Teacher Evaluation Seminar April 17
A seminar on teacher evaluations will be held April 17 in Oak Park.
The event will feature Charlotte Danielson, whose Framework for Teaching serves as the basis for the Illinois standardized teacher evaluation model. Attendees will also hear about the results of a three-year pilot project using the Danielson Framework within Chicago Public Schools.
“The evaluation process will be the lynchpin for the success of the education reform movement in Illinois, so we are very pleased to partner with Advance Illinois, the P-20 Council and the other groups to co-sponsor this important event,” said Brent Clark, executive director of the Illinois Association of School Administrators.
Other co-sponsors include the Oak Park Teachers Association, Oak Park Elementary School District 97, and ED-RED.
“Making Teacher Evaluations Meaningful…for Teachers, for Administrators, for Students” is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, at Percy Julian Middle School in Oak Park.
There is no charge to attend the event, but space is limited. Registration must be made by April 10. Anyone interested in registering should contact Christy Glaze at firstname.lastname@example.org , or at 217-333-9625.
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