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1 Waiver Day May 15, 2013

2 Today’s presentation would not be possible without the hard work of the Evaluation Committee and Mad River staff. ◦ Cristi Fields ◦ Bernie Gearon ◦ Pam Hillard ◦ Amy Holbrook ◦ Mary Isaacs ◦ Nora Monnin ◦ Necia Nicholas ◦ Beth Schmidt ◦ Brad Sims ◦ Krista Wagner ◦ Liz Wolfe-Eberly ◦ Chad Wyen

3  Understand the “Big Picture” of the OTES Evaluation System for next year  Practice with different pieces of OTES Evaluation System  Leave with a peace of mind to enjoy your summer

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7 - It is 7 step process beginning with a self assessment and ending with a final summative rating.

8 Value-Added Vendor (STAR) Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) We will discuss this half of OTES later in the day.

9  Step 1: Self Assessment  Step 2: Creating a Growth Plan  Step 3: Pre-Conference  Step 4: Observation  Step 5: Post-Conference  Step 6: Walkthroughs/Informal Evaluations  Step 7: The Final Summative Rating

10  Record evidence of strengths and areas for growth in each of the 7 Standards for the Teaching Profession.  Identify two priorities for the upcoming year by placing check marks in the far-right column.  Use these two priority areas for writing your Professional Growth Plan.  May want to use this form during first pre- conference with evaluator to finalize selection of growth goals.

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13  Using the two priorities from the Self- Assessment or input from your evaluator, write two goals.  Use Teacher Performance Evaluation Rubric to select focus and wording.  Determine Evidence Indicators for each goal, as well as areas for professional growth.  Will be used to inform your holistic Teacher Performance rating.

14  S pecific  M easurable  A ttainable  R elevant  T imely

15  Collaborative Learning: ◦ By March 2014, I will develop, teach, and evaluate 6 collaborative learning lessons, and share them with my grade-level team for feedback.  Parent Communication: ◦ By April 2014, I will make at least 5 positive contacts with my 10 lowest-performing students’ families, and will update my evaluator on their progress.

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20  Goal Statement: Differentiation ◦ By April 2014, I will provide evidence of matching strategies, materials, and pacing to individual student needs in each of my science units of instruction.  Evidence Indicators: ◦ Pre-assessment data of students in each unit; Inventory of individual student learning styles; Plans of differentiated lessons with samples of strategies, materials and pacing  Date: ◦ September 27, 2013; January 21, 2014  Areas for Professional Growth: ◦ Differentiated instruction books and websites; Collegial visit to Mrs. X’s room to observe differentiation; Team meetings to discuss student needs

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22  Step 1: Self Assessment  Step 2: Creating a Growth Plan  Step 3: Pre-Conference  Step 4: Observation  Step 5: Post-Conference  Step 6: Walkthroughs/Informal Evaluations  Step 7: The Final Summative Rating

23  Review questions and consider how they could be answered based on your upcoming observation.  Not every question will be asked, these are just suggested questions.  Your pre-conference will be used to inform your Teacher Performance rating.  At pre-conference you will also discuss Professional Growth Goals and Student Growth Measures.

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25  Every teacher will have 2 formal observations.  The observations will be for an instructional period of no less than 30 minutes. ◦ Observation 1- Between September and November 15 th ◦ Observation 2- Between December and February 15 th  The OTES rubric is the focus of the observation.

26  Review the criteria and consider how they will be addressed in your upcoming observation.  Evaluator will use these criteria and collect evidence during your observation to inform a holistic ranking.  These criteria are the basis for both formal and informal observations.  Your ratings on these criteria will be used to inform you Teacher Performance rating.

27 1. Focus of Learning 2. Assessment Data 3. Prior Content Knowledge/Sequence/Connections 4. Knowledge of Students 5. Lesson Delivery 6. Differentiation 7. Resources 8. Classroom Environment 9. Assessment of Student Learning 10. Professional Responsibilities

28  Goal is to reflect on the outcomes of the lesson.  Teachers should be prepared to discuss with evaluator: ◦ Strengths of the lesson ◦ Areas for refinement or improvement

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31  Step 1: Self Assessment  Step 2: Creating a Growth Plan  Step 3: Pre-Conference  Step 4: Observation  Step 5: Post-Conference  Step 6: Walkthroughs/Informal Evaluations  Step 7: The Final Summative Rating

32  Fits into the Holistic Approach to Evaluation  Everyone will have a minimum of 2 walkthroughs no more than 4  Walkthroughs should be about10-15 minutes.  Walkthroughs can be conducted anytime except for the three days before winter break and any day after the final summative rating.  The teacher will receive feedback within 5 school days

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34  Step 1: Self Assessment  Step 2: Creating a Growth Plan  Step 3: Pre-Conference  Step 4: Observation  Step 5: Post-Conference  Step 6: Walkthroughs/Informal Evaluations  Step 7: The Final Summative Rating

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37  Professional Growth Plan  1 st round of the Observation Process  1st Walkthroughs  Instruction

38  2 nd round of the Observation Process  Walkthroughs  Instruction

39  Walkthroughs  Finalize Professional Growth Plan  Final Summative Rating

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42 Value Added Vendor (STAR) Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)

43  Find out your Student Growth Category  Take a 10 minute break  Report to the correct place based on Student Growth Category ◦ Category A: Room ? ◦ Category B: Library ◦ Category C: Cafeteria

44  Teachers with only Value Added  Report to Room  Teachers ONLY ◦ 4 th - 6 th Grade teachers that ONLY teach Math and Language Arts

45  Teachers with Value Added and another growth measure  Report to Room  Teachers ◦ 4 th - 6 th Grade teachers that teach Math or Language Arts and another subject with an SLO.

46  Teachers with STAR and another growth measure  Remain in cafeteria  Teachers ◦ Preschool-3 rd Grade teachers that have STAR or team with teachers that do.

47  Teachers without Value Added or STAR  Teachers that use SLOs as their growth measure.  Report to Room 104  Teachers ◦ K-6 PE ◦ K-6 Music ◦ Resource room only SpEd

48  Kindergarten-104  1st Grade-106  2nd Grade-111  3rd Grade-112  4th Grade-117  5th Grade-208  6th Grade-212  PE-Conference Room  Music-Music Room  Title I and Special Ed – Staff CO

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