Category Archives: Teacher Evaluation

CEA Calls for New Improved Teacher Evaluation Guidelines

January 25, 2016 Teacher Evaluation Guidelines Detrimental to Student Learning CEA calls for new, improved guidelines; releases plan that focuses on student achievement and success Connecticut’s current teacher evaluation guidelines result in too much bureaucracy for teachers andadministrators and lost … Continue reading

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Teacher Evaluation Survey Results

Your MEA leaders want your feedback on Madison’s new Teacher Evaluation Plan so that we can bring teachers’ concerns to the table as the plan gets refined. Let your voices be heard. Click here to take survey. (Works fine from … Continue reading

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Teacher Evaluation Pilot Study Released

The Connecticut Department of Education released the UConn Neag School of Education report on the implementation of SEED, Connecticut’s system for educator evaluation and development, in the 10 pilot districts/consortia during the 2012-13 school year. The 81-page report found that “SEED was … Continue reading

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Your Chance to Voice Your Concerns to Your State Legislators

I know from multiple conversations with colleagues that many of you are feeling overwhelmed by our new evaluation plan requirements, especially if you are on the unit study cycle. But did you know that if the State had its way, … Continue reading

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Questions about the New Teacher Evaluation Plan and Common Core Standards?

While we are moving forward under our own teacher evaluation plan here in Madison, that doesn’t mean we can ignore the Common Core Standards. What are the Implementation Questions you need to ask as your district implements its new Teacher … Continue reading

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