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Educator Evaluation Self-Reflection and Evidence Webinar February 28 th , 2013. Future Webinars. Mark your calendar for up-coming WVDE Webinar trainings on the Educator Evaluation System. Evaluation System for Teachers. Advanced Progression 6+ years. Intermediate Progression 4-5 years.

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Educator evaluation self reflection and evidence webinar february 28 th 2013

Educator EvaluationSelf-Reflection and Evidence WebinarFebruary 28th, 2013


Future webinars

Future Webinars

  • Mark your calendar for up-coming WVDE Webinar trainings on the Educator Evaluation System.


Educator evaluation self reflection and evidence webinar february 28 th 2013

Evaluation System for Teachers

AdvancedProgression

6+ years

IntermediateProgression

4-5 years

InitialProgression

1-3 years

**Due October 1st**

Self Reflection (standards/rubrics)

80%

None Required*

Observation (2)

Observation (4)

Evidence

15%

2 Student Learning Goals

5%

School-wide Growth - Reading

School-wide Growth - Mathematics


Overview

Overview

  • Educator Self-Reflection

    • Why and how do Educators Self-Reflect?

  • Educator Evidence

    • Frequently Asked Questions about Evidence.

  • Ideas from the Field

    • Julie Sayre from Malden Elementary School.

      • Kanawha County School

      • 2 Years of Experience with the Evaluation System


Why do educators self reflect

Why Do Educators Self- Reflect?

  • Take Ownership of Professional Growth

  • Establish an Understanding between Evaluator and Educator.

    • What are the expectations set for the educator?

    • Has the educator met those expectations at the end of the year?


Understanding the 4 performance levels

Understanding the 4 Performance Levels


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Understanding the 4 Performance Levels

West Virginia’s Got Talent Activity:

http://wvde.state.wv.us/evalwv/leadershipteamdocs/WVGotTalent.pdf


Educator self reflection

Educator Self-Reflection


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Educator Self-Reflection


Self reflection rubric 2 2

Self-Reflection Rubric 2.2


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Self-Reflection Rubric 2.2

Advice From The Field


Self reflection

Self-Reflection

  • Shift from reflecting on individual activities to reflecting on teaching practice

  • Depend on the rubric

  • Model the reflective process


Educator observations

Educator Observations


Observations

Observations

  • An opportunity for evidence collection.

  • Provide another occasion for communication between evaluator and educator.


Observations1

Observations

  • A “Snapshot” of Educator performance.

    • Educators may note standard elements demonstrated during an observation in the online Educator Evaluation System.

    • Evaluators may note standard elements observed in an observation in the online Educator Evaluation System.


Educator evidence

Educator Evidence


Educator evidence1

Educator Evidence

  • What is Evidence?

    • Materials / Data that support the determination of a rating

  • When should Evidence be Collected?

    • Throughout the school year, but must be completed by Evaluation Conference.


Educator evidence2

Educator Evidence

  • Who Collects the Evidence?

    • Both the Evaluator and the Educator may collect evidence.

  • Is the Educator Required to Provide Evidence?

    • When a “Distinguished” Rating is Given

    • If Principal and Teacher disagree on a Rating

    • When an “Unsatisfactory” Rating is Given


Educator evidence3

Educator Evidence

  • What is the Difference between Evidence “Noted in the System” and “providing” evidence?


Noted in system vs providing

“Noted in System” vs. “Providing”

  • First Determine if Evidence is Needed.

  • If Evidence is Needed:

    • Mutually agreed upon Evidence may be “Noted in the System”.

    • Evidence is “Provided” when the Evaluator is not fully aware of the evidence.


Noted in the system

“Noted in the System”

Parent Reading Night


Provide evidence

“Provide Evidence”


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Educator Evidence

  • Are Educators required to upload Evidence?

    • No. The Evidence Form is intended to document Evidence to be verified.

  • How much Evidence is needed?

    • Can be as simple as a description with date /time.

    • Portfolios / Binders full of Documentation are NOT NEEDED!!


Evidence

Evidence

  • Depend on the rubric

  • Noting evidence throughout the process

  • Form a support system


Future webinars1

Future Webinars

  • Mark your calendar for up-coming WVDE Webinar trainings on the Educator Evaluation System.


Questions

Questions?

  • Questions / Comments / Concerns

    Contact Information:

    Trent J. Danowski

    Teacher Quality Coordinator / WVDE

    [email protected]


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