Instructional Supervision and Evaluation: Planning, Assessment and Student Results - PTC 202
LONDON: 17-23 June, 2013
Facilitators: Sarah Putnam and Robyn Schilling
This course addresses the skills of supervision, evaluation and professional development focused on planning, assessment tools, and learning results. Through a series of strategies, participants will explore and practice:
- How to develop a “Professional Learning Community” focused on student learning results
- How to supervise and evaluate through the review of planning processes and assessment tools
- How to supervise through the analysis of student results and how new models of teacher evaluation are using those results
- How to apply strategies that will encourage teachers to reflect on their practice
- How to differentiate between supervision and evaluation, and how to design effective models and processes
- How to differentiate supervision, evaluation and professional development processes for struggling and proficient teachers
- Essential skills for effective supervision, evaluation and professional development by school leaders
In order to access course materials, participants are required to bring a laptop computer with wireless internet capability and appropriate adapters to this course.
About PTC Instructional Supervision Courses
Teacher quality is the most essential component of an effective school. The role of the principal is critical in setting the standard for effective teaching, providing opportunities for continuous improvement, monitoring and evaluating progress. This set of skills is so essential that the PTC now addresses them in two separate courses.
Both courses will address the skill set in the context of how to connect and use the processes of supervision, evaluation and professional development to promote teacher growth and maximize student learning and performance. Both will also emphasize focusing on results-driven instructional leadership in the context of a professional learning community.
Either of the courses may be considered as one of the of the four Essential Skills courses leading to the 'Certificate of International School Leadership'. And either course may also be counted toward the 'Advanced Certificate of International School Leadership'.