Professional Development in SAISD focuses on adult learning that results in student
achievement. The mission of professional development is to inspire, empower and promote professional learning that advances educator and student performance. Professional development is results-driven, standards-based and job-embedded.
In planning the professional development program, the district will develop a collaborative model for adult learning. The following framework supports SAISD's professional development goals.
Learning is the centerpiece of our organization. All employees of SAISD, no matter their classification or job responsibilities and duties, are required to participate in professional development and track their training credits. The required training for all employees is provided in the documents below.
Teacher – includes certified teachers only
Instructional Non-Teaching – includes Principals, Assistant Principals, At-Risk Coordinators, Counselors, Instructional Specialists, Librarians
Non-Instructional Staff – includes Central Office Administrators, Clerical/Paraprofessionals, Speech Pathologists, Diagnosticians, Psychologists (LSSP), Nurses, Maintenance Staff, Custodians, Groundskeepers, Child Nutrition Staff, Transportation Staff, Technology Staff
Instructional Assistants – Instructional Assistants in all areas, including: General Fund, Title I, Special Education, ESL/Bilingual, Library, and ISS
Headstart – all headstart staff
Eduphoria:Workshop is an online professional development system available to all district employees. Within Eduphoria:Workshop, employees may view and register for upcoming sessions, and print transcripts.
Tutorials in a video format are available to assist you with issues such as:
San Angelo ISD uses Eduphoria:Workshop to track professional development offerings through the district. Professional development received outside of the district may be maintained through Eduphoria:Workshop by the employee.
Region XV sessions can be accessed through http://www.netxv.net.
It is the sole responsibility of each employee to track and maintain their own professional development records.
For more information, please contact the SAISD Human Resources department at (325) 947-3838 x774.
For purposes of Payroll, what is Professional Development?
The Professional Development job code is used in TimeClock when an employee goes outside the district (to WTTC, out of town, Region XV) to a training or seminar. In this situation, the employee would not have access to a time clock, consequently the employee would complete a Leave Report. The Leave Report should indicate the time as Professional Development. If a substitute was secured, the Leave Report will include a budget code and the substitute information.
If the training is within the district, the regular job code is used and the Leave Report form is not necessary UNLESS a substitute was secured.
Assistant Superintendent of HR and Professional Development