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TI Three Year Hiring Results. Three year TI Progress By Level. Three year TI Progress By Cluster. Gallup TeacherInsight ™ 2.0. TeacherInsight ™ 2.0. A new interview which builds on a proven knowledge base The original TI used the standards of teacher ratings by principals and students

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TeacherInsight™ 2.0
  • A new interview which builds on a proven knowledge base
  • The original TI used the standards of teacher ratings by principals and students
  • 2.0 is based on a study of teachers (1,000 and 13,000 candidates) whose students have grown academically, regardless of the beginning level of the student
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TeacherInsight™ 2.0
  • 2.0 measures a different set of attributes than TI, thus it can be expected that the applicants score will differ if they complete both assessments.
  • February 1, 2011 launch of 2.0.
  • Candidate may re-take within one year.
  • Need 40 minutes of uninterrupted time
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TeacherInsight™ Assessment Score

As of the end of March, 40,000 applicants have completed the 2.0 TI

Median Score = 72

Mean Score= 72.6

Top Quartile Score= 78

72 will be the reference point for PISD

Approvals by your supervisor will be required for scores less than 72

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TeacherInsight™ Assessment Score
  • Starting with the highest-scoring candidates and “drilling down” in the pool will provide the best return on principals' interview time investment.
  • Apply the PISD Rubric for knowledge and skill.
  • Complete the FIT on your finalists. FIT allows opportunity to hear candidates’ responses to questions that sample information assessed in the TI.
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2.0 new Talent Dimension Report
  • The TDR provides a wealth of information that is descriptive of candidates’ talent
  • TDR provides bar graphs that compare an individual candidate to the comparison group across 3 domains
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Interpreting the TeacherInsight™Assessment Score
  • Achievement Drive, Student and Parent Relationships, Classroom Structure and Planning
  • The Talent Dimensional Report (TDR) will indicate potential at the elementary and secondary levels. P or HP
  • An Engagement Creation Indexwill indicate a candidate’s potential for involving and engaging others among team or co-workers. P or HP
interpreting the talent assessment score
Interpreting the Talent Assessment Score

Talent Dimensional Report (TDR) components provide greater insight into a candidate’s relative talents and indicate how two candidates, sharing the same overall score, differ in their talent areas

teacherinsight domains achievement drive
TeacherInsight™ DomainsAchievement Drive

Describes the individual’s motivation to enable students to succeed in the classroom

  • Inner drive to succeed
  • History of success
  • Push themselves and students
  • Confident of creating student success
  • Use measurement systems, goals, monitor progress
  • Focus and take ownership on student success
teacherinsight domains classroom structure and planning
TeacherInsight™ DomainsClassroom Structure and Planning

These teachers are thoughtful and creative while establishing a sense of order in the classroom

  • Seek what works think about new approaches to teaching, learning, and discovery
  • Create structure
  • Own classroom inputs and outputs
  • Search for new ideas, strategies
  • Are busy, active, well prepared
  • Sought for skills, knowledge
teacherinsight domains student and parent relationships
TeacherInsight™ DomainsStudent and Parent Relationships

Strong relationships are the foundation for creating a successful learning environment

  • Need to contribute
  • See an individual student- make a commitment to understanding and developing every student
  • Satisfaction from student growth
  • Communicate caring
  • Create excitement around learning, energetic, generate positive feelings
  • Relationships outside the classroom with parents and peers are equally important
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Sample and “live” data

Elementary Indicator


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Sample and “live” data

Secondary Indicator


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Sample and “live” data

Engagement Creation Index