The Ohio Leadership Advisory Council has developed a series of online learning resources, such as the Evaluation Crosswalk Tools, that can be help you complete professional growth plans for the superintendent, principal or teacher evaluation systems.
Ohio's 2013 Statewide Education Conference featured two days of workshops on key topics such as Ohio’s Third Grade Reading Guarantee, Next Generation Assessments and the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System. Check out videos and written summaries of conference sessions online.
The Ohio Resident Educator Summative Assessment Handbook is now available at OhioRESA.com. Take a look at this handy document for both resident educators and their mentors.
Bullying prevention resources are available from the Ohio Department of Education's updated Safety and Violence Prevention Curriculum.
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards has revised its process for teachers applying to be a National Board Certified Teacher. Changes include digital applications and a reduced fee. Apply by Dec. 31.
The Learning Forward Institute for Coaches is a learning experience that helps prepare school and district coaches for their role as school-based professional learning specialists focusing on improving teaching quality and student learning. Two sessions are set for Ohio.
eTech Ohio will make Learning.com’s EasyTech online safety curriculum available for K-12 students, teachers and administrators in all of Ohio’s public schools and chartered non-public districts. This initiative will allow Ohio schools to satisfy the national E-Rate requirements surrounding student Internet safety and training. More information on Ohio's implementation.
Teachers across the state are looking at how Ohio’s new learning standards will change classroom teaching in the 2013-2014 school year. To support this shift in instruction, ODE is offering four training sessions for curriculum and instruction supervisors, professional development facilitators and other district leaders on how to implement the shifts at the district and classroom levels.
Learn how the D3A2 project, a tool designed to support the use of data-driven instructional practices in the classroomcan help educators use data to make decisions in informing and delivering instruction.