PDP’s: Your Time to Shine

April 24th, 2015 | Posted by Webmaster in Evaluation | HowTo | PD - (Comments Off on PDP’s: Your Time to Shine)

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As May quickly approaches, it is getting closer to PDP time. Your PDP, or Individualized Professional Development Plan, is an integral part of your work here at CCTS. Your PDP, and the information that YOU put into your PDP will professional practice in the next subsequent year.

Your PDP is based on your evaluation and should be created based on how your formal and informal evaluations went during this school year. However, you have the power to write, with the consultation of your department supervisor, your professional goals for the following school year. This means: you can have a real impact on the PD that you attend in the following year. We know this is important to you, so it is important to us!

Please contact your association rep if you would like more information about your PDP. 

Accessing the Contract

April 17th, 2015 | Posted by Webmaster in Advocacy | HowTo - (Comments Off on Accessing the Contract)

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CamVoc Leadership and Rep Council believe it’s important for all CamVoc EA members to have access to and to understand the contract. However, we know that some members have trouble logging in to see the contract. If you have ever tried unsuccessfully to access the contract, then this post is for you!

Steps to access the contract:

  1. Make sure you are logged out of ALL Google/Gmail (personal, business, other) accounts on your computer.
  2. Visit our association website, www.camvoc.org
  3. On the right hand side of the website, click on the link titled “Contract”
  4. When you click on this link, you will be prompted to type in log in information
  5. For your log-in information, you must include “@camvoc.org” at the end of your username 
    • Example: John Smith’s log in information will be… 
    • Username: jsmith@camvoc.org, password: individually created by each unique user (that’s you!)
  6. You should have access to the contract!

If you still have questions about this, please email webmaster@camvoc.org

CamVoc Needs YOUR Help

March 31st, 2015 | Posted by Webmaster in Advocacy | Evaluation | HowTo | Legislative | Negotiations | PD - (Comments Off on CamVoc Needs YOUR Help)

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CamVoc is currently in the process of organizing as many of our members as are willing. We are looking for members who are willing to work in a variety of different capacities, at a variety of different levels. If you would be willing to help out at any level, please follow the link to the survey below and submit it.

Link to Organizing Survey – Please Click Here

We thank you in advance for your continued support!

Inputing Evaluation Data

October 27th, 2014 | Posted by Webmaster in Evaluation | HowTo | PD - (Comments Off on Inputing Evaluation Data)

Collecting Data

As mentioned prior to the start of the year at our geneal membership meeting, CamVoc is attempting to collect and analyze as much evaluation data as we possibly can. This data will help the evaluation committee complete the following to identify domain experts from our membership, evalaute inter-rator reliability of observers, and analyze evaluation trends in the district.

In order to fill out the survey, please complete visit the Evaluation Page (under “For Members”), and click the link that reads “Click Here After Each Formal Evaluation”

Resources for SGO’s

September 26th, 2013 | Posted by Webmaster in Evaluation | HowTo | PD - (Comments Off on Resources for SGO’s)

Here are the resources we used for tonight’s mini-workshops on SGO’s.

Please let us know if youhave further questions/need clarification.

(You must be logged into Camvoc to access both documents below.)

Sample SGO 

Introductory PowerPoint for SGO’s

SGO HELP IS ON THE WAY!

September 19th, 2013 | Posted by Webmaster in Evaluation | HowTo | PD - (Comments Off on SGO HELP IS ON THE WAY!)

In an effort to help all members meet SGO requirements, CamVoc will be conducting Q & A sessions followed by collaborative planning at each campus on September 25th from 3 to 5pm. All faculty are invited to attend.

At GTC, Matt Stagliano will be facilitating in the IMC. At PC, Mike Ritzius will be facilitating in room 300 of the science building.

Please bring resources with you to design your SGO

Please download these helpful handouts and bring them to the session!!

SGO Simple

SGO3-2 TIERED

Calling all Math Teachers!!

September 11th, 2013 | Posted by Webmaster in HowTo | PD - (Comments Off on Calling all Math Teachers!!)

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Here is a an awesome link to help guide Ipad use in the classroom:

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Making the Most of CamVoc

September 1st, 2011 | Posted by Webmaster in HowTo - (Comments Off on Making the Most of CamVoc)

The CamVoc Website has undergone a serious overhaul, making it the communication hub it was always meant to be. Here you will receive updates for negotiations, professional development opportunities, legislative actions, and all CamVoc information. The site is also fully accessible via any web enabled device whether it be a computer, tablet, smartphone, or iPod.

Subscribing to Changes

Beyond simply checking the website, there are a number of new ways to stay up to date with CamVoc news:

  • Subscribe to changes via email
  • Subscribe via RSS
  • Subscribe to the calendar
  • Follow our new Twitter account -@CamVocEA

All items are accessible via the sidebar. There is additional information to be found on the linked pages, found in the top right corner of every page.

Categories

Categories are a means of sorting posts. If, for example, you would like to see all Frequent Flyers for the current negotiations, simply click on the “negotiations” category. All posts in that category will then be displayed for you.

Links to Documents

A number of documents important to CamVoc members are available on website. You may be required to log in using your CamVoc account. Others are open for anyone to view.

Twitter

@CamVocEA

 

The new CamVoc Twitter account, @CamVocEA,  will be used to broadcast updates to the membership. At the bottom of the side column, there is a feed of a variety of resource and information providers who may be of interest to members. The account also maintains a list of members both past and present who are active on Twitter to help the CamVoc family connected. If you would like to be included, please mention @CamVocea and we will add you.

Conclusion

We hope that you, the members, find these updates to be helpful. If there are any other features that you would like to suggest, please contact the Webmaster. Stay informed, stay engaged, stay united!