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Facilitator Resources

​​​​Professional Learning Resources for Facilitators

You may have been given the responsibility to coordinate professional learning for your school/department. That responsibility will include knowledge of creating quality professional learning which includes implementation, follow-up, and evaluation, along with how to create and manage professional learning opportunities in MyPGS. The resources listed on this page will help with all aspects of your responsibility as a PL Educator, Facilitator, or MyPGS Office Administrator.

The VCS Professional Learning System Manual

Cycle of Learning

PD Facilitator Responsibilities

Facilitator's Annual Log of Planning Hours for Professional Development Activities

Professional Learning Logic Model

Professional Learning Planning Guide

Professional Learning Implementation and Evaluation Evidence form for District Training - PLIEE

Professional Learning Follow-up Message to Principals

Volusia Reads! Book Study Guidelines  (please follow these guidelines when providing a book study)

​Early Release School-based Professional Learning Days

Schools will choose 5 early release Wednesdays throughout the year for their school-based professional learning. If your school needs district help with an ERPL Day, please complete and send in this form:
Early Release Support Request

Early Release Regional Professional Learning Days

​Three dates this year will focus on regional or role-alike professional learning. These dates are:  ​September 28th, October 26th (cancelled due to Hurricane Matthew)  and January 25th.​​ If you would like to facilitate a regional professional learning on one of these ​dates, please complete and submit this form:

​​​Regio​nal ERPL Facilitator Registration

​Moodle Resources

User Guide

Master In-service Plan Components

Component Reports

If you need a copy of a component please contact Alice Partlow.

AWARDING ESE CREDITS - ATTENTION SCHOOLS AND DEPARTMENTS

Designing Professional Learning Opportunities for ESE Credit (Teaching Students with Disabilities)

If you would like to provide a professional learning opportunity that is specific to the instruction of students with disabilities, here's what you need to do BEFORE you hold the training:

  1. Create a new course in MyPGS (Choose any component IF APPROVED. we will add the correct ESE component).
  2. Include the number of hours of the training, the general and specific objectives of your training, and your implementation and evaluation expectations.
  3. Create your section - DO NOT ADD participants to the roster at this time.
  4. Email your course number to Alice Partlow.

Your course will be reviewed by the Professional Learning & School Improvement Department and FDLRS.  Once approved by our office you can then add or allow participants at your school to register.

it is important to know that in order to qualify as an ESE credit, the main focus of the professional learning opportunity must be on the instruction of students with disabilities. There are four categories that meet the legislative requirement for ESE credit:

  • Instructional Strategies for Students with Disabilities
  • Classroom Management for Students with Disabilities
  • Assessment for Students with Disabilities
  • Curriculum for Students with Disabilities
​If you have questions, contact Alice Partlow​, Professional Learning & School Improvement, x 20550​
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