Effective Feedback that Improves Teacher Performance and Student Achievement

How do you provide feedback to teachers based on evidence? Do you want to improve student achievement by providing effective feedback to teachers?

Learn how you can improve your school community by attending our free webinar, Effective Feedback that Improves Teacher Performance and Student Achievement. In honor of National Principals Month this October, AFSA will be hosting a webinar for principals on how to provide feedback to teachers to improve practice and student achievement led by Dr. Mark E. King.

Learn the latest methods and gain skills in:

  • Identification of strategies effective in urban districts as well as suburban districts, based on data achieved when this protocol is implemented with fidelity
  • Researched based strategies for improving student achievement and providing effective feedback
  • Interactive and differentiated learning sessions
  • Strategies you can implement immediately

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Dr. Mark King has over 20 years of experience in public education serving as a middle and high school principal in Prince George’s County, Maryland for several years before joining the District of Columbia Public Schools in 2010. In his position as Instructional Superintendent, he supervised the public middle schools across Washington, DC. In 2014, he was promoted to the position of Deputy Chief of Operations and Programs. Where he led the overall operations of the system, which included security, food services, facilities, and after school programs. He served as the C.E.O. of The School Turnaround Group and as an adjunct professor at Bowie State University, teaching undergraduate, graduate and doctoral classes. He then become an Instructional leader in Baltimore City Public Schools, leading the priority schools after conducting professional development, focusing on culture and climate in schools for the University of Maryland’s School of Social Work.

Dr. King is adept in administrative collaboration, data analysis, RFP development, implementation of after school programs, administrator mentoring, school culture and climate, and school improvement. As instructional superintendent, he led schools to implement a data utilization protocol which resulted in significant academic gains, while reducing suspensions. Under his leadership the middle schools in the District of Columbia Public Schools outpaced every other urban district on the NEAP and the TUDA.

He has a solid educational foundation and passion for student success. He is also extremely focused on removing barriers, the achievement gap and creating pathways for all students to receive an excellent educational foundation.