Educator Effectiveness System Intro

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School Improvement Network introduces the new Educator Effectiveness System, which brings together all of the essential tools and resources to create the atmosphere in your schools that will lead to 100% of students college and career ready!
To learn more about how you can implement this system in your school, contact us at 800-572-1153

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  • Introduction:On behalf of School Improvement Network I want to personally thank you for the opportunity to come out and spend some time with your team. My name is (your name) and I am a professional development advisor for the state(s) of (give your states). To get things started I would love to go around the room quickly and find out what your name is, what you do for the district and what you are hoping to get out of our meeting. (Go around the room and right down their responses.)Thank you for taking the time to introduce yourself. Again, I am grateful for the opportunity to be here with you all today.I would like to take a moment and frame our meeting together. I would like to cover 4 things with you today:Get to know how you are currently providing professional development.Find out what are your biggest areas of focus.What have been the biggest challenges and road blocks in accomplishing your goals and Present to you have we can support you with our resources, tools and services. Before we jump into your professional development plan let me briefly introduce you to our company. School Improvement Network was founded over 20 years ago by two educators looking to help themselves and their colleagues improve in the area of teacher effectiveness. Ever since our start we have never lost sight of that purpose. We believe in two very important principals:100% of Students being College & Career Ready100% Teacher EffectivenessWe believe like those of you in this room that every child deserves the right to be taught by an effective teacher under the guidance and direction of effective administrators. To that end for over 20 years now we have been developing resources, tools and services under the guidance of educators that are proven to an impact on student achievement and teacher effectiveness!
  • TO understand our cause you have to understand our story.Our goal, our passion, and our work are focused every day on helping 100% of students to become college and career ready. Simply put, 100% of students must be ready and 100% of teachers must be capable of getting every student college and career ready. That is very different than saying we are all about “student achievement.” It’s not about a test score—it’s about preparedness.We believe—and experience has proven—that every student from any background has the capacity to perform at proficient levels. We fervently believe in every student’s potential to be college & career ready.In order to prepare all teachers and leaders to get 100% of students college and career ready, School Improvement Network has developed the Teacher Effectiveness System
  • Kansas City: Too expensive.Multiple logins: Why is it a bad idea to have multiple logins? Can’t keep track.Very little to no integration: St Louis story. Teacher confusion:Vendor blame game:This is a great slide to share stories: They relate and remember.Inter-rater reliability: In a court of law, opinion does not matter. It has to be tied to the raw data.
  • Kansas City: Too expensive.Multiple logins: Why is it a bad idea to have multiple logins? Can’t keep track.Very little to no integration: St Louis story. Teacher confusion:Vendor blame game:This is a great slide to share stories: They relate and remember.Inter-rater reliability: In a court of law, opinion does not matter. It has to be tied to the raw data.
  • Educator Effectiveness System Intro

    1. 1. Derris MooreVice President of Strategic Partnerships © 2013 School Improvement NetworkPreparing Educators To Get 100% of StudentsEducator Effectiveness System Career Ready! College & © 2013 School Improvement Network
    2. 2. School Improvement Network Our Cause… Is PersonalIts all about our cause… 1. 100% of students college or career ready 2. Every teacher effective 3. Creating a innovative system that enable teachers & leaders to succeed 4. Sharing research based best © 2013 School Improvement Network practice Educator Effectiveness System
    3. 3. School Improvement NetworkOur Cause – Make 100% Happen Our Discovery: - Every student from any background has the capacity to be college & career ready. - Effective teachers are key! Our Commitment: We will continue to develop resources to support 100% of teachers & leaders in their critical responsibilities of © 2013 School Improvement Network preparing every student to be college and career ready. Educator Effectiveness System
    4. 4. School Improvement NetworkEducator Effectiveness System Compiles essential learning elements into a systematic framework that uses data to drive professional development… With a single log-in. © 2013 School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System
    5. 5. Why Is The Teacher Effectiveness System Important?Too Many Resources…Missing the Goal? Common Evaluations Professional Core & Observations Development © 2013 School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System
    6. 6. Why is it important?Negative Outcomes Blame Game Expensive Too Many Logins Lack Little To No of Impact… No Usage Integration © 2013 School Improvement Network Educator Confusion Educator Effectiveness System
    7. 7. School Improvement NetworkEducator Effectiveness System1. Systematic Improvement2. Process Management3. Observations4. Personalized Professional Learning © 2013 School Improvement Network5. Progress & Evidence6. Student Success Educator Effectiveness System
    8. 8. School Improvement NetworkEducator Effectiveness System• What goals does your district need to meet?• What objectives © 2013 School Improvement Network will help your students learn? Educator Effectiveness System
    9. 9. School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System• The goals and objectives are defined in process templates• Gather data on teachers• Both Administrator and © 2013 School Improvement Network Teacher have access to the process Educator Effectiveness System
    10. 10. School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System• Designed to help teachers improve• Mobile or Web• Focused on knowledge & skills• Imbedded professional development resources © 2013 School Improvement NetworkIt’s more than compliance Educator Effectiveness System
    11. 11. School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System• Systemic Professional Development • Rubric/Framework • Common Core • Topic or Subject • Compliancy• Personalized © 2013 School Improvement Network Professional Learning • Using data to personalize and prescribe Educator Effectiveness System
    12. 12. School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System• Progress & Evidence In One Place • Process Data • Observation Data • Evaluation Data • Professional © 2013 School Improvement Network Development • District, School, and Teacher Progress Educator Effectiveness System
    13. 13. School Improvement Network Professional Learning Driven By DataThe Educator EffectivenessSystem:Compiles essential learningelements into a systematicframework that uses datato drive professional © 2013 School Improvement Networkdevelopment… With asingle log-in. Educator Effectiveness System
    14. 14. Why The Educator Effectiveness SystemMET Project “They are not moving and we need to create a professional development system to gain positive movement.” – Gene Wilhoit MET Team © 2013 School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System
    15. 15. Why The Educator Effectiveness System?TN SCORE ResearchRecommendation: Link the feedback that teachers receive with high-quality, collaborative, and individualized professional learningopportunities so that they can improve their instruction.Recommendation: Support school and district leaders in becomingstrong instructional leaders capable of assessing and developingeffective teaching – and hold them accountable for doing so.Recommendation: Integrate the ongoing implementation of theteacher evaluation system and the Common Core State Standards so © 2013 School Improvement Networkthat they work together to improve student outcomes.Recommendation: Leaders and educators must commit to improvingthe teacher evaluation system on an ongoing basis to maximize itsimpact on student achievement.. Educator Effectiveness System
    16. 16. Making 100% Happen: 1 Focus? 2 Challenges? © 2013 School Improvement Network3 Mission Critical Needs? Educator Effectiveness System
    17. 17. The “Top Ten” List of ChallengesMaking 100% Happen1. Teacher Evaluation Data & PD Not Linked Together2. Implementing Common Core With Fidelity3. Time – “One More Thing”4. Funding – Expectations Increasing, Funding Decreasing5. Limited Resources6. One Size Fits All PD or Not Personalized7. No Classroom Examples – What does it look like? © 2013 School Improvement Network8. Lack of Follow Up and Accountability9. Teacher Effectiveness Not Improving10. No Common Practice and Language Educator Effectiveness System
    18. 18. Going Live Into TES © 2013 School Improvement Network Educator Effectiveness System

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