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1 Artifacts as Evidence in the KEEP Evaluation System October 2, 2013 Adobe Connect Webinar Bill Bagshaw, Kayeri Akweks - KSDE

2 Teacher Process  Required Steps  Implementation Ideas

3 Builder Leaders and Teachers Co-Construct the Educator Evaluation Co-Construct  Teachers complete Self-Assessments and Goals  Principal Reviews and Gives Feedback  Teacher adds Artifacts and Completes Goals  Principals Reviews and Gives Feedback

4 Builder Leaders and Teachers Co-Construct the Educator Evaluation Co-Construct  Principal completes Beginning, Mid, and End of Cycle Conferences – this is ONLINE Discussion/Feedback  Principal completes the Formal Observation  Principal completes the Summary Rating Sheet

5 Pilot III Process

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7 The Evaluation Process TEACHER The constructs to be measured in the evaluation instrument: Construct 1: Learner and Learning Construct 2: Content Knowledge Construct 4: Professional Responsibility Construct 3: Instructional Practice

8 The Evaluation Process TEACHER The constructs to be measured in the evaluation instrument: Construct 1: Learner and Learning Construct 2: Content Knowledge Construct 4: Professional Responsibility Construct 3: Instructional Practice 2. Content Knowledge Components: 2.1 The teacher demonstrates a thorough knowledge of the content. 2.2 The teacher provides a variety of innovative applications of knowledge. 1. Learner and Learning Components: 1.1 The teacher plans instruction based on learning and developmental levels of all students. 1.2 The teacher recognizes and fosters individual differences to establish a positive classroom culture. 1.3 The teacher establishes a classroom environment conducive to learning. 3. Instructional Practice Components: 3.1 The teacher uses methods and techniques that are effective in meeting student needs. 3.2 The teacher uses varied assessments to measure learner progress. 3.3 The teacher delivers comprehensive instruction for students. 4. Content Knowledge Components: 4.1 The teacher engages in reflection and continuous growth. 4.2 The teacher participates in collaboration and leadership opportunities.

9 T EACHER E VALUATION R UBRICS - Construct 1: Learner and Learning To ensure that each student learns new knowledge and skills, teachers must understand that learning and developmental patterns vary individually, that students bring unique individual differences to the learning process, and that students need supportive and safe learning environments to thrive. Demonstration of the teacher’s proficiency in Learner and Learning is evidenced by: 1.1 Learner Development The teacher planned instruction based on the learning and developmental levels of all students. Key indicators include: planning instruction, aligning instruction with student learning needs, using a variety of approaches and resources, providing adaptation of instruction. 1.2 Learner Differences The teacher recognized and fostered individual differences to establish a positive classroom culture. Key indicators include: getting to know all students, using that knowledge of students to create a culture of respect, meeting needs of all students. 1.3 Learning Environment The teacher established a classroom environment conducive to learning. Key indicators include: collaborating with students, establishing a safe, respectful and academically challenging environment. Artifacts

10 T EACHER E VALUATION R UBRICS - Construct 1.1: Learner Development Sources of Evidence for Planning Instruction Based on the Learning and Developmental Levels of All Students  Differentiated lesson plans  Student work sample  Assessment data  Teacher reflection Artifacts

11 T EACHER E VALUATION R UBRICS - Construct 1.2: Learner Differences 1.2 Learner Differences: The teacher recognized and fostered individual differences to establish a positive classroom culture. Sources of Evidence for Recognizing and Fostering Individual Differences to Establish a Positive Classroom Culture  School community perception survey  Attendance data  Office referral data  Differentiated instruction Artifacts

12 T EACHER E VALUATION R UBRICS - Construct 1.3: Learner Environment 1.3 Learning Environment: The teacher established a classroom environment conducive to learning. Sources of Evidence for Establishing a Classroom Environment Conducive to Learning  Office referrals  Attendance  Classroom rules established collaboratively  Cooperative group work  Differentiated student work samples Artifacts

13 What and How to Upload an Artifact  Upload only your Highest Quality – amount is NOT indicative of quality  Only 1-3 artifacts per component  Keep files UNDER 1MB  Anything over 1MB – add a WORD doc with a web link (URL) to the artifact and a brief description of what the evaluator will be viewing  Consult with your evaluator about the types of artifacts they want you to include Artifacts

14 Artifacts – Select Component and Source of Evidence Add File to Upload KEEP Repository

15 Artifacts – Uploaded KEEP Repository

16 NEW !! KEEP Guided Practice  /trainingportal/web/index.ht m /trainingportal/web/index.ht m  New Online Training – open 24/7  Individualized and Repeatable  Includes multiple forms of Learning  Available from links on the KEEP Webpage  Must have JAVA enabled KEEP Guided Practice

17 1. News and Announcements 2. KEEP Repository Registration 3. KEEP Training Materials and Schedule 4. Archives with Materials of Previous Trainings and Meetings 5. Assurances Information 6. Kansas Flexibility Waiver Materials KEEP Webpage

18 Questions ?? Contacts: Bill Bagshaw, Assistant Director Teacher Licensure & Accreditation Kayeri Akweks, Education Program Consultant Teacher Education and Licensure An Equal Employment/Educational Opportunity Agency The Kansas State Department of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: KSDE General Counsel, 120 SE 10th Ave., Topeka, KS 66612;


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