Evaluating Teaching With Google Apps: A Case Study


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What do you get when you take the free web-based collaboration and productivity tools of Google Apps and use them to power teaching evaluation?

The result is a system that returns money and time to schools and transforms evaluation into a more collaborative process for all involved. Find out how one large public school district shifted the evaluation process toward better conversations about teaching and learning.

This Friday at 10:00am in the Portside Ballroom of COBO Hall in Detroit at the 2015 MACUL Conference, I’ll be sharing how my district has successfully moved our teaching evaluation process to Google Drive and Docs. While it was no simple project, many hands came together and made light work of this endeavor. The outcomes of such an undertaking might surprise you, including how your district could do the same!

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Hope to see you there!

~Gary

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Gary is an influential teacher leader with extensive experience educating students at the high school and university level. He is a regular conference presenter, education speaker, and leader of staff development for educators. His classroom practice embraces a collaborative environment centered on constructivist teaching, project-based learning, classroom branding, Modeling Instruction, standards-based grading, and mobile device technologies.

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Gary is an influential teacher leader with extensive experience educating students at the high school and university level. He is a regular conference presenter, education speaker, and leader of staff development for educators. His classroom practice embraces a collaborative environment centered on constructivist teaching, project-based learning, classroom branding, Modeling Instruction, standards-based grading, and mobile device technologies.

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