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Focused Teacher Evaluation Model, with Curtis Jack
May 10 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
This workshop is designed for curriculum leaders & building level administrators in mind.
Where: The University of Maine at Presque Isle – Campus Center
When: 8:00 Registration, 8:30 – 3:00 Workshop
- Lunch on your own
- Coffee, Tea, Water, and a breakfast item provided
Learning Sciences International, working with Marzano, has developed an updated and streamlined model of teacher evaluation. Replacing the 60 element “Legacy” model, the Focused Teacher Evaluation Model (FTEM) has been revised into 23 elements. In addition, the FTEM model has been designed to support standards-based education practices and implementation. The resulting model helps districts not only provide staff with a research-based method of developing strong professional practices, but also with accurate, timely, usable performance feedback.
Curtis Jack, a retired Maine administrator, has been working as a private consultant since 2013 helping districts develop, implement, and revise their Professional Evaluation Professional Growth (PEPG) systems. He will share his experience with districts that have moved from the Legacy Marzano model to the FTEM model to help districts decide if the move is right for them, and if so, considerations in making the transition.
In addition, he will update participants on:
- Changes to Chapter 180, the law governing PEPGs and impacts for districts to consider
- Current work across the state in revising and updating their PEPGs
- Upcoming MDOE requirements for districts related to their PEPGs