Ashland Credit

Credit for Job Embedded PD

Job embedded PD recognizes your work as an instructor on a team by rewarding you with credit hours.

Credit hours are awarded to individuals who work with a team to develop common instructional plans, study and implement high-impact research-based instructional strategies, or address an instructional challenge. For example, a team can work on common assessments to get data that will help them modify instruction to improve student learning. The team might examine formative and summative assessment data, samples of student work, classroom artifacts, and personal reflections to determine how to assist struggling students and provide enrichment for those who have mastered the content. The goal of this endeavor is to award credit for learning together as a team as you solve the everyday problems and challenges of teaching practice.

Step 1 – Create an Action Plan using this template. Submit the Action Plan for approval and/or feedback using this form.

Step 2 – Begin your work with your team based on your Action Plan. Use this log template to record your individual implementation activities (first tab on the document, 30 hours per credit hour attempted) and face-to-face meeting notes (second tab on the document, 5 hours per credit hour attempted). Note that there are two tabs on the document.

Step 3Submit your Implementation Activities and Face-to-Face Meeting Log from Step 2 using this form. Remember that both tabs of the log must be completed.

Step 4 – Once complete, follow these links to register and complete the proper courses for Fall Semester 2017: 1 Winter semester hour | 2 Winter semester hours.

Remember that your work may continue on this subject. This credit is given for a finite period of time while you progress through your goals. You will create work products through the course of the work, but the work may continue beyond the time you indicate here.

Credit for PD Sessions

Ashland Credit for Professional Learning

Ashland Credit is available for professional learning completed here at Mason.

Professional Learning includes the 7.5 hours, Professional Learning Days, Mason Learning Series, and other collaborative experiences here at Mason.

All learning from May 2017 – May 2018 may count toward credit.

You may register and pay for completed hours in August, December and/or May.

The hours completed must meet these criteria:

  • Completed on the Mason Campus
  • Include New Learning, Curriculum or Assessment
  • Collaborative in Nature

Please copy this spreadsheet and share it to Randy Doughman to submit completed hours. You may wish to check with a learning coach to ensure the hours ‘count’.

Links to register and pay for the courses (Please complete before the deadline):

May 2018 (Complete by May 1st, 2018)

Links for August 2018, December 2018 and May 2019 will be added when available

Transcripts are normally available one week after deadline.
Click here to Request an Official Transcript

Contact Ashland for Transcript and other information:

Sarah Graham
Ashland University Southwest Center
Great Oaks IRC
3254 E. Kemper Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241

Phone: 513.772.5532 / 800.670.0395
Fax: 513.612.3666
Email: graham.sarah@greatoaks.com

 

Patrick J. Crahan M.Ed.
Director Professional Development Services
Southwest Center
3254 E. Kemper Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45241

office: 513.772.5532
cell: 513.218.8113
fax: 513.612.3666

Ashland@greatoaks.com
Crahan.pat@greatoaks.com