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  1. Mississippi Teacher Evaluation System (MTES) Updates

  2. Federal and State Theory of Action

  3. 2014-2015 State Tested Teachers • M-STAR: 50% • Individual Growth: 30% • Schoolwide Growth: 20% Non-State Tested Teachers • M-STAR: 50% • Schoolwide Growth: 50%

  4. Modification 1 • Remove the use of Professional Growth Goals (PGGs) as a separate component

  5. 2015-2016 State Tested Teachers • M-STAR: 30% • PGGs: 20% • Individual Growth: 30% • Schoolwide: 20% Non-State Tested Teachers • M-STAR: 30% • PGGs: 20% • Student Learning Objectives (SLOs): 30% • Schoolwide: 20%

  6. M-STAR Standard 17 Engages in continuous professional learning and applies new information learned in the classroom

  7. Modified2015-2016 State Tested Teachers • M-STAR: 50% • Individual Growth: 30% • Schoolwide: 20% Non-State Tested Teachers • M-STAR: 50% • Student Learning Objectives (SLOs): 30% • Schoolwide: 20%

  8. Modification 2 • Streamline the teacher observation cycle to allow for school district discretion based on the performance of the teachers

  9. The Teacher Observation Cycle 1. Teacher Self-Assessment • Based on the M-STAR standards 2. Walk-through Observations • A minimum of two are required • Beyond the two required, the frequency and length of time of the walk-through visits are at the discretion of the school district.

  10. 3. Formal Observation and Conferences • Pre-Observation Conference • Optional • Discussion of the lesson to be observed • Discussion of teacher self-assessment • FormalObservation • Minimum of one per school year • Minimum of 30 minutes • FormativePost-Observation Conference • Required after each formal observation • Discussion/Feedback • Next Steps/Professional Growth Plan 4. Student Surveys (optional)

  11. Modification 3 • Revise Process Manuals and forms to correlate with modifications

  12. ARTIFACTS

  13. Focus Group Feedback • Administrators do not see the need for additional artifacts. Items such as lesson plans, parent communication logs, discipline referrals, etc., are already provided. There is no need to provide additional items.

  14. Artifact Review Process • Artifacts are evidence of a teacher’s practice in Domains 1, 2, and 5. • The process should not be overly burdensome to teachers or evaluators. • Teachers should not create artifacts specifically for this artifact review.

  15. Modification 4 • Tightening the language of the rubric

  16. M-STAR Rubric Overview • Five domains (weighted equally) • Planning (4 standards) • Assessment (2 standards) • Instruction (5 standards) • Learning Environment (5 standards) • Professional Responsibilities (4 standards) • 20 standards (placed among the 5 domains)

  17. Domain III: Instruction Domain Standard Indicators

  18. RevisedStandard 8

  19. What do best practices look like? • Don’t get lost in what the standards are saying. . . • Instead, focus on whatbehaviors will be seen whenan effective teacher andhis/her students are observed.

  20. Standard 8: Actively engages students in the learning process Teachers will be: Using a variety of teaching strategies and resources Teaching appropriate for skill levels and different learning styles Linking content with student interests Probing and incorporating students’ questions Grasping and holding students’ attention Using a wide range of learning skills and technology to enhance learning Within close proximity to students Exhibiting excitement and interest in lesson and students Leading a student-centered classroom Can you think of other evidence of engaging students in learning?

  21. Standard 8: Actively engages students in the learning process Students will be: • Asking and answering questions that reflect applicable understanding of content • Responding to formative assessments • Using technology to access, interpret, and apply information • Demonstrating interest in lesson/activity • Learning on their level; engaged • What else will they be doing if they are truly engaged?

  22. Example: Summative Observation Rating • (2.75 + 4 + 2.5 + 3.5 + 2.5) • 5

  23. Educator Evaluations Mobile Application • One process tool across Desktop, Laptop, iPad, and mobile phone • Easy-to-use interface • Quick reference tools and forms • Will eventually be available to use with all educator evaluations (teachers, principals, counselors, speech-language pathologist, etc.)

  24. Teacher Evaluation Resources MDE Homepage Teacher Evaluation Web Page

  25. MTES Contacts http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/educator-evaluations For more information, contact: Tarance Hart, Ph.D. Teacher Evaluation (601) 359-3631 m-star@mde.k12.ms.us Cerissa Neal, Bureau Manager Office of Educator Quality (601) 359-3631

  26. RCU Contact For more information on Teacher Evaluation, contact: Lois Kappler, Project Manager (662) 325-3764 lois.kappler@rcu.msstate.edu