Confused about the upcoming Educator Evaluation Plan?
The Connecticut Educator Evaluation and Support Council is expected to release the new Educator Evaluation Plan in the near future. This may be creating uncertainty for you about what actions your district needs to take around your approved educator evaluation and support systems plans for the 2023-24 school year. And if you are currently using BloomBoard’s EdReflect online tool, which is sunsetting and will no longer be supported, you are facing additional challenges for next year.
This webinar will provide district administrators and PDEC members with best practices and insights for consideration that will help you prepare, save time, and navigate the transition to the new CT Educator Evaluation Plan.
Webinar Learning Objectives:
In this webinar, administrators and your PDEC members will learn:
- How the decisions you make today will meet the needs of the upcoming Connecticut Educator Evaluation Plan.
- Best practices in navigating the transition to a new online solution, including flexibilities of your current forms and workflows.
- To address the needs of teachers, principals, IT staff, and district leaders when evaluating new online solutions.
- How an online evaluation tool can support a shift to “learning” while continuing to focus on “accountability.”
Education Strategy Lead, Vector Solutions
Bill is a member of the Education Strategy Lead Team at Vector Solutions in supporting the training, evaluation, and professional development goals of K12 districts across the US for the past 10 years. He partners and collaborates with district leaders, principals, and educators on implementing evaluation and professional learning solutions, platform migration, training, and other strategic projects to meet their needs and outcomes.
As a former high school teacher with over 30 years of experience in the education industry, Bill brings a passion for education, innovation, and technology to increase teacher success, student outcomes, and improve school and district performance. Bill has a BS in Education and Business from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and a MS in Computer Science from DePaul University.