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Teacher Evaluation System. LSKD Site Administrator Training August 6, 2014. LKSD Committee. 4 Teachers 4 Principals 2 Classified Staff 2 Board Members 2 District Administrators 2 Facilitators. Evaluation Training Components. Background information: NCLB Flexibility Waiver

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Teacher evaluation system

Teacher Evaluation System

LSKD Site Administrator Training

August 6, 2014


Lksd committee

LKSD Committee

  • 4 Teachers

  • 4 Principals

  • 2 Classified Staff

  • 2 Board Members

  • 2 District Administrators

  • 2 Facilitators


Evaluation training components

Evaluation Training Components

  • Background information: NCLB Flexibility Waiver

  • COMPONENT 1: Teacher Performance Evaluation

  • COMPONENT 2: Student Learning Measures

  • COMPONENT 3: Evaluation Outcomes


Nclb flexibility waiver

NCLB Flexibility Waiver

  • Adopted by State Board, June 2013

  • Eliminated AYP Rating system

  • New Standards for Language Arts and Math

  • New Student Assessment System

  • New School Accountability/Rating system

    • (ASPI Score, Star Ratings, Priority/Focus Schools)

  • New Educator Evaluation system


Educator evaluation system

Educator Evaluation System

  • Based on current State Teaching Standards

  • Incorporates State Cultural Standards

  • Addition of ‘Student Learning Measure’ Standard

  • Requires a summary “Level of Support” designation

  • Requires a summary “Overall Rating” for state/federal reporting purposes


Evaluation training components1

Evaluation Training Components

  • Background information: NCLB Flexibility Waiver

  • COMPONENT 1: Teacher Performance Evaluation

  • COMPONENT 2: Student Learning Measures

  • COMPONENT 3: Evaluation Outcomes


Educator evaluation requirements

Educator Evaluation Requirements

Results & Actions

Evaluation Components

Information Sources

Performance Rating on each of the

eight (8) standards.

  • Unsatisfactory

  • Basic

  • Proficient

  • Exemplary

Unsatisfactory on 1 or more standard

Plan of Improvement

Understanding

Student Needs

Differentiation

District Support

OR

Plan of Professional Growth (optional)

Basic on 2 or more standards

Content Knowledge

& Instruction

Cultural Standards

Assessment

Proficient or higher on 7 standards and basic or higher on 1 standard.

__________

Exceeds the districts performance standards (as determined by the district)

Professional Learning Focus for district & teacher.

________

Annual Evaluation Alternative for the following school year

(as determined by the district)

Learning

Environment

Family & Community

Professional Practice

Student Learning Standard

  • Observations (district may select a nationally recognized framework approved by the department)

  • Information from parents, students, etc.

  • Other information

    (as determined by the district)

*Two to four valid, reliable measures of student growth includingstatewide assessments


Performance evaluation task list

Performance EvaluationTASK LIST

  • Consider evaluation models ✔

  • Review/revise Indicators and rubrics ✔

  • Cross-walk with state teaching standards ✔

  • Incorporate Cultural Standards ✔

  • Include evaluation input from teachers, parents, students ✔

  • Develop ‘rules’ to determine domain ratings ✔

  • External Validation and Consultation ✔


Evaluation training components2

Evaluation Training Components

  • Background information: NCLB Flexibility Waiver

  • COMPONENT 1: Teacher Performance Evaluation

  • COMPONENT 2: Student Learning Measures

  • COMPONENT 3: Evaluation Outcomes


Student learning data

Student Learning Data

  • Assessments: list of assessments for use ✔

  • Student Learning Objectives model ✔

  • Value-Added model ✔

  • Develop scoring index, values ✔

  • Develop ‘rules’ for calculating Student Learning Data ✔


Student learning measures guidance document

Student Learning Measures:Guidance Document

  • Placeholder


Student learning measures

Student Learning Measures

  • Domain 4 of LKSD Evaluation Form

  • Guidance Document in draft form (Dr. Whitely)

  • Key Decisions:

    • All teachers use 3 measures

      • State Assessment (AMP)

      • District identified normed assessment (ex: MAPS, Aimsweb)

      • Teacher developed or identified curriculum assessments

    • Teachers who teach in non-tested areas will identify appropriate sub- skill areas in the state assessment that apply to subject.

    • SLO: the management tool for assessment and data goals

    • Assessments/SLO’s to include at least 60% of students taught

    • Attendance rate threshold for inclusion in data calculations


Slo forms

SLO forms


Evaluation training components3

Evaluation Training Components

  • Background information: NCLB Flexibility Waiver

  • COMPONENT 1: Teacher Performance Evaluation

  • COMPONENT 2: Student Learning Measures

  • COMPONENT 3: Evaluation Outcomes


Results vs reporting

Results vs. Reporting

Evaluation Results

District Reporting

Leads to professional learning, district support, and/or plan of improvement

Confidential—between administrator(s) and the individual being evaluated

Educator evaluations provide the information the district will use to calculate the overall rating

Number and percentage of educators at each overall ratings will be reported to the department by each school district beginning in July 2016

Information will only be made available to the public at levels that maintain individual confidentiality


Linking levels of performance to results actions

Linking Levels of Performance to Results & Actions

Plan of Improvement

Unsatisfactory on 1 or more standard

District Support

OR

Plan of Professional Growth (optional)

Basic on 2 or more standards

Proficient or higher on 7 standards and basic or higher on 1 standard.

