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1 EVAAS, Teacher Effectiveness Reports, and Teacher Evaluation November 2012

2 Outcomes Review Teacher Effectiveness timeline.  reports (formative year)  End-of-year testing and MSL/Common Exams  Communication Plan/Next Steps Identify the Teacher Effectiveness/Value Added report features. Discuss implications for Standard VI in the Teacher Evaluation System. Participants will

3 Why is the EVAAS Teacher Effectiveness/Value Added Report Important? Beginning with the report, it becomes part of the teacher’s evaluation. Standard 6 – Teachers contribute to the academic success of their students. (Measurable Progress) Standard 5 – Teachers reflect on their practice. Teacher analyze student learning. Standard 4 – Teachers facilitate learning for their students Teachers plan instruction appropriate for their students Use data for short and long range planning

4 Human Resources - Accountability Collaboration Trains on evaluation instrument and Standard VI Explains purpose of MSLs/Common Exams Ensures data quality HRTesting Manages MSL/Common Exams, EOG, and EOC training, administration, scanning, & reporting Manages district-wide and principal EVAAS accounts Manages McREL evaluation tool

5 Timeline: Teacher Effectiveness Reports October 2012 Principal access to EVAAS Reports ≈ November 13 Teachers receive automated with login information. Unique ID required for access Principal sole user with report access. Teacher list based on school assignment Teacher accounts based on data in McREL/NCWISE Unique ID required for access Nov 8-15 Communication activities with teachers EVAAS Teacher Effectiveness/Value added Report and Standard VI yearly “rating” t imeline for Standard Six (rating and status) Report resources on Testing website

6 Timeline: Teacher Effectiveness Reports Winter Teacher 2012 Standard VI “Rating” populated in McREL May/June Schools administer EOGs, EOCs, CTE Exams and MSL/CE Rating populated ( Formative year) MSL/CE schedule TBD EOG/EOC Achievement Level delay MSL/CE scores for Teacher Effect only (No reports available except for HS exam scores) May/June Student Verification Process available in EVAAS Teacher verifies students taught Principal approves verification list Teacher reviews principal approval/edits DPI verifies 70/140 day membership

7 Spring 2013 MSL Implementation: High School

8 Spring 2013 MSL Implementation: Elementary and Middle Science and Social Studies MSLs are administered for teachers who do not teach EOG courses.

9 Changes in EVAAS Reporting Beginning Above Not Detectably Different Below Exceeds Expected Growth Meets Expected Growth Does Not Meet Expected Growth

10 0.0 Index is equal to or greater than a -2 but less than +2 Index is 2 or higher Index is less than -2 Effectiveness Levels Exceeds Expected Growth Meets Expected Growth Does Not Meet Expected Growth

11 Reports Available for Each Course Teacher estimate: An indicator of how much a teacher influences the academic progress of the students. Index: Ratio of Estimate to Standard Error

12 Student List

13 Individual Student Data

14 Teacher Progress v State

15 Teacher Diagnostic

16 Teacher Composite

17 School Composite

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