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1 Performance Appraisal Systems

2 By the end of this session we will have an understanding of the following: A model for teacher evaluation based on current research The correlation of BEST in the observation and feedback The structure of the instructional appraisal system The FEAPs as a framework for the observation process Desired Outcomes

3 Evaluation process requires a two-way dialogue between observer and observee A teachers impact as a leader on the school should extend beyond the classroom The primary purpose of an evaluation is to improve instruction, evidenced by student achievement Rationale

4 The development of the evaluation process for any one teacher is designed with the input of both teacher and administration Evaluation for the teacher is an ongoing reflective process It takes more than one observation to evaluate the effectiveness of a teacher Rationale

5 Teacher effectiveness is correlated to the level of student engagement and student performance Fundamental to all we do is the underlying purpose: Improving student achievement through growth in reflection, collaboration, and professional practice. Rationale

6 All teachers can increase their expertise and skill level from year to year which allows gains in student achievement from year to year. Goal

7 Professional Appraisal Model PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES 21 Points: 21 Points: Professional Practices 10 Points: 10 Points: Professional Growth Plan Development 8 Points: 8 Points: Plan Implementation 8 Points: 8 Points: Collaboration & Mutual Accountability PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES 21 Points: 21 Points: Professional Practices 10 Points: 10 Points: Professional Growth Plan Development 8 Points: 8 Points: Plan Implementation 8 Points: 8 Points: Collaboration & Mutual Accountability 50% Multi-Metric (47 pts) INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTABILITY BASED ON IDENTIFIED ASSESSMENTS 35 Points:Results 35 Points: Individual Results 3 Points: 3 Points: Regression 5 Points: 5 Points: Collaborative team student achievement closing the achievement gap results related to closing the achievement gap of the Lowest 25% in Reading and/or Math INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTABILITY BASED ON IDENTIFIED ASSESSMENTS 35 Points:Results 35 Points: Individual Results 3 Points: 3 Points: Regression 5 Points: 5 Points: Collaborative team student achievement closing the achievement gap results related to closing the achievement gap of the Lowest 25% in Reading and/or Math 40% Student Achievement (40 pts) DISTRICT OPTION: TEAM & SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY 5 Points:School Improvement Plan 5 Points: Achievement of School Improvement Plan goals assigned for whole school results or team results 2 Points: Professional Growth Plan (PGP) target(s) 2 Points: Individual accountability for meeting individual Professional Growth Plan (PGP) target(s) DISTRICT OPTION: TEAM & SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY 5 Points:School Improvement Plan 5 Points: Achievement of School Improvement Plan goals assigned for whole school results or team results 2 Points: Professional Growth Plan (PGP) target(s) 2 Points: Individual accountability for meeting individual Professional Growth Plan (PGP) target(s) 10% Student Achievement (7 pts) 3 pointsAlignment 3 points: Alignment of Professional Practices with Student Growth Measures 3 pointsAlignment 3 points: Alignment of Professional Practices with Student Growth Measures 3 points

8 Formal Evaluation of Professional Practices 21 Pts (includes formal and informal observations) Professional Growth Plan Development 10 Pts PGP Implementation 8 Pts Collaboration and Mutual Accountability 8 Pts Professional Practices

9 Formal Evaluation of Professional Practices (21 Pts) BPS Instructional Dimensions BPS Instructional Performance Appraisal System Dimensions

10 Development of PGP Goal Work Plan Strategies Outcome Measures and Reflection Professional Growth Plan Development (10 Pts)

11 individual pre-conference meetings with administrator teachers may collaborate with others in development but no plan should be identical PGP goal may continue into second year if student data indicates a need for continued professional growth in a particular area Strategies and outcome indicators would be differentiated in year two PGP Development

12 Working the Plan Peer observations are required for a Distinguished rating In-Process Monitoring Professional Growth Plan Implementation (8 Pts) Professional Growth Plan Ientation (8 Pts)

13 Working together as a team to improve the achievement of a specific group of at-risk students. Groups may be by grade level, department, cohorts, etc. Teacher and Student groups must be identified by September 30 All groups must have at least 8 students and specify learning targets and measures Collaboration and Mutual Accountability (8 Pts)

14 Orientation Each year - all instructional personnel During pre-planning or 30 days within first workday All instruments provided Assessment forms Data collection forms Supporting procedures Procedures

15 Observations Reflective practice Facilitator support: Singularly, or in combination School administrator(s) District level certificated personnel Peer teachers Resource teachers Teacher leaders Other qualified persons Procedures

16 Formative Time frame provided to teacher Pre-conference required Full lesson segment observable elements in Dimensions 2, 3, 4, and 6 Use classroom observation instrument (COI) Use language of rubric Post-conference with scored feedback within 10 days Upload COI to sharepoint site Formal Observations

17 Formative Minimum of two for all teachers Use COI instrument Written or scored feedback observed from dimensions 2,3, 4, or 6 provided within 5 days electronically or face to face Upload COI to sharepoint site Informal Observations

18 Teachers with 3+ years experience with Brevard Public Schools Meet or exceed standards of FEAPs as defined in the 7 IPPAS Dimensions Three conferences annually (minimum) PGP planning/Pre-observation conference Mid-year conference PGP Implementation/final evaluation conference Procedures

19 Annual Contract Teachers Meet standards of FEAPs as defined in the 7 IPPAS Dimensions Three conferences annually PGP planning/Pre-observation conference Mid-year conference/Interim evaluation conference PGP Implementation/Final Evaluation Conference Procedures

20 Teachers new to Brevard Probationary for one year Two formal observations from administrator Two observations by other administrator orqualified persons New Hires

21 Teachers not meeting standards of FEAPs Interim evaluation/notice of deficiency Written PDAP Specific strategies, suggestions, improvements Specific teaching behaviors Specific & reasonable timeline to correct deficient areas Procedures (cont.)

22 PSC Teacher who receives unsatisfactory rating shall be placed on probation for 90 calendar days Four observations and conferences 14 days after 90 days for administrator to assess performance and submit recommendations to Superintendent Procedures

23 Summative evaluation, Part I 47 points Includes: formal evaluation of professional practices (21 points), PGP Development (10 points), PGP Implementation (8 points), and Collaborative/Mutual Accountability Score (8 points) Signed in the spring by teacher and administrator Uploaded into SharePoint Signed copy provided to teacher Signed original sent to Labor Relations Procedures

24 Summative Part II Totals 100 points Includes Summative Part I and Student Achievement Scores Signed by Teacher and Administrator in the fall Upload into SharePoint Signed copy provided to teacher Signed original sent to Labor Relations Procedures

25 Scores added together from Summative Part I and summative Part II for determining Highly Effective, Effective, Needs to Improve or Unsatisfactory Performance What does it look like?

26 Summative --Multi-metric 100 point scale 0-50 – Student Growth 35 points --Value added student scores 5 pointscollaborative team effort 5 points –School Improvement Plan 3 pointsschool regression data 2 pointstarget met PGP student growth Overall Points and Rating Scale

27 Summative Part I 47-40– Highly Effective 39-32– Effective 31-28– Needs Improvement 27 and less – Unsatisfactory

28 Summative Part II – Highly Effective – Effective – Needs Improvement 63 and less – Unsatisfactory Annual Performance Scale


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