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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


What does teacher evaluation mean to you

What does teacher evaluation mean to you?


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


How to vote via texting

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.


How to vote via texting

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How much time do you spend on teacher evaluation

How much time do you spend on teacher evaluation?


Tools for evaluation

Tools for evaluation


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An example

An example…


New questions real answers

New questions/real answers

  • What do you like about this place?

  • What about this school needs improvement?


Almost everyone consistently said the same thing

Almost everyone consistently said the SAME THING!


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?


How to vote via texting

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?


Share your ideas

Share your ideas


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


How to adapt tools to be used for teacher reflection as well

How toadapt tools to be used for teacher reflection as well?


Share

Share


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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