Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Teacher Evaluation Pilot

Two of our administrators to talk about our teacher evaluation pilot in a webinar on June 26.

Join Us to Hear What Your Colleagues Have to Say About Their First-year Pilot
Learning Sciences International and the Marzano Center for Teacher and Leadership Evaluation invite you to join a live informational webinar event for Missouri school districts on June 26, at 10:00 a.m. CDT.  The purpose is for districts to hear first-hand from administrators in Missouri districts that participated in the pilot of the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model. Dr. Beverly Carbaugh will host the discussion with Independence Elementary Principal, Laura LaCroix, Springfield Facilitator of Operations, Secondary Schools, Dr. Cathy Galland, Wright City Middle School Principal Jeff Haug, and Assistant Superintendent, David Buck.
The Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model is unique in that it identifies a direct cause-and-effect relationship between elements in the model and positive gains in student learning.  Over 500 studies have validated that the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model helps teachers raise student achievement in rural, suburban, and urban environments. Developed over five decades of research, the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model is both expansive enough to reflect the complexity of teaching and focused enough to encourage targeted feedback about classroom behaviors.
Register online to attend this live webinar on June 26, at 10:00 AM CDT.

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