Collecting evidence of effective practice is a powerful way to support your ongoing reflection, professional growth, and teacher evaluation. This applicable course provides you with strategies for selecting meaningful pieces of evidence that align to your evaluation rubric. You will be guided on how to use your classroom artifacts to make evaluations a collaborative effort between teachers and administrators in order to demonstrate the evolution of your practice. This course is part of the Michigan Department of Education Educator Evaluation in Michigan series.
In this course, you will:
- Examine evidence from the field and identify how it aligns to the educator evaluation rubric,
- Use strategies discussed in the course to identify evidence you expect to produce during your current evaluation cycle, and
- Explain how the evidence you expect to produce aligns with your professional development goals and educator evaluation rubric.