Here are some useful tips on how to begin to build a Teacher In-Service Program (TISP) in your Section.
There are many different ways members can get involved with TISP. Members can volunteer to lead teacher in-service presentations individually or in small teams. Those members who want to participate but don’t feel comfortable in the spotlight can assist with the development of the in-service content, coordination of the in-service, gathering of materials, or even as an extra set of hands at the in-service.
Suggestions to obtain volunteer involvement include:
When selecting a presentation topic, you may want to choose topics that are:
The following Web resources are useful in generating ideas for topics:
When you make contact with school personnel, here are some things you may want to discuss:
Once you have commitment from the school to conduct the in-service, you will need to discuss: