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what s wrong with teacher evaluation and how to fix it

What’s Wrong with Teacher Evaluation…And How to Fix It

May 17, 2013

James H. Stronge

strongeandassociates.com

influences on student achievement explained variance
Influences on Student Achievement:Explained Variance

Source: Hattie, J. Teachers make a difference: What is the research evidence.

Retrieved 20Nov08 from http://acer.edu.au/documents

estimates of dismissing ineffective teachers student achievement
Estimates of Dismissing Ineffective Teachers & Student Achievement

(Adapted from Hanushek, 2008) 

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Value of Adding Highly Effective Teacher

(Chetty, Friedman, & Rockoff, 2011)

value of highly effective teachers
Value of Highly Effective Teachers

Their students…

  • Are more likely to attend college
  • Are less likely to have children as teenagers
  • Earn more money (+$52,000)
  • Live in better neighborhoods
  • Save more for retirement

(Chetty, Friedman, & Rockoff, 2011)

most memorable teacher
Most Memorable Teacher

Write a word or phrase to describe your most memorable teacher.

which of these qualities is closest to your response
Which of these qualities is closest to your response?

Used cooperative learning

Gave great tests

Maintained control of the classroom

Had a major in mathematics

Cared about me

Made learning fun

Pushed me to succeed

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“The quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers.”

--How the World’s Best-Performing School Systems Come Out on Top (international study comparing OECD’s PISA)

reasons teachers leave
Reasons Teachers Leave

Source: Shakrani, 2008

problem
Problem

Observation

=

Evaluation

limitations of observation
Limitations of Observation
  • 3 to 4 classes per year (0.4% of performance)
  • Classroom responsibilities only
  • Subject to evaluator bias
  • Focus on process of teaching versus outcomes
  • Inspector model of evaluation
solution
Solution

Evaluation

Is A process,

not An event

problem1
Problem

Osmosis

osmosis
Osmosis
  • Molecule transfer - NO
  • Walk-throughs - NO
  • One-minute manager - NO
solution1
Solution

Evidence

Based

evaluation

multiple data sources
Multiple Data Sources
  • Observation
    • Formal
    • Informal
  • Portfolios
  • Student Surveys
  • Student Performance
problem2
Problem

SECRET

SYSTEM

slide23

Solution

Communicate

Communicate

communicate

count the f s
Count the F’s

FEATURE FILMS ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MOVIE MAKERS.

count the f s1
Count the F’s

FEATURE FILMS ARETHE RESULT OF YEARSOF SCIENTIFIC STUDYCOMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF MOVIE MAKERS.

problem3
Problem

fragmented

process

problem4
Problem

irrelevant

evaluation

the checklist
The Checklist

Cute bulletin board

Nice lesson plan

Level blinds

problem5
Problem

One point rating systems

grade inflation chicago 2003 04 2007 08
Grade InflationChicago: 2003-04 – 2007-08

Superior Excellent Satisfactory Unsatisfactory

25,332 9,176 2,232 149

New Teacher Project, Widget Effect, 2009

slide35

Solution

honest

evaluation

problem6
Problem

No impact

Evaluation

what happens with teacher evaluation
What Happens with Teacher Evaluation
  • 5% incompetent
  • 0.5% personnel action
  • No.1 personnel action: Transfer

P.D. Tucker, Dissertation, 2005

too typical evaluation
Too Typical Evaluation

No one hurt!

No one helped!

slide52

“…nothing, absolutely nothing has happened in education until it has happened to a student.”Carroll, J. M., (1994). The Copernican Plan evaluated: The evolution of a revolution. Topsfield, MA: Copernican Associates, Ltd., p. 87.

qualities of effective teachers
Qualities of Effective Teachers

EFFECTIVE TEACHERS

Background

Job Responsibilities and Practices

Prerequisites 3%

Implementing Instruction 12%

Classroom Management & Organization 12%

The Person 18%

Monitoring Student Progress & Potential 11%

Planning for Instruction 8%

Other

36%

slide56

Main Components

performance standard

performance INDICATORs

performance APPRAISAL RUBRIC

slide58

Teacher Performance Standard 1: Professional Knowledge

  • The teacher demonstrates an understanding of the curriculum, subject content, and the developmental needs of students by providing relevant learning experiences.
slide59

Teacher Performance Standard 2: Instructional Planning

  • The teacher plans using the school’s curriculum, effective strategies, resources, and data to meet the needs of all students.
slide60

Teacher Performance Standard 3: Instructional Delivery

  • The teacher effectively engages students in learning by using a variety of instructional strategies in order to meet individual learning needs.
slide61

Teacher Performance Standard 4: Assessment of/for Student Learning

  • The teacher systematically gathers, analyzes, and uses all relevant data to measure student academic progress, guide instructional content and delivery methods, and provide timely feedback to both students and parents throughout the school year.
slide62

Teacher Performance Standard 5: Learning Environment

  • The teacher uses resources, routines, and procedures to provide a respectful, positive, safe, student-centered environment that is conducive to learning.
slide63

Teacher Performance Standard 6: Communication and Advocacy

  • The teacher communicates effectively with students, school personnel, families, and the community to enhance, promote, and advocate for student learning.
slide64

Teacher Performance Standard 7: Professionalism

  • The teacher maintains a commitment to professional ethics, communicates effectively, and takes responsibility for and participates in professional growth that results in enhanced student learning.
slide65

Teacher Performance Standard 8: Student Academic Progress

  • The work of the teacher results in acceptable, measurable, and appropriate student academic progress.