PD Course Instructor Information
CENTRAL OFFICE Provided Professional Development Courses/Workshop
If you want to offer a PD course/workshop, the first two basic steps are:
Additional Resources for Central Office PD Course Instructors
SCHOOL-BASED or NON-MMSD EXTERNALLY Provided PD
Schools offering PD during non-contract hours can use the PD attendance form for PACs (during noncontract hours) below and submit to HR (instead of using the PD Course Portal). Principal signature is required. Non-MMSD external PD providers offering PD to a group of MMSD staff may want to use the PD attendance record below and submit it to the PAC Committee along with the PD agenda and times. This can replace individuals completing/submitting individual PAC forms.
Information For Instructors Offering MMSD Courses for Academic Credit
1.) UW-Madison ($193.20 per credit-updated July 2013)
The deadline for 2014 Summer Institute Courses offering UW-Madison credit
is April 1, 2014. Turn in the paper copy of the Request for UW Special Student
Reduced Tuition Pricing Form to the PLLD office when you submit your MMSD Course
Proposal electronically. Unless you have a UW contact, we will take care of UW signatures.
Students must enroll with UW-Madison within one week of the course start date. No changes
can be made to enrollment after that date UNLESS there is a valid emergency situation.
2.) Edgewood ($160.00 per credit)
Contact information:Jennifer Allen, PD Program Coordinator, at 663-4253, firstname.lastname@example.org
3.) Viterbo ($110.00 per credit) (you must be an adjunct professor)
Contact information: Christine Valenti at 800/234-8721, email@example.com
4.) Cardinal Stritch ($160.00 per credit)
Contact information: Judy Wendorf at 800/347-8822 x4378
MMSD PD Instructor, PACs, and Extended Contract Pay
Teachers who teach PD Courses as part of their regular duties:
Building-based teachers who teach professional development courses as part of their regular duties should plan and prepare PD courses as part of their normal roles and responsibilities. They may receive PACs only for the PD delivery during non-contract hours (not for planning time). Or if approved by a supervisor, they may be paid Extended Contract for work performed outside of the contract year.
Central Office teachers who teach professional development courses as part of their regular duties should plan, prepare, and deliver PD courses as part of their normal roles and responsibilities. Or if approved by a supervisor, they may be paid Extended Contract for work performed outside of the contract year.
Teachers who do not teach PD Courses as part of their regular duties:
Teachers who do not teach professional development courses as part of their regular duties, but who teach a professional development course, will be paid pursuant to Section III-J in the CBA, Extended Contract for each hour of instruction, plus one (1) hour of preparation for each hour of instruction, if the course is taught after the teacher's normal work day or during the summer. In lieu of compensation, a teacher may elect to receive one (1) professional advancement credit for each ten (10) hours of in-class instructional time (that occur during noncontract hours). In order to receive credit, register and enroll just as a participant would for your course. When crediting your participants, you will also credit yourself.