The University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership offers a two-day institute, “Targeted Feedback for Teacher Growth: Tools and Processes to Support Teacher Evaluation.”
The Targeted Feedback Institute supports principals, teachers and central office leaders in learning the skills for giving feedback and creating a culture that centers on growth of teacher practice and improvement of student learning. Participants will learn how to develop feedback that responds to a teacher’s identified learning needs/goals. They will also learn how targeted feedback is one of many supports principals can provide their teachers. Principals, teachers and a central office leader who works with principals can attend the institute as a team.
Using evidence from a classroom visit to provide feedback connecting teacher practice to student learning
Utilizing a strengths-based stance when providing feedback
Implementing a targeted feedback cycle with teachers
Practicing a replicable feedback process that supports teacher growth
Analyzing Characteristics of Effective Targeted Feedback
Using a Case Study: Teacher Instructional Practice Goals/Area of Focus
Engaging in Targeted Feedback Cycles: Planning Conversations
Participating in a Design Challenge: Your School Context
Using a Case Study: Engaging in Targeted Feedback Cycles
Practicing Targeted Feedback Conversations
Engaging in Targeted Feedback Cycles: Reflection Conversations
Considering Your School Context: Planning Questions and Scheduling
Facilitated by faculty from the UW Center for Educational Leadership:
No Seattle sessions currently scheduled.
Use the form below to inquire about bringing the institute to your organization.
Facilitated by faculty from the San Diego County Office of Education:
Customized dates available for California County Offices of Education and individual California school districts. Contact Christina Fekas-Gorman at Cfgorman@sdcoe.net.