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Standard 4: What’s your Evidence???. Maribeth Calabro I3 Coordinator Teacher Evaluation Specialist April 29, 2013. 4.1 Reflecting on Teaching.

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Standard 4 what s your evidence

Standard 4: What’s your Evidence???

Maribeth Calabro

I3 Coordinator

Teacher Evaluation Specialist

April 29, 2013


4 1 reflecting on teaching
4.1 Reflecting on Teaching

  • The educator/teacher should provide a thoughtful, detailed reflection on their teaching: including specific examples and the strengths of each; similarly offering alternative actions and the probable success of the alternative actions.

  • This is the LESSON REFLECTION!!

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4 2 communicating with families evidence examples
4.2 Communicating with Families-Evidence Examples

  • Parent engagement newsletter

  • Phone call/email logs

  • Post cards/notes home

  • Meetings w/parents attendance

  • PLP contact forms

  • Websites/PTO/Twitter

  • Class Celebrations/P/T Conf. attendance

  • Any other documents created by the teacher which show ongoing communications with families.


4 3 showing professionalism evidence examples
4.3 Showing Professionalism-Evidence Examples

  • Maintaining IEP/PLP timelines

  • Up to date Medicaid Billing

  • PLP’s/ Progress Reports

  • Tracking Sheets

  • Maintaining Required Data Inputting

  • Adhering to Deadlines

  • Committees

  • Volunteering

  • Record Keeping Binders

  • Portfolio notes

  • DIBELS/Progress Monitoring etc


4 3 evidence continued
4.3 Evidence continued

  • Active Participation on sub-committee’s/ILT’s/SIT/TST

  • Professional Development log from MLP

  • Maintaining Confidentiality of students

  • Alternate Assessment preparation

  • Any other evidence determined by the teacher.

  • All evidence should be created in a format that the teacher is comfortable with and should not be determined for said teacher.


4 3 evidence continued1
4.3 Evidence continued

  • Active Participation on sub-committee’s/ILT’s/SIT/TST

  • Professional Development log from MLP

  • Maintaining Confidentiality of students

  • Alternate Assessment preparation

  • Any other evidence determined by the teacher.

  • All evidence should be created in a format that the teacher is comfortable with and should not be determined for said teacher.


4 4 growing and developing professionally evidence examples
4.4 Growing and Developing Professionally-Evidence Examples

  • Professional Development profile from MLP

  • Common Planning Time-Notes

  • Professional Organizations

  • Professional Committees/Boards etc

  • Outside Professional Organizations

  • Collaboration efforts across grade/contents

  • Volunteering at School-wide events

  • PGG Evidence

  • All evidence should be created in a format that the teacher is comfortable with and should not be determined for said teacher.


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