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PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN

NAME: ___Sara Turmel___________________________


Part 1: Strengths & Areas for Growth

Areas of Description of Evidence Rubric/Standa


Strength identified rd
strengths
Planning Use of 5E Model Supervisor feedback.
edTPA Rubric(s):

TAP:

InTASC: 7
Supervisor feedback.
Classroom
Instruction Environment
edTPA Rubric(s):

TAP:

InTASC: 3
Assessment Plan
Summative
Assessment Assessment
edTPA Rubric(s):

TAP:

InTASC: 6
GSTA Conference, NSTA
Professional Conference, Grant
Professionalism Development Workshops, Woodrow Wilson
edTPA Rubric(s):
Signature Experiences.
TAP:
Attendance
InTASC: 9

Adapted from SCALE 2016 Professional Learning Plan to align to Georgia TAP Standards
Areas for Description of Evidence Rubric/Standa
Growth areas for rd
growth
Planning Differentiation Supervisor feedback.
edTPA Rubric(s):

TAP:

InTASC: 2
Supervisor feedback.
Content edTPA Rubric(s):
Instruction Connections
TAP:

InTASC: 5
Mentor Teacher feedback.
Formative edTPA Rubric(s):
Assessment Assessment
TAP:

InTASC: 6
Mentor Teacher feedback.
Collaboration edTPA Rubric(s):
Professionalism
TAP:

InTASC: 10
Part 2: Planning for Support

Areas for Description of Strategies to Supports/Reso

Adapted from SCALE 2016 Professional Learning Plan to align to Georgia TAP Standards
Growth areas for Improve urces
growth
Planning Differentiation Learn more about teaching
gifted students and how to
differentiate for them. Teaching Gifted
Kids in the
Regular
Classroom by
Susan
Winebrenner
Learn more about my
Content students so that I can help
Instruction Connections them to connect the content The Physics
to their lives. I will research a
variety of labs a curricular
Classroom
materials to look for
opportunities to make
connections.

Learn about different


Formative formative assessments and
Assessment Assessment try a variety of new Use Science
assessments.
Formative
Assessment by

Adapted from SCALE 2016 Professional Learning Plan to align to Georgia TAP Standards
Page Keeley

Learn from other teachers


Collaboration how they support one
Professionalism another and good ways to get Collaborative
involved in that.
Planning Meetings

Part 3: Reflecting on the Process


1.Have you been able to implement these practices effectively? Why
or why not?

2.Which supports have been most useful to you as you work on your
growth areas?

Adapted from SCALE 2016 Professional Learning Plan to align to Georgia TAP Standards
3. What additional supports would you like to receive?

Adapted from SCALE 2016 Professional Learning Plan to align to Georgia TAP Standards