An Overview of the Continuing Professional Teacher

Report
CPTD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Ella Mokgalane
Saxonwold Primary School
26 May 2014
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CPTD System Phased-In Implementation
Process
2012
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Pilot Report Issued
Pilot Recommendations Carried Out
Implementation Plan Approval
Implementation cohorts identified
2013
• Stakeholder Engagements / Collaboration (including the
9 PEDs HODs/SGs)
• CPTD Orientation and Sign-Up for the principals and
deputy principals
• 54 evaluators recruited and trained
• 1st Catalogue of approved providers and endorsed PD
activities
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• Advocacy and Communication
CPTD System Implementation
Cohorts….
2014 - 1st cohort’s year 1 of 3 year cycle
- 2nd cohort’s orientation and sign-up
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2015 – 1st cohort’s year 2 of the 3 year cycle
- 2nd cohort’s year 1 of the 3 year cycle
- 3rd cohort’s orientation and sign-up
2016 – 1st cohort’s year 3 of the 3 year cycle
ends
- 2nd cohort’s year 2 of the 3 year cycle
- 3rd cohort’s year 1 of the 3 year cycle
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CPTD System Phased-In Implementation
Process
2014
• Monitoring and Evaluation in 93 GP schools (February /
March)
– Orientation sessions not done / not done adequately
– Too much focus on the sign-ups
– Information gaps on how to participate in a three year cycle and
allocation of PDP Points
– Knowledge of PDP
– SMS
• Addressing the gaps / challenges identified from:
– monitoring and evaluation process,
– Feedback from principals and deputy principals, stakeholders,
orientation and sign-up sessions, and PEDs
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CPTD System Phased-In Implementation
Process
• CPTD System Launch by the Deputy
Minister
• 2nd Catalogue of Approved Providers and
Endorsed PD Activities
• Orientation and Sign-ups for HODs
• 1st year of the three year cycle – principals
and deputy principals
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The Basic Structure of the CPTD
System
• Principals and deputy principals engage in
three kinds of SACE Endorsed
Professional Development (PD) activities /
programmes:
o Teacher initiated activities (Personal)
o School initiated activities (School)
o Externally initiated (offered largely by
the SACE approved providers)
• They have to earn their Professional
Development Points from each of the three
types of Professional Development Activities
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The Basic Structure of the CPTD
System
• SACE will allocate professional development
(PD) points to educators’ professional
development activities according to a schedule
of PD Points approved by SACE
• Type 1 and Type 2 (Pre-Determined PD Points Educators Guide)
• Type 3 (Points allocated through endorsement
process – catalogues / database)
• Each educator will be expected to achieve 150
PD points on their PD points Account in
every three year cycle.
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The Basic Structure of the
CPTD System
• SACE will issue a Certificate of Achievement
to each educator who achieves the 150 PD
points within the three years as follows:
• Bronze Certificate of Achievement to each
educator who achieves 150 PD points within the
three years.
• A Silver Certificate of Achievement to each
educator who achieves 150+ to 300 PD points
within the three years.
• A Gold Certificate of Achievement to each
educator who achieves 300+ PD points within 8
the three years.
Professional Development
Portfolio
• Recording will be done in the Professional
Development Portfolio (PDP) for Principals
and Deputy Principals
• PDP Guidelines – Soft copy (SACE
website)
• Templates (Online / Offline copies / Soft
copy – SACE website)
• CPTD System / PDP Annual Process
Linked to the IQMS Process
• PDP – Monitoring Tool
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Professional Development
Portfolio
2014 / 2015 / 2016
• Planning
– Needs Identification - IQMS /ANA /NSC /
Reflection
– System level priorities – ISPFTED,
WSPs/NSDS, ANA, NSC, Minister’s Delivery
Agreement, NDP, New national priorities)
– PGP/SIP (Type 1 / Type 2)
– DIP/PIP/NIP (Type 3)
– Overlaps (Type 1, 2, 3)
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Professional Development
Portfolio
• Recording
– Participation in endorsed type 1, 2, 3 PD
Activities
– Reflection
– Evidence of Performance
– SACE expects educator to record their points
honestly. Dishonest reporting is
unprofessional conduct. It may also be a
breach of SACE’s Code of Professional Ethics
– This information may also be used for the
IQMS processes and other related processes11
in the education system
Professional Development
Portfolio
Reporting
• Educators will report their participation in
Professional Development twice a year manually
on a form prescribed by SACE or electronically
on the CPTD self-service portal – May to June
and October to November
• In May/June and October/November a
principal will request staff members to report
their PD points for the semester on a simple
form supplied by SACE or electronically.
