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Designing, Implementing and Managing Teacher Evaluation Syst

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Designing, Implementing and Managing Teacher Evaluation Systems
Defining Purpose and it's Power
Only 37% of people clearly know their company's goals
Only 20% are enthusiastic about those goals
Only 20% see how they could support those goals
Only 15% feel enabled to work towards them
Only 20% fully trust the company they work for

Identifying your Purpose
1. Describe your school's mission and vision.

2. Describe how your teacher evaluation system is implemented.
How is focus determined?
What types of things are considered in overall teacher evaluation?
Do evaluations differ from teacher to teacher?
Do you participate in different types of observations?
What is the purpose of your evaluation? How does purpose impact implementation?
Creating Alignment
1. Describe how school level, classroom level, and student level goals are created and monitored.

2. Can they be traced back to your school's mission and vision?

3. Are these goals incorporated into your teacher evaluation processes?
Using the Power of Purpose, Tucker
Creating Buy in
How do your teachers know what is expected of them?
What does your school do to prepare teachers for evaluation? Training, resources?
Are teachers involved in establishing the system?
Are teachers involved in establishing goals?
Are teachers involved in observing their peers?
What do you do with your evaluation results?
Are teachers aware of all the uses of evaluation?
Selecting a Model(s) That Meets Your Goals
Value Added Models
Growth Models
Observation Protocols and Rubrics
Walk throughs
Student Learning Objectives
Key Behaviors
School Level Goals
The Works
Weighting the Works
Prioritize your goals
Standardize and scale
Aggregating scores - scales vs. minimum requirements
Implement, Review, Plan, Repeat
Consistency matters
Equity vs. Equality
Recognize improvement
Make it a team effort
Establishing Trust
Consistent
Unbiased
Authentic
Reasonable
Beneficial
"What is in a rubric will shape what teachers do in a classroom." - MET Project

Current Teacher Evaluation Facts
MDE Survey of schools reported that more 10 different factors were considered in teacher evaluations
Student acheivement was the 3rd most common
Most districts use an internally developed tool
Less than a quarter of schools weight student growth at 40% or more of their evaluation
97% of teachers were rated effective or higher
How are teachers currently evaluated?
Identifying your evaluation process
Describe how your teacher evaluation system is implemented.
How is focus determined?
What types of things are considered in overall teacher evaluation?
Do evaluations differ from teacher to teacher?
Do you participate in different types of observations?
What is the purpose of your evaluation? How does purpose impact implementation?
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