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Thursday, August 22 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Leveraging Google Drive and Forms to Rock Your TPEP Evaluation

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More and more accountability is being demanded of teachers all across the nation. Sometimes teachers feel like they have to spend more time proving they are doing their job than actually getting to do it! By leveraging Google Drive and Google Forms to aid in the documentation of the amazing work they do, teachers can get back to focusing on doing what they do best: teaching!

Here in Washington State, we use the Teacher/Principal Evaluation Program (TPEP). By creating folders in Google Drive that are aligned with TPEP criteria, and by creating aligned student surveys with Google Forms, teachers can gather and organize TPEP artifacts and get meaningful feedback from students. This feedback can lead to self-reflection that can transform practice!

Goals of this session: 
  • Educators will gain access to download a number of free resources, including TPEP-aligned Google Drive folders and resources and TPEP-aligned Google Form student surveys written in student-friendly language.
  • Educators will become more proficient and fluent in their use of Google Drive and Google Forms features.
  • Educators will be able to leverage Google Drive and Forms to aid in TPEP artifact collection.

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Speakers
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Randy Fairfield

Teacher/Consultant, Richland School District
Randy Fairfield, MEd, MBA, currently serves as a Teacher and Consultant at Three Rivers HomeLink in the Richland School District in Eastern Washington. His experience working in dropout recovery schools, parent partnership programs, and high-poverty schools has led him to be passionate... Read More →


Thursday August 22, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Room 502

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