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Date: Fri Mar 18 2005 - 08:59:28 EST

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Here at the Notre Dame Education Center, we use peer evaluations. THis involves using a center wide process. Teachers find a peer to work with; they meet to decide and write up goals for the year. Goals are linked to the following: major elements in an individual job description, NDEC agency goals and objectives, department goals and personal professional goals.These are submitted to the program director. The NDEC staff development committee reviews the goal sheets and identifies common themes for workshops and/or in-house trainings.  Peers meet at least 3 times during the year to report on activities and then to write up a final review. A peer evaluation form and the review are passed in to the program director in June. 
As coordinator of NDECs ESOL department, new teachers are paired with experienced teachers at the same level for development. That's the focus.

Maureen O'Brien,SND
ESOL Coordinator
Notre Dame Education Center
50 West Broadway
South Boston, MA 02127 

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