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AEG Consulting, LLC

AEG Consulting, LLC

 

State Model Approved Evaluator Training Provider

As a Colorado State Model Approved Evaluator Training Provider, AEG Consulting offers a differentiated program of support to schools, districts, and BOCES wishing to:

  1. Increase student learning through the overall effectiveness of the evaluation process for teachers, principals, and specialized service providers;
  2. Increase the effectiveness of teachers’ professional practice;
  3. Increase the human capacity for effective instructional leadership by administrators, teacher leaders, and instructional coaches;
  4. Certify evaluator “designees” as allowed by SB 10-191.

Because AEG understands that each school and district is in a different place regarding SB 10-191 and desires clarity of alignment to initiatives, a series of modules can be taken individually or packaged (with adjusted times) to meet differentiated needs. Graduate credit is available for an additional cost. If taken separately, modules designated with a star icon are required for educators without an administrative license to become certified as “designees” under Senate Bill 10-191. The “designee” certification is offered as a stand-alone four-day course, offering current administrators wishing to improve their evaluation practices the added benefit of working collaboratively with teacher leaders.

AEG can also collaboratively design SB 10-191 professional development that is directly aligned to district or school initiatives or which combine elements of various modules to meet specific needs. AEG Consulting, LLC offers a complimentary 90-minute conference to discuss school or district needs and answer questions.

See below the following available modules we offer:

The modules designated with a star are required to become certified as an evaluator “designee.”

Colorado State Statutory Requirements of SB-101

The purpose, critical effects, timelines, and nine-step evaluation process (1/4 day)

The State Model Rubrics

Purpose, design, impact on student learning and applied practice (1 day)

Measures of Student Learning

State statutory requirements for the other 50% (1/4 day)

Evaluation Data Collection, Documentation, and Inter-rater Agreement Practices

Creating a measure of consistency and evidential support for evaluations using the State Model Rubrics (1 day)

The Art and Science of Observation, Coaching, and Feedback

1-2 days

N

The State Model Rubrics

Creating leverage for school and district initiatives (1 day)

N

Assessment Literacy

Choosing and designing quality measures of student learning (1-day)

N

Unit Design

Backward design for the CAS and postsecondary workforce readiness

N

Starting the School Year

Setting the stage for 21st century skills and increased academic rigor through deep understanding of and planning for Quality Standards II & III (2-4 days, depending on depth)

For more information on the above courses:

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