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Washington State Teacher and Principal Evaluation Project. Combining Multiple Measures Into a Summative Rating.
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Combining Multiple Measures Into a Summative Rating
Four options include:
We know the types of evidence that we will use for criterion scoring and how to derive a criterion score using that evidence.
We know the types of evidence that we will use for criterion scoring, but are still working out how to derive a criterion score using that evidence.
We know some of the types of evidence that we will use for criterion scoring.
We do not know the types of evidence that we will collect for criterion scoring.Entry Task
A capital “G!” indicates that the guidance represents Washington state law.
A lower-case “g” indicates that the guidance represents research-based best practice but is not mandated by law.
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Summative Rating G!
Student Growth Rubrics
State- determined process
Step 5: Summative Score (G!)
Step 4: Determine 8 Criteria Scores (g )
Review the type of evidence needed to assign multiple criterion scores
Review how to translate multiple forms of evidence to all eight criterion scores
The Evidence Cycle
Understand how the instructional framework rubric and student growth rubrics are used within the summative scoring methodology for the formative and comprehensive evaluations
Assign a summative score to teachers or principals using the instructional framework rubrics and student growth rubrics for the formative and comprehensive evaluations
Evaluators place teachers into summative rating categories based on score bands. As shown here, this teacher would receive a low student growth rating.
*Must include a minimum of two student growth measures (i.e., state-, district-, school-, and classroom-based measures).
** A student growth score of “1” in any of the student growth rubrics will result in a low growth rating.
Criterion 3: Marzano
Formative evaluation score based on two Marzano components aligned to criterion 3 and two student growth rubric scores aligned with criterion 3
Criterion 4: Marzano
Formative evaluation score based on two Marzano components aligned to criterion 4 and two student growth rubric scores aligned with criterion 6
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