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Professional Development Master Plan

In School Administrative Unit 24 (SAU 24), the Professional Development Master Plan has been
developed to provide the structure and options that support educators in improving their professional
practice in accordance with New Hampshire professional development and recertification requirements as
specified in ED 512.

See below attachment for a copy of the current Professional Development Master Plan.

Attachments:
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Professional Development - Links

Local Colleges and Universities:
http://www.gradschool.unh.edu UNH/Manchester
http://www.nec.edu New England College
http://www.snhu.edu Southern New Hampshire University
http://www.keene.edu Keene State College
http://www.plymouth.edu Plymouth State University
 
Other PD resources:
http://www.seresc.net Southeastern Regional Education Service Center
http://www.nesdec.org/ New England School Development Council

Professional Development - SAU 24 / NEC Partnership Points Policy

School Administrative Unit # 24
New England College Partnership Points Policy
Use of District Earned “Points” to Access NEC Courses

NEC Partnership Points Policy Application

Policy Statement:  To enhance the partnership between the school districts of SAU # 24 and New England College.  All employees of SAU # 24 are entitled to apply for tuition remission at New England College utilizing the following guidelines:

Each school will earn points that will be compiled for use.

  1. Points will be earned by the SAU, not by individuals.
  2. Points will be earned by the District in the following manner:Tally of points earned will be maintained by the Director of Teacher Certification at New England College and shared with the Superintendent of Schools on a semester basis.
    1. .5 for Service Learning Activities (i.e. Reading Buddies)
    2. 1.0 for a Practicum
    3. 2.0 for a Methods Class Contact
    4. 3.0 for Student Teacher Supervision
    5. For field experience points are earned accordingly:
      • A 12 - 15 credit internship (fulltime) earns 3 points
      • A 9 – 11 credit internship earns 2.5 points
      • A 5 - 8 credit internship earns 2 points
      • A 2 – 4 credit internship earns 1.5 points
      • A 1 credit internship earns 1 point
  3. Contracts must be signed, priority ranking determined, and returned to NEC for points to be applied, if there are sufficient points in the bank.

Selection Criteria: Awarding of points will be prioritized as follows:

  1. Teachers who have taken NEC teacher education students (student teachers, practicum students, methods students, and field experience interns) and are included in the collective bargaining agreement have first priority.
  2. Teachers from SAU # 24 schools who have not taken NEC students and are included in the collective bargaining agreement.
  3. Administrators and other certified staff, including SAU employees (Occupational Therapist, Nurse, etc.) will be considered next.
  4. Paraprofessionals have the fourth consideration, if points are available.
  5. Other support staff employed by the districts who have direct contact with students will be the fifth consideration.
  6. Part-time employees are eligible for points on a pro-rated basis.

Application Process:

  1. Complete an Application Form and submit to the Superintendent.
  2. Approval is required from:
    1. Building Administrator
    2. Superintendent of Schools
    3. Director of Teacher Certification at New England College.
  3. Timeline of Application submittal.
    Applications will be only accepted for each session for a two-week period of time, as noted below:After all applications are received, they will be prioritized by the SAU according to the selection criteria. The final selection approval will be done by the Superintendent, following the policy and dates of submittal, a a priority ranking will be provided. The applications will be then forwarded to the NEC Director of Teacher Certification, who will then award the available points and develop a waiting list as needed. The applications will be returned to the Superintendent with the approval status and total points awarded. A copy of the approval will also be sent to the Graduate and Professional Programs Office and the Office of Student Financial Services.
    • For Summer term: approved applications will be accepted prior to each summer term.
    • For Fall term, approved applications will be accepted prior to the start of the Fall term. If the term is a 7 week session then before the start of each 7 week session.
    • For January term, approved applications will be accepted prior to the start of January term.
    • For Spring term, approved applications will be accepted prior to the start of Spring term. If the term is a 7 week session then before the start of each 7 week session.
  4. When the application is completed and approved, a copy of the application will be sent directly to the applicant from the NEC Director of Teacher Certification.

