2.2 Developing Profile Narratives
Continuing Education Option
Developing Profiles and Supported Needs Statement
Developing Profile Narratives, Lesson 2. Section 2
Types of Profiles
There are three profiles that describe what is unique about your teaching experience, your school environment, and your community that support the development of professional strengths/needs, goals, and objectives. The three profiles are:
A profile is fundamental to the establishment of a background for the CEO Plan. To establish a profile, you will utilize a variety of resources. The table below lists several informative resource tools. Click on the Guided Questions for Developing Profiles to view and print as you organize and create teacher, school, and community profiles.
Tools and Resources for Gathering Data
- Census Data.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics.
- School's State Report Card.
- Kids Count.
- Regional Educational Cooperative.
- Comprehensive School/District Improvement Plans (CSIP/CDIP)
- Local Economic/Industrial Development Center
- Local Chamber of Commerce
- Local Tourist Board
- School Administrators
- Guided Questions for Developing Profiles
Writing Narratives for the Three Profiles
Once data is gathered for all three profile types, you will organize the data into a narrative. The narratives for each of your profiles will be created and saved in one Microsoft Word document.