Revised i.f. tpep intro

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Revised i.f. tpep intro

  1. 1. INSTRUCTIONAL FRAMEWORK PUYALLUP SCHOOL DISTRICT WHAT it is and WHY we have one Revised from https://blogs.puyallup.k12.wa.us . . . Framework-and-TPEP-talking-points
  2. 2. What is an Instructional Framework? • An instructional or leadership framework provides a common language that is shared by everyone in the district and is aligned to the teacher or principal criteria as outlined in RCW 28A.405.100
  3. 3. Why have an Instructional Framework? • Districts use the common language of instruction/leadership to converse about effective teaching and leading, give and receive feedback, and collect and act upon data to improve our craft.
  4. 4. How does this align with our strategic directions? • The improvement of instruction and student achievement is our primary goal.
  5. 5. What is TPEP? • TPEP stands for the Teacher and Principal Evaluation Project • New Washington state legislation required the creation of new teacher and principal evaluation systems. • The new evaluation system needed to be aligned with a research-based instructional framework. • An instructional framework was identified first, then implementation of TPEP began.
  6. 6. How did we identify an instructional framework for our district? • A 28 member committee was commissioned by the superintendent for the purpose of analyzing the Danielson, Seven Dimensions, and Marzano instructional frameworks and developing a recommendation of which model the district should adopt • Collaboration among members included o Teachers appointed by PEA o Building and Student Learning Dept administrators
  7. 7. Rational in Adopting Danielson’s Model • Uses teacher voice. • Clear, concise, understandable language. • Provides opportunities for growth. • Training can be leveraged with other districts.
  8. 8. Everything Instructional Framework Is Nested Common Core State Standards Power Standards Instructional Materials Under Instructional Framework
  9. 9. So what ? What does this evaluation process look like?
  10. 10. Taken from: http://tpep-wa.org/wp-content/uploads/TPEP_Infographic.pdf

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