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Free E-Book: The Less Stressful Evaluation

Free E-Book: The Less Stressful Evaluation

Hello again, Look what I did! I packaged my last few posts about state standards for teachers into an e-book. I just thought some people might want to have everything in a nice neat easy-to-read PDF file. Just click on the image above to check it out. It’s an experiment of mine, so it’s probably […]

The Less-Stressful Evaluation – Standard 6: Developing as a Professional Educator

The Less-Stressful Evaluation – Standard 6: Developing as a Professional Educator

Hello again,   Here is the final installment to my Less-Stressful Evaluation series. My goal was to show new teachers what a formal evaluation looked like, using my recent evaluation as an example. I thought it would be a good idea to give new teachers a “heads up” to what their administrators will be looking […]

The Less-Stressful Evaluation – Standard 5: Where I Missed It : Involving Students in Assessments

The Less-Stressful Evaluation – Standard 5: Where I Missed It : Involving Students in Assessments

Hello again,   Here is the next installment of my Less-Stressful Evaluation Series. Today I’m discussing one of the standards where I didn’t get the score that I wanted. Yes, even after 23 years of teaching,  I still need work in some areas. This is it.   State standard for teachers number 5: Assessing Students […]

The Less-Stressful Evaluation – Standard 4: Designing Learning Experiences

The Less-Stressful Evaluation – Standard 4: Designing Learning Experiences

Hello again,   Here is the fourth state standard for teachers: Planning Instruction and Designing Learning Experiences for All Students.   Standard 4.1: Using knowledge of students’ academic readiness, language proficiency, cultural background, and individual development to plan instruction   Basically this standard subcategory asks that the teacher to see the class as individuals instead […]