Restrictions:

  1. Each applicant may apply for up to 4 credits per term, for a total of no more than 8 credits per school year (July 1st - June 30th).
  2. A grade of a B must be received in order for the partnership points to be used. A grade lower than a B will mean the applicant must pay New England College for the per credit cost of the course.
  3. If an applicant withdraws from a course, the applicant must pay New England College for the per credit cost of the course.
  4. Partnership Points cannot be used for non-standard classes such as directed studies, independent studies, Summer Institute, and K-12 Alliance. These points are to be used for enrollment in standard classes and SAUniversity Special Classes only.

NEC use of Points:

1 point for each Undergraduate Credit
4 points for each Graduate Credit
6 points for each Doctoral Credit (exceptions are dissertation work and comprehensive projects)

Revised: June, 2013

Professional Development - Committee Members

Jacqueline Coe
SAU 24, Assistant Superintendent

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(S) 603-428-3269

Marge Burke
SAU 24, School Board Member

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(H) 603-529-7792

Marilyn Paul
Community Member

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(C) 603-491-7025

Kim Tucker
Center Woods Elementary School

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(S) 603-529-4500

Peggy Shafer
Weare Middle School

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(S) 603-529-7555

Leanne Chauvette
Henniker Community School, K-4

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(S) 603-428-3476

John Helfrich
Henniker Community School, 5-8

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(S) 603-428-3476

Melissa Muzzy
John Stark Regional High School

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(S) 603-529-5373

Katharine Gadwah
John Stark Regional High School

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(S) 603-529-5313

Martha LeMahieu
James Faulkner Elementary School

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(S) 603-446-3348

 

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Professional Development Links

Local Colleges and Universities:
http://www.gradschool.unh.edu UNH/Manchester
http://www.nec.edu New England College
http://www.snhu.edu Southern New Hampshire University
http://www.keene.edu Keene State College
http://www.plymouth.edu Plymouth State University
 
Other PD resources:
http://www.seresc.net Southeastern Regional Education Service Center
http://www.nesdec.org/ New England School Development Council

Forms 1 of 2

SAU 24 Professional Development Forms

Instructions:

1. Download the document to your PC or Mac.

2. Open the document - Adobe Reader for PDF and Microsoft Excel for XLS.

3. Enter your data (if applicable).

4. Save your modified document on your PC or Mac.

NOTE: See FORMS 2 OF 2 for more forms.

Attachments:
Download this file (Activity Log for Stipends and PD Hrs  6.23.15.pdf)Activity Log for Stipends and PD Hrs 6.23.15.pdf[ ]203 kB2016-07-06 10:38
Download this file (Addendum Regarding Professionals who are licensed but not certified through the NHDOE Page 20a.pdf)Addendum Regarding Professionals who are licensed but not certified through the NHDOE Page 20a.pdf[ ]86 kB2015-03-20 17:24
Download this file (Contracted Services Invoice Form.pdf)Contracted Services Invoice Form.pdf[ ]158 kB2015-03-20 17:24
Download this file (Course Reimbursement.pdf)Course Reimbursement.pdf[ ]204 kB2015-03-20 17:24
Download this file (Educator Student Learning Objectives (ESLO) and Shared Attribution (SA) Form Form.pdf)Educator Student Learning Objectives (ESLO) and Shared Attribution (SA) Form Form.pdf[ ]118 kB2016-05-02 19:04
Download this file (Educator Student Learning Objectives (ESLO) and Shared Attribution (SA) Guiding Document.pdf)Educator Student Learning Objectives (ESLO) and Shared Attribution (SA) Guiding Document.pdf[ ]118 kB2016-05-02 19:06
Download this file (Expenses for PD outside of NE.pdf)Expenses for PD outside of NE.pdf[ ]174 kB2016-04-25 13:02
Download this file (Henniker Course Reimbursement Form 2017-2019.pdf)Henniker Course Reimbursement Form 2017-2019.pdf[ ]163 kB2017-08-22 15:47
Download this file (IPDP Folder Checklist.pdf)IPDP Folder Checklist.pdf[ ]21 kB2015-03-20 17:24
Download this file (John Stark Course Reimbursement Form.pdf)John Stark Course Reimbursement Form.pdf[ ]21 kB2015-06-18 15:52
Download this file (Para PD Activity Proposal and Completion 4.13.16 Form.pdf)Para PD Activity Proposal and Completion 4.13.16 Form.pdf[ ]137 kB2016-05-19 15:14
Download this file (PD Activity Log for IPDP Folder.xls)PD Activity Log for IPDP Folder.xls[ ]45 kB2015-03-20 17:24
Download this file (PD Activity Proposal and Completion rev  7 16 14 Form.pdf)PD Activity Proposal and Completion rev 7 16 14 Form.pdf[ ]136 kB2015-03-20 17:25
Download this file (PD Activity Reflection Evaluation rev 7 16 14 Form.pdf)PD Activity Reflection Evaluation rev 7 16 14 Form.pdf[ ]45 kB2015-03-20 17:25
Download this file (PD Educator 3 year IPDP and Educator Learning Plan Form rev 5-27-15.pdf)PD Educator 3 year IPDP and Educator Learning Plan Form rev 5-27-15.pdf[ ]85 kB2016-06-01 13:14
Download this file (PD Educator Goal Development Worksheet Form.pdf)PD Educator Goal Development Worksheet Form.pdf[ ]123 kB2015-03-20 17:25
Download this file (PD Learning Log Form.pdf)PD Learning Log Form.pdf[ ]57 kB2015-03-20 17:25
Download this file (PD Presenter Feedback.pdf)PD Presenter Feedback.pdf[ ]20 kB2015-03-20 17:25
Download this file (PD Recertification Process and Timeline.pdf)PD Recertification Process and Timeline.pdf[ ]25 kB2015-03-20 17:26
Download this file (PD Workshop Attendance Verification Form.pdf)PD Workshop Attendance Verification Form.pdf[ ]82 kB2015-03-20 17:26
Download this file (Professional Development Activities Table.pdf)Professional Development Activities Table.pdf[ ]148 kB2015-03-20 17:26

Forms 2 of 2

SAU 24 Professional Development Forms

Instructions:

1. Download the document to your PC or Mac.

2. Open the document - Adobe Reader for PDF and Microsoft Excel for XLS.

3. Enter your data (if applicable).

4. Save your modified document on your PC or Mac.

NOTE: See FORMS 1 OF 2 for more forms.

Attachments:
Download this file (SAMPLE PD Educator 3 year IPDP and Educator Learning Plan Form 5-27-15.pdf)SAMPLE PD Educator 3 year IPDP and Educator Learning Plan Form 5-27-15.pdf[ ]85 kB2016-04-25 11:58
Download this file (SAU 24 Curriculum Work Proposal-5.18.16 Form.pdf)SAU 24 Curriculum Work Proposal-5.18.16 Form.pdf[ ]179 kB2016-05-18 15:08
Download this file (SMART Goal Questionnaire.pdf)SMART Goal Questionnaire.pdf[ ]168 kB2016-04-25 11:58
Download this file (Smart Goal Visual.pdf)Smart Goal Visual.pdf[ ]253 kB2016-04-25 11:59
Download this file (Weare Request for Course Approval Reimbursement Form.pdf)Weare Request for Course Approval Reimbursement Form.pdf[ ]35 kB2016-07-11 11:42
Download this file (Workshop Reimbursement.pdf)Workshop Reimbursement.pdf[ ]212 kB2016-04-25 11:59

SAU 24 / NEC Partnership Points Policy

NEC Partnership Points Policy Application

Policy Statement:  To enhance the partnership between the school districts of SAU # 24 and New England College.  All employees of SAU # 24 are entitled to apply for tuition remission at New England College utilizing the following guidelines:

Each school will earn points that will be compiled for use.

