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Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
Teacher and Principal Evaluation School Board Study
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Implementing the new teacher and principal evaluation system requires all hands on deck. It carries implications for teachers, principals, central office and the school board. This presentation was …

Implementing the new teacher and principal evaluation system requires all hands on deck. It carries implications for teachers, principals, central office and the school board. This presentation was for a board study to inform the school board of changes in evaluation systems and how those changes affect the district and their role as board members.

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  • 1. Orting School District TPEPWorking Together as a System Dr. Marci Shepard January 3, 2013
  • 2. Teamwork This is the case with any team. If one cog of the wheel doesnt work, the entire team grinds to a halt. We should never discount the importance of teamwork - people working together towards a common goal - in assuring our ultimate success. The success of our students is our joint responsibility, and when they succeed, it is to our joint credit and cumulative accomplishment. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 3. Principals Central Office School Teachers Board TPEP Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 3
  • 4. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. School Board District State Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 5. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 5
  • 6. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 6
  • 7. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. School Board District State Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 8. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Evaluation System Overview State criteria, teacher evaluations and principal evaluations Definitions Implementation schedule Scoring and student growth measures RIG and eVAL Reflection and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 9. EVALUATIONSYSTEM OVERVIEW Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 10. • Should teacher and principal evaluations be for GROWTH or ACCOUNTABILITY?• 6696• Race to the Top/ ESEA Waiver• 5895 Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 11. Why measure educator effectiveness? While there are many formative and summative reasons to measure teacher and principal effectiveness, we believe the ultimate goal of all measurement should be… to improve teaching and student learning. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 11
  • 12. Before and After – A Snapshot Before Component After Binary – Sat/Unsat 2 tiers Tiers 4 tiers-professional growth and development systemDeveloped over 25 years ago Criteria Describes effective teaching & leadership – developed by stakeholders in 2010 legislative session 2 years (prior to ‘09-’10) Provisional Status 3 years No existing requirement Educator Educator Evaluation data must be evaluation Data Evaluation Data evaluation submitted to OSPI, beginning ‘10-’11, for all employee groups Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 12
  • 13. CEL 5DOrting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 14. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 15. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Evaluation System Overview State criteria, teacher evaluations and principal evaluations Definitions Implementation schedule Scoring and student growth measures RIG and eVAL Reflection and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 16. State CriteriaTeacher EvaluationPrincipal Evaluation Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 17. 1/31/2013 17
  • 18. 1/31/2013 18
  • 19. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 20. Principal Evaluation Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 21. TPEP Criteria Themes Themes: Centering instruction on Creating a high culture Exhibiting expectations Demonstrating collaborative effective Closing the Ensuring and collegial teaching gap school safety practices pracitcesCommunicating Teacher Principalwith parents and Evaluation Individualizing Engaging Evaluation Planning with shcool instruction communities data community Criteria Criteria Use student Managing Aligning Subject matter data to modify resources curriculum knowledge instruction Fostering a safe, Improving positive learning instruction environment Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 22. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 23. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Evaluation System Overview State criteria, teacher evaluations and principal evaluations Definitions Implementation schedule Scoring and student growth measures RIG and eVAL Reflection and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 24. Definitions Classroom teacher Principal Comprehensive evaluation Focused evaluation Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 25. “Certificated Classroom Teacher” Definition • Designed for “classroom teachers” • Teachers who provide academically-focused instruction to students • Districts determine best fit Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 25
  • 26. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 27. Comprehensive Evaluation for Teachers• Assesses all 8 evaluation criteria• All criteria contribute to the comprehensive evaluation rating• Student growth rubrics embedded in Criterion 3, 6 and 8• All provisional classroom teachers and any classroom teacher not on level 3 or level 4 receive comprehensive evaluation• All classroom teachers shall receive a comprehensive summative evaluation at least once every four years Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 27
  • 28. “Principal” Definition • Designed for certificated principals and assistant principals • Districts determine best fit Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 28
  • 29. Comprehensive Evaluation for Principals• Assesses all 8 evaluation criteria• All criteria contribute to the comprehensive evaluation rating• Student growth rubrics embedded in Criterion 3, 5 and 8“Due to the importance of instructional leadership and assuringrater agreement among evaluators, particularly those evaluatingteacher performance, school districts are encouraged to conductcomprehensive summative evaluations of principal performance onan annual basis.” Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 29
  • 30. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 31. Focused Evaluation• Includes an assessment of one of the 8 criteria• Student growth rubrics from one of the 3 criterion If a teacher chooses 3, 6 or 8, their accompanying student growth rubrics will be used If a teacher chooses criterion 1, 2, 4, 5, or 7, the accompanying student growth rubrics from criterion 3 or 6 will be used• Approved by the teacher or principal’s evaluator• A focused evaluation must be performed in any year that a comprehensive evaluation is not scheduled (both teachers and principals) Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 31
  • 32. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 33. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Department District State Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 34. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Evaluation System Overview State criteria, teacher evaluations and principal evaluations Definitions Implementation schedule Scoring and student growth measures RIG and eVAL Reflection and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 35. State and DistrictIMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 36. 5895 Timeline 2013-2014 Must begin implementation Teacher evaluation Begin rubrics implementation All teachers must have comprehensive evaluationInstructional TPEP Pilot framework 2015-2016 & TPEP info Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 36
  • 37. Orting School District• 2010-2011 • Information sharing • Instructional framework (5D)• 2011-2012 • TPEP Team • 4-year implementation plan • Teacher evaluation rubrics • Information sharing • Instructional framework (5D)• 2012-2013 • RIG District/RIG Team • TPEP Pilot/TPEP Team • Transition plan • Principal evaluation rubrics • Teacher evaluation rubrics • Information sharing • Instructional framework (5D)• 2013-2014 • Implementation (2 likely models) Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 38. Implementation Schedule• Steering committee recommends all districts move to the new evaluation criteria for all classroom teachers and principals in 2013-2014, with some classroom teachers on the focused and some on the comprehensive.• 5895 requires provisional or probationary teachers, and principals with fewer than 3 years of experience, unsatisfactory performance, or new to the district to be transitioned first. Nothing prevents earlier transition.• All districts must begin implementation in 2013-2014 school year and by fully implemented by 2016. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 38
  • 39. OSD 3-Year Transition Plan DRAFT1/31/2013 39 Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 40. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Evaluation System Overview State criteria, teacher evaluations and principal evaluations Definitions Implementation schedule Scoring and student growth measures RIG and eVAL Reflection and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 41. 5895 and ESEA WaiverSCORING EVALUATIONSSTUDENT GROWTH MEASURES Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 42. Raw Score Model Determined December 1st Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 Preliminary1/31/2013 42
  • 43. Evaluation Summative Scoring Process Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 43
  • 44. Defining Key Terms• Student Achievement: The status of subject-matter knowledge, understandings, and skills at one point in time.• Student Growth (Learning): The growth in subject-matter knowledge, understandings, and skill over time.It is student growth, not student achievement, that is relevant indemonstrating impacts teacher and principals have on students. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 44
  • 45. Student Growth Rubrics• The TPEP steering committee organizations approved statewide rubrics for student growth to ensure consistency in implementation of the evaluation system across Washington State.• The rubrics for student growth describe both goal-setting and outputs of student learning.• OSPI has provided student growth rubrics for each of the three criterion Teachers – 3, 6 and 8 Principals – 3, 5 and 8 Note: 3/5 of the student growth rubrics for teachers are goal setting. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 45
  • 46. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 47. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 48. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 49. Summative Rating andImpact on Student Learning Matrix Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 50. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 51. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Evaluation System Overview State criteria, teacher evaluations and principal evaluations Definitions Implementation schedule Scoring and student growth measures RIG and eVAL Reflection and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 52. Support and ResourcesREGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION GRANTSEVAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 53. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 54. About 2/3districts Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 55. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 56. Next Steps1/31/2013 56 Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 57. QUESTIONS? Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 20131/31/2013 57
  • 58. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Evaluation System Overview State criteria, teacher evaluations and principal evaluations Definitions Implementation schedule Scoring and student growth measures RIG and eVAL Reflection and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 59. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. School Board District State Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 60. Think: What are implications for the school board/your role? Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 60
  • 61. I can explain TPEP and describe how it impacts our district and my role. Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013 1/31/2013 61
  • 62. School TPEP Supt’sBoard Teaching, Office Learning, Assessment Teachers Special Technology Services Principals HR Business Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013When systems align and work together, real progress is made.1/31/2013 62
  • 63. Next steps? …and feedback Orting School District  Teaching, Learning and Assessment  M. Shepard  January 2013
  • 64. Orting School District TPEPWorking Together as a System Dr. Marci Shepard January 3, 2013

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