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RAPPS – Rural Alaska Principal Preparation and Support Program Selecting and Training Evaluators May 28 – 30, 2014 Learning Groups 1, 2, and 3 Hilton Hotel - Anchorage, Alaska Session Leader: Al Bertani, RAPPS Senior Design Consultant. Session Objectives.

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RAPPS – Rural Alaska Principal Preparation and Support Program

Selecting and Training Evaluators

May 28 – 30, 2014

Learning Groups 1, 2, and 3

Hilton Hotel - Anchorage, Alaska

Session Leader: Al Bertani, RAPPS Senior Design Consultant

session objectives
Session Objectives
  • Establishing criteria for selecting who can

evaluate

  • Preparing evaluators for inter-rater reliability
  • Addressing issue of quality

EE-4

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ESTABLISHING

CRITERIA FOR

SELECTING WHO

CAN

EVALUATE

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Selecting

And Training Evaluators

EE - 10

  • Who will be eligible to conduct evaluations?
  • Will there be examples and explicit guidance in determining levels of proficiency and approval?
  • To what extent will training provide opportunities for guided practice paired with specific feedback to improve reliability?
  • Will evaluators be monitored regularly for reliability checks?
  • How will implementation fidelity be ensured?

A Practical Guide to Designing Comprehensive Teacher Evaluation Systems;

National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality; May 2012

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PREPARING

EVALUATORS FOR

INTER-RATER

RELIABILITY

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Preparing Evaluators

1. Start with an overview of the process — give evaluators the big picture.

2. Familiarize evaluators with the performance dimensions and rating scales.

3. Help evaluators recognize their own biases (e.g., for certain teaching styles).

4. Describe common judgment errors to be aware of and avoided.

5. Describe how to recognize and record evidence of performance.

6. Practice collecting evidence and observing.

7. Practice connecting evidence to performance dimensions.

8. Practice interpreting evidence relative to the rating scale.

9. Discuss rating conventions (e.g., What do you do if you do not have any evidence for a

performance dimension? How do you interpret words like “consistently” or “frequently”

when used in the rating scale?).

10. Practice rating samples of performance (e.g., videos, written scenarios, or cases).

Observations of Teacher Classroom Performance – Guide to Implementation Resources for Applied Practice; Milanowski, Prince, Koppich; CECR; 2013

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EE-5 and 6

Danielson At-A-Glance

Washington State Teacher/Principal Evaluation Project; 2014

http://tpep-wa.org/the-model/framework-and-rubrics/instructional-frameworks/danielson-framework/

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EE-7, 8 and 9

Marzano At-A-Glance

Washington State Teacher/Principal Evaluation Project; 2014

http://tpep-wa.org/the-model/framework-and-rubrics/instructional-frameworks/marzano/

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Video Simulation – BTSA California

Available on YouTube – BTSA Teacher Observation Videos

Step 1 Declare which framework you want for the practice round (D or M)

Step 2 Determine which grade and content example you want for practice.

Step 3 Join one of the four learning groups for the video simulation.

Step 4 Use the Danielson or Marzano rubric for practice purposes.

Step 5 Be prepared to talk about your simulation rating and evidence.

Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment; California Department of Education (CDE) and Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC); Web Address for Resources http://www.btsa.ca.gov

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Video Resources – BTSA California

Available on YouTube – BTSA Teacher Observation Videos

6th Grade Math https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxLFTvodBBI

K Language Arts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmCA5rn75Nc

9th Grade L.A. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K4M2WJXNxQ

H.S. Dance Class https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFs1LlTXmJo

Over 400 videos include pre-observation conferences, classroom observations,

and post-observation conferences.

Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment; California Department of Education (CDE) and Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC); Web Address for Resources http://www.btsa.ca.gov

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Preparing Evaluators

  • Will the state or districts offer specialized training for

evaluators?

  • Will the training provide opportunities for guided practice

paired with specific feedback?

  • Will the state or districts provide examples and explicit

guidance in determining levels of proficiency?

  • Will evaluators be monitored regularly by the state and/or

districts?

  • What opportunities will be provided for retraining evaluators?

A Practical Guide to Designing Comprehensive Teacher Evaluation Systems;

National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality; May 2012

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ADDRESSING

ISSUES OF

QUALITY

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Video Resources – San Diego

Available at http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

  • Observations
  • Evidence vs. Opinion Training
  • Calibrated Walk-Through

San Diego County Office of Education; Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation;

Web Address for Resources http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

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Video Resources – San Diego

Available at http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

San Diego County Office of Education; Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation;

Web Address for Resources http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

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Video Resources – San Diego

Available at http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

Demonstration

San Diego Calibration Videos

Grade 1

Grade 3

Grades 4/5

Grade 6

MS Science

HS Algebra

Directions for Calibration Videos

San Diego County Office of Education; Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation;

Web Address for Resources http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

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Video Resources – San Diego

Available at http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

  • Researching the Resources
  • Decide which example you’d like to explore.
  • Join that table for your chosen example.
  • View the video example.
  • Join your colleagues in discussing how the resource could be used.
  • Be prepared to discuss your suggestions for using the videos.

San Diego County Office of Education; Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation;

Web Address for Resources http://www.teachereffectivenessandevaluation.com

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