EDUCATOR EVALUATION: FORGING AFFINITY THROUGH FEEDBACK
The introduction of class observations and evaluations by administrators and peers has increased anxiety levels for teachers at all levels. In this workshop participants will learn coaching techniques that enable them to support and guide their colleagues in the context of peer observation and feedback.
Educators will practice and learn methodologies that build trust and affinity through objective and skilful feedback techniques. Such techniques include: How to ask empowering questions; Recognizing, acknowledging and championing; Developing listening skills that enable a teacher to clarify, reflect and distill what is observed in a colleague; Self-management skills, and more.
These skills can also be applied by teachers in their classrooms, to enhance student learning and create a positive educational environment.
1. EDUCATOR EVALUATION: FORGING COLLEGIAL AFFINITY THROUGH FEEDBACK
2. CREATING SAFE CLASSROOMS: MANAGING STRESS AS A FOUNDATION TO TAKE ACADEMIC RISKS
3.CHANGING THE CLASSROOM CLIMATE: HARMONY IN ACTION
4. MANAGING STRESS: A FOUNDATION FOR SAFE, COLLABORATIVE AND MOTIVATED ENVIRONMENTS
5.THE FIRST FOUR DAYS: SETTING THE STAGE FOR A YEAR OF EASEFUL LEARNING AND DYNAMIC STUDENT PARTICIPATION
6. CALLING OUT THE STUDENTS' POWER: MOTIVATING STUDENTS THROUGH POWERFUL QUESTIONS
"Lawrence Carroll's workshop on personal stress management, which he conducted with my Columbia Grad School class
was a huge success."
Neal Pilson, Columbia University, Former President, CBS Sports