Presentation on theme: "Educator Effectiveness: Making Connections & Rubric Analysis Presented by the Oregon Department of Education August 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Educator Effectiveness: Making Connections & Rubric Analysis Presented by the Oregon Department of Education August 2013
What is the work you are doing? – Brainstorm initiatives in your district – Share out Activity 1: Tallying the Initiatives
1.Develop understanding of the integration of Educator Effectiveness (EE), Common Core State Standards (CCSS), and School Improvement (SI) 2.Connecting standards for teachers and standards for students through a review of district EE rubrics Today’s Outcomes
Activity 2: Article Review Jigsaw “Integrating the Common Core into Educator Effectiveness Work” – Read your assigned section – Share key points from each section in your table groups – Tables share out a major take-away CCSS_TE_Integration_DRAFT_Feb12.pdf
Coordinate timelines at the state level and integrate them into a cohesive work plan Coordinate messages from the state so you are hearing the same thing Provide samples of documents/tools related to each of the initiatives Provide integrated support identified by districts Integrating EE, CCSS, and SI: Commitments from ODE
Visualizing the Connections
School/District Leadership teams review Action Plans and Implementation Plans simultaneously Identify overlaps in personnel, time, resources, activities, and outcomes Collaborate to find efficiencies in these areas Coordinate/revise implementation plans Integrating EE, CCSS, and SI: Recommendations for Districts
Activity #3: Reflection Questions for Discussion What are you already doing in your district integrating CCSS, EE and SI? What “A-HAs!” or opportunities come to mind based on the discussion so far? What recommendations do you have for us?
Activity #4: Cross-District Sharing Make eye contact with someone from another district – One minute each to share what your district is doing or an “A-HAs” Take a break!
Connecting Educator Effectiveness and Common Core
Describe knowledge, skills, and practices needed to meet standards Provide guidance on instructional strategies and techniques Inform job-embedded, ongoing professional development Educator Effectiveness and Common Core both…
To improve educator practice to support student achievement – CCSS focus on what students should know and be able to do – EE standards for practice (rubric) describe what educators should know and be able to do Implementing an Evaluation System: Why is it important?
Evaluation and Professional Growth Cycle Self-ReflectionGoal Setting Observation/ Collection of Evidence Formative Assessment/ Evaluation Summative Evaluation
Activity #5: Comparing Rubrics Compare your district rubric and the CCSS standards and highlight the similarities Write down examples that will answer the following question: “If I am implementing CCSS correctly, what will I be doing on the rubric?”
Reflection Questions for Discussion As you implement the Common Core, what teaching strategies do you see as being essential to successful implementation? What is the interrelationship between CCSS and EE?
Final Thoughts What are some big ideas you can take back to your district? Session Evaluation
Tanya Frisendahl Sarah Martin Brian Putnam Questions and Contacts