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1 The most powerful, single modification that enhances achievement is feedback. The simplest prescription for improving education must be “dollops of feedback.” Hattie, J.A., PhD, Director, Melbourne Education Research Institute University of Melbourne Graduate School of Education

2 Areas of the brain are more active in subjects who are learning tasks and receiving feedback than in those subjects not receiving feedback. It is encouraging, motivating and fills the strong emotional need to be valued. David Sousa, Educational Neuroscientist “Brain-Friendly Learning for Teachers” (2009)

3 Feedback is essential for individual, community and organizational effectiveness and learning. David Perkins, Author, Project Zero, Harvard University “King Author’s Round Table: How Collaborative Conversations Create Smart Organizations” (2003)

4 September’s Work Effective Feedback 3 Keepers 1 Polisher
Apply Concepts

5 Today’s Work You will provide feedback to your colleagues to engage in continuous improvement efforts You will develop an understanding of the new Teacher Evaluation System rubric criteria

6 You will do this by… Reading other administrator's feedback and leaving feedback based on the criteria for effective feedback. Review the Danielson Framework Rubric to discuss: Criteria Weighting System Evaluation Methods Next Steps

7 Step 1: Reading other administrator's feedback and leaving feedback based on the criteria for effective feedback. Form G Task: Read Form G Compare to Rubric Provide Feedback Take personal notes for post discussion Rotate to new Form G Try to get to at least 3 Form G Form G Form G Form G

8 Rubric for Feedback

9 Personal Notes Questions to Consider:
What did you notice was effective? What suggestions for change might you make? What trends did you observe? What questions do you have?

10 Timelines Task Time Opening 10 minutes Reading Rotation 15 minutes
(5 minutes each) Debrief Danielson Framework and Next Steps

11 Debrief In general, what did you notice about the feedback?
What were some effective practices that you can describe? What do you think are continued areas of focus?

12 Artifacts and Conferences
Danielson Framework Domains Weight Evidence 1. Planning for Active Learning 15% Artifacts and Conferences 2. The Classroom Environment 35% Observations 3. Instruction 4. Profession Responsibilities and Teacher Leadership

13 Teacher Practice Rating
Score each component in each of the 4 domains (17 Ratings) 1a = 2 1b = 3 1c = 3 1d = 2 2a = 3 2b = 3 2c = 3 2d = 1 2e = 2 3a = 2 3b = 2 3c = 3 3d = 3 3e = 3 4a = 3 4b = 3 4c = 1 Add scores, divide by the # of components to get an average domain score = 2.5 = 2.4 = 2.6 = 2.3 Multiply domain score by the weight to get weighted score Domain 1 Domain 2 Domain 3 Domain 4 2.5 x 15% = .38 2.4 x 35% = .84 2.6 x 35% = .91 2.3 x 15% = .35 Add domain weights to get total score (40% of total evaluation) = 2.5

14 Walk Away Activity Between now and next admin. council…
Complete at least one observation (Form G) Use the Danielson Framework, focusing on either: Domain 2; or Domain 3 Bring back your feedback to next admin. council meeting

15 Common Summer Work Days
July 10 – 11th August 7 – 8th


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