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1 Teacher Evaluation Update Marzano Protocol System

2 The plane is being built as we’re flying it! By the State By Marzano By the District Full implementation by FY2015

3 Who is the contact? Division of Professional Growth will take the lead in rolling out this new system

4 Why must we change? Student Success Act requires: –New evaluation system 4 Performance levels: Highly Effective, Effective, Developing (1 st year teachers only), Needs Improvement, and Unsatisfactory Aligned to the Florida Educators Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) 50% based on student performance (State approved - value added model) and 50% Instructional Practice Full implementation by FY2015

5 Check Six MAY 2011  Student Success Act Passes  Joint Teacher Evaluation Committee Formed (JTEC)  Marzano Framework Chosen as District Model (Board Approved)

6 June 2011  June - Marzano Evaluation Training for Principals and APs

7 July 2011  Plan submitted to State  Train the Trainer Group Formed  Coordination with all District Departments for a seamless implementation

8 August 2011  Make up Training for Principals and APs  iObservationTraining for Schools

9 What’s on the horizon? Preschool – Day 1  Teacher Video from CTA, Superintendent, CAO - on support of the new evaluation  Vodcast - "Overview" of the Marzano Evaluation System

10 Looking Ahead Short Marzano "refresher" course on TrainU - with video practice for "certification" Additional make-up trainings to be scheduled for Administrators (for both protocol and iObservation) CTA contract language negotiated

11 Looking Ahead Classroom Teacher Evaluation System Handbook (explaining forms and procedures) finalized Procedures on evaluating non- classroom teachers (media, guidance, resource, coach) Technical Assistance on understanding and explaining the "value-added" model for teachers’ final evaluation from Performance Accountability

12 Pilot and Copilot Responsibilities Principal/APs Responsibilities  Understand the components of the Marzano System of Evaluation.  Present the new system as a vehicle for professional growth and opportunity to refine teacher practices for increased student achievement.  Show the CTA/Superintendent video pre-school week.  Present the Classroom Teacher Evaluation System vodcast the 1 st day of preschool. (Document w/ sign- in sheets). *Principals will be given a packet to copy and distribute to teachers after they view the video.  Practice the Marzano protocols by walkthroughs and completing informal/formal observations. Principals complete the final evaluations.

13 Big Ideas Teachers can increase their expertise from year to year which can produce incremental gains in student learning A common language of instruction and evaluation is a key school improvement strategy The common language must reflect the complexity of teaching and learning Focused feedback and focused practice using a common language provides opportunities for teacher growth The Marzano Evaluation Framework is a causal model 13

14 Implementation Types of Observations Implementation: Types of Observations Types AnnouncedUnannounced Formal  Class Period  Pre-Conference  Post-Conference  Results used for annual evaluation  Written feedback provided to the teacher Informal  At least 10 minutes long  Teacher is informed of the observation  The results used for the annual evaluation  May include written feedback  At least 10 minutes long  The results may be used for the annual evaluation  Written feedback is provided to the teacher Walkthroughs  Usually 3-10 minutes  Teacher is informed  The results may be used for the annual evaluation  Usually 3-10 minutes  The results may be used for the annual evaluation

15 Recommended Roles of Observers and Teachers Formal ObservationObserverTeacher Pre-ConferenceTo support and guide the teacher in planning and preparation To provide evidence regarding their skills in planning and aligning their lessons to district standards and curricula Post-ConferenceTo provide a climate and experience that enables the teacher and the observer to reflect upon the lesson and to determine next steps To reflect upon the impact that the lesson had on student learning. Written FeedbackProvide objective, actionable and timely feedback according as described in the district procedures To reflect upon, engage in dialogue with observers and to take appropriate action

16 Suggested Timeline 16 MonthCategory 1 (1-2 years) Category 2 (3 or more years) Struggling Teachers AugustProduce Schedule SeptemberObservations OctoberObservations NovemberObservations DecemberObservations JanuaryObservations FebruaryObservations March AprilObservations MayComplete Final Evaluation JuneSubmit Final Evaluation

17 Implementation Activity What might this look like for your district/school? 17 Status Formal Observations (Announced) Informal Observations (Announced or Unannounced) Walkthroughs New Teacher (1-2 years of service) or new to district (1st year only if have more than 3 years total service)* 226 Teacher (3 or more years of service) 116 Struggling Teacher (on a school or district plan) 226

18 Ground Control District Responsibilities Keeping you informed.... The Division of Professional Growth, in conjunction with JTEC, will be providing you answers as we get them, for many of the questions you have about the Teacher Evaluation

19 Ground Control District Responsibilities Keeping you informed.... Q How does the "Value-Added" Growth Model fit in to the evaluation? A The overall final rating of each instructional employee will be based upon a two part system comprised of the Marzano Observation Evaluation System (MOES) in combination with the state's required student growth measures. Detailed information will be posted soon on the Department of Professional Development’s website. Flight Plan Determined

20 Ground Control District Responsibilities Keeping you informed.... Q Will there be a "practice" period, where "ratings" do not apply? A Yes, there will be a “practice” period until December 31, 2011. Flight Plan Determined

21 Ground Control District Responsibilities Keeping you informed.... Q How many walkthroughs, formal, and informal evaluations will be required? A Flight Plan Determined

22 Ground Control District Responsibilities Keeping you informed.... Q Will walkthroughs, informal, and formal evaluations be combined to make the teacher rating? A Walkthrough results usually are not included for evaluation but may be included depending on procedures. Flight Plan Determined

23 Ground Control District Responsibilities Keeping you informed.... Q When will we have access to the Marzano on-line library and iObservation? A As soon as training has been completed access will be provided. Flight Plan Determined

24 Ground Control District Responsibilities Keeping you informed.... Q What technology is recommended? –Laptop –Tablets »iPad (current versions cannot play the videos) »Android Markets –Netbooks –Web based program…..will need internet access A We are currently exploring product pricing and vendors.

25 Ground Control District Responsibilities Q Will we focus on just a few of the Marzano 41 elements or all of them? Who will determine which ones? Q What will the "Final" Teacher Evaluation look like? These items are currently being negotiated with JTEC Flight Plan To Be Determined

26 Remember our Primary Targets Increase Student Achievement Support Teachers in using the Best Practices/Strategies during instruction

27 "The teacher is the most important factor in determining student achievement.” Robert Marzano

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