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1 Santa Rosa County District Schools Evaluation Systems

2 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – (IP) Levels IP I: Beginning Teachers in first year with SRCDS – 2 formal, 4 informal, overall evaluation Fall & Spring IP II: Teachers in 2-3 year rated HE or E – 2 formal, 4 informal, 1 overall evaluation in Spring IP III: Teachers in 4 -9 year rated HE or E – 1 formal, 4 informal, 1 overall evaluation in Spring IP IV: Teachers more than 9 years rated HE or E – 1 formal if certificate up for renewal, 4 informal

3 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – (IP) Levels IP V: Not Implemented until : – Teachers more than 10 years rated HE or E serving in a leadership role in at least two instructional related activities (see noninclusive list pg. 7 in Instructional Evaluation System) – 1 formal IF certificate up for renewal, 4 informal Veteran Teachers new to Santa Rosa County District Schools (regardless of teaching experience) will be placed as IP level 1 the first year and be required to have two formal observations during their first year in the district.

4 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel Observations It is the philosophy of the Santa Rosa District School that school administrators should be proactive in their approach to teacher observations and interactions. Administrators should spend as much time as possible in the classrooms observing teachers interacting with students. To help enable them in this process, the District will provide each administrator with an iPad with access to all observation documents beginning with the 2011‐2012 school year. This will make the record keeping task more manageable for the administrators as they increase the number of formal and informal observations. Each teacher will be observed and evaluated by their school principal unless the principal delegates that responsibility to an assistant principal. If the principal does delegate this responsibility the principal will still be responsible for reviewing the evaluation before it is finalized. --SRCDS Instructional Evaluation System Manual (page 8)

5 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel Formal Observations: – Scheduled (mutually agreed upon time) – Pre-Observation Conference: Face-To-Face Detailed discussion of lesson to be observed Prior to the day of the observation – Observation 30 minutes or longer – Post Observation Conference Face to Face A teacher who is not required to have a formal observation may request that one be done as part of their formal evaluation.

6 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel Informal Observations: – Unscheduled – Generally lasts 5-10 minutes – Format: Classroom walkthrough Conversations in the hallway or office Parent conferences Any other setting which allows the administrator to observe the teacher performing his/her responsibilities – Once every nine weeks (4 times per year)

7 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – HOW DID WE DO ? Administrative Training – total hours of training offered June/July:Discovery Education Marzano Research Introduction Sessions Sept-April:Discovery Education Marzano Training/Video Observation Practice

8 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – HOW DID WE DO ? Administrative Training – In excess of 90 total hours of training July: Administrative Conference Training (Discovery Ed) Assessment July-March: Principal/AP Meetings 2 hour training session, practice video observations PowerPoint Presentations and video on each element was posted for administrators to use with their teachers. Oct-March: Site-based Walk-Through Sessions/PGS Jan-May: Online Modules (18 Marzano Hurricane Make-up Modules)

9 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – HOW DID WE DO ? Total observations of Instructional Personnel (Formal and Informal combined) – 8150 – 1 st Quarter: 17% (25%) – 2 nd Quarter: 24%(22%) – 3 rd Quarter: 22%(22%) – 4 th Quarter: 37%(31%)

10 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – Total Tally Marks All Domains: (Formal and Informal cumulative) Highly Effective (HE): 72.0 % Effective (E):26.7 % Developing (D): 1.1 % Unsatisfactory (U):.2%

11 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – Total Tally Marks By Domain: Domain 1: Classroom Strategies and Behaviors – HE: 67.6 % – E: 30.9 % – D: 1.3 % – U:.2 % Domain 2: Planning and Preparation – HE: 82.9 % – E: 16.2 % – D:.7 % – U:.2 %

12 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Instructional Personnel – Total Tally Marks Domain 3: Reflection on Teaching – HE: 79.4 % – E: 19.2 % – D: 1.2 % – U:.2 % Domain 4: Collegiality & Professionalism – HE: 94.9 % – E: 4.6 % – D:.4 % – U:.1 %

13 SRCDS Evaluation Systems

14 Instructional Evaluation System – Section I (Verify Assignments) Moved to Student Performance Section – Section II (Stakeholder Satisfaction Surveys) Moved to Student Performance Section – Added: Self Assessment using the “Evaluation Rubric” – Updated Observation Rubrics (see Handout) – Updated PDP (see Handout) – Updated FEAPS sign off process

15 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Administrative Evaluation System – Section I (Verify Assignments/ Determination of Areas of Focus) Step 1: Moved “Verify Assignments “to Student Performance Section Step 2: Removed: Administrative Conference – Section II (Professional Development Plan) Updated – Not New But A Reminder: If you are an administrator, your supervising administrator should complete an observation on you for the 2 nd, 3 rd, and 4 th quarters.

16 SRCDS Evaluation Systems Proposed Administrative Trainings – JulyAdministrative Conference (C2) Review of PGS Evaluation Formats (ESP/POP/PIP) Review of PDP/Rubrics Administrative Evaluation Research Basis (Julie Smith) – Sept-OctSite-based review of new teacher evaluation rubric/practice walks/sync data/discuss Groups of 6-10/administrators may select one of five sections to attend across the district. – Sept-OctNew Administrator in-service to cover evaluation items for new APs/maybe some new principals too. Principals should complete the POP observations if they have a new AP. – October, March, April, May Principal Meetings-2 hour presentations on evaluation systems – October, March, April, May A.P. Meetings-2 hour presentations on evaluation Systems

17 SRCDS Evaluation Systems After Lunch: – New Electronic POP – New Electronic PIP – New Educational Support Personnel Evaluation System


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