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Freehold Borough Teacher Evaluation System. Freehold Intermediate School Friday – February 15, 2013. Rich Pepe Director of Curriculum & Instruction. Background: DEAC Accomplishments. Marzano Model & iObservation Data Management Tool Category Weights for Summative Rating Calculation

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freehold borough teacher evaluation system

Freehold BoroughTeacher Evaluation System

Freehold Intermediate School

Friday – February 15, 2013

Rich Pepe

Director of Curriculum & Instruction

background deac accomplishments
Background: DEAC Accomplishments
  • Marzano Model & iObservation Data Management Tool
  • Category Weights for Summative Rating Calculation
  • Student Growth Objective (SGO) rubric-based model for measuring student academic growth
  • Communication Plan
    • Teacher Evaluation Webpage on District Website
    • Email Correspondences (DEAC Minutes, other updates)
    • Marzano Element of the Week
    • Presentations – faculty meetings, BOE meetings
    • Training Session Follow Up Surveys
background deac in progress
Background: DEAC – In Progress
  • Develop assessments to be used for SGO’s in Non Tested Grades & Subjects (NTGS)
  • Design long range training plan for teachers and administrators
    • Marzano Elements
    • iObservation Data Management Tool
    • Writing SGO’s
background deac next steps
Background: DEAC – Next Steps
  • Develop teacher evaluation procedures, forms, and protocols
  • Provide recommendations and guidance to the Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC) regarding future Marzano and iObservation professional development
  • Schedule practice observations
  • Collect feedback from teachers and administrators involved with practice observations
  • Select focus elements for first year of implementation
njdoe guidance teacher practice already provided
NJDOE Guidance: Teacher Practice- Already Provided
  • Approved instruments
  • Approved vendors
  • Implementation timelines
  • Method for measuring student performance
  • Parameters for summative rating categories
  • General Responsibilities of the School Improvement Panel (ScIP)
    • Oversee mentoring
    • Conduct Evaluations
    • Identify Professional Development Opportunities
njdoe guidance teacher practice still to come
NJDOE Guidance: Teacher Practice- Still to Come
  • Required # and duration of classroom observations
  • Specific responsibilities of the School Improvement Panel (ScIP) members
  • Requirements for summative rating calculation
  • Measures of student achievment
  • Mentoring
  • Individualized professional development
  • Corrective action plans

NOTE: Proposed regulations will be publicized on March 6, 2013 – Final regulations are expected to go into effect in October

snapshot of new system measures of student achievement
Snapshot of New SystemMeasures of Student Achievement
  • Tested Grades/Subjects
    • 35% = mSGP (median Student Growth Percentile)
    • 15 % = SGO (Student Growth Objective)
  • Non-Tested Grades/Subjects (NTGS)
    • 50% = SGO’s (1-2)
slide8

NTGS 101: Student Growth Objective Overview

Different types of Student Growth Objectives: Student Growth Objectives can take many different forms

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slide9

NTGS 101: Specific Student Growth Objective

Specific Objective: Examples

The word “specific objective” would likely be used to identify anything that does not cover your general population or is not a cumulative test

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slide10

NTGS 101: Pilot Districts

Student Achievement Goals (SAGs): Pilot Districts were given the recommendation to use SAGs for the 2012 – 2013 school year

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NTGS 101: Pilot Districts

Student Achievement Goals (SAGs): Pilot Districts were given the recommendation to use SAGs for the 2012 – 2013 school year

general epac growth objective ego
General EPAC Growth Objective (EGO)
  • Increase meeting participant satisfaction rate over the course of one meeting
slide13

Where We’ve Been

We provided an example of how to set an SGO…

Teacher: Carl Blanchard Subject: Lab Biology Grade: 11 Sections: 4 Number of students: 82

slide14

Where We’ve Been

…and how to score an SGO at the end of the year

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snapshot of new system measures of teacher practice
Snapshot of New SystemMeasures of Teacher Practice
  • 50% = summative evaluation ratings based on Marzano Model scales
    • Innovating (4)
    • Applying (3)
    • Developing (2)
    • Beginning (1)
    • Not Using (0)
      • NOTE: “Not Using” refers to strategies that are expected and not present. This is not the same as “Not Observed” which means the strategy is not being rated in a given observation.
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