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Table 1: Intro and Social Capital Table 2: Research Findings Table 3: Teacher Experience and Principals … All Tables : Applying Research to Practice
Teacher Evaluation Concepts Activity • Rationale: To provide participants with an opportunity to explore the various terminology that is related to teacher evaluation based on their own prior knowledge. • Procedure: • Working with a partner, remove the white cards from the bag. Arrange the cards on the table in a way that makes sense to you. • Once you have arranged the white cards, remove the set of green cards and incorporate them into your initial configuration.
Share with your table teams Report out to the group and engage in a Gallery Walk
Continuous Improvement Map Step 1 • Where you want to be
Wall Chart Rubric Activity Identifying Where We Want to Be
Wall Chart Rubric Activity How do you know? Evidence
Continuous Improvement Map Step 2 • Where you are
Collect Data How Do We Know? • Documentation Review • Informal/Formal Observation • Collegial Conversation
Continuous Improvement Map Step 3 • Closing the gaps
Closing the Gap Next Steps • PD Planning Sheet • Professional Growth Plans
Gathering Evidence Using the sheet from the NYSUT Rubric or the Pearson Rubric View the video lesson and • Gather objective evidence of instructional practices related to the indicators of your element. Locate those who gathered evidence for the same element as you and discuss evidence.
Gathering Evidence Using the NYSUT or Pearson Rubric individually assign a rating for each indicator. In your table groups compare your ratings. Discuss similarities and differences. Come to consensus on a rating based on collective evidence. Share with entire group.
Doug Reeve’s Quote from Leading Change in Your Schools “The essential message is not, “You are broken and I am here to fix you.” Rather the message is “You are so valuable and worthy, our mission is so vital, and the future lives of our students are so precious, that we have a joint responsibility to one another…”
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