CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:Creating A Quality Professional Development Plan (PDP)
Waiting on Governor's Budget Changes
- Got your PDP started and your goal approved? Spring is the time that you should be completing your annual review and reflections, revising your PDP as necessary, and collecting and reflecting on both your own growth as an educator and your student’s growth.
- If you received your educator license after August 31, 2004 and are issued an Initial Educator License by the DPI for the first time in a particular category, then you need a PDP for license renewal!
- During this training, educators will learn using an electronic tool that prompts the development of a high-quality professional development plan to address self-identified learning needs based on professional reflection.
- This specific session is designed to provide educators support in working on the various components of their PDP that need to be completed at their stage in the process. That could include:
- PDP goal development or
- Finishing your PDP for final verification for license renewal.
Somethings you will need to bring to the training:
- Bring proof of UW graduation (if a graduate from a Wisconsin University). Proof may include a copy of a diploma, transcript, etc. Electronic version is needed (however, CESA can covert any hard copy to an electronic copy)
- DPI license number and expiration date
- Computer with wireless Internet access (we have computers available if you need one)
Julie Jensen, CESA #12 Educational Consultant
Any Administrator or Teacher working on a PDP.
Registration Fees: $0 this training is being covered by the Peer Review & Mentor Grants.
Districts are able to submit travel and substitute reimbursement for Initial Educators and New Principals if they are part of a consortium (see below).
Hurley Consortium Member Districts (Ashland, Bayfield, Butternut, Chequamegon, Hurley, Mellen, Mercer, Phillips, Washburn)
Superior Consortium Member Districts (Drummond, Hayward, Maple, Solon Springs, Superior, Winter)