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Why Waiting is Not an Option
Join the Education Alliance of Michigan January 24, 2012, for a full-day event focused on developing a shared understanding of the complex elements involved in reviewing effective classroom instruction. The full day event, Michigan Educator Evalution: Understanding Effective Instruction, offers hands-on activities and discussion, with skilled teachers and piloting districts sharing an inside look at their work.
Leading researcher Stephen Fink from the University of Washington also will be on hand to explore research-based methods for assessing performance. Dr. Fink has had extensive experience working with numerous school districts focusing on the school district as the unit of change – particularly on developing systems level leadership capacity for eliminating the achievement gap. His current work at the Center for Educational Leadership includes developing school district leadership capacity to dramatically improve the quality of instruction in every school and in every classroom.
View the agenda and register* for the event at the Education Allance website: Ed Alliance
*To register, follow the Register Here links to get to the online registration form.