One-day workshop: Your roadmap to transforming your faculty growth and evaluation process

Teachers and administrators often loathe evaluation for a variety of valid reasons. Teachers can feel that it doesn’t capture the full scope of their work. Administrators lack adequate time and resources for effective insight and support. It's enough to overwhelm even your best leaders and teachers.

There's a better way. 

Join us for a one-day workshop "Support Student Success With Faculty Growth and Evaluation Teachers Love!" to explore how to better support your teachers, leaders, and students. ISM’s new teacher growth and evaluation framework encourages faculty innovation, while still maintaining a straightforward evaluation process that communicates clear expectations. Learn how your school can reframe the very structure that surrounds growth and evaluation systems to create an amazing school culture.


Dates & Locations

February 7, 2020

Duchesne Academy of The Sacred Heart
Houston, Texas

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February 20, 2020

Ravenscroft School
Raleigh, North Carolina

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March 23, 2020

Chaminade College Preparatory
West Hills, California

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March 25, 2020

Sea Crest School
Half Moon Bay, California

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April 29, 2020

City and Country School
New York, New York

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Attend with your faculty leaders

Ensure you include these vital voices—your school's teachers—as you consider your school's faculty growth and evaluation process. They are welcome to attend these workshops!

"Teachers invest themselves in the process of classroom teaching, making ‘evaluation’ not simply a reflection of their job but themselves as human beings. These people – these classroom teachers – should never be made to feel like they are failing when they are genuinely making an effort to change the lives of hundreds of young people for the better. It’s a calling, and to mark that with an arbitrary measurement is soul destroying and unethical. This is why ISM’s model today was so enlightening."

Rachael Ward, English Teacher
 Saltus Grammar School, Bermuda.

Anyone who works with faculty should keep this invaluable [framework] close at hand. You will want to jump into creating or refining your school’s framework for growth. Refreshing and eminently doable!

Sarah Cooper, Dean of Studies. Flintridge Preparatory School, CA

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Image of a teacher and students in class
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Hathaway Brown School, OH

This is the framework I’ve been waiting for.

It pulls together and clearly articulates all of the aspects of bringing new faculty into the community and ensuring their ongoing success. This student-centered framework is supported by ISM’s trademark, rigorous research and communicated in a practical, accessible manner.

Sheri Homany, Associate Head of School

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Episcopal Collegiate School, AR

A well-developed and thoughtful approach to faculty development.

By separating the growth and evaluation components found in traditional faculty development programs, teachers feel free to learn and grow, and are more willing to take risks in the classroom. Student experiences are enriched and teacher morale improves when teachers feel supported to try new approaches.

Jo Stoltz, Academic Dean

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Flintridge Preparatory School, CA

Refreshing and eminently doable!

Anyone who works with faculty should keep this invaluable framework close at hand. You will want to jump into creating or refining your school’s framework for growth.

Sarah Cooper, Dean of Studies