Teacher effectiveness is a critical issue on the minds of educators, administrators and state leaders across the country. With many early reform efforts focusing solely on how to improve and measure the effectiveness of educators in the core academic areas, now many are turning their attention to those “untested subjects,” including Career Technical Education (CTE).
To dig into this issue and highlight some early lessons learned from states, the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc), the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders, the Central Comprehensive Center, the Mid-Atlantic Comprehensive Center, and the South Central Comprehensive Center are pleased to be co-hosting a webinar on Supporting 21st Century Educators: How States Are Promoting Career and Technical Educator Effectiveness.
The webinar will explore:
- Key findings from the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders recent Special Issues brief 21st Century Educators: Developing and Supporting Great Career and Technical Education Teachers
- Practical, real-life policy efforts on induction programs and student learning objective approaches for CTE teachers presented by SEA staff from Oklahoma, New Jersey and Missouri
Date: Friday March 7, 2014, 2:00-3:30 ET.