Preparing to Support and Supervise Teachers in a Remote or Hybrid Learning Environment (21-152) Virtual

Dates: 

Wednesday, Aug 12, 2020
Wednesday, Sep 23, 2020
Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020
Note: First session is 9am-12pm, subsequent sessions are 3-5pm EST

Times: 

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Location: 

Virtual

Current Status: 

Closed

This program is for those who have successfully completed the course Analyzing Teaching for Student Results (ATSR).

As we look ahead to a new school year that will likely include periods of remote or hybrid learning, how do we ensure teachers get the support they need to teach most effectively in this format?  And how do supervisors evaluate teachers in a way that is sensitive to the challenges and assumes a growth mindset toward using high-leverage teaching strategies that make a difference for student learning in a remote or blended format?

Designed for experienced principals, assistant principals and department heads who have completed RBT’s Analyzing Teaching for Student Results course, this module will focus on applying the tools learned in ATSR to a remote or hybrid learning model. We will identify key challenges that teachers are facing and begin to identify critical “look-fors” in a remote learning environment.  Asynchronous work will include creating a plan to meet the spirit and requirements of your district’s educator evaluation framework, as well as a plan to communicate expectations to staff, including any areas of focus for your school’s context.  As was the case in ATSR, we will explore what leadership areas and activities are likely to have the greatest impact on teaching quality and student performance (i.e. “Where to show up and what to do”) in a hybrid learning environment.

Participants who complete all three sessions and the asynchronous work will be eligible for 10 PDPs.

NOTE: Participants must have completed our ATSR course to participate in this program.

 

Price: 

$225.00

Instructor(s): 

Rick Rogers has over 35 years of experience in public education, including 28 years as a principal in both urban and suburban settings.  He is passionate about the principalship with particular interest in promoting an inclusive school community and a strong professional learning culture.Rick...Full Bio