As part of the Assessment Playbook Webinar Series, this session will explore the teacher appraisal process. We'll frame teacher appraisal as a process of ongoing professional formation and an animating feature of school culture, rather than a perfunctory, punitive, and performance-oriented measure.
The webinar will orient participants to the year-round cycle of assessment, the Teacher Reflective Practice Inventory, and the Teacher Appraisal Instrument as tools for observation, reflection, and coaching for continuous improvement. NCMPS staff will lead the session and guest practitioners will share how they have used the tool. A recording of the webinar will be available to participants, and for purchase after the event.
Wednesday, May 15th
After you register for this course, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to log in and launch the course. You will need to follow the link to complete registration and access the webinar link and the tool documents.
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The Montessori Assessment Playbook
The NCMPS Montessori Assessment Playbook is a strategy manual and collection of tools for implementing a new assessment model grounded in Montessori and supporting human flourishing.
The Playbook is available for purchase as an ebook or bound volume here: Montessori Assessment Playbook.
Assessment Playbook Webinars
The Playbook debuted at the 2019 NCMPS Public Montessori Symposium, a gathering of 50+ public school leaders and practitioners convened to engage deeply with the issues surrounding assessment in Montessori schools. This series of webinars continues that conversation, and offers an orientation to the tools and a deeper explanation of how they can be used in the field. NCMPS staff and guest practitioners will lead these 90-minute presentations and discussions.
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