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Thursday, August 1, 2019

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8/9/2019 - Asbestos Training for All Maintenance Personnel

Thursday, August 1, 8:30 AM » 4:30 PM
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DATE: Thursday, August 1, 2019 TIME: 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. LOCATION: East Central BOCES West Training Room DESCRIPTION: Please see attached document so that you know what day/sessions your maintenance staff need to attend to be in compliance. Please call Lorie at 719-775-2342 Ext. 100 no later than July 22nd to register your staff with her so that Andersen Environmental Consulting staff have time to get notebooks made. Please be specific on district, names, which session(s) they will be attending.
2019-2020 Contract with Wade Andersen.pdf

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8/1/2019 - Principles of Supervision and Evaluation - Day 1

Thursday, August 1, 9:00 AM » 4:00 PM
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DATE: Thursday, August 1, 2019 TIME: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. LOCATION: East Central BOCES East Training Room DESCRIPTION: COURSE DESCRIPTION: Graduate Credit Available through Adams State College Alternative Principals need ALL 4 DAYS September 12th and 13th are for those who need RANDA Training ONLY! COURSE DESCRIPTION: This four-day intensive Supervision and Evaluation course are designed for aspiring school principals. Supervision can be broadly described as activities planned and implemented that are designed to assist educators in personal and professional growth. When considered a facilitating process, supervision can include a broad range of activities from encouraging professional growth by providing appropriate and challenging opportunities, to planning in-service and professional growth activities, to classroom observation and evaluation. This course meets the School Administrator/Evaluator training requirements of the Colorado Department of Education. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: a. Implement effective supervisory strategies and techniques b. Organize plans to assist educators with professional growth activities c. Develop effective staff selection procedures d. Collect data, including formal and informal observation; self and peer evaluation; learning outcomes; indirect measures; documentation; and parent/community and student input e. Analyze data, including models of instruction; reliability vs. validity; establishing district performance standards; assemble and determine weightings; and summative judgments f. Supervise teachers, including diagnosis, development and implementation of plans using appropriate intervention/assistance strategies g. Develop report writing, including formats; improvement/growth plans. Implement legal aspects of evaluation including non-discrimination legislation; statutory, common and case law; and due process requirements and procedures i. Develop a knowledge base for implementing SB-191, Educator Effectiveness

Principal of Supervision and Evaluation Syllabus 2019 updated 4-23-19.pdf

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