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M.U.

Lujan Elementary School


Guam Department of Education
500 Mariner Avenue, Barrigada Guam 96913-1608
Tel: 789-1535
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Jon J. P. Fernandez
Principal
Superintendent of Education
Taisipic, Jr. Assistant Principal

Natasha A. Dela Cruz


Elias T.

FORM B
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH PLAN
1 OF 2
Use this form in conjunction with the 5 standards and indicators.
Educator: Dawn Topasna
School & Assignment: MULES
Date: 9/10/15
Standard/Criteria: Please check the Standard(s) being addressed.
__ I. Planning
X II. Instruction
__III. Management
__ IV. Reflection
__ V. Learning Communities
(must impact student growth)
Step 1 Professional Growth Goal (specific):
Standard Indicator #2.8 : (identify) Uses a variety of assessment techniques to enhance
knowledge of learners, evaluate student progress and performance, and modify teaching and
learning strategies.
Step 2 Your rationale for choosing this goal. (e.g. SMART goal, department or PLC goal, school goal,
accreditation, personal reflection, perceived area for growth, etc.)
If I improve my effectiveness in planning and teaching, my student outcomes will improve.
Step 3 Evidence of Professional Growth/Evidence of Student Growth (e.g., tools, samples, reports,
rubrics, forms, grade reports, agenda, minutes, portfolios, etc.) (not applicable if goal cannot be
measured by student growth)
100% of my students at Tier I will be proficient according to Grade Level criteria in Problem
Solving, Math Operations and Procedures, and Place Value, as measured by Grade Level
Assessment (Summative and Formative) by end of school year.
100% of my students at Tier II will be proficient according to Grade Level criteria in Problem
Solving, Math Operations and Procedures, and Place Value, as measured by Grade Level
Assessment (Summative and Formative) by end of school year.
20% of my students at Tier III will be basic to proficient according to Grade Level criteria in
Problem Solving, Math Operations and Procedures, and Place Value, as measured by Grade
Level Assessment (Summative and Formative) by end of school year.
Step 4 Detailed Timeline for proposed activities
MONTH
ACTIVITY
SMART Goal School Improvement

EVIDENCE

August

September

October

November
December
January
February
March
April
May

Process
Greatest Area of Need
SMART Goal Tree Diagram
Teacher Portfolio:
Grade Level SMART Goal
Teacher Professional Learning Goal
Curriculum Maps
Student Profile
Unit Plans
Class Profile
Lesson Plans
Establish Classroom: Differentiated
Tiers
Instruction Universal Design for
Student Profile
Instruction
Class Profile
Thinking Mathematically: Organizations
Data
of Math Content around 5 Powerful
Ideas
Composition, Decomposition,
Relationships, Representation, and
Context
The Number System Arithmetic
Geometry Parts and Wholes
Seven step curriculum review process
Decimal Numbers
Measurement
Data Analysis Probability
Ratio & Proportion
Algebra

What research will you need to do to address the focus area? Marzano Module train the trainee guide,
What evidence will you use to document how your professional growth has positively impacted
student learning?
Step 5 Additional resources needed from Administration or Team

Step 6 Collaboration with Your Professional Growth Team (Optional)


Arrange to consult with your Professional Growth Team and share your plan.
Acknowledgement of Plan: (Team members)
LeAnn Pangelinan
Erika Arceo
Michelle Santos

________________

________________
________________

Date: _________________________
____

Date: _________________________
Date: _________________________

Concurred by:
Dawn M. P. Topasna______________9/10/15
Educators Name & Signature/Date

________________________________
Natasha A. Dela Cruz, Principal/ Date

M.U. Lujan Elementary School


Guam Department of Education
500 Mariner Avenue, Barrigada Guam 96913-1608
Tel: 789-1535
Jon J. P. Fernandez
Principal
Superintendent of Education
Taisipic, Jr. Assistant Principal

Natasha A. Dela Cruz


Elias T.

FORM B
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH PLAN
2 OF 2
Use this form in conjunction with the 5 standards and indicators.
Educator: Dawn Topasna
School & Assignment: MULES
Date: 9/10/15
Standard/Criteria: Please check the Standard(s) being addressed.
__ I. Planning
II. Instruction
__III. Management
X IV. Reflection
__ V. Learning Communities
(must impact student growth)
Step 1 Professional Growth Goal (specific):
Standard Indicator #4.3: (identify) Demonstrates a commitment to continued professional growth
to improve student learning.
Step 2 Your rationale for choosing this goal. (e.g. SMART goal, department or PLC goal, school goal,
accreditation, personal reflection, perceived area for growth, etc.)
By participating in PLCs, CLTs and a PS3 committee I can collaborate with others and identify
resources I may need to support my teaching and my students learning.
Step 3 Evidence of Professional Growth/Evidence of Student Growth (e.g., tools, samples, reports,
rubrics, forms, grade reports, agenda, minutes, portfolios, etc.) (not applicable if goal cannot be
measured by student growth)
Step 4 Detailed Timeline for proposed activities
MONTH
ACTIVITY
Weekly

Grade Level PLC


CLT

Monthly

Vertical Team PLC


PS3 Meeting

EVIDENCE
Teacher Portfolio:

Student Profile
Class Profile
Meeting Schedule
Minutes
SMART Goal

What research will you need to do to address the focus area?


What evidence will you use to document how your professional growth has positively impacted
student learning?
Step 5 Additional resources needed from Administration or Team

Step 6 Collaboration with Your Professional Growth Team (Optional)


Arrange to consult with your Professional Growth Team and share your plan.
Acknowledgement of Plan: (Team members)
LeAnn Pangelinan_________________________________

Date: _________________________

Zena Sablan

Date: _________________________

______________________________

Michelle Santos____________________________________

Date: _________________________

Concurred by:

Dawn M. P. Topasna______________9/10/15
Educators Name & Signature/Date

________________________________
Natasha A. Dela Cruz, Principal/ Date