SRI & ETTC Consortium Members

SRI & ETTC Hours Allocation July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017
School District ETTC Hours
Absecon School District
112
All Saints Regional Catholic School
0
Assumption Regional Catholic School
45
Atlantic City School District
925
Atlantic Community Charter School
41
Atlantic County Children and Family Initiative
0
Atlantic County Department of Family and Community Development
0
Atlantic County Dept of Admin Services
0
Atlantic County Institute of Technology
209
Atlantic County Library
0
Atlantic County Special Services School District
51
Atlantic County Women's Center
0
Avalon Schools
40
Bass River Township Schools
40
Bay Head Schools
40
Beach Haven Borough Schools
40
Berkeley Township School District
285
Bishop McHugh Regional School
40
Bridgeton Schools
775
Brigantine School District
87
Buena Regional School District
251
Burlington County Institute of Technology
175
Camden County Educational Services Commission
0
Cape May City Schools
40
Cape May County Special Services District
40
Cape May County Technical School District
98
CharterTECH School
47
Commercial Township Schools
0
County of Cape May Office of Aging
0
Dennis Township Schools
72
Downe Township Schools
40
Eagleswood Township Schools
40
Egg Harbor City School District
71
Egg Harbor Township School District
989
Estell Manor School District
40
Fairfield Township School District
86
Folsom School District
53
Galloway Township School District
441
Greater Egg Harbor Regional School District
435
Greenwich Township Schools
40
Hamilton Township School District
413
Hammonton School District
490
Hope Community Charter School
40
Island Heights Schools
40
La Casa Dominicana NJ
40
Lakehurst Schools
49
Lavallette Borough Schools
40
Lawrence Township Schools
66
Lighthouse at Mays Landing
0
Linwood School District
113
Little Egg Harbor Township Schools
213
Long Beach Island School District
40
Mainland Regional High School District
174
Margate School District
54
Middle Township Schools
339
Millville Public Charter School
40
Millville Schools
0
Mullica Township School District
100
New Jersey Pinelands Commission
0
North Wildwood City Schools
40
Northfield School District
123
Ocean City Schools
290
Ocean County Vocational Technical School
178
Ocean Gate Schools
40
Ocean Township School District
70
Pinelands Regional Schools
212
Pleasantville School District
444
Point Pleasant Beach Schools
111
Port Republic School District
40
Somers Point School District
133
Southern Regional School District
392
St. Joseph Regional School
55
St. Vincent School
40
Stafford Township School District
0
Stockton University
0
Stone Harbor Schools
40
Stow Creek Township Schools
40
The Kingdom Charter School of Leadership
40
Toms River Regional Schools
0
Tuckerton Borough Schools
42
Upper Deerfield Township Schools
125
Upper Township School District
189
Ventnor School District
100
Vineland City Schools
1315
Vineland Public Charter School
57
West Cape May Schools
40
Weymouth Township School District
40
Wildwood Crest Schools
40
Wildwood School District
115
Woodbine Schools
40
Y.A.L.E. School - East
40

 

Allocation of ETTC Hours is based on the following principles:

 

  1. Each district receives ETTC Hours in direct proportion to the number of students in the district as defined by the state's On-Roll ASSA count.
  2. Smaller districts receive sufficient hours so that a "critical mass" of staff can benefit from professional development. (A minimum of 40 hours is provided for the 2014-15 year.)
    Districts can spend their ETTC Hours throughout the fiscal year.

 

Workshop Information and registration is available at www.ettc.net/cal

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Hours(FAQ)

Question: Do ETTC Workshops count towards the "100 hours" requirement for professional development?
Answer: YES. The ETTC is an approved provider under the state's Professional Development Provider System (ID #229). As long as the workshop topic is relevant to a teacher's Professional Improvement Plan (PIP), time spent in ETTC training counts one-for-one towards the 100 hours requirement. Certificates are provided per session and cumulative transcripts are available on request.

