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PDAS Professional Expectations Updated

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“The goal of the PDAS is to improve student performance through professional development of teachers.”
Professional Development
and Appraisal System

When can I be appraised?
Review of the PDAS Calendar
Section 1 due no later than 3 weeks after orientation.
Teacher Self-Report
Appraisal Framework and Scoring Criteria
Domains 1-8
Domains 1-5
Classroom Centered
Non-Classroom Domains
Domains 6, 7, and 8
Critical Attributes, Quality, and Quantity
Appraiser's Scoring Sheet
The formal observation is a minimum of 45 minutes
Walkthroughs can take place any time during the year and may be any length the appraiser feels is necessary
Classroom Observation
Highlight "Active, successful student participation" in Domain 1 Title.
Highlight "Engaged in Learning" Criterion 1. This is a critical attribute.
With your table group, find and highlight the critical attributes in Criteria 2, 4, and 5.
Repeat the process for Domain 2.
As a team, begin to "Build your Classroom" by drawing a large square on poster paper.
Discuss what an administrator would see, when they walked into your classroom, that showed that your were proficient in Domain 1.
Draw the visual in your "classroom".
Repeat for Domain 2.
Repeat the "highlighting" process for Domains 3, 4, and 5.
As a team, continue to "build your classroom" by discussing what the administrator would see, for Domains III-V, in your classroom.
Draw a visualization for each domain on your poster.
Repeat highlighting activity for Domains 6, 7, and 8.
As a team, discuss what would be in your classroom that would demonstrate your proficiency in the non-classroom domains.(i.e. professional development books on your book shelf)
Draw a visualization for each domain on your poster.
Share your poster with the whole group.
The formal observation will take place according to your district’s guidelines and is a minimum of 45 minutes.
The formal observation will consist of a 45 minute observation according to district guidelines.
Remember that the 45 minute observation can be segmented if mutually agreed upon by the teacher and appraiser.
Walkthroughs can take place any time during the year and may be any length the appraiser feels is necessary.
Walkthroughs can take place anytime during the year and may be any length of time.
Teacher Self Report Sections II and III -
Part 2:
Locate TSR Sections II and III and Domain VIII –in the Appraisal Framework (Pg. 45-46).
Look at question number 3 of Part II of the TSR. The appraiser will use the response to this question as the basis for scoring two criteria in Domain VIII. What are they?
[VIII 3 and 4] ƒ
Look at question number 4 of Part II of the TSR. The appraiser will use the response to this question as the basis for scoring one criterion in Domain VIII. What is it?
[VIII 5] ƒ
Look at question number 5 of Part II of the TSR. The appraiser will use the response to this question as the basis for scoring one criterion in Domain VIII. What is it?
[VIII 6] ƒ
Look at question number 6 of Part II of the TSR. The appraiser will use the response to this question as the basis for scoring one criterion in Domain VIII. What is it?
[VIII 8]
Part 3:

Think about Domain VI – Professional Development. How do you suppose appraisers know what professional development each teacher has engaged in throughout the school year? The appraiser depends on what the teacher reports on questions 7 and 8. ƒ
Part III also addresses future Professional Development in question 9. This is useful for campus and district planning.
Note that for question number 9, teachers may make notes on the TSR or be prepared to discuss future professional development at the summative annual conference.
Summative Appraisal and Conference
► Your summative annual conference will occur within the required timeline, and “…shall focus on the written summative report and related data sources.”
► In the last example, you will see how a Summative Annual Conference might look and sound.
The Summative Annual Conference will include:
The observation summary(ies),
Any cumulative documentation that has been shared with the teacher (including documentation from walkthrough and/or additional observations and any additional documentation), and
Examples of cumulative documentation can be found in the Appendix, pg.
The Teacher Self-Report in its entirety.
Review the Appraisal Period Timeline (Pg 36).
The Summative Conference must be held no later than 15 working days before the end of the school year.
Under no circumstances is the appraiser allowed to unilaterally waive the Summative Annual Conference.
Who is
in the room?
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