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  1. Teacher Evaluations in KEEP August 30, 2013 9 am to 2 pm USD 429, Troy Public Schools, Troy High School cafeteria Bill Bagshaw, KSDE Peg Dunlap, KSDE Consultant

  2. Introduction Today’s Discussion • Why This, Why Now ? • Multiple Measures • “Significant” • KEEP Process and Repository • KEEP Constructs, Components and Rubrics

  3. WAIVER - Principle 3 Supporting Effective Instruction and Leadership Implement teacher and principal evaluation and support systems that: • Are used for continual improvement of instruction • Use at least 3 performance levels • Use multiple measures including student growth as significant factor • Are used to evaluate on a regular basis • Provide clear, timely, and useful feedback • Are used to inform personnel decisions

  4. Assurances Districts Have Chosen Their Evaluation Systems for 2013-2014 As of August 1, 2013 – 281districts have submitted their Assurances Form 278 districts have had their Assurances Form approved 93 districts will be using the KEEP Evaluation System 153 districts will be using vendor systems 45districts will be using locally created evaluation systems

  5. Evaluation Systems per Districts as of 7-29-2013

  6. Priorities 4 Topics within Evaluations to Understand • Multiple Measures • Significance • The Evaluation Process - Goal Selection - Inter-Rater Reliability • KEEP Repository

  7. Multiple Measures Measures to Use • State assessments must be used • Include assessment measures currently in use in your district • Shared credit/responsibility for student growth, subject to local decision making • Time for student growth 1-4 years

  8. Sample Measures by KSDE from the Field

  9. Multiple Measures Recent Developments • Focus Groups provided a list of possible measures • KSDE is collaborating with REL and the Center for Great Teachers and Leaders to modify the list of measures collected across Kansas • KSDE will identify a “Default List” of Multiple Measures

  10. Multiple Measures Types of Assessments We are looking at assessments that measure more than academic preparedness, such as: 21st Century Skills Critical Thinking Employability Technical Skills SBoE has previously approved the College and Career Ready definition.

  11. Co-Construct Builder Leaders and Teachers Co-Construct the Educator Evaluation Multiple Measures • Locally Determined Selections – from default list or KSDE other approved measures • Validation – REL, KSDE content area specialists, or LEA able to meet valid and reliable criteria Significant Student Growth • Determining Significance – Matrix, Other Examples • Establishing Timeline for Growth – Student Growth Percentile

  12. Define Significance Student Growth Definition • The change in student achievement for an individual student between two points in time, determined using multiple measures • To include gains and progress toward post-secondary and workforce readiness • To include progress in academic and functional goals in an individualized education program or meeting academic student growth objectives

  13. 85% 5th Grade Curriculum Standards EXAMPLE Grade Level Expectation 85% Assuming 85% of students exiting 4th grade accomplished 4th grade curriculum, the expectation would be at least the same amount of growth would occur by completion of the 5th grade, or on any given measure used. Example: In a class of 24 students, 20 students would be above the Grade Level Expectation line by the end of the Academic Year. 24 x .85 = 20.2 This scenario would indicate significance. Reference: Blue Print for Reform

  14. Graduation Rates/Attendance Rates EXAMPLE

  15. Multiple Measures, Effectiveness, Significance EXAMPLE

  16. Define Significance Multiple Measures and Significance Summary • Teachers and Leaders evaluations include multiple measures as evidence • Kansas is defining “significance” as demonstrating student growth using MORE than one measure • Must consider state assessments • May include assessment measures currently in use in your district • Validity of the Measure must be pre-determined for any appropriate measure • Locally determine credit/responsibility for student growth • Time for student growth 1-4 years

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  18. The Evaluation Process TEACHER The constructs to be measured in the evaluation instrument: Construct 1: Learner and Learning Construct 2: Content Knowledge Construct 3: Instructional Practice Construct 4: Professional Responsibility

  19. The Evaluation Process TEACHER The constructs to be measured in the evaluation instrument: Construct 1: Learner and Learning Construct 2: Content Knowledge Construct 3: Instructional Practice Construct 4: Professional Responsibility

  20. Evaluation Process Evaluation Goal Selection • District Goals • Building Goals • Individual Goals KSDE recommends that each Educator selects no more than two goals per evaluation cycle: • A district or building level goal, • A personal goal mutually agreed upon by the Evaluator and the Evaluatee.

