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Human Resources: Teacher Evaluation Presentation at U of M Dearborn . October 30, 2012 BY GLENN MALEYKO, Ph.D Director of Human Resources.
October 30, 2012
BY GLENN MALEYKO, Ph.D
Director of Human Resources
A few of the slides are based on a presentation by Jim Gullen Oakland Schools at the MIEM conference in Lansing on February 29th, 2012. The video protocol is based on work by Wendy Zdeb-Roper MASSP. Some of the Slides are also based on the Danielson iobservation training (Pam Rosa) from WCRESA on April 3rd and 4th.
“The Covey model”
HR Blog and Website
Changes tenure to 5 years unless a probationary teacher receives highly effective on 3 annual evaluations, then it is 4 years of probation
Tenure only granted after receiving effective or highly effective rating 3 years in a row.Tenure Act Amendments
-The observation does not have to be for a full period
-There is a formal template titled “Conference Observation Form”
-Multiple (minimum of two) observations are needed.
-Administrators can still conduct informational/walkthrough observations and use the information gathered for the evaluation document
-Multiple observations are needed for teachers unless they received a rating of effective or highly effective on the 2 most recent year-end evaluations.
Effective after the current CBA expires in June 30, 2013 In Dearborn
Prohibited areas for bargaining include:
Rose Bruno Mark Palise
Jill Chochol Shannon Peterson
Andrew Denison Linda Salamey
Fatme Faraj Robert Seeterlin
Hassane Jaafar Gail Shenkman
Julia Maconochie Chris Sipperley
Glenn MaleykoMarc Zigterman
Two basic approaches:
Teacher practices, that is, what teachers do, how well they do the work of teaching
Results, that is, what teachers accomplish, typically how well their students learn
Assessing Teacher Effectiveness, Charlotte Danielson
Currently calls for a significant portion based on student growth and assessment.
What does that mean?
The 2011-12 school year is the first time schools will be required to incorporate data on student growth into all educator evaluations. Schools and districts will be provided with student rosters for each teacher that list the achievement level and growth information for each student. For more information on the legislation and requirements for the conduct of educator evaluations, please visit our Educator Evaluation webpage at www.michigan.gov/oeaa <http://www.michigan.gov/oeaa> .
-common assessments ?
- unique assessments
(SRI, DRA, Writing prompts, other).
Each measure comes with strengths and weaknesses.
Lee Shulman, The Wisdom of PracticeThe Complexity of Teaching
The Framework for Teaching Charlotte Danielson
The recommended timeline is 30 calendar days between each phase and report
If you were to walk into a classroom, what might you see or hear there (from the students as well as the teacher) that would cause you to think that you were in the presence of an expert?
What would make you think: “Oh, this is good; if I had a child this age, this is the class I would hope for.”
Consider your long life as a student. Recall an occasion (or a pattern of occasions) that you still remember. The memory can be either positive or negative.
What makes this so memorable?
“People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did.
But they will never forget
how you made them feel”
Commencement Address, 2002