______________

Exceeds the districts performance standards (as determined by the district)

Professional Learning Focus for district & teacher.

_______________

Annual Evaluation Alternative for the following school year

(as determined by the district)


Overall rating student learning data

Overall Rating & Student Learning Data

  • A district will evaluate whether an educator’s overall performance is exemplary, proficient, basic, or unsatisfactory.

  • A district shall include student learning data in teacher and administrator’s overall rating according to the following schedule:

    • SY 2015‐16 & SY 2016‐17, at least 20%

    • SY 2017‐18 at least 35%

    • SY 2018‐19 and after, at least 50%

  • A district may not give an educator an overall performance rating of proficient or higher if the educator has been evaluated to be performing at a level of basic or lower on one or more of the content standards or other criteria for which evaluation is required.


District reporting school year 2015 2016 school year 2016 2017

District Reporting School Year 2015-2016 & School Year 2016-2017

Student

Learning Standard

  • Exemplary

  • Proficient

  • Basic

  • Unsatisfactory

Rating on each of the 7 Content

Standards.

  • Exemplary

  • Proficient

  • Basic

  • Unsatisfactory

Alaska Teacher Standards

Student Learning Standard 20%

Understanding

Student Needs

Differentiation

Overall Rating

Content Knowledge

& Instruction

Cultural Standards

Assessment

Content

Standard

80%

Learning Environment

Student Learning Standards

Family & Community

Professional Practice

Basic or Unsatisfactory on any one standard

Proficient or higher on all standards

Unsatisfactory

Exemplary

Basic

Proficient

Student Learning Standards

Alaska Teacher Standards


Evaluation summary form

Evaluation Summary Form

  • Personnel File (201 file)

  • Training on the ‘mechanics’ of the document


Training example 1

Training Example 1

  • Determine Domain Ratings

  • Determine “Evaluation Summary and Level of Support”


Training example 2

Training Example 2

  • Determine Domain Ratings

  • Determine “Evaluation Summary and Level of Support”


Training example 3

Training Example 3

  • Determine Domain 4 Assessment rating

  • Determine Domain Ratings

  • Determine “Evaluation Summary and Level of Support”


Training examples 4 5 6

Training Examples 4, 5, 6

  • Determine “Overall Rating” for each of the 3 examples

  • Ex 4: Example 1, page 2

  • Ex 5: Example 2, page 2

  • Ex 6:Example 3, page 2


Discuss

Discuss:

  • What are some observations about the ‘Level of Support’ designation?

  • What are some observations about the ‘Overall Rating’ calculations?

  • How do the Level of Support and the Overall Rating differ?


Lksd implementation plan

LKSD Implementation Plan


Priority

Priority

  • Tool for data-driven reflective professional growth


Performance rubrics

Performance Rubrics

  • Domains A, B, C on LKSD Evaluation Form

  • Evaluator Calibration/Inter-rater reliability training

  • Pilot Implementation in 2014-15 for all teachers

  • Continued emphasis on SIOP structure

  • Incorporates:

    State Teaching Standards

    Elements of Marzano model

    Elements of Danielson model

    Cultural Standards

    Skip-logic design


Lksd implementation

LKSD Implementation

  • Teacher Training

  • Evaluator Training

  • Timelines

  • Inter-rater Reliability training for Evaluators

  • Multiple Evaluators

  • Stakeholder (parents/students) input forms

  • Web-based forms

  • Electronic Observation tools


Evaluation timelines

Evaluation Timelines

  • Student Learning Measure Conference:

    • September 30

  • Self-Assessment:

    • September 30

  • Tenured Teachers:

    • Minimum of 1 Evaluation cycle per year

    • Performance Domain evaluations due: February 28

  • Non-Tenured Teachers:

    • Minimum of 2 Evaluation cycles per year

    • Performance Domain evaluations due:

      • December 15

      • March 31


Observations

Observations

  • Minimum observations for each evaluation:

    • 2 walk-through observations (with feedback)

    • 1 informal observation

    • 1 formal observation

  • Definitions:

    • Walk-through Observation:

      • 1-5 minutes, unannounced, feedback (if used for evaluation)

    • Informal Observation:

      • 10-15 minutes, unannounced, feedback

    • Formal Observation:

      • 30 or more minutes, scheduled, pre and post observation conference, feedback

  • Multiple Observer process– Discussion

  • Electronic Observation Tools– Observe4success, Sept


Discuss1

Discuss

  • What do I really like about the evaluation system?

  • What do I need more training on?

  • Reflections on the sequencing and pacing of this training package

  • What are my big questions?


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