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[insert district logo]. RECOGNIZING educator EXCELLENCE. Presented to: [District] Staff. DATE. maximizing educator effectiveness and student potential. The research is clear… E ffective T eachers and School Leaders Matter Ohio TIF supports educator excellence by:

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maximizing educator effectiveness and student potential
maximizing educator effectiveness and student potential
  • The research is clear…

Effective Teachers and School Leaders Matter

  • Ohio TIF supports educator excellence by:
    • Recognizing educators for their impact on student achievement
    • Increasing educator effectiveness by providing professional learning opportunities
    • Helping all students graduate from high school ready for success in college and careers
ohio tif collaboration
Ohio TIF Collaboration
  • Five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education
  • 23 participating Ohio districts
  • Collaborative effort among districts, the Ohio Department of Education, and Battelle for Kids

[insert district logo]

ohio tif goals
Ohio TIF Goals
  • All students graduate from high school college- and career-ready

Achieve nation’s highest college attendance and completion rates

  • Eliminate achievement gaps among under-represented student groups

[insert district photo]

ohio tif opportunities 2013 2014
Ohio tif opportunities 2013−2014
  • Through Ohio TIF, [district name] will:
    • Build on our award model and continue to develop a solid knowledge base of award models for future consideration
    • Fully implement OTES and OPES in a thoughtful and deliberate way during the 2013−2014 school year
    • Research and develop solutions for award model sustainability
    • Maximize the power of effective communication and collaboration to find creative solutions, build knowledge capacity, and leverage resources
    • Successfully prepare and support districts in the Year 2 award payout process (in fall 2013)
benefits for educators
Benefits for Educators
  • Through Ohio TIF, [district] educators benefit from:
    • Enhanced value-added reporting
    • Thoughtful approach to implementing OTES
    • Support and professional development for all staff across the district
    • Award and recognition opportunities
  • All designed to help teachers and principals positively impact student achievement
recognizing excellence
Recognizing Excellence
  • A core component of Ohio TIF is developing and implementing strategic compensation award models
    • Strategic compensation: The strategic alignment between desired organizational goals and compensation with a goal of increasing teacher quality and maximizing student achievement
tif award models
TIF award models
  • TIF Award Models align to district work, mission, and educational-improvement goals with shared key elements:
    • Student outcomes
      • Student achievement data measures student performance at a single point in time
      • Student growthdata measures gain over time
    • Robust evaluation systems
      • Multiple measures inform student learning
    • Recognition of leadership and differentiated roles
      • Award component of strategic compensation models
district tif award model
[District] TIF award model
  • In fall 2013, [district name] will go through the award payout process for our Year 2 Award Model, implemented in 2012−2013
  • In June 2013, [district name] submitted our Year 3 TIF Award Model to ODE and BFK
    • Award model designed with collaborative process:
      • TIF Committee
      • District TIF Coordinator
      • Staff throughout district
award eligibility
Award Eligibility
  • [Insert local eligibility requirements for participating in TIF]
timeline
Timeline
  • 2012−2013 school year: Data collected throughout the year to measure progress against the goals established in our Year 2 Award Model
  • Fall 2013: Data from 2012−2013 school year will be used to calculate award estimates; principals and teachers will go through award payout process
  • Fall/Winter 2013: Eligible staff receive finalized awards earned in the 2012−2013 school year
benefits to educators
Benefits to Educators
  • Award model is just one component of our district’s participation with Ohio TIF
  • Other benefits include:
    • Professional development opportunities
    • Thoughtful approach to OTES implementation
    • Extended value-added reporting
    • Sustainability planning
professional development
Professional Development
  • Through the Ohio TIF grant, staff in [district] have professional development opportunities around:
    • Formative instructional practices
    • Student growth and value-added data
    • College and career readiness
    • Change leadership
    • Assessment literacy
    • Student learning objectives
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OTES Implementation
  • Ohio TIF districts implemented OTES in 2012−2013
    • Phase-in, transition year
    • Implement teacher performance components in evaluation
    • Student growth component used only in award model, not evaluation
    • Will move to full implementation in 2013−2014
professional growth
Professional Growth
  • Evaluations for professional growth
  • Not just about compliance, but an opportunity for all educators to grow
  • Harness the power of data
    • Identify strengths
    • Provide targeted supports to help everyone improve professionally
ohio tif otes implementation opportunities
Ohio TIF―OTES Implementation Opportunities
  • Focus on student outcomes
    • Evaluation for professional growth
    • Help teachers more positively impact students
  • Using data to inform practice
    • Use student growth data to inform classroom practice
    • Test student growth measures through vendor-approved assessments, student learning objectives
  • Opportunity to inform the process as statewide pioneers
extended value added reporting
Extended Value-Added Reporting
  • Ohio TIF provides our district with extended value-added reporting
  • Data used as part of multiple measures to inform instructional practices
  • Opportunity to collaborate with 22 other districts
sustaining the work
sustaining the work
  • Long-term sustainability of award programs, infrastructure, and leadership is critical.
  • During Year 4, we will:
    • Enhance current award model structures and processes
    • Develop plans to meet matching funds goals in Years 3, 4, and 5 through a sustainability work group
    • Vision what our award model could look like in future years
ohio tif collaboration1
Ohio TIF: Collaboration
  • Another benefit of Ohio TIF is the opportunity to collaborate with and learn from other districts
    • 22 other districts in Ohio TIF
    • Districts that are part of the Ohio Appalachian Collaborative
  • Several communication and collaboration tools available to all staff
collaboration space
Collaboration Space
  • What is it?
  • A private, collaboration platform accessible only to OAC/TIF and affiliated educators
  • Use this space to connect and engage with peers to share resources and have focused discussions around practice-specific topics.
  • Where is it?
  • http://portal.battelleforkids.org/OAC/collaboration-space
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Blog
  • What is it?
  • A public blog used to highlight best practices and successes within the OAC/TIF, demonstrate educational expertise, and share thought leadership
  • Where is it?
  • http://portal.battelleforkids.org/OAC/blog
oac on twitter @ ohappcollab
OAC on Twitter @OHAppCollab
  • What is it?
  • A real-time information network that quickly connects you to news, ideas, and resources related to your interests.
  • Where is it?
  • http://twitter.com/OHAppCollab
  • Use or search for #OhioTIF for TIF related content and conversations
questions
[insert district logo]Questions?

For more information about the [District] TIF Program, contact [name], TIF Coordinator, at [insert contact information].

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