Monday, July 7, 2014 - 9:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Rm. 133

Session Description

The presentation relates how effective, data driven, instruction and incorporating using best practices when teaching the Extended Content Standards relates to Standard IV of the Teacher Performance Appraisal.

Presenter Information

Lynne Loeser Consultant, NCDPI Exceptional Children Division
Beverly Colwell, Consultant, NCDPI Exceptional Children Division
Ronda Layman, Consultant, NCDPI Exceptional Children Division

Target Audience

Teachers of Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Objectives / Learning Targets

Participants will…
•Understand the connection of quality instruction to Standard IV of the NC Teacher Evaluation.
•Examine options for best practice and instructional strategies as they apply to educator effectiveness.
•Explore and develop ideas for appropriate evidence and artifacts for your teacher evaluation.


Moving from Proficient to Enpowered

Sparking Literacy Gains for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

CEC Position on Special Education Teacher Evaluation

Is SRB Reading Instruction Effective for Students with Below-Average IQs?

Example Evidences for Teacher Evaluation Tool

Principles of Instruction- Research Based Strategies

Center for Literacy and Disability Studies