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Learning About Teaching: Initial Findings from the Measures of Effective Teaching Project — Summary
This report delivers initial findings from the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) project, which launched in fall 2009 with the aim of building fair and reliable systems for teacher observation and feedback to help teachers improve and administrators make better personnel decisions.
Allowing teachers to submit videos in lieu of in-person classroom observations improved the experience for both teachers and administrators, a recent report from the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University found.
To realize their full potential, students need access to excellent teachers. And excellent teachers need meaningful feedback to help them grow in their practice. In this way, giving teachers feedback and support ultimately benefits students and drives student success.
Turning unexpected obstacles into improvement opportunities. How STRIVE Prep is using the PDSA structure to improve co-teaching observations in the virtual classroom this Fall.
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