  21. Evaluation Process Inter-Rater Reliability Reliability refers to the consistency of the entire evaluation process. Validitymeans that the process is measuring what it was intended to measure. KSDE Expectation All 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.

  22. Evaluation Process Evaluating the Teacher • Co-create the Process • Thinking through and discussing the Process • Goals Selected • Multiple Measures selected • Timeline for Evaluation • 1 Cycle • 2 Cycles

  23. Teacher Process • Required Steps • Implementation Ideas

  24. Rabbit and Cat and KEEP KEEP on Truckin’ http://goanimate.com/videos/0gn6PmIbz0YU

  25. KEEP Repository Repository Process A Repository is NOT ___________________________??? ANSWER: The entire KEEP process. How is a Data Repository used? USES – Holds DATA Generates Reports Tool for Educator Involvement Unified System Organizational Tool

  26. KEEP Repository Assessment Rubric Teacher Assessment Rubric

  27. KEEP Repository Assessment Rubric Comments, File, Save and Print

  28. KEEP Repository Assessment Rubric and “I have completed my self assessment” checked

  29. KEEP Repository Assessment Rubric with Comments Box filled and Artifact Uploaded

  30. KEEP Repository Goals – Select Goals, Write Text for Expected Outcome, Add

  31. KEEP Repository Goals – After Adding, then Complete and Save, can Print

  32. KEEP Repository Artifacts – Select Component and Source of Evidence Add File to Upload

  33. KEEP Repository Artifacts – Uploaded

  34. KEEP Repository Informal Observations – select Observer

  35. KEEP Repository Informal Observations – per Construct and Component with Date

  36. KEEP Repository Conferences

  37. KEEP Repository Conferences – Discussion Summary and Comments

  38. KEEP Repository Conferences – Signatures and Print

  39. KEEP Summary Rating Sheet

  40. Summary Rating Sheet – Constructs #1 and #2

  41. Summary Rating Sheet – Construct #3 and #4, Signatures

  42. KEEP Guided Practice NEW !! KEEP Guided Practice • http://training.ksde.org/keep/trainingportal/web/index.htm • New Online Training – Available 24/7 • Individualized and Repeatable • Includes multiple forms of Learning

  43. KEEP Webpage http://www.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=4400 • News and Announcements • KEEP Repository Registration • KEEP Training Materials and Schedule • Archives with Materials of Previous Trainings and Meetings • Assurances Information • Kansas Flexibility Waiver Materials

  44. KEEP Webpage http://goanimate.com/videos/0vx__leC9DMg

  45. Evaluation Rubrics Unpacking the KEEP Rubrics • Learning the Constructs and Components • Using the Rubrics to Differentiate the Levels of Practice • Sources of Evidence • Tracking the Process

  46. Evaluation Rubrics Teacher Evaluation Rubrics Construct 1: Learner and Learning To ensure that each student learns new knowledge and skills, teachers must understand that learning and developmental patterns vary individually, that students bring unique individual differences to the learning process, and that students need supportive and safe learning environments to thrive. Demonstration of the teacher’s proficiency in Learner and Learning is evidenced by: 1.1 Learner Development The teacher planned instruction based on the learning and developmental levels of all students.Key indicators include: planning instruction, aligning instruction with student learning needs, using a variety of approaches and resources, providing adaptation of instruction. 1.2 Learner Differences The teacher recognized and fostered individual differences to establish a positive classroom culture.Key indicators include: getting to know all students, using that knowledge of students to create a culture of respect, meeting needs of all students. 1.3 Learning Environment The teacher established a classroom environment conducive to learning. Key indicators include: collaborating with students, establishing a safe, respectful and academically challenging environment.

  47. Highly Effective Ineffective Developing Effective Goal 1.1 Learner Development: The teacher planned instruction based on the learning and developmental levels of all students. Sources of Evidence for Planning Instruction Based on the Learning and Developmental Levels of All Students • Differentiated lesson plans • Student work sample • Assessment data • Teacher reflection

  48. Rating this Teacher http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sirVDklVeX8

  49. Systematic Feedback Bill Gates: Teachers need real feedbackUntil recently, many teachers only got one word of feedback a year: “satisfactory.” And with no feedback, no coaching, there’s just no way to improve. Bill Gates suggests that even great teachers can get better with smart feedback -- and lays out a program from his ... http://www.ted.com/talks/bill_gates_teachers_need_real_feedback.html