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Overview of PGES. The Why (Waiver & Strategic Plan) Aligned to research: MET Study Components : Framework/Multiple Measures Pilot Requirements Timeline. Targets for our session:. From Qualified to Effective. ESEA Waiver u sed for continual improvement; differentiate performance

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Targets for our session

The Why (Waiver & Strategic Plan)

Aligned to research: MET Study

Components: Framework/Multiple Measures

Pilot Requirements

Timeline

Targets for our session:


From qualified to effective
From Qualified to Effective

ESEA Waiver

  • used for continual improvement;

  • differentiate performance

  • use multiple, valid measures

  • evaluate regularly

  • provide useful feedback,

  • used to inform personnel decisions 


Lessons from the measures of effective teaching met project

Testimony of Dr. Steve Cantrell to the

U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education.

February 28, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYgq63Xn8ZQ&feature=player_embedded

Lessons from the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Project


  • Make meaningful distinctions

  • Prioritize support and feedback

  • Use data for decisions at all levels

  • Monitor validity

  • Ensure reliability

  • Assure accuracy


Proposed multiple measures

Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System

Observation

Student Voice

PeerObservation

Self Reflection

ProfessionalGrowth

Proposed Multiple Measures

All measures are

supported through

evidence.

Student Growth


Explanation of multiple measures

Quantitative measure of the impact a teacher or principal has on a student (or set of students) as measured by student growth goal setting and student growth percentiles.

Student Growth

Process of a peer observing another’s professional practice and observable behaviors, providing supportive and constructive feedback for formative purposes

Peer Observation

Student feedback around teacher performance based on survey data

Explanation of Multiple Measures

Professional Growth

Increased effectiveness resulting from experiences that develop an educator’s skills, knowledge, expertise and other characteristics

Critical self-examination of practice on a regular basis to deepen knowledge, expand repertoire of skills and incorporate findings to improve practice

Self Reflection

Student Voice

Observation

Evaluator’s observation, documentation and feedback on a teacher’s professional practices and observable behaviors

SUPPORTED BY

Documents or demonstrations that indicates proof of a particular

descriptor. Should be a natural by-product created through

the process of teaching

Evidence


The observation process
The Observation Process has on a student (or set of students) as measured by student growth goal setting and student growth percentiles.

Principal/Supervisor

  • provide documentation

  • provide feedback

  • measure the effectiveness of professional practice

    Peer (formative)

  • collaborative process

  • provide supportive and constructive feedback


Self reflection and growth

A process by which teachers assess the effectiveness of: has on a student (or set of students) as measured by student growth goal setting and student growth percentiles.

their instructional planning,

lesson implementation,

content knowledge

beliefs and dispositions

Self-reflection and Growth


Student voice
Student Voice has on a student (or set of students) as measured by student growth goal setting and student growth percentiles.

  • Caringabout students (Encouragement and Support)

  • Captivating students (Learning Seems Interesting and Relevant)

  • Conferring with students (Students Sense their Ideas are Respected)

  • Controlling behavior (Culture of Cooperation and Peer Support)

  • Clarifying lessons (Success Seems Feasible)

  • Challenging students (Press for Effort, Perseverance and Rigor)

  • Consolidating knowledge (Ideas get Connected and Integrated)


  • Student Growth Measures has on a student (or set of students) as measured by student growth goal setting and student growth percentiles.

  • Goal Setting for Student Growth

  • Applies to all teachers

  • Student Growth Percentiles

  • Applies to grades 4 – 8 reading & math


Questions
Questions? has on a student (or set of students) as measured by student growth goal setting and student growth percentiles.


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