Mary Weck


Mary has been an educator for 42 years working as an elementary and middle school special education teacher, a school social worker, building and district level administrator, college professor and administrator, and educational consultant. As assistant Superintendent for Human Resources part of her responsibility was to guide the development of a differentiated evaluation system for teachers based on Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching. The system was the first in the country that implemented the use of the Framework for Teaching as the basis for defining teaching. In addition to her work in public education, she was a professor and director of graduate programs in Education, including education administration, at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, and served as a full time consultant, trainer and facilitator for the Consortium for Educational Change in Illinois.
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