Presentation on theme: "St. Michael-Albertville School District. Voluntary program that allows school districts and exclusive representatives of the teachers to design and collectively."— Presentation transcript:
Currently doing some of the work and Q Comp can compensate teachers Supports new teacher evaluation law with peer review and teacher growth plans State funds are available but are capped; funding may not be available for new programs in the future Q Comp has been successful in other school districts
$169 per pupil in state aid - $950,000 School districts may chose to levy an additional $510,000 or up to $91 per pupil - $510,000
Peer coaches Peer review and observations Provide site-focused professional development Feedback on achieving teacher growth plans Meet component of new teacher evaluation law
District wide SMART goal SMART site goal aligned with district goal PLC SMART goals School professional development plan using research based instructional strategies Incorporate what we are currently doing in learning targets and formative assessments.
Teacher Evaluation Task Force is currently working on designing a plan Non-tenured – little change Tenured Summative evaluation every 3 years by principal Peer review by instructional coaches in off-cycle years. Individual teacher growth plans Training to eliminate bias and ensure inter-rater reliability
Teacher evaluation/peer review successfully meeting criteria and teacher growth plan Site SMART goal met PLC SMART goal met