Collaborative Framework for Educator Evaluation (CoFFEE)

October 18, 2021 – April 4, 2022

In partnership with Bridgewater State University, the Cape Cod Collaborative is offering a new professional learning opportunity: COFFEE is designed for new administrators/department heads who are, or will be, responsible for supervision, observation, and/or evaluation. Unlike other evaluation training programs, COFFEE is designed specifically for Massachusetts and anchored in the Massachusetts model for educator evaluation and looks at teaching and learning with a lens of cultural proficiency.

During the course, candidates deepen their understanding of the MA framework for educator evaluation and develop a common language to define effective instruction. Through the use of practice exercises, videos, case studies, reading, discussion, and coaching sessions, participants will develop instructional leadership skills to…

  • Name, explain, and document effective instruction regardless of the means of delivery (e.g., in-person, solely online, and/or blended);
  • Communicate effectively about pedagogical practices that impact student learning to provide teachers with detailed feedback in order to promote a continued cycle of professional growth;
  • Develop and reinforce professional practice that engages instructional leaders and their colleagues in meaningful, student-focused conversations about best practice and maintains an open feedback loop;
  • Utilize a wide range of data points about student learning in teacher goal setting and benchmarking to indicate measures of growth and success.

CoFFEE participants will be required to submit one video recording of a teacher’s lesson that accompanies the participant’s feedback.

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Sonia L. Tellier and Mr. Marc J. Smith

FORMAT: Hybrid. Each session will meet in person, and we will move to virtual if the weather requires it. Each session will also be streamed.

DATES AND TIMES: Sessions will meet Mondays at the Cape Cod Collaborative, 418 Bumps River Road, Osterville from 8am – 3pm with an hour for lunch on your own. Session dates:  Oct 18, Nov 15, Dec 13, Jan 10, Feb 7, Mar 7, and Apr 4.

ELIGIBILITY: There are no prerequisites for the course.

TUITION: $950.00. Additional fee for graduate credit through Bridgewater State University. More information will be provided during class meetings.

Register through SmartEDU:  Educators employed by districts and collaboratives subscribing to SmartEDU, please access this course through your district’s platform. All other educators, please see below (REGISTER FOR A COURSE) to create a Collaborative PD account.

 MATERIALS: You will need to purchase the following (3) books prior to the course –

  1. 10 Mindframes for Leaders: The Visible Learning Approach to School Success, John Hattie and Raymond Smith, eds – Published July 2020
  2. 10 Mindframes for Visible Learning: Teaching for Success, John Hattie and Klaus Zierer – Published Dec 2017
  3. Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, Zaretta Hammond – Published Dec 2014

Paperback and electronic versions of all three books are available on the publisher’s website https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/home as well as Amazon.com.

Syllabus

 

SEI Teacher Endorsement course 

November 4, 2021 – March 10, 2022

The Cape Cod Collaborative, in partnership with Collaborative for Educational Services, has been approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to provide the full, long-bridge, short-bridge, and administrator SEI courses for cost.  This is an ESE approved route to SEI Endorsement for all educators who have ELLs and their supervisors. This course meets the requirement for renewal.

Course Description:  The SEI Teacher Endorsement course focuses on current theories and evidence-based instructional practices related to the teaching of ELLs.  This course is designed to promote continuous improvement in educator practice and to build teacher’s confidence and familiarity with research-proven practices for working with ELLs.  Throughout the course, effective research-based strategies will be modeled.  Teachers will have opportunities to practice the modeled strategies, to analyze their practice, to provide and receive feedback, and to reflect on their experiences.  Through this cycle of reflective practice, teachers will gain new skills, knowledge, and dispositions for the education of English learners. CES/CCC Attendance policy – Mandatory attendance

INSTRUCTOR:  Stephen Petitt

AUDIENCE:  Teachers or administrators who completed zero (0) or one (1) ELL Category Training

LOCATION:  100% Online via Zoom

TUITION: $495.00 *Subject to increase if minimum enrollment (15) is not met. Additional fee for graduate credit through Bridgewater State University. More information will be provided during the first class meeting.

Register through SmartEDU:  Educators employed by districts and collaboratives subscribing to SmartEDU, please access this course through your district’s platform. All other educators, please see below (REGISTER FOR A COURSE) to create a Collaborative PD account.

Register for a Course

CC Collaborative Member District Educators

Subscribing to SmartEDU

Educators employed by CCC member districts – Barnstable, Falmouth, Sandwich, Mashpee, Monomoy and Dennis-Yarmouth Regional; as well as other collaboratives subscribing to SmartEDU – are issued a username and password by their employer. Please access all CCC course offerings through your district’s SmartPD program. If you have questions, check with your District Curriculum Administrator (DCA).

CC Collaborative Member District Educators

Not Subscribing to Smart EDU

Educators employed by CCC member districts – Wareham, Bourne, Nauset, Truro, Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket – please create a Collaborative PD account to register for course offerings.

CCC Faculty & Staff

Other Interested Educators

Please create a Collaborative PD account to register for course offerings.

Need Help?

Professional Development Contact
Julie DeBenedictis 
508.420.6950 x 1145
j.debenedictis@capecodcollaborative.org