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1DPAS IIJessica Baker & Cheryl CresciMED 7701Dr. Joseph Massare
22011-2012 Five Components 1. Planning & Preparation 2. Classroom Environment3. Instruction4. Professional Responsibilities5. Student Improvement – Doesn’t count this year
3DPAS II Process Step One: School Wide Goal SetTeacher Goal Setting ConferenceAligns with School GoalRevisionStudent Growth Measurement ConferenceStudent Growth Measurement Form Completed
4Step Two: Pre-Observation Pre-Observation FormAnnounced observationOptional for experienced teachers if administration & teacher both agreePre-Observation ConferenceTeacher discusses Component OneTurn in Professional Development Form (if not done)May discuss Component FourHave lesson plans & artifacts
5Step Three -Observation “Experienced” Teacher – (Continuing or Advanced License/or Standard or Professional Status Certificate Prior to August 1, 2003) Tenured TeacherSatisfactory1 Announced1 Summative every two yearsUnsatisfactory1 Unannounced1 Summative each yearImprovement PlanRevision- Experienced Teacher Rated: “Highly Effective or Effective” on Summative Rated: “Needs Improvement or Ineffective” on Summative
6Observation “Novice” Teacher Initial Licence (Non-Tenured) 2 Announced1 Unannounced1 Summative each yearIf they have “Needs Improvement” & “Ineffective” on their Summative it can require more observations with their Improvement PlanShould be at least 30 minutes longCan not occur during the first or last 5 days of school
7Step 4 Post-Observation Lesson Reflection Form- optionalConference within 10 days of observationTakes place in the teacher’s room if possibleTeacher & evaluator discuss data collectedUpdate Professional Responsibilities Form if needed
8Step 5 – Level of Performance Ratings At the end of the Post-Observation Conference teacher and evaluator should have an understanding of the teacher’s performance during the evaluation.
9Step 6 Formative Feedback Documentation Formative Feedback Form- Required for announced & unannouncedMust be given to teacher within 10 days of observationTeacher signs & returns form within 5 days. This is not for agreement but acknowledgementIf teacher disagrees- 15 days to submit in writingTeacher can request second conferenceFormative Feedback Documentation placed on DDOE’s online Education Reporting System
10Step 7 Summative Evaluation Conference Review all documents for full cycle: Student Growth Measures Selection Form(s), Professional Responsibilities Form(s), Formative Feedback Form(s), and other relevant written communications from evaluator.Collect data, track, and analyze progress toward attaining Component 5 goal(s).
11Step 8 Summative Documentation Process Within 10 days of the Summative Conference evaluator fills out Summative Evaluation FormComponents One to Four teacher is rated either “satisfactory” or “unsatisfactory”Component Five (which doesn’t count this year) teacher is rated:80-100% “Exceeds”50-79% “Satisfactory”Below 50% “Unsatisfactory”
12Component 5 2011-2012 Data Part I – School Wide 30% All Staff Option 1 Reading DCAS ScoresOption 2 Math DCAS ScoresBest results for “AYP” Fall-Spring Growth CalculationsPart II – Student Cohort 20%DCAS teachers (Grades 3-10) All studentsDCAS Instructional Scores – Fall to Spring Growth ModelNon DCAS teachers (Grades 3-10)Select cohort ahead (min 25)Part III- Teacher Specific Measures 50%A Non DCAS AssessmentApproved by Department of Education & Secretary of EducationDirectly tied to teaching assignment
13If missing Parts: If school doesn’t have Part III Then teacher evaluated on:Part 1 = 30%Part 2 = 70%If school doesn’t have Part IIPart 3 = 70%If school doesn’t have Part II & Part IIIPart 1 = 100%
142011-2012 Summative Evaluation Ratings “Satisfactory”Met criteria in at least 3 of the 4 components“Unsatisfactory”Did not meet criteria in 2 of the 4 componentsIf Unsatisfactory then put on an Improvement Plan
152012-2013 "Highly Effective" means: "Effective" means: Satisfactory in 4 of the 5 components including a rating of “Exceeds” for Component Five."Effective" means:Satisfactory rating in at least 3 of the 5 components including the Component V, but the teacher does not meet the student growth requirements for a "Highly Effective" rating.
16"Needs Improvement" means: Has earned 1 or 2 satisfactory ratings out of the 5 components including a satisfactory rating in Component Five, orHas earned 3 or 4 satisfactory ratings out of the 5 components and the teacher has earned an unsatisfactory rating in Component Five."Ineffective" means:Has received 0, 1, or 2 satisfactory ratings out of the 5 components, and the teacher has received an unsatisfactory rating in Component Five, orThe teacher's overall Summative Evaluation rating is "Needs Improvement" for three consecutive years. In this case, the teacher's rating is re-categorized as “Ineffective.”
17Resources:State of Delaware (Oct. 2011) DPAS II Delaware Performance Appraisal System Retrieved from:
18Component One –Planning & Preparation The following criteria and elements are evaluated under Component 11a. Selecting Instructional Goals1b. Designing Coherent Instruction1c. Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy1d. Demonstrating Knowledge of Students1e. Designing Student Assessments
19Component Two 2a. Managing Classroom Procedures 2b. Managing Student Behavior2c. Creating an Environment to Support Learning2d. Organizing Physical Space•
20Component Three 3a. Engaging Students in Learning 3b. Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness3c. Communicating Clearly and Accurately3d. Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques3e. Using Assessment in Instruction
21Component Four 4a. Communicating with Family 4b. Recording Data in a Student Record System4c. Growing and Developing Professionally4d. Reflecting on Professional Practice