Supervision and Evaluation
Tips and strategies for getting the best out of your evaluation and supervision process.
Supervising and evaluating teachers effectively is crucial for school success. But too often for teachers and principals it can feel like just a box being ticked. We sit down with Oregon educator LaKeyshua Washington to discuss how to ensure evaluation is seen and used as an opportunity for growth.
In this episode, we discuss:
- The good and bad of evaluations and supervision
- The difference between supervising and coaching
- How to get the most out of the process
LaKeyshua Washington serves as director of teaching and learning-secondary in Gresham-Barlow School District in Gresham, Oregon, supporting middle and high school principals, assistant principals, and teachers in curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Washington most recently served as a middle school principal in Compton, California.
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