3 Electronic Teacher Principal Evaluation System (eTPES) All forms will be located in eTPES The electronic Teacher and Principal Evaluation System (eTPES) is the required accountability system for conducting and documenting educator evaluations and calculating ratings.Teachers will receive an activation code in school .
4 The Three Components Comprehensive Evaluation Annual Evaluation Performance Review EvaluationAn add-on to the annual evaluation
5 There is no more 5 year cycle for TES comprehensives. There is no longer a re-credentialing process for lead teachers.Intervention and PRP are still active.
6 When Evaluations Occur Comprehensive Evaluations occur:Beginning of employment (NEW HIRE)InterventionWhen volunteering for CC or LT statusAnnual Evaluations occur every year that no Comprehensive Evaluation is scheduled.
8 50% Teacher Performance: Specifics of the Annual ConferencePrincipal and Teacher reflect on the questions on the framework prior to the conference (form A). At the conference, the Professional Growth Plan (form B) is completed using the goals menu (form C).
9 50% Teacher Performance: Specifics of the Annual Observation One unannounced observation and one announced observation
10 50% Teacher Performance: TES Classroom Walk-throughs (CWTs) Each teacher will get two (2) 15-minute TES CWTs.TES CWTs are NOT announced in advance.Teachers will be notified when the admin comes into the room that the TES CWT .FORM G CWT is ONLY for TES and IS evaluative.TES Walkthroughs ARE a part of the holistic scoring for the TEACHER PERFORMANCE SCORE.Regular Principal CWTs still will be used informally.
11 Annual Evaluation Professional Responsibilities Checklist The purpose is to have professional responsibilities noted in the evaluation process. (form H)All items are included in current contract.So that a teacher has an opportunity to improve or correct the problem(s), the administrator must provide written notification of concerns and evidence of not meeting any responsibility prior to completing the checklist designation.This form IS NOT included in the holistic scoring for Teacher Performance.
13 50% Student Growth Measures Annual Evaluation Teacher Value Added“Value-Added” refers to the value-added methodology provided by ODE. Where value-added data for grades 4-8 for English language arts and mathematics exists (via state–provided assessments), value-added data must be one of the multiple measures used in calculating student growth.
14 50% Student Growth Measures Annual Evaluation A student who has 60 or more unexcused absences will not be included.Data from these multiple measures will be scored on five levels in accordance with ODE guidance and converted to a score in one of three levels of student growth on the final summary sheet (Form K):1) Above2) Expected3) BelowMake sure that this slide is corrected for admins– their packets say excused and/or unexcused.
15 50% Student Growth Measures Annual Evaluation All teachers who instruct students more than 50% of the time will create Student Learning Objectives.Make sure that this slide is corrected for admins– their packets say excused and/or unexcused.
16 Teacher Performance Rating Using the Professional Growth Plan, Classroom Observation(s) and documented Classroom Walkthroughs, the administrator will use a holistic process to determine the final rating for Teacher Performance (50%).This will be documented on the Annual Final Summary Sheet in eTPES.SGMs will make up the other 50%. This will also be documented in eTPES.
17 Performance Review Evaluation (PRE) A Performance Review Evaluation (PRE) is an annual evaluation with additional components. A teacher may opt to participate in a PRE at the following levels (steps):12; 13; 14; 1517; 18; 1922; 23; 24; 25Eligible teachers must opt to be placed on the PRE by Friday September 13, An must be sent to Judy Meiman in Human Resources no later than September 4:30 PM.
18 PRE evaluationUses all of the same forms as annual with the addition of:Initial Reflection (completed by the teacher)Analysis of the Year (completed by the teacher)A third goal on the Professional Growth PlanPRE Final Summary (form M)
19 PRE Stipend Components Initial Reflection (form K)Teacher GoalSchool GoalDistrict GoalAnnounced Classroom ObservationUnannounced Classroom ObservationAnalysis of Year (form L)
20 PRE Initial Reflection (form K) Purpose is to encourage dialogue between teacher and principal.Informs the administrator of the teacher’s selection of the TES standard for special attention that year.Any standard in Domain 2 or 3 that received a “3” or lowerIf all 4’s were achieved in Domains 2 and 3, then the teacher may choose ANY standard to focus uponDuring the year, the principal will pay particular attention to teacher’s efforts on that standard.Initial Reflection is due to your Principal by Friday, September 27th by 4:30 PM.
21 PRE Three GoalsThe initial reflection and the goals will be discussed at the PRE conference which takes place by October 18th. Goals will be selected from form C and entered on the Professional Growth Plan (form B)Teacher selects goal.Principal selects goal.Administrator and teacher jointly discuss the multiple measures to score goal performance.
22 PRE Classroom Observations Procedures are the same as for the annual observations.
23 PRE Classroom Observations A final rating of “met”, “not met” or “exceeded” will be given for each observation on the PRE summary.Principal will look for how “the selected standard” is being addressed.As in past, the observation can lead to investigation for Intervention if principal identifies serious deficiencies.Serious deficiencies are when the preponderance of evidence in Domain 2 or 3 is below what is required.
24 PRE Analysis of Year (form J) Teacher will write a reflective paper addressing the given promptsIt is recommended that teachers maintain documentation as they may be asked to share clarifying evidenceAnalysis of the Year is due Monday, April 4:30 PM.
25 Scoring the PREAll components are scored as “met”, “not met” or “exceeded”.There are 7 scored components.Teacher must meet 5 of the 7 components.
26 What do ratings on goals mean? Not Met – the teacher has failed to demonstrate sufficient activities towards completing and meeting the goalMet - the teacher has demonstrated the expected activities and progress towards meeting the goal that has positively influenced student growthExceeded – not only has the teacher met the goal but has demonstrated that student growth was substantially impacted by their concentration on the goal
27 Sign in Sheet Please make sure you sign the EOM sign in sheet. All information and forms can be found on staffnett