Developing Equitable and Excellent Teachers Through Culturally Responsive Teacher Evaluation
Developing Equitable and Excellent Teachers through Culturally Responsive Teacher Evaluation
Thursday, July 18, 2019; 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. ● Molloy College, Rockville Centre Campus
(6 CTLEs Offered)
Presenter: Dr. Maria Salazar
This session will provide opportunities for participants to: (a) learn about culturally responsive teacher evaluation, (b) assess current teacher evaluation tools, (c) examine an exemplar of a culturally responsive teacher evaluation tool and resulting teacher practice, (d) engage in scenarios to improve teacher evaluation based on educational role, and (e) brainstorm ways to re-envision teacher evaluation.
Please note that this conference is also part of a larger 4-day summer institute on, " Current Issues in Assessment: Classroom Assessment and Teacher Evaluations for the Diverse Learner" Click here for further information). There is also a one-day conference on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 on, " Formative Assessment, Descriptive Feedback and Summative Judgment: Principles, Practicalities and Ethics" with Rick Wormeli as the lead presenter. Click here for further information.
Session Objective: Participants will develop an understanding of culturally responsive teacher evaluation (CRTE) and set goals for applying CRTE in their own context.
Introduction to culturally responsive teacher evaluation (CRTE)
Assess current teacher evaluation models (local/national)
Examine an exemplar of CRTE & teacher practice
Engage in scenarios to improve teacher evaluation based on an educational role
Brainstorm ways to re-envision teacher evaluation
K-12 teachers and administrators.
Dr. Maria del Carmen Salazar
Dr. Maria del Carmen Salazar's research and scholarship center on the needs of those at the margins. Salazar has authored numerous publications on humanizing pedagogies, equitable teaching, and college access and success for historically underrepresented students. She has written a book that is published by Routledge Press and series editor Professor Emerita Sonia Nieto. The book is titled: Teacher Evaluation as Culture: A Framework for Equitable and Excellent Teaching. She is also the lead author for the State of Latinos 2008, a brief presented to the U.S. Congress. She has given close to 100 scholarly international and national presentations in her research areas. In 2018, she was the recipient of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Innovations in Research on Equity and Social Justice in Teacher Education Award. Dr. Salazar's service includes local and national contributions. She served on the Colorado Quality Teachers Commission and she contributed to the development of the Colorado Teacher Quality Standards. She served on the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC), a national collaborative to revise model content standards and develop learning progressions for teacher licensure, assessment, and development. She was a key contributor in the development of the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards and Learning Progressions. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and she is the board liaison for the CAEP Equity and Diversity Committee. She also currently serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Teacher Education, a top journal in the field of education.
Included in your tuition is her book, "Teacher Evaluation as Culture: A Framework for Equitable and Excellent Teaching" by Maria Salazar & Jessica Lerner, Publisher - Routledge Press The book will be handed out at check-in.
The conference will be given in the Public Square, Larini Room (second floor) on the Rockville Centre campus of Molloy College located at 1000 Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre, NY 11571. Travel directions will be sent with your confirmation, but can also be downloaded by clicking here.
If you should need hotel arrangements, please click here for a list of area hotels or call 516.323.3554.
This conference is approved for 6 hours of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE).
ESL or bilingual teachers must complete a minimum of 50% of the required CTLE hours in language acquisition, including a focus on best practices for co-teaching strategies. All other certificate holders must complete a minimum of 15% of the hours dedicated to language acquisition addressing the needs of ELL learners, including a focus on best practices for co-teaching strategies. This conference will satisfy 3.5 hours in those areas. Click here for further information on CTLE requirements.
Conference Tuition Rates:
Early Registration, until April 26: $125
Regular Registration, April 27 until June 21: $150
Late Registration, after June 21: $175
Molloy Full-Time Students (provide copy of student ID at check-in): $50
Non-Molloy Full-Time Students (provide copy of student ID at check-in): $75
Molloy Faculty and Staff: No Charge
Molloy Alumni: 25% discount
There is also a one-day conference on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 on, "Formative Assessment, Descriptive Feedback and Summative Judgment: Principles, Practicalities and Ethics" with Rick Wormeli as the lead presenter. Click here for further information. You may also enroll in both conferences on July 17 & 18, 2019, at the discounted rate of $225.
Please note that this conference is also part of a larger 4-day summer institute on, "Current Issues in Assessment: Classroom Assessment and Teacher Evaluations for the Diverse Learner" (Click here for further information).You also have the option to register for four days for 3 graduate credits for $900 (Click here available on March 4, 2019 to register for all 4 days) or on a non-credit basis for $695 for 2 in-service credits (click here - to come to register for all 4 days, non-credit). To receive graduate credit, you must attend the institute each day, do work outside the classroom and complete a project that is due within two weeks of the last session. In-service credit is based upon attendance alone.
Click here to register online for the one-day conference (July 17). Click here to register online for both days (July 17 & 18).
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