Educator effectiveness

Found 5 news stories matching the subject Educator effectiveness.

    REL Southwest and Texas Comprehensive Center Showcase Their Work at the 2017 TASA Midwinter Conference (02/27/2017)

    REL Southwest and the Texas Comprehensive Center (TXCC) showcased their work in Texas in a joint session at the 2017 Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) Midwinter Conference in Austin on January 30. The session highlighted the work that REL Southwest and the TXCC are doing around educator effectiveness, Hispanic STEM outcomes, and English learner education.

    Webinar Archive: Student Learning Objectives: Lessons Learned and Next Steps (01/12/2017)

    The archive is available for the bridge event webinar "Student Learning Objectives: Lessons Learned and Next Steps.” The event was cohosted by REL Southwest and the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders on October 19, 2016. Archived resources offer national, state, and district perspectives on the use of student learning objectives in educator evaluation systems.

    Alliance Members From Across South Texas Attend Logic Models Workshops (04/08/2015)

    REL Southwest alliance members from across South Texas convened at the Region One Education Service Center in Edinburg for a two-part workshop series on developing and using logic models. Some 15 members from our three Texas-based research alliances—Educator Effectiveness, English Learners, and Texas Hispanic STEM—attended the workshops, held on February 2 and March 3, 2015.

    Archive Available: Implementation of New Educator Evaluation Systems: Lessons Learned (01/20/2015)

    The archive is available for the bridge event webinar Implementation of New Educator Evaluation Systems: Lessons Learned, held on November 3, 2014. This webinar explores the effective implementation of new state educator evaluation systems, with a focus on research findings, state perspectives, and lessons learned.

    Read about our impact study of New Mexico's teacher feedback system, via Education Week (01/20/2015)

    Education Week covered our impact study of New Mexico's principal-teacher feedback system. This study is testing the efficacy of providing New Mexico principals with specific guidelines to follow when giving teachers evaluation feedback after classroom observations. The results will help inform the refinement of New Mexico’s teacher performance evaluation system.