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Teacher Evaluation

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Susan Crawford

on 8 August 2012

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Transcript of Teacher Evaluation

Instructional
Evaluation
System Santa Rosa District Schools An expectation that all teachers can increase their expertise from year to year which produces gains in student achievement from year to year with a powerful cumulative effect. The Goal of Teacher Evaluation Domain 2 Planning and Preparing 1. Instructional Design and Lesson Planning FEAPs State Approved Model and Domain 4: Professionalism and Collegiality
(3 elements) Domain 4: Professionalism and Collegiality
(3 elements) Domain 1
Classroom Strategies and Behaviors Domain 2
Planning and Preparing Domain 3
Reflecting on Teaching Domain 4
Professionalism and Collegiality DQ 1: Communicating Learning Goals and Feedback

1. Providing Clear Learning Goals and Scales (rubrics)
2. Tracking Student Progress
3. Celebrating Student Success DQ 2: Helping Students Interact with New Knowledge

13. Reflecting on Learning DQ 3: Helping Students Practice and Deepen Knowledge

15. Organizing Students to Practice and Deepen Knowledge DQ 4: Helping Students Generate and Test Hypotheses

21. Organizing Students for Cognitively Complex Tasks
22. Engaging Students in Cognitively Complex Tasks Involving Hypothesis Generation and Testing
23. Providing Resources and Guidance DQ7: Recognizing Adherence to Rules and Procedures

33. Demonstrating "Withitness"
34. Applying Consequences for Lack of Adherence to Rules and Procedures
35. Acknowledging Adherence to Rules and Procedures DQ 9: Communicating High Expectations for All Students

39. Demonstrating Value and Respect for All Students Routine Events Addressing Content Enacted on the Spot Planning and Preparing for Lessons and Units

43. Lessons within Units Planning and Preparing for Use of Materials and Technology

46. Use of Available Technology Planning and Preparing for Special Needs of Students Receiving Special Education

48. Needs of Students Receiving Special Education Evaluating Personal Performance

51. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Individual Lessons and Units Promoting a Positive Environment

55. Promoting Positive Interactions with Colleagues
56. Promoting Positive Interactions about Students and Parents Promoting District and School Development

59. Adhering to District and School Rules and Procedures All teachers in their first year of teaching in Santa Rosa School District. These teachers will be formally observed once in the fall and once in the spring and an evaluation will be given near the end of each semester. Teachers in the 2nd and 3rd year of their teaching career with an effective or highly effective evaluation. Teachers will receive two formal observations (one in the fall and one in the spring) and one overall evaluation in the spring. Teachers in the 4th thru 9th year of their teaching career with an effective or highly effective evaluation. These teachers will be formally observed once during the school year and receive one overall evaluation in the spring. Teachers with more than 9 years teaching experience with an effective or highly effective evaluation. These teachers do not have to be formally observed during a school year unless their certificate is up for renewal. During that year, they will require one formal observation. Teachers will receive one overall evaluation in the spring. Teachers with more than 10 years in their teaching career with an effective or highly effective evaluation and documentation of service in 3 leadership roles in a school setting. These teachers do not have to be formally observed during a school year unless their certificate is up for renewal. During that year, they will require one formal observation. Teachers will receive one overall evaluation in the spring. Section I:
Verify Assignments Section II:
Parent and Student Surveys Section III:
Professional Development Plan Section IV:
Florida Education Accomplished Practices Section V:
Student Performance Scores Section VI:
Overall Rating 6. Professional Responsibility and Ethical Conduct Domain 4 Professionalism and Collegiality 2. The Learning Environment Domain 1 Classroom Strategies and Behaviors 3. Instructional Delivery and Facilitation 4. Assessment 5. Continuous Professional Improvement Domain 3 Reflecting on Teaching Domain 1: Classroom Strategies and Behaviors
(11 elements) Domain 2: Planning and Preparing
(3 elements) Domain 3: Reflecting on Teaching
(1 element) Instructional Personnel I
First Semester Evaluation Section I – Verify Assignments
In this section, the employee will complete demographic data and review their teaching assignment and teaching location. They will also verify the assessments/percentages to be used in their annual evaluation. Section II - Surveys
This section will include two surveys – Parent and Student. These surveys will be conducted in September and May of each school year. The school wide results from the May survey will be used on the teacher evaluation. In these surveys, the parents and the students will answer questions concerning their school. Each survey will count 5% of the teacher evaluation for a total of 10% of the overall evaluation. Section III - Professional Development Plan
Every educator in the Santa Rosa District School system is required to complete a professional development plan.
These plans are initiated by the end of the first quarter of the school year. This section will count 10% of the overall teacher evaluation. Section IV - Administrator’s Evaluation of the
Florida Educator Accomplished Practices
This section of the evaluation is where the administrator is measuring the teacher’s implementation of the Florida Educators Accomplished Practices. This section is based on the Marzano model and will total the data collected from formal and informal observations and other teacher interactions to determine effectiveness. This
section will count 30% of the overall evaluation. Section V - Student Performance
This section will count 50% of the total teacher evaluation. This section will be completed within two weeks of the date the district receives the information from the State. This section will count the full 50% for all teachers regardless of the number of years of data available. Section VI - Overall Evaluation
This section totals the previous four sections and identifies an overall annual evaluation. This section will be completed within two weeks of the date the district receives student performance data from the state.
The administrator must send a copy of the evaluation to the teacher within 10 days of the completion of the evaluation. The administrator must discuss the overall evaluation with the teacher. First Semester Evaluations - Instructional Personnel I
This level requires two evaluations – one at the end of the first semester and one at the end of the school year.
The second evaluation will use the instrument as all other instructional levels and include Section IV with
student performance. The first evaluation is different due to the fact that the evaluation takes place in the
middle of the school year.
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