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KEEP Priorities for Leadership & Curriculum Leaders. April 19, 2013 Bill Bagshaw, KSDE. 5 Topics to Prioritize. Multiple Measures Inter-Rater Reliability Evaluation Goal Selection Evaluating the Building Leader KEEP Repository. Multiple Measures. Consider state assessments as expected

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Keep priorities for leadership curriculum leaders

KEEP Priorities for Leadership & Curriculum Leaders

April 19, 2013

Bill Bagshaw, KSDE

5 topics to prioritize
5 Topics to Prioritize

  • Multiple Measures

  • Inter-Rater Reliability

  • Evaluation Goal Selection

  • Evaluating the Building Leader

  • KEEP Repository

Multiple measures
Multiple Measures

  • Consider state assessments as expected

  • Include assessment measures currently in use in your district

  • Shared credit/responsibility for student growth

  • Time for student growth 1-3 years

Multiple measures match up
Multiple Measures Match-Up

  • Activity – 15 cards, 3 categories, place 5 cards in each category

  • The 3 categories are:

    • Core Content Teachers

    • Non Core Content Teachers

    • Building Leaders

Inter rater reliability
Inter-Rater Reliability


    Reliability refers to the consistency of an assessment.


    School district evaluators attend professional learning activities that address the issue of reliability relative to using the KEEP Rubrics.

    The same expectations apply to districts using an evaluation system other than KEEP.

Evaluation goal selection
Evaluation Goal Selection

  • District Goals

  • Building Goals

  • Individual Goals

  • It is recommended that each educator selects two goals per evaluation cycle:

    • A district or building level goal,

    • A personal goal mutually agreed upon by the evaluator and the evaluatee.

Evaluating the building leader
Evaluating the Building Leader

  • What does that look like?

  • Multiple Measures selected?

  • Timeline for Evaluation?

    • 1 Cycle

    • 2 Cycles

Keep registration process
KEEP Registration Process

Game With PRIZES!!

How to Get Registered in KEEP?

  • Teams of up to 3 – get out your Smart Phone, Laptop, iPads, etc. Connect to the Internet

  • 9 Possible Steps

  • Take List and Put In Order

  • Team with most Correct Answers WINS!!

Keep how to register game answers
KEEP How to Register Game Answers

  • District must have entered educator’s data in EDCS before the educator can register in Authenticated Applications

  • Educator must register for access to KEEP through Authenticated Applications and select a User Name and Password

  • Educator must then click on either Register or Manage My Account to add KEEP

  • Educator will click on the check box next to Keep and then select Educator Update

  • Educator must verify their KSDE Licensing Number (Educator ID) and their Social Security Number.

  • When KEEP Repository registration is complete the educator will receive an e-mail indicating they have been approved for access to KEEP.

  • Educator can then use their new Log-In to access KEEP

  • Educator will now see KEEP listed in their KSDE Web Applications links

  • Educator can go into Authenticated Applications and select KEEP to enter the KEEP Repository

  • Educators must log into KEEP at least one time in order for all data to populate KEEP

Keep districts as of 4 8 2013
KEEP Districts as of 4-8-2013

10 minutes for questions
10 Minutes for Questions ??


Bill Bagshaw, Assistant Director

Teacher Licensure & Accreditation

[email protected]


Dr. Scott Myers

Director, Teacher Licensure and Accreditation

Accreditation field test
Accreditation Field Test

Thirty-five districts have agreed to participate in the accreditation field test in Spring 2013. Volunteer districts were initially recruited from the QPA Advisory Council and the Council of Superintendents. In all, 23 districts volunteered and all were included in the field test. The remaining 12 districts were personally invited to participate based on their location and size.The field test will run from February 1-April 5, 2013.

Potential conversation
Potential Conversation

  • Where are we today?

  • Preliminary field test findings

  • Timelines

  • Questions?