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Teacher Development, Evaluation, and Peer Support

Teacher Development, Evaluation, and Peer Support

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  1. Teacher Development, Evaluation, and Peer Support Overview Session for MPS Staff March 10, 2014

  2. Mission statement • To develop, improve, and support educators and effective teaching practices and improve student learning and success.

  3. Teacher Knowledge, Skills, and Professional Responsibilities Professional Practice 65% Charlotte Danielson Planning and Preparation – Classroom Environment – Professional Responsibilities District Priorities and Supports Curriculum Teaching and Learning Framework Improvement Planning and Priorities Evidence of Student Learning District Goals 5% Site Goals 10% Individual Goals 20% Student Engagement Charlotte Danielson Framework for Teaching Domain 3C Professional Development and Learning

  4. Professional Growth and Development Plan (PGDP) • All teachers set 3 year Professional Area of Focus • Need to set an annual goal each year aligned to area of focus • Continue to set 2 Individual Goals as part of Q-Comp process (or project) • These goals CAN align! • Review annually with administrator

  5. What will my evaluation look like? • 3 Key Components • Professional Practice (observation process) • Student Engagement (part of observation) • Evidence of Student Learning

  6. Teacher Professional Practice • Charlotte Danielson Framework for Teaching (FfT) • Four Domains (Similar to Current Model) • Planning and Preparation • Classroom Environment • Instruction • Professional Responsibilities • Teachscape

  7. Student Engagement • Domain 3c in Danielson Framework for Teaching • Engages students in learning • Student Engagement Walkthrough

  8. Evidence of Student Learning • Must total at minimum 35% of evaluation • 3 parts • District Goals (5% of evaluation) • Site Improvement Plan (10% of evaluation) • Individually Defined (20% of evaluation) • Set by teacher and administrator; could be based on individual goal

  9. Evidence of Student Learning • **explain rubric here**

  10. Portfolio Option • Additional Evidence for Consideration • E-Folio Possibility

  11. Why create our own model? • The State Model is Cumbersome • The implementation handbook alone is 103 pages long • Our proposal was created to align to our system • We have worked with a team of teachers, administrators, and EA reps to develop our plan

  12. for more information • Staff Link – Teacher Evaluation Page • Includes State Model Example • www.teachscape.com • Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching • Any Development Committee Member (Identified on Handbook)

  13. Questions?