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1 New Jersey School Districts Teachscape Reflect

2 Leona Jamison Teachscape Service Provider

3 Integrated Platform for Teaching Effectiveness 3

4 Complete Observation and Evaluation Management and Reporting System Delivers actionable feedback to teachers Streamlines the evaluation process for administrators

5 Using Reflect to Manage the New Jersey Teacher Evaluation Process ( ) Getting started Announced Observation (D1-D3) Unannounced Observation (D2, D3) Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities (D4) End of Year Teacher Self Assessment (D1-D4) Help Resources

6 Teachscape Welcome Screen 6

7 The Reflect Dashboard

8 Reflect Teacher Evaluation Screen 8

9 9 “Change” button provides the opportunity to assign evaluation responsibilities to another evaluator.

10 10 Select date Select time Enter description Evaluator schedules pre-observation conference An notification will be sent to the teacher and Evaluator including the date/time of the conference as well as an.ics attachment file that will allow teacher and Evaluator to add the event to their calendar.

11 11 Teacher Submits Pre-Observation Planning form

12 12 Respond to each question (no maximum field length). Teacher Submits Pre-Observation Planning Form

13 13 NOTE!!! Modifications cannot be made once the responses have been submitted. “Submit” button notifies the evaluator that the Pre- Observation Planning Form questions are ready for review. Teacher Submits Pre-Observation Planning Form

14 14 Teacher submits planning artifacts Upload your artifacts (eg: documents, scanned paperwork, pictures, etc.) When artifacts are uploaded, select “Submit” Warning: You cannot add or delete artifacts after you Submit.

15 15 Evaluator reviews pre-observation planning form and artifacts

16 The Observation Process 2 Collect Evidence 3 Align Evidence With Framework Components 1 Schedule the Observation 4 Score Practice RL-5

17 Evidence: JUST THE FACTS! Evidence is a factual reporting of events. It may include teacher and student actions and behaviors. It may also include artifacts prepared by the teacher or students. It is not clouded with personal opinion or bias. FFT-52

18 Types of Observation Evidence Statements by Teacher or Students: “Could one person from each table collect materials?” Actions by Teacher or Students: The teacher stands by the door, greeting students as they enter. Numeric information about time, student participation, resource use, etc.: Three students of the eighteen offer nearly all of the comments during discussion. Features of the Classroom: Student work is posted in the room. FFT-53

19 Evaluator schedules observation. 19

20 20 Select date Select time Evaluator schedules observation An notification will be sent to the teacher and Evaluator including the date/time of the observation as well as an.ics attachment file that will allow teacher and Evaluator to add the event to their calendar.

21 Evaluator observes lesson and collects evidence. 21

22 Evaluator observes lesson and collects evidence. 22

23 Evaluator observes lesson and collects evidence. 23 Edit Delete Option: Timestamp on or off

24 Evaluator aligns evidence with Framework. 24

25 Evaluator aligns evidence with Framework. 25 Review component description Select

26 Evaluator shares evidence with teacher. 26

27 Evaluator completes preliminary scoring. 27 Click the Score button to score the first component.

28 Evaluator completes preliminary scoring. 28 Select level of performance for this component Select critical attributes Review rubric language

29 Evaluator completes preliminary scoring. 29 Click on “Save & Finish Later” Note: Do not submit scores to teacher until after the post- observation conference.

30 Evaluator schedules post-observation conference. 30 An notification will be sent to the teacher and Evaluator including the date/time of the conference as well as an.ics attachment file that will allow teacher and Evaluator to add the event to their calendar.

31 Teacher shares any lesson artifacts (optional) 31

32 Teacher shares any lesson artifacts (optional) 32 Upload your artifacts (eg: documents, scanned paperwork, pictures, etc.) When artifacts are uploaded, select “Submit” Warning: You cannot add or delete artifacts after you Submit.

33 Evaluator reviews teacher’s lesson artifacts. 33

34 Evaluator submits additional artifacts. 34

35 Post-Observation Conference: Evaluator can add/change evidence and update scores 35

36 Evaluator reviews evidence and update scores. 36 Either select the component to score via the breadcrumbs listed above or click the Score button to score the first component and move to the next component in sequence.

37 Evaluator reviews evidence and update scores. 37 Select level of performance for this component Select critical attributes Review rubric language

38 Evaluator writes narratives. 38

39 Evaluator writes narratives. 39

40 Evaluator submits observation to teacher for final review. 40

41 Evaluator confirms observation when complete. 41 Warning!!! An observation cannot be revised once it has been confirmed.

42 Using Reflect to Manage the New Jersey Teacher Evaluation Process ( ) Getting started Announced Observation (D1-D3) o Pre-Observation Process o Classroom Observation Process o Post-Observation Process Unannounced Observation (D2, D3) Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities (D4) End of Year Teacher Self Assessment (D1-D4) Help Resources

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44 Need help?. 44

45 Need help?. 45

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