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How To Vote via Texting. EXAMPLE. 22333. 22333. Standard texting rates only (worst case US $0.20) We have no access to your phone number Capitalization doesn ’ t matter, but spaces and spelling do. TIPS. What does teacher evaluation mean to you?.

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how to vote via texting
How To Vote via Texting

EXAMPLE

22333

22333

Standard texting rates only (worst case US $0.20)

We have no access to your phone number

Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do

TIPS

don t let evaluation douse the flame using current tools to stoke the fire

Don\'t Let Evaluation Douse the Flame: Using Current tools to Stoke the Fire

Carmen Macharaschwili

ACE Principals Academy

6/25/13

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Some background…

School Culture

ENLACE

Consultant

Undergraduates

Professor

Language, Literacy and Culture Education, Doctoral Candidate,

Student

objective
Objective:
  • To put these ideas on teacher evaluation to practical use!
  • The goal is to leave here with a plan for implementation
i know who the best and worst teachers are in my school without a formal evaluation
I know who the best and worst teachers are in my school without a formal evaluation.
  • Other teachers, students and parents also know.
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Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.

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Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.

new questions real answers
New questions/real answers
  • What do you like about this place?
  • What about this school needs improvement?
a shift in focus from teacher observation to student learning
A Shift in Focus: from teacher observation to student learning
  • If I were a student in this classroom, what would I think was important for me to learn today, and how well would I believe that I had to learn it?
  • If I did everything the teacher asked me to do during this lesson, what would I actually learn, and what kind of evidence would produce that I had learned it?
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What evidence of learning did students exhibit during the lesson?

What did I see?

What is it evidence of?

What does it mean?

Where are the gaps in myunderstanding?

What do I need to learn more about?

directions
Directions:
  • Add these questions to your system of evaluation
  • How can you incorporate the Student Viewpoint and Principal as Learner?(Formally? Informally? )
  • How can the tool work for you?
helpful feedback
Helpful Feedback

User-friendly

  • Confusing
  • I was confused about who was assigned each role in the collaborative groups

Goal-referenced

  • You should have included some Essential Questions in your unit plan
  • What questions can you use to guide your unit?

Actionable

  • Many students were bored in class.
  • I counted ongoing inattentive behaviors in 12 of the 25 students
  • What would you like me to look for and perhaps count?

Tangible and transparent

  • Good work
  • Your use of wait time allowed for the ENL students to participate more fully in class.

Timely; Ongoing, &Consistent

teacher self evaluation

Prompts like the following promote frequent reflection:

  • What worked in this lesson? How do I know?
  • What would I do the same or differently if I could re-teach this lesson? Why?
  • What root cause might be prompting or perpetuating this student behavior?
  • What do I believe about how students learn? How does this belief influence my instruction?
  • What data do I need to make an informed decision about this problem?
  • Is this the most efficient way to accomplish this task?
Teacher Self Evaluation
other
Other
  • Researchers found that having different raters score observations of teachers’ practice may be a key component for the observations systems: Raters’ first perception of a teacher’s practice tended to influence how they scored additional lessons taught by that same teacher. (Measures of Effective Teaching Study,Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 2013)
  • Research suggests that teachers should be observed by more than one person to ensure that scores are reliable. ( Ed week 2013Sawchuk)
references recommended readings
References&Recommended Readings

Danielson, L. (2009, February ). Fostering Reflection. Educational Leadership. 66,(5).

Hargreaves A., & Fullan, M. (2012). Professional Capital. New York, NY: Teacher’s College Press.

Moss, C. & Brookhart, S. (2013, April). A New View of Walkthroughs, Educational Leadership, 70, (7).

Wiggens, G. (2012, September). Seven Keys to Effective Feedback. Educational Leadership, 70,(1), 10-16.

Education Week: Spotlight on Teacher Evaluation, PublishedFebruary 6, 2013

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