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  1. 1. May 2013 Introduction to the New Educator Evaluation System Shrewsbury Public Schools - Why, What, When, and How
  2. 2. Why a new evaluation system? To continue to strengthen teaching and learning by working collaboratively to set individual and team goals and monitor progress towards reaching those goals.
  3. 3. State Law •On June 28, 2011, as part of Massachusetts Race to the Top plan, the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education passed new regulations around the evaluation of teachers and administrators •Regulations require Shrewsbury begins implementation next fall (2013)
  4. 4. Who is involved? Every Educator!
  5. 5. Feedback from Educators (data from 2012 TELL Mass Survey)
  6. 6. Shifting the Vision Out with the OLD…. Evaluations that many viewed as stand alone events, rather than a continuum of experiences In with the NEW….. Educator evaluation becomes an integral part of the professional environment, and not a separate event We are all in this together- all educators follow the same process Our evaluations will be continual and ongoing-with the goal of improving teaching and learning and asks us to continually revisit and revise our practice in service of improving student learning •Allows us to revisit, collaborate and reflect in a professional environment •It is not a “gotcha” evaluation
  7. 7. 5 Step Evaluation Cycle Supports PLC Model: Team Goals are Encouraged
  8. 8. District Determined Measures •The Impact Rating is based on trends and patterns in student learning, growth, and achievement data. •Trends refer to results over time of at least two years. •Patterns refer to results on at least two different measures of student learning, growth and achievement. •State regulations require that the MCAS student growth percentile (SGP) scores be used as one measure. (20% of educators) •Districts will need to identify or develop additional credible measures of growth for all grades and subjects. DDM Committee will be established in Shrewsbury.
  9. 9. Surveys •Required component of state regulations (PK-12) •Recent research shows that when student perception data is used, evaluations can be more valid and reliable •Surveys will go out to students as part of teacher evidence collection •Surveys will go out to staff as part of administrator evidence collection
  10. 10. Software Support Will support management challenges associated with the initiative. Teachers and Administrators can keep track electronically of deadlines and documents associated with the process.
  11. 11. Educator Evaluation Facilitators (EEFs) •Educator Evaluation Pilot Teachers at each school •Educator Evaluation Facilitators for the 2013-14 school year assigned to each school. •EEFs provide additional support and guidance to teachers regarding their participation in the new evaluation system (during the first year of implementation). •Provide support for teachers with the use of new software •Co-present trainings with building administrators
  12. 12. Implementation Timeline 2013- 2014 •50% of educators will begin new evaluation system • All pilot and and non-professional staff • Volunteers by school/department • Professional status teachers scheduled for Phase 1 or Phase 3 for 2013-2014 • If not part of new evaluation will be on Phase 2 or 4 in old model • Individuals will be identified by the end of this school year • All teachers will receive training on the new system (September, October 2013 )District Determined Measures Committee will be established and work will begin on developing measures Student and staff surveys administered at end of 2013-2014 school year, and included as evidence (2013-2014) •Impact Rating included in summative (2015-2016) the following year
  13. 13. Implementation Timeline 2014-2015 •Remaining 50% of educators will begin the new Teacher Evaluation process •District Determined Measures will begin implementation
  14. 14. How will the district move forward?
  15. 15. •Pilot with approximately 50 educators •District goals and School Improvement Plans designed to align with new system •Educator Evaluation Facilitator (EEF) identified for each building •Software Purchase •Principal/EEF Train the Trainer - Module #1 on 5/20/13 •Principal/EFF/DLT Software Training Spring 2013 NOW • Module #1 Training for DLT Training - 8/21 • Research for Better Teaching Training for DLT/EEF - 8/22 Summer 2013 Fall 2013 • Faculty training 8/30 - Module #1 • Principal/EEF -Train the Trainer - Module #2 • DLT Training - Module #2 • Faculty Training - Module #2Module #1: Self Assessment, SMART goals, Educator plan, and software Module #2: Observations and Artifact Collection
  16. 16. For additional information, please visit… http://www.doe.mass.edu/edeval/ Insert picture

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