Presentation on theme: "Mississippi Principal Evaluation System (MPES) Summative Assessment and Professional Growth Goals Conferences June 2014 Webinar."— Presentation transcript:
1Mississippi Principal Evaluation System (MPES) Summative Assessment and Professional Growth Goals ConferencesJune 2014 Webinar
2Getting StartedPlease type in questions as they arise in your GOTO participant window chat box.We will take breaks for questions as we go and reserve extra time at the end for additional questions.This PowerPoint and archived webinar link will be ed to you and posted at
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4MPES Overview Rates school-level administrators on a 1-4 scale: Two schoolwide goals - state assessments in language arts and mathematics (for CTE directors, goals are set based on Year 1 students and Year 2 students)Two organizational goals - leading/lagging indicators of school success (attendance, truancy, discipline, AP/dual credit, etc.)Circle Survey or MDE-approved alternative
6Goals for Today How to complete the Summative Assessment How to set Professional Growth GoalsHow to prepare for the MPES cycle
7I. Summative Assessment Conference Reminder - Supervisors must meet with MPES participants after they have received end-of-year student achievement data from the MDE.
8I. Summative Assessment Conference, Cont. Supervisors should meet with MPES participants by August 31 to:Rate participants’ performance on their student learning and organizational goals (refer to the MPES goal-setting forms)Provide MPES participants with an MPES Summative Assessment Score
9I. Summative Assessment Conference, Cont. Summative Assessment Scores consist of:ELA and Math goal ratingsOrganizational goal ratingsCircle Survey results (or alternative tool used by district)Supervisors will rate an administrator’s performance on each goal using Form 4 (available in Canvas or on the MDE’s website), based on the previously determined goal quantifications set in Forms 2A-C.
10II. Inputting Summative Assessment Scores Supervisors of record (e.g., superintendent, the superintendent’s designee, a head principal evaluating an assistant principal, etc.) should provide Form 4 data to the superintendent.To report data to MDE, superintendents should access the MPES file located in their MDE SharePoint folder:Fastest, easiest way to report MPES dataSame Excel file used to report teacher evaluation data
11II. Inputting Summative Assessment Scores, Cont. Superintendents only should report finalized MPES data to the MDE to ensure:AccuracyConfidentialityHis or her district’s compliance with federal requirements
12II. Inputting Summative Assessment Scores, Cont. Step 1. Download the Excel file from SharePoint, and click on the “Data” tab to enter information from the MPES Goal Setting Forms (2A-C).
13II. Inputting Summative Assessment Scores, Cont. Step 2. Click on the “Scores” tab and enter information using the appropriate MPES forms (Form 4 and Circle Survey report).
14II. Inputting Summative Assessment Scores, Cont. Step 3. Consult the “Instructions” tab if you have questions about the first and second tabs, and then upload your saved Excel file back into SharePoint.
15II. Inputting Summative Assessment Scores, Cont. Important Notes:MPES participants’ completed Form 4 documents should be printed/filed in their central office’s personnel records.It is NOT necessary for MPES participants to upload Form 4 in Canvas. The MDE will extract all necessary data directly from SharePoint.
16II. Inputting Summative Assessment Scores, Cont. Now let’s take a look at the Excel file and then address any questions you may have about reporting data.
17III. Professional Growth Goals Conference The Professional Growth Goals Conference should take place by August 31. It may be combined with the Summative Assessment Conference.The MPES participant and supervisor should identify two areas for professional development/learning based on the Circle Survey and other evidence.
18III. Professional Growth Goals Conference, Cont. Professional Growth Goals are NOT a weighted component of the MPES at this time and are to be overseen at the district level.The Professional Growth Goals Form should be filed in the MPES participant’s personnel file in the district’s central office.The Professional Growth Goals Form does NOT have to be uploaded in Canvas.
19III. Professional Growth Goals Conference, Cont. The PGG Form will be automatically ed to all of today’s webinar participants and also made available on the MDE’s website.
20III. Professional Growth Goals Conference, Cont. Now let’s take a look at the PGG Form and then address any questions you may have about it.
21IV. How to Prepare for the 2014-2015 MPES Cycle RemindersThe MDE does not anticipate the use of MPES scores for high-stakes decisions until (at the earliest), based on the waiver.All school-level administrators (head principals, CTE directors, alternative school principals, special school principals, and assistant principals) will participate in MPES in
22IV. How to Prepare for the 2014-2015 MPES Cycle, Cont. Four Key Things to Do NOW:Check the MDE’s Office of Educator Quality website frequently for postings about updates and training events happening this summer.Make sure your district’s school-level administrators attend a training this summer, even if they participated in MPES in (new and returning MPES participants).Subscribe to the Office of Educator Quality’s opt-in listserv:Set a MPES calendar reminder for August 31st!
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