National Professional Development
The Texas Center for Educator Excellence (TxCEE) at the Region 18 Education Service Center is partnering with the American Institutes for Research® (AIR®) to conduct the Collaborative Language Acquisition Strategies for Success (CLASS) project for Emergent Bilinguals (EBs), funded through the U.S. Department of Education’s National Professional Development (NPD) grant program.
Big Bend National Board Cohort
Five districts have joined together to participate in the Big Bend National Board Cohort funded by a TEA grant. The participating districts will select qualified teachers to engage in the National Board certification process.
How to use V-Lookup in Excel [Video]
V-Lookup is a versatile tool in Excel that allows the matching of data across separate sheets using key values. This handy tool alleviates the need for redundant or repetitive manual entry of data across spreadsheets. Click the link below to have TxCEE walk you through using V-Lookup in Excel to match Teacher names to their …
Educator Spotlight: Aundra McMullen
Mentoring, for me, looks like willful sacrifice and unconditional support. Like a therapist, you remain accessible in times of crisis while being a supportive presence over time. It is continuous work that builds over time into a bigger picture of stronger professionals doing great work with our students. The difference I have made in my …
Educator Spotlight: Maria Aleu
This is the first opportunity I have had to mentor. However, being on the other side of the coin as a mentee I have been fortunate to have mentors who have gone out of their ways to support me professionally and emotionally inspiring me. Their support helps me to believe in myself and continue giving …
Q: Why does my TEEMS dashboard look different than that of a fellow teacher/instructional coach/administrator?
A: Your access relies on information in personnel records that your district transmits securely to TEEMS. This information is transmitted to TEEMS nightly. If that information is inaccurate, or has not been updated by a PEIMS clerk, your access may not accurately reflect your role in the district. For instance, if a principal is assigned …
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Q: Why do I have to keep resetting my password?
A: Your TEEMS password is case-sensitive and requires you to include upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and symbols, to ensure your account is secure.Password managers provide a convenient way to store the multitude of passwords required on a daily basis. However, they do not always update when you change your password, so it is important …
Q: I was told I need to add a recovery email address. Why do I need to do that? How do I do that?
A: A recovery email address will allow you to sign any end-of-year documentation if you leave your current district. Please follow the instructions within the attached pdf.
Q: How do I update my security questions?
A: From the TEEMS homepage, click on your name, on the right-hand corner, and select Account. Click “Update your security question responses.” You will be prompted to select three different questions, and provide an answer for each. Click Save.