Conferences - Training
For individual inservice
point awards, a ProGOE Transfer Request must be submitted to
the Office of Professional Learning and
Development with a printed agenda and a written
implementation plan; submission must occur during the same school year when the
professional growth activity was completed. For summer
activities, the ProGOE Transfer Request, agenda, and
implementation plan may be submitted to the Office of Professional Learning
and Development during the school year following
teachers may apply for inservice credit for educational
travel related to classroom instruction. Inservice credits
may be approved for credit, up to a maximum of 30 points
within a validity period (maximum of
3 points per day), when
the following conditions are met:
is directly related to teaching assignment.
Participant maintains a
detailed travel log, with dates and times, inservice
activities, and summaries of new learning's listed.
Upon return to work, a lesson
unit using materials and ideas gained during the
educational travel is taught and verified by an
observer, using the Education Travel Inservice
Evaluation Instrument form.
A Request for Transfer of
Credits to ProGOE is completed online.
including travel log and completed Educational Travel
Inservice Evaluation form is sent to the director of Professional
Learning and Development within the
school year when the activity was completed.
The number of inservice
points awarded will be determined by the director of
Professional Learning and Development, based on the
number of training hours permitted, verified, and
Educational Travel Form.