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Agenda Sept 1

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North Bay Training Collaborative for Redesigning Teacher Evaluation Systems

Session #1

Agenda

September 1, 2011

8:30 – 3:30 PM

Sonoma County Office of Education

5340 Skylane Blvd

Santa Rosa, CA 954038246

 

Expected Outcomes:

  • Teams understand the strengths and weaknesses of their current evaluation system

  • Teams develop facilitation skills for redesign process

  • Teams begin to develop a shared understanding of promising practices in teacher

evaluation

 

Activity 1: Welcome and Introductions

  • Introductions

  • Overview of Pivot Learning Partners

  • Project Overview (Jim Brown):

  • Why is this work important?

  • Purpose of the Collaborative

  • Review PLP’s strategy for redesigning teacher evaluation systems

  • Logistics (Greta Viguie)

 

Activity 2: Setting the Stage for a Redesign Process

  • Who should be involved in the process?

  • Acknowledging Hopes and Fears

  • Establishing Group Norms

 

Activity 3: Internal Scan

  • Overview of results across the districts

  • District teams discuss district‐level results

  • Key characteristics of an evaluation system

 

Break for Lunch

 

Activity #4: Beginning the External Scan

  • Review and discuss “Widget Effect”

  • Review and discuss the district team’s assigned articles (15 articles assigned)

 

Activity 5: Next steps & Evaluation

  • Suggested Homework: Establish a working group and process for your district’s

evaluation redesign.

  • Table discussion of pluses and deltas (3 for each)

 

North Bay Training Collaborative for

Redesigning Teacher Evaluation Systems

Session 1 Overview Materials Packet 1

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