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1 Dr. Jon Milleman, Assistant Superintendent Sabra Gage, WTEA President MSDWT Teacher Evaluation Information Review of Updates

2 Overview of Updates Replaced OwnIt! Teacher Evaluation Software with Standard for Success Revised Domain II Rubric Domains I, II, and III Contain Exemplars of Observable Evidence and Artifact Evidence Teacher Evaluation Website Updated with Current Documents 2

3 Overview of Updates Refined Weight of Domains within the Teacher Effectiveness Rubric ENL Student Removal from Assessment Data - Guidance 3

4 Standard for Success Replaces OwnIt! Allows teachers to upload documents to specific Performance Indicators Allows teachers to see final score on each Performance Indicator Easier to navigate Response to Observation and Evaluation more user friendly 4

5 Standard for Success Teachers may attach Primary and Secondary Measures to the Primary and Secondary Measure section of the Program – No more long profile pages 5

6 Observations will remain open, for teacher response, 15 days following a submitted observation Observations can be re-opened for teacher response through teacher request to evaluator Standard for Success Teacher Response to Observations 6

7 Standard for Success Ability to Upload Artifacts Creating a new artifact is much easier for teachers and administrators. 7

8 8 Standard for Success Ability to Upload Artifacts When logged in, refer to the Teacher Training FAQ found in your Standard for Success website. Instructions on how to upload an artifact. 1.Click on “Forms” 2.Click on “Teacher Training Guide” to Open Tutorial

9 Teachers or Evaluators add artifacts and can map the artifact to one or multiple Performance Indicators in any Domain. Teachers will provide a rating that they believe reflects the quality of the artifact. The Evaluator then approves the artifact rating or alters it. Standard for Success Ability to Upload Artifacts 9

10 Standard for Success Users receive support directly from Standard for Success 10

11 Standard for Success When users login to Standard for Success, and click the “Standards” link, they will have immediate access to their rubric for viewing and printing. Simply click “Standards” to view your rubric. 11

12 Teacher Effectiveness Rubric Updates Refined Highly Effective and Effective Language Provides Exemplars for Observable Evidence and Artifact Evidence The changes were made through collaboration with teachers and evaluators over the past two years. 12

13 How the Rubric Works Descriptors briefly define the Performance Indicator 13

14 How the Rubric Works Examples of Evidence Provided Words like “consistent” have been replaced and words like “clear” have been given more specific context The list of Examples in each section is NOT inclusive of all possible pieces of evidence 14

15 Summative Evaluation Scoring Most Teachers Teacher Effectiveness Rubric Weighting Domain I = 25% Domain II = 55% Domain III = 20% Final Summative Score Total Rubric Score = 80% Primary Measure = 12% Secondary Measure = 8% 15 Total Rubric Score

16 Teacher Effectiveness Rubric Weighting Domain I = 25% Domain II = 55% Domain III = 20% Final Summative Score Total Rubric Score = 80% Student Achievement Measure = 20% Summative Evaluation Scoring Single Measure Teachers 16 Total Rubric Score

17 Teachers That Do Not Receive a Qualifying Evaluation Teacher Effectiveness Rubric Weighting Domain I = 25% Domain II = 55% Domain III = 20% Final Summative Score Total Rubric Score = 100% Summative Evaluation Scoring < 120 Day Teachers 17 Total Rubric Score

18 Rating Scale NO CHANGE Ineffective Improvement Necessary Effective Highly Effective 0.0 – – – –

19 ENL and Data ENL teachers and Special Education teachers should refer to their specific Student Achievement Measures guidance to determine student eligibility. General Education teachers may request the exclusion data for ELL’s when the following conditions exist: 1.The student is an ENL Level 1 or 2 and; 2.The student was enrolled in a US school after August 15 of the school year preceding the current school year’s fall assessment – (Example: A Level 1 or 2 student enrolled in a US school on August , may be eligible for removal from teacher evaluation data for a 2014 fall standardized test) or; 3.The student was enrolled in a US school after January 1 of the school year preceding the current school year’s spring assessment - (Example: A Level 1 or 2 student enrolled in a US school on January 6, 2014 may be eligible for removal from teacher evaluation data for the 2015 spring standardized test). 4. Teachers in Special Courses such as Read 180 should consult their evaluator for guidance. 19

20 The teacher will be responsible for gathering enrollment information on each ELL on the class roster. The teacher will be responsible for providing the evaluator the relevant documentation. ENL and Data Assessment Timeframe Student ENL Level Student Enrollment Date in US Teacher May Request Removal from Data Fall Semester (2014) 1 or 2 Prior to August 15, 2013 N Fall Semester (2014) 1 or 2 On or after August 15, 2013 Y Fall Semester3, 4, or 5N Spring Semester (2015) 1 or 2 Prior to January 1, 2014 N Spring Semester (2015) 1 or 2 On or after January 1, 2014 Y 20

21 For all assessments used in determining teachers’ Primary or Secondary Measure, all English Language Learners (ELL) in Levels 1 through 4 should be given proper accommodations according to the students’ Individual Learning Plan (ILP). Approval from the primary evaluator is required prior to removal of any ELL student’s data. ENL and Data 21

22 Special Needs and Data It is assumed that students with disabilities are included and will count in the data. Appropriate testing accommodations are identified by a case conference committee and put in place to enable the students to access and participate in state and local assessments as appropriate. General Education teachers should assume all student data for students with an IEP who participate in ISTEP will be included in ALL student achievement and growth data used for teacher evaluation. Data for these students will be included in all Primary and Secondary Student Achievement Measures Prior to removal of any student data for evaluation purposes, the teacher must consult the primary evaluator. 22

23 Teacher Evaluation Resources All information regarding the MSDWT Teacher Evaluation System may be found on the Teacher Evaluation Webpage on the MSDWT District website. THE WEBSITE CONTAINS THE MOST RECENT AND UPDATED INFORMATION. 23

24 Teacher Evaluation Resources You will find: The Teacher Evaluation Guidebook (Containing all information regarding Primary and Secondary Measures, forms, and definitions) Evaluation Guidelines A link to Standard for Success website A copy of this presentation 24

25 You will also find the rubric, descriptors, and examples of evidence for each Performance Indicator. Teacher Evaluation Resources 25

26 In addition, you will find: All necessary forms and spreadsheets Instructions on how to save documents General Assistance Documents such as Testing Security and Integrity acknowledgment forms Teacher Evaluation Resources 26

27 Updated this year, teachers may access some very helpful documents regarding: The construction of quality assessment items A process to review assessments for standards alignment and level of rigor A flowchart to assist with the design of various types of assessment questions (MC, T/F, Extended Response) Teacher Evaluation Resources 27

28 Teacher Evaluation Resources Guidance on Quality Test/Assessment Construction Reflects the work of Judith Arter, Jan Chappuis, Steve Chappuis, and Rick Stiggins Reflects the work of Dr. James Popham Aligns with IB Allows for consistency in determining rigor Great resource for teachers in the construction of quality questions Covers T/F, Multiple Choice, Extended Response item construction Guidance available within the Teacher Evaluation Guidebook and as stand alone documents on the Teacher Evaluation Website 28

29 1.Please ask your evaluator if you have any questions. 2.If your evaluator is unable to answer the question, he/she will consult the Teaching and Learning Division or Human Resources Office. 3.We will attempt to answer your question as quickly and thoroughly as possible. 4.If you have a Standard for Success question, please use their online help tools first. Their turnaround time on teacher and evaluator support is very timely. Teacher Evaluation Resources 29

30 Thank You Thank you very much. Have a great School-Year!


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