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Independent Schools and Evaluation

Friday March 26th, 2010 ELFH 623: Special Problems in Leading Instructional Improvements Craig Hochbein & Houston Barber
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Joshua Pretzer

on 19 September 2010

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Transcript of Independent Schools and Evaluation

INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS AND EVALUATION Self-Define Curriculum Self-Selected Faculty Smaller Size Systems Self-Governance Self-Supported Tuition
Annual Giving
Endowment Nonprofit
Board of Directors
Mission-driven School sizes
Student load Certification
Selection & Training
Salary Mission-driven
Research-driven
"Whole Child" Diverse Communities Social Justice
Global Whole School Evaluation Faculty Evaluation Culver educates its students for leadership and responsible citizenship in society by developing and nurturing the whole individual - mind, spirit, and body - through an integrated curriculum that emphasizes the cultivation of character. St. Xavier
Meredith Dunn
Chance School
duPont Manual Day Boarding Totals Summative Formative For most ISACS schools, the accreditation cycle takes place over a seven year period with the completion of specific activities in each year. The accreditation process is based upon two fundamental principles:
Full and complete written disclosure of a school's strengths, weaknesses, and future plans and priorities, and
An on-site visit by a team of ISACS teachers and administrators looking for congruence during their three and one-half day observation.
ISACS Website "While the triennial review of programs will be overseen by the PEC, individual program reviews will be under the auspices of the various departments. The purpose of the triennial review is three-fold:
To highlight annually select programs from around the school;
To allow departments to review and adjust their programs as appropriate;
To provide for peer review by external evaluators."
Culver Program Evaluation Committee Guidelines
Triennial Review Process Program Evaluation Committee Faculty-Driven Basic Expectations Evidence Self-study
Faculty interviews by Culver peers
Peer review by outside evaluators
Survey data (students almost always part of this)
Student data


Summative Formative Rank and Promotion Model Example: Five Year Process Example: National Board of Professional Teaching Standards Evidence Annual Performance Review Department Chair Observations
School Leader Observations (First 5 Years)
Faculty Peer Involvement
Student Experience Survey (Bains, NBPTS)
Self-Reflection, Focus on Goals The portfolio of classroom practice consists of four entries:
One classroom-based entry with accompanying student work
Two classroom-based entries that require video recordings of interactions between you and your students
One documented accomplishments entry that provides evidence of your accomplishments outside of the classroom and how that work impacts student learning
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