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Enhance Professional Growth Principal Evaluation. Superintendents are Key in the Assessment of Principal Performance . Renae Tostenson EDAD 608 April 2011. Principals.

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enhance professional growth principal evaluation

Enhance Professional GrowthPrincipal Evaluation

Superintendents are Key in the Assessment of Principal Performance

Renae Tostenson

EDAD 608 April 2011

principals
Principals
  • Principals are instrumental in creating an educational environment that supports quality and effective programs and services for all students. Successful superintendents search for principals who are educational leaders, who understand the teaching-learning process, and know how data is used to improve curriculum and instruction to best meet the student achievement goals. Dr. Kay T. Worner
superintendents support the leadership of their a dministrative team
Superintendents Support the Leadership of Their Administrative Team

Robert J. Marzano’s research has correlated the achievement of students to the growth of effective leadership skills of the district and school Leadership. Effective school leadership on average raises student achievement by 10%.

the evaluation of minnesota s school principals sponsored by masa bosa mespa and massp
The Evaluation of Minnesota’s School Principals Sponsored by MASA, BOSA, MESPA, and MASSP
  • Principals play a critical role in student success
  • Principal preparation/performance competencies
  • Conversations with superintendent is essential
  • Link to school improvement plans is vital
  • Age of accountability-controlling our own destiny
  • Student Growth, Student Growth, Student Growth
a comprehensive principal performance review process must
A Comprehensive principal performance review process must:
  • Align with Minnesota K-12 Principal competencies
  • Recognize the importance of the principal’s role in improving culture of the learning community
  • Connect academic, social, emotional, and developmental growth for all students in the learning community
  • Be intended to continuously acknowledge strengths and promote a high level of performance
  • Have research-based criteria effective professional practices that are substantiated by measurable data from multiple sources and are legal, feasible, accurate and useful.
a comprehensive principal performance review process must1
A Comprehensive principal performance review process must:
  • Support opportunities for personal and professional growth
  • Offer pathways for a role transition for those who are not able to perform to acceptable standards
  • Support continuous progress and be connected to school improvement goals
  • Align building and district goals with the vision of the school community
the basic framework
The Basic Framework
  • Annual evaluation as part of a 3-5 year cycle of performance improvement
  • First year, formative evaluation sets the stage for ongoing performance reviews in the subsequent years
  • Measureable goals are set
  • Annual evaluations based on the progress toward those goals
seven core competencies

Seven Core Competencies

Strategic Leadership

Instructional Leadership

Managerial Leadership

Cultural Leadership

Communications Leadership

School Community Leadership

Ethical and Professional Leadership

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Principal/staff generate

school improvement plan

Superintendent/designee and principal meet in summer to review school improvement plan and Professional Growth Plan

Superintendent/

designee orients principal on evaluation process

Superintendent/

designee writes Evaluation Summary and files

Principal writes Professional Growth Plan and implements

Principal conducts self-assessment and sets preliminary goals

Evaluation Conference

Pre-evaluation conference; competency targets set

Principal: evidence gathering and reflection

Superintendent/designee: evidence gathering and reflection

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Principal/staff generate

school improvement plan

Superintendentand principal meet in summer to review school improvement plan and Professional Growth Plan

Superintendent orients principal on evaluation process

SuperintendentwritesEvaluation Summary and files

Principal writes Professional Growth Plan and implements

Principal conducts self-assessment and sets preliminary goals

Evaluation Conference

Pre-evaluation conference; competency targets set

Principal: evidence gathering and reflection

Superintendent: evidence gathering and reflection

rubric

Rubric

Unsatisfactory: The principal does not meet acceptable standards for performance.

Developing: The principal does not meet standards for performance but demonstrates adequate growth toward meeting standards during the period of performance.

Proficient: The principal demonstrates basic competence on standards of performance.

Accomplished: The principal exceeds basic competence on standards for performance most of the time.

Distinguished: The principal consistently and significantly exceeds basic competence on standards of performance.

resources available in the evaluation of mn school principals document
Resources available in the Evaluation Of MN School Principals document:
  • Core Leadership Competencies for all Minnesota Administrative licenses
  • Examples of evidence/artifacts by core competency
  • Sample Timeline for a 3 year evaluation process
  • Three forms are offered for use in the process of evaluation:

Evaluation Conference Summary

Professional Growth Plan—Continuous Improvement

Professional Growth Plan--Remediation

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Superintendents are Key to an Effective School Leadership Team and Student AchievementPrincipal Evaluations are the First Step
references

References

Marzano, Robert J. (2009). District Leadership that Works. Bloomington IN:

Mid Continental Research for Education and Learning

Marzano, Robert J. , Timothy Waters, and Brian A. McNulty. (2005). School

Leadership That Works: From Research to Results. Alexandra, VA:

ASCD and McREL

Reeves, Douglas B. (2009). Leading Change in Your School. Alexandra, VA: ASCD

Worner, Kay T. (2010). Success in the Superintendency. New York: Rowman &

Littlefield Education