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1 Educator Effectiveness from A to Z in a Small District CASE Presentation July 2014

2 Introduction Who we are… Why we’re here… Our assumptions…

3 Background Roll Out – Rubric Pilot Spring 2012-13 – Hold Harmless Full Implementation 2013-14 Principals Teachers Special Service Providers

4 2013-14 Metrics 192 Certified Staff – 100% Implementation Staff Survey Results – Rubric expectations clear (88%) and fair (82%) – SGO process clear (67%) and fair (83%) – Survey results beneficial (66%) – Feedback from evaluator useful (90%) and fair (94%) – Online system easy to use (95%) – Overall effectiveness rating clear (91%) and fair (81%)

5 Background Support Structures – District Evaluation Committee – Administrative Leadership Team – District Lead

6 District Evaluation Committee Primary Roles – Messaging – Communication – Decision Making – Feedback Loop – Peer Support Structure – Monthly Meetings – Reports to Buildings – In-Building Assistance – Collaboration Day Planning, Training, & Support

7 Administrative Leadership Team Primary Roles – Direction – Timelines – Norming – Filtering Structure – Monthly Meetings – School Visitations – Adopt-a-School

8 District Lead Primary Roles – Strategic Leadership – Research & Preparation – Facilitation – Follow-Up Structure – Ongoing – Stipend/Partial FTE – Office Hours Support

9 50% Growth 50% Professional Practice Evaluation Rubric, Observations, Surveys & Artifacts State & District assessments; Other assessments measuring student achievement and growth Educator Effectiveness Components

10 Evaluation Rubric Insights Keep State Element/Practice Wording Provide Clarifications with District Interpretations Use Student/Teacher Survey to Support Ratings Encourage Sharing of Self-Reflection Share Initial Admin Ratings by January (1 st year) Staff Write a Professional Goal

11 WPSD Growth Components 20% School/District Performance Framework (Collectively Attributed) 80% Measures of Student Learning (Individually Attributed)

12 20% School Performance Framework (SPF) Scoring Matrix Rating% of Framework Points Earned 4At or above 80% 3At or above 64% - below 80% 2At or above 52% - below 64% 1Below 52%

13 80% Measures of Student Learning Looking for Evidence of Effectiveness Multiple opportunities with 3 “Looks” System modeled off Poudre School District

14 Growth Modeling Measures TCAP, MAP, & DIBELS 2 Years of Data Required Cutpoint Considerations (Handout) WPSD 1 st Look Scoring Plan (Brochure) 1 st Look: Proficient or Advanced Rating = Teacher’s Growth Score Below ProficientNot Applicable

15 District Learning Measures District Approved Assessments 2 Years of Data Roll-Out in 2014-15 2 nd Look: Proficient or Advanced Rating = Teacher’s Growth Score Below ProficientNot Applicable

16 Student Growth Objectives Purposely designed growth objectives (SGOs) formed through a collaborative process between the evaluatee and evaluator Adapted from Achieve New Jersey 3 rd Look: Final rating determined at the end of the evaluation year based on data from the SGO

17 What is a SGO? A Student Growth Objective is a long-term academic goal that staff set for groups of students and must be: – Specific and measureable – Aligned to standards – Based on available prior student learning data – A measure of what a student has learned between two points in time

18 Steps in the SGO Process Step 1: Choose or develop a quality assessments aligned to standards Step 2: Determine students’ starting points Step 3: Set ambitious and achievable SGOs including full attainment standards Step 4: Track progress & refine instruction Step 5: Review results and score in consultation with your evaluator

19 SGO Insights Training! Support! Samples! Time! – Evaluators – Staff Professional Development – Assessment – Learning Objectives – Data Collection & Analysis Trust

20 Dashboard Online Tool Developed over the school year with Paul Fleming of ExModula Overview of the site

21 WPSD System Logistics Evaluation Cycles & Timelines (Handout) Implementation Stepped Out Piece by Piece

22 Implementation Timeline Professional DevelopmentImplementation Focus AugustMessaging & Evaluation Process SeptemberProfessional Practice Rubric; Dashboard System Professional Practice Self-Assessment; Goal Setting Meeting OctoberSGO Process & Forms Nov-DecSGO Support SessionsSGOs JanuaryGrowth Scores1 st Look Scores; Mid-Year Meeting FebruaryQuality AssessmentsProfessional Practice Initial Rating April-MayAssessment EvaluationSGO Evaluation May-JuneEnd-of-Year Meeting with Final Ratings

23 WPSD Next Steps District Approved Assessment Process (2 nd Look) Support Structures for Partially/Ineffective Staff Appeals Process Evaluator Professional Development Retiring Teacher Process

24 Questions

25 Contact Information Tina Cassens – WPSD Director of Educator Effectiveness Paul Fleming – ExModula Achieve New Jersey -

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