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Tie oelrichs pd by melanie hurley maggie austin janet hensley barb rowenhorst

TIE Oelrichs PD

by Melanie Hurley, Maggie Austin, Janet Hensley, Barb Rowenhorst


Tie oelrichs pd by melanie hurley maggie austin janet hensley barb rowenhorst

Agenda


What are the qualities of a good teacher

What are the qualities of a good teacher?

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlpBZPLJ0lA


Tie oelrichs pd by melanie hurley maggie austin janet hensley barb rowenhorst

Determining Teacher Effectiveness

Using multiple measures of professional practice and student learning

South Dakota Framework for Teaching

Student Growth

Domain 1

Domain 2

Domain 3

Domain 4

SLOs

SLOs

State Assessments

(as one measure if available)

District Assessments

Evaluator-Approved Assessments

Instruction

Planning and Preparation

Classroom Environment

Professional Responsibilities

  • Classroom Observations and Evidence of Effective Practice

  • Components from Each of the 4 Domains

  • At Least 8 Components Chosen Based on District or School Priorities

Professional Practice Rating

Growth Rating

Summative Rating Matrix

Professional Oversight: Is the rating fair and accurate based on the evidence

and data shared by the teacher

Differentiated Performance Categories

Below Expectations

Meets Expectations

Exceeds Expectations


Domain 2 and 3 are observable

Domain 2 and 3 are Observable

  • Domain 2: The Classroom Environment

  • Domain 3: Instruction


Domain 1 and 4

Domain 1 and 4

  • Domain 1: Planning and Preparation

  • Domain 2: Professional Responsibilities


Year 2014 2015

Year 2014-2015

  • Practice year for Danielson and SLOs

  • All schools are required to choose at least one domain from each category. The recommendation is to choose 2 domains from each category.


Group think and share

Group Think and Share

  • Share with a partner

  • What do you like about the Danielson model?

  • How might you implement the Danielson model?

  • What are you wondering about with the Danielson model?


Tie oelrichs pd by melanie hurley maggie austin janet hensley barb rowenhorst

Determining Teacher Effectiveness

Using multiple measures of professional practice and student learning

South Dakota Framework for Teaching

Student Growth

Domain 1

Domain 2

Domain 3

Domain 4

SLOs

SLOs

State Assessments

(as one measure if available)

District Assessments

Evaluator-Approved Assessments

Instruction

Planning and Preparation

Classroom Environment

Professional Responsibilities

  • Classroom Observations and Evidence of Effective Practice

  • Components from Each of the 4 Domains

  • At Least 8 Components Chosen Based on District or School Priorities

Professional Practice Rating

Growth Rating

Summative Rating Matrix

Professional Oversight: Is the rating fair and accurate based on the evidence

and data shared by the teacher

Differentiated Performance Categories

Below Expectations

Meets Expectations

Exceeds Expectations


Summative scoring matrix

Summative Scoring Matrix

Summative Teacher Effectiveness Rating Categories

Judgment

Rating Subject

to Review

Below Expectations

Meets Expectations

Exceeds Expectations


The slo process

The SLO Process

SLO Development

SLO Process Guide

Prioritize Learning Content

What do I want my students to be able to know and do?

SLO Approval

Analyze data and develop baselines

Where are my students starting?

Ongoing Communication

Select or develop an assessment

What assessments are available?

Write growth goal

What can I expect my students to achieve?

Prepare for Summative


Slo process guide

SLO Process Guide


Slo quality checklist

SLO Quality Checklist


Make connections danielson slo

Make ConnectionsDanielson + SLO

  • With a partner share

  • How is an SLO similar to what we have already been doing?

  • How could creating an SLO enhance student engagement?


Teacher quotes

Teacher Quotes

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KWA0iKh6Cs


Next steps planning for next year

Next Steps – Planning for Next Year

  • Look at staff assessment results

  • Make 3 observations

  • Make 2 possible next steps

  • Make 1 connection to the Teacher Effectiveness Model (Danielson and SLO)


Let s put the pieces together

Let’s Put the Pieces Together

  • How does learning targets fit into assessment formative and summative?

  • How does SLOs fit into learning targets?

  • How does SLOS fit into

    Danielson?


Share

Share

  • Discuss with a partner

  • Share main points of your discussion in a picture

    Most Formative – More Formative – More Summative – Most Summative


Small group work time

Small Group – Work Time

  • Aventa Teachers – Share with Maggie

  • All other Teachers – Directions to follow


Planning

Planning

  • Look at next series of lessons/unit

  • Map out the following:

  • Standards

  • Learning Targets

  • Formative Assessments

  • Mid-point assessments and plan for how and what you will do for students who are not learning content

  • Summative Assessments


Planning is like a book

Planning is like a book…

  • Title of the book – Big Idea of the Learning Content – Essential Learning

  • Table of Contents – Learning targets for each lesson

  • Chapters – Details of each lesson, activities


While you plan

While you plan….

  • ASK yourself

    • Does my standard match the learning target?

    • Does my formative assessment match the standard and learning target?

    • Do my lesson match the standard and learning target?

    • Does my summative assessment match the standards and the learning targets?


Plan for next year

Plan for Next Year

  • Focused Goals….

  • What are the next steps in planning and curriculum mapping?

  • How and when will this be accomplished?

  • How will we know we have reached our goals?


Janet hensley s review of tie s involvement with oelrichs

Janet Hensley’s Review of TIE’s involvement with Oelrichs


Staff share personal celebrations

Staff Share Personal Celebrations


I m a teacher an educator s anthem

I'm a Teacher: An Educator's Anthem

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RelL-PdcCSk


Survey monkey

Survey Monkey

  • https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WWZRFJQ


Tie oelrichs pd by melanie hurley maggie austin janet hensley barb rowenhorst

From the TIE staff,

We all thank you for learning with us. It has been an honor to work with you all!


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