Several years ago, the Network for Educator Effectiveness integrated the EdHub Library into the NEE Data Tool. We were thrilled to offer our members direct access to the library with no need to log into a separate site or enter subscription tokens. At that time, there was no immediate replacement for the learning journal. Although
The smell of a freshly waxed gym, the crisp look of new bulletin boards, the supply closet brimming with new stock. These are all typical signs that a new school year is here, even if this year back-to-school looks more like new virtual backgrounds on teacher computer screens and phones ringing relentlessly with technology questions.
Teacher evaluation is one of the many challenges school leaders are facing in their continued response to COVID-19. How should school leaders evaluate teaching in an uncertain environment, and what does effective teaching look like in remote learning settings? To answer these questions, the Network for Educator Effectiveness (NEE) is providing recommendations, resources, and templates
It’s important to periodically review your NEE classroom observation data to measure progress toward meeting your building and district goals and make adjustments based on the data. NEE recommends that each teacher be observed six to ten times over the course of the year for 10-15 minutes each time. Some districts require at least one
If you’re managing NEE for your district, you often perform routine maintenance in the NEE Data Tool to keep your building and district data up-to-date. In this blog, we show you how to accomplish several of the tasks that NEE data managers are often in charge of. We’ll include common questions that arise, why issues
Compiling teacher evaluation data in an online teacher evaluation system saves administrators time and eliminates stress. If you’re still tracking evaluation data by hand or fumbling through a home-grown system that isn’t providing you with meaningful data, it’s time to consider an option that will make your job so much easier by eliminating the busywork