EDLD 5333 Leadership for Accountability
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TasksAccomplishedProficientNeedsImprovementUnacceptableWeek 4 Assignment: Action Planning and Professional Growth
Part 1:Create acampusaction plan
Completesaction planwith all criticalelements fromthe lecture andPowerPointaddressed.Includes aminimum of threestrategies/activities toaddress theobjective inthe actionplan.
Completesaction planwith five to sixcriticalelements fromthe lecture andPowerPointaddressed.Includes twostrategies/activities toaddress theobjective inthe actionplan.
Completesaction planwith one tofour criticalelements fromthe lecture andPowerPointaddressed.Includes onestrategy/activity to addressthe objectivein the actionplan.
Does notcomplete anaction plan.
(0 points)Part 2:Complete anagenda foroneprofessionaldevelopmentday.
Develops aprofessionaldevelopmentagenda thatconnectsdirectly to thegoal andobjectivestated in theaction planand includesthe topic,subtopic, andstrategies/activities for theagenda’sdelivery.Completes adetailedtimeline andevaluationplan for follow-up professionalDevelops aprofessionaldevelopmentagenda thataddresses thegoal/objectivecited in theaction plan butdoes notspecifystrategies/activities todeliverprofessionaldevelopment.Creates afollow-up planthat lackssufficientdetail fortimeline and/orevaluationplan.Develops aprofessionaldevelopmentagenda thatfails to addressone of thefollowing: thegoal/objectivecited in theaction plan ora follow-upplan forprofessionaldevelopmentandimplementation.
Does not tietheprofessionaldevelopmentagenda to thegoal/objectivestated in theaction plan orstatestrategies/activities forprofessionaldevelopmentdelivery. Doesnot create atimeline orfollow-upprofessionaldevelopment.
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The Guy Mask- you may have seen the mask but not know its history.
“Remember, remember the 5th of November, Gunpowder, Treason & Plot. I see no reason why gunpowder, treason should ever be forgot.” Traditional British Rhyme A lesser known holiday to Americans, tonight is Guy Fawkes Day, aka Bonfire Night, celebrated across the United Kingdom marking the failed attempt of Guy Fawkes to blow up English Parliament on November 5, 1605. Bonfires were set alight on that night when the plot was revealed, celebrating the safety of the King James I and the tradition has continued. For four hundred years, the anniversary is commemorated fireworks and burning effigies of Guy Fawkes on huge bonfires, and of course lots of warming foods and drinks. Today’s traditional bonfire treat are flapjacks. Flapjacks in the UK are not the same as pancakes. They are a delicious granola bar which are as addictive as they are nutritious. You can imagine tucking into this treats around the bonfire, sharing insights on this season of Downton with friends, family and neighbors.Continue reading »