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School Librarians and Performance-Based Evaluations

ESLS Research Symposium

AASL 16th National Conference

November 14, 2013


Session and Presenters

  • States are developing performance-based evaluations for teachers. Some include school librarians and some do not. The presenters will review the current trends.

  • The attendees will strategize on research possibilities.

  • Presenters: Judy Bivens, Audrey Church, Jody Howard and Mona Kerby

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Agenda

  • Introductions and Overview

  • http://13nov14esls.weebly.com/. 

  • Review of Charlotte Danielson

  • AASL Regions---Data Collection

  • Current Research in Tennessee and in Virginia

  • Small Group Brainstorming

  • Research Recap

  • Next Steps

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Charlotte Danielson

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Charlotte Danielson

  • Framework for teaching--ASCD

  • 1996--Praxis III Classroom Performance Assessment

    • Outgrowth of Research from ETS

    • Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC)

    • Tool to measure good teaching with levels of performance

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Charlotte Danielson, Cont.

  • 2007—Added School Librarian and other specialist groups aligned with professional standards

    • Some language clarification

    • Significant change was the addition of “Assessment” as part of the teacher’s responsibility.

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Charlotte Danielson, Cont.

  • 2011 Refined as part of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s MET project

    • Video capture of 23,000 lessons

    • Analyses correlated with Value Added measures of student learning

    • Purpose---which aspects of teacher practice aligns with student learning

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Charlotte Danielson, Cont.

  • 2013 Framework is updated to reflect the Common Core Standards

    • Changes include a close reading of the text and emphasis on non-fiction readings

    • Emphasis in mathematics with fluency and skill in grade level concepts

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Danielson Evaluation Instrument

  • Teacher

    • Planning and Preparation

    • Classroom Environment

    • Instruction

    • Professional Responsibilities

  • School Librarian

    • Planning and Preparation

    • Environment

    • Delivery of Service

    • Professional Responsibilities

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Data Collection

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Data Collection

  • Questions:

    • Is the evaluation set by state, district, or at the local level?

    • Is the instrument a general teacher one or specific to librarians?

    • Is a student growth measurement required?

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AASL Affiliate Assembly Regions

  • Audrey Regions 1-3

  • Judy Regions 4-6

  • Jody Regions 7-9

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Affiliate Regions 1-3

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Affiliate Regions 4-6

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Affiliate Regions 7-9

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Composite information

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Break

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Recent Research

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Recent Research

  • Research in Tennessee Judy

  • Research in Virginia Audrey

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Small Group Discussions

  • Review current situations

  • Brainstorm possible research questions

  • Decide on two research questions

  • Determine possible methodologies

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Break

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Recap

  • Review of small group questions and methodology

  • Identifying Commonalities

  • Identifying Trends

  • Next Steps?

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Thank You!

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Contact Information:

  • Judy Bivens [email protected]

  • Audrey Church [email protected]

  • Jody Howard [email protected]

  • Mona Kerby [email protected]

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