Hart County Schools. 2014-2015 Certified Evaluation Plan August 4, 2014 Presented by Wesley Waddle, Ed.D. Quick history of pges. KDE/KBE Directive: PGES shall serve as the foundation of evaluation system (or develop an alternative plan which meets the same requirements)
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Certified Evaluation Plan
August 4, 2014
Presented by Wesley Waddle, Ed.D.
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH & EFFECTIVENESS SYSTEM
STUDENT GROWTH GOAL
Student Voice Survey
State Growth Goal
Local Growth Goal
Staff Data Notebook
Evaluator Observations (3)
Basis for 2014-2015 personnel decisions
Implemented but not used for personnel decisions
Implemented for formative use only; never evaluative
For the 2014-2015 school year, all procedures that apply to teachers will be based on their current evaluation cycle to promote professional growth and comprehension of the PGES. However, decisions related to employment for teachers shall be based solely on results of the primary evaluator’s rating of “Professional Practice” using supervisor observation data. All other certified professionals shall be evaluated under the prior CEP as described in the “Other Certified Professionals” section.
Tentatively in 2015-2016, teacher effectiveness will be measured by . . .
AN OVERALL RATING FOR STUDENT GROWTH
AN OVERALL RATING FOR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
OVERALL PERFORMACE RATING:
Ineffective, Developing, Accomplished, Exemplary
“Try to live in Accomplished but visit Exemplary.”
*NOTE: Beginning in 2015-2016, a tenured teacher’s observation cycle and/or professional growth plan process may change based on the overall ratings for Professional Practice and Student Growth Goals.
For summative purposes, SGG evaluations shall be averaged for the three-year evaluation cycle. For teachers with both a state and local SGG contribution in any given year, the results shall be weighted per year (60% local SGG and 40% state SGG).
For teachers having both a local and state growth goal for a three-year period, the SGG overall rating would be determined by the formula below.
SGG Overall Rating = State Three-Year Average x .40 + Local Three-Year Average x .60
Three-Year State Average (68.7) x 40% = 27.48
Three-Year Local Average (74) x 60% = 44.4
27.48 + 44.4 = 71.88 (Developing)
NOTE: For 2014-2015, only the “Professional Practice Rating” column shall be used for evaluation purposes.