About Teacher Education and Mentoring
To ensure that it develops effective and innovative teachers, CREC Magnet Schools is committed to supporting new teachers and their mentors. Teachers involved in the state’s TEAM program, as well as their mentors, will find support through district orientations, professional learning opportunities, and team-building events like Dine & Discuss. Through this scaffolding, CREC Magnet Schools will provide new teachers a foundation upon which they will build a long and successful career at CREC.
In addition, the TEAM Coordinating Committee (TCC) will meet twice yearly. The TCC is responsible for developing a three-year plan for supporting new teachers and recruiting new mentors and reviewers for TEAM.
Resources and Contacts
Below you will find resources for both new teachers and TEAM mentors. For TEAM related questions or concerns, please contact your TEAM building representative or email TEAM District Coordinator Marta Diez.
|AAE Middle/High||Haia Speigelemail@example.com|
|Aerospace Elementary||Mark Kibbyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ana Grace Academy||Anne Allevaemail@example.com|
|Art Middle||Julie Christiansonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Arts High||Elke Hernandezemail@example.com|
|Coltsville Student Service programs||Joyce Westfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Farmington Valley Diagnostic Center||Darrick Bell|
|Integrated Program Models (IPM)||Joyce Westemail@example.com|
|Montessori||Vivian Novo MacDonaldfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Museum Academy||Mary Frances Maffucciemail@example.com|
|PSA||Katherine Howard Benderfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|River Street School||Joyce Westemail@example.com|
TEAM Module Resources This page provides specific resources and information for each of the five TEAM modules as well as module process guidelines, reflection paper review criteria, and links the the Connecticut Common Core of Teaching.
The Danielson Framework CREC uses the Danielson framework in its Teacher Evaluation Process. On this page you will find detailed information about each of the four Danielson domains and resources for both teachers and evaluators.