Presentation on theme: "Teacher Evaluation A Metric for Performance"— Presentation transcript:
1 Teacher Evaluation A Metric for Performance Everyone turn to page…Be able to answer BOE about when we will form a committee (DAC) to select a model. NGO date.
2 Background NJ Educator Effectiveness Taskforce EE4NJ Pilot Program NCLBWaiverMultiple MeasuresClarified ExpectationsMeaningful FeedbackCollaborationTargeted PD50% Student Achievement50% Teacher PracticeCCR ExpectationsDifferentiated Recognition, Accountability, & SupportEffective Instruction & Leadership(Outputs of Learning)(Inputs Associated w/ Learning)Change Smart Art. Remove “On the Horizon” No more egg.(CCSS)(Priority, Focus, Reward Schools)(Teacher Evaluation Systems)
3 Implementation Timeline – Preparing for Implementation30 New Pilot DistrictsSteps for non-pilot districtsDistrict Advisory CouncilSelect Instructional Framework (by 1/1/13)Teacher PD on Instructional FrameworkAdministrator Inter-rater Reliability Training– Statewide Full Implementation
4 Evaluation System Components Research-based Instructional Framework4-Point Evaluation RubricHighly EffectiveEffectivePartiallyIneffectiveSummativeEvaluation ToolTeacher PDTechnology ToolFrameworkInput MeasuresEvaluationRubricAdminTrainingOutputMeasuresLink to PD
5 State-approved Model Frameworks Danielson (Teachscape)Marzano (iObservation)McREL (McREL)Stronge (OASYS)
8 McREL Framework STANDARD 1: Teachers demonstrate leadership. STANDARD 2: Teachers establish a respectful environment for a diverse population of students.STANDARD 3: Teachers know the content they teach.STANDARD 4: Teachers facilitate learning for their students.STANDARD 5: Teachers reflect on their practice.
9 Stronge Framework STANDARD 1: Professional Knowledge STANDARD 2: Instructional PlanningSTANDARD 3: Instructional DeliverySTANDARD 4: Assessment of/for LearningSTANDARD 5: Learning EnvironmentSTANDARD 6: ProfessionalismSTANDARD 7: Student ProgressNOTE: Differentiated standards for Education Specialists