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