Saturday, 13 January 2018

Self-Assessment Tool - Part 3 - Professional Learning Goals

Instructions 

  1. Begin Part 3 by reviewing your responses in Part 1 and 2. 
  2. Complete the chart below by identifying three priorities for your professional learning over the next two years. 
  3. For each priority, indicate the related standard(s). 
  4. Next, develop a professional learning goal for each priority and ensure that the goal is related to the standards identified for that priority. You will work toward these three goals during this two-year portfolio cycle. Consider creating goals that are: 
    • Specific 
    • Measurable 
    • Action-oriented 
    • Realistic 
    • Timely

First Professional Learning Priority

Build and strengthen relationships with other professionals and colleagues to facilitate community partnerships in order to benefit and support children and families.


Related Standards

  • Standard I: Caring and Responsive Relationships
  • Standard IV: Professionalism and Leadership

Professional Learning Goals

Working collaboratively with other professionals in my field and across a variety of disciplines.

Second Professional Learning Priority

Communicate learning that occurs in the classroom through different types of pedagogical documentation.


Related Standards

  • Standard II: Curriculum and Pedagogy

Professional Learning Goals

Develop methods of documentation that are accessible to children, families and colleagues in a variety of ways which invite both reflection and collaboration.

Third Professional Learning Priority

Continue to strengthen and develop the inclusiveness of the program at Red River Early Learning Centre


Related Standards

  • Standard III: Safety, Health and Well-Being in the Learning Environment

Professional Learning Goals

Research and develop strategies for implementing successful programming in a multi-age classroom in which children demonstrate a variety of skill levels.
Reflect unique families and cultures in the classroom environment.

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