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Professional Development
Portfolio
• Manual Reporting
– One page form supplied by SACE
Post:
Attention: Professional Development and Research Division
SACE
Private Bag x 127
CENTURION, 0046
• Fax-to-Email: 086 571 5260
• Email Address: [email protected]
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Professional Development
Portfolio
• ELECTRONICALLY:
www.sace.org.za
Choose CPTD then click on self-service
portal
Choose Educator Login using your
username and password
Choose Record Points Tab on top
(Refinement going on – end June)
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HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN A THREE YEAR
CYCLE – PRINCIPALS AND DEPUTIES
• Material/Resources
– Principals and Deputy Principals Orientation
and sign-up manual
– Educator’s guide on “how to participate in my
three year cycle” (website / manual copies).
Monthly guidelines
– Professional Development Portfolio
Guidelines and Template for principals and
deputy principals (website, manual copies,
online through the CPTD self-service portal)
– CPTD Brochure
– Relationship between IQMS and the CPTD 15
System Pamphlet
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN A THREE YEAR
CYCLE – PRINCIPALS AND DEPUTIES
• PROCESS
– Needs Identification Process (IQMS/Others)
– Develop Professional Growth Plan / SIP / DIP
/ PIP / NIP
ADDRESSING THE IDENTIFIED NEEDS
– PGP: Type 1 Activities with Predetermined PD Points
(Points schedule in the CPTD Educators’ Guide)
– SIP: Type 2 Activities with Predetermined PD Points
(Points Schedule in the CPTD Educators’ Guide)
– DIP/PIP/NIP: Type 3 Activities with PD Points (SACE
catalogues/database)
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January – December 2014 Typical PD Activities
Type 1
Type 1 PD Activity
Pre-determined PD
Points
8 Educational Meetings (per annum)
1. 4 x Principals Meetings by the District
2. 2 x NAPTOSA GP Principals / Deputies Meetings /
Forum
3. 1 x SAPA Breakfast Session
4. 2 x Local Schools Principals / Deputies Network or
Committee Meeting
10 Points (all together)
Conferences / Symposium
1. NAPTOSA GP Leadership Conference
2. SAPA National Conference
3. Workshop Session on School as a Learning
Organisation
10 Points (2 days and
more)
10 Points (2 days)
5 points (2 – 5 hours)
Reading Educational Material (from 4 sources in a
year)
NAPTOSA Insight
The Teacher Newspaper
SUB-TOTAL FOR Type 1 (YEAR 1 of the Three Year
Cycle)
5 Points
40
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January – December 2014 Typical PD Activities
Type 2
Type 2 PD Activity
Pre-Determined PD
Points
Staff Development (4 per annum)
• Conducting a PD workshop to staff at a school
• 2 x Attending and participating in school-based
workshop session
• Being developed and supported on a particular
teaching and learning area or management and
leadership by the circuit manager/IDSO or the
District
21 Points (all together)
School Projects
• Implementing school project
20 Points
School Meetings (10 per annum)
• 2 x SGB Meetings
• 3 x SMT Meetings
• 2 x Subject Committee Meetings
• 5 x Staff meetings
• 3 x Professional Learning Committee Meetings
10 Points
SUB-TOTAL
51 Points
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January – December 2014 Typical PD Activities
Type 3
Type 3 PD Activity
PD Points
(Endorsement
Process)
BED Honours
Curriculum Management and Support
(Matthew Goniwe)
45 Points
5 Points
SUB-TOTAL
50 Points
GRAND TOTAL Type 1, 2, 3 for year
1 of the 1st three year cycle.
141
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THANK YOU
Ella Mokgalane
Senior Manager: Professional
Development and Research
012 663 9517 / 012 679 9709 – direct
[email protected]
[email protected]
086 571 5260 (fax-to-email)
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