Type of Provider: Individual Consultant
6 Covina Ct.
Pueblo, CO 81005
Program Description: This four-day workshop series is for participants w ho are fulfilling the administrative licensure requirement, practicing administrators desiring to update their understanding of evaluation of educator effectiveness, and educators w ithout an administrative license w ho may be identified as “designees” under Senate Bill 10-191. Participants will learn about effective teacher evaluation methods in the context of a standards-based instructional system:
- Learn and practice a variety of evaluator skills and procedures w ith emphasis on those that are critical to implementing Colorado’s new educator effectiveness law .
- Understand the relationship betw een supervision and evaluation, quality instruction, school improvement, and student academic growth.
- Learn how to use the evaluation rubric as part of an overall quality school improvement system, including data collection, observation, conferencing, and managing the system efficiently.
- Improve observation and conferencing skills, including skills for providing effective feedback.
- Learn how to identify w hich standards and elements should be the focus of a teacher’s evaluation to help them improve their professional practice and develop a personalized professional learning plan.
- Understand methods of collecting a solid body of evidence and artifacts in addition to the observation to support an evaluation.
- Identify key factors in w riting quality reports and other w ritten communication as an evaluator.
- Examine an overview of the legal requirements specified in CDE’s rules and regulations.
- Understand the use of CDE’s evaluation tools, including goal setting, the self-assessment, and the Measures of Student Learning.
Instructor: Marne L. Milyard, M.A.Ed, has over 20 years of public education experience, including serving as a teacher, academic specialist, assistant principal, principal, and administrator for educator effectiveness.