THIS WORKSHOP IS CURRENTLY CANCELLED
Improving Student Achievement Through Teacher Observation and Feedback: A Workshop on Standards Based Supervision for New and Experienced Site Administrators
Recent research and initiatives have brought renewed attentions to the role of the principal in teacher development. There is little debate that the traditional teacher supervision and evaluation model does little to transform or improve a teacher's practice or learning. Improving Student Achievement Through Observation and Feedback is a powerful three-day workshop that is being offered by the New Teacher Center in partnership with the Association of California School Administrators. It is designed for new and experiences administrators to increase their effectiveness and improve student achievement.
Desired Outcomes include:
- Recognize the role of the principal in supporting effective teaching practice and student learning
- Learn to use the California Standards for the Teaching Profession in relation to teacher development and supervision
- Acquire classroom observation tools
- Apply a repertoire of coaching and supervision styles in the supervision process
- Use a variety of data sources to move teacher practice forward
- Practice use of a tool for analysis of student work and student achievement data
- Learn a conference protocol for communicating concern directly
- Use of the "quick Visit" as a tool for giving feedback
Number of hours: 21 hours over 3 class days
Cost of the Program: 2013-2014 Registration fees are $475 per person or $425 per person when a group of three or more are registered together. This includes participant's manual, continental breakfast and lunch for three days. No dates at this time.
Please contact the New Teacher Center directly at the number below for further information on how to bring the Improving Student Achievement workshop to your area.
For inquiries about district presentations please contact: the New Teacher Center, 831-600-2200, or by email Sid Haro email@example.com
For more information you may contact: Michael Bossi, 800-608-ACSA(2272) or direct line, 916-508-8583.