Teacher Evaluations Are Here And They Count What began in 2012 with SB 64 is continues. If you are a provisional teacher, you probably have had already two summative evaluations. If you are a career teacher, this could be your year. Your evaluation could affect your placement on the salary schedule. So, the training will address the three themes: Law, Rule and Policy--Lines of Evidence--Effective Communication
Talking About Your Evaluation Besides reviewing the evaluation process and discussing some upcoming changes, this seminar will help you as you work with your administrator to better achieve fair and effective communication about your evaluation. These conversations are critical in three ways:
1. They involve a critique of your work. 2. They are critically important. 3. They can reveal power disparities.
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Learn about current law, rule and policy.
Training will review the history and what current law, rule and policy say about teacher evaluation
Learn about using lines of evidence.
Training will include a review in using the Evaluation Toolkit and demonstrate how to find and use lines of evidence .
Learn about effective communication.
Talking about your evaluation doesn't take place in one conversation. Training will include effective professional communication strategies that have application beyond conversations about your evaluation, such as the 7 Healthy Ways to Communicate