Ormulating a PD program for your school

Description of the project. Provide a rational and evidence to support your choice. Describe how you envisage your network to operate.



I believe this is necessary for my school because
The process
Donot make general statements

Why is it necessary for my school
Equip staff with knowledge c//content driven by staff
Engage staff with learning
How to devise rational for the school,,, how do i involve the leadership
He process
How to go about expanding on staff knowledge
Process of learning by students differentiate
The need for this in the shool ..taking into account the existing knowledge ...design the survey

The school needs a pd program
2. Intended outcomes of the project;
Discuss:
a? Impact on classroom practice, teacher confidence, curriculum planning and development, Individual Learning Plans monitoring and evaluation, student involvement, and feedback instruments.

What are the goals
What the teachers will get

3. Research Data collection and evaluation. How will you measure the need for the network and the get appropriate feedback?


Measure the needs
Identify the needs
How to gather the information.
Asd level how do they rate themselves
What would you lke to know

4. Methodology a How will you structure the network from planning to implementation and evaluation? Include details of proposed content.
How many sessions
Why this decision
Indend contents
Adjusted according the staff from feed back
5. Resources and staffing How will you gain support for establishing the network? Who will plan, implement and attend the network? How will it be funded?
Who would you go to
Who would run the pd
Es staff etc how would run it

Funding it


6. Challenges
a? Discuss the challenges you envisage or you have encountered in designing and implementing the network for example timelines, support, feedback etc.

Getting staff on board differences in learning structures is good for all visuals etc..different learning styles
Resistance from staff
How to go about resolving the challenges
How to plan

1. State the research problem, which is often referred to as the purpose of the study.
2. Provide the context and set the stage for your research question in such a way as to show its necessity and importance.
3. Present the rationale of your proposed study and clearly indicate why it is worth doing.
4. Briefly describe the major issues and sub-problems to be addressed by your research.
5. Identify the key independent and dependent variables of your experiment. Alternatively, specify the phenomenon you want to study.
6. State your hypothesis or theory, if any. For exploratory or phenomenological research, you may not have any hypotheses. (Please do not confuse the hypothesis with the statistical null hypothesis.)
7. Set the delimitation or boundaries of your proposed research in order to provide a clear focus.
8. Provide definitions of key concepts. (This is optional.)

This assessment covers all the units of competency in the Vocational Graduate Diploma of Teaching Students with ASD (22096VIC)
VU20292
Evaluate the teaching effectiveness of an individualised curriculum for a student with ASD
VU20290
Evaluate theories for teaching students with ASD
VU20535
Manage behaviour support plans for students with ASD
Word limit: 2000 words
Examples of Network Learning Communities are:
School level
i · Formulating a PD program for your school
i · Creating an ASD Interest group with colleagues at your school
i · Setting up an ASD Specific School Intervention program, eg. Using peer support strategies to address bullying within a mainstream setting.
i · Setting up a School Community Support Group
Regional level
i · Special Schools Collegiate Support Network
i · School Cluster ASD Network
i · Integration Aides ASD Network
i · Regional ASD Curriculum Focus Group
i · Regional ASD Collegial Support Group
i · ASD Regional Schoolas Online Network
Guidelines for Design A network Learning Community
1. Description of the project. Provide a rational and evidence to support your choice. Describe how you envisage your network to operate.
2. Intended outcomes of the project;
Discuss:
i · Impact on classroom practice, teacher confidence, curriculum planning and development, Individual Learning Plans monitoring and evaluation, student involvement, and feedback instruments.
3. Research Data collection and evaluation. How will you measure the need for the network and the get appropriate feedback?
4. Methodology a How will you structure the network from planning to implementation and evaluation? Include details of proposed content.
5. Resources and staffing How will you gain support for establishing the network? Who will plan, implement and attend the network? How will it be funded?
6. Challenges
i · Discuss the challenges you envisage or you have encountered in designing and implementing the network for example timelines, support, feedback etc.