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What Educator Effectiveness Looks Like in Wisconsin

Is EE really about helping educators in their profession? How much latitude do administrators and teachers have in setting up their work with the Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness System? This overview gives a sense of the way it works.



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Brief, self-guided overview of the WI EE System that provides baseline information for:


  • educators who are new to their profession, role, or the DPI model,

  • teachers or principals who are new to a district,

  • or anyone seeking a simple overview of the WI EE System.

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Quick Modules

Mini-video modules designed to provide deeper understanding of the Educator Effectiveness (EE) System, especially when paired with the information provided in the user guides.

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Principal Evaluation Training

A set of training modules designed to build a better understanding of the components of the Wisconsin Framework for Principal Leadership (WFPL) by analyzing the components within the context of typical work tasks for the principal or assistant principal.

It is recommended that this training is completed as an administrative team
to build a common understanding of the WFPL.

Have you viewed and used one or more of these trainings? We'd love your feedback!
Please take a few minutes to click this link to share your thoughts and suggestions:  
Feedback Survey: WFPL Principal Evaluation Training materials
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Regional Trainings & Supports

The DPI EE team has contracted with a Danielson trainer to provide regional trainings and supports at each CESA throughout the 2016-17 school year.  Connect with your local CESA Implementation Coach for more information.

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Teachscape Focus Certification & Calibration of Teacher Observers

All DPI model districts and 2R charters have access to this online product for the training/certification of teacher evaluators and professional development of teachers.

Although time-consuming and challenging, evaluators frequently state that this training provided valuable professional learning which strongly supports transparent and effective conversations with educators. DPI considers this training and the conversations it produces a critical component of the EE model. DPI continues to require evaluators to complete the training, certification, and calibration using Teachscape Focus.