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Session Materials. Wiki / Wireless Network: OpenAir Password: summer10. Washington State Teacher and Principal Evaluation. Session Norms. Be present Participate actively: Ask questions Share connections Listen

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session materials
Session Materials
  • Wiki
  • Wireless
    • Network: OpenAir
    • Password: summer10
session norms
Session Norms
  • Be present
  • Participate actively:
    • Ask questions
    • Share connections
    • Listen
  • Work together as a community
  • Invite and welcome contributions of every member
  • Reconnect and share progress, ideas, resources
  • Examine the polarities we manage in our work with TPEP
  • Understand newly developed rules and guidelines around evaluation and implications for districts
  • Identify decisions that need to be made by the district in order to implement the new evaluation system
  • Begin to design and flesh out a district process for teacher evaluation
  • Update Communication Plan
tpep core principles
TPEP Core Principles
  • The critical importance of teacher and leadership quality
  • The professional nature of teaching and leading a school
  • The complex relationship between the system for teacher and principal evaluation and district systems and negotiations
  • The belief in professional learning as an underpinning of the new evaluation system
  • The understanding that the career continuum must be addressed in the new evaluation system
  • The system must determine the balance of “inputs or acts” and “outputs or results”
polarity management
Polarity Management
  • Dilemma or tension among two values
  • Requires management rather than problem solving
  • Either/or perspective replaced by both/and
  • Both values in service of a higher purpose
  • Both values are good and necessary
  • Challenge is to manage the right balance


High Student Achievement

  • Benefits of Professional Growth
  • Benefits of Evaluation




  • Consequences for focusing too much on evaluation
  • Consequences of focusing too much on growth

Low Student Achievement


Take a moment to reflect on the current system in your district. Is there a balance of professional growth and evaluation?What factors contribute to your current reality?What might you need in order to reach your optimal state?

Team Discussion

close reading jigsaw
Close Reading Jigsaw
  • Groups of 4 are most ideal
  • Suggested heterogeneous group composition
    • Teacher
    • Principal/AP
    • Central Office Staff
    • Union Partner

Number off 1-4

  • Teams > 4, assign two people to 3 and 4
  • As you read, highlight assigned topic
    • practices already in place in your district
    • practices that are different than current practice
    • practices that are required by law
    • practices that are not required by law but support teacher growth
  • Whip – Each person shares what they learned (up to 3 minutes per person)
  • Whip – Each person identifies one implication for the work moving forward. Record on chart paper.
  • Continue whip until all implications are exhausted
student growth
Student Growth
  • Examine the three student growth criteria
  • Identify implications and decisions
  • Brainstorm possible assessments
  • What evidence/artifacts would be necessary in order to rate these portions of the rubric?