Join attorneys from Miller, Hall, and Triggs as we receive the laws and regulations affecting and dealing with technology use in the classroom. Topics will include the implications and common pitfalls related to the use of email, social media, websites, and other forms of technology communications, best practices for acceptable use policies for students and staff, learning and other program-specific legislation, vaping, student data requirements and responsibilities, and recent case law illustrating the application of statutes.
THIS IS AN ONLINE ACADEMY THAT WILL INCLUDE TWO 3 HOUR SESSIONS FOR ACADEMY CREDIT.
Dates and Times: May 20, 2020 (9 am- noon) and May 27, 2020 (9 am to noon)
Presenter: Miller, Hall, and TriggsPlease use this link for registration: https://ltcillinois.org/event/online_aa686/2020-05-20/
You must register through this link to receive the online login information for the course. The Registration Fee is
$125. The Learning Technology Center will invoice participants for payment.
Questions? Contact Agie Durall or Bill Lamkey at ROE 51 Staff Development - 217-585-8090.
A principal evaluator must complete two Administrator Academies to meet retraining requirements. An individual who is both a teacher and principal. evaluator must complete three Administrator Academies. Academies can be taken in any order. IAA 1865 is a required retraining academy for administrators who evaluate principals.
This academy focuses on a high rate of interrater reliability using the required performance evaluation ratios. Using case studies, the participants will collect evidence and use the Illinois Standards for Principal Evaluation to rate the principals. Participants will use data collected from the case studies and compare the data to best practices for evaluating principals and assistant principals. The data will also be analyzed to prepare administrative and school-level professional development plans. Participants will prepare targeted professional development, in a collaborative and supportive way, plans that consider past results and contribute to professional and personal growth. This plan will be aligned to the school improvement plan. The instructional environment indicators will be analyzed. The purpose of the evaluation plan will be to communicate the outcomes and findings in such a manner that the principals and assistant principals set goals for improvement. The participants own personal bias will be analyzed while making these decisions.
THIS WILL BE HELD ONLINE AND INFORMATION WILL BE SENT TO THE REGISTRANT.
Presenter: Jill Reedy, Assistant Regional Superintendent, Macon-Piatt ROE #39
Registation for this academy is available online at www.roe51.rg.
Questions? Contact Angie Durall or Bill Lamkey at ROE 51 Staff Development Center - 217.585.8090.