 

Question: Can I use ETTC Hours for the Technology Proficiency Certificate series?
Answer: YES. The Technology Proficiency Certificate is a statewide certificate available at Beginner and Intermediate levels. The Beginner certificate takes 40 hours to complete, and the Intermediate certificate takes 50 hours to complete. The Technology Integration in Math Science Education (TIMSE) certificate is a statewide certificate that takes 30 hours to complete. We offer all certificate workshops regularly. Statewide certificates are co-signed by NJ DOE upon completion.

 

Question: How do ETTC Hours work? How many ETTC Hours will I need for each workshop?
Answer: ETTC Hours cover the registration costs of a workshop. Workshop descriptions list the number of ETTC Hours needed per person.

 

Question: Can I use ETTC Hours for any ETTC or SRI class?
Answer: Almost all ETTC and SRI workshops will be made available for registration through ETTC Hours. The only exceptions will be the occasional advanced or special course.

 

Question: How can my district get more ETTC Hours?
Answer 1: Host an ETTC workshop! When a district hosts a workshop, the ETTC will provide twice the number of complimentary training hours in appreciation - up to a total of 100 Hosting Hours per year. So if the ETTC holds a three-hour workshop in your district's computer lab, your district staff can benefit from 6 more hours of ETTC training at no cost! Many districts have found that their staff members are more interested in attending training when it is held onsite.
Answer 2: Purchase ETTC Hours as needed! Districts can purchase additional hours in sets of 50 Hours at a rate for consortium members of $18 per ETTC Hour.
Answer 3: Take advantage of end-of-year pooling of unused hours! Starting on May 15 of each year, consortium members can request unused ETTC Hours that are about to expire. These hours must be used by June 30th of that year.

 

Question: Can my district save its ETTC Hours for following years?
Answer: No, your district must use up its ETTC Hours prior to July 1, 2013. Contact us if your district is not able to use its ETTC Hours through our standard workshop offerings and special arrangements can be made for custom on-site workshops to meet your needs. Hours earned through hosting workshops last for two years, and up to 100 Hosting Hours can be earned per year. Hours that are purchased never expire.

Question: How do I register for a workshop using the ETTC Hours?


Answer: We recommend registering online or you can send in a completed registration form by fax or mail. We will fax a confirmation page weekly to your district's contact person for approval signature.

 

Question: What if I cannot attend a workshop?
Answer: If possible, we encourage you to find someone else to attend the workshop in your place. The ETTC Cancellation Policy states that cancellations received between two weeks and 24 hours prior to the class date forfeit half the ETTC Hours or registration fee. Cancellations on the day of, or after the workshop, and no-shows forfeit the full ETTC Hours or registration fee.

 

Question: How should my district spend its ETTC Hours?
Answer: Your district's staff members are the best judges of their professional development needs. Here, however, are some general suggestions to help your district maximize the impact of its ETTC Hours:
1. Plan them out - don't send just the beginners or just the experts. Your district will benefit most if your staff receives a variety of training experiences from the ETTC. Send us some of your most nervous beginners or hardened skeptics, as well as some of your ground-breakers and techno-enthusiasts.
2. Spread them out. Send teachers from a variety of grade levels and subjects to ensure that all levels of your district benefit from our professional development offerings. Our calendar varies through the year, and several special workshops are scheduled only during the summer months.
3. Keep track of them. The ETTC provides a password protected online system at www.ettc.net/members so you can check on the usage of ETTC Hours and attendance records at any time. (Call ETTC if you need to retrieve your username and password information.) Districts that have coordinated the assignments of ETTC Hours in an organized manner have benefited the most from our training. The designated ETTC Contact person for each district receives quarterly status report on registrations, and he or she has the authority to approve the use of ETTC Hours.
4. Follow-up can be crucial. Once a staff member completes an ETTC workshop, he or she should have an easy regular way to share what they have learned with colleagues. Ask them to share materials or present a brief summary at the next staff meeting!

 

More questions? Please contact the ETTC Director: faisal.youhari@stockton.edu