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Aug 26, June rated it it was amazing. A very user friendly book to guide evaluation efforts at the state and local level.
I use an adapted version of this weekly. Aug 24, Susan rated it liked it Shelves: A research heavy book on professional development evaluation. I found myself nodding off while reading it. The information is good and the techniques and tools described will be helpful.
Certainly something I will be referring to throughout the coming year. The five levels of evaluation breakdown is particularly helpful – level one – participant reaction, level two – participant learning, level three – organizational support and change, level four – use of knowledge and skills and level five – s A research heavy book on professional development evaluation.
The five levels of evaluation breakdown is particularly helpful – level one – participant reaction, level two – participant learning, level three – organizational support and change, level four – use of knowledge and skills and level five – student learning. It was important for me to look at and reflect on the multitude of ways in which leaders need to evaluate their work.
As a participant in PD, I have often only thought about my learning and skill and how it connected to my students. I would occasionally notice barriers to my learning within organization or supports for my learning in the organization but they were not my main concern.
I would notice when professional development missed my zone of proximal development by being either too hard or too easy. I gave feedback when requested and occasionally just because I had an opinion. It is interesting to be transitioning to this new space as an instructional leader and to be faced directly with the need to accommodate teachers and evaluate whether or not the work I do with them makes a difference in the place it needs to – with students.
Jul 20, Carlene Walter rated it really liked it Shelves: The power of thinking in terms of the five evaluation levels is engaging teachers in the planning of professional development activities.
Guskey describes the process for “working backwards” from Level 5 “the student learning outcomes that you want to achieve” and through each successive level to “what set of experiences will enable participants to acquire the needed knowledge and skills Level 1. Mandy rated it it was amazing Oct 28, Pam Taylor rated it really liked it Jul 08, Gina rated it professiomal liked it Aug 10, Andria rated it really liked it Dec 03, Laura Bryan rated it liked it Feb 02, Arlene Russell rated it it was amazing Oct 29, Mjjohnson rated it it was amazing Mar 05, Mara Lee rated it it was amazing Jul 15, John Taylor rated it liked it Aug 22, Kimberly Tyson rated it really liked it Mar 09, Christine rated it really liked it Jul 03, Howard Bannister ;rofessional it liked it Apr 28, Louise rated it it was amazing Jan 07, Kjew rated it really liked it Aug 24, Emily Klein rated it it was ok Aug 19, Kim Wright rated profesdional really liked it Jan 06, Gukey rated it really liked it Oct 15, Kim Timmerman rated it really liked it Jun 12, Georgie rated it really liked it Jan 19, John Harris rated it really liked it Nov 19, gjskey Nicholas Little rated it really liked it Sep 15, Jennifer Brokofsky rated it really liked it Sep 26, Mat rated it really liked it Nov 22, Jen Chau marked it as to-read Feb 28, Jonathan Chambers added it Jul 13, Kelly Pitzen Luedeke added it Sep 28, Marc marked it as to-read Jul 02, Jennifer Hingely is currently reading it Aug 06, Anneke added it Sep 15, Jay Salikin is currently reading it Sep 29, Thomas Feller added it Evalkating 04, Mary-Jo is currently reading it Apr 02, Karen Soanes added it Apr 10, Melinda marked it as to-read Jul 06, guskry Danibab added it Feb 08, evalhating Russel marked deveolpment as to-read Feb 11, Nuansahijau marked it as to-read Aug 27, Martha Bogart added it Sep 02, Olimpio Torres marked it as to-read Dec 19, Amber Jones marked it as to-read Jan 28, Myra marked it as to-read Jan 29, Vivacity is currently reading it Sep 21, Paniz Saadati marked it as to-read Sep 26, Susan Carmody added it Oct 08, Vanessa Hurst added it Oct 30, Kris added developmrnt Nov 19, Hossam El-Mogazi marked it as to-read Dec 07, Seyyed Bagher added it Jan 13, Johndel Asong marked it as to-read Jan 18, Katie Kelly added it Feb 28, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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