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1 Barb Funk Mid-East Career and Technology Centers

2  Ohio TIF Districts will implement Ohio Teacher Evaluation System in 2012-2013  USDOE allow flexibility, with a phase-in of student growth measures  Gave Mid-East the opportunity to work through some of the challenges and opportunities

3  In 2011, ODE “OTES Pilot Program” ◦ Building Directors selected 3 individuals to participate ◦ Attended state sponsored training  Union president  Two Building Directors  OAC/TIF Coordinator  Executive Director

4  All teachers will be evaluated using the Teacher Performance side of the OTES framework  All administrators evaluating teachers and principals will be credentialed evaluators  All teachers will develop and monitor one Student Learning Objective

5  In Spring 2012, Mid-East CTC developed an OTES team ◦ Executive Director ◦ Building Directors ◦ New Asst. Director-primary role is evaluation ◦ Asst. Director - role Curriculum and OAC/TIF ◦ Teacher Volunteers ◦ Added our trained teacher mentors  Developed our Professional Development Plan

6  In July 2012, ODE sponsored -SLO development grant ◦ CT instructor and OAC/TIF Coordinator to this training (Ohio Valley ESC and Muskingum Valley ESC)  In August 2012, Mid-East began SLO PD with leadership teams creating a teacher- led training model for future use Transformation Team Strategic Compensation Team OTES Team Formative Instructional Practices Team Assessment/Literacy Tech Team HSTW Site Coordinators All Administrators

7  Write and monitor one SLO  Pilot the SLO process  Allow for multiple opportunities for teachers to collaborate, discuss their questions and concerns  Share promising practices with one another

8  September 14 th -Professional Development ◦ AM Focus on Teacher Performance – OTES Model  Shifts in our current evaluation tool and the OTES rubric  Self-Assessment and Teacher Evidence  Viewed videos of teachers and used pieces of the rubric ◦ PM focus on Student Growth – Student Learning Objectives  Achievement Vs. Progress

9  Complete the SLO Process  Follow the developed calendar or timeline  Attend Professional Development ◦ 1 st Quarter: Rubric / Writing SLOs Focus ◦ 2 nd Quarter: Monitoring Focus ◦ 3 rd Quarter: CIA Focus ◦ 4 th Quarter: Growth Target Data Focus and Reflection


11 Teacher Name: Jim O'NeillSchool: Mid East CTC - Zanesville Campus SLO: Powerline IAssessment Name: Student Name BaselineGrowth TargetFinal ScoreMet Target 28 6480Yes 20 6048No 44 7276Yes 28 6476Yes 12 56 48 7484Yes 20 6044No 28 6452No 40 7088Yes 32 6684Yes 28 6460No Growth Target=(100-PT)/2+PT Target Met=If(Baseline cell number>=final score cell number, “Yes”, “No”)

12  Appropriate alignment to HB555 and ORC with Value Added teachers  Categorize teachers into groups  Determine percentages to the three SG categories

13  Determine how we will implement local measures ◦ Shared attribution ◦ CT WebXams and Certifications appropriate measure of student growth ◦ Team SLO ◦ Number of SLO  Balance of Fairness for Teachers ◦ Multiple Measure used to measure Student Growth ◦ Level of Rigor, Validity and Reliability  Determine Approval Process ◦ Who serves on the SLO Review Committee


15 Academic CoursesValue AddedVendor ApprovedLEA Decision (SLO) US HistoryNo GovernmentNo Recent Am. HistoryNoYes Modified Gov.NoYes BiologyYes ChemistryYes Advance BiologyNoYes Anatomy & PhysiologyNoYes Forensic ScienceNoYes Earth ScienceNoYes Tech ScienceNoYes Modified BiologyNoYes Modified Tech ScienceNoYes Computers AppsNoYes Workplace SkillsNoYes Public SpeakingNoYes CTENoYes

16 Career Tech InstructorsLevel ILevel II WebXamCertificationSLO AutoCraigReichSLO Yes CarpRobbyRobinsonSLO Yes WeldDaveIrvinSLO Yes DieselRobParkerSLO Yes CustoCarolRiffleSLO No Bld MaintCurtisFelverSLO No NRCBrianWilfongSLO Yes CosmetoLennyRosserSLO Yes LPNCindyPriceSLO Yes DentalDonnaKeyesSLO Yes HealthSamraMazzuliSLO Yes Comp SupChrisHorstmanSLO Yes BESTColleenSmithSLO No CBIEricKernsSLO No Comm ArtBillKochSLO YesNo Career ConDaveBrownSLO X XX

17  Balancing the Fairness for Teachers  Using the Right Measures  Related as much as possible to the teacher  A few reliable, valid measures  Equitable weight of measures  Inform practice

18  Selecting and Approving Assessments  Analyze assessment data to set the target  Past performance of students  Standardized assessment  Benchmark assessments  Pre-Assessments  Post-Assessments-Written, Portfolios, Authentic, Rubrics  “Stretch” Opportunities  Plan how various assessment will be combined  Work with teachers across districts to develop common assessments  Build Assessment Literacy  Engage in a focused study

19 Teacher-Made Assessments: How to Connect Curriculum, Instruction and Student Learning by Christopher R. Gareis and Leslie W. Grant Developing and Selecting Assessments of Student Growth for Use in Teacher Evaluations Systems by Joan Herman, Margaret Heritage, and Pete Goldschmidt. Assessment and Accountability Comprehensive Center. Is This a Trick Question? A Short Guide to Writing Effective Test Questions by Ben Clay. Kansas Curriculum Center


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