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5 Tips to Reduce Any Pre-Conference Anxiety

I know that evaluation is stressful and it’s hard not to feel like being judged. Five tips to focus your pre-conference, pre-observed lesson energies.  (continue reading)

How Can Teaching Evaluation Help Us to Define Good Teaching?

If we keep talking about what our students know and can do and what the next appropriate goal is, we can use the cycle of evaluation to help students learn.  (continue reading)

Turning the Tables on Teacher Evaluation

Turning the Tables on Teacher Evaluation  (continue reading)

Aligning Teacher and Admin Goals to Get The Most Out of Evaluation

Aligning Teacher and Admin Goals to Get The Most Out of Evaluation  (continue reading)

The Need for Making Teacher Evaluation Work

The Need for Making Teacher Evaluation Work  (continue reading)

Evaluating Beginning Teachers

Evaluating Beginning Teachers  (continue reading)

Creating Empowered Teacher and Evaluator Relationships

Creating Empowered Teacher and Evaluator Relationships  (continue reading)

Making Teacher Evaluation Work

Making Teacher Evaluation Work  (continue reading)

Online PLC: Let’s Celebrate Teachers Before We Evaluate Them

Online PLC: Let’s Celebrate Teachers Before We Evaluate Them  (continue reading)

The Heinemann Fellows: Sascha Robinett on Knowing You Matter

The Heinemann Fellows: Sascha Robinett on Knowing You Matter  (continue reading)

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