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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


The State Model Rubrics

Creating leverage for school and district initiatives (1 day)


Assessment Literacy

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


Unit Design

Backward design for the CAS and postsecondary workforce readiness


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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