Published: 7/31/2014 4:47 PM
​The following resources will help districts plan for professional learning around Self-Reflection and Professional Growth Planning.
​Source of Evidence ​Important Items to Support Implementation ​Research ​Training Materials ​Professional Learning via PD 360 and The Teaching Channel ​CIITS/EDS


  • ​Initial Self-Reflection using the Kentucky Adapted Framework for Teaching in EDS/CIITS
Danielson, Lena M. Fostering Reflection, February 2009, Volume 66, Number 5
Self Reflection and PGP Module From the KLA/KDE Module series.  This is a zip folder.
Self-Reflection and Professional Growth Planning Powerpoint Comprehensive powerpoint designed for facilitator use. Includes information about each process, actvities, and guidance for entering both in EDS.
Student Growth Goal and PGP Conference Module From the KLA/KDE Module series.  This is a zip folder.

Completing Self Reflections

Principals Viewing Self Reflections

​Professional Growth Plan

  • ​Develop Professional Growth Goal and strategies/action plan (documented in CIITS/EDS)
  • Schedule beginning of the year conference to discuss PGP/SGG with each teacher
Building Professional Development to Support New Student Assessment Systems

PGP Initial Reflection The first step in beginning a Self-Reflection. Teachers use this template to self-identify indicators for Domains 2 and 3 of the Kentucky Framework for Teaching. These indicators are then compared to the complete Framework for Teaching to determine one’s initial professional practice rating.

Sample PGP Goals Teachers of a variety of content areas and grade levels can use these examples when creating a Professional Growth Goal.

Completing Professional Growth Plans

Principals Reviewing and Approving PGP

Using PD Planner

Searching and Registering

Proposing a Professional Development Actvity

Todd Davis
Office of Teaching and Learning
Division of Next Generation Professionals
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