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Evaluating Teachers of Untested Subjects and Grades

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

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This webinar detailed research and examples from the field on various approaches to evaluating teachers of untested subjects, including considerations such as depth of information captured, implementation logistics, and costs.

The event featured a presentation by Lisa Lachlan-Haché, Ed.D., of  the National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality. Dr. Lachlan-Haché discussed research, emerging practices from the field, and her experiences in supporting states and districts in developing teacher evaluation systems. The event also featured a moderated discussion among representatives of districts from around the country that have implemented new systems for evaluating teachers of untested subjects.

 

Presenters

Lisa Lachlan-Haché, Ed.D.

Senior Researcher, National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality

Joann Taylor

Assistant Director of Strategic Compensation, Austin Independent School District, Austin, Texas

Tom Tomberlin

Senior Analyst, Center for Human Capital Strategies, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte, North Carolina

Michelle Watts

Supervisor of Data Analysis, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Tampa, Florida

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Related Resource

 

Goe, L., & Holdheide, L. (2011). Measuring teachers' contributions to student learning growth for nontested grades and subjects.  Washington, DC: National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality.