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  • The Value Added Evaluation takes into account other factors that

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  • 1. C.H.I.P.S AcademyA Thomas Partnership
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  • 2. What is Value -Added?
    Define what you know about value added within the circle. In the frame write the different references from which you definition is based upon.
    Share your circle map with your elbow partner. Record the differences. Prepare to share out.
    Value Added
  • 3. Value Added…A Working Definition
    The amount of growth over time that adds value to your previous work with students based on your growth as an educator. Value added is a growth model, measuring teacher performance and the efficacy of instructional practices.
  • 4. The Value Added ApproachAdding Value to Teachers and Students
    Value -Added Evaluations
    Practice of culturally relevant pedagogy
    Demonstration of leadership. Involvement in school activities/operations beyond the classroom.
    Student self assessment and reflections. Feedback on instruction
    Creation of student artifacts and teacher portfolios
    Teacher reflection on practice
    Revised Domains
    DOMAIN 1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
    DOMAIN 2: THE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
    DOMAIN 3: INSTRUCTION
    DOMAIN 4: PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    Current Evaluation System Domains
    Based of the California Teaching
    Standard 1: Engaging and Supporting All
    Students in Learning
    Standard 2: Creating and Maintaining Effective Environments For Students
    Standard 3:Understanding and Organizing Subject Matter For Student Learning
    Standard 4: Planning Instruction and Designing Learning Experiences for All Students
    Standard 5: Assessing Student Learning
    Standard 6: Developing as a Professional Educator
  • 5. Value-Added Models
  • 6. What does Value -Added Mean to teachers?
    • VAM has very high expectations
    • 7. VAM is extremely complex
    • 8. VAMrecognizes that:
    • 9. schools and teachers contribute to growth
    • 10. achievement is dependent on non-educational inputs
    • 11. VAM tries to separate educational inputs from others (e.g., family or student background)
  • TUNING YOUR UNDERSTANDING Of
    VALUE-ADDED METHOD
    Review Protocol(blue handout)
    Begin Protocol
    Protocol Activity
  • 12. Staff reconvenes to for further view of current and proposed VAM evaluations.
    The new certificated evaluation is presented with the added components (See slide 4).
    First semester training on proposed VAM Domains 1& 2 will occur; WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
    Second semester we will introduce and train on the final two domains: 3-Instruction &4-Professional Responsibilities.WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
    Following CSTs we will have a debrief about the pilot program for implementing the VAM and receive staff’s feedback .
    Next school year evaluation on domains 1-Planning Preparation and 2-Learning Environment will begin.
    Timelines and Benchmarks
  • 13. We asked , “Are out teachers being valued for the way that they learn and collaborate in this discourse of value-added method of teacher evaluation?
    Circle Map Activity –will stimulate dialogue and knowledge constructionof staff current definitions and knowledge base of value-added evaluations.
    Tuning Protocol – offers the scaffolding approach to learning where the facilitator provides more support in the early stages of understanding of VAM.
    Review and feedback of current evaluation-allows the teachers to see themselves co-learners engaging in a deeper approach to learning about what affects them.
    Andragogy