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New Flip Chart Designed to Help Texas Teachers Build Student-Centered Classrooms

To help Texas teachers and administrators implement the state’s new appraisal tool, the Texas Teacher Evaluation and Support System (T-TESS), Mentoring Minds has introduced the T-TESS Flip Chart.
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To help Texas teachers and administrators implement the state’s new appraisal tool, the Texas Teacher Evaluation and Support System (T-TESS), Mentoring Minds has introduced the T-TESS Flip Chart

In its first year of widespread adoption across the state, T-TESS is designed to promote professional development for teachers regarding four domains: Planning, Instruction, Learning Environment and Professional Practices and Responsibilities. The T-TESS Flip Chart offers guiding questions that address actions taken before, during and after the lesson in order to help educators think about their instructional practices. The flip chart can also serve as a tool to help administrators engage in deeper conversations with their teaching staff, guide the evolution from teacher-oriented classrooms toward student-centric learning environments, and create a school-wide culture of ongoing growth and improvement. 

For more information, visit mentoringminds.com.

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