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When Evaluation Gets Personal: Implications for Policy and Practice. CREATE 22 nd Annual Conference Atlanta, GA October 12, 2013 Very early on a Saturday morning. Andy Baxter SREB. In the end, it will all depend on the ability of adults in the schoolhouse to challenge and

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    1. When Evaluation Gets Personal: Implications for Policy and Practice CREATE 22nd Annual Conference Atlanta, GA October 12, 2013 Very early on a Saturday morning Andy Baxter SREB

    2. In the end, it will all depend on the ability of adults in the schoolhouse to challenge and learn from one another. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    3. Section 1 The Good Ol’ Days When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    4. Get on down to the central office

    5. A pearl of professional development in here somewhere.

    6. 98% You are doing fine. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    7. Section 2 And then we learned… When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    8. Teachers are not all the same. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    9. Section 3 So much valuable new data. So many ways to screw it up. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    10. Categories can complicate. Ineffective? Developing? Accomplished? Exemplary? When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    11. And you wouldn’t be anxious?

    12. Tenure Compensation Barrier #1 Emphasizing policies that create high levels of anxiety. Setting Goals Accountable to Team Give and Receive Feedback Monitor Results Reward & Recognition When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    13. Barrier #2 Our uncanny ability to deceive ourselves. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    14. Reflective Controlled Effort Deductive Slow Self-aware Rule-following

    15. Automatic Uncontrolled Effortless Associative Fast Unconscious Skilled

    16. Which middle circle is larger? When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    17. “The target question is the assessment you intend to produce. The heuristic is the simpler question that you answer instead. The technical definition of heuristic is a simple procedure that helps find adequate, though often imperfect, answers to difficult questions. The word comes from the same root as eureka.” Substituting easy questions for hard ones When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    18. How well is this teacher instructing her students? She is a good person. She hasn’t had a raise in years. I don’t trust those value-added measures. Whom else could I get? She tries hard. But I see her every Sunday at church. Bless her heart.

    19. Section 4 Human judgment and evaluation When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    20. Decision Fatigue When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    21. Confirmation Bias: A tendency of people to favor information that confirms their beliefs or hypotheses. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    22. Availability bias: A tendency to make judgments about the probability of events by how easy it is to think of examples. Group A Group B Please list 7 ways this presentation could be improved: 1. Shorter 2. More interactive 3. Different presenter 4. More relevant 5. Better snacks 6. ? 7. ? Please list 2 ways this presentation could be improved: 1. Shorter 2. More interactive Which group will give the highest overall rating for the presentation on a scale of 1 ->5 (highest)? When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    23. Compensatingbias: distorting the things you can control to correct for the things you cannot When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    24. The halo effect: tendency to like/dislike everything about a person, including things you have not observed (Kahneman).

    25. Negativity bias: The tendency to pay more attention and give more weight to negative than positive experiences or other kinds of information.

    26. Anchoring effect: tendency to rely too heavily on the first piece of information offered Group A Group B How often do you make love? How happy are you? • How happy are you? • How often do you make love? Correlation = 0.11 Correlation = 0.62 When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    27. Section #5 Five strategies to protect others from your human judgment When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    28. Watch yourself. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    29. Monitor your cognitive load. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    30. Compare notes. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

    31. Learn. When Evaluation Gets Personal | Baxter

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