When teachers are asked about evaluation, they typically report that they are rarely observed and almost never receive detailed or useful feedback. When principals are asked about evaluation, they often describe the burdens of paperwork and time, and how difficult it is to observe teachers consistently and effectively. Teachers and administrators agree: a new approach is needed.
In this webinar, participants will examine key strategies they can use to meet teacher needs for feedback in a system that isn’t overbuilt for administrators. An evaluation system that focuses on frequent feedback and includes evidence of student learning and student voice can help to improve teaching and learning in our schools. Join us to learn some of the core principles of effective teacher evaluation and to share your experiences with others.
David Ruff, Executive Director, Great Schools Partnership
Ken Templeton, Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership