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1 The Massachusetts Model System for Educator Evaluation Implementation Guide for Teacher Evaluation

2 DESE Training Steps: Training SessionDateTimeLocation Orientation Workshop 1: Unpacking the Rubric Workshop 2: Self-Assessment Workshop 3: S.M.A.R.T. Goals

3 Agenda for 6/28/13 PD Day 7:45 – 8:15Check in and refreshments 8:15 – 9:00Refresher on New Evaluation Tool and Overview of Day 9:00 – 10:00SMART Goals 10:15 – 10:30Intro to the Rubric 10:30 – 11:15Elementary-Longleaf/Secondary- Lunch 11:15 – 12:00Elementary-Lunch/Secondary- Longleaf 12:15 – 1:15Work on Rubric 1:30Wrap up back in Auditorium

4 The Law On June 28, 2011, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education adopted new regulations for the evaluation of all Massachusetts educators. The regulations, which apply to both administrators and teachers throughout the state, are designed to:regulations Promote growth and development amongst leaders and teachers Place student learning at the center, using multiple measures of student learning, growth, and achievement Recognize excellence in teaching and leading Set a high bar for professional teaching status Shorten timelines for improvement. -Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 603 CMR Evaluation of Educators

5 Teachers will be assessed on: 1.Goals Professional Practice Goal(s) Student Learning Goal(s) 2.Performance Standards Standard I: Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment Standard II: Teaching all Students Standard III: Family and Community Engagement Standard IV: Professional Culture Utilizing Four Ratings: Unsatisfactory Needs Improvement Proficient Exemplary

6 I. Curriculum, Planning, & Assessment II. Teaching All Students III. Family & Community Engagement IV. Professional Culture A.Curriculum and Planning 1.Subject Matter Knowledge 2.Child and Adolescent Development 3.Rigorous Standards-Based Unit Design 4.Well-Structured Lessons B. Assessment 1.Variety of Assessment Methods 2.Adjustments to Practice C. Analysis 1.Analysis and Conclusions 2.Sharing Conclusions with Colleagues 3.Sharing Conclusions with Students A.Instruction 1.Quality and Effort of Work 2.Student Engagement 3.Meeting Diverse Needs B. Learning Environment 1.Safe Learning Environment 2.Collaborative Learning Environment 3.Student Motivation C. Cultural Proficiency 1.Respects Differences 2.Maintains Respectful Environment D. Expectations 1.Clear Expectations 2.High Expectations 3.Access to Knowledge A. Engagement 1.Parent/Family Engagement B. Collaboration 1.Learning Expectations 2.Curriculum Support C. Communication 1.Two-Way Communication 2.Culturally Proficient Communication A.Reflection 1.Reflective Practice 2.Goal Setting B. Professional Growth 1.Professional Learning and Growth C. Collaboration 1.Professional Collaboration D. Decision-making 1.Decision-Making E. Shared Responsibility 1.Shared Responsibility F. Professional Responsibilities 1.Judgment 2.Reliability and Responsibility

7 The Educator Plans

8 Five-Step Cycle of Continuous Improvement Step 1: Self Assessment Step 2: Analysis, Goal Setting & Plan Development Step 3: Implementation of Plan Step 4: Formative Assessment/ Evaluation Step 5: Summative Evaluation

9 The Typical Cycle: SeptemberCycle Step 1: Self-Assessment By October 15thCycle Step 2: Analysis, Goal Setting, and Educator Plan Development Throughout School Year Cycle Step 3: Plan Implementation and Collection of Evidence Mid-year (or end of 1 st year if on 2 year cycle) Cycle Step 4: Formative Assessment/ Evaluation No later than ten (10) days before the end of school Cycle Step 5: End-of-Cycle Summative Evaluation

10 Educator Plan Unannounced Observation (Minimum 10 minutes) Announced Observations (Pre, post, minimum 30 minutes) Announced Observations (Pre, post, full class period) Two-Year Self-Directed Plan 6 ( over two years ) * N/A One-Year Self-Directed Plan3 * N/A Directed Growth Plan (1 Year)31N/A Improvement Plan less than 6 months2 * 1 Improvement Plan (no more than 1 year) 4 * 1 Developing Educator Plan (Year 1 Non- PTS Educators) 4N/A1 Developing Educator Plan (Year 2 Non- PTS Educators) 31N/A Developing Educator Plan (Year 3 Non- PTS Educators) 4 * N/A

11 Plymouth Public Schools Strategic Plan MISSION STATEMENT In partnership with parents and the community, the Plymouth Public Schools is committed to providing a comprehensive educational experience that is high quality, challenging, and enables each student to develop and maximize individual potential. Our schools will foster a positive and collaborative environment that encourages and affirms academic achievement and personal excellence and inspires all students to make a positive contribution to society. GOALS VISION STATEMENT The Plymouth Public Schools will be recognized nationally as an outstanding school district. Our goal is to graduate confident, critical thinkers, productive and creative lifelong learners, and socially responsible, engaged citizens capable of adapting to change in a technologically advanced and multicultural society. CORE BELIEFS We believe that every student should become a (an): Effective Communicator Independent Thinker Problem Solver Responsible Citizen Self-Directed, Life-Long Learner Valuable Collaborator Goal 1: Enhance student social and emotional growth, health and welfare, and demonstration of civic responsibility Goal 2: Increase family and community engagement Goal 3: Enhance academic achievement of all students at all levels Goal 4: Provide strong district and school leadership

