candidates (p. 17-19)

·        Align directions for candidates to 8 criteria and rubrics

To Be Determined

To Be Announced

Glossy (43-50)

·        Update definitions

To Be Determined

To Be Announced

References (p.13-15 and 51-52)

·        Update and add references as needed

To Be Determined

To Be Announced

 Crosswalk with Washington State Teacher Criteria(TPEP) and PPA (p. 29)


Sources of Evidence (Prior to the Observation)  TPEP #5 and 8 missing from this list

 

1.  The teacher candidate sets learning targets that address the Essential Academic Learning Requirements and the state learning goals. Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): a, s, p TPEP #4 and #1?

 

2.  The teacher candidate demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of students and their communities.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): m, n, o, s TPEP # 3

 

3.  The teacher candidate plans and establishes effective interactions with families to support student learning and well-being.

Targeted Residency Standard: (WAC 180-78A-270): v TPEP #7

 

4.  The teacher candidate designs assessment strategies that measure student learning.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): m, n, o, t TPEP # 6

 

5.  The teacher candidate designs instruction based on research and principles of effective practice.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): l, m, n, o, s, x TPEP# 2

 

Observation TPEP #1 and 8 missing from this list

 

6.  The teacher candidate aligns instruction with the plan and communicates accurate content knowledge.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): b, s TPEP # 2 and 4

 

7.  Students participate in a learning community that supports student learning and well-being.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): r, ri, rii, l, m TPEP # 5 and 3

 

8.  Students engage in learning activities that are based on research and principles of effective practice.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): m, n, o, p, q, r, x TPEP # 2

 

9.  Students experience effective classroom management and discipline.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): r TPEP # 5

 

10. The teacher candidate and students engage in activities that assess student learning.

Targeted Residency Standards: (WAC 180-78A-270): m, n, o, ri, t TPEP #6

Next Steps

  • All completed assignments will be forwarded to Mea and Patti to place on website 
  • All members of the work group will be given time frame to review the draft products 
  • A webinar will be used to gather feedback, suggestions, comments and edits of drafts 
  • Webinars will be specific to sections 
  • Final draft will be formulated for Board approval 
  • Final draft will be completed by Feb. 1, 2013 
  • Final draft will be presented at the March 2013 Board meeting in Blaine, WA 
  • Three members of the work group will be at the Board meeting to present draft and rationale of the work group’s draft.