Over the last four years, school districts across the country have used the Center for Educational Leadership’s (CEL) 5D+ Teacher Evaluation Rubric to build evaluation systems that help teachers grow and improve instruction.
Working side-by-side with our partners, we have reviewed ongoing research and collected feedback to make the 5D+ Rubric even more precise and practical for school leaders, coaches and teachers.
In this webinar, Patty Maxfield, CEL’s director of teacher evaluation, introduces version three of the 5D+ Rubric, highlights changes from the previous version and explains what educators using the tool in their practice need to keep in mind when switching to the updated rubric.
Note: This webinar will be most valuable for educators who are already familiar with the 5D+ Rubric. If you are looking for a more general introduction to CEL's teacher evaluation system, check extensive resources on our website or contact us.
Dr. Patty Maxfield supports school and district partnerships focused on building leadership capacity and instructional expertise. She is a strong advocate of using evaluation practices as a formative process and employing instructional practice data to inform the development and implementation of professional development.
Patty has been involved with public education for more than 35 years as a teacher, teacher leader, facilitator and administrator. Her passion is continually enhancing instructional practice to develop democratic, thinking-based learning for students and teachers. Patty received her Ed.D. degree from the University of Washington's College of Education and her master’s degree in education administration from Western Washington University.