Hybrid Fall 2019 : Educator Evaluation - TETW1 - Teacher & Specialized Instructional Support Personnel Evaluation That Works : Observation (short & long), Multiple Data Sources Analysis, Teacher Interviews, Rating and Documenting PerformanceLive dates (Thursdays): October 3, November 7, and December 12, 2019
Location: Burlington High School in Burlington, MA
College Credit Option: There is an additional cost for obtaining 3 college credits. College credits are offered through Fitchburg State University for $295. This payment must be paid directly to the University. Payment procedures for the college credits will be available when you log into the course on the Moodle website.
PDP Certificate: Participants that do not apply for College Credits will receive a PDP certificate for 37.5 PDPs.
Materials included in the Teacher and Specialized Instructional Support Personnel Evaluation That Works I: Observation (short and long), Multiple Data Sources Analysis, Teacher Interviews, Rating and Documenting Performance Course:
This program was developed to include all the components of evaluator training recommended by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. It aligns with ESE's 6 required modules for implementing the new system and applies the skills found on page 2 to your district's procedures, forms, and rubrics.
These skills are taught for evaluating both teachers and specialized instructional support personnel (SISP) such as guidance counselors, psychologists, nurses, O.T.s, and P.T.s. Lectures, discussions, in-class exercises including role-play in supervisory situations, case studies and practical experience through critiquing actual videotaped classroom lessons and teacher interview will be an integral part of this course. The materials used in this course are the most current on the market.
By the conclusion of the program the supervisor/evaluator will be able to: