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Navigating the Jungle of Observation and Feedback: Putting Bare Necessities Into Action

Getting ahold of observation and feedback in your building is a BEAST! With so many moving parts and competing priorities… leading a Title I Campus gets WILD. Come discover how to CUT THROUGH THE JUNGLE and FOSTER AN EDUCATOR ECOSYSTEM where student learning and classroom video is central to conversations around improving teaching & learning for all. Educators at Liberty Point Elementary are consistently swinging to new heights, “BEATING THE ODDS” for three consecutive years, rising their CCRPI from an F (58.6) to a C (73.7). This rapid growth in student achievement was strategically formulated with an intentional focus in the area of observation and feedback. Join this session to learn how to improve student achievement with a video coaching & collaboration strategy that makes a difference and honors the profession of teaching like Liberty Point Elementary.

This talk was presented at:
2020 National ESEA Conference
February 2020 in Atlanta, GA
For more information:
paynej@fultonschools.org
Speakers
James Payne

A native of Adel, Georgia…. James has served in education for 11 years. As principal of Liberty Point Elementary, James lead efforts that have caused his school to be removed from Georgia’s Failing Schools List (rising from an F to C Grade). James’ first experience using video on his campus occurred supporting the research conducted by the Harvard Best Foot Forward Project in 2014.