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Freehold Borough Teacher Evaluation System Freehold Intermediate School Friday – February 15, 2013 Rich Pepe Director of Curriculum & Instruction.

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1 Freehold Borough Teacher Evaluation System Freehold Intermediate School Friday – February 15, 2013 Rich Pepe Director of Curriculum & Instruction

2 Background: DEAC Accomplishments Marzano Model & iObservation Data Management Tool Category Weights for Summative Rating Calculation Student Growth Objective (SGO) rubric-based model for measuring student academic growth Communication Plan ◦ Teacher Evaluation Webpage on District Website ◦ Correspondences (DEAC Minutes, other updates) ◦ Marzano Element of the Week ◦ Presentations – faculty meetings, BOE meetings ◦ Training Session Follow Up Surveys

3 Background: DEAC – In Progress Develop assessments to be used for SGO’s in Non Tested Grades & Subjects (NTGS) Design long range training plan for teachers and administrators ◦ Marzano Elements ◦ iObservation Data Management Tool ◦ Writing SGO’s

4 Background: DEAC – Next Steps Develop teacher evaluation procedures, forms, and protocols Provide recommendations and guidance to the Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC) regarding future Marzano and iObservation professional development Schedule practice observations Collect feedback from teachers and administrators involved with practice observations Select focus elements for first year of implementation

5 NJDOE Guidance: Teacher Practice - Already Provided Approved instruments Approved vendors Implementation timelines Method for measuring student performance Parameters for summative rating categories General Responsibilities of the School Improvement Panel (ScIP) ◦ Oversee mentoring ◦ Conduct Evaluations ◦ Identify Professional Development Opportunities

6 NJDOE Guidance: Teacher Practice - Still to Come Required # and duration of classroom observations Specific responsibilities of the School Improvement Panel (ScIP) members Requirements for summative rating calculation Measures of student achievment Mentoring Individualized professional development Corrective action plans NOTE: Proposed regulations will be publicized on March 6, 2013 – Final regulations are expected to go into effect in October

7 Snapshot of New System Measures of Student Achievement

8 8 Type of SGODefinitionExamples Course-level Focused on the entire student population for a given course, which often includes multiple classes. Covers all of the students in a teacher’s Algebra I classes (Ideally the same form of assessment covering all standards in the curriculum) Class-level Focused on the student population in a given class. Covers all of the students in ninth period. Targeted students Focused on a subgroup of students that need specific support. Covers a group of students that scored below 45% on the pre-test. Targeted content Focused on specific skills or content that students must master. Students will all master 80% of CCSS standards related to Quadratic Functions and Modeling 8 NTGS 101: Student Growth Objective Overview Different types of Student Growth Objectives: Student Growth Objectives can take many different forms

9 9 TypeStudent Growth Objective Targeted students The average score on the post-test for the ten ELL students who scored below 40% on the pre-test will be at least 70%. Targeted standard The average student score on questions related to Standard B (scientific thinking and design) will increase from 40% to 80%. 9 Specific Objective: Examples The word “specific objective” would likely be used to identify anything that does not cover your general population or is not a cumulative test NTGS 101: Specific Student Growth Objective

10 10 S ETTING Y OUR G OAL Directions: Please develop a SMART goal that indicates what you want your students to achieve over a specified interval of instruction. You should also indicate the interval of instruction and whether the goal is a mastery or growth goal. Goal (example): 90% of Algebra 1 students will master 80% or more course content, as measured by the end of year district-wide, summative Algebra assessment (the interval of instruction is a full year & this is a mastery goal). Interval of Instruction:  Full Year  Semester  Other Type of Goal:  Mastery  Growth NTGS 101: Pilot Districts Student Achievement Goals (SAGs): Pilot Districts were given the recommendation to use SAGs for the 2012 – 2013 school year Rationale How did you choose the goal and why is it an appropriate area of focus? Aligned Standards To what New Jersey or Common Core State Standards does the goal align? Baseline Student Data What do you know about students’ achievement levels at the start of the year?

11 Insufficient Attainment of Goal (1): The teacher has demonstrated an insufficient impact on student learning by falling short of the goal. Partial Attainment of Goal (2): The teacher has demonstrated some impact on student learning, but does not meet the goal. Full Attainment of Goal (3): The teacher has demonstrated a considerable impact on student learning by meeting the goal. Exceptional Attainment of Goal (4): The teacher has demonstrated an outstanding impact on student learning by surpassing the goal by a meaningful margin. Achievement Range: 70% of students scored 80% or more on summative assessment Achievement Range: 80% of students scored 80% or more on summative assessment Achievement Range: 90% of students scored 80% or more on summative assessment Achievement Range: 95% of students scored 80% or more on summative assessment M EASURING Y OUR G OAL Directions: After you develop your goal, you will need to determine how you will measure the level to which you met the goal. Please complete the table below to identify the achievement range that defines each of four goal attainment levels. 11 NTGS 101: Pilot Districts Student Achievement Goals (SAGs): Pilot Districts were given the recommendation to use SAGs for the 2012 – 2013 school year

12 General EPAC Growth Objective (EGO) Increase meeting participant satisfaction rate over the course of one meeting GroupBaselineGoalResultRating Appointee Cohort Cohort Principal Pilot Overall2.5

13 Where We’ve Been 13 We provided an example of how to set an SGO… Preparation Level Based on Pre-Test Score Number of Students SGO Based on Predicted Achievement on Post-Test Score Low (0-45%)2170% or above Medium (46-69%)5480% or above High (70-100%)790% or above Teacher: Carl BlanchardSubject: Lab Biology Grade: 11Sections: 4Number of students: 82

14 Where We’ve Been 14 …and how to score an SGO at the end of the year Assessing Outcomes – General SGO Student Preparati on Level Target Score Rating based on number of students reaching target score %# stu Highly Effective EffectivePartially Effective Ineffective Low 7021> <5 Medium 8054 > <10 High 90 7 > <2 2 Score 43 3

15 Snapshot of New System Measures of Teacher Practice

16 Teacher Practices: Observation Recommendations 16 Teacher Differentiation Total # of Observation s Type of Observations # of Observers LongShort Non-Tenured Years Years Tenured Effective / Highly Effective CAP teachers 1-2 on CAP on CAP Tenured CAP


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