Comprehensive School-Level 3-Day Professional Development Plan

Comprehensive School-Level 3-Day Professional Development Plan

Directions: The final signature assessment in this course is to write a comprehensive, school-level instructional leadership professional development plan.  This plan includes multiple elements in which you have been working on throughout the weeks. This week you will focus on building your final 3-Day Professional Development Plan including your fourth element called Teacher: Improving Teachers’ Instructional Practices.

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Each week throughout the course you prepared and submitted a draft of three out of the four elements of the plan. Use your readings, lectures, and exemplar examples of key components to build a strong more comprehensive plan. Use the feedback you received throughout Weeks 1, 2 & 3 to guide you in making improvements to your 3-Day Professional Development Plan. We should see growth from your previous draft submissions. You will submit this plan as your Signature Assessment for this course.


  1. Four elements of the comprehensive professional development plan, include:


  1. Initial Information: Professional Development
    • Include topic, audience, date, time, resources, cost, and collaborative team that assisted in identifying the area(s) of need etc.,


  1. Student Achievement: Evaluation of data sets that impact and identify the needs for content specific professional development and monitors professional improvement in the teaching and learning process.
    • Goals: Statement of goals for school-sponsored and/or school-supported data to identify needs and drive instruction.
  2. Content: Components of professional development plan that are content specific and address needs based on student needs information. Using curriculum alignment strategies, goals, curriculum mapping, research, and best practices. (e.g., using data to guide instructional content, curriculum alignment, facilitating implementation of rigorous content, content-based learning and assessment, evidence-based content to improve teaching and learning).
    • Objectives: Statement of objectives for school-sponsored and/or school-supported content that provides an appropriate level of rigor to improve teaching and learning.
  3. Teacher: Implementation of collaborative structures, professional learning communities, professional development processes, and use of tools and applications to facilitate and support teaching and learning. (e.g., using data to guide instructional practice, alignment of instruction to curriculum, facilitating implementation of rigorous instruction, instructional based learning and assessment, evidence-based strategies to improve teaching and learning).
    • Focus of Topic: Description of focus that will be undertaken to achieve the professional development goals and objectives that address instructional improvement and promote student achievement.



Part 1, 2, 3, 4: 3-Day Professional Development Plan:



  1. Complete the table. Use 12 pt. black font: Times New Roman. The table cells will expand to fit your text.




Professional Development Plan

Professional Development Initial Information

Focus of Topic:


School Name:


Instructional Leader    
Professional Development Committee Members:    
Date plan was created:    
Dates plan will be conducted:    
Dates plan will be in effect:    
Date by which time plan will be updated and revised for upcoming school year:    
Resources to purchase:    
Student Achievement:

Exploring the Data to Improve the

Student Learning Process

Professional Development: Day 1: Data to Drive Instruction

Goal: (S.M.A.R.T)



Data Sets (Collected Data Points):


Schedule & Activities: Schedule & Activities to be conducted: (Describe in depth the activities)


Student Achievement: Professional Development Goal:


Evaluation/Follow-up Methods: Choose a “best practices” or evidence-based strategies to be used to measure progress:  










Providing Academically Challenging Content

Professional Development: Day 2: Curriculum Alignment




State, District, and Campus Standards:


Schedule & Activities: Schedule & Activities to be conducted: (Describe in depth the activities)


Content: Professional Development Objective:


Evaluation/Follow-up Methods: Choose a “best practices” or evidence-based strategies to be used to measure progress:



Improving Teachers’ Instructional Practices

Professional Development: Day 3: Instructional Practices

(Focus or Task)



Instructional Support:

o  Collaboration

o  Peer to Peer Instructional Observations

o  Best Practices

o  Strategies

o  Evidence Based Approaches

o  Research

Schedule & Activities: Schedule & Activities to be conducted: (Describe in depth the activities)

o “Prepare”, “See it”, “Name it”, “Do it”, Reteaching: Guided and Modeling. (Leverage Leadership 2.0)

o   9:00am-10:00am- Prepare Lesson Plans

o   10:00am-12:00pm-See it & Name it

o   12:00pm-1:00pm- Lunch

o   1:00pm-2:00pm-Do it

o    2:00pm-3:00pm-Reteaching: Guided and Modeling

Teacher: Professional Development Focus or Task:

Targeted linear equation scaffolding to improve instructional impact on student learning.

Evaluation/Follow-up Methods: Choose a “best practices” or evidence-based strategies to be used to measure progress:


· Applications

· Strategies

· Implementation Tools

· T-TESS Evaluations

· Walk Throughs

· 6- or 9-Week Check-ups-for progress monitor

· Year-long calendar to document improvement from previous year



Part 5: Reflection: Evidence on the Impact of K-12 Student Learning


  1. Reflections W4LO1:(CLO1 & 4), W4LO3: (CLO5): Complete the following reflection to articulate and provide evidence on the impact of effective professional development on K-12 student learning. Identify an area to focus on by choosing one of the following: Data to Drive Instruction or Curriculum Alignment or Instructional Practice. Use the Reflective Model of What? So What? Now What? found in the Resource section of your course.


  1. Cite any sources and/or readings used as evidence to support your statements in APA format.


Evidence on K-12 Student Learning: Directions: Compose a 1-2 paragraph (200-word) reflection using the What? So What? Now What? Reflective Model to articulate and provide evidence you have revealed or expect to find for K-12 student learning using effective Professional Development practices. Choose one of the three areas to focus on: Data to Drive Instruction, Curriculum Alignment, or Instructional Practice.
The Instructional Leader moves the campus forward by professionally developing the faculty to improve student learning on K-12 campuses. As an administrator you must provide evidence on the impact of student learning. Identify the strengths and opportunities for development as you cover What was previously done, So What did you learn needs to be done, and Now What will you do moving forward to provide evidence on the impact of K-12 student learning in regards to providing effective professional development. The research and planning of this 3-Day Professional Development Plan revealed one area of impact on K-12 student learning that needed to be addressed and improved. What was previously practiced created a negative impact on student Math scores due to weak Curriculum Alignment.

So, what needs to be done to improve this…….

Now what will be proposed to be conducted in the future is….



Bambrick-Santoyo, P. (2018). Leverage Leadership 2.0: A Practical Guide to Building Exceptional Schools (p.365-366). John Wiley & Sons.


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