Review the outcomes and objectives, reminding the participants that this is a review year for the Teacher Evaluation System. We are in a review year to develop a common systemic understanding of the evaluation system. Today’s session will focus on exploring the three components of the visitation model. 1 minute
Prompt participants to share – what does a the right kind of structured teacher collaboration look like, feel like, sound like.
Share “Your Turn” information 1 minute
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Teacher Evaluation Review Training: The Collaboration Model
Outcomes and ObjectivesOutcome:The FCPS system will develop a common understandingregarding the Framework for Teaching Rubric and theTeacher Evaluation System Models.ObjectiveParticipants will explore the Collaboration Model inorder to gain an in-depth understanding of the model’spurpose and value.
Collaboration“If there is anything that the research community agrees on, itis this: The right kind of continuous, structured teachercollaboration improves the quality of teaching and paysbig, often immediate, dividends in student learning andprofessional morale in virtually any setting.” DuFour, Eaker, DuFourWith your table group, share examples of the “right kind of structured teacher collaboration.”
Structured Teacher Collaboration begins with a goal: Example: We want to improve our use of pre-assessment results to effectively differentiate within the classroom. The “right kind of collaboration” revolves around a focused goal.
Structured Teacher Collaboration examines data:Goal: We want to improve our use of pre-assessment results to effectivelydifferentiate within the classroom.What data would the team Possible data for this goal:need to collect to work Student input datatoward this goal? Pre-assessment data Student work samples over time Post-assessment data
Structured Teacher Collaboration is Analytical:Examine your timeline.As a group, determine when the most learningwill occur.Explain how this model is a powerful vehicle forprofessional growth.
It’s all about GROWTH!“Our enthusiasm for working together inspired us to takerisks, analyze our successes and failures, and seek moreopportunities to learn – the same qualities we wanted to developin our students.” Teacher
Your TurnPlease complete the survey to provide feedback regarding thetraining.The survey can be found at http://tinyurl.com/fcpseval5The address is also on the bottom of your Collaboration ModelTimeline