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eVAL Tool (for Teacher and Principal Evaluations)

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eVAL is an electronic application to support the work of the new teacher and principal evaluation systems. This presentation describes what eVAL is and how teachers and principals can use it to …

eVAL is an electronic application to support the work of the new teacher and principal evaluation systems. This presentation describes what eVAL is and how teachers and principals can use it to support their growth and manage evaluation processes.

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  • 1. eVAL Tool Orting School District TPEP Team TrainingDr. Marci ShepardOrting School DistrictNovember 14, 2012
  • 2. Learning TargetAnd Success Criteria We are developing an understanding of using the eVAL tool tosupport teacher and principal inquiry, growth and evaluation.1 Describe What is eVAL?2 Explain the role of Teachers3 Explain the role of Principals4 Explore the Sandbox5 Log in and take the self-assessment eVAL Tool Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 3. Learning TargetAnd Success Criteria We are developing an understanding of using the eVAL tool tosupport teacher and principal inquiry, growth and evaluation.1 Describe What is eVAL?2 Explain the role of Teachers3 Explain the role of Principals4 Explore the Sandbox5 Log in and take the self-assessment eVAL Tool Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 4. eVALSupporting Washington’s Teacher & Principal EvaluationeVAL is a web-based tool designed to manage the evaluation process anddocumentation. Developed in partnership with the Washington Education Association,the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Educational Service District 113,eVAL is:• a free resource piloted within the Teacher/Principal Evaluation Pilot districts in the 2011-12 school year (currently eVAL will be used by our pilot and RIG districts for 2012-13);• personalized for each district for their instructional framework, resources, and documents;• voluntary for all districts, who can use as many or as few of eVAL’s features as they’d like (or none at all); and• extremely secure with limited access physically and virtually to its servers. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 5. Conceptual Understanding An analogyIf 5D is the and if 5D+/state then eVAL iscurriculum… 8 are the the grade book. assessment… Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 6. eVAL’s Uses and RoleseVAL has a number of roles, but the primary usesare:• to support dialog between supervisor and supervisee• reflection about an individual’s practice• collection of evidence of effective practiceeVAL serves as a central storage and reporting tool for manyaspects of the evaluation process. The primary users of eVALare teachers and principals. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 7. Learning TargetAnd Success Criteria We are developing an understanding of using the eVAL tool tosupport teacher and principal inquiry, growth and evaluation.1 Describe What is eVAL?2 Explain the role of Teachers3 Explain the role of Principals4 Explore the Sandbox5 Log in and take the self-assessment eVAL Tool Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 8. eVAL UsersTEACHERS Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 9. TeachersSelf-Assess: Teachers can develop self-assessments by scoringrubrics organized by the state criteria or local instructionalmodels. Each self-assessment can remain private or be sharedat teachers’ discretion with supervisors. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 10. TeachersGoals: This dashboard allows you to view and track the status ofyour goal setting work. Goals may be evaluator-assigned or self-assigned. It also contains space for artifacts and resources. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 11. TeachersObservations: Under this section teachers be reminded of the date,time and location of events related to planned observations. Teacherscan also respond to questions prior to their pre-conferences, enternotes for their principal and reflect upon their lessons. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 12. TeachersArtifacts: Under this section teachers can load evidence such asdocuments, spreadsheets, or presentations and align them to the statecriteria. The purpose of this section is to allow teachers theopportunity to gather and showcase evidence in multiple forms. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 13. TeachersSummary: Under this section teachers can view the totality ofthe elements of their evaluation. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 14. Learning TargetAnd Success Criteria We are developing an understanding of using the eVAL tool tosupport teacher and principal inquiry, growth and evaluation.1 Describe What is eVAL?2 Explain the role of Teachers3 Explain the role of Principals4 Explore the Sandbox5 Log in and take the self-assessment eVAL Tool Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 15. eVAL UsersPRINCIPALS Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 16. Principals Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 17. Self-Assessment ExampleOrting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 18. PrincipalsConference: Under this sections principals plan for pre-conferences,observations and post-conferences. Principals can communicate theirfocus while observing instruction, craft pre and post-conferencequestions for teachers and schedule observations in this section. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 19. PrincipalsPractice: Principals and teachers can use the practice section to enterformative evaluation data regarding videos or classroom observations. Thepurpose of practice is to engage teachers and principals in dialog regardingtheir shared (or different) perceptions of quality instruction. Practicecontains dashboards that display multiple data points summarizing manyevaluator perspectives. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 20. PrincipalsObserve: Principals enter notes during lessons (or paste them from othersoftware afterwards), align the evidence from their notes to state or local rubricsand provide feedback to teachers regarding the level of quality observed.Principals score rubric, annotate their scores and manage all aspects of evidencegathered during observations in this section. Post-conference observationreports can be printed from within the Observe section. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 21. The Evaluation Process In TPEP the evaluation process, like curriculum has been for 18+ years, is being aligned to state standards. There are now four possible outcomes: Unsatisfactory Basic Proficient Distinguished Aggregated results are shared with the state. In eVAL-WA the process is conducted entirely online.Traditionally, this process has beenconducted entirely on paper.Usually the criteria and prompts areestablished in collective bargaining. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 22. PrincipalsSummary: Under this section principals can submit final summativescores of teachers to their district office, reflect on all evidencegathered during the year, and score final summative rubrics. Finalsummative reports can be printed from this section. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 23. PrincipalsReports: Principals can view a variety of reports under thissection. Reports include school-wide evaluation summaries,individual teacher evaluation trends and discrepancies betweenteacher self-assessments and evaluator scores. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 24. eVAL Video Walkthroughs Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard http://tpep-wa.org/resources/eval/eval-video-walkthroughs/
  • 25. Questions? Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 26. Learning TargetAnd Success Criteria We are developing an understanding of using the eVAL tool tosupport teacher and principal inquiry, growth and evaluation.1 Describe What is eVAL?2 Explain the role of Teachers3 Explain the role of Principals4 Explore the Sandbox5 Log in and take the self-assessment eVAL Tool Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 27. Playing in the SandboxGo to http://sandbox.eval-wa.org.The sandbox resets every night at 12:00 am. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 28. The Sandbox Roles and log-insOrting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 29. It’s Observation Time!Pair up with someonePerson A (Evaluator) Person B (Evaluatee)• Logs in as a Head • Logs in as a Teacher Principal/Principal of a in the same school specific school • completes the Self-• Starts a formal Assessment observation with their • Creates at least one partner teacher goal• Complete all steps • Submits an Artifact • Responds to Evaluator When finished, logout, switch roles, login and repeat process
  • 30. From the SandboxSHARE OUT DISCOVERIES Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 31. Learning TargetAnd Success Criteria We are developing an understanding of using the eVAL tool tosupport teacher and principal inquiry, growth and evaluation.1 Describe What is eVAL?2 Explain the role of Teachers3 Explain the role of Principals4 Explore the Sandbox5 Log in and take the self-assessment eVAL Tool Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 32. SELF-ASSESS IN EVAL Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 33. From eVALSHARE OUT DISCOVERIES Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 34. Some first steps• Complete the Self-Assessment• Create a goal• Other• Other• Other Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 35. Learning TargetAnd Success Criteria We are developing an understanding of using the eVAL tool tosupport teacher and principal inquiry, growth and evaluation.1 Describe What is eVAL?2 Explain the role of Teachers3 Explain the role of Principals4 Explore the Sandbox5 Log in and take the self-assessment eVAL Tool Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard
  • 36. Questions?Feedback! Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  November 2012  M. Shepard

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