  1. Points will be earned by the SAU, not by individuals.
  2. Points will be earned by the District in the following manner:Tally of points earned will be maintained by the Director of Teacher Certification at New England College and shared with the Superintendent of Schools on a semester basis.
    1. .5 for Service Learning Activities (i.e. Reading Buddies)
    2. 1.0 for a Practicum
    3. 2.0 for a Methods Class Contact
    4. 3.0 for Student Teacher Supervision
    5. For field experience points are earned accordingly:
      • A 12 - 15 credit internship (fulltime) earns 3 points
      • A 9 – 11 credit internship earns 2.5 points
      • A 5 - 8 credit internship earns 2 points
      • A 2 – 4 credit internship earns 1.5 points
      • A 1 credit internship earns 1 point
  3. Contracts must be signed, priority ranking determined, and returned to NEC for points to be applied, if there are sufficient points in the bank.

Selection Criteria: Awarding of points will be prioritized as follows:

  1. Teachers who have taken NEC teacher education students (student teachers, practicum students, methods students, and field experience interns) and are included in the collective bargaining agreement have first priority.
  2. Teachers from SAU # 24 schools who have not taken NEC students and are included in the collective bargaining agreement.
  3. Administrators and other certified staff, including SAU employees (Occupational Therapist, Nurse, etc.) will be considered next.
  4. Paraprofessionals have the fourth consideration, if points are available.
  5. Other support staff employed by the districts who have direct contact with students will be the fifth consideration.
  6. Part-time employees are eligible for points on a pro-rated basis.

Application Process:

  1. Complete an Application Form and submit to the Superintendent.
  2. Approval is required from:
    1. Building Administrator
    2. Superintendent of Schools
    3. Director of Teacher Certification at New England College.
  3. Timeline of Application submittal.
    Applications will be only accepted for each session for a two-week period of time, as noted below:After all applications are received, they will be prioritized by the SAU according to the selection criteria. The final selection approval will be done by the Superintendent, following the policy and dates of submittal, a a priority ranking will be provided. The applications will be then forwarded to the NEC Director of Teacher Certification, who will then award the available points and develop a waiting list as needed. The applications will be returned to the Superintendent with the approval status and total points awarded. A copy of the approval will also be sent to the Graduate and Professional Programs Office and the Office of Student Financial Services.
    • For Summer term: approved applications will be accepted prior to each summer term.
    • For Fall term, approved applications will be accepted prior to the start of the Fall term. If the term is a 7 week session then before the start of each 7 week session.
    • For January term, approved applications will be accepted prior to the start of January term.
    • For Spring term, approved applications will be accepted prior to the start of Spring term. If the term is a 7 week session then before the start of each 7 week session.
  4. When the application is completed and approved, a copy of the application will be sent directly to the applicant from the NEC Director of Teacher Certification.

Restrictions:

  1. Each applicant may apply for up to 4 credits per term, for a total of no more than 8 credits per school year (July 1st - June 30th).
  2. A grade of a B must be received in order for the partnership points to be used. A grade lower than a B will mean the applicant must pay New England College for the per credit cost of the course.
  3. If an applicant withdraws from a course, the applicant must pay New England College for the per credit cost of the course.
  4. Partnership Points cannot be used for non-standard classes such as directed studies, independent studies, Summer Institute, and K-12 Alliance. These points are to be used for enrollment in standard classes and SAUniversity Special Classes only.

NEC use of Points:

1 point for each Undergraduate Credit
4 points for each Graduate Credit
6 points for each Doctoral Credit (exceptions are dissertation work and comprehensive projects)

Committee Members

Jacqueline Coe - Assistant Superintendent of Schools
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Mrs. Marge Burke - School Board Member
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Mr. Mark Willis - Weare Middle School Principal
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Mrs. Marilyn Paul - Henniker Community School
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Mrs. Kim Tucker - Center Woods Elementary School
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Mrs. Peggy Shafer - Weare Middle School
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Mr. Matt Willey - Henniker Community School, K-4
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Mrs. Beth Spaulding - Henniker Community School, 5-8
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Mrs. Melissa Muzzy - John Stark Regional High School
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Mrs. Kathy Guertin - James Faulkner Elementary School
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