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DSBPC Professional Growth System 2014

Overview of DSBPC Professional Growth System: Deliberate Practice to the Final Evaluation Score
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Transcript of DSBPC Professional Growth System 2014

Deliberate Practice Process
Teacher completes Self-Assessment

Teacher reviews the data from iObservation

Choose one element for your DP Plan

Create your DP Plan in iObservation
Deliberate Practice
Conference
Administrator provides coaching & support to the teacher on the DP Plan

Teacher revises DP Plan if necessary

Teacher and administrator work together & agree on DP Plan
Deliberate Practice
Pasco's Professional Growth System 2014-15
Administrative Observations
1st Year Teachers, New to Pasco, & NI or U Teachers
Click on video below
Suggested DP Plan Action Steps Activities:

Sign up & attend Professional Development at school or district level
Work with your PLC to learn new strategies within DP targeted element.
Receive Coaching from your administrator or Instructional Trainer Coach (if applicable)
iObservation Resource Library for targeted element
Self-Observation
Peer Observation with Feedback
DSBPC Marzano Instructional Framework Canvas Course
https://pasco.instructure.com/courses/34864
Research targeted element on your own
Classroom Teachers
Informal Observations
2 Informal Observations:

Both are Unannounced

Both are Non-Evaluative

Used for feedback and growth
Formal Observation
1 Formal Observation:
Pre-Conference 1 week prior
Observation done within a window of time
Post-Conference
May redo Formal Observation 1 time if you score at the NI or U levels
Informal Observations:
2 Informal Observations (2014-15 School Year):
Unannounced
Teacher & Admin can agree to conduct observation at another time for one occasion only, unless a conflict precludes this option
Teachers who receive Effective or Highly Effective in each informal observation will have a post-Conference held for feedback, growth & a cumulative score will represent the Status Score for the year
If the teacher has not earned Effective or Highly Effective in either informal observation, those teachers will receive a Formal Observation (see Formal Observation).
Formal Observation:
Teachers who have not earned an Effective or Highly Effective during either of their Informal Observations will receive 1 Formal Observation
Formal Observation Cycle:
Pre-Conference
Observation
Post Conference
For those teachers required to have a Formal Observation, the Formal Observation rating will serve as their Status Score & the Informal Observations will be used for feedback & growth purposes.
Non-Classroom Teachers
Deliberate Practice Plan:
During the year, teachers will work on their DP Plan for continuous improvement & analyze their progress of their chosen element.

If during the observations and/or walkthroughs, the DP element has not been sufficiently observed, the teacher will provide to the admin a window of time during which an unannounced informal observation will take place for the purpose of capturing data for the teacher in the DP Element.

Admin Finalizes DP in iObservation
Evaluation Process:
Once DP & Observations are complete, admin goes into iObservation to Finalize the Evaluation Process
Scoring of the Summative Evaluation:
1. Status Score:
3. Student Performance Component (50% of the overall summative score)
"Highly Effective"-At least 75% of students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model for a rolling 3 year period.

"Effective"- At least 40% but less then 75% of students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model for a rolling 3 year period.

"Developing/Need Improvement"- At least 20% but less then 40% of students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model for a rolling 3 year period.

"Unsatisfactory"- Less then 20% of students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model for a rolling 3 year period.
2. Deliberate Practice
"Highly Effective"-Teacher improves 3 levels on his/her targeted DP element, or when a teacher improves from "Applying" to "Innovating" on his/her target DP elelment.

"Effective"- Teacher improves 2 levels on his/her targeted DP element, or when a teacher improves from "Developing" to "Applying" on his/her target DP elelment.

"Developing/Needs Improvement"- Teacher improves 1 level on his/her targeted DP element.

"Unsatisfactory"- Teacher does not improve on his/her targeted DP element.
4. Final Score Calculation

A teacher’s Deliberate Practice Score will be multiplied by twenty percent (20%) and added to the teacher’s Status Score to form the Teacher’s Instructional Practices Score.

The Instructional Practices Score and Student Performance Measure Score will be averaged together to provide the final summative evaluation score.


Final scores:
3.5 and 4.0 will represent “Highly Effective;”
2.5 and 3.4 will represent “Effective;”
1.5 and 2.4 will represent “Developing/Needs Improvement;”
less than 1.5 will represent “Unsatisfactory.”

Summary
Domains 2-4
"Highly Effective"-At least 60% of scorable elements at Level 3 (Applying) or higher and no scoreable elements at Level 0 or 1 (Beginning &/or Not Using).

"Effective"- At least 60% of scorable elements at Level 3 (Applying) or higher.

"Developing/Need Improvement"- Less then 60% of scorable elements at Level 3 (Applying) or higher & less then 50% of scoreable elements at Levels 0 &/or 1 (Beginning &/or Not Using).

"Unsatisfactory"- At least 50% of scoreable elements at Levels 0 &/or 1 (Beginning &/or Not Using).
Status Score: Domain Breakdown
Domain 1: 70%

Domain 2: 15%

Domain 3: 10%

Domain 4: 5%
Status Score Component:
Additive
Click here for Overview Video
Click for Overview Video

Scoring Overview
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Domain 2:
Planning & Preparing
Domain 3:
Reflecting on Teaching
Domain 4:
Collegiality & Professionalism
15% of Total Status Score
Planning & Preparing for:
Lessons and Units (3 Elements)

Use of Resources & Technology (2 Elements)

The needs of English Language Learners (1 Element)

The needs of Students Receiving Special Education (1 Element)

The needs of Students who lack Support for Schooling (1 Element)
10% of Total Status Score
Evaluating Personal Performance (3 Elements)


Developing & Implementing a Professional Growth Plan (2 Elements)
5% of Total Status Score
Promoting a Positive Environment (2 Elements)

Promoting Exchange of Ideas & Strategies (2 Elements)

Promoting District & School Development (2 Elements)
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Start by watching Overview video below:

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Additional Information can be found on the Professional Development Website at:
http://www.pasco.k12.fl.us/staffdev/teacher_evaluations
Additional Information can be found on the Professional Development Website at:
http://www.pasco.k12.fl.us/staffdev/teacher_evaluations

Follows the NCBT Learning Map & Protocols

Follows the same observation format as listed above two categories.

If a formal observation is needed, it will last approximately 20 minutes in length & NCBT can provide various artifacts evidences outside the scope of the observation (as in previous years)


Adding Evidence & Artifacts Video
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