Maximizing Teacher Effectiveness
Creating a focus on individual teachers and overall teacher effectiveness promotes the development of high-quality instruction and student learning. TxCEE strives to provide differentiated, sustained professional learning opportunities to support educator success and ultimately improve student learning. Through our work, educators are equipped with research-based resources and strategies which they can implement in instructional settings. TxCEE is also dedicated to building the capacity of campus- and district-level administrators to influence educator practices that positively impact student learning.
The System for Effective Educator Development (SEED) is a professional learning system that stems from school and district goals, providing a tiered approach for collaboration to strengthen teacher effectiveness and improve student achievement. SEED is rooted in collaborative learning and empowers teachers to take ownership of their individual professional learning while working toward a common goal. SEED provides the opportunities for teachers to:
- Reflect on teaching practices
- Embed effective practice into instruction
- Monitor individual student progress