- — Derek McCoy (@mccoyderek)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:04#ncadmin How do you explain to teachers the difference between Developing and Proficient? Again, this is for general discussion
- — Craig Smith (@CSmithGoBlue)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:04The "Proficient" level is demonstrated is basic competence. "Proficient" is doing what your are supposed to do. #NCADMIN
- — Derek McCoy (@mccoyderek)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:05
- — Kelly Hines (@kellyhines)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:06
- — Dr. Rick L. Robins (@juabwasp1)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:06#NCADMIN I have been reading Wiggins' work on feedback. Finding the key is providing clear data rationale instead of value laden advice.
- — Craig Smith (@CSmithGoBlue)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:07There is much more teacher-leadership throughout school in the Accomplished level; also, skills are shown all the time. #NCADMIN
- — Kelly Hines (@kellyhines)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:07#ncadmin Proficient->Accomplished IMO means going from reactive->proactive. anticipating & planning for challenges w calculated responses
- — Scott Rhodes (@FRMprincipal)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:08Developing=Knowing, Proficient=Doing, Accomplished=Doing and leading in your building, Distinguished=leading outside the school #ncadmin
- — Derek McCoy (@mccoyderek)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:08#ncadmin Proficient vs Accomplished is level of impact. We're talking about effective classroom practices vs helping the school move forward
- — JMingoEDFocus (@jmingo1)Thu, Nov 08 2012 14:12:08
Nov. 7 #NCADMIN Chat: "NC Teacher Evaluation System: Part I"
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