Chalifoux, echoed the benefit of common planning time for teachers and the extended time for students.
What does CPT stand for?
CPT stands for Common Planning Time (education)
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- Colored People Time (TV show)
- Columbia Pictures Television (studio)
- Comisión Pastoral de la Tierra (Spanish: Pastoral Land Commission; Brazil)
- Command Pass Through
- Command Post Terminal
- Command Process Time
- Commission Pastorale de la Terre (French: Pastoral Land Commission; Brazil)
- Commissioning Plan Tool (GSA)
- Committee for the Prevention of Torture
- Common Pilot Tone
- Common Procedural Terminology (medical)
- Common Proficiency Test (entrance exam)
- Common Proficiency Test (first stage of Examination in the Chartered Accountancy of India)
- Communist Party of Tajikistan
- Community Property Trust
- Compagnia Pisana Trasporti (Italian: Pisa Transportation Company, Italy)
- Comparison Production Test
- Competent Person Training (various companies)
- Compliant-Piled Tower (bottom-founded, free-standing offshore platform structure)
- Composition Placement Test (Canada)
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All parties understood we needed six assurances to meet the minimal requirements if we were going to proceed with the transformation model, including a longer school day, paid summer professional development and common planning time every week during the school year.
It also will make some broader changes this year that include retooling the school day schedule to give teachers common planning time and embracing a more individualized approach to academic interventions.
They also participate in weekly professional development workshops and common planning times.
Arts and ideas, creativity, imagination, and problem solving become part of the everyday schema that includes common planning time and opportunities for seamless collaboration and integration.
He found that teams with leaders spent significantly more of their common planning time on team activities.
More than three-quarters of it is going to stipends for teachers for common planning time and to teachers and instructional assistants for a mandatory extra 90 minutes of school.
Bamberg was part of a team that had teachers and district staff share their additional resources during common planning time and through the district's electronic curriculum management system, called TRIAND, which provides Web-based lesson planning for teachers.