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Thursday, April 11 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Drop the Dread: Autonomy in Teacher Evaluations

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Join staff from Wildlands School that were sick of traditional teacher evaluations that NEVER seemed to be relevant. Learn how a 360 degree feedback approach brought the staff together for meaningful conversations and led to real learning and growth for all. Identify key questions to ask when designing your own staff evaluation system and how to win over your superintendent with a team approach that they’ll be proud to present to the school board. We will disclose an evaluation system that doesn’t suck and help you discover the true power in evaluating together.

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Andrew Johnson

Teacher, Wildlands School
This is my second year teaching at Wildlands School. Before coming to Wildlands, I spent two years teaching outdoor education and six summers leading wilderness canoe trips at YMCA Camp Widjiwagan in Ely, Minnesota. I have a BA in Social Studies Education from St. John's University... Read More →
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Liz Seubert

Co-Founder, Teacher, Gov. Board, Wildlands
Liz Seubert is a founding member of Wildlands staff and has been with the school since the doors opened in 2005. As an experienced project-based learning advisor and member of a teacher-powered school staff she has been an innovator in the field of student centered learning. Liz has... Read More →

Thursday April 11, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT
Tundra C/D