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Teacher Evaluations: What Do Great Leaders Do Differently? | Inside the Principal’s Office

Teacher Evaluations: What Do Great Leaders Do Differently? | Inside the Principal’s Office

Inside the Principal's Office

Teacher evaluations can be fraught with anxiety and perfil – or a way for leaders to develop trust, improve instruction, and improve organizations. How do great leaders approach teacher evaluations differently and how can we support our teaching staffs?

Join co-hosts Charles Williams (Principal, Plato Learning Academy) and Michael McWilliams (Principal, Savannah Elementary) as they welcome. Dr. LaQuanta Nelson (Principal, Magnolia Middle School) and Dr. Heather Lyon (Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology, Lewiston-Porter Central District).

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  • 0:00 Inside the Principal’s Office Introduction
  • 2:26 Guest introductions
  • 8:35 General thoughts on teacher evaluations
  • 13:53 Informal systems to give feedback to teachers on progress towards individual goals
  • 31:04 Using state/district measurement tools to improve teaching and learning
  • 41:09 Ideas That Stick: What tweak will you make to increase the amount of feedback you give to teachers on a regular basis?
  • 45:10 Next episode preview: engaging and dealing with challenging parents

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