12 Agenda for 6/28/13 PD Day 7:45 – 8:15Check in and refreshments 8:15 – 9:00Refresher on New Evaluation Tool and Overview of Day 9:00 – 10:00SMART Goals 10:15 – 10:30Intro to the Rubric 10:30 – 11:15Elementary-Longleaf/Secondary- Lunch 11:15 – 12:00Elementary-Lunch/Secondary- Longleaf 12:15 – 1:15Work on Rubric 1:30Wrap up back in Auditorium

13 Part 1: Analysis of Student Learning, Growth, and Achievement Briefly summarize areas of strength and high-priority concerns for students under your responsibility for the upcoming school year. Cite evidence such as results from available assessments. This form should be individually submitted by educator, but Part 1 can also be used by individuals and/or teams who jointly review and analyze student data. Part 2: Assessment of Practice Against Performance Standards Citing your district’s performance rubric, briefly summarize areas of strength and high-priority areas for growth. Areas may target specific Standards, Indicators, or elements, or span multiple Indicators or elements within or across Standards. The form should be individually submitted by educator, but Part 2 can also be used by teams in preparation for proposing team goals.

14 Student Learning S.M.A.R.T. Goal Check whether goal is individual or team; write team name if applicable. Professional Practice S.M.A.R.T. Goal Check whether goal is individual or team; write team name if applicable. Individual Team: ________________ Individual Team: _______________

15 SchoolRoom/Area Mt PleasantRoom 138 A FFESRoom 135 CSESRoom 130 A HESTeachers Dining - Café IBESBand Room MESRoom 134 NMESChorus Room SESGym WESRoom 133 PCISLecture Hall (2nd floor) PSMSLibrary PNHSCafé PSHSPerforming Arts Center Morning Room Assignments (with Principal - by school)

16 Agenda for 6/28/13 PD Day 7:45 – 8:15Check in and refreshments 8:15 – 9:00Refresher on New Evaluation Tool and Overview of Day 9:00 – 10:00SMART Goals 10:15 – 10:30 Intro to the Rubric 10:30 – 11:15Elementary-Longleaf/Secondary- Lunch 11:15 – 12:00Elementary-Lunch/Secondary- Longleaf 12:15 – 1:15Work on Rubric 1:30Wrap up back in Auditorium

17 I. Curriculum, Planning, & Assessment II. Teaching All Students III. Family & Community Engagement IV. Professional Culture A.Curriculum and Planning 1.Subject Matter Knowledge 2.Child and Adolescent Development 3.Rigorous Standards-Based Unit Design 4.Well-Structured Lessons B. Assessment 1.Variety of Assessment Methods 2.Adjustments to Practice C. Analysis 1.Analysis and Conclusions 2.Sharing Conclusions with Colleagues 3.Sharing Conclusions with Students A.Instruction 1.Quality and Effort of Work 2.Student Engagement 3.Meeting Diverse Needs B. Learning Environment 1.Safe Learning Environment 2.Collaborative Learning Environment 3.Student Motivation C. Cultural Proficiency 1.Respects Differences 2.Maintains Respectful Environment D. Expectations 1.Clear Expectations 2.High Expectations 3.Access to Knowledge A. Engagement 1.Parent/Family Engagement B. Collaboration 1.Learning Expectations 2.Curriculum Support C. Communication 1.Two-Way Communication 2.Culturally Proficient Communication A.Reflection 1.Reflective Practice 2.Goal Setting B. Professional Growth 1.Professional Learning and Growth C. Collaboration 1.Professional Collaboration D. Decision-making 1.Decision-Making E. Shared Responsibility 1.Shared Responsibility F. Professional Responsibilities 1.Judgment 2.Reliability and Responsibility

18 Standard I: Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment. The teacher promotes the learning and growth of all students by providing high-quality and coherent instruction, designing and administering authentic and meaningful student assessments, analyzing student performance and growth data, using this data to improve instruction, providing students with constructive feedback on an ongoing basis, and continuously refining learning objectives. Indicator I-A. Curriculum and Planning: Knows the subject matter well, has a good grasp of child development and how students learn, and designs effective and rigorous standards-based units of instruction consisting of well- structured lessons with measurable outcomes. I-A. Elements ProficientExemplars I-A-1. Subject Matter Knowledge Demonstrates sound knowledge and understanding of the subject matter and the pedagogy it requires by consistently engaging students in learning experiences that enable them to acquire complex knowledge and skills in the subject.

19 Agenda for 6/28/13 PD Day 7:45 – 8:15Check in and refreshments 8:15 – 9:00Refresher on New Evaluation Tool and Overview of Day 9:00 – 10:00SMART Goals 10:15 – 10:30Intro to the Rubric 10:30 – 11:15 Elementary-Longleaf/ Secondary-Lunch 11:15 – 12:00 Elementary-Lunch/ Secondary-Longleaf 12:15 – 1:15Work on Rubric 1:30Wrap up back in Auditorium

20 Agenda for 6/28/13 PD Day 7:45 – 8:15Check in and refreshments 8:15 – 9:00Refresher on New Evaluation Tool and Overview of Day 9:00 – 10:00SMART Goals 10:15 – 10:30Intro to the Rubric 10:30 – 11:15Elementary-Longleaf/Secondary- Lunch 11:15 – 12:00Elementary-Lunch/Secondary- Longleaf 12:15 – 1:15Work on Rubric 1:30Wrap up back in Auditorium


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