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2015-16 Teacher Evaluation

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Pasco County School's
2015-16 Teacher Evaluation Model
Overview Video
Please take a moment to watch the introductory video below:
GOAL!
Student Achievement!
Thank you!
Deliberate Practice Plan (DP Plan)
Teacher:
Completes self-assessment on the 8 Focus Elements
Chooses a target element and set growth goal
Answers guiding questions and creates a growth goal statement
Develops growth goal action plan
DP Plan should be completed in myPGS by September 11, 2015

Administrator works together with teacher & agree on DP Plan
Domain 2-4 Observation
All elements will receive a mid-year rating for progress monitoring only.
Mid-Year rating will be in myPGS no later then the first week of the 2nd Semester (week of January 19-22).
All elements will receive a final rating in myPGS no later then May 18, 2016
Evidence/Documents for Domains 2-4 can come from various sources by both teachers and administrators through direct observations and the collection of artifacts.
First Semester: Domain 1
Formal/Announced Observation(s)
Follows the formal Observation Cycle:
Pre-Conference (if requested by the teacher)
Observation
Post-Conference
Observation will takes place within 1 week of notification
Observation is length of a lesson not to exceed 50 minutes
All observation data including administrator feedback will be entered into myPGS within 10 work days from the observation.

Second Semester: Domain 1
Informal/Unannounced Observations
Observation is Unannounced
Observation is length of a lesson not to exceed 50 minutes
Teacher has a one-time option of requesting the administrator to conduct the Informal/Unannounced Observation at another time unless there is a scheduling conflict.
All observation data including administrator feedback will be entered into myPGS within 10 work days form the observation.
Please click below for step-by-step walk-through video:
First semester observations should be completed prior to January 14, 2016
Second semester observations should be completed by April 29, 2016
Scoring for Domain 1 Observations:
Each Domain 1 observation will be scored separately using the metric below and then averaged together to make up the overall Domain 1 score.

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Highly Effective (4):
Meets all requirements for Effective and at least 15% of scorable elements in the Domain 1 observation at Level 4 (Innovating).

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

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Developing/Needs Improvement (2):
Less than 60% of scorable elements at Level 3 (Applying) or higher and less than 50% of scorable elements at Levels 0 and/or 1 (Not Using and/or Beginning)

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Unsatisfactory (1):
At least 50% of scorable elements at Levels 0 and/or 1 (Not Using and/or Beginning)

Scoring for Domains 2 & 4:
Highly Effective (4):
At least 65% of scorable elements at Level 3 (Applying) or higher and no scorable elements at Levels 0 and/or 1 (Not Using and/or Beginning)

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

Developing/Needs Improvement (2):
Less than 60% of scorable elements at Level 3 (Applying) or higher and less than 50% of scorable elements at Levels 0 and/or 1 (Not Using and/or Beginning)

Unsatisfactory (1):
At least 50% of scorable elements at Levels 0 and/or 1 (Not Using and/or Beginning)

Scoring for Domain 3 (Deliberate Practice):
• This year, domain 3 will be scored and included as a 15% additive to the Status Score (Domains 1, 2, & 4).

• There will be an additional element added to Domain 3 that scores the level at which the teacher attains his/her goal on the targeted element in their Deliberate Practice Plan using the scale below

• All elements in Domain will be given a score from 0(Not Using)-4 (Innovating). All elements, including the new element, will be averaged together to come up with the overall Domain 3 Score

• The overall Domain 3 score will be multiplied by 15% and this amount will be added to the Status Score (Domains 1, 2 & 4 observations)


Domain 3 New Element Scale:
Innovating (4):
When a teacher improves
three (3) levels on his/her targeted element, or when a teacher improves from “Applying” to “Innovating” on his/her targeted element.
Applying (3):
When a teacher improves two (2) levels on his/her targeted element, or when a teacher improves from “Developing” to “Applying” on his/her targeted element.
Developing/Needs Improvement (2):
When a teacher improves one (1) level on his/her targeted element.
Beginning (1):
When a teacher does not improve on his/her targeted element
Not Using (0):
When a teacher does not complete a Deliberate Practice Plan.

Summative Evaluation Scoring:
Status Score:
• The status score is calculated by multiplying the overall Domain 1 score by 60%, overall Domain 2 score by 30%, and overall Domain 4 score by 10% and then adding all three scores together.
Instructional Practice Score:
• The Instructional Practice Score will be the Status Score plus the Domain 3, 15% additive.

• The Instructional Practice Score will make up 65% of the teacher’s Summative Evaluation

Summative Evaluation Score:
o Instructional Practice Score multiplied by 65%

o Student Performance Measure multiplied by 35%

o The two scores above are added together to makeup the
Final Summative Evaluation Score

o Final Scores between:
3.5 – 4.0 will represent
“Highly Effective”

2.5-3.4 will represent
“Effective”

1.5-2.4 will represent
“Developing/Needs Improvement”

Less than 1.5 will represent
“Unsatisfactory”

Student Performance Measure:
The following will be used where a value added model is available and as appropriate, unless state statute or state board rule specifies otherwise. For other instruments an appropriate classification will be determined to best reflect student performance measure attributed to the teacher.

“Highly Effective” – At least 75% of applicable students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model(s) for a rolling three (3) year period.

“Effective” – At least 40% but less than 75% of applicable students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model(s) for a rolling three (3) year period.

“Developing/Needs Improvement” - At least 20% but less than 40% of applicable students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model(s) for a rolling three (3) year period.

“Unsatisfactory” - Less than 20% of applicable students meet or exceed the expectations established by the state approved value added model(s) for a rolling three (3) year period.

Makes up 35% of Summative
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