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dpas ii process and procedures for teachers and specialists

DPAS IIProcess and Proceduresfor Teachers and Specialists

Developed by:

Delaware Department of Education

welcome and thank you for
Welcome and thank you for…
  • Turning off all cell phone ring tones.
  • Actively participating.
  • Listening to others.
  • Being honest and respectful.
  • Having fun while learning something new.

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DPAS I

vs.

DPAS II

Take a look at the chart provided. Please note: each part of this process will be discussed in detail today.

dpas ii purpose
DPAS II Purpose:
  • Professional growth—

enhancing the skills and knowledge of educators.

  • Continuous improvement—

educators commitment to continuously improving practice so that student performance is continuously enhanced.

  • Quality assurance—

the collection of credible evidence about educator performance.

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DPAS II--

This process is a true partnership of

ALL EDUCATORS in the

state of Delaware—

specialists, teachers and administrators.

Our focus is always on the

IMPROVEMENT

of

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT.

dpas ii process
DPAS II Process
  • After two years as a pilot in two school districts, DPAS II is being implemented in six school districts and three charter schools—2007-2008.
  • The pilot experiences were evaluated by Progress Education Corporation.
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DPAS II Process
  • The Department of Education, working in concert with the pilot districts, DSEA, and DASA, listened carefully to the feedback.
  • Committed to continuously improve DPAS II, changes were made after Year 1 of the pilot. Additional changes were made following Year 2 of the pilot.
  • Beginning in the Fall of 2008, DPAS II will be implemented in ALL districts and charter schools in the state of Delaware.
  • DOE will continue to monitor and evaluate DPAS II, and will continue to revise DPAS II in response to feedback.
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DPAS II Process
  • DPAS II for teachers, specialists, and administrators has been designed to reflect the practice of each group of educators.
  • Each system is based on a framework of practice and aligns with DE standards.
  • Although the components differ slightly, there is considerable alignment between and among the three systems.
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A special note:

Who is included in the

DPAS II for Specialists?

Guide for Specialists p. 2 - 3

let s take a walk through the guide
Let’s take a walk through the guide--

Take notice of the following sections:

  • Introduction
  • DPAS II Components for each—teachers/specialists
  • Process overview – specific activities
  • Forms
  • Samples
let s take a look at the overall summative ratings
Let’s take a look at theOverall Summative Ratings

Guide for Teachers, p. 37

Guide for Specialists, p. 37 and 38

instructional video
Instructional Video
  • We will work through the DPAS IIProcess and Procedures using the video for teachers.
  • NOTE—Instructional videos for teachers and specialists are now on the DOE website.

www.doe.k12.de.us

dpas ii appraisal criteria for teachers and specialists instructional video chapter 2
DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers and SpecialistsInstructional Video-Chapter 2

Components 1 through 3

Overview --

Guide for Teachers, p. 3 – 9

Guide for Specialists, p. 5 - 10

dpas ii appraisal criteria for teachers and specialists
DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers and Specialists

Remember to think of

EVIDENCE

that would capture each component.

  • What should you be able to see?
  • What should you be able to hear?
  • What physical artifactsshould you be able to collect?
component 1 planning and preparation guide for teachers p 4 5
Component 1: Planning and PreparationGuide for Teachers, p. 4- 5

DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers

  • Selecting Instructional Goals
  • Designing Coherent Instruction
  • Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy
  • Demonstrating Knowledge of Students
dpas ii appraisal criteria for specialists
DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Specialists

Component 1: Planning and Preparation

Guide for Specialists, p. 5 - 6

  • Designing Coherent Programs or Services
  • Demonstrating Knowledge of Basic Practice and Models of Delivery
  • Demonstrating Knowledge of Students or Clients
  • Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources
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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers

Component 2:

Classroom Environment

Guide for Teachers, p. 6 - 7

  • Managing Classroom Procedures
  • Managing Student Behavior
  • Creating an Environment to Support Learning
  • Organizing Physical Space
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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Specialists

Component 2

Professional Practice and Delivery of Service

Guide for Specialists, p. 7 - 8

  • Creating an Environment to Support Student or Client Needs
  • Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness
  • Communicating Clearly and Accurately
  • Delivering Services to Students or Clients
dpas ii appraisal criteria for teachers
DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers

Component 3:

Instruction

Guide for Teachers, p. 8 - 9

  • Engaging Students in Learning
  • Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness
  • Communicating Clearly and Accurately
  • Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques
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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Specialists

