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Central Ohio RttT Team. Scott Spears – Regional Coordinator Greg Sampson – Regional Specialist Mark Yoho – Regional Specialist Tim Hilborn – Regional Specialist. Session Target. Participants will ask questions around the implementation of OTES. Let’s start with a question:.

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Central ohio rttt team
Central Ohio RttT Team

Scott Spears – Regional Coordinator

Greg Sampson – Regional Specialist

Mark Yoho – Regional Specialist

Tim Hilborn – Regional Specialist


Session target

Session Target

Participants will ask questions around the

implementation of OTES.


Let s start with a question

Let’s start with a question:

What questions might you have around the implementation of OTES?


Ok we will ask the first question

OK…We will ask the first question:

What are the ramifications of selecting the OTES as the evaluation tool for our school district?


Some of the answers questions
Some of the Answers…Questions

  • We have selected OTES as our instrument.

    • Who will train teachers? When/How?

    • What will the training include:

      • How will you teach the teachers about the Framework?

      • How will you teach the teachers about Student Growth Measures?

      • What documents will you use?

    • Who will train new teachers and teachers new to the district? (Subsequent years)

    • Who will train the principals? (Subsequent years)

      • OTES…yet the local components take some training?


Regardless the system
Regardless the system

  • What documents need created/altered or provided for the system?

  • Where will the documents housed?

  • How will you inform stakeholders?

  • How will updates be communicated?


Some of the answers questions1
Some of the Answers…Questions

  • Will your LEA have Hard Copies, Electronic Copies or a combination?

  • Where will documents be stored once completed?

  • Will there be a hard copy, of all documents?

    • Where will these be stored?

    • For how long?

  • If all copies are electronic where will they be stored?

    • In eTPES…who will train the end users on how to do this…when?

    • In a “file”.


Some of the answers questions2
Some of the Answers…Questions

  • Concerning SLO’s

    • What form’s’ will SLO’s be written on?

    • When are SLO’s due? To whom?

    • What is the process for approval/disapproval?

    • What is the timeline for approval/disapproval

    • What is the timeline/process for resubmitted SLO’s?

    • Who is on the SLO Committee? What is the composition?

    • How do you get on the committee…how do you get off the committee?

    • How often will the committee meet…where?

    • Who will lead the committee? How will this be decided?

    • What guidelines will be established for the use of assessments?

    • What procedures will be established for new teachers and teachers in new assignments?

    • What criteria will be established defining “evidence”?


Some of the answers questions3
Some of the Answers…Questions

  • Issues to Consider around assessments:

    • What guidelines will be established for the use of assessments on SLO’s?

      • Can teachers make their own assessments?

      • Can teachers grade their own assessments?

      • What guidelines will be established for rigor?

      • What assessment literacy training and ground rules will be established?

      • What guidelines for establishing growth targets will be established?

      • When will assessment data be due? To whom? In/On what form?


Some of the answers questions4
Some of the Answers…Questions

  • Issues to Consider:

    • What procedures will be established for new teachers and teachers in new assignments?

      • How will you insure that new teachers and teachers in new assignments know what students should know and be able to do by the end of the course.

      • How will you insure that new teachers and teachers in new assignments know where students are upon entering the grade or course?

      • How will your LEA establish baseline or trend data?


Some of the answers questions5
Some of the Answers…Questions

  • Issues to Consider:

    • Who will categorize teachers into:

      • Category A

      • Category A1

      • Category B

      • Category C

    • How will this categorization be communicated?

    • How and when will teachers be introduced to Growth Plans?

    • How and when will teachers be introduced to Improvement Plans?

    • How will Growth Plans, Improvement Plans and a teachers IPDP be related?

    • What forms will be used?

    • How will the forms be “evaluated” for completion? When?

    • Where will the forms be once completed/approved?


Student growth measures
Student Growth Measures

What percentages will your district attribute to each category?

What are the ramifications?


Student growth measures1
Student Growth Measures

Category A1 – All Value Added Teacher Level Reports

2013-14

Value Added (26 – 50%)

+ Student Learning Outcomes (SLO’s)

+ Shared Attribution

SGM (50%)


Student growth measures2
Student Growth Measures

Category A1 – All Value Added Teacher Level Reports

2014-15

Value Added

SGM (50%)


Student growth measures3
Student Growth Measures

Category B – Teacher with ODE Approved Assessments

2013-14

Approved Assessment (10 – 50%)

+ Student Learning Outcomes (SLO’s)

+ Shared Attribution

SGM (50%)


Student growth measures4
Student Growth Measures

Category C: Student Learning Outcomes (SLO’s)

SLO – 1

+ SLO – 2

+ Shared Attribution (Possibly)

SGM (50%)


Student growth measure rating

Student Growth Measure Rating

50% of Final Summative Rating



TEACHER “DESIGNATION”

Ineffective

Accomplished

Developing

Proficient



Ohio teacher evaluation system otes
Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES)

  • Policy Decisions:

  • What procedures will be approved for “Accomplished” Teachers?

    • The Board may elect, by adopt of a resolution, to evaluate each teacher who received a rating of “Accomplished” on the teacher’s most recent evaluation conducted under this section once every two school years. In that case, the biennial evaluation shall be completed by the first day of May of the applicable school year, and the teacher shall receive a written report of the results of the evaluation by the 10th of May.

    • Who does the Board designate as “Credentialed Evaluators”?


Credentialed evaluators
Credentialed Evaluators:

  • Evaluators must be credentialed by ODE and can include the following:

    • Under contract with board and hold superintendent, asst. superintendent, or principal license.

    • Under contract with board and hold vocational director, administrative specialist, or supervisor license.

    • A person designated to conduct evaluations under agreement entered into by the board

    • A person designated to conduct evaluations under agreement for peer review entered into by board and representatives of teachers employed by board.

    • A person employed by an entity contracted by the board (i.e. ESC) and having proper license.







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