TALL/Education Issues Contacts Conference set for April 5-6
Learn more about the new state teacher development and evaluation model at a unique conference April 5-6 in Bemidji for local union TALL and education issues contacts.
Sessions will cover the steps to coming to agreement with your district on a teacher development and evaluation plan; reviewing the state model and guidance for local options; and how to make effective professional learning communities work for you.
Lots of free giveaways will be available at our continuing TALL "garage sale"!
To register, email Andrea Gross at Education Minnesota and let her know that you are registering as a TALL/education issues contact participant.
The conference takes place at the Hampton Inn, 1019 Paul Bunyan Dr., Bemidji, MN 56601. Our event will be held jointly with a negotiations workshop hosted by the Kramer-Brown and Northland United intermediate organizations.
Registration and dinner (meal on your own), TALL "Garage Sale"
General session, held jointly with Kramer Brown and Northland United intermediate organizations
- 7-7:15 p.m.
Bargaining goals, Andrea Cecconi, Education Minnesota
- 7:15-8:05 p.m.
Legislative update, Jan Alswager, Education Minnesota
- 8:05-9 p.m.
Reviewing Teacher Development and Evaluation (TDE): Statutory requirements and the State Pilot Model, Jane Gilles, Education Minnesota
Continental breakfast (Hampton Inn Hotel guests only), TALL “Garage Sale”
Session I, Guidance on Local Options for Teacher Development and Evaluation, Jane Gilles, Education Minnesota (Doubletree Room)
Break, TALL “Garage Sale”
Session II, Coming to Agreement on a Local TDE Plan, Jane Gilles, Education Minnesota (Doubletree Room)
Session III, Making Professional Learning Communities Work for Your Local, Sharon Burrell, North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale Schools, and Katy Perry, Education Minnesota (Doubletree Room)
Door prizes (for members of Kramer Brown and Northland Uniservs)
Lunch for all session attendees
March 08, 2013