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Seed

teacher evaluation system
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Mark Jewett

on 24 April 2013

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System for Educator Evaluation and Development
Teacher Success
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Student Success Summative Goals 2 Formal Observations
Scheduled in advance
Pre-Observation meeting to discuss practice
Observations are at least 30 min
Post observation meeting with written and verbal feedback Observations Self-assessment form completed prior to meeting

Discussion of goal progress/contribution from all 4 areas of the evaluation model (45%, 5%, 40%, 10%)

Necessary adjustments can be made to goals based on important class dynamics that may have changed since the start of the year

Summary of conversation provided in written form Midyear Observation Midyear SEED Overview-Your Path... Category #1
(40%) Performance and Practice Category #2
(10%)
1 related parent engagement goal based on survey results (45%)
Category #3 2 "SLOs": Student Learning Objective
Atleast 1 IAGD per SLO
SLO - Written in general terms, ex. growth,
IAGD is written in the SMART format
*IAGD: Indicator of academic growth and development Category #4
(5%) Whole-school Student Learning Indicator and/or Student feedback Goals Summative 1 Informal Observation
Not scheduled
No pre-observation meeting
Observations are at least 10/15 minutes
Post obs meeting written or verbal DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM * Collaborative access between teacher and evaluator
*Single storage of all documents and evidence components
*Cloud based (January / February) "If it becomes clear that SLOs can be improved or are no longer appropriate, adjustments may be considered if:

• Based on new information gathered since the SLOs were set, the objectives fail to address the most important
learning challenges in the classroom and/or school.

• New, more reliable sources of evidence are available.

• Class composition has significantly changed.

• Teaching schedule, assignment or personal circumstance has significantly changed." "Necessary" Adjustment to Goals described by SEED SMART Goal Example for Teacher Performance and Practice (40%):
By June 2013, I will use higher-order thinking questioning and discussion techniques to actively engage at least 85% of my students in discussions that promote understanding of content, interaction among students and opportunities to extend thinking. Teacher Practice Student Outcomes 1-3 goals aligned with StEPP ( Standards for Educator Performance and Practice based on CCT ) Parent feedback Determining School-Level Parent Goals Principals and teachers should review the parent survey results at the beginning of the school year to identify areas of need and set general parent engagement goals based on the survey results.

Possible goals include improving communication with parents, helping parents become more effective in support of homework, improving parent-teacher conferences, etc. Student Growth and Development Teachers whose students take a standardized assessment will create one SLO based on standardized indicators and one SLO based on a minimum of one non-standardized indicator

EXAMPLE:
My 22 students will demonstrate improvement in or mastery of reading comprehension skills by June 2013. An Indicator of Academic Growth and Development (IAGD) is the specific evidence, with a quantitative target, that will demonstrate whether the objective was met.

EXAMPLE
All 17 (77%) students assessed on the standard CMT will maintain proficiency, goal or advanced performance, or will gain a proficiency band on 4th grade CMT Reading in March 2013.
All 5 students (23%) assessed on the MAS for Reading CMT will achieve at the proficient or goal level on 4th grade CMT Reading MAS in March 2013. Based on the school performance index (SPI) 1. Teacher Self-Assessment
Teacher completes a self-assessment for review by the evaluator.

2. Scoring
The evaluator reviews submitted evidence, self-assessment and observation data to generate category and focus area ratings.

3. End-of-Year Conference
The evaluator and the teacher meet to discuss category ratings.
Evaluator assigns a summative rating and generates a summary report of the evaluation (Done in May) End-of-Year Summative Review:
Timeframe: May; must be completed by June 1 2013-2014 Expectations *After all data, including state test data, are available, the evaluator may adjust the summative rating if the state test data change the student-related indicators significantly to change the final rating.
Such revisions should take place as soon as state test data are available and before September 15.
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