PI 34 / PDP Support

The SEWNTP offers a variety of courses concerning PI 34 professional development plans (PDP) for Consortium members and to the general public. These courses are all designed for all educators, from first-year beginning teachers to administrators and veteran teachers.


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Support for Experienced Teachers, Mentors & Administrators

ED 690: Understanding, Supporting and Facilitating the Spirit of PI 34

This is a requirement for the Mentoring/Coaching Certificate

Gain an in-depth understanding of the law and the PDP in order to be a resource in your school/district. Participants will unpack the teacher and administrator standards, write a PDP, and learn how to help initial educators and others in writing a PDP.  This course is intended for Administrators, experienced teachers, mentors and those who are enrolled in the Mentoring/Coaching Certificate program. Three credits are available, more information will be provided on the first night of the workshop (completing the three credit option is required for the Mentoring/Coaching Certificate).

Classes are held at the Cardinal Stritch University Main Campus, Room information to be provided after registration

Dates/Times:

  • August 4, 5, & 6, 2014
    • 8:30am-3:30pm
  • January 23-24 & February 6-7, 2015
    • Fridays: 4:30pm- 8:30pm
    • Saturdays: 8:30am-3:30pm

Cost:

  • Consortium Members: $300
  • General Public: $400
  • Cost per credit: $160 (x3= $480), subject to change

Support for Initial Educators & Beyond

Helpful document: Timeline and SEWNTP Consortium Support for the PDP Process

EDUC 584: Writing the Professional Development Plan

This course will help you understand the requirements of PI 34 and be able to complete your PDP. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the law and the PDP, explore teacher standards and write a PDP. 

Classes will be held at the Cardinal Stritch University Main Campus from 5:00pm-8:00pm

Dates:

  • October 8, 15 & 22, 2014 - Intended for 2nd/3rd year and Professional educators
  • May 6, 13 & 20, 2015- Open to 1st/2nd/3rd year and Professional educators

Online EDUC 584: Writing the Professional Development Plan 

This self-paced, online version of EDUC 584 has no face-to-face contact and includes approximately 12.5 hours of online work. Participants must have a google account and be familar with wikispaces and GoogleDocs. 

Dates:

  • June 2- July 11, 2014

Cost

  • Consortium Member: $150
  • General Public: $200

Please call 414-410-4243 to Register. Registration for this course cannot be completed online.

PDP Informational Overview & FAQs

This offering is only available for SEWNTP Consortium members.

Participants will be provided with the most current DPI information that is needed to write a professional development plan. Both overviews will immediately follow the December Community of Practice for New Educators Seminar and will be offered at a Northeast and Southwest location. Please pick a date and location that is most convenient to you.

Intended for: beginning teachers and their mentors.

Required for: those taking the Community of Practice for New Educators seminars for credit.

Session information:

  • Brown Deer High School: December 4, 2014, 7:15pm-8:15pm
  • Pewaukee High School: December 8, 2014, 7:15pm-8:15pm

Annual Review and Final PDP Requirements

This offering is only available to SEWNTP consortium members.

This seminar reviews the expectations for license renewal, and is geared to help participant review and update their professional development plans with spring reviews to further develop needed documentation.

Session information:

  • March 11, 2015 at the Cardinal Stritch University Main Campus from 5:00pm-7:00pm

Support for Districts

Making the PDP- District Connection

Initial Educators + PDP Support = Greater Student Learning and Professional Growth

Can your district do more to support your Initial Educators in the licensing process?  Yes! Does providing a supportive PDP environment enhance professional development of new teachers, mentors and all staff?  Yes!  Would you like to learn more? Program Leads, and one or two mentors who are interested in learning more about supporting Initial Educators through the PDP process are invited to attend a new SEWNTP learning opportunity- Making the PDP District Connection workshop with our SEWNTP PI-34 Coordinator, Mary Cieslewicz.

For more information, please contact Mary via email.


Additional PI 34 / PDP Information

DPI Information Regarding Electronic Verification of the PDP, and other new procedures

Helpful PI 34 links

The SEWNTP Consortium Inter-District PDP Reviewer Database

Teacher Reviewers

Pupil Services Reviewers

Administrator Reviewers

IHE Reviewers


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