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Feel free to use these face to face presentations to train your staff around the use of the

North Carolina Educator Evaluation system. Presentations are organized from most

recent to oldest.


Spring Regional Charter Meetings

Northwest and Piedmont-Triad
April 2016
  • End-of-Year process for Teachers
  • End-of-Year process for Administrators


Assistant Principal READY

Northwest and Piedmont-Triad
April 2016


Coaching Conversation 2.0

Newton-Conover City Schools
March 2016
  • 5 Steps for Coaching Conversations
  • 2 C's of Evaluation Conversations
  • SCARF Model


CCSA 2016 Self Directed Evaluation Conversations

March 2016
  • Understand the 3 C’s of evaluation conversations
  • Explore how to meet the social needs of the human brain
  • Apply SCARF acronym in remembering social needs
  • Collaborate with colleagues to examine the principal teacher relationship



Principal Council

Northwest RESA
March 2016


Standard 3 Deep Dive

Watauga County
March 2016

Home Base Symposium 2016 - OCT, It Works!
Educators
February 2016
  • Observation Engine
  • BloomBoard Marketplace


Coaching Conversations for Improvement
Principal Fellows
January 2016
  • Identifying Conversations
  • Preparation
  • Coaching
  • Using the Rubric to provide coaching feedback

Standard 3 Deep Dive
Watauga County Leadership
January 2016
  • Rubric Review
  • Standard 3 Review

Assistant Principal READY
November 2016

Getting Started in the Online Tool
Western and Southwest Regions
October 2015
  • Assigning Roles and Plan Types in the Online Tool
  • Completing a Teacher Observation in the Online Tool

Understanding the Standards
Western and Southwest Regions
October 2015
  • Using the N.C. Teacher Evaluation Rubric
  • Understanding the Standards

Coaching Conversations for Improved Instruction
Haywood County
October 2015
  • Identifying Conversations
  • Preparation
  • Coaching
  • Using the Rubric to provide coaching feedback


2015 NC Educator Evaluation System for Charter Schools

South and Southeastern Regions
September 2015
  • Evaluation Process
  • Professional Standards for Teachers


2015 NCEES Beginning Teacher Orientation

South and Southeastern Regions
September 2015
  • Teacher Evaluation Process
  • Understanding the Teaching Standards


2015 NCEES for Administrators

South and Southeastern Regions
September 2015
  • Understanding the Evaluation Process for Teachers and Administrators
  • Review NC Professional Teaching Standards
  • Review NC School Executive Standards
  • Using the Rubric for Coaching
  • Online Tool Support


NCEES: Using the Rubric to Improve Instruction

Principal Fellows
September 2015
  • Coaching
  • Process Review
  • Standard 6



NCEES for Teachers

NCDPI Early Learning Sensory Support Program-Opening Meeting
August 2015
  • Using the N.C. Educator Evaluation Rubric
  • Understanding the Standards

Coaching Conversations for Improved Instruction
Warren County Schools, August 2015

In this time of significant importance for the North Carolina Educator Evaluation System (NCEES), it is critical that principals provide teachers with coaching feedback to support their growth. This interactive webinar takes a look at the reasons we avoid difficult conversations with our teachers. Administrators build their skills using the North Carolina Teacher Evaluation Process to provide specific and constructive feedback to teachers. Participants will learn specific techniques for facilitating relevant coaching conversations and follow-up using the three P’s (promote, probe and push) of supporting improvement. A note guide and additional resources will be emailed to registered participants on the day of the webinar to support participant



Putting the Pieces Together

PLE Training Summer 2015
  • Using the Rubric to Improve Instruction
  • Standard 6
  • PD System as a Resource to Improve Instruction
  • Navigating the System



Coaching Conversations for Improved Instruction

Summer Leadership Conference Summer 2015
Asheville, N.C.

In this time of significant importance for the North Carolina Educator Evaluation System (NCEES), it is critical that principals provide teachers with coaching feedback to support their growth. This interactive webinar takes a look at the reasons we avoid difficult conversations with our teachers. Administrators build their skills using the North Carolina Teacher Evaluation Process to provide specific and constructive feedback to teachers. Participants will learn specific techniques for facilitating relevant coaching conversations and follow-up using the three P’s (promote, probe and push) of supporting improvement. A note guide and additional resources will be emailed to registered participants on the day of the webinar to support participant