Febrary 23rd, 2018

Location details:

McKinney ISD Administration Building, Board Room

1 Duvall St

McKinney, TX 75069

Link to RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/LrMjfuLC6tGRQnIB3

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9:00AM-11:30AM-Problem Of Practice

At our January meeting, we began brainstorming ideas for our collaborative product: A Professional Learning Handbook.  This is a tool that we can all use or adapt in our settings to provide an accessible resource of best practices for new and experienced facilitators.  At this meeting, we will organize work groups to begin curating content for each of these sections of the handbook:

  • Intro: Meeting the Needs of Adult Learners
  • Quality Planning
  • Checklist of things to consider
  • Evaluation Impact
  • Learning Designs
  • Text protocols
  • Collaboration
  • The Day Of
  • Differentiation/Formative Assessment
  • A Skilled Facilitator
  • Troubleshooting/Dos and Don’t/ Post-mortem
  • Working with a co-presenter
  • Marketing
  • Resources

What to Bring: Resources, articles, books, and your brain! We will start to form teams that will define the section of our handbook and then we will get to work!

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12:30-2:30PM-Instructional Coaches

Making the Most of these Job-embedded Professional Developers

Join us as we learn about instructional coaches as a form of job-embedded professional development!  McKinney ISD will share our journey to create an instructional coach program that provides high-quality learning and support for our teachers.  Engage in a collaborative discussion about the successes and continued challenges of maintaining a quality instructional coach program!

What to Bring: Information about your district’s instructional coaches you would like to share!

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