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Self-Directed Model/Action Research Mode

Professional employees will develop a structured, on-going reflection of a practice-related issue (Danielson’s Framework for Teaching or a The Pennsylvania Department of Education approved alternative system). Professionals may work individually or in small groups, dyads or triads, to complete the action research project. Meeting notes, resources, data collection tools, and the results of the reflective sessions should be shared with the principal and used as evidence in the supervision and evaluation of the employee. Book/research reviews are unacceptable for a separate Differentiated Supervision mode; however, they may be used to develop the research for an action plan.


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