Component 3

Professional Consultation and Collaboration

Guide for Specialists, p. 9 – 10

  • Collaborating with Others
  • Serving as a Consultant to the School Community
  • Providing Resources and Access
  • Maintaining Standards of Professional Practice
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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers and SpecialistsInstructional Video-Chapter 2

Components 4 and 5

Overview –

Guide for Teachers, p. 10 - 15

Guide for Specialists, p. 11 - 16

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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers

Component 4:

Professional Responsibilities

Guide for Teachers, p. 10 - 12

  • Communicating with Families
  • Developing a Student Record System
  • Growing and Developing Professionally
  • Reflecting on Professional Practice
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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Specialists

Component 4

Professional Responsibilities

Guide for Specialists, p. 11 - 13

  • Communicating with Families
  • Developing a Record System
  • Growing and Developing Professionally
  • Reflecting on Professional Practice
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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Teachers

Component 5:

Student Improvement

Guide for Teachers, p. 13 - 15

  • Showing Student Improvement
  • Aligning Assessments to Teacher Data Driven Goal(s)
  • Measuring Student Improvement
  • Reflecting on Student Improvement
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DPAS II Appraisal Criteria for Specialists

Component 5

Student Improvement

Guide for Specialists, p. 14 - 16

  • Showing Student Improvement
  • Using Assessments to Promote Student or Client Improvement
  • Measuring Student Improvement
  • Reflecting on Student Improvement
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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

Instructional Video Chapter 3

Overview of the Process and Specific Activities

Activities…

How are they scheduled?

Goal Setting….

Conferencing/Observations…

Professional Responsibilities…

Summative Evaluation…

Improvement Plans….

Guide for Teachers, p. 16 - 20

Guide for Specialists, p. 17 - 21

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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

Instructional Video—Chapter 4

Goal Setting

Guide for Teachers, p. 21 – 24; Forms, p. 43 - 44

Guide for Specialists, p. 22 – 24; Forms, p. 44 - 45

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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

GOAL SETTING--

  • Read through the goals located in your table’s envelope.
  • Ask yourself if each goal is a realistic, appropriate goal?
  • If it is one that you believe needs improvement, think about changes you would recommend to make it better.
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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

GOAL SETTING

Key points:

Setting an appropriate goal…

  • Does it contribute to student improvement?
  • Is it connected to your school’s success plan?
  • Is it clear and measurable?
  • What evidence will be provided to document progress on the goal?
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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

Instructional Video—Chapter 5

Observations

And

Formative Feedback…

Guide for Teachers, p. 25 – 31; Forms, p. 45 - 48

Guide for Specialists, p. 25 - 31; Forms, p 46 - 48

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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

Instructional Video—Chapter 6

Professional Responsibilities Reporting…

Guide for Teachers, p. 32; Forms, p. 49 - 50

Guide for Specialists, p. 32; Form, p. 50

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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

Instructional Video—Chapter 7

Summative Evaluation

Guide for Teachers, p. 33 – 37; Forms, p. 51 - 55

Guide for Specialists, p. 33 -38; Forms, p. 50 - 53

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DPAS II Process/Procedures for Teachers and Specialists

Instructional Video—Chapter 8

Improvement Plan

Guide for Teachers, p. 38 – 40; Forms, p. 56 - 60

Guide for Specialists, p. 39 – 41; Forms, p. 54 - 58

suggested target dates guidelines not mandates
Suggested Target DatesGuidelines—not mandates--

Novice Teachers/Specialists

  • Observation 1—October 31
  • Observation 2—February 28
  • Summative Evaluation—April 30

Experienced Teachers/Specialists

  • Observation—January 31
  • Summative Evaluation—May 31
key points to remember
KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER---

In order for this process to work as a continuous improvement model as it is intended, procedures must be followed correctly.

  • Suggested Timelines for Completion
  • Goal Setting
  • Conferencing/Observation
  • Professional Responsibilities
  • Summative Evaluation
  • Improvement Plans
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DPAS II Purpose:
  • Professional growth-- enhancing the skills and knowledge of educators.
  • Continuous improvement--

educators commitment to continuously improving practice so that student performance is continuously enhanced.

  • Quality assurance–

the collection of credible evidence about educator performance.

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DPAS II--

This process is a true partnership of

ALL EDUCATORS in the

state of Delaware—

specialists, teachers and administrators.

Our focus is always on the

IMPROVEMENT

of

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT.

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Please contact us if we can be of any assistance to you.
  • All information is now located on the DOE website
    • Teacher, Specialist, Administrator Guides
    • Teacher, Specialist, Administrator Forms—PDF as well as WORD form
  • Instructional videos for teachers and specialists are now available on the DOE website.

www.doe.k12.de.us